Feb 19, 2008


it's too funny not to blog!

It started with my friend complaining of his flu lol

Arie: pot
Arie: ??
Arie: probably u should take herbs or do acupuncture
Lorin: I'm eating lots of chiken noodle soup, they say chicken has natural antibiotics in them cuz they scratch their feet in the ground all the time
Arie: ooooo
Arie: why dont u look it up on the net babes?
Lorin: I should probably get some echineacea
Arie: whats that
Arie: http://www.chiff.com/a/flu-remedy.htm
Arie: they say here that green tea is good
Lorin: it's an herb that some studies seem to indicate it boosts t cell production
Lorin: t-cells are part of your imune system
Arie: ok
Lorin: yea I should get some green tea any way
Arie: u know if u weren't half way around hte world i would date u
Arie: i think the reason why ur so sick all the time is because u dont take care of urself
Lorin: I know, I know, lol
Lorin: I need a good womean to help me eat right and stuff
Lorin: help me cook good dinners instead of eating on the run all the time
Lorin: I know you want me, lol
Arie: lmfao
Arie: if only u were black and somewhat financially stable
Arie: lol
Lorin: pfft
Lorin: I'm financially stable but why'd I have to be black?
Arie: i think it comes with the stereotype of a good loving lmfao
Lorin: so are Mexicans and Spaniards, not many love better than us latin lovers
Arie: yea i guess i can live with the color of ur skin lol
Lorin: it's like I heard the hawaiians say once
Arie: why'd u have to mention hawaiian to me
Lorin: first god put the africans in the oven to make man
Lorin: he accidently burt them
Lorin: then he put the white people in and over corrected and under cooked them
Lorin: then he put the hawaiians in and they came out perfect golden brown
Lorin: so he put his perfect creation in paradise
Lorin: I'm golden brown, lol
Arie: buahahahahhaha
Arie: yea right
Arie: LOL
Arie: ok as u like
Arie: i wanna blog this conversation its funny lol
Lorin: pfft

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