Thursday, November 30, 2006

fun with silly e-mails

(i.e. I should be busy working, but L. is WAY more entertaining than writing architectural case studies)
(i.i.e. the extraordinary healing power of my e-mails)

The last e-mail I received today was at 11:12 a.m. I haven't received another e-mail since then. Interesting e-mails make life worth living. They break up the monotony that is my work life.

Please, please god – let me receive an e-mail soon.
Like now.
Or…right now.
Why has god abandoned me?

Let me revisit a recent e-mail exchange with L.:

Matt: Are you feeling better today? I hope it wasn't my cold you caught! Especially because I still feel like ass two weeks later...

L: i feel better, but not great. i don't think it's your nasty cold...feels more like a mild form of the flu. either way, i don't want to be sick!!!

guess what? that boy from *** (who we met at the art show) isn't you know what! i had my friend get the scoop and she said she thinks he actually has a thing for the blondie we were talking with for awhile. bummer, huh? so now i feel like he may have been flirting with me and not you when he was showing us his, um, his art piece of course.

it's difficult with both of us being so attractive because it's hard to tell who's being hit on by who. :)

Matt: DANG. I guess the old gaydar was off on that little cutie. Funny...I was pretty sure. Still, with those young ones you can never really be sure. Seems like kids will sleep with anything these days.

I've been thinking about that *** guy who used to work here that we met at the show. He wasn't my usual type, but I loved his dry sense of humor and his accent. And the fact that he despised *** when he worked here. I couldn't get a clear reading on him, though. He kept touching me when he would walk by, and then he asked for my card so he could e-mail me.

God, I'm so desperate and pathetic and hungry for love!

And it IS a very heavy burden that we have to carry. Everyone wishes they could be hot and charming and stylish, but they don't realize how much work it actually can be on a day-to-day basis...

L: touché my hot-a$$ friend.

and i think you should just email *** instead of waiting on him to touch you...i mean get in touch with you. say something like, 'it was great meeting you and i was serious about you letting me know if you ever are in need of some marketing expertise, or anything else for that matter.'

Matt: Good idea! I only got his bro's business card, though, not his. Still, I could probably look it up online. And then maybe we could have gay babies???

OMG - I totally forgot to tell you what happened this morning. I was meeting with *** and *** to prepare for the big masterplanning conference we're hosting next week, and I opened up my Lab Book to take some notes (the one I used at the marketing conference we went to).
And of course I opened it right up to the page where I had written Matt + C.J. inside a big heart, with that "Do you want to hump? Yes/No" thing at the bottom.
I know they both looked right at it because we were standing around one of those big white pod thingies, but they just sort of glanced at each other and neither said anything. Embarrassing!!!

L: cj's going to ruin your life and he doesn't even know about it! your emails are making me laugh, which is making me feel much better, so thanks.

Matt: OH NO! My love for C.J. is going to end up completely destroying me!!
Damn his tall, dark good looks and festive red polo shirt that shows off his burly forearms!!!

L: but let's not forget about his bad black frankenstein shoes and pleated khaki pants...or are we supposed to forget about those ugly little details so he lives forever in our minds as the hottie we needed him to be for us that day???

Matt: Ahhh - no!
I'd finally just gotten myself to forget about those damn pleats!
I HAVE to, dammit!


Blogger Big Daddy said...

Holy moley! A post!

That would be embarassing.

Reminds me of my 'big daddy' email shame moment.

If you don't post again for a while, Happy Holidays.

11:05 AM  
Blogger Actions and Consequences said...

You said I had burly forarms.

I think you just over use that word.

12:24 PM  
Blogger denverboy said...

Thanks big daddy - you too!
(ps - it's weird to call you big daddy...I don't know why)

Of course I overuse that word Joe. It's burly to overuse the word "burly." All the burly guys are doing it. Burly.
My brain gets stuck on certain words. Right now I'm transitioning from "burly" to "cozy." Everything is cozy to me these days....

2:09 PM  
Blogger hot babe said...

Am I supposed to know who the hell CJ is? Why does this post make so little sense to me? Oh yeah, because you never post anymore so when you do it's so random that I can't even follow. Translation: post more, dammit.

12:39 AM  
Blogger denverboy said...

Oh - SNAP!
Hotbabe - you so crazy!
C.J. was a raven-haired hottie in L. and I's marketing seminar that I stared at all day.
He was so cute. He worked at a bank!

8:45 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

It's been way too long since your last update! I'm in "Denverboy" withdrawls!! Humor me, that's what I want for Christmas!

9:47 PM  

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