Wednesday, September 06, 2006

And ye shall bow down to me

Lords and Ladies,
I don't know if you are aware, but I have been elevated to a new title. Sir Ryan, of the far off land of Greene Baye (that's my attempt at making Green Bay look classy), has dubbed me B Queen. I always knew I was destined for greatness, I just had no idea it would come so soon. I'm not quite sure what population comprises my minions, but I suppose that can be worked out later. I'd like to take this opportunity to say thanks to those who got me to this point in my life.
So yeah...thanks.
Oh what?
You thought I'd sit here like a chump and actually list all of you off?
Are you crazy?
My blog posts are long enough already. And then there's that off chance where I actually forget to name one of you, and you're all, "Damn that girl, I'm the funniest friend she has, she wouldn't be where she is without me!"
No. I won't subject myself to this. Just accept my gratitude and know that if you're reading this blog, you're on that list.
Back to being Queen!
Hmm...my first order of business as Queen (I keep capitalizing it because it makes me feel even more special) is to banish all country music from Aimee's wedding! Hurrah! I knew I'd find a way. If anyone is under my rule, it has to be Aimee and Tom. Long live the Queen!
Now all I have to do is figure out how to make my new title as credible as a college degree, and I'll be as happy as a pizza forgotten about in the back of a refrigerator, which finally gets to live a full happy life until dying at a moldy age.
And for those anxiously awaiting my next blog post (Becky Stefan) get excited for "The Napoleonization of Men."

4 comments:

Tom said...

Hmmm, banning country music from our wedding. I think we are going to go all Country all the time. No, Hella Good or Hollaback Girl for you. All we will be playing is Save a Horse, Ride a Cowboy and Boot Scootin Boogie.

I think my idea of Save a Horse, Ride a Cowboy is about ready to get nixed. I can not begin to understand why that would be. Aren't we supposed to have fun at our wedding? Oh, well, I guess I will have to go with the flow.

Ryne said...

To Thomas.... If it is true that you plan on playing only country music at your reception, I will no longer be a part of your wedding... I will be hearing plenty of 'gangsta's paradise,''Party People,' and other such songs to 'boogie on down' to... Choose wisely my friend- Bridget and I do bite

evilkeight said...

Ryne, you hardly dance anyhow.

Bridget said...

Touché.