Wednesday, April 14, 2004

Livin' Large, A Retrospective

Yesterday, I started to think about the blogger, the improvements I wanted to make, and the state of the union, or at least the blogger. This got me to speculate about the most common topics and how, if I could, describe this weblog to somebody uninformed. Here's what I came up with, thanks to much help from Ken.

First off, an objective review of the blogger:

15:29:50) ken: your blogs are "interesting reading". I mean, I get tired of reading about...[typical blog content], yours is just plain fun
15:30:35) ken: I mean, you've covered everything from Doritoes to boogers in urinals to horny caribou

After which Ken said, "that should be your next topic. Top 10 topics covered in Carol's Little World." Ok, Ken, you got it. Here's my own personal top 10 list.
1. Doritoes
What can I say? I just can't get enough.

2. Horny Caribou
I don't know what came over me. Honestly.

3. Tedmundo, Ken, and other assorted riffraff
Sorry, Ken, if Ted makes the list, so too do you.

4. tie Affairs with rock stars/grilled cheese sandwiches
Food, sex and weather, the stuff everybody always talks about. I suppose, if I had to pick 2 out of 3...

5. Worshipping Eric Clapton
Ah, he's just a demi-God. But, yeah, he does seem to get my pie hole moving on occassion.

6. Boogers in Urinals
It was a strange but true bowling night. Besides, I didn't put them there, I was one of the unlucky few who happened upon them. What's your excuse?

7. Kanch-a-roni
I suppose I do aggravate Ken a little too much about Kanchan. But then, I guess that will stop after the wedding.

8. Bowling Nights
When we do have them, they do make for interesting "blogger fodder."

9. Brassieres on toilet paper holders
See #8. I suppose. Although, it was rather odd.

10. Other stuff, like art and photography
Yup. That too. And that's not all....for $19.99 you get....

With all this talk about all this stuff, maybe my site should be renamed to Carol's Very Large World or something. I guess you could say I'm "living large" these days, although I don't really feel like it.

Until next time, this is Carol, the Carol in "Carol's Little World" signing off.

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