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Justin Shady, I'd like you to meet... Justin Shady.

I’m actually friends with two of me now,


Grey Danger Shady is now on Facebook!

…so KB and I have decided to start up a Facebook page entirely for her.

If you want to see more of Grey, go ahead and friend her here.

She’s already managed to rack up nearly 100 friends before we even had a chance to post this. Apparently, babies are very popular.

Obviously, we’ll still be posting some Grey-ness on our pages, but this is definitely the best way for one to join us on this journey. Should one so choose, of course.

No pressure,


…as opposed to North America…

Facebook West

…they flip the little globe for you.

Facebook East

Subtle but cool,


Apparently, I was wrong.

Ummm... no. Never. Ever.

The complete opposite of what I am,


Dominick Abbott

…on this sweet new Facebook page that the Soska Twins set up!

Things are getting weird,


Just a bit off, Facebook.

…I’m not sure if my mom should be flattered or offended that Facebook thinks her face is similar to that of a five-year-old boy.

Almost… but not even close,


666! The friends of the Beast!

I love you if you get it,


…and their link to this, yesterday was the biggest day to date on “The Blarg.”

Nearly 17,000 people visited the site in just twelve hours, and 6,000 of those people ended up sharing the link on their personal Facebook page. Yesterday’s total destroyed the previous one-day record by almost three times. Holy crap.

To put it in perspective, “The Blarg” had more traffic yesterday than in the entire month of June 2010 (previously the site’s biggest month since it began in May 2008).

So thanks for the link, Nirvana! I really appreciate it!

I’m never gonna be able to break this one,


on Facebook. I am.

These curtains match the drapes,


Back when I was living in Columbus, Ohio my friends and I started a quote wall. Whenever a bit of brilliance (or otherwise) poured out of someone’s mouth, somebody would yell “Quote!” thus nominating it for Quote Board status. The quote then had to be seconded by someone (it almost always was), and then it would be written down to be forever immortalized on the Quote Board.

This is the modern day equivalent of that classic piece of my past.


“I don’t want a fart cup on my wall.”

– Sara Apel Kelly, 9/11/10

Facebook has changed the way we speak,


PS: To give you some reference, Sara was talking about this photo:

Old Poop!