coryanotado: (pwned - zidane fighter)
Cory: Now it smells a little like penis.
Suzanne: What does penis smell like? Equate that to something.
Cory: PENIS! Penis smells like penis. It smells like male vagina or something.

-- END SCENE --
coryanotado: (angry - grim)


Why did you put underwear on my head?
coryanotado: (home - philippine pie chart)
Last night, me and Suzanne went to the Boulevard Diner after a day shopping at Franklin Mills. You know this diner, Philly folks: It's the one next to the Nabisco plant up the Boulevard. It used to be the Ritz diner, and after a while laying dormant and decrepit (I remember getting a flat and turning into the lot of a boarded up, mirrored diner), they're back as the Boulevard Diner.

Walking in, the diner was reminiscent of the Midtown I and II (Suzanne noted), but to me, it looked like an diner straight out of the 80s. To give an even better old-time diner feel, and much to my surprise, XM Radio's 60s station had a throwback to old-time WFIL. For the clipping from Philly.com, click here. ) It was cool, if not a bit bizarre.

For dinner, I had my normal breakfast type dinner: challah french toast (oh my good gravy so freaking big) and two eggs (which were tasty, if not a bit dry). Suzanne had spanakopita with a Greek salad and thoroughly enjoyed it. For desert, Suzanne had a rather tasty strawberry cheesecake, and the bite I had made me agree. Between us, both cost a bit above $20. We were both fill. I don't think we finished a thing.

For entrees, Suzanne found out that a drink and dessert are included in the price of the entree.

I recommend the Boulevard Diner whole heartedly. Lasallians. Who's up for some eatings soon?
coryanotado: (Default)
And I came across this letter.



It is an actual, ten-page letter from what seems to be about the early 1940s, so around World War II.

It is extremely dirty.

Granted, we tend to forget that in the early part of the 20th century, people were allowed to be pervy and nasty and sex-driven; at least, I do. This letter is a fresh reminder that even since the early 20th century, some people were real freaky nasty.

Confessions of a Southern Girl
Circa Early 1940s
Transcribed by Cory Anotado
Note from the transcriber: Best ten bucks I ever spent.


I was married quite young, not quite sixteen, but was good looking and had a good husband, and was mother of two children: a boy and a girl. Everything went fine until I was 28 years old, then my husband died.

After a year or so, men began to pay attention to me again, but there was no one dear to me but my deceased husband.

There was a burglar scare about this time in my neighborhood and I was all worked up about this and afraid to go to sleep at night. Some of the neighbors advised me to get a dog that would be respected by strangers. I saw an advertisement in the paper about a lady going north who would like a home for her Saint Bernard dog. I went over to see him. He sure was a beauty; so large and gentle like a lamb.
Can you see where this is going? OBVIOUSLY NSFW. )
So there's the story. If I can get to a scanner, I'll scan it in.
coryanotado: (Default)


Amen and amen.
coryanotado: (advice - anotado advice)
Fast Fact™: Cory Anotado can punch through a brick wall with his bare penis.

Fast Fact™: Cory Anotado can beat up a scorpion using only his ejaculate.

Fast Fact™: Cory Anotado can eat a whole cow by himself, but he'd rather just touch himself instead.

Fast Fact™: Cory Anotado can make microwave popcorn just by sitting on the bag.

Fast Fact™: Cory Anotado can out-cute a guinea pig.
coryanotado: (confused - ask jeeves)
Suz: I am SOO tempted to call you "Sexypants McGee"
Cory: And you're not why?
Suz: Good question!
Suz: Sexypants McGee!
Suz: Then I would smack your ass.
Suz: How about them apples?
Cory: I likes it!
Suz: You just like me touching your butt.
Cory: Oh, just a whole lot.
Suz: [insert Homestar here]
Suz: You know, I could use another Homestar clone. Perhaps Homestare.
Suz: The ghetto Homestar.
Suz: Yo, baby, I'm HomeSTARE Runner!
Cory: Homestaaaaare runner!
Suz: ::grabs crotch::
Cory: Oh baby!
Suz: ::pistol whips a cop::
coryanotado: (sports - you're with me leather)


Thank you, Suzanne, for making me sweeter than I already am. Heheheh!
coryanotado: (suz - nu eat!)
I am currently groggy from my filet mignon. I'll explain later. In a nutshell? Suzanne decided to surprise me and come down from Chambersburg to hang out with me on this lovely v-day week!

She took me to dinner. There was steak.

And I'm getting my eyebrow pierced tomorrow.

SO MUCH STEAK. STEAK STEAK STEAK STEAK STEAK STEAK STEAK STEAK STEAK STEAK STEAK STEAK STEAK STEAK STEAK STEAK STEAK STEAK STEAK STEAK STEAK STEAK.

End. Fin!
coryanotado: (silly - I pinch)

Management always has the right to change the list. This is the final list!

1. Suzanne

Suzanne, my lovely girlfriend, obviously tops my list again. Throughout struggles and fights, ups and downs, happy moments and trying times, we’ve grown as a couple and as people, and I know that I truly love her. Even through struggles like moving off to college and the difficulties of a long-distance relationship, we’ve managed to be stronger than ever. I appreciate what she does for me, I treasure her in my life and I love her to pieces.

2. Lolo and Lola
My grandparents, Rev. Paquito M. Anotado and Mrs. Lilia G. Anotado (I like formally typing their names out like that. It’s fun), retired this summer. Their initial plan was to take things slow and retire and move back to the Philippines after I graduated from college. An eager homebuyer in the States and extremely cheap land in the Philippines sped up the plan. It really was difficult seeing Lolo and Lola (the Tagalog words for grandpa and grandma) leave. They had essentially raised me; watching me while my mom and dad were at work. I’m glad that they’re happy in their giant house in the Philippines.

3. St. Basil Court
This was the year I moved on campus and started living at La Salle University. It was a pretty drastic change, moving from home where I had complete privacy but detachment from campus to being connected to campus but having someone (namely, my roommate Tim) being around when I’m trying to masturbate. Tim and I had a rough adjustment, but I think we’re OK now. And my floor really isn’t all that bad, except for Fucking Donna who lives across the hall. Those who live on the floor know what I’m talking about.

4. Deal or No Deal
Every so often, I create a game that generates a little traffic to my website. And usually, it’s something people usually don’t see online. When Deal or No Deal hit it big in the states, I took it upon myself to create the online version, as I am wont to do. It actually turned out pretty well, despite some coding flaws with the banker, but those were fixed rather quickly. I put it on Newgrounds.com and it ended up with Daily 3rd Place, front-page honors, and a metric fuck-ton of views. Addicting Games wanted it on their website, and as soon as you know it, the game has had over 1.5 million plays in the course of a month. Then Endemol Holdings found out and struck the game out all over the Internet.

5. Meal or No Meal
Well, Addicting Games saw the amazing potential that this stupid little game of luck had, and the advertising revenue that it brought in, and decided to say, “Hey, Cory. We’ll pay you money if you convert Deal or No Deal into a game that we can keep onto the website without fear of death by the hands of Endemol.” That was a good enough deal (no pun intended) for me to officially become a professional video game programmer. At this rate, Pacdude Games, an official game house produces about 2 officially published games a year. Crazy!

6. Wilson College
Suzanne goes there. I visit every so often. It is 3 hours away. I love it. I love the atmosphere. I love the class structure. I love my friends up there. The food is awesome, and hey, they have a big screen TV and no one complains when I watch ESPN. Beth, Karen, Yeip, Alicia, Rosa… Gah, so many people! It really has shaped me going up there. I’m learning to love the small-town feel that Chambersburg, PA has, and hey, I love the drive.

7. La Salle University Class of 2006
Specifically, the friends I made in that class. George, Ray, Fay, Ed, Renee, Doc, Terry, Pat and Ben come immediately to mind as people I knew, hung out with, trusted and became good friends with. Graduation also made me realize that friends in college are fleeting. Treasure them, collegiate friends. They won’t be around forever. Or they’ll become sports anchors for a small market in Wyoming.

