Saturday, August 7, 2010

Roasted Cricket




Locust
Not this...



THIS.


Why not visit Eddie Bluelights, at Clouds and Silvery Linings, and see my roast, right now? Find out what the buzz is all about. Get it? Buzz? Um... well, never mind. Dumb joke. Just go, ok? Thanks.


Respectfully Yours,


Cricket



9 comments:

TechnoBabe said...

Hi Cricket, I read the Sunday Roast and I would like to say it is great to read your blog. I would like to visit your blog regularly. Enjoy your weekend and I hope you have lots of people checking out your blog after reading the Sunday Roast.

Andy said...

Hey Cricket! Congrats! I've got a buddy that was recently roasted over there.

I'm headed to the big event right after I hit this "publish your comment" button.

Just don't forget the little people... (wink)

Bernie said...

Hello Cricket so nice to meet you. I so enjoyed your answers on the Roast today.....well done!
......:-) Hugs

Joanna Jenkins said...

Just read your Roast over at Eddie's. Fabulous job! It's nice getting to know you better. I'm always interested in how blog names came about and that explains yours!

I'll be back again soon to read more....

jj

lime said...

i really enjoyed that. it was great to see a picture of you and larva to fill in the imagination a bit more. and your st. cricket answer made me smile....though the embarrassing story was pretty funny.

Suldog said...

Excellent! I've been waiting for your roast. Heading over right now.

Eddie Bluelights said...

Hi Cricket.
Thanks again for appearing on the SR. Blogland is a bit quiet at the moment but I expect some will catch the roast on their return from holidays etc.

Ananda girl said...

Great roast! I enjoyed the answers very much. Oh and by the way...
you are a saint.

Cricket said...

Thanks to you all. Glad you enjoyed the roast.

TechnoBabe and Joanna - Welcome to Cricket and Porcupine.

Ananda - A saint? Me? Hardly, just ask my wife, but thanks. I try. Still, often the best I can manage is "not a total a-hole." Oh, well. I'm working on it.

Every saint had a past; every sinner has a future. That's what I'm going with right now.