messages to grimm0826:
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from jaysthoughts :
Just checking to see how many diarylanders still actually check their notes and stay active.
from fan4 :
I'm feeling hurt because you broke your promise about writing a story for me.
from stepfordtart :
*gasp*. And we were just gettin' acquainted and all! : ( s x
from lostasyou :
What? Why? :(
from fan4 :
I hope the move goes well. I enjoyed the song in your newest entry.
from fan4 :
And you said I could come up with any story idea I came up with. I already got my fill of horror from your stories, Hollywood movies, and R.L. Stine books
from fan4 :
That URL has Shadoe's take on "the nameless"
from fan4 :
http://www.shadoe.com/index.php?page=blog&b_id=9
from stepfordtart :
May all the changes be for the better, Mr Grimm and come back soon to tell us all about them, huh? s x
from fan4 :
Congratulations on having a new job! Sounds as if you'll be busy for awhile. After you've read the poem I posted on the 18th, could you please give me some feedback? And when you do write your story, please don't kill anybody. 1-26-2012
from stepfordtart :
Good things, bad things, huh? Thinking of you, Mr Grimm, and hoping more good things come your way soon. s x
from hitch-hike :
Nothing like a boost to keep on keepin' on, especially at work!!
from fan4 :
Thanks for plugging my blog a second time.
from stepfordtart :
Ive got a wee cluster of small tumours in the top bit of my left breast - its not insensitive to ask, as I say to the kids at school "thats how you find shit out". The chemo Im having is to shrink the tumour site down enough to make surgery as minimal as possible. Looks like I wont have to have a mastectomy, so thats good news. Im hoping that I'll end up with a bit of keyhole surgery (maybe with a bit of reconstruction). There! Now you know as much as me! s x
from fan4 :
In real life, Shadoe's tries to be as optimistic as possible. He's also a very nice person. I can explain why I know that if you want me to.
from fan4 :
There was a power glitch, which erased a long note that I typed. Here's a story idea. What's the background behind my "World Protector" poem. Did anyone else notice "The Nameless"? If yes, how did they react? If not, why was Shadoe Stevens the only person who did? Did he know his (sun)glasses were magic prior to the space flight? Why'd he chose to take it? Do you think anyone else besides the poem narrator (me) will recognize him, should they see the see him with his hands touching Earth?
from stepfordtart :
YAY! Thats fantastic! Huzzah for you! s x
from hitch-hike :
Dusty Springfield is hard to sing because I can't hit the high notes the way she can! I practiced "Willie and Laura Mae Jones" for a bit in my own range and decided to chance it, but alas... It was not on the playlist! My relatives love to sing. Two of them definitely have blackbelts, but I'm more of a Zen singer :D
from lostasyou :
Haha thank you :) I certainly paid the price as well, ugh!
from fairybones :
hi! of course i don't mind that you've added me. i was just poking around through your page and i've added you as well. also, on the subject of 'for what it's worth', it was really nice to hear from someone who understood what i was on about when i wrote that 10th jan entry. i wasn't sure at first how i felt writing those feelings down, and not only that but sharing them too. i usually don't write entries like that (usually have no need to), so honestly, i felt pretty damn vulnerable having to walk away from my laptop afterward and leaving those thoughts up. so the fact that anyone else understood enough or gave enough of a shit to let me know that hey, i'm not the only one out there with this sort of regret over a parent's death, is really really appreciated - so thank you for your note! sorry for all the gushing, i'll stop... i really just meant to say hello! so... hi!, looking forward to reading more of your stuff. <3
from stepfordtart :
Hey Mr Grimm. Just catching up after a couple of days away from the laptop. We (me and Jooj) liked the clean underwear song! s x
from ornerypest :
Don'tcha just love these TV commercials that say stuff like, "Magicpotion! Available by prescription only. Don't forget to ask your doctor if Magicpotion is right for you!" The reality is, if I can't trust my doctor to know what's right for me without prompting, I'd look for a different doctor.
from fan4 :
Awhile back I wrote a fantasy-style poem about one of my favorite celebrities. It was inspired by his photo (which is also in fantasy-style), and one of his blog entries. Whenever he served as a muse for a story or poem, I'd send it to him. This poem is his favorite out of all of them, based on the amount of praise he gave me. One of these days I'll post that poem. Maybe after I do that (and also supply URLs for the celeb's personal website and the blog entry I mentioned), you could do a story based on all that. It's an idea anyway.
from fan4 :
Have you seen Once Upon a Time and/or Grimm? I like both shows.
from fan4 :
I don't believe the world's going to end this year.
from fan4 :
YOu make a lot of entries to make up for lost time, I send you a lot of notes. Ha! (I'm playing catch up with your blog right now.) Twilight will never interest me. not much of a vampire fan to begin with (sorry), the whole sparkle thing didn't help.
from fan4 :
Is the "redneck vampire" you? Interesting song choice about clean underwear. How long have you had your job? What kind is it?
from fan4 :
When I gave you the hugs, I typed 2010 instead of 2012. Sorry 'bout that.
from fan4 :
Comment updated. Wow, a story just for me? That's very nice of you. Want me to come up with a fantasy-style idea? It's impossible for me to forget you. My diary was plugged in an entry of yours, and you stated that we both like Ben Grimm and the portrayal of the Hulk in the live-action series. (1/13/2012; 5:47pm)
from fan4 :
Thanks. *hugs* 5:35pm; 1/12/2010
from stepfordtart :
Strange you should pick that one, Mr Grimm. I once slipped a copy of it into L's luggage when he was away on tour and feeling homesick. Im singing it in my head now. Thanks : ) s x
from stepfordtart :
Hey Mr Grimm. Youre spending an evening learning sad songs and Im sat here alone at 1.36am because I cant sleep and Im feeling sorry for myself. I just emailed my own husband (who is asleep upstairs) because I cant find words to say to him out loud. Play a nice weepy one for me, huh? s x
from stepfordtart :
Thanks for your note, Mr Grimm, and RIP Harriet - she must've been a special person for you to wish to mourn her after only one meeting. s x
from fan4 :
I hope you're right.
from fan4 :
I only like Wolverine when he's in movies. I'll always be angry with the comicbook version because he clawed Ben's face. There's a total of three FF films, though only two were released in theaters. (Roger Corman's film was never released, so I had to buy a boot-leg version so I could see it; Not that I consider boot-legging a good thing. Also, at the time no one had posted it over at youtube yet.) I became a Michael Chiklis fan after seeing the first Fox FF film in a theater. *wishes I knew where my hardcopy of my Chiklis monologue is located* Sequel was okay, though it seemed weird that Ben's moniker was neither written or spoken during the course of the film. I've grown accustomed to hearing both of his name. It drives me crazy whenever the only name used in FF merchandise/discussions is that moniker of his. bleh. I guess I could post some of my poetry. Would you be interested in reading some of my work? Wow, it's getting late! (Date is 1/9/2012, time is 10:14pm) I need to get off the computer. TTYL Grimm0826.
