I feel like a noodle. Seriously.
In typical noodle-like fashion, I spent literally the entire weekend lying on the couch or sleeping, with occasional breaks to check email or play Starcraft. Starcraft, incidentally, is my second choice game, as my Sims CD spontaneously exploded inside the CD-ROM drive the other week. I can send it back to EA and get a replacement disc for like 8 bucks, but I haven’t gotten around to it yet as I am lazy.
Much like a noodle, I am pale and generally limp (shut up), and if you throw me at the wall to see if I’m done I will probably stick. I am weak as a kitten, and walking trips from one room to the next are expeditions of mammoth proportions, requiring canteens of water and frequent rest stops. This shit sucks, and I am going to the doctor at lunchtime to beg for help.
So, in hard-core noodle mode, I watched a lot of football this weekend, and holy CRAP, Brett Favre, way to lose a game. Loser. If you hadn’t whaled that ridiculous pass right into the hands of that waiting Philadelphia Eagle in overtime, that game would have turned out differently, now, wouldn’t it? You had done so well, and then – poof.
It’s okay, though, because since the Broncos let the Colts beat the pants off them last week, we’re rooting for the Carolina Panthers now, and so they would have been required to beat you next week anyway. But I’d rather have seen you play them than Philly.
I should hate the Colts for beating the Broncos, but really, they would have had to forcibly break their own arms and legs to avoid winning that game, and so who can blame them for not wanting to do that? Besides, New England annoys me (why have a football team for an entire region?) and Peyton Manning is sort of cute, so I’m planning for an Indy/Carolina Super Bowl. Can you dig that? I knew that you could.
One thing’s for sure – with all these crazy close playoff games, it looks like we’re going to have a good Super Bowl no matter which teams are playing.
I did literally nothing this weekend but lay around coughing and wheezing, so I have nothing to talk about today except football. Exciting stuff, there.
“Noodle” is one of those words that gets really funny after a few tries. Say it. Noodle. Noodle. Noodly noodle.