Friday, May 11, 2007

A Request for Intervention

It's gotten out of control.
I'll leave it to you all to guess what's truth and what's drama.*

*If anyone is interested, I can post a fact/fiction update. The truth of it may shock you. But don't worry - it's not *that* bad. Yet.

8 comments:

Steven said...

I'm there for you man... Let's work on this addiction, eh? Maybe a strong dose of all night gaming will keep you away from the chew. I hear it's more addicting but that's just hogwash.

CJ said...

Thanks Steve. You're a real pal.

When you get moved in and have the Internet set up down there, you'll have to help me out with that all-night gaming.

Johnny said...

Man, you've got to stop, all that drooling and flakes of gum in your beard. I have it on good authority that your barber is having second thoughts about you as a customer

Anonymous said...

pretty scarey... I think you have too much time on your hands!

CJ said...

Johnny: Hence the need for a good long shower before the shearing! Assure my stupendous barber I have cleaned up my face and am working on cleaning up my act(ing?).

Anon: Ah the ole, "too much time on your hands" response. A classic!

The OE said...

Yeeee Haaaaah!

Anonymous said...

It worries me that you didn't post a note to tell us that no pieces of double-mint chewing gum were swallowed in the making of this clip...
oh, and ya know peanut butter (aside from being a great source of protein) is great for getting gum out of hair... I'm sure it would probably work for facial hair too, though be sure to stick with the creamy varieties.

CJ said...

OE: Yipeekaiyay!

Anon: You're right, I should have been more clear about that. I had figured that me not including any footage of me puking would be evidence enough no nasty gum concoction was swallowed, but in retrospect, I could have done better.

Good tip. I have to wonder: does peanut butter remove jelly? Because that would be pretty cool to have it act as a neutralizing agent in PB & J.