100 Things – Part 2

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  1. Dave says:

    I’m confused. How can someone have the good taste to enjoy Office Space and How I Met Your Mother and yet find Family Guy unfunny?


  2. Peter says:

    Dave: I think that unfunny is a massive understatement here. I really hate the show. The few episodes I forced myself to sit through were rascist, homophobic and chock full of unfunny and dated references. (And they weren’t even dated in a funny, ironic kind of way – like Menudo!)

    I’ve see/read interviews with the creator and he came across as an absolute dick. (A friend of mine met him and confirmed my suspicions.)

    It offends me that it is on TV.

    And ‘American Dad’ is absolutely unwatchable.

  3. Eve says:

    “Hungry like DeWolf” hahahahahaha

    I, too, am annoyed by Ethan Hawke.

    Of course dream affect you! Ever have a sex dream about a coworker? Just saying hi to them the next day makes you blush.

  4. Amy says:

    I’m so impressed that you know who Simon LeBon is. Duran Duran was the center of my universe in grade 7 and 8(not kidding). Simon and John were my favorites. I did not have a square inch of wall space in my bedroom that was not covered with their faces. Also, my strongest and longest lasting friendships were formed as a result of our common obsessions with the band. (Again, not kidding.)

    I still LOVE Duran Duran today, but the obsession has passed.

    Now I must go listen to “Hungry like DeWolf”.

  5. Peter says:

    Eve: I also sometimes sing John Lennon’s classic as “Give Pete a Chance.”

    If I have any kind of “friendly” dream, the next day the female in question suddenly seems much sexier than usual.

    Amy: I made fun of Druan Duran when I was younger – mostly because my sister was a big fan. But, I’m an 80s music junkie so I appreciate their stuff now.

  6. Amy says:

    That’s OK, every guy I knew back then made fun of Duran Duran. I don’t think any of those guys knew their names though.

  7. James Cooper says:

    Hmm, I see the number 100 there and yet somehow I feel like it wasn’t actually 100 Things About You…

    You wouldn’t be trying to cheat us, now would you?

  8. Eve says:

    Wait — so why is gmail so much better?

    It’s true — there’s nothing like a sex dream to sexify someone. And who appears in them is not necessarily there for any apparent reason (like being sexy for example.)

  9. Peter says:

    Amy: And the Taylor guy (was there two of ’em?) was in Power Station!

    James: I’d be shocked if there were more than 40 actual facts. ;)

    Eve: I love that gmail has a built-in little chat dealie for conversing with fellow awesome gmailers. I also like that it keeps all your old messages in archives. Much handier than you would think.

    I sooo hear you on unexpected people showing up in sex dreams. People that you’ve never thought of in that way. And some people you haven’t thought about in ANY way for a long time.

  10. Amy says:

    Yes, John and Andy, and they were both in Power Station (also awesome). Did you google that? I don’t believe you knew that!

  11. Peter says:

    Amy: “Some Like It Hot” is a classic. My brain is my google.

  12. Amy says:

    I can’t believe I momentarily forgot this. I am so ashamed. There were 3 Taylors. Roger was the other one (not in Power Station though). He was the ugly one.

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  14. Wanderlusting says:

    58) I once told a woman that Simon LeBon from Duran Duran was my uncle and that they were singing “Hungry Like DeWolf.”

    ….I would have believed you.

  15. Jamie says:

    62) I think that Emily Proctor has the best accent ever.

    This is the truest (most true?) thing on your list.

  16. Airam says:

    I loved Office Space … the scene where they bring the fax (or printer?) to the field and beat the shit out of it was one of my favourite parts.

  17. 123Valerie says:

    Okay, PDW, thanks to 89,90 and 91, you totally have a shot with Megan Jane.

    I’m just saying.

  18. blue-eyed brunette (Renee) says:

    #76…MEEE TOOO! Its ridiculous and I shake my head at myself each time. And then click the “check new mail button”.

    Also, I burst out laughing at 99. Brilliantly subtle.

  19. Amanda says:

    I have gmail (listed on blog), but as web-based email goes, I don’t see that it offers superior capabilities to Yahoo (for example). The best thing about it is that you can use it for all your Google-related thingys. I guess it does have that “record of sent/entire conversations” feature. This was written two years ago, though, so perhaps we’ve moved passed the whole “Google is better than every other thing” thing.

  20. Kate says:

    Re: #56.

    Still funny.

    Actually, it might have transitioned into classic funny by now. I’m not clear on the timelines for these things.

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