Monday, March 26, 2007


So it seems I have a new pal. I really don't know anything about this person except:
1. They like the Suns, and
2. They think I'm somebody that I'm not.
I don't know anything about this person who they seem to think I am ,either, except:
1. They are some type of student, and
2. They have outrageous hair.

Alright, so let me back up.

Awhile ago, I got a text message from a number I didn't recognize. The message read, "WHOOO! HOW BOUT THEM SUNS!?!?"
I found this odd because I am neither a Suns fan, nor do I know anybody who is. But, for some reason, I didn't respond. No "who is this" or "I think you have the wrong number homey." Nothing.

About a week later, I got another text from the same number. This time it said, "I read them...hey how ya been?"
Once again, I just let it be. But then the next day I got another message saying, "Why are you texting during a test?"
This time I decided to respond. As I was thinking of what I would say, something along the lines of "I don't know who you are" I decided instead to respond with, "I'm expressing my love."

Well, I hadn't heard from this person for a couple weeks, until today, when I received a message that said, "Are you tired of hearin how your hair looks? Lol"
So I responded with, "Oh, I am so tired of it. I swear, one more peep and Im gonna blow up the moon."
This person then replied, "Your hair looks nice."
So I said, "Ah, thanks man. Now I'm feeling all warm and fuzzy."
To which they responded, "Haha. There goes the moon."
And I replied with, "Yup, you blew it man. No more silvery orb watching over us from the night sky."
And that was the end of the conversation. So, anyways, this is an interesting situation going on here. If that person actually happens to read this, well, "What's up new friend". And for the rest of you, I'll be sure to keep you posted on the ensuing drama.

Speaking of my cell phone, the first time I paid my bill over the phone, I thought it was pretty crazy how much security stuff you have to go through. It's understandable though. But now that Sprint's merged with Nextel, when I call the "pay your bill number", it first takes me to a Sprint/Nextel line, where it asks me to put in my phone number. Then it asks me to put in my phone number again to verify it. Then, if you have put in the same number twice and they've verified that you are in fact a customer, they send you to the Sprint, "pay your bill line", where they ask you to put in your number to verify that you're a customer. Seriously peeps...

Well, that's what I've got for now. Stay tuned for my next video.

1 comment:

Curtis Sutton said...

That's the best true story I've heard in a while. And I'm diggin' on the videos, man.