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Mock the Kate's LiveJournal:
|Friday, November 18th, 2005|
Kate is wrong.
Kate seems to be under the impression that the book John Adams by David McCullough is no good.
Well, thanks to John Adams, there is now a bug mainly wrapped in a tissue in the rubbish bin though partially still spread across the tops of pages 276 and 277, instead of still flying about my room.
It is clear that John Adams has served good and it is not "no good".
Let us therefore mock Kate for her error.
|Monday, August 1st, 2005|
The irony in this is just too good.purplicious O6 (5:06:51 PM): Just remember, you're talking to an extrememly intelligent individual.
Yep, Kate, we all believe you. Current Mood: amused
|Saturday, July 30th, 2005|
Regarding a shipping deal on books from Barnes and Noble's website ...purplicious O6 (12:48:46 PM): Ah, though fast and free delivery is only within the U2
Guess you're tough out of luck if you aren't Bono, Edge, Adam Clayton, or Larry Mullen Jr! Current Mood: amused
|Tuesday, June 7th, 2005|
All of you know - or should know, at the very least - that Kate is not one to say 'bad' words. In fact, she flat-out refuses to say them.
That is why I burst out in fits of laughter earlier today when she said 'mofo' (short for, yes, 'motherfucker') and laughed even harder at the expression on her face and her protests that she had forgotten what the word meant and said it perfectly innocently.
The best part? In reminding me of this embarrassing incident, she quite accidentally said 'mofo' AGAIN.
I hereby dub this:
Best. Katemock. EVER. Current Mood: SO amused
|Sunday, April 17th, 2005|
|Thursday, March 10th, 2005|
Kate's psychology experiment set out to prove that you're more likely to remember seeing pictures you've actually seen than ones you haven't.
|Sunday, March 6th, 2005|
|Saturday, March 5th, 2005|
I have several things to mock for.
Ya'll had just better be thankful that I keep a handy-dandy notebook in which to record any such events that require mocking of the Kate.Caroline and Kate are talking about the possibility of Kate having her own children's show, in which she would make the normal ones random and the random ones normal. Kate says:
"I could turn the world upside down, make the egg balance the way it can't."Also, later that day, Kate and Caroline discuss buying yummy hot chocolate from the cafeteria, because apparantly they have kick-ass cafe shop looking cups now. But, as Caroline soon learns, she'll have to pay for Kate, who cannot pay for herself because:
"I only have forty dollar bills."
There seemed to be more, but alas, I cannot find them. Oh well, she's fairly mockable, I'm sure she'll do something else soon.
Good day! Current Mood: amused
purplicious O6 (2:04:28 PM): I'm like God.
So who do we mock now, Kate or God? Current Mood: amused
|Saturday, February 26th, 2005|
I bring you this Katastic quote, direct from AIM:
purplicious O6 (12:23:26 PM): Hee, it was quite fun. I enjoyed being a slut.
Let us mock
Kate for admitting her overwhelming sluttiness.
Now, as is custom, I must mock the mockers. Therefore, expect to be mocked if you join in on the mockery with me. Really, André, this is a pathetic mock, you know that yourself. You're just posting it because you're a silly little boy with nothing else to do and you're intensely nasty to your own RCF. Be ashamed. Be very ashamed. Hang your head.
*hangs head in shame*
(This would have been posted over an hour ago if LJ hadn't been so pathetic! Let's mock it.) Current Mood: amused
|Saturday, February 19th, 2005|
For the first entry to this community, I would like to quote from a holy text, the Babble. Specifically, I shall be quoting from the Book of Kandré, chapter 17.1With a great thunderclap, a light did appeareth in the heavens, 2and the Lorb thy Gob did saith, thou shalt mocketh Kate, 3and then thou shalt be blessed and there shall be merriment and jubilation in the land, and thine senses shall be entertained by purple penguins with orange banjos.
4Then the Lorb thy Gob did placeth attention upon the André, and did commandeth him, thou shalt mocketh the mockers, scoffeth the scoffers, demeaneth the demeaners. 5This, then, is the holy mission given unto thou.
6Next did cometh an almighty bolt of lightning, and it did scorch a patch of earth with the holy word of "mock", and the Lorb did proclaimeth mightily from heaven, MOCK! 7Thus spake the Lorb, anem and anem. Current Mood: amused