October 18th, 2004
|05:21 pm - A thought.|
One day, I will leave a voicemail message where I don't sound like a babbling idiot.
Current Mood: calm
Why? None of the rest of us leave voicemail messages where we don't sound like babbling idiots, so why should you?
|Date:||October 18th, 2004 09:34 am (UTC)|| |
Terribly sorry to bother you with this, but we just created a community for the card game Munchkin
, and since you have 'munchkin' listed as interest we were hoping you'd be interested in our community as well. That is, if you meant the card game when adding that interest, ha ha.
Basically, we'll be talking about news, strategies, questions regarding rules, tips, and possible meetings to play. We started out with a group of friends who adore the game, but hope to grow and become larger in time.
Would you like to take a look and consider joining munchkin_sjgame
? Thank you! :)
That's a superpower. Mere mortals always sound like babbling idiots.
There was another babbling idiot on my answering machine when I arrived home today; I'm currently debating whether to ring her back. It's awkward when they don't leave their names. I think I can make out the 'phone number though. And she didn't actually say which of the four members of the household (all named on the answering machine outgoing message) she wanted to speak with. I'm only assuming it's me, because her clarinet teacher gave her the number. That's if she really did say "clarinet". I wish people wouldn't mumble so.
Still, it beats last year's Client From Hell who would never confirm rehearsal times, but repeatedly left messages along the lines of: "It's (name). I am calling to tell you that I will call you tomorrow."