Saturday, September 27, 2008

The Tale of Two Silly Sisters

Once upon a time, there were two silly sisters.
They were pretty happy being silly,

Despite their rather disturbing facial features at times, one of the sisters was happy to have just extracted a pea that had been in her nose for 3 days, and the other just got lasik. What's there not to be happy about?

One day, these silly sisters faced one of the biggest crises they had ever faced together.

One of the sisters saw a beautiful specimen of a man walking on campus. And not just any man. I mean, look at him! He's worth kissy faces and more!

These silly sisters dreamed about him,

They even sat in front of the mirror for hours, practicing looking as attractive as possible to impress him.

But they knew that in the end, one of them was going to win this man's heart, and that meant that the other was going to lose.

At first, they were both determined to win him. This was war after all.

But after a while, neither of them felt very happy. And this did not help them attract the man.

In order to save their relationship (they were sisters after all) one of the sisters tried going after other men. She wasn't too successful. Some were too tall, others too short, and then there was that one who wouldn't stop talking about his job cleaning fish tanks.

Then, one summer day, the man asked one of the silly sisters on a date. The other one tried to be happy for her.

And actually, she was. Because the man and the silly sister ended up falling in love and living happily ever after. The silly sisters went back to being just as silly as before, except this time, they had another silly face to join theirs

*Disclaimer: Diane was never chasing Barney and we would never fight anyway. It was just for the sake of the story. Oh, and no, I didn't try dating John E. :)


Jen said...

Crazy. Clever. Cool.

Dianey Face said...

BLACKMAIL!!!!! I actually love it.

Courtenay said...

Very cute Mary!

sara said...

You're so cool and inspiring and creative. Gosh! This reminds me of the road-trip books we made for Mateo and Ted when we copied our faces. Man, how technology has changed!

Jeremy and Kendra said...

luv the story! luv the pictures! luv the creativity! you are silly and wonderful - thanks for the reminder to be sillier in my own life!:)