Fun things

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    May 26, 2009 9:54 AM GMT
    What are those fun but silly things you do??

    When in a golf cart, my immediate and overwhelming desire is to make race car sounds, with gear changes, wheels squealing when turn curners and screeching when breaking hehe icon_biggrin.gif

    in my car, I haven't finished installing the stereo (heh, don't ask) so I've no music, so I have big elaborate conversations with my self and think of words for number plates plus I break out into song when at lights, sometimes I sing to the car next to me.. I do get funny looks from other drivers but.. eh

    I where this fab red belt with my jeans, it doesn't match anything but it makes me smile looking at it icon_biggrin.gif

    The ladies at the muffin store are wonderful, they love hearing my laugh and the owner makes me think of ma big sister, so, I always go and joke with them..

    I like to randomly tackle a mate, it lets us both have a cuddle in a manly way hahaa

    I like giving a compliment to the people behind the counters at stores, or get them into a fun conversation, it makes them smile and its fun as and you get to meet some wonderful people.

    I randomly SMS words to my mates, odd little words or phrases that make me laugh.. to date, I've never had a response to them, but I know for a fact that I've made each one of them laugh there arse off at least one of them.

    who else does some daft stuff just cause its fun??
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    May 26, 2009 10:31 AM GMT
    I like to write messages in dust, especially on cars, smiley faces and things that say, "this is good luck".

    I told my friend back in my hometown to put a mint on his nighbors doorstep and increase the amount as the days went by until there is a giant heap. He started doing this and some months later texted me saying how much his nieghbor, an old woman, loved the mints. He said she would plan her day around it, if she got a mint she would go out in her backyard and drink tea and read and eat the mints. She would come outside to check in there were any mints on her doorstep and if not would go back inside disappointed. It's fun to do random things that end up effecting people's lives.

    Calling random numbers, leaving random notes, something that breaks people out of their usual routine and gets them to think or smile.
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    May 26, 2009 1:28 PM GMT
    lilTanker saidWhat are those fun but silly things you do??

    When in a golf cart, my immediate and overwhelming desire is to make race car sounds, with gear changes, wheels squealing when turn curners and screeching when breaking hehe icon_biggrin.gif

    in my car, I haven't finished installing the stereo (heh, don't ask) so I've no music, so I have big elaborate conversations with my self and think of words for number plates plus I break out into song when at lights, sometimes I sing to the car next to me.. I do get funny looks from other drivers but.. eh (etc)...

    Those are not silly, my love, they are seriously disturbed. And this is why I like you so much, a kindred spirit. LOL!

    j/k, but yeah, I do some silly things just for the sake of being silly, especially physical comedy, even at my age. In fact, I sometimes note to friends the contrast with my late father, who could never have done these things at 60, nor could I have imagined him, like:

    - teasing my partner while at a table with friends, then feigning pain and yelling: "OWW! Stop kicking me under the table!" when he's really not.
    - echoing a person, when they say something like: "...so I almost ran this Stop sign, guess I wasn't paying attention." Blank pause, then shaking my head: "Oh, I'm sorry, what were you saying? I wasn't paying attention."
    - when a friend deliberately makes a stupid sound or expression while relating some funny story, I'll ask deadpan: "Ah, how does that go?" And 9 times out of 10 they'll repeat it!
    - my partner & I will go into little improvised comedy skits when dealing with restaurant servers, bartenders, counter persons, strangers of all kinds as well as with our friends. We've gotten so good at it that we've been advised we should take our "act" onstage (or alternately, out the door).
    - inventing totally absurd facts to add to a conversation with friends, in my most grave academic manner, then waiting for them to catch on (and often hit me on the head when they do).
    - wearing inappropriate accessory pieces for special occasions, like a heart-covered bow tie with a collarless T-shirt for Valentine's Day at the gay club.
    - hosting a party at home, then casually walking back into the living room stark naked (with gay men only), and say: "Oh damn! Don't you hate when this always seems to happen? You plan for a party all week and half-way through you realize you've forgotten to do something."

    I'm omitting lots more, but this would run on forever.
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    May 26, 2009 2:27 PM GMT
    Unintentionally I mishear things and get confused easily. A while ago, a customer at work asked me if I was autisitc (its a long story) to which I responded "I wish". I thought she had said "artistic".
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    May 26, 2009 2:47 PM GMT
    I like playing with Play-Doh and coloring with my nieces.
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    May 26, 2009 5:36 PM GMT
    Whenever I visit someone's home, I replace all their medications with Tictacs.
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    May 26, 2009 6:05 PM GMT
    I like visiting a couple of friends of mine who are superorganized. I love taking small things and putting them slightly out of organization. For friends with lots of knic knacs/bric-a brac( i dont know the right term here) , its just a slight move on whatever console or coffee table they sit upon.

    I have one friend who is super organized about her books. She even has a catogory system ( like the dewey decimal system in libraries) to organizing them on the shelf. I will move one or two books out of place and that takes a whole night of persuing the book shelves for my mischief.
  • kaccioto

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    May 26, 2009 7:00 PM GMT
    guido frolic at cielo and such...bridge and tunnel is the new MePa

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    May 27, 2009 11:38 AM GMT
    McGay saidWhenever I visit someone's home, I replace all their medications with Tictacs.

    Remind me not to invite you to our home... LOL!!!

    BTW, you must know Stanhope. My ex-in-laws have extensive land there, along the Musconetcong River. In fact, they have "bottom rights" where it runs through their estate.