Thursday, December 4, 2008

Awards! With actual links to the comments!

Uccellina sweeps two categories today: Remembering What It's All About and Style with her ditty to her kiddie who has bitten her t----.

Amy sweeps both Old Skool and Elevated Risk of Mullet for whining about breaking the nail she uses to pick the baby's boogies.

I am bringing back the Roto Rooter Awards for Margalit's novel in three words: Liquid Plumber works.

Hugs and Puffs Plus to all pixies who are sick themselves, have sick kiddoes and/or spouses, and any combination thereof.

The Why Hasn't Anyone Invented A Time-turner Yet? Award to KLee for her whine about too much to do, too little time to do it in, and when will she sleep?

The Etiquette-Schmetiquette Award goes to Sarah at Ratatat for the immortal words, "It seems rude to de-friend [her brother and SIL]"

A Standing Ovation to Genevieve (you really need to get yourself a blog!) for her son's first performance! The Mystery Family is looking into getting tickets, Genevieve!

Febreze and Oxyclean to Sue for her cat's nervous pooping.

And the cluestick posse is a-comin' lookin' for Kathy A's SILFH.

Last, but not least, Redzils gets the Whine of Substance Award. Not only does she live in a garret, but she has to get her dissertation done in 14 days while biking to school in the cold with wet hair.

Tune in next week when our host will!


kathy a. said...

Kudos and thanks to Liz, for stepping in to host this week! Not to mention her stylish ode to the elusive Boston Creme Donut.

Fabulous awards! The links are great! Will need a tutorial to find out how to do them.

I need to drop the SILfH designation and cluestick wishes -- they seem cruel since we now know her brain is decaying and not coming back. Knowing that does not make the immediate mountain of problems any easier to address, though, so I'll take a magic wand if anyone has a spare. Thanks, pixies, for patience with the whininess.

liz said...

The cluestick was for her bitchiness.

kathy a. said...

LOL. Well, that is a constant.

Uccellina said...


Sue said...

Thanks Liz. I was actually in a coffee shop today (hey, this is Canada, we have a coffee shop on every corner) - I saw a whole tray of Boston Cremes and thought of you.