sorry, what was i saying?! ...oh right...
of course, if that's not an option, you could always take a tip from tracy and venture off to acquire your very own aristocratic title:
My Peculiar Aristocratic Title is:
when you arrive, you're greeted with a fancy heraldic shield, and the page says, "Lady Fortune the Absurd of Greater Internetshire presents your opportunity to receive your very own eccentric British aristocratic title." ...well, it'd be rude not to accept, wouldn't it...? although in my case, of course, what with me already being QUEEN, it's not entirely necessary...but still...an honor is an honor! (i do hope the good folks of praze-an-beeble are the friendly sort, and enjoy papercrafting, since that will be our official past-time, obviously!!! i'm still working on the national anthem...just need a good rhyme for "t'internet" to finish off the chorus...)
ooh and on the same site you can get virtual fortune cookies, too! ones with proper mystical advice that can be applied to one's own unique lifestyle, such as this:
My Fortune Cookie told me:
good golly, is that uncanny or what??! it's like she's known me forever!!! that is infinitely more impressive than the so-called wisdom to be found within the cookies that came with our takeaway chinese last night! mine said, "a journey of a thousand miles begins with one small step"; ok...true enough...but i think you'll find that's an aphorism, actually, and NOT A *FORTUNE*!!!!! lovely husband jeff's said, "only the wisest and the stupidest of men never change. are you either?" well, no, cookie, as it happens he's not either...but thanks for asking! (sheesh! dissed by a dessert! of all the noive!!!) still, seeing as these were the very tasty chocolate aphorism cookies from the healthy chinese place...i guess we can overlook the lameness of said pastry enclosures.
...this time... :)