Sunday, January 23, 2011

Things that prove you have no life...

Oh hey guys.

I haven't posted on this blog since last year!
See, it's funny, because, I haven't posted since August of last year. Heh. What a classic joke. I get it from every single teacher on January 2nd when we come back to school.

Anyway, I've been super busy with this school year. 1st term was marching band, and then during 2nd I was moving to Orem...And then at the end of 2nd term I got a bunch of stuff dumped on me by teachers...But now that the semester is over, I know for a fact that I have no life.

Besides working on my solo and ensemble music, I have nothing going on at all. In the past two weeks, my days go a somethin like this.

-Wake up at 7am
-In the PT cruiser by 7:15
-7:30 to 2:15 school
-2:14 to 4 practice
-4:10 to 6 Halo Reach
-6 to 7 eat as quickly as possible and do homework as quick as possible
-7 to bed more halo reach.

Okay, but in my own defense, I have had a crippling cold that has left me unable to do anything else besides school, eating, and sitting in front of the T.V. pummeling blue and red foes.

I wish my guy looked like this guy.

Which brings us to all of your answers.

Sam Acosta is one of my XBOX live friends, and she knows how much I've been playing. She said
-Your gamer score.
I'm assuming that was aimed toward me, because I would deserve that. For the past 2 weeks the most important thing to me was to level up on Halo Reach. Oh, let me correct my comment. I've gone from Captain to Commander in about 2 weeks. Triple nerd score goes to Kent.
Oh, and by the way Sam, It does take forever to get through warrant officer.


Kim Call is on drumline like me. Also like me, she supposedly still has nothing to do and it's middle of offseason for marching band. Luckily though, Once Solo and ensemble kicks in, I'll regain life.

Andrew, don't tell me you have pulled an all-nighter to play pokemon. That would be almost as bad as going on youtube to find quick ways to level up in halo reach. Stop before it's too late...Before you become like me. Or even worse...

Before you become like Chantel. Her biggest concern on a Saturday night is what time she should take her cold pills so you don't fall asleep too late.

Heh. Jokes on you Chantel.

...Wait, That's something I do too.
Managoose Knanaguckles! You got me again.

To make it worse, Finn said Getting good grades.

3.827 GPA last term, I was way proud until now.

Yep. I see this was a good chance for everyone to make fun of my nerdy noliferness. look up noliferness. It's there I'm sure.

Thank you Celia for protecting me a little. The average age of the house I live in is 56.8 or 59.8 (could be either but I'm not doing the math right now) and I am 16.
What else am I supposed to do in this place? My choices are Halo:Reach, do a jigsaw puzzle with my mom, watch Dad play zuma and do crosswords, or rub my grandma's back with vaporub.

Oh wait, I do the last one every night.

Benson, don't make fun of my favorite Grocery shopping passtime. Skinless, boneless, wrapped in plastic. Poking it with finger. Rubbing? Maybe.
...Better than a fish fetish which my brother-in-law might have.

Okay, Christian Garrett is another one of my xbox friends. He pointed out in class that I'm online whenever he gets on, and Mckann defended me a little bit. Whenever I'm online, so Is Christian. I'm not the only one with no life here.
...That's not true at all, I still play way more than Christian.

Amy said - You rented Megashark vs Crocosaurus from RedBox.

That sounded like you were pointing that to me, Amy. How do you know if I rented that or not?

...No really, how did you know I rented Megashark vs Crocosaurus?
The title is really misleading, actually. It was a BAFF movie.

Jon-Michael, come to percussion some day eh?
Don't make fun of Justin for marking time in public, because don't we all? Justin just does UVU/BD marking time so it's more obvious.

Niels, drop that subject. I officially got over my toddler fear as of last year.
(See It's funny because I got over it only a month ago but It sounds longer because I said last year.)

But really, do want to know why I'm scared of toddlers?
When I was 7, I was asked to watch a 2 year old for like 30 seconds, and that toddler fell down the stairs. It was traumatizing.
Kim Holman, If you ever read this, I'm sorry. I let your child fall down our stairs, and if any of them complain of a headache then it's my fault.

So anyway, thanks everyone for commenting. Yeah, I have no life, I know. Thanks for telling me again.
But then again I have no reason to complain because I have a pulse right? Thanks Sister Chapman, your comment was the only one that made me feel good.

Friday, August 6, 2010

Things you wouldn't do for a million dollars.

...I'm just going to skip all of the Hogwarts house chat that was commented on my wall.

Then it transfigured into talking about this youtube video.

Moving right ahead.

Tyler Hill wouldn't sin for a million dollars. Heh.
I'd be willing to punch Tyler in the face to get a bugatti veyron.
I would let Tyler drive it on Saturdays.

Yahya wouldn't un-Schmutz himself for 1 million dollars.

Niels...No such thing as dwarves, nothing to worry about.

Bayley. I wouldn't mind working in a parking lot for a million dollars. At all.

