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September 26, 2003

"...it's damn good!"

Alright, this entry is a tribute to my friend Amanda, and our oh-so-hysterical conversation at lunch today. Read on, that is, if you already didn't know of my high-level of insanity... (mwhahaha! B-)

*edit 9/28/2003* here's a link to Amanda's journal!

Today at lunch, I sat with Jen and Amanda, both members of my journalism class. We talked about simple, conversational things such as the value of a good cup of soup and an even better cappuchino... Alright, maybe they're not typical conversation, but it was mostly food-based chatter. After eating a fairly satisfying meal, Jen and I swiped some chocolate chip cookies and made a bee-line for the cappuchino machine where we filled foam cups with warm, caffinated, liquid temptation. MMMM... Dipping the cookies into the cappuchino was pure bliss, and I highly recommend it to everyone. :) In lieu of our bliss, Amanda soon retrieved her very own cup of heaven-on-earth and a few cookies in order to sample some of this pleasure. Her response? "This is better than cookies and milk!" So, I replied, "Not as healthy as milk, more caffiene than milk, but it's damn good!"

B-) run out and get some cappuchino and chocolate chip cookies from the Lowe Dining Hall and you'll see what I mean ;)

Posted by KarissaKilgore at September 26, 2003 3:23 PM


Karissa you kill me hehehehe. I haven't got the Jerz thing up yet, but tomorrow's the day.

Posted by: Amanda at September 27, 2003 2:03 AM

It's up today. Go and look. I think you will be giggling like a little schoolgal.

Posted by: Amanda at September 27, 2003 12:56 PM

Oh, wait you are a school gal, and a little one at that.

Posted by: Amanda at September 27, 2003 1:01 PM

I'm little?! Wait, I'm 6'0" tall... that makes me little to... the boys basketball team, specifically the foreign kids.

haha, you're right, though. It did crack me up :) good work, dear. B-D

Posted by: KarissaKilgore at September 28, 2003 1:37 PM

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