Yesterday Kelsey and our friend Liz and I had a discussion on whether “prolly” or “probably” was more appropriate. (True to my nature, I voted for the latter.) In the spirit of being ridiculous, we began to use probably (in all caps) to express statements of certainty. Continuing that trend, I thought I’d tell you what I PROBABLY did this weekend.
I PROBABLY went home to PROBABLY celebrate my brother’s birthday. I PROBABLY had a good time. After I had PROBABLY told him it was his birthday for the fiftieth time, he PROBABLY demanded that someone take me back to school right away. We PROBABLY got an ice cream cake from Baskin Robbins, which is PROBABLY a family tradition. It was PROBABLY delicious.
I PROBABLY am excited about the fact that I PROBABLY brought back a soccer ball to school with me. Kelsey and I PROBABLY played soccer in the hallway with it yesterday afternoon. I PROBABLY came close to dislodging a ceiling tile, and we PROBABLY got yelled at by the graduate assistant (who PROBABLY lives on our floor). We PROBABLY went back to the room, less sheepishly ashamed than amused.
Kelsey and I PROBABLY stayed up way too late last night. I PROBABLY also got up too late. :[ We PROBABLY greatly disliked having to go to class this morning, and we are PROBABLY delighted that we get to eat lunch with our friend Stacy today.
I am PROBABLY going to go now. I PROBABLY hope you have a lovely day. :]