from lostasyou :
Ahh don't feel so bad about the smoking, I've noticed it's extremely tough to give something up that you've been doing for ages. I haven't read World War Z, no. I was going to buy it in London the other week but then I remembered that I haven't properly read all of the survival guide, so it isn't really needed yet ahaha. I'll get it once I finish the first book though, for sure :)
from gonzoprophet :
is this something explained in the destroyer series? i hadn't heard of it until i looked up the names you mentioned, but it looks really interesting. by 'seriously' does it mean things to be taken as absolute? or what, precisely? if it's just a warning against putting too much credence behind any one experience, then i very nearly agree with it. but i also think that there's nothing wrong with having a serious demeanor, being austere and genuine...i dunno grimmo i just wish philosophy wasn't so depressing to people these days. because for a long time it was damn near all i thought about
from stepfordtart :
Im in! Even my teenage daughters think Twilight vampires are moronic, so youre in good company. Oh, and that other stuff? Sounds like a travesty that you were charged at all. D'land doesnt judge you, Mr Grimm. We all have our own little bundles o'crap that we drag around with us. Ive read some of your archives - were the kids 'hers' or yours too? Do you have any contact with them now? Just being nosy, you dont have to answer. Hang in there with the no-smoking, you know it makes sense. s x
from lostasyou :
HAHAHA! I guess the Twilight vamps didn't go down well with you then, aye?! That made me laugh! It is terrible.. I was really into the Buffy shows when I was about 6 years old and onwards.. hahaha, that's probably just as bad but I grew up on it. I am loving the zombie idea though. I have the Zombie Survival Guide book and I'm pretty convinced the day is going to come when they walk with us, ahem. Maybe I should blame the horrors. And as for your past, I know you're a stranger on the internet but I believed that and I feel so bad for you. I would have said the exact same thing to the judge, it's terrible. But you're here now so you can get on with your life and probably write that Meyer woman an angry letter! You go away for a while and look what happens, pssh!
from lostasyou :
Thanks for the comment! How is the no smoking thing going? Also yeah walking is definitely happening. I'm a taxi sort of girl, for EVERYTHING. So no more of that unless it's really late aha. I'd feel like a bit of a tit running but I know of a place where I can do that, on some land by a lake, it's nice there. Maybe when it warms up. And we're definitely going to make it to Friday, easy!
from stepfordtart :
Hey Mr Grimm! I see you online! *waves across the pond* s x
from stepfordtart :
Hey Mr Grimm! I see you online! *waves across the pond* s x
from i-am-jack :
You reminded me that people read this, even if they do not say anything.
from i-am-jack :
Wow...Long time no see. I was really surprised to see a note from you. I am glad that you are still alive and kicking as well.
from gonzoprophet :
as to the end of the world - i actually think it's time for things to get exponentially better. there's no reason for it not to, anyway, as i feel all it would rely on would be a change in perspective. but maybe i'm an idealist.
from lostasyou :
That doesn't actually sound bad at all :) I think I'll accept it haha. Drinking and smoking is the devil! I only really smoke when I'm hammered so I'm tackling two birds with one stone here, but good luck with the quitting! I will most likely cave in because I'm really really bad at not drinking, but hopefully I can stick at it. I hope you do too :)
from ohell :
awesome. and I was just looking for a good diary to add, but couldn't find one. Thanks for the shortcut...
from stepfordtart :
If my husband gave up smoking (and actually stuck to it for more than, like, half a day) I would be the happiest woman in the world. Nothing is a god enough reason for him, it seems (his mum dying, his permanent cough, me having cancer etc etc etc), he's tried a thousand times but never sticks at it. The rock-star life style comes with the scent of tobacco and booze, unfortunately. Smoking is a hideous thing and I fervently wish for you to be able to beat it. s x
from stepfordtart :
Hey! I see you online! That video cracks me up - thanks for sharing! s x
from lostasyou :
It definitely shall pass. I think it has already. I have to apologise, you might click on my diary and see these really over dramatic entries that spring out of nowhere a lot of the time aha. But thank you for the concern :) means a lot x
from stepfordtart :
Yay! Youre all fixed, I wander through your archives and, lo and behold, Mr Grimm sings the blues! SQUEEEE! As a music producer/musician's wife, I now have to add you forthwith. The sound quality wasnt brilliant (especially on the guitar) but your voice was coming through loud and clear - I almost wish I had a bottle of beer to swig while I was watching (but seeing as its only 10 in the morning its probably just as well i didnt!). s x
from stepfordtart :
Hello Mr Grimm! I see we have friends in common. I tried to mooch through your archives but could only get the 'clowns' entry to show up. Might be a glitch with my crappy old computer...but might be a glitch with your archives? Anyways, becoming a beach-bum seems like a really good idea for me, too, right now. Shall we go together? ; ) s x
from lostasyou :
Not such a huge fan of clowns ever since I was about 5 years old and I vividly remember walking in at just the wrong time when my brother's were watching It.. you know, scary teeth and just that face in general.. but running away does sound like a grand idea most of the time! Haha, and thanks for thanking me :) I do like being nosy on Diaryland.
from fan4 :
You're welcome. Are you a comicbook reader? I still love the Fantastic Four, Ben Grimm's my favorite member of the team. He's also my favorite comicbook character of all time. :D. I heard there'll be a new Hulk tv series. Don't know when its debut will take place though. I've been making lots and lots of trips to the library lately. Currently working on reading my ILL books so I'll be able to return them on time. (ILL=Interlibrary loan) I wish notes had time stamps. I do have a guestbook also, so you can sign it if you want to. :) I've lost the hang of blogging. Not sure if I'm blogging mainly for myself (and feeling comfortable letting others take a look-see), or for my audience (however big and small it is). Thanks for the note. :)
from lostasyou :
Hi :) adding you to my buddy list!
from fan4 :
i've done some off-and-on blogging, but you weren't around when I was active. You came back in June of this year. Could you please return sometime later in the year, pretty please?
from fan4 :
Merry Christmas! I wish you'd return to Diaryland.
from flufflebunny :
Oh my god, are you actually really going to be back soon! I miss your writing so I hope so! How ARE you?! I've been so worried, I really really hope that you are doing ok :-) Take care and BIG HUGE MASSIVE WELCOME BACK (hopefully) *HUGS*!
from maliger :
I'd love it if you emailed me some of your works for our illustrated self-published anthology! We're finishing editing but there's a week or two. Email drama_art_writing_maliger@yahoo.com or go to my site and check out more... http://www.geocities.com/drama_art_writing_maliger the book's title is Midnight Dance/Pathos. I would love your story about Bargains and Rhymes, if I just put stars where the f word is because it's for all ages.
from helderheid :
http://www.livejournal.com/users/vrijheid/ Helderheid's new addy :)
from avalonte :
Just want you to know I'm thinking of you!! Hope you're coping ok! Don't let the buggers get you down!
from wordsofmine :
Just wanted to stop by and say hi.
from squirrelrat :
Hang in there, fight the good fight and we'll see you when you're back!
