Tuesday, May 4, 2010

"Do I Feel Lucky?" Well, Do You, Punk?

Howdy.  I will keep todays Talk Talk short, as my poem for today is a little longer.  All about the balance, right? 

Okay, when I was a kid, I had this little book that was just pages of funny or interesting things to say when signing something, like a yearbook...or I think people used to just collect autographs from their friends and things.  Anyway, I still remember which one was my favorite, although I'm not so sure why I liked it so much.  Just one of those kid things I guess. 

Here it is:
To my friend,
Luck to the end.

So, yeah, feel free to take that sentiment with you on this Talk Talk Tuesday :-)


Ananda girl said...

Why thank you! I can use all the luck I can get.

The one that I recall from my yearbooks was "See you in Hair someday in the nude!"

Very disturbing, but funny.

Churlita said...

Thanks. I could really use some (good) luck today.

Tara said...

I still have my yearbooks from high school, and I think my favorite ones were the ones that took up a whole page. And if a couple of guys in my class signed my yearbook I was completely amused. :)

laura b. said...

Ananda: Sounds like seeing you in the nude would be something any good high school boy would appreciate :-)

Churlita: I also like the saying - If it wasn't for bad luck, I'd have no luck at all. :-D

Tara: Oh, I know! You could tell how good a friend someone was by how much space they took up in your yearbook....those entire pages set aside for the inner circle were awesome.

secret agent woman said...

My favorite was a friend who wrote in my HS year book "You're one of a million friends!" Not one IN a million, one OF a million. I was, um, underwhelemed.

laura b. said...

Secret: As written that is rather like a royal dismissal...yes, yes, you're just one of a legion. haha!