*Loud high-pitched noise*

Jill: ARGH! LILLIAN! Why do you insist upon keeping, and worse, USING that printer?!

*Loud high-pitched noise*

Lill: I have to read this report for my morning meeting – and leave Dot my dot matrix printer alone.

*Loud high-pitched noise*

Jill: *Hands covering ears* It’s been broken forever and belongs in the Smithsonian – you need to put Dot out of her misery.

*Loud high-pitched noise*

Lill: She knows her end is nigh – she’s calling out for her mate!


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.

5 responses »

  1. danbohmer says:

    Wow, a Star dot matrix was actually the first printer I ever owned…a long time ago!

    • Yeah, it was my Dad’s – he rarely used it (obviously) but now if I need parts I have to order them from the moon and they cost three times as much as the printer was originally worth…I’m basically waiting for it to die on its own while torturing my loved ones with it in the meantime :-)…L

  2. jensine says:

    the dying swan song … or dots demise

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