I just got back from voting and the line wasn’t bad at all and it was as smooth as usual. They were running low on stickers because the voter turn-out is much higher than usual (go democracy!) so I printed my own.
(You can print your own here.)
And now as we all nervously watch the results let’s have some fun. If your name + your last text message is your campaign slogan what would yours be?
Mine would be:
Jenny Lawson: I NEVER SIGNED UP FOR THIS.
463 thoughts on “I left my house today to fight for your rights and all I got was a sticker and the chance to change the world.”
Read comments below or add one.
For a second there I was jealous that you had a cool sticker, and regretting doing an absentee ballot!
Anonymous: Please feed the dogs.
Fitting, I think. Dorothy Barker probably agrees. Also, THANK YOU for voting.
Hell yes. 👊🏻👍🏻
PS: I had no idea that posting that Twitter link meant you would end up with a huge-ass picture of me in your comments. Feel free to delete. 😳
Becci Marquez: Okie Dokie
kala van den heuvel: got your christmas lists ready? lol
Katie Lynn: She gets it. (I am thoroughly chuffed that this is actually true)
Susan Richards: Are you KIDDING ME?
(Even if you don’t vote for me, VOTE!)
Dana: I’ve got the shivers
Ellen Zachos: You’re welcome. Now goodnight.
Very taken with your sticker, “I voted It’s like punch a Nazis but safely”! Nicely done yet again 🙂
Nancy Lyons: Great! Thanks for letting me know.
Mandy: I’m sorry your morning is no good!
You’re going to get so many amazing responses 🙂
Liz Parker: There’s a slight possibility it might be that Friday but I’m leaning towards Saturday.
Lisa Rhudy: Playing The “Not My Circus Game” this morning. That’s not very inspiring, is it? I did vote, though, ’cause this is my circus. The shit-flinging monkeys are not mine, however.
Daisy Bateman: What the hell, we’ll brave the kidpocalypse.
Heather Mosko: I have a 4:15 hair cut appointment
Michelle Barnes: I already voted. Can you please take me off this list?
Sounds about right.
“Every time I look at this I think of you.” And that’s why I have to vote! Can’t believe these last texts work so well!
I read “last text message” as “last tweet” and since I’m not on Twitter that meant my campaign slogan would be “Laura Cunningham: SILENCE.”
latenac: he left before you texted
seems about right. I realized this morning the whole reason I don’t do early voting is so I can get a sticker.
Jennifer Jones: Gotta keep karma on your side!
Jill Solem:I bet nobody knew I was in my pjs.
Shelley Tee: Yay! Me too!
Tricia Miller: Next time I will be better prepared.
Julie: Will you be here for supper Friday?
Anon: just a bit… just the tip….
Holly Rusak: Did you get more sleep?
TBH, this is exactly the kind of campaign I would run. We should ALL get more sleep.
Regan Avery: HaHA! (at least people will know I’m an evil dictator from the outset)
Emilia Robin: “I’m gonna get you a trophy or something”
Jessica Stratton: I have an itch
“do you need the weights?”
Alan Simpson: I miss the days of good wins.
I will never understand those who don’t vote. I get a thrill every time I go to the polls; its why I don’t do absentee (unless I’m out of the country).
Anne: I can’t ask people if our kids can sleep at their house. They have to be invited or it’s rude.
Anonymous: WHEN THE F*** WILL THIS BE OVER?
“I was just checking my spices the other day and thought I need to go buy a fresh jar of sage.”
The campaign slogan for foodies. 🙂
Michelle: Thank you
Anony Mouse: It’s not too bad today.
Sara N – OBVIOUSLY
Kim Taylor: Wow! Same eyes, same nose, same jaw, same chin.
Jess Isaacks: I knew it would happen.
I voted by mail a couple of weeks ago; hoping for positive changes. Wish voting early meant I didn’t have to submit to any more advertising peppered with lies!
Josh Thomson: Quest… for Queso!
Susan Carroll-Clark: Okey, sounds good.
Candice Henderson: DOES THAT WORK FOR YOU?
Read: “it had better because there’s no other option”.
Jennifer Kent: No worries. I absolutely have something you can wear.
I forgot to say thank you – to Jenny and everyone else who leaves the safety of their zone and gets out there to vote today! You’re heroes. This is right up there with running into burning houses in my opinion.
Erin Snyder: My eyes kept glazing over.
