Monday, October 16, 2006

Amy's Diary


Dear everyone,

Please don't forget about Amy's Diary. It's my favorite thing on the Internets.

Sighend,

CP

12 comments:

Grant Miller said...

Are you certain it's your favorite thing on the Internets? I mean, there must be other blogs that are your favorite. There's got to be at least one blog by some Midwestern journalist that is near and dear to your heart? I mean, right?

Coaster Punchman said...

Wow, you are subtle Mr. Miller. I would indeed state that The Official is my other favorite, except that Echo would come over here and bitch slap me.

jin said...

*jin bitch slaps cp*

AHEM

Whose blog is your favourite???

Coaster Punchman said...

Thank you ma'am! May I have another?!

Old Lady said...

Is that all there is to the diary?

Anonymous said...

Way cool! (the diary, not the bitchslapping)

Beth said...

Brilliant! I still cringe when I read my diary from my senior year in high school; maybe I'll publish excerpts one day during slow blogging weeks.

... and can I get in on the bitchslapping?

Bubs said...

That diary is wonderful. I wish there was more of it.

Dale said...

I'd like to see Mama Gin's diary.

CP - I sent my sister a link to my Grey Gardens review and she started reading through some of the posts and comments and she said, people sure seem to mention Mama Gin a lot, who's she? So I had to explain a little. Perhaps it's time she had her own blog?

I'm just trying for my own slap here.

PG said...

From the MG files:

You have gurlfren? You get marry, have baby, get marry have baby, I likey you get mary have baby, you get marry, you marry, okay you marry, have baby, but only take clothes off from one gurl, if you take clothes off from 'nother gurl, the 'nother gurl, she kill you. Okay, I go sleep now...you get marry

jin said...

Awww....poor poor George.....

Coaster Punchman said...

Old Lady, did you click on the link? It's hilarious.

Megan, I know.

Beth, I had a "journal" ("diary" was too girly) that I started in 7th grade. I tore it to shreds in a fit of low self esteem when I was in college - huge regret. I still have some other writings from younger years, and I cringe when I read them - but I know better now than to throw them out.

Me too, Bubs, me too. Now I think I'll cry and eat an Entenmann's cake.

Dale, I'm glad (and a little frightened) that Mama Gin is becoming known in the greater world. As for her diary, I once found a piece of paper with my full name written out on it in Mama Gin's shaky hand. It was in her bedside drawer, and I found it when we were temporarily living in her apartment while ours was under construction. It totally freaked me out.

Jin, don't pity him, pity me. Thanks.