Wow, already making another? That’s a record.
Hello human beings of the planet earth! What’s up? It’s Cate, the one and only person who would make a blog post about the weird things I do in quarantine. Here we go (again).
If you’re new here, I’ll explain.
For about three weeks now, I’ve been writing down EVERY SINGLE (well, not really) weird thing I have done, and put it together in a list.
This was an idea of one of my friend’s (Cloudy, if you wanted to know) and it was so popular that I made another. (and I say a lot of weird things, so I had to put them somewhere)
So, let’s get started.
-Showing my friends how to make a PB & J sandwich.
This is a long story, but basically, we got bored over one of our daily zoom meets and I had to make lunch, so, I explained how to make it, as weird as possible. Here’s a line I remember.
“First, you wander around the kitchen for eighteen minutes, looking for the ingredients, which are actually all in the same spot.”
-“Ah, the sweet normalacacy of my bed!”
Funny, that was the night I slept 3 hours and (sorta) pulled an all-nighter.
-“Oh my hurricane Gloria, if you could stop being a prima donna.”
I was writing. No, you will not get context.
-Found a Ladybug.
This isn’t that weird, except for that it sat on my leg for ten minute while I was on a bike ride, and I named it Marinette.
– *crying* “How are you not crying?”
I was listening to “Letter From the Refugee” with family and apparently, It’s not normal to cry over fictional 1899 newsboy strikers.
-“MY LA CROIXXXXXXX”
-*Carrot to nose* “Hi, I’m Olaf.”
-“Whatever floats your boat.”
One of my most common sayings, along with *Theatrical Gasp*, “Oof” and “Thank you for coming to my tedtalk.” (please don’t come after me with copyright claims. It’s a quote)
-*Pointing at the word locate* “I like this word.”
Along with caterpillar, delicate, and sophisticated.
-“Silver and gold, silver and gold, it’s fun to sing Christmas song is July (June)!”
-“That’s not very socially distanced of you.”
Part three? Duh.
Read Part One here: Weird Things I Have Said/Done (Quarantine Edition)