HAPPY BIRTHDAY, CRISPIN!
happy freeking birthday!!
hope its a good hair day
"It began as a mistake" - Charles Bukowski
Happy Birthday Stupor!
Last edited by ivankay; 10-01-2009 at 10:48 PM.
Happy Birthday Stuporfly!!!
Happy birthday, Crispin! I will post fun pics later.
Okay, let's do this all proper-like.
I will spend the morning listening to Los Campesinos! in your honor.
I want to know what your daughter is doing/made for you today.
2 oz blended whiskey
Juice of 1/2 lemon
1/2 tsp powdered sugar
1/2 slice lemon
Shake blended whiskey, juice of lemon, and powdered sugar with ice and strain into a whiskey sour glass. Decorate with the half-slice of lemon, top with the cherry, and serve.
Choose your cake & Happy Birfday!
Happy birthday , Bitches.
You too, Stupor.
Last edited by sames44; 10-02-2009 at 08:25 AM.
Happy 40!!! I hope you have big plans for the evening.
Post pics or it didn't happen.
It's been a lovely day so far, one of the first birthdays in recent memory where my relatives all managed to pick a gift I won't either secretly return or stick in the back of the closet.
Tonight, my daughter and my girlfriend are teaming up to make a special dinner and a cake (one which I hope does not look anything like the pooey toilet cake posted above.
Thanks again, everyone - It's nice to feel the birthday warmth from so many of you.
Happy Birthday dude.
When I was nine years old, I had my best birthday ever. This was 1978, way before everyone even had videotape machines in their homes, much less DVD players.
My mother, who made costumes for a theater group, enlisted the aid of a few of her colleagues, who showed up dressed as Darth Vader, Princess Leia and a Stormtrooper. And someone else had a video player (which must have been the size of a Buick) on which was played an imperfect bootleg copy of the first Star Wars movie (which we now know was the fourth, but whatever.) It was perfect to me.
This birthday, this milestone that so many people dread, was even better.
I have an incredible daughter, Madeline, one who is exactly as old as I was when my mother took me to see Star Wars on opening night. She's smart and funny and already knows more than I did when I was twice her age.
I'm both a romantic and a cynic, but I'm here to tell you that true love exists, and I have it thanks to Eve. It seemed as though it took forever, but it was totally worth the wait, the missteps and the heartache and all the bullshit that came before.
I have friends and family, all of whom I love in some significant way or another.
And I have these greetings here, which may seem silly to cling to, but I do all the same.
Thank you, everyone, for being a part of my 40th birthday. It means a lot more than I could ever let you know.