from beagle47 :
hi, grimm'. i was deleting notes but couldn't delete yours. thought you should know. all my best to you. -b47- peace. (and i really mean that).
from fan4 :
I miss your entries, Grimm. Please return to D-Land.
from avalonte :
Happy New Year to Mr Grimm and Annie! I hope all is ok with you. I hope you're taking care of each other! Here's wishing for a fantastic 2004 for you all!!
from wifemotherme :
Happy New year!! I hope your doing ok - still waiting on Annie to update us if you cant yourself.
from maraudergirl :
Oh no! The secont time I check Grimm's diary & he's sick! Well here's some Pepper-Up potion for him. You'll make sure he get's it, won't you Annie?
from loop-8 :
hope everything works out and mr.grimm's back soon. :)
from parlance :
I am alive. At least thatís what they enjoy telling me.
from hadassah :
I surfed in from one of your banners. I like your diary. It rocks! Love the template too. Very unique.Take care
from charminggirl :
oh my look at the new look! DISTRACTING! Yeah, I loved giving him the Mohawk. Today he went to school with it, yesteray we got a lot of looks but he's at the age where he doesn't care what others are thinking so I figured this would be the perfect time to introduce him to it. I'm sure a few of his teachers are going to have heart attacks. Hell, my mom hasn't even seen him yet, hehe. And I was just telling her she raised her children they way she wanted and I get to raise mine the way I WANT! ;) I know, I'm a brat.
from luv-2-sing :
thanks grimm! you rock too!
from banshee-rose :
hey great site...Happy Thanksgiving to you too! Ive also been on dland longer than my archives shows
from mightymaeve :
Question: Have you ever read Anita Blakes' 'Vampire Hunter?' I stumbled across it and got to wondering if it would be a good read..
from mightymaeve :
Thanks for the note! I was starting to feel looonnnnely. (Big puppy-dog eyes *whimper, whimper*) Now my tail is just a-waggin' like crazy! See what a little attention can do to me? *lick, lick, slobber, slobber* I'm so excited for you and Annie! What a precious Spring gift awaits you both!
from goodsandwich :
I'm glad you're moved to read Barbara! She's calmly, hilariously fatalistic, and gently simple without talking down to anyone. She's the one who taught me that a "slut" used to be nothing worse than a careless housekeeper!
from fan4 :
Yes, the FF comic did make its debut in 1961. I wanted there to be a 40th. anniversary calendar, but didn't see one. I'd love to see a Fantastic Four calendar!
from fan4 :
Sue used to have the moniker of "The Invisible Girl", then later changed it to "The Invisible Woman". I think Jean went by the name "Marvel Girl". I'm more familiar with the FF than the X-Men, so I'm not 100% sure if I'm right 'bout that. Here's a question for you. I know the answer, and want to know if you know it too. In what year did the Fantastic Four make its first appearance
from fan4 :
I don't know of anybody named Miss Marvel. There have been several characters called Ms. Marvel though, but Sue isn't one of them.
from fan4 :
Miss Marvel isn't Sue's moniker. Try again. Also, Banner's first name is Robert. I thought it was Bruce 'cause that's what I heard in the 90s cartoon, but someone corrected me.
from suzannadanna :
Grimm, Thank you so much for the note of encouragement. I appreciate you speaking out and leaving me with a smile. I enjoy reading your diary. Thanks brother!
from mightymaeve :
Hi Grimm! I love your brick wall look! The main reason i'm writing this wee note to you is that i ADORE your banner ad! "Intestinal Fortitude?' Haha..i'm Still chortling. And the way the monologue deteriorates into pathetic begging is just so winsome! See, i DID click on it!
from fan4 :
Thanks for adding my diary to your favorites list.
from fan4 :
We may have different tastes when it comes to diaries, but I like reading what you've written in your diary.
from fan4 :
I liked seeing your pics. I haven't had many problems with your diary, though whenever I access your rings page, a pop-up shows up, asking for a name and password. I hit "cancel", and then things are fine.
from augustdreams :
Ha! Please promise me that one day you guys will all come down for a free trip to Diznee world and you'll do your raptor impression for me. I thought I was the only one in the world who sprang out from behind the couches of my poor, longsuffering friends and did the 'raptor cough! ;) Oh! And I'm not a paleontologist but I did take a class in it once. The plant eaters would have farted the most, since rough plant cellulose is hard to break down, but the T-Rex farts would have stunk much worse. Eating red meat produces the stinkiest farts (Thank you, nursing school!) and that's pretty much ALL they ate. Dang. T-Rex farts must've been EPIC! Now we know what probably killed 'em off. Heh. {{Hugs to you and yours}}
from luv-2-sing :
wow. great new template!
from fan4 :
You rock too. We both like the same FFer! That's so cool! I'm going to read your diary now.
from fan4 :
Cool name you've got there! Two m's...I think of fairy tales, and my fave. member of the Fantastic Four.
from banshee-rose :
Hey clicked your banner. Great site.
from lady-dra :
everyone's addicted to helsing these days like my friends too, try looking for neo genesis evangelion, really good stuff the best ever, anyhow i like your site and the police are a bunch of morrons the whole system is going corrupt, but that's how it is i guess later...
from charminggirl :
Your welcome. Anytime. :) Oh the GAL thingy will work out just fine. I know it will. Still it's stressful
from regret13 :
hey just reading your diary and browsing just wanted to let you know their arnt to many on line like yours and i like it for that... hard to find sarcastic and bitter people like me out their
from masked-tear :
You dared me after all.
from moon-rose :
Thank you. I'll tell you here, but not in my diary. (I don't know if my friend's stalker reads it or not - too complicated...) The writing project is at nanowrimo.org - basically a whole bunch of people trying to write a 50,000 word novel during the month of November. It's fun but daunting, and I'm still living at home... Anyway, thanks for being supportive. :-)
from i-am-jack :
I have the intestinal fortitude!
from no-yes-maybe :
I was just going to tell yah that I think your banner is awesome!
from the-nicoli :
Hey, I just read your latest entry--my sympathies!! Glad to hear you're okay, for the most part...but wow, that must have been terrifying. I hope things clear up for you.
from wench77 :
Really, you think I write well? wow! And here I had been lamenting in my head my lack of editing and my use of simple words... I can write much better if I rewrite and use better words succinctly! :) Thanks for the compliment. I am in the middle of adding links to my second entry of tonight, so I will come back to peruse your site later!
from squirrelx :
Before I 'thank God for cell phones', I'll be thankin' him for the fact that you're alright ... or at least pretty close to alright. I hope you're out of pain and on the job very soon, my friend. Love, Xtine
from wifemotherme :
At the risk of sounding stupid - I am not really I just have a brain ache and cant think at the moment -- was the dude writing the notes to himself? And the tattoos also? Did he kill his wife?
from bloodsun :
this is Devian and i have a new diary for you to sink your fangs into. please follow the blood trail...how low can you go? well, i've hit rock bottom. join me for some absinthe...
