Okay, the Target Black Friday ad just got added to gottadeal.com today and I spent the last twenty minutes poring over it. In fact, at one point, I’m pretty sure I had at least fifteen tabs open at once. That’s so many tabs that I was afraid the computer might crash if I moved the mouse too fast or turned the printer on. Some people (the wife) can’t stand it when others (I) have more than three tabs open at once. “You can only read one tab at a time, you know.” Yeah, but I can have fourteen others loading up in the meantime. Duh.
So yeah, I had 15 tabs open and I ended up bookmarking 12 of them. I know, right? I’m a tab spaz. I’m not usually such a bookmark spaz though. And out of the 12 bookmarks, ten of them were in the toys and games section. And out of those ten, seven of them are actual toys for the kids instead of crap like video or board games. And out of those seven, I’d say there’s probably about two or three that I’m interested in solely for the kids’ enjoyment and not because Kelly and I think they’d be fun or because we probably want to play with them more than the actual kids in this family do.
So anyway, what I was going to say was: Kelly taught me a new trick the other day. (Ummm, as soon as I typed that out, I just kept typing so that I could let you know this: yeah, I know it kinda sounded like I was her dog back there in that last sentence. And I’m pretty sure that should be pissing me off right now.) So the whole point of this post was supposed to be this: Kelly read somewhere online that you can open links up in new tabs by clicking the scrolling wheel on the mouse. And I was just going to say that using this trick has profoundly changed my life. I am using more tabs than ever and it’s awesome, but I’m still not sure why she showed me this with her big tab-phobia thing. Anyway, I’ve got 14 more tabs to read.