Kim Lesk: I saw. I think I might need this today.
I feel like “I might need this today” is kind of my life slogan.
Amanda Stidham – Why do you wait til the last minute big buddy? Isn’t that stressful?
Caroline Reich: OK, great, thanks!
Not sure what that means, but it could be worse. Yay for voting!
Jennifer A: It was the gov logistics lead sitting here talking work to fred.
p.s. I’m going to vote after my doc appt today.
I voted and brought my oldest daughter.
Cassandra Crane: There is no one who can watch my kid tomorrow I wont be there.
RUFFIN: I’m in the garden shop, where are you?
Owen: Yeah, that made me laugh!
Nora Glaser: sometimes I poop too much and then I get tired
Sharon Barrett: That’s the stupidest thing I’ve heard today.
As part of my vow to become more involved locally I signed up for working the polls on Election Day. I head in to work this afternoon as an official Election Inspector, leaving early to allow extra time for my own vote casting before I work of course!
Also, my campaign slogan would be
Teresa Rothman: I’m making lasagna for dinner, do you guys want some?
Art Smith: Already did!
Aileen Sitero- kk, love you
My sticker would read, “Today I participated in the illusion of democracy,” even though I’ve participated in the illusion for about 37 years. Yep, I’m ancient.
Angela Massengale: Rent check get turned in?
This is pretty much the story of my life…
Michael LaRocca: The really good news is that I invented RoachCam this morning. #AmWriting #NaNoWriMo
Jennifer: Holy Crap!!
Lori Olson – Gotcha
Nora Glaser: sometimes I poop too much then I get tired
Campaign slogan: “You could do worse!”
Oh … wait … you already did.
You rock, per usual.
Amelia Wherry – Jesus. You should ask her if you can help her with something.
Scottee – “I’m jealous of your meme gifs!”
Jamie: Uh oh. Stupid fat fingers.
Jen Lawson: I’ll really be putting this “make and freeze” thing to the test! (I can’t focus on any of my orders today (because, democracy), so I’m cooking ahead for Thanksgiving…been told by a chef/author I admire and respect that much of what we have for Turkey Day freezes beautifully. So I’m cooking my stress away.)
Oops sorry for the double post…still tired from my morning constitutional
it’s fucking nasty out
Kate George: No one will notice.
Marnica: His wallet is in pretty good shape, I think.
Darlynne: I hope you know how proud we are of you.
Well, not exactly the battle cry I was going for, but at least I said something kind for a change. Thank you for the stickers. Is it ok to share them?
Solstice: Do you need/want anything from Trader Joe’s?
With a slogan like that, how could I possibly lose??
Also, yay to all who voted. One of the least backwards things about Arizona is that we can vote by mail, so I voted in my pjs and celebrated immediately after with wine.
Chanandler: No denying they’re sisters!
Sandra Mc: Happy Diwali!
Cindy Grove: And just for the record I was the one keeping it classy
Dannielle Insalaco: “love you too”
Shelley MacGregor: Can I use your dryer?
Joyce Pugh: I understand 😘
Also, I completely love this and totally stole the idea!
Selina: do YOU want to go see Neil Gaiman with me next week?
Serena Gutnik: Silly mood.
I’m Tracy. TIME’S UP!
Ruth Johnson: the fan club is still accepting new members
Amy Fry: Don’t Forget To Vote; See You Tomorrow
Jon Ofjord: Wouldn’t that be cool!
Bill Fenlon: Not Frank Underwood?
tikaanidog: I’ve been stabbed, don’t like it. (had a blood draw this morning). go vote!! (voted by mail – love it:))
Jodi Manning: Loves you
Tracey: Well, let’s hope you get good news for your and his sake!
Lisa Vickery: The girls are very excited!
LOL! I would vote for all of you!
Leigh Ann: You’re welcome! I was shocked! Shocked I say! To hear from you at this hour! 😉
PJ Fincher And I did it. I deleted my Facebook
Brown Good morning babe
Alien: Even I wasn’t driving and could have had a drink, there was not enough alcohol in the pub to make it tolerable
hey, hey, most excellent! I’ll be going off to vote when the bread is rising 🙂
Sarah Schaefer: You’re so good at calendars. ❤️
Emily Fowler: Thinking of You
No one wants the mass of immigrants marching toward our country. But if you lived where they live, you’d march too.
