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Wednesday, November 12, 2008

who doesn't love a good fairytale on IM?

TWO posts in one day?! well... how could i possibly resist posting this IM conversation i just had with my sociopathically (yes, i made that up) hilarious husband...

burton: i just had a mormon in my office

janaya: really?

burton: yes

janaya: who?

burton: he actually works on our GIS team, but he works in the SLC office. he is just out here for some meetings.

janaya: they have a SLC office?

burton: yes

janaya: did you know that already?

burton: yes

janaya: how come you're not working there? :)

burton: there are only like 15 employees

janaya: oh. gotcha. so did he already know you were LDS?

burton: no

janaya: you're not a very good story teller :)

*** and i should have seen this coming ***

burton: once upon a time, there was a lovely young mormon boy from logan, utah. as a boy in his mid twenties, he attended a university in the top of some mystic mountains. the university was called utah state. it is the home of the blue aggies, a rare and magical breed of cow. after graduating from utah state, he got on a magic carpet and came to washington dc to work. while there, he lived in a land filled with milk and honey. it was called alexandria. he worked at [insert the company burton works for... my blog isn't the place for burton's resume] for three and a half years before deciding that he and his wife missed their loving family back in utah. from that time forth, this lovely young mormon boy named eric worked in the SLC office of [insert the company burton works for] doing projects for the evil bureau of land management. one day, he had to meet a fair damsel in virginia and so he flew out to the headquarters of [insert the company burton works for]. there he needed a desk to sit at and so went searching through the enchanted forest of offices and found one empty desk next to a handsome prince named burton. the prince and the lovely young mormon boy began talking. once eric divulged that he worked in the mystical mountainland of SLC, the prince's ears perked up because he was from that magical land. the two talked as if they were good friends from times past. they also determined that they were both mormons, which are kind of like hobbits, but they are rumored to have horns. the two eventually said "good day" and eric left to go rescue the fair maiden. they both lived happily ever after. the end.

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Blogger Jackie said...

This is pure genius. He TOTALLY redeemed himself!

November 12, 2008 4:32 PM

Blogger whitney said...

silly burton.

November 12, 2008 6:41 PM

Blogger Becki Becki Bo Becki said...

That "evil BLM!" ;)

November 12, 2008 7:56 PM

Blogger janaya said...

hahaha. i don't even know where that came from. i'm sure he doesn't really think it's evil... he just needed a villan. :) every story needs one. even if it makes no sense.

November 12, 2008 10:11 PM

Blogger winona said...

I see again again why I love that boy...and am glad you found him...waited for him...and married him. That was hilarious!

November 13, 2008 4:47 PM

Blogger Jen said...

FUNNY!!!!! and love that all of that was with IM.

November 25, 2008 12:13 PM


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