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Lasagne per tutti: the Buzz thread
September 10, 2013
8:53 am
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Real Life Taylor Swift Album
Feline Porklord
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February 23, 2012

I can't stop watching those cats.

And, uh, on topic, Buzz be crazy.

(Formerly known as Hope It Helps, formerly formerly known as Noodle)
September 10, 2013
9:00 am
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Hamprince of Meowtonia
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April 21, 2013

Maeby Fünke said

JudgementalSnarker said
Does menopause really make b***hes that crazy?

Do you just completely lose your mind?

I don't want to get old.

My mom didn't go crazy. She cried a lot and had some panic attacks, but she didn't write insane crap about bears or melted machines. She gives me hope.

Nah, my mom's going through menopause right now. She's acting exactly the same, but sometimes she has to step outside and fan herself if she's having a hot flash. 

I think it just makes the crazy narcissists crazier and normal people mostly just kind of keep it together. 

September 10, 2013
10:05 am
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Skitch3
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Religious Nut Butters said

 Ah, cats on hardwood. So much fun to be had!

I have a poofy calico cat and (fake) hardwood floors in my kitchen.  One of my favorite things is to wait until she's relaxed on the floor while I'm cooking something and then suddenly start hollering about treats.

It typically takes me a good 10 minutes to get my shit together long enough to actually GIVE her the treats after she's finally caught traction.  And even then I'll be laughing intermittently long after about her trying to run on slippery floors.  Basically I'm a shit.  But I do love my cat.

September 10, 2013
1:33 pm
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Sarah Ate Two Tacos

Skitch3 said

I have a poofy calico cat and (fake) hardwood floors in my kitchen.  One of my favorite things is to wait until she's relaxed on the floor while I'm cooking something and then suddenly start hollering about treats.

Oh my gosh, this is hilarious.

I love that the Buzz thread totally delivers, immediately. I am impressed that it got this weird, this fast.

September 10, 2013
1:39 pm
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Sheridan Bucket
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April 11, 2012

JudgementalSnarker said
Does menopause really make b***hes that crazy?

Do you just completely lose your mind?

I don't want to get old.

Nah, pretty sure Buzz was batshit nuts well before menopause.

September 10, 2013
1:51 pm
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Atop

Oh my god I am So Drunk said

Skitch3 said

I have a poofy calico cat and (fake) hardwood floors in my kitchen.  One of my favorite things is to wait until she's relaxed on the floor while I'm cooking something and then suddenly start hollering about treats.

Oh my gosh, this is hilarious.

I love that the Buzz thread totally delivers, immediately. I am impressed that it got this weird, this fast.

Me too. I am so excited to watch this shit develop.

Especially on late afternoons when I'm too mentally exhausted to keep doing work and instead revert to backreading blogs and forums. BuzzKill's blog will be my first tired-internetting choice. There's gotta be gold in them there archives!

September 10, 2013
1:56 pm
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stealthfatty
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May 11, 2013

Menopausal feet? Gross. Just gross.  

September 10, 2013
11:34 pm
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Oats in a Jar
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June 7, 2013

BeanyMalone said

Did anyone read the "mice" post?  It is so strange.  It's a guest post, but the fact that Buzz even published it is a big WTF to me.  Who the hell thinks a good way to get rid of mice is to incinerate them in your oven?  (Don't worry, she failed, but what she thinks is a cute story is just gruesome to me.)

Helpful hint for menopause bloggers: your guest posters shouldn't remind readers of the villains in Art Spiegelman's Maus.

September 11, 2013
7:53 am
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Pantybunched Hyena

Oh my god I am So Drunk said

Skitch3 said

I have a poofy calico cat and (fake) hardwood floors in my kitchen.  One of my favorite things is to wait until she's relaxed on the floor while I'm cooking something and then suddenly start hollering about treats.

Oh my gosh, this is hilarious.

 

Same situation but with two dogs. It gives us endless pleasure to make them do the cartoon-dog-running-in-place thing in the kitchen. They're so hilarious!

September 11, 2013
10:15 am
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HipsterCupcake
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October 1, 2012

uh

This thread keeps getting weirder and weirder. I may have to start reading Buzz to get my daily dose of creep.

September 11, 2013
11:30 am
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PennyRun
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July 2, 2013

What…what am I reading? She's so…just what?! I am so confused. idontknowuhconfused

September 11, 2013
11:38 am
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Sending love and good humps youre way
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Maeby Fünke said

JudgementalSnarker said
Does menopause really make b***hes that crazy?

Do you just completely lose your mind?

I don't want to get old.

My mom didn't go crazy. She cried a lot and had some panic attacks, but she didn't write insane crap about bears or melted machines. She gives me hope.

My mom just turned the heat way down in the winter.

I used to b***h about having to wear a sweatshirt to bed, but compared to Buzz's level of f**kery, I got off easy sfun_bananachaplin

September 11, 2013
12:31 pm
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BuzzKill is beginning a SEVEN PART SERIES about one road trip to Dallas . . . but don't worry, she promises "to be brief"!

Reading this latest post, I am just so damn glad that my mother isn't like this woman. If my mom went around yakking about how she now has "insights of midlife", I'd think she'd lost her mind. The closest my mom gets is, "You should listen to me, I'm older than you."

It's flipping weird to me how obsessed this woman is with her own age. She ends with, "No matter how old you are, there’s nothing like sleeping in a cozy, elegant Victorian railway car to make you feel NOT so old and NOT so Victorian."

Dude . . . you're MIDDLE-AGED. Calm down and stop it with the whimsical-old-timey-granny act.



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