from flufflebunny :
I've sent the email Grimm...it's not what I was orginally panicky about, its something more recent. I'd really appreciate it if you could give me your honest opinion via email :)
from flufflebunny :
heya Grimm...could I ask a really big favour of you as a friend? I need to talk...do you still have your hotmail address? I just don't really know who else to talk to.
from etherealrevu :
Your review has been posted. Thank you for your patience!
from angrystarlyt :
Ohh, I LOOOOOOOOOVED the story! You are so talented, and I hope your Halloween was great. Your new corner dude is bloody brilliant as well.
from flufflebunny :
yeh I didn't get that part of it...I also just didn't get it...sorry...ghost stories aren't so much my scene...I loved your previous ones though! :)
from mightymaeve :
yes, yes, it is ME again! How delightful, i'm sure!! I really should stop hitting the 'done' button till i sit back and ponder for at least five minutes after i type my initial thought. I had a comment about your contest....I SOOO think that is an amazing idea!!! What cleverness! How fun! Waaaa-i only have an old laptop and it doesn't have music playing capabilities. **sniff, sniff** Hopefully, your contest winner will let you share your story..i'm intrigued! I also am curious about the story ideas that you will be sent!
from mightymaeve :
oh yah, that was the right word! another thought: i know i've said this before but i just wanted you to know that i appreciate your journals (no matter how frequent they are)...i so relate to your real-life thoughts!
from mightymaeve :
thanks for the publishing tidbits of helpfulness -all very good ideas that i had not thought of! nice to know i was missed too.
from flufflebunny :
Grimm! You're on entry no.175!!! Just think...in roughly a month you shall join the ranks of the big 2-0-0's! Ah yes...the scrolly message (which I so obviously did NOT nick off your page...hehe) I am thinking about changing it. But for now the statement remains true to itself and so it stays...just to bug people! :)
from charminggirl :
aww what a sweetie you are. Thanks for the wave. And you are still a fine grand man! :)
from asrael :
Thank you for the compliment.
from janysdrkpoet :
Sorry to have to tell you this hon, but you like an awful lot like Brandon, lol.(hmm but you are far superior to him :)and awww, you have your fishy on there! Hope you liked it:)*hugs*
from janysdrkpoet :
Congrats on the new job!! *doing happy dance for Grimm*!
from officegal :
ps.your diary kicks my diarys a$$ any day:(
from officegal :
OH My gosh!!! of course you may add me! you rock! i love you:)
from iluvtunes :
Sure! and thank you! However, I may be locking up all of my hillbilly related entries very soon. I just discovered that if you put his name or his bands name into a search engine, MY fucking diary shows up! So I'll be putting all entries related to him in a private folder. To get there all you do is go to iluvtunes.diaryland.com./private/ once there you put in my username (iluvtunes) and the password is lucky7. Of course, I'll only do this when I'm talking about him, all other entries will be public. I just don't want HIM to find my diary!! Anyhow, thanks for leaving me the note! XO.....Christina
from charminggirl :
Oh I have tons of cure songs on midi files. Just tons! T'was wonderfully grand to find.
from flufflebunny :
hehe...ok...I admit that was a bit thick of me, but those movies could've been fake!!! You never do know...it's like saying everyone in England either talks like the Queen or the people off Coranation Street! I woudn't know about Elvis really...I'm too young and innocent! Wow, you really had a 'mad note leaving' sesh didn't you? And as for the Gagmaster...just as I predicted he/she couldn't keep their identity secret! Mwoahahaha...I'm so evil, sometimes I scare myself.
from lilichild :
I wish I still had the original manuscripts they sent back to me, because they basically wrote their comments on it and some sort of ranking number system that was either a grade or what order they'd print my work in, and apparently the higher the number the worse they thought it. Considering they print like 20 works a semester, my lowest number was like 30 or something, but one of my stories rated a 50 and a lot of my poetry was in the 70s and 80s. The comments were damn funny going back. It was stuff like "This story is really obscure, you need more backstory here." Uh, the freaking POINT of the story was the obscurity, jackass. It was an (I'd like to say avant-garde, but I don't think that's the right word) piece in first person addressing some unknown person. I really think they didn't *get* it. However, as I've said, none of these people actually publish anything, so that's what I find so funny about all of it.
from angrystarlyt :
I'm so happy you had a wonderful day, I love my Diaryland compadres like my family and it makes me happy when they're doing well :D Ohh, gosh, it might take a little bit, but since you're special, let me just finish the one I'm on and then I'll skip straight to you, ok?
from groovebunny :
Thanks sweetie for the note. I decided to change it cause I found that someone has been doing searches on my real name and found my diary. And that person hit my diary over 500 times in the past few days. Just weird and it freaked me out a bit so I took my pic down. But I love the one I have on it now. It's a part of the painting "The 3 Stages of Woman" by Klimt. *hugs to you* :)
from charminggirl :
wonderfully, enchantingly charming oh i like the sound of that! thanks :) but only one of the greatest gentlemen would say such a thing.
from charminggirl :
You haven't mentioned it enough. How about one more time, at least. ;)
from charminggirl :
Aww thanks I try to be, hehe. Sometimes it comes across as "SEXUAL" but I'm one for the senses. As I should be.
from charminggirl :
Even if life sucks at times or most of the time at least it's one good memory that is worth it all. Hopefully it's our children or a very special loved one.
from i-am-jack :
Yes, that is very true and probably the reason I am getting nowhere right now. I am too buisy giving my problems a face. Choosing some deserving (but still distracting) poster child to direct all my restlessness and anger towards. I will have to keep that in mind. What, not Who.
from tiphane :
Hey, do you have any mollies in your tank? Mollies are so precious, I used to have some, they were the only fish I ever owned, and eventually they all died. :( I was heartbroken. I never would have thought I'd get so attached to aquatic life, it's not like I could pet them or anything...but I did get attached. Mollies are so gorgeous, they come in all different interesting colors, and supposedly they're good in tanks with hordes of different fish, but my tank was not that big or spectacular, there were only the mollies. As for your dog problems earlier. I don't know how big your yard is, but perhaps you should try building a dog run? It'd certainly cure your stir crazy feeling until you get a job. It would give your dogs a place to play safely without allowing them to eat the bushes and the house. My dog is a chewer, but she weighs 5 lbs, so she only manages to chew up things like favorite books, family heirlooms and the like. lol
from charminggirl :
Aww now that's very nice of you. You alway make me smile. Anyway, level 5 huh, well I'm doomed to level 8. At least I'm with good company. As for baby fever, I've been having it for 4 years :( It seems like forever. BOOOOO!
from janysdrkpoet :
You,my dear, are an absolute charmer! Now you're making ME blush!lol. Sounds like Herc needs some valium or something,lol. We used to have a dog like that so I sympathize with you. Perhaps it is a vitamin deficiency? That's what the vet told us about ours. Ok, so I've yakked enough :) and Damnit!I'm glad you're still here!! lol. *hugs*
from janysdrkpoet :
Aww!! Genius I am NOT! But that's kind of you. Now where the hell are you?? It's not like you to go for days without updating! Hope everything is ok:)*hugs*
from flufflebunny :
Grimm, my man, how are you? You're getting me worried - not updating! :)
from abstrusely :
thanks. thought I'd do your surveys since I was here. Will drop by again.... i like the muisc , but i keep singing "don't pay the ferry man"....yes, I am abnormal.
