immediately post yadi (whose joyful whoops and squeals as he bounded around the bases are burned in my baseball memory's happy place) home run, txting (after making sure i hadn't broken my little hands from all the furious clapping) juney (who was at the game. lucky bitch): eeeeeeeeeeeeee agggggggggghhhh
june: am having stroke
in the bobc gamethread after the last out: I WAS SO EXCITED I ACCIDENTALLY TURNED OFF MY TV
me: it's true! i was like, almost gnawing* on my remote and as the pitch fell in i threw up my hands and squeezed it and turned the damn thing off
*why do we do that, anyway? hold things (our hands, whatever we happen to be grasping) in front of our mouth when we're anxiously awaiting the outcome of a tense situation? note to self: investigate.
EEEEE LUPE YOU MUST GO TO MLB.COM'S MEDIA SECTION AND WATCH THE "CARDS CELEBRATE" CLIP. yadi and adam and jimmy! <3By , at 3:29 PM <$BlogItemControl$>
i don't know why we do it, but i did the same thing, except i didn't have anything in my hands so i was just gnawing on my clasped hands which i was holding together so tightly i almost left bruises
also, yadi looks about 10 years old in this photo
For me it's because I have an oral fixation :-/By Mr. Faded Glory, at 5:16 PM <$BlogItemControl$>
My guess is that June got about 400 simultaneous text messages last night :DBy Mr. Faded Glory, at 7:27 PM <$BlogItemControl$>
loool yes i did! It was wonderful!!!!!!!!!!!!!!By June, at 8:44 PM <$BlogItemControl$>
as for the hand thing - i just posted about that today! - that in the b9th I was grabbing and packing my head like a snowball. I think it is a physical retort to one's frustrated desire for omnipotence over an outcome.
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