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Sunday, November 26, 2006

Sarah Lane…I Mean, Moran…Is Punny

Sarah’s got an awesome sense of humor:

Cambodian Chronicles: The Final Chapter

Siem Reap marked the end of our time in Cambodia, and although our next official destination was Bali, Indonesia, our plane tickets called for a 24-hour layover in Bangkok first. In the interest of time, we’d reluctantly decided to cut Thailand out of our itinerary during our travel planning, so even though the layover was somewhat inconvenient, we felt like at least this way we were getting our “one night in Bangkok” after all. As a side note, my dad used to love that song so much he owned the 45. If you don’t know what I’m talking about, then you’re making me feel old. Go buy yourself a Shirley Temple.

[sarah. on the run.]

Never mind the scariness that I do know what she’s talking about, it’s downright terrifying that I actually have the song in my iTunes library. I guess I grabbed it along with a large batch of ’80s music that I’ve been collecting.

Anyhow, even more Sarah wittiness: she sometimes signs off a journal entry with some cutesy-ass valediction. This particular entry ended with:

Later taters

Another that amused me was:

Until next time, I remain,
Sarah “I Survived the Trans-Siberian Express and All You Got Was This Lousy Story” Moran

Her early entries often closed with various incarnations of the Master Card “priceless” ad campaign. They were great. Too bad she sorta stopped doing them.

» Posted by ALBj at 01:48 AM (ET)
Category: Musings

Comments

Ah, but do you have One Night in Bangkok from the British or American version of the soundtrack? (The soundtrack being Chess, of course.) I happen to have the American version on CD while my wife has the British version. :-) (And, iirc, the British version is the one that was the hit.)

» Posted by Tanner Lovelace
November 27, 2006 02:22 PM

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