questionswhat would be the title of your autobiography?

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@publicart: when i reopened this thread i went to the bottom to check for new posts, and read your "wasted polenta" as "wasted placenta"

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"My BOC" - and each chapter explains an different, yet applicable acronym (i.e. Before Others Came - life prior to marriage and kids, Bruschetta Olives and Canapes - time of life when all I wanted to do was cook and blog, etc)

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@randy2126: I misread yours as, "Wasted Polenta."

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"Oops: A Journey from Beginning to End."

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The title of my autobiography would be the same as my epitaph: "It seemed like a good idea at the time."

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"Can You Believe They Published This Crap?"

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"YOU KIDS GET OFFA MY LAWN"
"how to gain 800 pounds without really trying"
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"never knew when to stop typing"

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"It Seemed Like a Good Idea at the Time."

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I'd borrow a line from The Grateful Dead (no, I am not a Dead Head)...
"What a Long Strange Trip It's Been"

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@klozitshoper: Or, like the guy said as he was falling from the 50th story window, "So far, so good". That would actually make for a pretty cool book cover, a person falling off a cliff with that title.

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"Hey guys -- GUYS! Check this out!"

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"Hey! How did everyone get in my room"

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"I lived it and I still don't believe it"

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@shrdlu: That's probably my favorite film soliloquy. I was expecting you to finish by titling your autobiography "Time to Die". It's always seemed odd to me to write the story of your life when it isn't done yet. I have a series of photo books which I compose after each of my trips, and I title them "Journeys: The Continued Adventures of Michele, Bob and Steve". I just got back from Costa Rica so I am working on Journeys 6 at the moment. When I am done with living, my Journeys books will pretty much be my autobiography.

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I actually gave this some thought this morning...

In Blade Runner, at the end, moments away from his death, Roy Batty (Rutger Hauer, in arguably his finest role), says:

"I've seen things you people wouldn't believe. Attack ships on fire off the shoulder of Orion. I watched c-beams glitter in the dark near the Tannhäuser Gate. All those moments will be lost in time, like tears in rain. Time to die."

It's true, you know.

My autobiography would have that as a title:

"I've seen things you people wouldn't believe."

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"Somehow I manage". It would have a picture of me shrugging on the cover.

What, that's already been taken! D'OH!

There you go. That would be my autobiography title. "D'oh!"

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For the record I just got another fax that says Attn: Jeff

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"Worst. Autobiography. Ever."

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Taken from a line by Norm on "Cheers":

"It's a Dog-Eat-Dog World and I'm Wearing Milkbone Underwear"

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A sad title that sums up my life...
"I have no friends. I just know people I hate less than others."

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Same description of the Earth in The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy: "Mostly Harmless"

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"I wish I were a keyboard: Delete, Backspace, Insert, and of course Escape."

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"Wait, wait....Let Me Try That Again"