Lill: I think we should form a girl group.

Jill: *Raises eyebrow* Did you get into tomorrow’s box of wine early?

Lill: No seriously – you can sing and I look hot in pleather.

Jill: I thought we talked about how dangerous it can be doing certain things based on a dare – I feel I should point out that this might be one of those things.

Lill: No one’s put me up to this and I’m not having a second quarter life crisis – think of how great it could be: you get implants, I perform sexual favours for all the industry connections, we throw together a GLORIOUS auto-tuned masterpiece, and BAM! – a reality show, a feature fragrance and book deal all before we’re 30!

Jill: While I’m impressed by this demonstration of creative thinking, I’m afraid it ranks far too high on the ‘ridiculous things Lillian thinks will make us rich’ scale to tempt me – this of course is right behind the idea of selling yellow feathers on eBay with the claim that they came from Big Bird, and just ahead of your tele-broker scheme to sell stock advice, of which you know nothing.

Lill: *Whining* But Jill – we could be the next Saturdays.

Jill: We’re too old.

Lill: So we’ll get botox! We could be the next Veronicas!

Jill: We’re not Aussies.

Lill: We can fake accents and say Paul Hogan’s your uncle – We could be the next t.A.T.u!

Jill: We’re not Russian lesbians.

Lill: We could –

Jill: NO, we couldn’t…

Lill: I’m disappointed in you Jillian – I even drafted a business model, wrote our first single, and designed costumes for our world tour.

Jill: *Sigh* Why am I always feeling like Ethel next to your Lucy?

Lill: Hmm…maybe ’cause I once dated that Cuban guy?

Jill: *Sigh* Yeah, I’m sure that’s it.


About Lill and Jill

We are Lillian and Jillian; best friends and roommates. We blog to capture the seemingly trivial moments of thought and expression that make us smile; the often-times ridiculous way we see the world and how we live in it. We ask that you think well of us despite our propensity for drinking saccharine-laden alcoholic beverages, affection for 90′s boy-bands, and regular inappropriateness.

6 responses »

  1. jensine says:

    I’m in if the requirements are: you can’t sing, you can’t dance and you really shouldn’t wera thight clothes …

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