Thursday, July 12, 2012

A Man With A Plan

In life, everyone has their plans, but as many people know, planned plans don't always go as those plans were planned. For example, I was planning on having a great day on the beach one day a year ago, but apparently some woman named "Irene" decided to come, and the beach was closed (and when she left, she got everything wet. The roads were flooded).

But this is a story of a different plan, a simple plan to go to the movies...

I came home one day and was told that my cousins wanted to spend their last weekend before returning to college with my family, so we were going to go to the movies. Turns out that the movie did not start for like three hours, so that plan was out. What to do? Well we decided to go for ices. Not a bad plan, I mean who doesn't like ices?...Well I guess snowmen would not like ices, unless they are cannibal snowmen, in which ices would probably be a delicacy, but other than non-cannibal snowmen, who doesn't like ices? Nobody, that's who.

So we went out, had our ices, spoke, laughed, sung, danced, and other associated family verbs, until it was time to go home. So when we got close to home, another plan arose, while my parents parked the car, I would go in and relax. A nice plan if I do say so myself, but it turns out, my mom had my keys. I sat outside the door for like forever (which translates to about five minutes in real time), staring at the wall. Finally, I was rescued, and the door was opened.

I went into my home with a plan to write about this on my blog, but as I said planned plans don't always go as those plans were planned.

So here I am, a year later, stretching an insignificant story where my family went out for ices into one of my longest blog posts ever. Was I successful? Who knows, but that's the plan.

-The Planning Anon Blogger

P.S. I was just kidding about nobody liking ices. It's okay if you don't like it. It just means you’re not "cool." Get it? Because ices are cold, which means cool and I used the word cool meaning popular...Oh I'm so "punny" (and "cool"). Also, if you didn’t get the first joke above, Irene was a hurricane. Don't you love when people explain their jokes?

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30 comments:

  1. A droll piece of writing. Reminded me a bit of JD Salinger. Root beer ices are my favorite.

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    1. Thanks, I try to be as droll as possible :)

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  2. Great posts! Enjoying your blog. Hilarious! Is an "ice" the same as a Slurpee?

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    1. Nope not the same thing. Although slurpees are great!

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  3. . I love icees! When I was a kid we lived in Miami and my mom was addicted to them. Seriously! Every day we had to walk up to the store and get one or she would be moody LOL :)

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  4. "Planned plans don't always go as those plans were planned."

    I like that lol

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  5. this is so true...my everyday story....lol^.^

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    1. Just remember the saying, "Planned plans don't always go as those plans were planned."

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  6. I hate it when plans don't fall in place.
    When everyone actually chills out, I end up being the only one freaking out as to why isn't it going according to plan....I guess I need some ice.

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  7. When I lived in Texas, ices were referred to as "shave ice". Which I thought was stupid. But I might be biased, because I thought Texas was stupid, too. Ices, regardless of the name, are always welcome in my home, wheresoever I may reside. Which, thank Zeus, is NOT in Texas. <- Best irrelevant comment EVER. *win*

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  8. Plans never go as planned. so true.
    great post! :D

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  9. Thanks for another great story. It's kind of like if you plan, it doesn't turn out and if you don't plan, nothing happens! Oh well, keep trying to plan anyway.

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    1. A Paradox! Quack Quack (Get it? A "Paradox," "Pair O' Ducks")

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  10. You are so right plans don't always go as planned! I needed to be reminded of this today and to just adopt a sense of ... go with how things are not how things had been planned! Thanks

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  11. As a college student, I am forced to agree with this. No plan ever pans out the way you want it to. Take for example studying. I plan on studying everyday. I don't. I planned on studying right now but I'm commenting on you blog. I planned on studying last night but I played ps3.

    Damn! Non of my study plans seem to quite work out the way I want.

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    1. Same, why study when I can answer your comments :)

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    Taylorejazmine@gmail.com!!
    http://missbitchxox.blogspot.com

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    1. Can't email, but you can message my Facebook.

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  13. HIya, great blogg and I always plan just to prove me self that plans might one day go as planned lol

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    1. The saying is they don't always go as planned, so your plans should work out eventually.

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  14. I am also a planner! Newest follower via blog via blog hop! Would love for you to follow back!?

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