from wordsofmine :
You're most welcome. I do believe I see riding in my weekend plans!
from janysdrkpoet :
Hey! I think I got it worked out now, thanks so much for the help with that,lol, I'm sure that song got annoying for some people. And I thought maybe since you helped me with that, I could make you a couple of GrimmButtons? If that's ok? Let me know! *hugs and more hugs*
from luv-2-sing :
how do u make music play in the background?
from janysdrkpoet :
Yay!! It works! Thank you thank you! If there's anything I can do for you(in a purely friendly type way-hee hee) then let me know. And see?--> I knew I liked you for a reason, I think you might be a tad bit redneck, babe!*hugs*
from janysdrkpoet :
Hey again! I tried putting the code on diary but "BEG" wasn't showing up, so I experimented and used the code from your diary and "DFTR" played. Was there something else I needed to do ? I feel like a moron, lol. And thanks for all your help :)*hugs*
from janysdrkpoet :
Hey hon! Thank you for adding me as a favorite! I wasn't expecting that, a very nice surprise :) And yes, I would love to put the song on my diary..what exactly do I need to do? Any help would certainly be appreciated! *hugs*
from xdistantfate :
Oh! I'm so sorry I didn't respond to your note. No one ever leaves me notes, so I hardly ever check them. :) I got a small part, a mother of one of the children who waits for Santa. I have some lines (yay) and I get to act sarcastic, which I'm good at ;) Now you don't have to curse voodoo on me, lol. Hope all is well, talk to you soon!
from devian :
i can't get to your diary...your effects don't like my computer...anyway, i was going to touch on the subject of male cameltoes and wearing tight jeans in general, but i decided to keep it focused on the ladies. i like imagination a lot...which is why most porn doesn't appeal to me. my imagination tends to be better than the real thing, so it works out best for everyone. super-tight pants on anyone--male or female--i find grotesque.
from wifemotherme :
No NO NO i wasnt calling you a slacker. hummm....I just meant that todays entry was slackerish...yeah yeah thats what I meant
from wifemotherme :
I reminded you of something you forgot? Good then I guess I can skip calling you a slacker for todays entry even if it did make me chuckle
from janysdrkpoet :
Hey Grimm ;) Thank you for the note in my guestbook.. have I told you lately that you are the coolest guy EVER?? hee hee. And I know this is going to sound sad but how about "Don't Fear the Reaper"?
from punktress17 :
hey, i had to leave u a note cuz the thingy at the bottom of the page, the marqee thingy was cool..it was funny hehe... oh and i like the way your diary is set up :o)
from quietguy :
Thank you very much for leaving your note. There are a lot of Bond fans out there, believe me! And don't worry, I don't cuss anyone. ;-)
from lauralgood :
Thank you for leaving me a note! It really made me smile and after the day I had I needed to smile. I read your entry about "vulgar" and I will take your word for it. I will not see it. I too felt that "Silence of the lambs" was one of the most scary movies because of it being so possible to happen. I hate to think how horrible human nature can be. I do hope you continue to enjoy my diary, though things have really become boring and mundane so I hope some exciting (good) things will happen soon. I will be keeping up with you as well. Oh, by the I like the layout of your site. Have a happy day! Laural
from asrael :
As long as we're in agreement that something displaced the vehicles. Most people would say I'm just plain crazy and that they were never there in the first place.
from charminggirl :
Whoohoo! My first member! For that you get the biggest and bestest cookie! ;) XXXcharminggirlXXX
from sianni :
I think I had typed your diary name incorrectly into my buddies list. I had thought you'd stopped writing because it just never updated so I took you off - and now you leave me a note and I am happy because you ARE still around and it was just me being dyslexic and typing in your name wrong! YEAY! *click* i'm puttin gyou back on there :)
from beagle47 :
thank you, grimm. odd what comes out from the end of my fingertips sometimes. i sincerely appreciate you reading and hope all is well. peace.
from charminggirl :
Don't worry my WONDERFUL lawyer is taking care of all that. Thanks fo r the support :) XXXcharminggirlXXX
from allegedwife :
what are ganas? and how do you know I haven't got any?
from x-st-anger-x :
Hey, I saw your banner one day and I thought It was funny..Your diary layout and thots are cool..My diary's sorta dark, drop by if your interested:)
from avalonte :
Lol! Of course I've been over to your place!! But, no, I found the inner child quiz somewhere else. Oh, and thanks for the public thank you, for sending Annie's e-card!! Btw, I tried to send Annie an e-mail, (in reply to her's) but it got sent back twice. Any idea why?
from groovebunny :
Thanks for the note. Actually, I think at this point it's probably a friendship that has ended. C'est la vie right? I just couldn't let myself let go until I tried to reach out one more time. It's probably for the best. Oh! Just wanted to tell you too I love the way you've got the fade going on your page. Tres cool. ;)*hugs*
from luv-2-sing :
hi! its me. i just wanted to tell you that i invited (persuaded) my bff to join your diaryring! she says it rocks, and her diary will be inlocked soon.
from janysdrkpoet :
For some reason your 'link me' page hates me...the rest of your diary loads fine but whenever I try to get to that page, the thing goes whacko! Damnit I want a grimm button!! lol..
from avalonte :
Oh! Btw, I love the page transition effects on your page!! Very cool! Also, I forgot to thank you for you message the other day. Thank you so much for the lovely note you left me about K!
from avalonte :
Looks like a really lethal virus!! Lol!!! I hope Annie enjoyed her bday, and that loads of people sent e-cards!!
from angrystarlyt :
Actually, there was very little on the Waco and Jonestown incidents in the book; it focused mainly on current militias/cults, and we all know what happened to the aforementioned ones. I just went and looked them up myself. I felt ill reading about it--all those children, mainly. And I'm a big conspiracy theorist (oh, shut up) so I was NOT bloody happy with the government when I really dug into some information on Waco. It's really fascinating in a gruesome sort of way.
from augustdreams :
Just sent an e-card! And you are *not* worthless. Believe me, I've been there. My health has sometimes kept me from working and I know that just batters the hell out of your self-esteem. But the truth is that the kind of person you are, and the way you treat people is so much more important than any job or any amount of money. If you did nothing beyond just loving and being there for the people who love you, being a good friend, parent and partner, you would still be a raging success. That having been said, I'm sure you'll find a job. And they'll be lucky to have you. Hang in there and don't let it drag you down. ~Nic
from asrael :
I wasn't sure what the hell to say in the card, but Annie sent me a thank you note so that made my day :)
from minstrelite :
You're welcome.
