Friday, December 25, 2009

This Post Does Not Contain The Word Christmas

I wish there were blurbs, like on books, for people. I always read blurbs on books. I think socializing would be more fun if we had people blurbs. I'm not sure what medium would deliver these blurbs, maybe Facebook, but it would catch on and I might make some money.

What would my blurbs look like?

"Oh, my son is so special. We are so proud of him. Let's give him a hundred dollars for being so darn wonderful."
- My Mom

"Woof Woof Woof Ruff Woof Ruff Woof Woof Ruff"
- My Parents' Dog

"Tyler Gobble is the sweetest man. He is so adorable. He is probably the sexiest man alive. Tyler Gobble is like the game Monopoly, which I also love."
- Sara Gobble

"Tyler Gobble is pure evil."
- Jesus

Okay. I wrote those, but maybe just maybe.


jnyanders said...

There's a classroom activity that utilizes this. I think we did it when I was in high school. Basically, you make like a book jacket of your autobiography or whatever with the summary and whatnot inside and then blurbs like that on the back. I'm pretty sure there was more detail, but I don't remember the specifics.

Tyler G said...

That sounds neat. You should do something like that in your classroom. Kids would dig that. I dig that.

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