Enero 29, 2004
Keep dry-humping out of the mix...

Four times I've tried to compose an entry that has both content and a link to this.
It's not working.

Posted by at Enero 29, 2004 11:24 PM

5 times lucky then, Discourse... This link is everything I've dreamed life could be, and more! And I swear I know that girl. I swear I do! Is she a friend of yours? Is that band from Vancouver-town by chance? I just cross-googled what I thought her name was with the word "dry hump" - nothing came up.

Posted by: on Enero 30, 2004 12:38 PM .

who needs a write-up? that link speaks for itself. in fact, you could have just written "this" and the link, and it would have been blog-posting genius.

that's been stuck in my head for an hour now.

, do the google searches of people's names and the word "dry hump" often turn up results for you?? i wouldn't think so, but then i've never tried it....

Posted by: marijke on Enero 30, 2004 03:14 PM .

I agree Discourse, this link is HOT! You are a truly a whiz-kid when it comes to blogging. I am lucky to have you here on I King.

Posted by: king on Enero 30, 2004 03:20 PM .

3=?3Zr? i just tried it.

my full name and "dry hump" got no result. just my first name, however, yields 14 links. I had no idea!

"the discourse" and "dry hump" yielded a list of suggested band names.

"" and "dry hump" got over 300 results, but that's because google doesn't recognize the umlaut. Still, it gave me smacktionary.com, a site only half as amusing as its name, but which defines a lap dance as "an expensive dry hump." which is pretty true, when you think about it.

Posted by: marijke on Enero 30, 2004 03:29 PM .

apparently "3=?3Zr?" is computer-speak for "me again."

no idea how that happened.

Posted by: marijke on Enero 30, 2004 03:30 PM .

"Dry Hump" plus pretty much anything yields big results for me, Marijke. I could have sworn I told you that already.

Posted by: on Enero 30, 2004 03:58 PM .

The name of the band is Hawnay Troof and the song is DryHump2000 or something. I saw them open for Stereo Total in Toronto last November and then my band played with them and The Gossip in London. That little guy is like 17 or something. They also have a song called "Who likes ta Fuk?(We like ta fuk!)" which is genius also.

Posted by: TheDiscourse on Enero 30, 2004 04:10 PM .

, That girl was/is in the band Bratmobile. Her name is Allison, I think. They were based in Olympia at one point or another.

Posted by: TheDiscourse on Enero 30, 2004 05:27 PM .

Funny - I don't know Allison. I know her identicle twin sister, Cindy.

The world is officially too small.

Posted by: on Enero 30, 2004 05:44 PM .

Whoa guy, I thought you were joking but then I checked and in fact you weren't.

Posted by: TheDiscourse on Febrero 2, 2004 01:07 AM .
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