Last night, I did a live video chat at ReneePearson.com in my pajamas. (Sorry, whenever I use the term "live video chat" I have the urge to follow it with: LIVE SINGLES IN YOUR AREA ARE WAITING TO TALK NOW!, but I digress.)
So we start chatting (and if you missed it, you can register at ReneePearson.com and watch it On Demand at ReneeTV) and about 5 or so minutes into it, a chat participant named Fawn asked me "What is your favorite subject to scrapbook about?" I cheekily said, "Me," then followed it up with my sound reasoning as to why and how scrapbooking about others is ultimately a subjective point of view, and therefore, whoever you are scrapbooking about, you can't help but inject a bit of you into the story-telling process.
It seemed like an innocent question, until my iChat Instant Messenger Window popped up, with a message from a very good friend and former co-worker of mine who I will call "Tim Dicklord," and he chats me: "Thanks for answering my question."
Then he asks me, while I'm trying to stay focused on the chat at hand if I liked the name he logged in as, which was Fawn del Majonk.
Which he then oh-so helpfully interprets for me: Fondle My Junk.
Of course, being the professional that I am, I quickly chatted at him: GO AWAY, and finished the chat and no one was the wiser, but stifling my laughter was about as easy quitting smoking.
I guess my point today is this: you never know when someone is going to log in under a false name and that name is going to be Fawn del Majonk.
Thanks to everyone who chatted last night. It really wasn't vodka in my glass. (And rest assured, Tim is a very dear friend who makes me laugh heartily on a regular basis. Still, I'm going to have to take him down a notch very, very soon.)
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