8. Ken Jennings
Or, more specifically, Ken’s book, Brainiac. I am in the book, spouting off gibberish about Family Feud lights and stuff. More importantly, it showed me that yes, some of the thing that I do online actually make a difference. (I founded buzzerblog.com and because of the quick traffic growth we had, Ken Jennings interviewed me. As if I have credibility.) No one’s really said much of anything to me without me showing them the book, so well, it’s just a little reminder of who I was, always with me in print.

9. The Programming Center
My job in the programming center is one of the best jobs I’ve ever had. The pay is good, the hours are great, and I’ve made a couple new friends due to the job and the stuff I’ve had to do with it. I work Late Night events and get to hang out with awesome people (like Jo Anna, so shut up, you’re in the stupid Pacdude 10) and do fun stuff. It’s a big job, too, so it’s not like I’m taking stuff lightly, but it really is a lot of fun. Speaking of which, I wonder what my hours are this semester…

10. WEXP

True, it’s only a college radio station. True, it’s no big deal. But hey, when I didn’t get elected as program manager and stupid Douche got elected as GM, it hurt. The whole ordeal was trying emotionally and mentally, because I put so much of my heart and soul into the station, and I could see it slipping away. I’ve slowed my role with the station, and it’s calmed me and really given me time to do other stuff, and the station’s management is realizing that Douche was a bad choice, so that’s good. Maybe I’ll run for program manager in the Spring. Who knows?

coryanotado: (la salle - Explorers)
This is [livejournal.com profile] colorwhirl, bringing you your daily [livejournal.com profile] pacdude info post.

And by "daily", I really mean "monthly" or perhaps "bi-monthly" or even "quarterly".

Anyway, we are here to report that one Mr. Cory Anotado (Cory says "Hey! That's ME!") received a much more excellent grade on his LIT 250 final than expected. We do not feel the need to report said A, but rest assured that a high grade was procured by this sexy lump of manmeat.

That is all!
And in case you don't hear from Cory before Christmas, Merry Christmas everyone!
xoxo,
-suzanne

PS: "If I was a set of vowels, you'd be 'Y', Suzanne!"
-Cory, again

Home.

Nov. 23rd, 2006 03:18 am
coryanotado: (philly - skyline)
I'm home. This is a temporary thing; I go back on Sunday night or so. But, I'm home.

I saw my high school Writing teacher today. He called me up to help him fix his printer. I think I fixed the problem. He and his wife, who is the French teacher at my high school, live in this nice house in Roxborough. They have no kids, but seem to be forever in love. It's really nice. He played basketball for Temple in the 50s. Division One. Whooooo.

I'm thankful I'm home. I'm thankful I'm Suzanne's partner. I'm thankful I have a warm bed and a fridge with some semblance of food. I'm thankful I'm alive and well and happy.
coryanotado: (silly - James Lipton brings the ass)
Well, I'm back in Philly. The drive was pretty good; even the traffic wasn't all that bad once I got off the Turnpike. I have some laundry to do, I have a trophy, and I'm making ramen noodles. I'm not doing so bad.

Tim's computer's acting funny, and I can't help but hear his bitching about it. It's time to get that tablet PC he doesn't need!

I owe [livejournal.com profile] a_blue_orange some music.
I owe [livejournal.com profile] colorwhirl a great time next time she's here in Philly. This weekend was awesome.

Once a certain Jessica Buchanan gets me my raw pictures of me this weekend, I will share.

Now, there's some soup with my name on it.
coryanotado: (silly - I pinch)
Suzanne.

She is my girlfriend.

She is on fall break.

Now, what is a girl to do when she has a fall break and a boy in Philadelphia?

Perhaps, maybe, she should come to Philadelphia and spend the weekend!

