"Today I had meatloaf for dinner. Tomorrow I will have leftover meatloaf for lunch. MLIA."In a way, MyLifeIsAverage reminds me of Garfield without Garfield, in that these posts strip away obvious distractors, leaving us with the smaller truths that sometimes tell us something more about how we live.
"Today, I turned on the radio but a commercial was on. I listened anyways. MLIA."
"Today I was walking and my neighbor drove past me. She didn't wave. MLIA."
Friday, May 15, 2009
In contrast to FMyLife with its disturbing (and sometimes raunchy) micro-rants, MyLifeIsAverage offers a chuckle-inducing look at everyday life without striving for guffaws or tears. Here are some recent examples: