April Fools!


I actually wrote that post on the 31st. I just decided to tack on the…

“I won’t bother with a long goodbye. I’ll just end it here. FUBAR will no longer be updated anymore.”

…part and turn it into something of a joke. But everything i said before that was true though. I really did mean everything else.

The site will still be updated but it’s gonna be pretty slow going until i can finally get back into my ‘groove’. Right now, i just really don’t feel like posting. I’ve been really out of it and i really did want to quit again. But eh… we all know i’d be back anyway even if i really did quit. Maybe a short break would be better. Besides, it’s like the last 3 weeks of school. Busy times. And i’ve got TONS of work and assignments to complete. Stuff that i was supposed to be doing last week (that i had to put off from doing because of the break up).

Anyhow, a little time off from the site would be good for a while.

I’ll update more when i have the motivation.

18 thoughts on “Hahahaha

  1. Indeed, not very convincing.

    #1 | Comment by bligityblah — April 2, 2003 @ 1:07 am

  2. hey justin, this doesn’t have anything to do with anything but you should check out this girl, Amanda Bines. She’s a looker.

    #2 | Comment by guy whos not a petaphile — April 2, 2003 @ 1:13 am

  3. doesnt Snooker mean "to fuck" or "to have sex"?

    #3 | Comment by EverSnow — April 2, 2003 @ 1:24 am

  4. I don’t think it really has any bearing that Justin officially announces his not posting for a while. I mean, its not like he does it all that regularly or anything…just saying…

    #4 | Comment by Dugas of eenodol — April 2, 2003 @ 3:19 am

  5. Lol@Dugas

    #5 | Comment by Stavros — April 2, 2003 @ 6:00 am

  6. By my definition, snookered means to be fooled.

    #6 | Comment by Seriously — April 2, 2003 @ 7:21 am

  7. good one. *cough, cough*

    #7 | Comment by thefelinepunk — April 2, 2003 @ 10:34 am

  8. "doesnt Snooker mean "to fuck" or "to have sex"?
    Posted by EverSnow – 1:24am April 2, 2003"

    "By my definition, snookered means to be fooled.
    Posted by Seriously – 7:21am April 2, 2003"

    Yeah, I always thought it meant to be fooled as well. There’s also a form of billiards called Snooker in which you try to to make shots into pockets that are just big enough for a ball to go into and alot of times you have to manipulate the geometry of the table and balls and in a sense, fool it so there ya go.

    #8 | Comment by Bryan — April 2, 2003 @ 10:59 am

  9. Yes….. he’s back!

    First post!

    #9 | Comment by Juice — April 2, 2003 @ 12:02 pm

  10. that was cool, except no one (hardly anyone) was fooled. nice try though.

    #10 | Comment by J-Dog — April 2, 2003 @ 12:02 pm

  11. you people crack me up. i shall never tire of f.u.b.a.r.

    #11 | Comment by Quantum Yield — April 2, 2003 @ 12:10 pm

  12. I don’t know about you, but I was completely snookered.

    #12 | Comment by Seriously — April 2, 2003 @ 12:39 pm

  13. Nice try, J, but no go :). I was tipped off as soon as I started reading it because it was too obvious. With all he’s had going on personally, it would server as the perfect catalyst for something like this and for the readers to actually believe it. But on the same token, it was too obvious. Good to see J is starting (albiet slowly?) to move on from the breakup and that’s good :).

    #13 | Comment by Bryan — April 2, 2003 @ 12:51 pm

  14. Can also be used on a context like:

    ‘I’d like to snooker a ball up your nostrils’

    #14 | Comment by grip — April 2, 2003 @ 2:23 pm

  15. Gee wally u sure got me 😉

    #15 | Comment by P. Orno Rocks — April 2, 2003 @ 8:56 pm

  16. suspen jua anak ani! hehe hope ure feelin better babes *hugs* (:

    #16 | Comment by deeds — April 3, 2003 @ 12:33 pm

  17. Hehe whoops i just pressed the button loads of times…

    #17 | Comment by Bungle — April 3, 2003 @ 5:57 pm

  18. When ur "snookered", your opponent has just played a shot that leaves the ball in such a position that you cannot take a shot. You’re screwed basically. THATS what it means.

    #18 | Comment by Bungle — April 3, 2003 @ 5:59 pm

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