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rcjohnso

My response to your 'Meh'-ing?

Meh.

And a digital slap across your face with a wet fish.

Jane Herself

ALRIGHT! I know it's been a good year! I'm in a BAD MOOD! Plus, I really need a job, and a bundle of dynamite for my car.

MEH!!!!

Alda

Hi Jane! For what it's worth, I picked my butt up from North America and moved to Europe a few years back. My ticket? The RSA Cert in Teaching English as a Foreign Language. It was one of the best things I've ever done and I've never looked back. Good luck! (ps and thanks for reading!)

anna

ok, so I'm one of those poeple (for which there's a proper term I'm sure) that hangs out on other people's blogs reading them but never posting... but seeing as it's a new year, here I am!
I'd just like to say - Jane, I'm looking forward to meeting you at Sundance. And of course you too Rian - but I can't post on your site... and whoever else will be there as a friend-of-a-friend!

Matt Ambrose

All you gotta do is "hold on loosely, but don't let go," girl. You'll be in Prague in NO TIME. I'll come, too.

Jane Herself

Alda: It's so cool when the keepers of blogs I love post me a comment! Thanks for the words of encouragement about my whole English teaching project. I love to hear that other people have made good on that. I can't wait to get on with it. Thanks for reading, and it's MY PLEASURE to read yours.

(To wit, and to everybody: My interview went well. They don't have an immediate opening for me, but should have some substitution, some one-on-one lessons, and a possible full or part-time slot opening up soon, and if they do, I think that guy was pretty much jonesing to hire me. Good news! Especially since, with my car, the news is ALL BAD.)

Matt: you should read Alda's blog, too; since you're all "blah, blah, blah, look at me, I'm going to Iceland! Blah, blah, blah." Bitch. Also, was that a quote from 38 Special? Huh? Wha?

Anna: I can't wait to meet you, too! Sundance will rule!

nathanj

Hey CJ,
are you gonna be at Sundance the first weekend? Hope so cause that is when the party will be um, nevermind, I'm not going to do the big party voice in my text post.

Anna, nice to see you over here, by the way. Can't wait for you to meet CJ in person. I had the distinct pleasure to do so last month before Christmas. I like that we are all friends online and that it is sort of overlapping into offline.

Oh, this is what I was originally going to write here (sorry, it's 4am and I'm jet-lagging on the south coast of England). What does "Meh" mean? How does it sound when you say it? Is it a reference to some American pop culture that I've missed over the last year?

jane

Nathan: I SO CAN'T WAIT FOR THE PARTY, especially if it means I get to hang out with you again! I will be there the first weekend, and then, sadly, I must go home. I'll drive up with Rian, and then will leave on Sunday evening from Salt Lake City.

"Meh" is just whinging. You say it in the whinging-est way you can, with the expression of a totally pathetic crybaby on your face. It's my transliteration of the sound very small infants make. No pop culture involved.

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