How was your weekend?

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23 Responses to How was your weekend?

  1. dmblake says:

    i felt like extending lazy saturday to monday…but I’m at work.

  2. Frank Sands says:

    I usually have lazy sundays instead of saturdays…and watch pretty much anything on TV that does not required thinking.

  3. Keith says:

    I second lazy Sundays. Some friends, snacks, and a stack o’ movies.

  4. tribute-mutant says:

    were you stalking me this weekend?

  5. Katharine says:

    HAHA I like this one

  6. heather says:

    oh my – especailly the VH-1 marathings – right on the money!!

  7. Beily says:

    so true.

  8. Para says:

    Yes, especially if the last marathon now classifies pop culture from 8 months ago as nostalgia.

  9. star says:

    i actually think it’s rather scary how easily depression can be mistaken for simple laziness.

  10. Anonymous says:

    Oh, I wish this was how my weekend went.

  11. ChangelingJane says:

    Sometimes both.

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  13. pi3832 says:

    You should have trackback links.

  14. Anonymous says:

    Lazy Saturday *or* Depression?

  15. Adam_Y says:

    more like state of nirvana.

  16. imelda says:

    OMG that so sounds like me and I do have depression!

  17. Anonymous says:

    But you can be lazy AND depressed….

  18. Anonymous says:

    Sleeping late? I’d kill to sleep late. My depression manifests itself with four hours a night at best.

  19. Anonymous says:

    This is sad… but true :x

  20. Miss... Miss... says:

    So true!

  21. Anonymous says:

    Sometimes I spend a weekend like that happily plastered to the couch and wonder–should I be depressed.

  22. Anonymous says:

    Or unemployment, surely?

  23. Anonymous says:

    Replace “work” with “school” and “VH1 marathons” with “spending all day on the internet,” and that is pretty much my life right now. I HATE depression.