Weekly Wrap-Up #7


It’s time for the weekly wrap-up! Make sure you wear your seat belt.

What if Dead People Used Twitter: Don’t ask me how I thought of this idea, but it was a huge hit. So much so that it’s been requested that I do this on a weekly basis. It’s not easy to come up with these, but I will try my hardest. Feel free to add your own in the comments and I will feature some of them in the next post(s).

Here I Go Again: Had more fun with .gif images. These used to be everyone’s favorite type of posts until Monday’s post appeared, making these the second favorite. I’m seeing a trend here. This time, I focused a wee bit on my favorite food blogger who has the ability to talk about food (which makes me drool) and nostalgia.

Wordless Wednesday: One of Those Days: I hadn’t participated in this particular blog hop in a while and figured it was time. Plus, I had to get in my gratuitous pet photo, the handsome Mr. Jacob Marley and kinda, sorta announce that I might have some good news on the horizon. I’m a tease, what can I say?

Funny Search Terms: Again, I posted search terms people use on the Interwebs, but find my blog instead. I think I need new topics so people quit using, “poop” and “rednecks” to find my blog. It’s a hunch.

Getting Older and an Update: Good ‘ol Mother Nature has opened her bag o’ tricks and is serving up a nice cold dish of Karma. Again. Also I’m turning 43. I’m sure my age was a little bit of shocker (if you hadn’t known beforehand) because of my penchant for lockeroom humor. People probably thought I was a 16-year old boy. I also let the cat out of the bag about the good news I had mentioned earlier. Still hoping things go well.

Side note: If I do get this job, yes things will change, but I assure you that the blog will remain the same. In fact, I’m sure I’ll have even more hilarious, “Tech Support” stories. It’s inevitable.

English Majors: Here, I made fun of myself and other English Majors out there. It’s was I do best. I should get my PhD in Sarcasm. At least I’d put that degree to good use.

I hope everyone enjoys the rest of their Sunday!

GK Adams

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  • Cyndi

    Awesome recap – I believe I read them all…though I didn’t always comment. Time! Need mor tyme. LOL
    Have a wonderful Sunday and I know, I just KNOW good things are coming your way! xo

    • GKAdams

      More time would be nice.

  • Paula @ Vintage Kitchen

    A few days ago I remembered a must of the 80´s that was not in your post, and now I forgot again… it will come back, it´s an age thing, the delay in memory

    • GKAdams

      The 80’s post was a fun one, but I’m thinking about doing another one…like how the 80’s changed a whole generation. For example, we weren’t really aware to how close we were to World War III and that a glitch was found by 1 Russian man, who’s alert systems indicted we had launched missiles toward Russia. It was the 1 man, who was supposed to react (launch missiles in return), but decided it was a glitch. He was right. We were spared. It’s things like those situations that I’d like to write about…the “Holy Shit” factors, and there were a lot of them in the 80’s.

      • Paula @ Vintage Kitchen

        True. And the tech/web life we know today started in the 80´s

  • http://twitter.com/filbio Phil Holtberg

    Another great week of blogging! The Monday post was funny!

    • GKAdams

      I know you could come up with some awesome tweets…you should send me a few so I can highlight yours in a sequel.

  • http://www.facebook.com/william.kendall.9 William Kendall

    Other potential dead tweeters:
    Leonardo da Vinci
    Vlad the Impaler (Dracula)
    John Wilkes Booth
    King Arthur

    • GKAdams

      Great list. I actually had JFK, Elvis and Vlad the Impaler written down for future “tweets.”