Monday, June 25, 2007

why do they call it tossing your cookies?

i don't remember eating any cookies.

i do remember being sick as a dog (another weird saying, how sick can a dog really get?) this past friday night. now that it is monday morning i am finally feeling like myself again and sitting at the computer. it's been a long time since i've posted anything even though there have been lots of things on my mind.

i've been reading three new blogs worthwhile in their own ways:
bible bending: a site that monitors the usage of the bible in popular culture,
The Pentecostal Pariah: a mom with an autistic son, and
2 dollar productions:who replaces any need i might have for people magazine.

and that's all i can say right now. gotta go and pretend to have a life and work to do... actually no pretending needed; i do have a life and work to do.

God's peace y'all

3 comments:

2 Dollar Productions said...

I like sayings that seem to have no basis in reality like that cookies & dogs comments as I have used both before (although dog more than cookies).

But neither is good because they mean you're feeling badly, and that is no fun at all. Hope that passes (has passed).

A Bishops wife said...

Thank you for coming to visit and for the kind mention on your blog.

I am a boring,whining and sometimes pitiful blogger but who cares?

"Tossing your cookies"? Hmmm
I did some research on this for you this morning LOL. The link below, was the best I could do at this time.

http://www.slangcity.com/email_archive/9_25_03.htm

Answers.com says this about "sick as a dog"

"This simile was first recorded in 1705. Why a dog should be viewed as particularly sick remains unclear."

Nice blogs.

BostonPobble said...

I got nothing here.

"and vivian followed."

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