#353 what you’re going to be

10 Responses

  1. CN101 says:

    Hi, just wanted to know are you still going to change the layout of this site even though you alrady have one at ABC? I was hoping you would be able to leave it as it is. Its familiar…

  2. Brigitte says:

    Hey, I hear you about familiar being nice but the site will be changing. Really soon in fact. Remember, change is good! 🙂

  3. CN101 says:

    Oh shoot!, Looks like we’re still in for the unexpected, God I hate that! 🙁

  4. CN101 says:

    P.S. please don’t let them mess with your work. Your style and comedic timing is perfect!

  5. Linh says:

    oh, so THIS is what the word association was for.. I was so lost when I saw your twitter. I didn’t think to check the blog, as I didn’t get the itunes feed until to today. I haven’t learned my lesson from last time.

  6. Peter says:

    Dare I suggest “Wednesday Friday Addams” or “Morticia Addams” — I think you’d look nice as her 🙂

    P.S. purely on looks, not character.

  7. My Costume – a BANK – maybe I can get the FED to give ME a couple of Billion or so . . .

    Here is a Costume Suggestion for Brigitte – ELVIRA.

  8. Tom says:

    This video’s really going to bother me on Halloween. I don’t dress up. When asked I say I’m dressed up “as me” and leave it at that.

    But in light of the whole “adults dress up as what they’d like to be” thing that makes me sound really, really arrogant. Plus, since it already made me sound “no fun” (or so I’ve been told) that makes me a really, really arrogant AND no fun.

    That’s kind of a cumulative downer on the whole Halloween festivities for me.

  9. Aaron says:

    I missed out on all the word association fun. Stupid bloglines didn’t update. I’m technically not allowed to dress up at work for Halloween. So I’m gonna throw on a Superman t-shirt under my suit just to see if anyone notices that I’ve dressed up as Clark Kent. Probably not, but it’ll be fun for me.

  10. Joe R says:

    So… last year it was four of us dressed as the Ghostbusters (went down well, good fun eliminating all the other people). What’s your word association for this one? This year I need inspiration so I’ll look out for you ideas.

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