3.24.2005

First Post Ever!!!!!

Hey all you guys out there!!
This is my very first post on my very first blog. After seeing Eric's Blog (www.ericpaulcox.blogspot.com) I just had to make my own. This rocks! Or, as my friend Jonathon Cooper would say:
Unlike, partially WARM, DUD!
That's an inside joke that you'll be seeing quite a bit on this blog. In case you hadn't noticed, it's basically the diametric opposite of the catch phrase "Like, totally cool, dude."
This first post would be longer, but right now I'm pressed for time since my family is about to eat dinner. If you wanna find out about me, take a look at my profile!
In Him (My Lord and Savior Jesus Christ),
David S. MacMillan III

15 comments:

Charcoal Pete said...

how is dud the opposite of dude?

David S. MacMillan III said...

How should I know? It made sense anyway.

charcoal pete said...

tree hugging liberal.

Anonymous said...

Well, here's the definition of dud from dictionary.com:
One that is disappointingly ineffective or unsuccessful.
And a dude is basically a cool guy.

David S. MacMillan III said...

Thanks, anonymous!

an almost uncool Regina said...

I'm sure anonymous(my bro) would say "you're welcome".
Tell your friend that "Unlike, partially warm, Dud" was a GREAT idea! I love it!

gabriel f. bertilson said...

OK, here I am to say the official "You're welcome!"

I really like your blog. In my opinion, it's the best blog made by a Christian conservative teen out there.

David S. MacMillan III said...

Thanks, gabe.

jonCV said...

actually, merriam defines dude as:
a man extremely fastidious in dress and manner.

So I guess the phrase should be Unlike, partially warm, slob!

David S. MacMillan III said...

Good point, CV. I'll run that by my pal.

Gabriel Bertilson said...

But dud is better because you only take one letter off dude to get it.

jonCV said...

but it isn't diametrically opposite that way. duh.

Gabriel Bertilson said...

Well, it is almost the exact opposite, isn't it?

jonCV said...

a man extremely fastidious in dress and manner.
&
one that is ineffectual.

not really....

David S. MacMillan III said...

Not really; "dud" means someone who is kinda out of it, and a "dude" is someone who is really in and really hip. The "modern" anti-dictionary definitions work even if the dictionary definitions don't work.