Thursday, December 09, 2010

So much to saaaay!

So I've realized that 146 characters or less on facebook is just not enough for my large mouth brain and all the things it contains. Like thoughts on world peace and important legislative affairs.

And by "world peace" I mean interior design and all things pretty.
And by "legislative affairs" I mean things that really drive me crazy. Like the way people in Charleston say oyster as if it rhymed with moisture. ohmyworditdoesnot.

So obviously just by these brief examples, you can clearly see it will be full of the kind of important information you will deem necessary to living.

I will leave you with this fun fact of the day:
on October 1973, Swedish sweet maker Roland Ohisson of Falkenberg was buried in a coffin made of nothing but chocolate.
(you changing facts here, people. Stick around.)


  1. FINALLY....something worth reading. And JFTR, how on earth do YOU say oyster?

  2. Cute! ;-) And, I'm interested in your answer to Kimmie's do YOU say oyster?

  3. just like it's spelled...oy...ster.
    it rhymes with cloister.
    Otherwise it would be spelled oisture. ooobbbviously. But I really prefer not to mention them at all since they look like a fungal infection in a shell.

  4. Lol. I love it! I will be a faithful reader of all things Bri. By the way, I don't like oysters and keep getting told that I'm weird for that but sorry world, I agree with Bri they look gross and smell gross and the one that I ate just felt nasty going down. Never again!

  5. Hahahaha! I did a test on people with this pronunciation...I actually pronounce it like a northerner. However, I've got some family members and friends who say it with the 'ch' sound at the end. HILARIOUS! I had no idea...

    My mother says sugar like 'shu-gah' and pillow like "pillar" I can not be held responsible for any 'mispronunciations' in my vocab. My redeeming quality: my father is from up north! LOL...


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