Let me apologize in advance, Dear Readers, for even though my brain, Peanuts, has been rattling around up in the Noggin Attic all morning trying to shake an idea loose to blog about, Peanuts has only managed to come up with a few lame ideas which are as follows:
You and Your Alfalfa
Peanuts and I thought we might pick up where we left off yesterday and expound on our new-found knowledge contained within the pages of a 1934 government pamphlet about Alfalfa which we now have in our possession– but then Peanuts and I thought we should probably save that post for a more special occasion like Christmas.
Doing math in your head in 1950
OK, Peanuts and I found a booklet from 1950 called without paper and pencil that explains how to do math in one’s head. The book is full of conversations like this one:
This topic was promising for about five minutes until Peanuts tried to figure out how long it would take me to write something about doing math in one’s head by subtracting 8:45 a.m from 300 words at which point my brain, Peanuts, fell asleep in my head.
Your Appendix is more important than you think it is
Peanuts and I thought this topic was very, very, very promising until we realized that your appendix isn’t more important than you think it is.
How to chew an eraser like it was a piece of gum and maybe even blow a bubble
Oh this would have been a killer blog topic, and I wanted to do it until Peanuts reminded me there’s no such things as erasers anymore.
Pretending to know what the stock market numbers mean
This sounded promising at first, but after thinking about how much thinking it would actually involve, Peanuts and I thought . . . wait a minute, this is a blog not a torture chamber.
Write a blog about absolutely nothing that uses a lot of big bold headlines such as WordPress “Heading 1″ to imply importance
Bingo! And there you have it Dear Reader. Our blog for today! Oh and if you happen to think of any blog topics for me and Peanuts for tomorrow, we implore you to leave them in the comment section. As you can see, Peanuts and I can use all the help we can get!