from squirrelx :
As long as my diary is gettin' a thumbs up from you, I'll know I'm doin' somethin' right. Thanks for readin' ... and more than that, thanks for carin' about me and mine. As ever, Xtine
from groovebunny :
Hehe...no bashing of sadangel on my account. It's obvious from reading her poetry she is not a happy camper. It's kind of weird that people would do my TakeThis survey and not really get that it's about laughing at oneself. But then again, that's something that comes with age.:) I really was just trying to get people to visit her page. As I said she doesn't sound like a happy person. Who knows, maybe some kind words and inspiration can help a troubled kiddie. *hugs*
from avalonte :
I tried to leave you a note the other day, but I don't think it worked. So, forgive me if I'm repeating myself! I just want to say thanks for all your pc advice, and for your encouragement over the toothbrush!! Lol! Oh, and your Santa story gave me the chills!! But what chilled me more was my thoughts of, "Ha! She deserved it!!" Lol!!!
from groovebunny :
Awww thanks for the note. Don't worry you won't make my delete list.:) That entry was written for a friend who has a habit of reappearing in my life, making promises and then disappearing without a word. I hope when he reads it he will understand that's it's about him and remove me from his list as well. But even if he doesn't, I've blocked him so he can never see when I'm online. Also, if that line inspires you to write something please feel free to use it. ;) *hugs*
from flufflebunny :
hehe - so am I so am I! But only for like...8 mins more :( Hmm...'like someone else I know' eh? Who would that be - Brent? You? The magical dinner plate from alaska (mental...I've gone)
from fufflebunny :
lol - more and more people keep finding my poetry! It's bad...very bad....and how? lol! Let's just pretend the poetry was written b6y a demented five year old, shall we? :)
from shdwsoldier :
Love the banners...
from talitha-koum :
So I couldn't resist the literary puppy-dog look and I visited you. There, happy? Visit me too, please, new diary is lonely. It's "rebornpunk". Thanks. <><
from wordsofmine :
I tried your link and it took me to an error page.
from saladwhore :
Oh, I unlocked a couple days ago, figured I'd see how it went. Quiet so far. :) Yay. Glad you can read again.
from charminggirl :
BTW have you looked at my profile? I put Lovecraft as one of my favorites. hehehe. anyway, that should answer your question.
from charminggirl :
Hehe. Funny you banner just popped up when I was writing this. The Grimm's Fairy Tales. Cute. Anyway, yeah what a dream huh. Hmmm, I was thinking about making that into a short story or something--along with other dreams I've had. So what do you think? Crazy dream or what?
from augustdreams :
http://augustdreams.diaryland.com/extrastuff.html <-- My adopted demons. ;)
from asrael :
I believe you've made my day Mr. Grimm. Thank you for your note :)
from tasukitoad :
Why, thank you.
from smoog :
Somehow, I think membership to the fugly ring would end up being a little on the lean side. Heh. Ta for dropping by.
from charminggirl :
HAHAHA! Well, waxing is different and the trick is to keep doing it. When waxing it grows in soft, silly.
from charminggirl :
aww you have to at least you have to give it a try.
from wifemotherme :
<<<What's wrong with rednecks? I'm a redneck! :-) >>>>>I had this visual of a redneck vampire..........I laughed myself out of my chair!
from charminggirl :
Oh it's not that bad. Your strong, give your wife the best gift of all and that would be to not get your pubes in her mouth. ;)
from psy-vamp :
Hello there. I liked your entry. I think too many people pretend these days that gruesome things are very normal, even pleasant. I like the fact that you wrote your true thoughts upon the movie. I'm pretty sure that I'll check it out one of these days. Though, it DID scare you & not much scares you, so it will no doubt scare the hell out of me. Pet Sematary scared me. Silence of the Lambs did not. I watched them both [[for the first time each]] on the same night once. It's strangely coincidental that you'd mention both of those. The Jason, Freddy etc movies were stupid. Pointless. Ridiculous. Even laughable, you're right about that. Judging by your template, you seem to welcome death and gore into your life fairly easily. What's up with that?
from flufflebunny :
yup...I know of Ziggy Stardust! ah...better days. He also starred in one of my fave films - Labrinyth - made the year I was born! Yay for Bowie!!! Hmm...I still must rent Vulgar tho, I just MUST now. When I say I'm doing something I don't ver often back up on it - hell, I burnt my shoes! hehe! :)
from morrigen :
Hey, thanks for the link, I nearly choked laughing...damnit, I'm a walking stereotype. ;]
from morrigen :
Hi there, I've just started reading your diary, hafta say "furry little bastard" is cool, one of mine is often known as "bastard-cat" or "poo-cat", tho' I love the big fat guy. Anyway just thought I'd stop by and introduce myself. ;}
from janysdrkpoet :
Yep, me again! I'm just popping up all over the place..If you're interested heres a name generator to try: http://www.necroticobsession.com/gothname.html Mine, coincidentally was 'bitch slave'....go figure :)
from charminggirl :
uh-huh THE CURE!!!!!!!!! Oh happy day! That's right Robert Smith (God himself).
from charminggirl :
Yes, I know you are one of the most charming men out there. Well, for American men that is. Also, thank you for your kind word. Anyway, hope you had a nice birthday, sounds like you did. Make sure you thank the mrs. for the untalkable stuff. ;) Tah tah turkey!
from groovebunny :
Yay! Another Ripley fan!:) See now I knew you are ultra cool. I have to agree with you. She is the best of all time. I've yet to find a herione that I connect with on so many levels as I do Ripley.:) *hugs*
from vbitch :
thanks for the note...and you can never say fuck too many times...it's just so descriptive, woudln't you agree!
from wifemotherme :
HAPPY BRITHDAY!!!!!!
from dont-stop :
Happy anniversary of a great pain for your mother, and a great debt for your father! I just had mine last Friday. Interesting banner.
from sombrengel :
I just wanted to let you know I love your diary, very interesting
from asrael :
Sorry for the delayed reply. What I wrote in that entry really happened. I gave up on having stuff published though. Thank you for the compliment.
from i-am-jack :
Today I saw your eye banner. Damn you have some scary eyes. I would not want to be on your bad side!
from angrystarlyt :
Well, I've decided that I shall indeed do a personal review, once I finally get down to it. I've come to really enjoy *all* incarnations of your diary, so I'll review you whether you like it or not! :D
from ursamajor :
i took the desk with me. ;)
from devian :
actually, the song is called "alanis morrisette". what's so funny about ALL his songs (and he has over 50 albums) is that he uses like the SAME music in every one! he uses a casio keyboard and their built-in beats and just says crazy-ass shit over them. he was mentally ill and it is OBVIOUS in his work. but he was a genius.
from phreak13 :
out of impulse I read your last diary entry.If you're broke why not go sell your blood and plasma? fifty bucks a pop and you can do it once a week.And since you're a dude you can sell sperm!
from allmadhere :
So you are cool too! They so need to make a cartoon staring baby Plucky. We need to start a campaign.
from dani-lou :
Thanks for the note. Unforunately, the shakey hands don't go in that direction. Boo, hoo. Dani.
from red-savannah :
Grimm-first off thanks for the wonderful note and adding me as a 'buddy'-I think your love for your lady, children, and pets is incredible! They are all very lucky for you to be in their lives!
