Sunday, May 20, 2007

Stuff, no clocks

I havent updated in a couple of days cuz I havent had the time. On Thursday, (or maybe Wednesday, I really dont remember which. The day it poured. Sometime last week.) I had a great soccer game against a whole team of little kids. They were kicking a ball around in the street when I happened to be passing by, and I had to join. After a long tiring game, full of time outs("rechev!" - which means flatten yourself against the wall as the car whizzes by your nose, unless you don't wanna, which in that case you can just let the car run you over. They arent so picky in this part of the world) the game was called off on the account of flood watches(some drizzle. but it looked like menacing drizzle) and thunder in the distance. I lost but I managed to score 5 goals. (Since I was playing alone I had to be my own goalie, defense and offense) Then it started really raining. I put on a bathing suit and went dancing in the rain. (naked rain dancing is never recommended in certain parts of the world where they very often have heavy stones, short tempers,and a low tolerance for that sorta thing.) Lots of people followed suit and some friends got hold (No I have no clue how and dont wanna know from where) of a boat and rowed down one of the big flooded streets in the area.
Sometime that day(or maybe the next day. It might've been thursday, but I refuse to keep track of days anymore, its enough that I remember what year we're in, and my date of birth) I decided to get into free running. (also known as parkour. Its an extreme sport that involves running, jumping, climbing and other moves people gave all sorts of cool names to like 'kong' or 'tic-tac' . If you never heard of it do search for it on youtube, and watch some parkour vids.Ok? now stop looking at me like that. Its popular all over the world, so I'm not coming up with anything new here.)My neighborhood's buildings are perfect to climb on.
Shabbos(I know it was shabbos because of the whole 'no driving, or putting on lights' thing. And because of shabbos food. I'm smart like that.) I was in Modiin.(not moshav, the city modiin) Nice place, and I had an awesome time. I went to a family that I met in meron who's tent was right next to ours.
Sunday (definitely sunday, cuz its today, and since tommorow is monday, I used a little of my brilliant deductive reasoning that helped me so many times in the past, to deduce that today is sunday)I burnt down a lawn. After, I went to dor yesharim. Thats an organization that takes your blood and tests it (my blood failed in the algebra section.) Its very cool to watch your blood pour out into little tubes. (not as a past time, but if you're doing it anyway,check it out)
Interestingly, since my last two posts were about dying, my google ad on the side which 'reads' my blog (its crazy. these machines do everything. Pretty soon they're gonna be able to type your blog for you too) has been advertising for life insurance and name-a-star-after-a-dead-loved-one companies. I wonder what theyll advertise for this time.

18 comments:

Shaina said...

Why no clocks? Don't you get it? That's the whole problem! As soon as you get rid of the clocks, you lose track of time, and you don't know which day it is. Duh.

Good luck with the parkour. I'm sure I don't need to waste precious blog commenting space telling you to take vids.

doodlehead said...

is losing track of time a bad thing?

the problem is that were gonna have 2 find s/o who can actually follow us 2 take vids.
last nite some ppl on a balcony snapped a buncha pics of us, but when we came up to ask them 4 pics they said they would email them but so far they never did.

Shaina said...

It's not a bad thing at all - but then it leads to lots of confusion while trying to recall whether a momentous event occurred on a Monday, Saturday, or some day in between.

If I was there, I'd def. take vids. Not that I own a vid cam. Oops.

doodlehead said...

i think confusion is a good thing.

thats another prob. we would need a vid camera. (wat we could do is do s/t really crazy at a public event and get ourselves on the news, so professional tv crews will be taking the vids.)

Reb Y. said...

the musser in this post is obvious but thats between me and you

doodlehead said...

yup :) but as we discussed i think I'm right and u think ur right, and 1 day ur gona agree w/ me ;)

trixies86 said...

no fainting? when I got dor yeshorim I thought it was one of those blood tests where you can't eat before, so my face kinda turned yellow and I had to lie down and take off of class. some girls fainted. its fun in a girls school, but I guess guys don't faint much.

when I gave blood I liked watching it run thru the tube, but I gotta be in that mood. last time I wouldn't even let the lady take my blood.

socialworker/frustrated mom said...

I feel faint when I have to have a blood test, I can't look at the tubes then I would definitely faint.

doodlehead said...

trix- actually the talk of the town was about 1 guy in my school who actually fainted. like who wouldve thought. poor guy, hes never gonna live it down.
swfm- is it the blood or the fact that its ur blood?

Anonymous said...

home come this blog always gets back to gory stuff

doodlehead said...

gory? did i miss s/t?

Anonymous said...

blood- fainting...

doodlehead said...

r u 1 of those bloodless types who live on ketchup pumped into ur veins with squirt bottles? y is blood gory?

socialworker/frustrated mom said...

it's the blood and my blood which makes me feel weak after it's taken out.

doodlehead said...

if you were asleep and s/o took ur blood w/o u knowing, do u think u would feel faint?

socialworker/frustrated mom said...

nope

doodlehead said...

so u only feel faint cuz u wanna feel faint. or cuz u think ur supposed 2 feel faint.

socialworker/frustrated mom said...

bc my body just feels that way it has a mind of its own.