What I'm trying to say is, Suzanne is here! On my bed! Reading about sustainablility for generations to come! Tomorrow night here at La Salle, I'm hosting Family Feud. There are a multitude of puns, catchphrases, and book citations I could make here, but let's be for serious: I'll spare you of those for now.

Let's hope someone (and I guess I'll call my boss tomorrow and remind her because Lord knows I'm going to forget this anyway) brings a camera so that I can look pretty, if not professional.

And I don't want to wear a tie tomorrow.
coryanotado: (silly - pigs can't play soccer)
[Poll #748918]
coryanotado: (romantic - i think i'm in love)
Me, Dad, and Grandpa are sitting in the living room, watching the Phils lose again. Lolo's reading the paper and my dad's going off about cooking pizza. The only think I can think about is the past two days. The past two brilliant, wonderful, amazing days.

I spent them with my girlfriend, Suzanne. I'm pretty sure you know her by now. [livejournal.com profile] colorwhirl. Sound familiar? Good.

Our one-year anniversary was Friday. We met for dinner in Chinatown at the Cherry Street Vegetarian Chinese Place™. It was very tasty, with their faux meat and all. Then, we walked around before finding a nice Chinese bakery to eat cakes with. Afterwards, we went back to her place and slow danced on her roof deck. Slow dancing with my sweet Suzanne on the roof with the Philadelphia skyline is my kind of date.

We then traded gifts. She gave me gifts with symbolism (which are the best kinds of gifts, of course). "This is what we have," she said. I opened the small box, covered in aluminum foil. Law and Order: The First Year. "We've been together for one year. And, this gift is what I hope we get." I open the smaller box, covered in more aluminum foil. Law and Order: The Second Year. I *squeeeeee!* in delight as my excitement for Law and Order and my total awe of my girlfriend and the wonderful idea for the gift she gave me come together in a giant squeegasm. Suzanne has always lamented about her wonderful G3 Tangerine iBook. So, I got her one. Mac OS 9.2, Airport card, 3 GB hard drive. She totally loved it.

Afterwards, we played with the iBook, we watched some Law and Order, we snuggled, made kissy faces and acted generally adorable. I love her so much.

The next day I'll talk about tomorrow or so.
coryanotado: (range game)
Now that summer's here, and boredom kicks into full swing, I guess it's about time I actually write in my LJ as opposed to posting pictures, polls, and other stupid shit.

Here's the quick, condensed version of the last... oh, month or so.

>> I am starting to get weary of the radio station. Our current GM is a real dick, most of the people who I had the most fun with and enjoyed the most at the radio station are leaving, and the only real reasons for me to stick around are Dana (my cohost), Dawn (my advisor), and the alumni wanting me to keep everything in check. So, yeah. I'll stick around.

>> A lot of my friends at La Salle are seniors. Doc, George, Juliano, Ben, Phogan, Ray, Terry, Betsy, Renee, Beverly... That's just counting on both hands. There's a ton more. Flanny, Beth... Tons of them. I'm going to miss all of them. Congratulations, guys. You worked hard and you're free. I know a lot of you didn't want to leave. If that's really the case, then you would have intentionally failed. ::grin::

>> My summer grant money should be coming this week. I shouldn't have to get a job this summer. That means, time to spend with [livejournal.com profile] colorwhirl!

>> Me and Suz's ONE-YEAR ANNIVERSIRATIONFEST is coming up on May 26. Man, the past year has been awesome. Outstanding. Wonderful. Phenominal. I love Suzanne. I really do.

>> Lolo and I are going to a Phillies game on the 29th. Phils/Nationals with DOLLAR DOG NIGHT. It's going to be fun.

>> The icons I need the most: "Who has two thumbs and hates you? This guy," an icon of Cronk from The Emperor's New Groove, and possibly some kind of Aaron Rowand icon. That man is a hero.

I'll post more. I swear. Toodles!
coryanotado: (i think i'm in love)
You are my sunshine,
my sexy sunshine.
You make me happy
when skies are gray.
I hope you know that
I'll always love you,
and that you'll be
my sunshine today.

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