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I Miss You

If there is one thing I learned from this drama it is to invest in the stock of tissue makers. Because everyone cries at least fifteen times a day, more on anniversaries of things (like kidnappings and such). Henceforth are the preciously snarky gems of wisdom I gained from the melodramatic tear fest I Miss you….

IMY 3

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I never, ever thought of this type of crafting arena. But it makes sense- in a crazy, insane, really out of this world sort of way.

Life lesson: Take that balloon animals! IV tubes are way cooler…at least when the insane start twisting them into pleasant images of flowers and bicycles. Love you mom!

IMY 1

Ultimate Home Protection

If you see a locked gate run up to it and shake it- do not, and I repeat, do not look for the button to open it prior to dramatically hitting the wrought iron barrier out of frustration.

Life lesson: Gates are locked for a reason. Best to overtly emphasis the fact that you are kept out with gestures of desperation and dramatic pounding.

IMY 4

I hate you Sliders!

Who doesn’t enjoy the 90’s sci fi hit Sliders? I know I love it…until I started thinking about the fact a world like I Miss You may actually be a parallel reality to our own where horrible things happen every three minutes.

Life lesson: Sorry Sliders. You somehow were roped into my perception of I Miss You. Thanks Jerry O’Connell for making me cry and hate life! Thanks a lot! I blame you (not YEH and definitely not Yoochun).

 IMY 2

Cribs: I Miss You Edition

Borrison’s crib is freaking awesome. Indoor pool, secret room, weird hidden compartment under the over-sized bathtub, and an all encompassing CCT- what else could a person ask for?

Life lesson: 50 Cent take note- there is a new king of the crib and that person is Harry Borrison. Jealous? You should be.

IMY 5

Emotionally Damaging thoughts-ha! Repress them…

Until they blow up in your face (in a Yoochun grabbing you sort of way).

Life lesson: If you forget about it and ignore your emotionally horrid past then you will become a successful fashion designer. I suspect this is why the Olsen twins are succeeding in fashion.

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