Check out this funny game! I've seen it on several blogs, most recently on Mariah's blog: http:helpihaveateenager.blogspot.com/
Here's how it works. Go on Google, or any search engine, type in your first name, then a plus sign, then the word "needs". Here's what my search looked like:
Then, you write down the first 10 phrases that pop up, which tell you what you "need" Here is what came up for me.
1. Deb needs HAL removed. -
Now I'm not sure what Hal is, perhaps it is a skin growth, a stalker of mine, I don't know. I do know however, that whatever the hell HAL is, I want him/it removed immediately.
2. Deb needs help with whole words.
Ok, now it is getting a bit personal. I thought I had a pretty good way with words, but apparently I don't.
3. Deb needs our help.
Well, they say it takes a village, so I guess this is true. Please help me.
4. Deb needs xbill.desktop file -
FINALLY, someone is listening to me. Those who know me well know that I complain about this all of the time. I want my xbill desktop file, hear me?
5. Deb needs helpers! -
Ok, did we not cover this in #3? I thought there was no shame in needing helpers.
6. Deb needs your prayers -
Do you sense a theme here? I hope nothing horrible is about to happen to me!
7. Deb needs a revelation when a grisly axe murderer kills a man. -
Uh. Hmm. WTF?
8. Deb needs dependency on... -
ON WHAT? There's no ending to this phrase! What could I possibly need dependency on? Aren't cafe' lattes enough?
9. Deb needs to join this group.
Sounds good to me, if I knew which group it was. Is it a 12 step group? Is it a group of people who are getting shipped off to the funny farm? Maybe it is a coffee group of some kind. Hopefully it isn't a swingers group or something kinky like that.
10. Deb needs to be processed by Ubuntu's automagic installer -
Maybe that will happen in the group I will be joining.
Well, I amused myself. Hopefully you too are amused. Please feel free to comment, or add to what you think I need. I need comments. They are integral to my feeling successful as a blogger.
I can hear it now..."My name is Deb, and I'm a comment whore..."