A wall is not the answer. If we continue to turn our backs on people who need us, inside and outside our borders, we will crumble as a society. Our wall may still stand, but we won’t.
no one leaves home unless
home is the mouth of a shark
you only run for the border
when you see the whole city running as well
your neighbours running faster than you
breath bloody in their throats
the boy you went to school with
who kissed you dizzy behind the old tin factory
is holding a gun bigger than his body
you only leave home
when home won’t let you stay.
no one leaves home unless home chases you
fire under feet
hot blood in your belly
it’s not something you ever thought of doing
until the blade burnt threats into
and even then you carried the anthem under
only tearing up your passport in an airport toilets
sobbing as each mouthful of paper
made it clear that you wouldn’t be going back.
you have to understand,
that no one puts their children in a boat
unless the water is safer than the land
no one burns their palms
no one spends days and nights in the stomach of a truck
feeding on newspaper unless the miles travelled
means something more than journey.
no one crawls under fences
no one wants to be beaten
no one chooses refugee camps
or strip searches where your
body is left aching
because prison is safer
than a city of fire
and one prison guard
in the night
is better than a truckload
of men who look like your father
no one could take it
no one could stomach it
no one skin would be tough enough
go home blacks
sucking our country dry
niggers with their hands out
they smell strange
messed up their country and now they want
to mess ours up
how do the words
the dirty looks
roll off your backs
maybe because the blow is softer
than a limb torn off
or the words are more tender
than fourteen men between
or the insults are easier
than your child body
i want to go home,
but home is the mouth of a shark
home is the barrel of the gun
and no one would leave home
unless home chased you to the shore
unless home told you
to quicken your legs
leave your clothes behind
crawl through the desert
wade through the oceans
your survival is more important
no one leaves home until home is a sweaty voice in your ear
run away from me now
i dont know what i’ve become
but i know that anywhere
is safer than here.
The Huntress 915: He cat punched the vacuum, those are some serious cat balls. True story.
Bower: Your ID is on the desk. That’s oddly specific…
Garrick Strom: won 9ball as well
Natalie Fairley: can you bring up the lozenges please
Lori Parker: I’m so afraid she’s going to get hurt!
I voted in the hopes that one day I can go back to being proud to be a citizen of this country. l also would really like to feel the end of the constant turmoil in my chest that began with the 2016 election results and hasn’t stopped since. I have never been so informed and so completely horrified and dismayed.
Lisa Hayes: Yep
Miriam Noble; I’ll do what I can for now.
Wow that sounds so underwhelming!
Kim G.- I am NOT making flash cards! Figure it out!
Lise Wertlieb: I have my ballot filled out, I have to drop it off!!
Sarah Dickens: We made awkward eye contact. 🙄
Heather Pollock: Good ideas! 😁
“Pet sitter secured”
Lauren DeHaan: Welp, gotta do the Civic duty thing
I voted last week & the little sticker I got was so much lamer than these. I love your blog, your books, & your strangely honest musings. Or maybe honestly strange.
Rebecca H: That is a well fed hawk.
mine is either: Karrie Comatas: Yay! or :Shipped: your amazon package with BlueQ Control Your Family Breath Spray will be delivered Friday. Both are sorta me summed up pretty well.
Can I call? My slogan sucks 🙁 But I voted absentee back on 10/22, so I need to print me a sticker 🙂
“Amanda Katsaros: It’s nuts!” Hmmmmmmm
Kathy Campbell: “Dinner?” (I’d vote for me! I like dinner!)
My county in 100% mail in now-WITH free postage (finally) so I voted 2 weeks ago. But alas, no sticker.
Amanda Buskill: We can just threaten to leave him at the vet…that should do it…
The text before was better…
Amanda Buskill: I can handle the chocolate & yarn, but I think we’ll need a prescription for the tranqs…
Tracy Bauman: Talks in her sleep
Liz Benditt: Of Course
Alicia Madsen: Sounds like the 15/16 is our weekend!!
I voted so I might actually be able to watch the news again without: Breaking Furniture, screaming at the top of my lungs and/or crying. Or all three. I’m so done with the shit show.
Mimi: don’t cha think? (actually this goes hand in hand with voting, “Don’t you think?”)
Kelly Laliberte: Geez, I’ll bet he counted them himself.
Sharon F – Which one has all the attitude?
Vote like your life and others depend on it. Yours and theirs do!
Katherine: Leaving now – need anything?
Megan Johnson: I’ve been listening to more Rizzle Sticks. Lot of drums. I like.
At least it’s a positive message?
We are biting our nails in Canada contemplating the collapse of your civilization too (Headline: Caravans coming north with frustrated Americans of all races, shapes, orientations, and religions. We welcome them with maple syrup and a sincere “I’m sorry.”). Kristine Laco: OMG I am so full.
Brenda L: So that’s how it’s done
Becky R. If that’s the case, watch this short video to learn more
OooOoo it works: Lille: Lemme Try To Cancel It All.
Bonita Blackwell – I guess we are all blond now
Gabrielle Bueche: are you feeling it now Mr krabs
Heather: THEY LOOK SO EXCITED!
We’re getting new tortoised, and to be fair, they did look excited.
These are freaking hilarious! Congrats to all of you voting today. I’m Canadian, but believe me, lots of us up here are right there with you in spirit.
Joni Serio: OK good. Just wanted to be sure.
Amy : Mornings are difficult for me but I think I could figure out how to get in 10 minutes.
Seriously it was about meditation not about getting in 10 minutes of dirty fun times before work. Though I wonder if the net end effect is the same …
Christine Reyes:All done
Bridgette Raynolds-Perry: It’ll be fine in 10 years
Kelley O: I did not, will you show me?
I voted absentee because I was afraid I wouldn’t be able to get someone to go with me to vote and I’m a total freak about going unfamiliar places alone and was fearful that my full-fledged panic in strange places and around strange people would win over my fear of living in a fascist dictatorship.
Stacy S: Gaa!! I need to get some. I feel old as hell. 😂 I had to start doing absentee voting because my body just can’t handle standing in line to vote and then standing at a booth to fill out the ballot. It takes me forever to fill the thing out. Handing a “fill in the dot” type ballot to someone with OCD is just mean. This time I got to vote from the comfort of my couch. So much better!!
Crista H.: Is there anything special Neel would like? – I’m sure to get Neel’s vote!
Hahahaha- I honest-to-dog just texted my out of state daughter “Have you voted yet today?”
Me: Well done!
Anita Richter: I forgot to ask you if you voted
Emily: Gall bladder removed 4 years ago
Which is fake news. I still have my gall bladder. But my text was to my husband, talking about a mutual friend. See how easy it is to create — and fall for — that shit? Ugh.
Michele Bane: Oh, Carrot Cake! Such a social butterfly!
kmom: I’m here!
Nancy Knapp: We are getting xrays.
Austin – This is a really cool song.
Lorraine: Where the hell are you? You’re supposed to be at church!
Terry Mayfield zombie apocalypse ps fucking horse.
Heather: Ok love
We could definitely use more love! Thanks for the stickers. I’m in Seattle where we mail in our ballots. So I printed a bunch of your stickers for my coworkers 🙂
Ellis: “Haha! Women Unite! Is he still pissy, or cooling off?”
Sara Holmes: OK it’s kind of crazy that your campus is so big that it has 2 voting locations. Our whole town only has one!
Sndmaven: Are you OK?
not very proactive, but caring, Sounds about right
Green: “On my way”
It kinda works.
Nicole L———-: I’d say do your shopping first.
Apparently I’m pro-consumerism.
Lori Rhyne: What time are you leaving?
PS….easiest comment ever.
Meghan: Hey fellas. Not going to arrive early today. Working on getting some damn resumes out there. See you later!
Emily Degnan: She knows that.
LC: our brains suck
Karen Way-too-long-surname-for-political-office: Maybe he has something he smokes, to go on a spirit journey, to find his soulmate?
Jen somebody: Good deal!
Pride – Planet Fitness…..I think that is an awesome slogan!
Kelly Conrad: Hahaha if only
Linda Adair: Trying.
Alena Wagner: I won’t skate but I’ll take embarrassing photos.
Saylor – Even just and “OK” would have sufficed.
Rose Prescott, I am horrified by my government.
Yep. that works.
We have the boys’ football.
Sarah Terrell: Perfect!!
I always vote because it’s compulsory to attend a polling station and register in Australia with each election.
Nutty: I’ll plug it in.
Chase: My Whoopie Pie was Delicious!
Katharine – I am so anxious today!!
If I were a politician, this would definitely be very true every day.
Sean Paus: I HAVE IT. AND THE STRAPS.
I voted early, and all I got was a shitty little tiny sticker. I’m going to print one of yours when I get home from work😙
Rachel Watkins: Yeah, I just can’t. It’s all too stressful and too much speculation. I’d rather wait to see the results.
sarah: We’re working on it, but it’s nuts in here.
(i work in an elections office, for reals)
Sean Paus: I HAVE IT. AND THE STRAPS.
I went about 30 minutes after they opened so they still had stickers. I was proud to get handed one. Two years ago they handed me three stickers because voter turn out was so low but there was a line today. Go civic duty!
Sorry! I posted twice because the internet is complicated. 🙁
Hmm! Mine is:
Patty: Did you vote? If so all you should do today is try to feel better.
Glochidia Girl: Hope your drive home goes well.
Meyer: No complaints.
Kelsey Hopson-Shiller: Not Sure, I’m New at Judaism.
Linda Louie: Everything okay with you??
Sharon Summers: 🎊🎊🎊
party girl central here I guess lol
Lauren B: You’re Doing Great! 😂😂😂
Chumps, I voted over a month ago and volunteered. No lines for me!
Linda Louie: Everything okay with you?
(Although when Lin-Manuel Miranda posted this game, it was “Murphy: yayyy”, which is so much better)
I never get a sticker, so thank you for giving me one 🙂
Melissa OK I’m just now leaving. LOL Also, WA state does mail in ballots and we don’t get stickers. ☹️ I feel cheated.
My slogan would be ‘Katelyn: 🤞 🍀’
Which is exactly how confident I feel in the political landscape at the moment…
Gay West : 👍🏼
Wendy-Ayn Coy: Have I ever mentioned how much I love you? (Someone was offering me chocolate…)
Melissa A: 🤷🏻♀️
John Allen: If you do go there, their vegetarian food is better than their meat options, imo.
I totally would campaign on the strength of my restaurant recommendations.
Datdamwuf: Got it
Candidate Allison: Heads up that TP order is arriving tomorrow. We should be fine until then – there is an extra roll upstairs, but the one downstairs should last.
That is a very specific campaign promise, but acheivable.
ACD: I thought I’d finally have to follow through on my threat.
Me: That escalated quickly.
“Vote, or forfeit your right to whine about politics until the next election!”
I’m Karyn Doherty and I approved this message.
my phone auto corrected ‘approved’ to ‘alewives’ for some reason just then. Huh.
D Beck: He needs to take a test.
Oh man, but my second to last one is even better!
Candidate Allison: Silly boy. He may poop for me later.
(My dog only likes to poop when I walk him. 🙄
Kate: Ok thanks.
Kate: I like it
I like the second one because it was in reference to someone’s butt 🙂
Brenda Diller: Yay!!
Anne: Oh nooooo!
Pam Clark: Voted last week, thanks.
(Responding to a friend who wanted to know if I wanted to go vote with him. Not sure why I felt I needed to explain that; it’s actually an awesome slogan.)
Thx for the sticker
I forwarded it to EVERYONE
Aleesa: I know!
Rebecca Russel: She Just Woke Up
Laurie Fellezs: 🖕🏼 2018
Vote like your rights depend on it
I voted last week because I hate lines and MN is awesome when it comes to early/absentee voting.
Melanie Rose: OK, I’ll stop XD
Sarah: It was great! They were very good
Blake Carswell: The one MTV banned.
Hillary Lewis : Nice!! (also totally false, so perfect for a slogan)
Miller: Love you too.
Amber Rainey: Ok, We will be there.
I voted 3 times because my family copies my ballot. Our stickers were the size of freakin’ PLUMS this time. And I’m proudly wearing mine.
Julia Strouse: Ok, I’ll stop trying to flirt with you then.
For context I sent that to my husband who was at work and therefore too busy to be flirted with at that particular moment.
“I am about to plant my ass on it.”
Amie Wilson: Call me about Comic Con ASAP!
What time are you leaving?
Courtney: I will find out. Stay Dry!
Megan O’Connor: Tomorrow I will be Mumm-Rah.
Melissa Bradley saw you pull in……… 😳
Kat Montgomery: Did you just butt dial me?
Maia M: I Accepted The Job!
lots of hubris there but I’m not mad about it
Carl Strauser: That’s one way to do it.
Susan Hoey: Yes! Thank you. I win.
Holly Southern: Now You Laugh.
Amy : If folks drop out, I’ll be right there–and tell Susan I want to see a picture of her new bangs!
Jennifer: Looking for how to proceed. (Seems better slogan for doing the voting, not for being voted for.)
Shereen Rayle: Done! (I’m not sure if this sounds like I’ve given up or I did all the things already.)
Lindsay: When can I park in my regular space again?
Mary Lutz: Nice.
Dee: Had a visitor today. He got some treats.
And that just sounds dirty. Which would be fitting for a lot of politicians.
But I was really talking about one of the neighborhood feral cats.
I did not vote today. But I am Canadian (we don’t have an election today!)
Lesli: I am very proud of you and your attitude. (Hey – What a great campaign slogan!)
Erin S- Just tried
Rebekah Staley: I like that idea.
Go Trump (away, far away and resign before you go).
I voted absentee weeks ago.
Sent from my iPhone
Cassandra: I’m so excited for you babe!
Seems like a decent slogan.
“I’ll explain later”
boy does that sound like a real politician or what?
Abigail Greig: “Where’s my money? I don’t see it”
I can’t tell which one I like more:
*The text I sent right before I started reading this post: Aliens!!!! DINOSAURS!!!!!!!!
*The text I sent in the middle of reading this post: Look who decided to nap today!
Cathy: “I think we lucked out.”
Z3lda72: am over having children
More importantly, did you get a democracy sausage? They ate the best bit of voting here
*are (but nice try autocorrect)
Enkidu13: Fucking Turtle.
I voted (vote by mail in Oregon) and didn’t get a sticker. OR mail in ballots need to step up their game.
My campaign slogan
Cissell: What’s a girl got to do to get an internal body part in a jar?
I am not sure I want to know who’d vote for me.
Enkidu13: Fucking Turtle.
Mary: This light mist is getting kind of chunky.
I went to the polls today about 11:30am thinking I would hit a slower time before the morning and afternoon rush. Boy was I wrong. I live in a rural area and our polling place had only two electronic machines and very few paper ballots which they preferred you did not use. The line ran in a “U” shape almost out the door. Good voter turnout but ridiculous the lack of resources used. Hopefully next election they will get it right.
Heather: But if meth is easier….😉
Eric Yeah. (I’m severely disappointed in my campaign slogan.)
Lisa: I forgot my rings
Tarrah Egelhoff: I’m hungry. Can we go eat?
Jaggers:Jaggers – When u get a chance, can u look at ur meds and tell me how many days left of each u have. Luv u!
Anonymous: I’m still learning
(Was referring to patience but pretty much everything too.)
Doug in Oakland, Good morning Zsuzs, Timber, and Squeaker.
Seana G: I love you. That’s a bit of an overstatement for the world at large, but we could really use more love and less hate in the world, so I approve this message.
Sandy: You WILL put away dishes this morning before you go to school
Sholeen Nett: Clearly you need an ass kicking
Chris Perisich: Big surprise, right?
which was sent to my beloved son but makes a great general campaign slogan because it is always true
Carol Lennox: Oh Dear Lord Yes!
Jessica Muse: I totally forgot the word for tow truck. So, I’m driving behind a tow truck thinking to myself, “will this towmobile ever get out of my way.”
If you had Oregon Vote By Mail, you’d never have to leave your house – and you could avoid the lines. Since you don’t, thanks so much for making the effort. Not an inconsequential burden but a necessary one.
White: we have gas again, and your stove is working.
Vernita I’m not sure how many pictures there are of Andrew Jackson
Mine is “Linn: How was your vagina in the dead sea?”
Grace: I failed, but will try again next week.
That actually accurately describes my life.
My name + a reminder to my seniors who aren’t even remotely prepared for the project they’re doing. Bad teacher. https://possumscatsthingsgnawingatme.wordpress.com/2018/11/06/cave-yoga-keepin-it-weird/
I printed the stickers (on regular paper, because that’s what was available) and gave them out to people at work. Weirdly, no one wanted the one with the word ‘Nazi’ on it.
“Your Mom called and we talked for an hour.”
Ooo…I like this slogan!
We have mail in ballots in WA. The strip that you tear off has the image of an “I voted” sticker. It’s not quite the same.
I can’t do the name plus last text because I would have to turn my phone on to look at what that was and I’m avoiding doing that. 😀
“Melissa: Oh good! Multiple accidents”
Well that seems like it would sum it right up
“Marcy, my knee is pissed!” … I like it!
Jillian: It’s the 21st Century, son. I Venmo.
Adam Gerstein: You get a sticker (I was trying to get my 18 year old son to vote)
Akemi Tanaka: Who is this?
Deva Haney: YAY y’all!!
I’m now “Dianne Fuck-Off-and
-take-me-off-your-contact-list” after Trump texted me (I’ve never texted him or followed him, I swear).
I love that sticker! Mine would be…
Michelle: Carrot chips
Kristi Visser: That’s fine 🙂
HAHA feels kind of appropriate
Josie B: Back off Ima Killer
vote for me…or else.
Caren T.:Its really hard and frustrating when you keep trying, nothing seems to work and your running out of ideas.
Tara G: Let’s do a homemade liqueur swap for Christmas.
LAF: WTF is happening today
I think it’s perfect.
MICHELE: I think the grindy noise is coming from the rear end.
Toni O’Dell: I have my moments!
Linda Mason: Totally
Mary Thomas: I see your cat, and raise you a mighty mouse eating raptor.
Thomas Blanton: How did she get stranded?
Kate: “oh that makes sense!”
Cory: No fucking way.
Jennifer Walker: Good. Damn. Question. 😡😡😡
Jennifer Perez: Forgot. I’ll call now.
Sandy. If I win big, I’ll give you some.
McCauley: I love baking….and eating bread.
Now go vote! (But not for me. I obviously would be to fat and full to get anything done)
Lostdotter: Ok, I’ll Zelle it
melanie b —- : Because, otter nose, obviously.
I don’t have a clever slogan, but I love your “Voted” stickers! Thanks for leaving your house (seriously, thanks; I know it’s not easy), fighting for us all (as you do with your blog and your books too. How many people were able to get out and vote because of your writing?), and for trying to change the world. Thanks to EVERYONE here who got out and voted in this election.
Tiffany McCall: I wouldn’t stay behind him very long!
Deborah Guillen: headed out, want me to get the boys?
This could be so dirty, but alas, this was me to my husband about kid pick up.
Deborah Guillen: headed out, want me to get the boys?
This could be so dirty, but alas, this was me to my husband about kid pick up.
Deborah Guillen: headed out, want me to get the boys?
This could be so dirty, but alas, this was me to my husband about kid pick up.
Erin Shoemaker: Just got off the plane.
Penni Ellington: I may have to pop back home to pee at some point.
Deanna Archer: Science experiment is currently in the testing phase. The proposed outcome should produce something around 40 calories a serving.
Library Heather: Just schoolwork.
(In response to my sister asking if I was doing anything fun for my birthday.)
Yeah, this would never get me any votes.
Sara McCall: Hey mom, any chance of snow play this weekend?
sounds…not quite right out of context…
Becky McKimmy: Oh good!!!
Pam Gray: Someone in this conference room just farted.
Deborah: The end is nigh.
Linda: Already did, thanks.
You got my respect! I hope all goes…….well…..not totally terrible! I also wanted to write that your. Blog and books gave me courage to try ja own little blog of crazy! Thank you foremost and your community! Stay awesome y’all!
WHOA!! I’ll pass. Thanks so much!!
I also love leaving lots of typos because ja spellcheck is still in german und I have no idea how to change it! Awesome! I like coming off as an imbecile!
Emily Page: Clearly she doesn’t understand the importance of donuts.
Elizabeth: She’s still a prostitution whore, though
JILL: Hi! We’re almost to the hotel.
Lea: I’ll start your tater tots.
Enders: Never a dull moment around here!
My husband: ‘Finishing up soon. <3’
Mine apparently doesn’t keep sent messages, only ones I received?!?
Dana: I generally just add anchovies and Tabasco to whatever is available
Rebecca Scott: I’m here
I was in the pick up line for my son, but it kind of works! 🤣
Kathy Young: Scooter South Park is on point!
Tamara: No, she isn’t.
Pyrzynski: Perfect! Thank you!
Lori Singaraju: Whoops.
Courtney: I can get that.
Jennifer Kimberly: Someone has been begging for dinner since 3:25.
Rachel Watts: We have two bottles of prosecco
Amy Kilbride. I’m in the limelight, having a martini.
Erin Foster: Tyler said he’s doing well and to keep up the practicing.
Natalie Browning: This is my district right now. Ahh!
Kristin DeLooff: Benedict Cumberbatch
Erin M. : I miss you.
Christie Yerby: Feel better. We will handle it.
TJ Jordan: Meh.
Craig-Whytock: Add me on Snapchat!
Fran Fuller: We don’t need it. But it’s still cool.
PEÑA: I’m not crazy, right?!?
Heather: Please put away the clean dishes and snuggle the cat.
Going for the Mom vote, there….
Heather: DANG, GLAD I’M AT WORK!!
……. Not so sure my campaign would be successful.
Hali: Staring down the Hungry Hungry Hippo
Lori Z. – Chrysanthemums and dogs.
Sun’s up something, not sure what…
Bronwyn David: Everything is fine.
Elizabeth Renee: I already took off my bra
Nicolette Mari: You should really be cleaning your toilets more often than that…
Jen Tiller: I’m locked in the bedroom with the cats and Lester Holt.
Sarah B: That puppy is high af
AR: Did you check a bag
Marlene Doyle: Are you still cool with tomorrow?
<yep, but only if we roll the big orange one out today lol>
“Well l made a determined effort to catch up but I can’t do it.”
I might win the prize for least effective slogan. Also my friends are much better at Duolingo than I am.
Shawna Lee Lauria: You’re Welcome! 🌊🌊🌊
One would hope. Maybe I need to obtain a Beto lawn sign to keep me alive once this evil caravan hits our border.
AmyAllen 😬crazy and I hope he never does that.
My slogan would be Sharon: “Okay. Enjoy the day off! (thumbs up emoji)”
Is that the title of your new book?
Janet Salm: Yah that dog is too old and too big – too much heartbreak ahead
Yup, political mastermind and major bummer, that’s me.
Helen Mathey-Horn: “Actually you are right it would be better to talk it out.”
Chelsea: I’m proud of you for trying something new!
Rebecca Payne: I feel you, Rice.
(Rice is my friend’s cat)
Paul: #105 and 106 are important, so I figured I’d mention them.
Kate: Will do. Smooch!
(This seems like an ill-advised campaign promise.)
Katy: Unsubscribe Please
Donna Mayes – Just got home
Layne Floyd: It’s a fair message, but a bit aggressive.
😂 Sounds like a reaction to a lot of campaign ads.
Marcia White: 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻
Margot Williams: Here.
Helen Campbell 😝
I think the emoji says it all really
Diane Downs: for real. She’s a genius like that
Sarah Davis: I see Facebook has banned you again. Penis ghost?
Emily Blackthorn: I survived my first voting experience.
Fitting. Now to see if we survive to vote again.
Maranda Daniels: I bought the kids pictures. They’ll be mailed to my house.
That sounds really bad and I feel the need to explain. My son and his wife couldn’t afford to buy the school pictures of their kids this year so I helped out.
Stephanie Schlandt: About 3 minutes away
This is amazing and you are amazing! Thank you for working to make TX a better place despite the results last night <3
Anonymous: Yes to lunch
Julie Lay: I switched from wine to water. I’m like reverse Jesus.
Mandy: Did you remember to check the chickens water?
They still had I voted stickers at our polling place when we voted, but the Future Voter ctickers were nicer — bigger and altogether more noticeable — so I asked them for one of those. They said they were for kids who couldn’t vote yet, and I just did, so no. But I said that I planned to vote in the future as well, and then they said well, I guess maybe then I could.
Chi Sherman: Angels’ wings are crashing to the ground and we all need a drink. (There was also a text about crying, but I’d rather start my campaign on a highe– hmm. Never mind. 😀 )
BC–“Same here. Second cup of coffee is waiting in the car. I should have brought it in.”
Martina: Considering how the tp prank went over – maybe I should worry about pipe bombs in the mailbox
Barbara Dodge: “I’m watching returns for one hour then going to bed”
Big congrats to you Love. out, vote, sticker. Woot!
Mine would be “Katie Spray: I would still be asleep if Anna Leigh hadn’t woken me up at 7! It’s gonna be such a fun day!” It was a very sarcastic text to my friend after telling her i’d have to stay home to watch my three siblings.
Karen Delaney: They have sippy cups for wine at Costco. They know their audience well.
Shannon Hogue: “I just don’t know. I’m pretty happy with the rest of the state. I’m just going to ignore NW Iowa.” Yep, accurate.
Jenny Bristol: Ha!!
Liz McCord: No. Still in therapy. Stop texting me.