30 May

Kismet, Fate, Destiny…  Do people come into your life to serve a purpose?   What about objects?  Did you ever think about something and then all of a sudden it appeared in front of you like you were meant to find it at that exact moment?

I happen to be a believer.  I also think that I have a sixth sense but that’s something we can save for another discussion.  In regards to the idea that people and objects could be part of fate, I believe that the letters that strangely showed up on my Words with Friends board were meant to be?

Don’t tell me this hasn’t happened to you at least once?   I’ve been incredibly bored by my games on WWF these days and if you’re one of the lucky 25 people that I currently have games going with, you’ll see that you are crushing me.  I’m sorry if you thought that it was due to your incredible word building strategy but the fact is, I’m completely over it.  So much so, last week I started a game with a friend and we decided to make it interesting.  The new rule for our game is that you can only use words relating to sex.  I know, ridiculous, but I commute and what the hell else is there to do when you have nobody to talk to (no offense to my morning train crew – you know eventually you all get bored with the conversation as well).  This game has been a great form of entertainment for me(don’t knock it till you try it).  The best part is that we rate each other, not on points, but based on the word and how it gets put it to use in the Chat section of our game.  The last few plays have been great and the letters I have right now are completely hysterical.
Play 1: BUM
Play 2: BIT
Play 3: TIT
My letters: YOWENIE

I wish I could make this shit up.  I have included a picture of the game board for your viewing pleasure.  I would say that YO WENIE is Kismet. Now all I have to do is figure out where to put it. (On the board you sick people) 🙂
One other thing to mention regarding my sometimes boring commute.  I’m sure this woman is not reading my blog but I’d like her to know this….. it’s not ok if you are 18 years old and commuting into the city with your parents on the train at 8am and reading 50 Shades of Grey.  What made it even worse was when you stood up as the train stopped, turned to your parents and you “Ugh, I’m sweating!”.  Really?


One Response to “Kismet”

  1. allison June 14, 2012 at 11:27 pm #

    I loved reading this..the funny part for me was when u said..u know we r all bored by our conversations..keepn it real!!! Keep writing!!

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