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08 February 2008 @ 08:50 pm
Valentine's is so romantic when you break your boyfriend's brain  
Today I bought Seanie's Valentine's present. I hope it arrives in time. It will kill him. Is it bad that I buy his gifts entirely based on how I think his initial reaction will be, and not on how useful or how much he actually wants it? Like when I egg him on to put two lumps of wasabi in his mouth not because I think he'll enjoy the flavor or it'll benefit his health somehow, but only because I want to see the funny face he'll make as the horror of what he has done is fully realized?

I am a bad girlfriend.

I am caught up on my English class. Huzzah!
I am a little behind on my watercolor class. Bah humbug. Maybe I'll do a lot of painting next week.
Geology is great. It's my best class. How can my best class be the one I dislike most? IT'S SO BORING. Although as a result of the class I did get a DVD about Mt. St. Helen's through Netflix, but that was 99.9% because I wanted to see footage of the volcano exploding. Explosions are cool.

TECHIE/ARTY PEOPLE:
What qualities does one look for in a scanner these days? What's a good brand? Any model recommendations? Suzi's been without a scanner for over a year and she hates it.
 
 
 
blackmage runs with daggers.ruien on February 9th, 2008 07:53 am (UTC)
'pends on what you want your scanner to do?
repair old damaged photos? combine with your printer and computer to form SUPERHOMEPCBOT? make eggs and coffee for you in the mornings?
captured: Good answer! Allright! Yeah!capuu on February 9th, 2008 03:30 pm (UTC)
Hah, if you're a bad girlfriend then I'm a bad friend!...Which may also be true, but like I was telling a friend last year, I do buy gifts revolving on the gleeful thought, "Will he/she die?" Like the human-sized Pink stuffed pony, WonderWoman arm bands, or Sailormoon knife with ChibiMoon cutting matt: I purchase these things with the 80% goal to witness the giftee's collapse after the unveiling.

As for scanners, this is the second time I've recommended the Canon 60 Lide this week, but my sister and I have used them religiously since 2000. They haven't screwed up, they're light-weight for easy porting, and they're financially friendly on your wallet.
kerokerotab on February 9th, 2008 08:38 pm (UTC)
I will never get over that wasabi incident...=) hahahaha

we just bought a scanner at work called scan snap. It's supposed to be really fast and it's tiny.
oilofjoyoilofjoy on February 11th, 2008 03:43 pm (UTC)
oooh please tell me you didn't make him eat two lumps of wasabi... haha!!