April 18, 2000 4:00 PM   Subscribe

Caroline celebrates her ageing process tomorrow!! Happy birthday!
posted by tomcosgrave (15 comments total)
There sure seem to be a lot of birthdays in April, what exactly was nine months before April? Is everyone the result of some hot August night?
posted by mathowie at 4:17 PM on April 18, 2000

Nope, nine months would be July, and too late to be Conceived on the Fourth of July, too. Of course, they could all be preemies, but...
Hey... Waitaminute... NEIL DIAMOND?!?!?!?!?!?
(does anybody living today admit to remembering when Neil Diamond had hair like on that album cover?)

I think the entire site is getting off topic today... when is Crazy Uncle Joe coming back to whip us all back in line?
posted by wendell at 4:26 PM on April 18, 2000

Oh my god... I hate to admit this, but I actually own TWO(2) copies of that album. Vinyl and CD. I also have a video of an improvised dance done by a friend and I to the opening. That freaking album is the source of so many giggles. And the quote on the inside is a killer: "The stage is the god-damndest woman I ever saw."

As Bob said, "There are two types of people in this world: those who like Neil Diamond and those who don't." I don't *like* Neil Diamond, but I seem to have an inordinate amount of his music... and I think I would have a ball at a Neil Diamond concert. Hee!

posted by stefnet at 6:33 PM on April 18, 2000

Who feels like setting up a "webloggers birthdays" site?

OK, maybe I should do it.

Hmm. Work. Sigh.
posted by Succa at 7:16 PM on April 18, 2000

In school and college ALL my friends had birthdays in either March, April or May.
37 today - dear oh dear oh dear, I must be one of the grandmothers in weblogging

posted by prolific at 11:29 PM on April 18, 2000

thanks to all of you, i now have "shilo" in my head...
my birthday is in two weeks, so i guess i am the product of a hot august night. especially in texas.
posted by bluishorange at 6:11 AM on April 19, 2000

On a hot summer night, someone offered her throat to the wolf with the red roses...
posted by baylink at 6:33 AM on April 19, 2000

37? no way. i wouldn't have placed you over 25.

uh, but 37 is still young and fine. certainly in your case.
posted by Zeldman at 11:25 AM on April 19, 2000

37? You're a babe!

Anyway, life ain't over yet.

Steve (46)
posted by Steven Den Beste at 11:38 AM on April 19, 2000

I don't think men EVER get much older than 11, women around 16/17. I still feel as stupid as I felt then, anyway.

posted by prolific at 12:55 PM on April 19, 2000

"The only difference between men and boys
is the size of their lies and the price of their toys."
posted by Steven Den Beste at 4:14 PM on April 19, 2000

Happy Birthday! You're 18, but with 19 years of experience...
posted by Lasara at 11:22 PM on April 19, 2000

poor caroline; here she was hoping to have a massive come on .....well she uses the word 'several' today, one of which I am now ... so sever away already. Here is a birthday present for caroline my habitat sharee and lugalllogalong competition
posted by poetpiet at 12:55 AM on April 20, 2000

Interesting 404
posted by prolific at 1:21 AM on April 20, 2000

"Du bist alt! Du bist sehr alt!! Just kidding."

What should I have said to be properly Dutch, Prol? I only kn(e|o)w the Deutsch.
posted by jason at 1:02 PM on April 20, 2000

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