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Oh, how I adore this!:

1. A comma splice walks into a bar, it has a drink and then leaves.
2. A question mark walks into a bar?
3. Two "quotation marks" walk into a bar.
4. The bar was walked into by a passive verb.
5. Three intransitive verbs walk into a bar. They sit. They drink. They leave.
6. A spell checker want into a bar and preceeded to get waisted.
7. A worn out simile went into a bar, had a shot and a Red Bull chaser, and then ran like a bat out of hell.
8. A subordinating conjunction walked into a bar because it was thirsty.
9. A colon walks into a bar for one reason: to drink.
10. A split infinitive decides to boldly walk into a bar.
11. An adverb walks into a bar thirstily.
12. A run on sentence walks into a bar and sits and drinks and leaves and comes back again and has too much to drink and stumbles out of the bar it returns again unable to stop its on going drinking habit which it learned to do the first time it went into the bar to sit down and drink and leave if only for a moment.
13. Being well fried, the Dangling Modifiers enjoyed the pork chops.
14. An ellipsis walks into a bar…
15. A palindrome walks up to a girl in a bar and says, "Madam, I'm Adam."
16. An Oxford comma walks into a bar, drinks, and leaves.
17. A conjunction joined two phrases at a bar, and then he left.

It's been a pretty low-key weekend for me (for the most part), given what time of the month it is. On Thursday, Alex and Dave came over and we drank and listened to a radio show about auto-erotic asphyxiation. Haha! It was fun. Then we watched Voyager.
On Friday, Tali came over and we resumed our Lost nights (or sometimes Lost DAYS, like in this case!). Later in the evening after Tali left, Alex came over again, and he and Mike did arts & crafts while I played Nintendo, lol
Saturday...yesterday...not much! I watched a lot of SNL though. I found online an old, GREAT episode from 1994, and was eager to watch it to see if SNL really was better back then or if I was remembering it overfondly due to nostalgia. As it turns out, my memory served correctly--the show was sooo different and actually rather clever compared to the shit that SNL has become nowadays. Some of the skits were crap, as has always been the case since back to the 70s, but the ones that were good were much better than a lot of the skits from today.
Later in the evening we watched the new episode, and the quality was so much lower compared to the '94 episode. It had its moments. I really like the skit about the quirky show with Zooey Deschanel; their impressions were pretty good, I thought, ESPECIALLY Kirsten Wigg's impression of Drew Barrymore. The voice was spot-on!

Not sure what I'm doing today. Hopefully watching lots of Doctor Who will be involved in the plans, because I sooo want to know what happens next (every episode seems to end on a cliff-hanger at this point), I REALLY want to be caught up completely (we're sooo close to getting there!), and it would be awesome to be caught up completely before we leave for our trip, although I really don't think that's going to happen.

THE TRIP! It's happening so soon. We're leaving Wednesday morning. I absolutely sooo cannot wait. I am so excited I barely know what to do with myself! XD
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