Post-It Note Tuesday! GLEEk for It!

I saw this meme on someone’s blog last week (forget whose, but I’ll remember right after I click “Publish”), then was reminded of the meme by Rebecca’s post today, Lost in Books:  Post-It Note Tuesday #2.  As soon as I saw it last week, I ran over to SupahMommy and got the direction on how to play.  I remember, as a kid, when Post-Its became all the rage, and we used to write goofy stuff all over them, tag each others books, bags, lockers… bodies, even!  Those and the label gun were enough to see me through my teenage angst.

So naturally I HAVE to play 😀  You can visit Superstickies and make your own Post-It notes, which can give you hours of fun all on it’s own 🙂

First up, my Ode to GLEE Post-It:

Glee's balloon quote

After watching the first four episodes of GLEE, I ran out to Wal-Mart and bought season one.  Honestly, I might like this show more than Stargate, LOST, and Star Trek combined!

Other Post-Its I had fun making 🙂

don't go commando!

your real dad is a carnie!

I actually say this to my children, by the way. A for-real quote from The Kool-Aid Mom.

about as funny as a rubber crutch

Actually, my dad's favorite way of telling me my pranks and jokes had gone to far was, "You're about as funny as a rubber crutch"

shut up or I'll nail your other foot to the floor

This was a joke I heard when I was about Maggie's age. There were a whole bunch of Mommy! Mommy! jokes, but this is the only one I remember.

jealous of my voices

Okay, I actually stole this from my nephew's t-shirt collection 🙂

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6 Responses

  1. I’m a Gleek too! 🙂

  2. When I suggested watching Glee to my brother, he looked at me in horror!

    • Maggie’s not completely sold on it, yet. Though when they sang Queen’s “Somebody to Love” she was singing along (as were the rest of us).

      Funny thing, GLEE is the only show that the girls don’t tell each other to stop singing when a song’s on.

      GLEE is magic.

  3. These are too funny! Our kids inspire us to some great sayings. When my son used to tell me something wasn’t fair, I’d tell him that “fairs are for tourists.”

  4. haha…love them, especially the last one.

    I tried watching Glee once. I’ve watched a couple of episodes and I think it’s okay, I guess it will take some time to grow on me.

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