Wednesday, December 06, 2006

Chill Mag: "Dear Blogger, Marry Me?"

Casey L. of Chill Magazine was kind enough to write a article about this site; I was crazy excited to turn to page 9 and see an AHFB drawing right on the page. While I (really) appreciate your kind words and marriage proposal, I do have to inform you that I'm quite taken.

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New readers: to view the papers that Casey writes about, check out these links:
The Carribean
Hold the Sprinkles


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Taken? Nooo! All over campus, hearts are breaking.

5:25 PM  
Blogger whit said...

yes, broken hearts abound...

5:39 PM  
Blogger Joel said...

Awesome. Like I predicted, it is happening. Prepare for a massive left-behind-papers shortage!

5:42 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

And the female readers curse at their computer screens.

7:09 PM  
Anonymous ahfb-gf said...

:D nyah nyah

omg, ahfb is rly hawt too.

7:38 PM  
Blogger Little Max said...

Maybe I am biased, but CHILL MAGAZINE?


8:44 PM  
Anonymous stormy said...

Oops...will I be banned if I assumed you were female?

*shuffles awkwardly*

2:44 AM  
Anonymous heidi said...

I think this is should be a lesson to intelligent men and women everywhere: 1. get a blog with some human interest, 2. write snarky and hilarious things about others (preferably others who have a high opinion of themselves, and are perhaps in a collegiate environment soas to have a built-in audience), 3. have random people on the internet swoon over you, 4. ????, 5. profit.

I feel a wordpress page coming on. Where are the T-shirts and coffee mugs, ahfb? Where?!?

2:45 PM  
Anonymous heidi said...

also, I think you should start a Left Behind at the Fishbowl dating service. "left behind at the altar? at the party? ... meet your match at the Fishbowl!"

2:47 PM  
Anonymous the gf once again said...

to be honest, it never really occurred to me that this blog would cause hordes of women to flock to my boyfriend. it's pretty amusing actually, considering how he's much sweeter in person than y'all would imagine, you snark-lovin' ladies. :)

but it's all in good fun. ladies: feel free to swoon! and i'll feel free to look you up on facebook and read your online stories and/or blog- we'll call it even. all's fair in cyberspace.

7:26 PM  

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