Something I Forgot
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I thought of the funniest thing this morning. It was like, ridiculously funny, and as I put my pants on, I giggled to myself. I thought, man, I am one funny mother, and I should write this down so that I can share it with my friends, family, and fans.
The three F's, you know?
And so when I got here, here being my office, I was still giggling over my funny, and thinking to myself how amazingly funny I really was. But, lo and behold, when I sat down to write it out, I had completely forgotten what it was! Now, here I am, with no clue what was so funny, but still giggling at it. I have the happy afterglow of a funny, but no actual recollection of the sweet sweet love it made to me.
Of course, all of a sudden, I am struck with the terrifying thought that what I thought was so funny was the idea of forgetting what you thought was so funny and writing about it, along the lines of the list below. How meta of me, eh? I don't think this was really my idea, but like I said, I can't remember. And this, this thing below, is something that I would find amusing. I mean, I'm amusing myself right now.
Things that would have been funny, had I not forgotten them:
Ben Brown is basically the only person writing anymore.