Saturday, August 29, 2009

Forehead Butts Mean Brilliance: So I have written it, So let it be True


I have decided that forehead butts mean brillance. Some of you have heard me talk about my Forehead butt, so named by my brother Johnny, who said, "Hey Sister, you have a butt on your forehead, haw haw haw haw Forehead Butt! Forehead Butt! haw haw haw" . . . *sigh* ... I've fought against my forehead butt. I've thought to have to Botoxed, but I'm afraid to have Botox (and you have to keep doing it and doing it and doing it). I tried Olay cream for "deep wrinkles" - I don't think it's doing anything for my forehead butt.





Then, I began to notice other forehead butts, and what I noticed was that people with forehead butts were creative and brilliant and wonderful in every way - especially in the creative brilliant intelligent awe-inspiring way . . . no, really! It is true. I am most certain of it as I make my way around here and there and yonder.





So I am now embracing my Forehead Butt! And, I've decided that every week I am going to attempt to post a pic of someone brilliant who has "THE SIGN" and "THE SIGN" is a Forehead Butt -- today I am beginning with Stephen King. A brilliant writer, and who has "THE SIGN" - his own Forehead Butt.



My friends- I encourage you all to find brilliant creative people who have "THE SIGN" of the forehead butt. Forward me the photos, and I will use them in my quest to find all of us who are lucky enough to have "THE SIGN" of creative brilliance, intelligence, and all around awe-inspiring omphalooompa doo.



No, go have a good day, and if you spot "THE SIGN" on the forehead, the forehead butt sign, then know that you are in the face of brilliance!



So let it be written; so let it be done.

(PS Barbara at Serenity Gate is still having a Tender Graces book giveaway)

20 comments:

Debbie said...

Good heavens! And all these years I've tried to do away with mine. Now, I'll never be mistaken for brilliant.

Michelle H. said...

OMG! Now I have to run to the nearest mirror to see if I have one. And if I don't, I'm going to grimace all day until I do! *hee-hee!*

Amy said...

Who knew I had a forehead butt? Who knew I was so brilliant? I'm guessing I'm extra brilliant because my forehead butt is pretty well-defined!

Strange Fiction said...

Hahaha, that's excellent! I had to run to the mirror. I think I have two--now I have to figure out if I'm doubly butt blessed or if the one is cancelling the other out...

Deb Shucka said...

It's nice to know I'm in such great company! :-)

Lazy Writer said...

I'm going to go check now! I'm with Michelle; if I don't have one, I may cry!

Marcy said...

Funny! My family doesn't have forehead butts. Instead we have turkey necks (no matter how thin you are either). I think I'd rather have the forehead butt...

B.J. Anderson said...

*Sniff*

I am not one of the butted forehead people. :(

Travis Erwin said...

Damn. I don't have one.

smiles4u said...

LOL..oh dear you crack me up! Here's to forehead butts!

Michelle said...

Ummmmm...I have one :)

I was told it was a sign of an alcoholic....I like yours better!

xxx

The Unbreakable Child said...

hahaha, Kat, you have a cute forehead and yes, I do believe there are many greats who have.

Looking forward to Oct!

Rick said...

Is it count if I have one implanted by a plastic surgeon?

colbymarshall said...

no dsign today...but I'm on the lookout...

Lori said...

I like your interpretation very much. I have been trying to freeze my face into an all smiling, serene expression so that I don't accentuate mine, but now, I'll just let it be.

Jennifer Shirk said...

Oh well. My mom still thinks I'm smart. :)

Katrina Stonoff said...

Dang! I don't have one!

Unless ... do two horizontal lines count? No?

*sigh*

I was afraid of that.

Katrina Stonoff said...

Dang! I don't have one!

Unless ... do two horizontal lines count? No?

*sigh*

I was afraid of that.

Sheila Deeth said...

Came here from Stone Soup wondering what on earth it meant. Oh dear. Not me, but yes, lots of creative people. But I want to be creative...

Judith Mercado said...

And I thought mine came from frowning too much. There is a silver lining to worrying, after all! Who knew?