What the Hell!?

So you think you’re funny, Ryan?

One evening I came home from a busy day at a conference, and logged into the blog, only to find over a dozen blog comments from Ryan.  He must’ve had a slow day at the office or something.

I also discovered some fun comments from others, as well, so here’s a little overview of the nuggets.

In response to “Ironing is Fun Again”  – in which I dish the dirt on my new ironing board cover – he wrote:

I was so surprised that this worked that I wrapped the vacuum and dishes in fabric so that doing them becomes fun again.  See? I’m always looking for ways to make you happy!

I’m going to need a few more yards (of cloth!) for the lawnmower too.

As for “Rental-Friendly Temporary Wallpaper {Let’s Take a Risk}” – aka the day I spent 6 hours reorganizing and decorating a coat closet (yeah, fo’ real).  What did Ryan have to say?  Well, when he read this: “This is by far the biggest decorating risk I’ve taken so far, and I can’t guarantee that it works in the long run. But you don’t know if you don’t try, right?”

I’m glad you’re venturing so far out there in the world of hallway closet decorating. I certainly hope you don’t get blacklisted by the Hallway Closet Home Decor cartel for your edgy space-saving techniques.

Just so you all know, I wanted to start a hallway closet firepit for my National Take A Risk Day link party, but SOMEONE thought it was a little too risky. No sense of adventure! I guess no one gets hallway closet s’mores now.

As for “Vintage Kitchen Additions” – I shared pics of our two new sets of vintage dishes which my brother found in his new house.  In regards to the fact that some were still in their original packaging, reader Rebecca had this interesting point:

I am totally cracking up. Because we ALL have friends who are dy-ing for something new for their home, buy it with no discussion with the other half-owner of the family budget, and then bring it home and stash it until they work up the courage to tell The Hubs (or the wife, in the case of fishing rods and electronic gadgets). I’ve seen friends do this with towels, plates, bedding, throw pillows. I can just picture the 1950’s/1960’s housewife charging this on her store account “way back when” and storing it, unused, never getting the courage to tell what she’d done.

I can totally picture this.  How hilarious is it to think of housewives 50 years ago doing the same thing we do today?  Right on, Rebecca!

In response to “Mistake Turned Great: Kitchen Update” – Ryan registers a complaint about the rug:

Just so you know, you can use these rugs for booby traps too. Apparently you can sprinkle rice, beans, caltrops… all over the thing and the first person to walk barefoot over it won’t notice them until they feel the stabs of pain shoot through their feet.

Oops.  Sorry, Ryan.  I told the dogs to eat the stray grains of rice and beans!  Clearly they didn’t listen to me.

And last but not least, in response to “Stories Rooms Tell” – in which I share a peek at “my” room at my parents’ house,here’s what Ryan had to say when I wrote:  “As a matter of fact, I often sleep better there than in my own home.”

That’s because of our cats. You don’t believe me but they use your head as a trampoline in the middle of the night.

Good point.  Am I the only one whose animals act as though they’re auditioning for a clown act?  Do you even know what Ryan has caught our male cat doing in  the middle of the night?  Maybe you don’t want to.

I think it’s time for Ryan to write What the Hell: Animal Edition.

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  • Reply mikalah at 4:42 pm

    Haha! My hubs likes to leave comments on my blog anonymously. I always know it’s him though… teehee!

  • Reply tracie at 5:26 pm

    LMAO.. this is too funny! 🙂

  • Reply Kate at 6:27 pm

    This is hilarious.

  • Reply Anonymous at 7:21 pm

    Ryan is such a riot.

  • Reply Tiffany L at 7:43 pm

    He’s too much!

  • Reply LifeinRehab at 8:28 pm

    I’d caught most of Ryan’s sniper-style attacks and giggled through them all. You guys are a riot.

  • Reply Jennifer Laughlin at 9:26 pm

    bahahahahahahahaha! paul does this on facebook on occasion.. I would die laughing if I saw these comments on my blog! go Ryan! =)

    Jenn @ Peas & Crayons

  • Reply Cait @ Hernando House at 12:47 am

    My husband sometimes comments like that on my Facebook, but he never comments on the blog. Also, I love Rebecca’s comment!

  • Reply Cole at 6:46 pm

    HAHAH! Ryan is so funny. I just found your blog over at iheartdecorating…and i really love it. As far as my cat…i sometimes check his backside to see if he has batteries…because he’s a psychopath. In the past 3 days, he’s knocked over (and broken) my long mirror in the hallway…along with dropped 3 house plants that were on the windowsil. We call him, speed racer.

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