Friday, March 17, 2006

magazines

Yesterday I left two magazines on the floor outside the office. We often do this with stuff someone else might want to read. So guess which magazine went first? And which was still there when the cleaning people came at the end of the day?

9 comments:

BASSO said...

Ok, ...given where you work and what you do, I WANT to say the New Yorker was scarfed up before it even hit the ground, but my more common sense self just knows it was the other (PEOPLE?) ... a sad testament to the society we live in and to all we hold dear ... yada yada.

Spice said...

Oh, it was so the InTouch or whatever that got snapped up. Says the person who is ditching her Newsweek subscription but keeping her one to Entertainment Weekly.

J.Po said...

Gossip magazine. Definitely.

towwas said...

Okay, okay, it was the gossip magazine. But are you telling me none of you can actually tell which gossip magazine it is? Cmon, now! "People"?! As if!

J.Bro said...

Who is Nick's revenge love? I can see that it's a generic blonde, but I can't tell which one. Hilary Duff?

Sophist said...

Is the magazine "US"? Gossip rags are more fun than New Yorker by a factor of about 10.

towwas said...

Us Weekly! Yes! Also, I told myself, a lot of people here probably already read last week's New Yorker. Orrrr maybe they'd just rather read Us Weekly.

Spice, I'm with you, I'd much rather read EW. I'd subscribe, but I can really only handle one weekly at a time, and my weekly is the New Yorker.

Right, I forget who the generic blonde is. Some chick on some TV show I'd only barely heard of. Not yet in her 20s, and if you I recall the story correctly, probably not all that involved with Nick Lachey, either. But why let truth get in the way of a good cover line?

miss shirley said...

Her name is Kristin and she was from Laguna Beach and now she is on some show where they throw big parties for deserving people on the WB or UPN or something. She's 19, and supposedly they are just friends and have hung out twice. Why do I know these things? Well, let's just say I don't have a subscritpion to New Yorker.

J.Bro said...

Miss S - thanks for knowing that! I recognize the name now from the Fugly blog. there's nothing I love more than reading about celebrities' poor fashion choices, so maybe I need to get myself a subscription to not-New Yorker.