January 19, 2003


dear erica, jason and jolie:

I feel like I just don't know you three well enough. as if I'm missing some crucial detail in our friendship which I'm not missing in my friendships with, for example, michele, or pants, or cute brian.

what could this missing element be?

I think it is the blog. yes, the blog. such a small syllable which has come to mean so much.

think about all the hours and minutes and seconds that you spend not
blogging. don't they feel sort of empty? wouldn't you rather employ them by doing this, the newest and funnest of verbs? and think about what will happen when jason leaves. how cut off we will feel from him. how, gradually, we will forget him, because our minds are not made to remember people for more than two weeks without reminders. do you want to forget jason? does he want to be forgotten? do we want him to forget us?

here is a hint: the answer to these questions is, NO. the answer to these questions is, blogs.

I hope you will think about what I have said, and then you will post that thought process on your new CH blogs.

your friend,

p.s. think about how if I had more blogs to read, my days would not be so empty and void of purpose and I might not send out these goddamn communist mass emails all the goddamn communist time. see how everyone could benefit from this?

dear kristen,

erica and jolie are starting a blog together (get with the times, commie
compatriot). they are still debating on a name however. i am still pro pro PRO , with the tagline of 3/4's
white, 3/4's gay. although that other missy elliot line one was pretty good too. though i can't remember it now.

jason, that lazy slacker, good for nothing, has been thinking about getting a blog. but really doesn't want one. i think out method of not forgetting will be that he shall spend ALL HIS TIME on our blogs while he is gone.

thank you for your concern.

Dear concerned friends:

We are pleased to inform you that our long-awaited blog, threequarters, has finally come to fruition. It was not an easy task, dear friends. We daresay that our friendship of old was nearly dashed to pieces by such trivial matters as burntorange versus darkmagenta. In the end, papayawhip renewed our faith in one another’s aesthetic sanity (kind of). While the discovery that our color preferences are shockingly dissimilar was quite troublesome, we take solace in the fact that henceforth the focus of our blog will rest not in hues, but in our daily lives, which are unnervingly similar. While the creation of this particular entry has been relatively unproblematic, to avoid further consternation and possible harm to our respective persons, we will henceforth create our posts separately. We would like to thank Kristen, for her belated encouragement, and Michele, for her endless mockery of our non-blog status. And, of course, Gene, for being the brilliant computer geek that he is.

Jolie “j*2the*olie” and Erica “ms*d”

p.s. Now we up. Jason, where you at, dog? Slacker.

Posted by j*2the*olie at January 19, 2003 11:17 PM

FINALLY. doods i've been on this thing since like 9pm just WAITING for you to finally post something. (yeah i know 2 hours is not forever, but it sure as hell felt like it.)

i like the papayawhip. =P

congrats on a blog-job well done. hmmmm the change of one little letter there is so crucial...i never noticed that before.

Posted by: michele on January 19, 2003 11:44 PM

Papayawhip? Where do you find these names? Dianna wants to know where you found such an article, and if it's as deliciously painful as it sounds? Actually, I'm putting words in her mouth. But you can be guaranteed that she was thinking it.

PS - Dianna also denies that the color is papaya, and wonders why she doesn't just post herself. I think she's going to hit me. Ow.

Posted by: Jacob on January 19, 2003 11:50 PM

Dianna also thinks, "Jason is probably very excited for the two new members of the cementhorizon team/family. He probably believes their new endeavor will take them to new heights of acheivement and that only now can they say without question that they are truly living up to their potential. Also, he probably wants them to know that, in regards to his own blog, they can suck him."

Right you are, Dianna. Right you are.

Posted by: jason on January 20, 2003 11:40 AM

i watched this horrible movie called "harvard man" last night that buffy was in, and the one redeeming feature was that buffy at one point used the phrase, "suck my cock." i was so pleased. otherwise the whole movie they were just getting high and having sex. now i know you're thinking, 'that sounds like a porno and a not half bad one,' but trust me, it was dumb.

