Tuesday, September 29, 2009

The Book of Erin

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1 And thus verily, I sayeth unto you, She that wast from Georgia went forth unto BYU for the second time.
2 And she did have many experiences from her first year that she hath not enjoyed, and thus she desired greatly to not relive them.
3 So she went forth from the land of peaches and peanuts, and did thusly find herself in a foreign land that was within her homeland, and did speak a tongue different from her own amongst them that were with her.
4 And the new roommates did prove to be worthy of her company, and they did have many nights of tae-bo and ninja stalking to amuse them.
5 And she did cook for those within her house, and thou she wast stressed out about it, it did go forth successfully.
6 And the recipe was asked for.
7 And it came to pass that She did continue her days of schooling, learning many things in time. And she also hath enjoyed the days in which her classes were canceled for no particular reason.

Chapter 2
1 And it came to pass that Erin was approached by menfolk at BYU.
2 And it came to pass that the menfolk that approached her were rather odd.
3 And these who had approached her would say bizarre things to her and did not make good impressions.
4 And she rejected them thusly.
5 And as time went on, She hath found herself late for work.