Well, that was easy. New one on the way? Yes.

Tuesday, August 3, 2010

Things that you wish parents wouldn't do to their kids.

I am really tired.

This week is drum camp. I go at 8 in the morning and get done around 3:30. It's really fun, but it's a long time to drum...I have this nasty blister on my ring finger from playing traditional for 7 hours.

I think I'm going to take a nap. I'm just going to put down the most original. Sorry guys.

Chantel - Make dirty jokes in front of their boyfriend/girlfriend. Unfortunately, I say this out of personal experience.

My dad likes to surf channels when Celia's dates are here. It always works out that there is a vulgar/gross thing that happens when he flips to a channel he doesn't know.

Mckann, any time parents get intimate EVER, I wish they wouldn't do it. Ever.

Celia - Put them on leashes.
Well Celia, If you had kids, maybe you'd understand.

But that child does look pretty sad.
Don't you especially love the monkey harness? It's like an excuse to leash your child...I don't know why the picture is turned too...
"Oh, it's not a leash, it's the monkey's tail."
Got that from Celia.

Yahya, I love that you still remember when my Dad said that.

Biblical references + hip lingo = things that you wish parents woiuldn't make their children sit through.

Peanut butter + Oriental Ramen = Not pad thai.

I think I'm going to take a nap now.
I'll change the question.

Saturday, July 31, 2010

Things that scare you...

Lyn, why are you scared of me? There is nothing to be scared about.

Well, I'll tell you what I'm scared of now.
Aliens that grow in you and then rip through your stomach and then kill other people that get close to it.

I watched a rather frightening X-files with Finn, and there's a scary alien thing that does exactly that. Now I'm scared to go in well heated places, because that's where the alien likes to be...

And I haven't slept alone all week.

Chantel and Margaret think their addiction to X-files is scary, specifically their love for Fox Mulder.

Stacey...Why on earth are you scared of white sheets? All I can think of are stains. Are you scared to drink juice on a mattress covered with white sheets?
...Oh, or is it the Halloween ghost costume that scares you?

Niels is scared of Yahya...I am too. Have you ever tried playing vampire teeth with him? He's INVISIBLE.

Vampire teeth is a family game. It's hide n' seek with the lights off, and the person that's it wears glow-in-the-dark vampire teeth...

Under the green blanket is Julie Ann Jay. I love her and miss her so much. I'll remember those moments forever.

Oh. Also, Niels is scared of toddlers. Not me. I was never scared of toddlers AT ALL...
Well, that's a lie. I was terrified of toddlers from the time I was 7 to about 15...

Janell, that's 10% of the population of the WORLD that bought that song. If all of those people banded together, it would be a riot.
Or you could count the 15% of the world population that's downloaded Coldplay's Viva la vida. NOW THAT'S A RIOT. (Check out Niels' blog.)

Bayley's scared of shih tzus.
You think they're scary? Check this out!!!

Meet Sam, the ugliest dog.

Natalie is terrified of back hugs. Me and Niels have this game where one of us distracts her while the other one gets her right around the waist. Without fail, she will fall to the ground, attempting to break the hug. It's best in public, because then everyone looks at her like she's handy. (just had to use your word.)

Nicole, no one likes clowns anymore. Everyone hates clowns...But another one of my fears is wood shop. Last year, I saved about 5 kids from cutting off their fingers. Anxiety attack. The word saw just scares me.

Amy is scared of cranes. It took me a while to figure out what you were talking about...But now I understand. Your kind of scared of BOTH types of cranes. It's a double whammy.

Yes Mckann, that thought scares me too...I have never touched or seen seaweed in person, so I cannot say that I fear it.

Yahya...Only one answer please. I agree though, some people take tickle fights WAY too far...Rev dog?

Celia is scared of tickle fights at the deep end of the pool. Well, funny story. I'll tell it next time.

Everyone! Yahya hates full body hugs...Don't give him a full body hug next time you see him. ;)

Thanks everyone for your comments! If people keep coming, I'm going to have to start choosing favorites now that band camp/drum camp is going to start.

This one time at band camp...wewereallreallytiredbecausewedbeenpracticingforlike4hoursstraightandwendywasatthetimpaniandilookedoverandshehadfallenasleep.iLOLd.

Anyway. Want to see one of my favorite Youtube vids?

What was she thinking?

That's it for this post.

Friday, July 30, 2010

Woops, I forgot.

Things that really need a referee...

Celia said childbirth.
I don't know much about childbirth, but all of the fouls would sound like
Personal foul...Illegal contact.

Sorry Celia, I don't know how I forgot.

Love, Kent

Thursday, July 29, 2010

Things that really need a referee...

Malcolm, I think you read the question wrong. It's things that need a referee, not things that have a referee.

Soccer games do have refs. See for yourself.

Moving on.

Lyn Chapman said "Cat and mouse fights." Amen. If cat and mouse fights were reffed, Tom and Jerry would have lasted about 10 minutes.

