December 14th, 2009

back of riley's head

Gatsby's not trying to impress Daisy; he's trying to impress the back of Riley's head

I just finished up my The Great Gatsby essay while ago. While pathvain_aelien was proofreading it, she tried to paste a quote I had included to a different paragraph, but accidentally pasted something from a text file I have on how often I have used each of my userpics (because I've started trying not to leave any of my userpics unused for too long) instead, since it happened to still be in the clipboard. The resulting sentence said:

As Nick states, , back of Riley's head