from lilichild :
Oh, I definitely agree with you on the definition of wealth there. You can be a millionaire with absolutely no one and nothing else in your life but what is the value of it all? I remember I was back in, geez, I think it was 7th grade, I wrote a poem called "Richest of the Poor" that illustrated that very point. Of course, it was seventh grade poetry so it's rather bad and I've since lost it but still... :)
from theshakedown :
blogger awards... they are all over the place. bloggers giving voting for the best "whatever" blogger. it's a ego-stroking thing and it's stupid.
from unordinary-1 :
You have such an awesome outlook, Grimm. And that's wonderful! I'm so hopeful for you & Annie. :-)
from scarydoll :
You should definately get a fotolog. You'll be hooked, I promise! :)
from mightymaeve :
Awww. What a powerful entry you wrote about fear, employement and your love for your girl. I got all emotional while i was reading it.
from mightymaeve :
Wowzers! I haven't been on the computer (well, at least for more than 3 seconds at a time) in the past week. Finally, I have gotten a chance to try to play catch up! What a deee-light to see so many notes from you! You're amazin'! My responses: 1. Whatcha think -you and me starting a petition for more seasons of FOREVER KNIGHT?! Oh wait a minute...they foolishly killed all the main characters at the end...all except for my fav, LaCoix...On the other hand, it IS a vampire show..death is nothing we can't work around.... 2. I mentioned your insurance point to M's dad. Thanks for the heads-up! That'll get the daughter-in-law some brownie points. 3. Speaking of 'heads-up,' glad you 'came' through the black out. Teehee. Yup, very tickled you and your gal 'came' through it. *giggling like a school girl***
from flufflebunny :
hmm...I asked my body the question 'can't we all just get along?' My thighs laughed at me...my arse ignored me. Oh well...at least my breasts were upfront (boom boom!) And there we go...my paltry attempt at humour for tonight! :)
from asrael :
Enough wars indeed. However it seems that the best of friends start out as bitter enemies.
from loop-8 :
well, i notice when you change your imood thing, at least. but that's just me and i'm weird. ^ _ ^ people tell me i can't see the forest through the trees. i notice all the small details and nothing else. :P once again, glad you got a break! XP
from scarydoll :
Hey, the photos are on my fotolog. The link is on the top bar of the page. ;)
from lilichild :
Thanks for the notes, I don't always respond (though I *so* should, bad me <spanks self>), but it's much appreciated. Going from memory, the collaboration sounds definitely cool, definitely liked that quote as well
from beagle47 :
thank you for the note, grimm'. you do not give yourself enough credit. i enjoy your writing. keep it up, and remember me when you make the first million, would you? ;)
from silverbiker :
i thank you for the kind message you left me in my guestbook.. there is a certain man who apparently does not like me period..and that is why i wrote that.. i'd rather not say on here but..well thats basically it.. thank you again..stay in touch.. ~donde esta la noche..~
from cookie-bitch :
Never heard of the song "Existential Blues" you had me curious..so it took me a bit but I download it and um..well its unique alright and it gave me a good laugh..thanks : )
from i-am-jack :
LOl I sure hope I am not how well my tub drains, or I would be pretty pathetic.
from babykanu :
Hi again! Im just letting you know that I have moved (diaries) again. I used to be lies-undone but now im babykanu Hope you are doing well! ::HUGS::
from dmgirl1 :
Hope your job hunting goes well. Good answers (hauling hay...yeah not so much). I have 18 Cure Cd.s (only topped by Depeche Mode of course) and Bloodflowers is the most horrible cd. It is the last one they put out. Horrible...don't bother. I don't know what happened there. I hear it is because R. Smith and his wife got divorced. (you'd think that would become his music but no!) But every other CD is a wonderful Cure investment. You should look into it.
from dani-lou :
Thanks for adding me as a favorite. How was that celery? By the way it is a stalk, not a stick. He, he. Best wishes, Dani.
from kristintracy :
Hey! I LOVE when people add me as a favorite, so go right ahead and do just that. There are lots of skeletons and scary things on your page! EEeek! Hope things work out with finding a job, the baby, etc. That's a Thanksgiving-size load on your proverbial plate!
from desertwitch :
*sending good vibes* for the phlebotomy interview to go well. Man I didn't know things were so bad -- but am not surprised, because practically ever other peson I talk to around here has a relative/friend/spouse who's been out of work for a long time. Sergio's sister finally found a part-time job but still is looking for a second one AND he told me that she just declined this interview at a PSYCHIACTRIC office, of all places, where the office manager told her on the phone that when she showed up for the interview to please tell the front desk chic that she was a patient because "that's who you're replacing" -- it's so bad out there that all the asshole bosses seem to be abusing the situation. Serge's sis didn't go there because -- GO FIGURE -- she thought if this bitch is willing to lie and dump the current employee like this she may very well be routinely firing them JUST before they make it through probation so she doesn't have to pay bennies, etc. Whole lot of that shit going down over here -- just check out the Monster.com message boards -- SCARY -- all sorts of horrors stories about people with 10 or 15 years of experience and masters degrees out of work for like 2 years. Hope it starts getting better soon -- bleh, now must go back to my piece of job -- that's why I put up with it, hopefully until I can find something a bit more meaningful. *sigh*
from flufflebunny :
hehe...yeh...I shoulod stop worrying. But I'm taking it baby steps at a time...first I had to stop worrying what would happen if I was in love...now I can focus on stop worrying why I deserve it. But I told him! I said (ok...typed) I love you...and he said I love you too! woo! lol, sorry, I can't help it. I've never been in love before and I feel goddamn brilliant! Spread the love! God I wish it would be perfect forever...I know it probably won't...but it would be the most amazing thing! And you - you are gonna have a job - and one involving blood, too...how goddamn spiffy! Hmm...I think maybe I'm going overboard on the blasphemy today? :)
from lilith73 :
Hooray for employment! And I am still working on your questions..my almost-ex-sister-in-law is being a butt right now.
from dani-lou :
Glad you liked my vegetarian entry. Hope it made you laugh. We non-meat eaters aren't that bad. Best wishes, Dani.
from gutterpoet :
Mr. Grimm sir! I much enjoyed your latest story. Keep them coming, very good work. And something about the name Mr. Grimm puts me in a Seussian mode. Are you indeed, Mr. Grimm? I am, I am! from my bottom to my rim sorry too much coffee today
from scarydoll :
thanks for the note. I know you understand, you always know just what to say. ;)
from vampishone :
sweet image...makes me think that terry pratchett threw a dab of color on 'death' or somehow got mixed in with tolkien's wraiths.
from angrystarlyt :
Why, when you mix Louis L'Amour and Stephen King, you get the Dark Tower series, of course! :D
from asrael :
Apology accepted :) I added you to my fave's list as well. It's nice to find someone here that doesn't blow things out of proportion and make a war of a misunderstanding. Take care :)
from false-apathy :
For one to be phsyically blind, it does not stop them from seeing the world. The question really lies with one who is blind in the heart, even if they can watch their step- they are blind to the realities and the beauty. And I am in no place to judge that, so you must answer your own question.
