Thursday, December 28, 2006

Shortest Post Ever

I want BILLY!

Discuss.

28 comments:

GuTTer MuNKi said...

Only if I get Kiera!

Candace said...

What can you put in Kiera? Haha! Perfect setup. And GO!

GuTTer MuNKi said...

Well, toys and sausage leap immediately to mind. In fact you could help. Ooh! Entertaining!

Candace said...

You want to use her as a sausage casing? I'm afraid she might not find that very flattering.

BILLY is so tall!

I think my sister is drunk.

GuTTer MuNKi said...

Not as a casing. More of a . . .

Cozy (very).

Billy *is* rather tall. In fact, any taller, and Billy would be William.

Of course your sister is drunk. She's already fallen down 9 times tonight. And that isn't even counting the "fall" into that guy's lap, because I think that was deliberate.

Candace said...

Ah ha! The whole sausage roll thing. One look in Davy Jones's locker, though, and I bet she'd head for the hills. ^_^

Tha wasn't falling. That was genius. Pure genius.

Logophile said...

Tee hee
you two are funneh!

GuTTer MuNKi said...

Ha!

Thar she . . . Hoes!

Did you mean Genus?

You are related, after all.

(Try to keep up)

Candace said...

Logo - some people just think we're weird. ^_^ You would LOVE BILLY! In fact, maybe you've already had him. Egan would have no use for BILLY that I can surmise.

MuNKi - I'm definitely adding BILLY to my collection. Where should I Phylum?

Egan said...

Get a room! Is it safe to assume Gutter MuNKi is out of town again? Billy, as in the Ikea bookcases, desks, and more? Billy Blanks? The Tai-Bo dude? I'm so confused.

Candace said...

Egan, it is never safe to assume anything. Silly. Wow! You nailed BILLY. Which is totally unfair, because he's MINE, I tell you. MINE!

As for Tae-Bo Billy, I have only one thing to say. Pussy.

"Oh BILLYBILLYBILLY!"

Egan said...

So the Ikea thing was right? I know all about the bookcases and such. If you need any assembly help, let me know.

Candace said...

What do you put in your bookcases? Blog printouts? I thought you said you didn't read books.

Are you suggesting that I would need help erecting wood? Or are you just offering to help because it's another fantastic excuse to show up at my door in your Speedo™?

OK. I accept. As long as you bring BILLY with you. Make that twin BILLYS.

Mr. Fabulous said...

Billy Barty?

I think he is dead.

Midget sex is hot, though.

Egan said...

I love books Candace. I do read silly one as I have many books on travel, geography, French, history, non-fiction, etc. Erecting wood, nice one. Is there a time your mind isn't in the gutter? Where's MuNKi?

Candace said...

Mr. Fab - That guy kinda scared me. Are you thinging a thong on your blog yet?

Egan - You love them AND read them? This is good news. When will I learn which of your utterances to believe?

A time when my mind isn't in the gutter? Surely you jest. MuNKi's right over there. (points) We're just geeks. Tell me you've never IMed your wife from the next room. I won't believe it. If you haven't, you will discover the joys of so doing when your children are old enough to understand smut and you want to talk dirty to her. ^_^

Candace said...

Also, tell me about BILLY if you truly have experience with him. Is he as good as he looks? As handy as he is handsome? Or is he a big, layabout, good-for-nothing, two-timing jerk?

Egan said...

Billy is very good. We have the bookcase and the entertainment center. If you and Gutter MuNKi make a good team, which I'm sure you do, it will be a snap to assemble.

Nope, we've never IMed. Mrs. Lessinges doesn't IM at all. She hardly ever reads websites compared to the amount of time I spend staring at the screen. We only have one computer in our home though so that might explain things.

Believe me Candace, I really do love books and read them. The statement about the books I enjoy was completely valid. Map books are always quite enjoyable for me too.

cindra said...

Candace,

Tom and I talk on the computer to each other in the same room all the time. It's fun! And as for your BILLY, you can do it, honey! Sounds great. We have a million books and a room full of cases...but they are from scan and don't have a fun name.

Egan-I want pictures of your book cases. And book reports from you on all those books you supposedly read!

somewhere joe said...

Who doesn't want Billy? Be careful what you wish for is all I can say.

Candace said...

Egan - I'm sold. I want a wall of BILLY.

Map books? Do you read them for the plot? (oooh bad pun)

Cindra - Glad we're not the only ones. ^_^ Yep, in the same room, LOL! What's scan? Dandavia? My dream home would have walls of cases. Right now we have a fair # of cases but they're still double-stacked. I guess maybe it's time to go through the books again. . .

Somewhere Joe - BILLY has universal appeal. You're right, though. The next thing I know, this could be me.

polyergos said...

Billy. Billy don't you lose my number! Cause you're not anywhere...that I can find you... oh....

Did someone say Candace's sister was around? Meow....

Bugs said...

Who is Billy and why do we all want him?
Is he on the half price sales counter ?
Does he cook?
Can he fend for himself in a room full of females,cats and possums?
Can he crochet and,if so,does he take orders?
And finally...if he's the cute guy with brilliant blue eyes,tousled brown hair,cheekbones to die for and a 6 pack bigger than my ironing board ...then he's in the lost property box under the stairs :P

Candace said...

Poly - It's a naked pillow-fighty fest of sisterly love!

Bugs - This could be Billy and he could probably do a bunch of those things, and I do want him (well, the guy pretending to be Billy there, obviously) but the BILLY I want who is actually obtainable is this guy. That's one permutation of him, anyway.

The Grunt said...

Billy is so useful. I made a Billy once in high school wood shop and got a C-.

Candace said...

A C- ? Did your teacher hate books?

I got an F in 3rd grade art. Apparently I suck at macrame and crocheting. 2 of my friends had their grandma do their crocheting. That's what they said at the time, though they deny it now. :)

Winters said...

I believe you are referring to William the Conqueror. And, as an Englidhman, I find your unconditional desire for him somewhat hard to swallow, C.

Candace said...

Well, I guess I can understand that. He was kind of hard to take after 1066 - so cocky, you know? But he makes a wonderful bookcase now - the perfect place to store my Domesday Book. ;)