Monday, August 20, 2007

Manic Monday

This may come as a shock to you but my weekends aren't always filled with exciting adventures, fabulous star-studded parties, jet-setting holidays, or bathtubs filled with booze. Usually Sometimes it's just me and Seth shutting ourselves away in our apartment and tricking or manipulating each other into leaving the apartment for provisions i.e. beer, soda and Amy's Organic pizzas.

As much as I enjoy a hermit's weekend, these occasions don't typically lend themselves to interesting Monday morning blogs. So I've decided I need a new recurring Monday feature and I'm hoping you can help me brainstorm what it should be. Here's the deal, number 1, it has to be easy - I don't want to rack my brain trying to come up with something each week. Number 2, actually, there is no number 2. It just has to be easy.

So put on your thinking caps, and let me know what you want to see here every Monday. The winning idea will be immortalized here starting next week and there will even be a prize for whoever comes up with the idea. And as an added incentive, if you don't help me think of something good, I'll be forced to go with my only idea of posting pictures of my cats.

Good Luck!

8 comments:

  1. Best web-u-net 2 minute short you watched or heard. Video or audio. Or, optical illusions are always good. Truthfully, on Monday mornings I don't want to read. I just want to zone out in 2 minute intervals. Easy.

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  2. I think "asspimple Mondays" would be a great way to start the week. It could be yours, a friend's, or even a random image found on the internet!

    You're welcome!

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  3. Hmm, these are both very interesting suggestions.

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  4. How about you pick a favorite person of the weekend or previous week? It could be a friend or celeb or whatever. And i think your first post should be me.

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  5. Whatever it it, I think it should be titled "Talking to Oprah" Actually maybe I'll use that

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  6. You should do a piece called "One Cool Thing I'd Like to Own". Financial and reality constraints are irrelevant.

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  7. These are all great ideas. I knew being lazy would pay off.

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  8. Wendy7:08 PM

    Maybe a quote for the week? A critique of a funny song lyric? I agree with Kirk. Something simple

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