What the hell is this?!

Hi friends!

Erin and I were talking this morning and decided the blog needed a face lift. So we gave it one, Hollywood-style. And by "we" I do mean "Erin". My contribution consisted of "OOOOH PRETTY!" and a couple of Google searches. It was Erin who found the template and emitted the brain power necessary to make it ours. We hope you enjoy!

8 Responses on "What the hell is this?!"

  1. REMINDS ME OF BACON BUBBLING GLEEFULLY IN A PAN OF HOT GREASE

    Austin says:

    The fact that our new background is far too orange to look anything like bacon has me questioning your bacon authority, Almighty. I think it's more "carrot juice" than "meat of any kind". Sorry!

    QUESTIONING US IS LIKE GETTING THE BUY-1-GET-1-FREE BACON PACK AT THE STORE BUT CHOOSING NOT TO TAKE THE FREE EXTRA 1: FOOLISH AND WITHOUT REASON.

    YOU ARE NO DISCIPLE OF OUR ORDER OF SWINE CORPULENCE, OR YOU WOULD RECOGNIZE THIS IRON-RICH ORANGE AS THE DISAPPOINTING COLOR OF SLIGHTLY OVERCOOKED BACON (THOUGH HAPPILY THE SCENARIO, WHILE DISHEARTENING, DOES NOT DEMAND THE DISCARD OF THE EMBRITTLED SACRAMENT).

    CARROT JUICE IS JUST FOOD FOR THE EXALTED BACONIMAL.

    Austin says:

    Yeah, sorry. I just can't get behind this being called any sort of bacon-related color. It's CLEARLY too orange. Even your photo link doesn't back it up. Bacon is tasty and delightful but honestly just not this orange. At all.

    PERHAPS YOU SHOULD HOLD THE HEAD OF YOUR BELOVED AGAINST THE SCREEN AND COMPARE HIS BACONY LOCKS TO THE BACON-COLORED SWATH BETWIXT YOUR SCREEN.

    sd212 says:

    I prefer not to be in on the "color of bacon" debate, but the orange makes it a little more difficult for my old eyes to read. But, who doesn't enjoy a good makeover?
    Sharona

    Megan says:

    I JUST said the same the thing to Erin, Mom! Hahahahaha. That's way too funny...I'm not old. Neither are you. Orange/reddish is not friendly on the eyeballs.

    Erin says:

    As the only one here with a degree in visual arts, and therefore the one with the most competence to speak about subjects such as "color", i must admit that the change is bold and calculated move. We are changing direction in the blogosphere; this is an avant garde revolution! Confront the viewer/reader! Make them struggle with the reading of said blog's posts and force them to recognize the background and thus also, their computer screen. For we must not forget that the blog cannot be without the computer screen. Just as Cy Twombly drew attention to the canvas beneath his paintings, so do we here at That's What She Said strive to reestablish the laws and boundaries of art, literature and the internet.

    We are post modern and you are not.

    (With apologies to you, Mrs. Dwyer; we're working on correcting the problem!)

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