Derek thinks ultimate frisbee should have a ref. I think so too, especially singles ward games. Those get a little steamy.

Will, just don't give them the ice-cream, see how they like that.

Jon-Michael answered three times. Buffets, relationships, and tonsil hockey.
Buffets, yes. What would be better for buffets would be a traffic cop. He could hand out tickets to kids that ran around, teenagers that ate too fast, and grandparents that just HOLD UP THE SALAD BAR.

Relationships, duh. Tonsil hockey, had to ask Celia what that was...

Clark Schmutz (my awesome brother) said Costco. It gets absolutely nuts at Costco. Especially at the sample lines.
One time, I was 3rd in line for a sample of that spinach ravioli. The worker put down 7 or 8 of them, and the lady in the front of the line took all of them but one. She had like 5 kids and her husband, and they all got one. Me and the other lady (who were standing kind of side to side thinking both of us would get one) looked at each other, and then we both walked off.
I think parents take their kids to Costco for the samples. I mean, it's free lunch.

Niels, we should write a letter to Wal-mart, telling them that we demand referees next Black Friday...I didn't hear about the man that got knifed over an XBOX 360, but I heard about the Wal-mart worker that got trampled to death.

I found the article, and I took some of it.

Wal-Mart worker trampled to death by frenzied Black Friday shoppers
In a sign of consumer desperation amid a bleak economy, the annual rite of retailing known as Black Friday turned chaotic and deadly.


The New York Times

In a sign of consumer desperation amid a bleak economy, the annual rite of retailing known as Black Friday turned chaotic and deadly, as shoppers scrambled for holiday bargains.

A Wal-Mart worker on Long Island, N.Y., died after being trampled by customers who broke through the doors early Friday, and other workers were trampled as they tried to rescue the man. At least four other people, including a woman who was eight months pregnant, were taken to hospitals.

Fights and injuries occurred elsewhere at other stores operated by Wal-Mart, the nation's leading discount chain, which is one of the few retailers thriving in the current economy.

Meanwhile, two men at a crowded Toys "R" Us in Palm Desert, Calif., pulled guns and shot each other to death after women with them brawled, witnesses said. The company released a statement late Friday saying the deaths were related to a personal dispute and not Black Friday shopping.

Yeah, that was 2008. Ridiculous.
Moving on.

Yayah, I totally agree. Our family reunions definately need referees.

Thanks for the answers, guys. Niels, Black Friday is going to be reffed this year.

Tuesday, July 27, 2010

Things you wanted to be when you were growing up.

I loved everyone's comments! This was a good one.

Mckann wanted to be a nun. Who wouldn't? Anyone that has seen the Sound of Music wants to be a nun.

Finn wanted and still wants to be a knight. I remember when the Christensens would cut head holes out of pizza boxes and use it as armor. Way creative. Then they got these cool wooden swords from Chiner. Finn was DESTINED to be a knite. BTW Finn, let's watch X-files soon.

Jon-Michael wanted to be and is a kid. Always will be.

Yahya! My favorite brother-in-law! And not ONLY because your my only brother-in-law. Yahya is married to my oldest sister Annie, and they live in New York.

Yahya's first answer was Thor, which makes sense. He's a very comic book type guy.
His SECOND answer was Utah Yuyah. Oh yes.

Yahya has a very unique name, and pretty much no one could get it right when he first came out to Youtah. I mean Utah. But anyway, about the 2nd day he was out with us, Momster asks him, "So how are you liking Utah, Youyah?"
Good thing Yahya is a good sport because that was ridiculous. We will never let Mom forget that one. Oh, and then one time Grandma thought she heard about her grandson-in-law on t.v. but they were just talking about Yo-Yo Ma.

Sister Chapman, if you really WERE invisible, would you abuse that power? Just wondering.

Celia SAID she wanted to be a garbage truck. Well, she couldn't want that because that's what I always wanted to do. I used to watch the Garbage truck empty our can every Thursday. I loved it. Still love it. Maybe I still DO want to be a Garbage truck. Not a driver, the truck.

Niels always wanted to be a woman. I already knew that, all he ever wants for his birthday present is a sensible pair of heels. (Niels is my best friend along with Jae.)

All of your answers gave me great delight.

But sorry guys, there's an OBVIOUS winner.

Chantel, one of my favorite cousins, wants to be in a coma.

I wasn't expecting this AT ALL, because I was thinking about careers and occupations. Nope. Chantel thought better.

She got her inspiration from Buster Bluth, who loves soup.

"Mmmm. I love soup. I wish I could just lie in bed and eat it all day. You know what, I wouldn't even have to taste it, I could just take it through a tube. That's actually be better because then I wouldn't even burn my toungue. . .never let me die!"

Buster and I BOTH are experienced in tribal ritual drumming.

Thanks everyone for your awesome comments! I'll have another question for you soon.
Now, enjoy one of my favorite Buster moments.