Posted by: michele on January 20, 2003 11:47 AM

OK, so this is my first-ever comment. I just had to tell you that I love the fabulous picture you have up right now--you two are too cute. Missed you guys this weekend. :)

Posted by: Emily on January 21, 2003 03:11 AM

hello, my dears! Just checking in--on direct orders from miss erica--to see what all you're up into. I dig it. =) Also, I would just like michele to know that, thanks to her, the phrase "suck my cock" is going to become a vital part of my vocabulary. Thank you. No, really. Thank you.

Posted by: jenny on January 21, 2003 09:23 AM

wait, that wasn't ALREADY an essential part of your vocabulary? i said it once in front of my brother to someone else and i think he almost had a hernia. i had a hernia once. when i was very wee. oh yes. they cut into me for it and everything.

Posted by: michele on January 21, 2003 10:02 AM

My goodness... never did I think I would have a weblog with so many referrences to sucking cock!

Posted by: j*2the*olie on January 21, 2003 12:41 PM

Now that you mention it michele, it certainly was a part of my vocabulary. A part that fell tragically into disuse. But now it is back. Oh, yes. Back and better than ever. Woo! Suck my cock!

Posted by: jenny on January 21, 2003 02:39 PM

that's the spirit, m'cock-sucking-girl!

hmm i have a sudden fear that for some reason erica and/or jolie will tell their families about having a webpage.

Posted by: michele on January 21, 2003 03:42 PM

LOL, I actually thought about telling my younger brother for a while... but decided it was best to bite my tongue. So, discuss cock sucking all you want as far as I'm concerned. You won't be shocking any of my family members.

Posted by: Jolie on January 21, 2003 03:53 PM

m'cock-sucking girl! HA!

Posted by: jason on January 21, 2003 03:55 PM

PS - Michele, did you fix our webpage so the picture is up at the top where it's supposed to be? I can hardly believe that it just popped up there on it's own. I think you must be the magic threequarters fairy who flutters through and fixes things in the night when Erica and I aren't looking. =)

Posted by: Jolie on January 21, 2003 03:56 PM

Where was it before... three quarters of the way up??

Oh, it is rich.

By the way, what's the male equivalent to girls yelling, "Suck my cock!"? "Eat my pussy!" doesn't really have the right ring to it. Maybe, "Talk to me on the phone for three hours!" or "Get the hell over here and watch 'Trading Spaces' with me!"

Posted by: sean on January 21, 2003 04:25 PM

oo bitch slap sean, you man-bitch-wich. umm...maybe 'nibble my clit'? did i just say that? or 'rub my nub!' i like that one better. cause of the rhyme.

jolie: i did nothing. it wasn't in the right place on my computer yesterday either though and now today it is. very odd. i have no idea.

Posted by: michele on January 21, 2003 05:01 PM

Well Sean, when I was in high school I used to tell people that were pissing me off that they could lick my clit and like it. Although, that doesn't exactly roll off the tongue the same way either (no pun intended...I swear).

Posted by: Jolie on January 21, 2003 05:09 PM

i don't mind the cock talk at all (i'm the cock of the walk!). i was actually planning on calling my next entry "suck my big fat cock, you nub rubbin' bastards"... now THAT rolls off the tongue!

Posted by: erica on January 21, 2003 07:33 PM

Why not:
"Rock your socks off on my cock you nub rubbin' land lubbers!"
"Flick the clit in my slit mit your slick dick, you pricks!"

Maybe slipping in (ooh!) the single German word was a bit much.

Posted by: Jacob on January 21, 2003 08:36 PM

Was mit the german word? Even in english, I kind of like the ring of slit mit: "I got it! I got it!"

Posted by: jason on January 22, 2003 07:35 AM

from now on maybe we should refer to you as, jason "slit mit" shamai.

Posted by: michele on January 22, 2003 08:26 AM

welcome to CH.
this comment is late.
and does not rhyme.

Posted by: didofoot on January 22, 2003 08:30 AM

you = liggity lame, wyatt.

Posted by: michele on January 22, 2003 11:52 AM