from flufflebunny :
Supernatrual Western eh? Hmm...I may have a read when my brain and heart have calmed down a bit...hey, I'll let you in on a little secret Grimm...you have to promise not to tell anyone ever! Promise? Ok...I think (note: think) I'm in love. But shhh....don't tell anyone!
from loop-8 :
oh and thanks for that big big big big big sticks! :P
from loop-8 :
thanks about the quizzes comment! and your page still looks neat with the skullrider *thumbs up*
from flufflebunny :
nope...not gone gold...still all nice and free! Cheers for the compliment tho :) Hmm...you shouldn't feel bad about your banner. You shouldn't have to make excuses for yourself. It's like me worrying about not having a black cat, green skin and black hair! I dunno...people are just a bit wierd. They can't just accept people for what they are. If you weren't a vampire you wouldn't be Mr.Grimm! Anyway...I am off to build me a rings page so I can join the Stupid heads ring! :)
from saladwhore :
Dude, you have to email me for the PW, I can't give it to you out in the open like this, LOL. Saladwhore AT Diaryland.com (I hope that works.)
from loop-8 :
dammit! i knew i should have bought those school pics! well, anyway, my sister wants to get a camera tomorrow to take pics of our new friends, i'll get pics of my hair and earrings and send them to you asap :P
from angrystarlyt :
Oh, I'm disappointed (I'm a reviewer at Ethereal Reviews)! Your diary seemed really interesting and I was hoping to be the one who got to review it. I respect your decisions, though... :(
from false-apathy :
A vampire's eyes...
from loop-8 :
i don't mind if you add me at all :P six earrings is cool. i want them all down my ear eventually ^ _ ^
from asrael :
You haven't bothered me, actually, you made me realize how quick I am to shove something down people's throats without considering their reactions and I thank you for that. I have written an apology as well, and while I don't expect you to read it (apologies aren't my specialty...) know that the gesture is there.
from wifemotherme :
Personally I loved the vamp banners! Dont worry. Anyone who is retarded enough to be disappointed that your not a "real blood drinking vampire" will probably not going to be out of their padded room long enough to get to bent out of shape.
from boardho :
I like your vampire layout. Anyone who is disappointed because you are not a "real" vampire should be stab in the heart with a wooden stake. Some people's kids.
from flufflebunny :
you have BANNERS! Wow....I just saw one!!! I didn'r know you had banners! I read it and thought 'that sounds like'...my eyes went right 'oh it IS!!!' Wow...banners. Sorry, I am actually really impressed...I want them!!! lol
from dmgirl1 :
I am so happy I stumbled in here. I am also an agnostic virgo writer cure fan. Do I have to go gold to join stupidheads? I would love to join. I am going to come up with good questions before I send them to you. (hopefully, now you might just be dissappointed). Enjoyed the stay!
from charminggirl :
Whoohoo! A cure fan. Psst btw you've got good taste (guitar solo---cramps).
from psy-vamp :
wow. I don't have much in common with you at all, except for being a virgo writer who's in love with a perfect woman. :) I like your diary. and fact number 101 was very cute. xo.
from groovebunny :
Accckk! Sorry that was so gross in retrospect. I hadn't had anything to eat when I left that last note and must have been delirious. :) Have a great weeknend! I am so glad you're back!*hugs*
from groovebunny :
Haha! So how can you be so sure there have'nt been any butts in your sink and on your garbage disposal? :)
from flufflebunny :
you can't destroy them! I won't let you! And I have a green duck to back me up on this! Mwohahahaha! World domination...and now for my next trick, I will disappear from this highly amusin notes session because I have to lie in bed and look at the cieling (some people call this time sleep I think...) so bye! :)
from flufflebunny :
oh yeh! I'm such a stupid head! lol! but what about men who don't like piercings?...
from groovebunny :
Wooohooo! Thanks for the welcome to Stupid Heads. I feel very honored to be part of this ring. ;) *hugs*
from flufflebunny :
ooh yeh...I have to tease him in some way...and as I am shy I can't do it *ahem* physically...although I'd love to...oh now I'm getting sidetracked.... Where was I? lol. Yeh, I know about the laughing at and with thing, Orville (small green duck) taught me that when I was 10(!) I hope he reads it before *the* night tho...ooh that would be totally groovy...hehe...nope...sidetracked again. It's no use, is it? Think about other things...oh look a cloud!
from lilith73 :
ooh, I want questions!
from girlryanb :
Thanks so much for your notes. Love the feedback (surprisingly!). Love your thoughts on spirituality. I'm a reformed agnostic, myself. Still quite agnostic, actually, just found and defined my own deep spirituality based on what makes sense to me. Changed my life. Cheers.
from moon-rose :
No problem. I'm sometimes start to think that the only people who read my diary is two of my friends. Thanks for saying that you like my diary. God bless.
from goodsandwich :
OK, you've waited patiently long enough! Here are your questions. Numbers one and four are totally ripped off from someone who interviewed Verdine, because they are kick-ass. 1. Tell us someting you can't believe *anyone* believes; something that just makes you do a double-take when someone says they think or feel that way. 2. Tell us something about a work of art that influences your daily life -- doesn't matter the genre, but the work(s) should be specific and I want wordy reasons! 3. Tell us about a moment in your childhood when you really had a revelation. Doesn't have to be anything that you would consider to be a big deal now as an adult -- just something that, as a kid, was a big moment of understanding. 4. Everyone has a list of songs that they secretly love but can never admit they like, because their credibility will be ruined. But now your cover is blown! Cough up a track list and, for added credit, liner notes. 5. Tell us about a physical accomplishment you are proud of -- building, athletics, whatever you've done with hands or body. And a bonus question -- are vampires genetically lactose-intolerant? Or just some of you?
from mightymaeve :
LaCroix! That's who it was that said that! It was buggin' me...sorry, had to share my lightbulb.
from mightymaeve :
Have you ever seen "Forever Knight?" It is a Canadian production. If you have, what did you think of that vampire portrayal? I found it intriguing. As one of the characters said, 'curious-er and curious-er.'
from silverbiker :
i bid you a hello!..quite a nice diary..
from mightymaeve :
by the way, i hope i didn't offend you with my male vs female entry the other day! I really do think men have pressure as well and i know for a fact that they have feelings too! Imagine! And they can hurt too. Good point about growing older that you mentioned. It does make us yearn for the benefits of youth! I can not believe how i got to be 26! I mean, I just don't know how it happened!
from squirrelx :
Many blessin's have come my way as a result of spendin' time in Diaryland. I count your friendship as one of the most precious. As ever, Xtine
from squirrelx :
Thanks for the note! I've had to let diarizin' slide some 'cause life is movin' too fast. I can't seem to keep up with livin' it, much less writin' about it, and my Diaryland membership is close to expiration anyway. Maybe it's time to say 'bye' and move on. Warmest regards, Xtine P.S.: I loved your 100th entry! P.P.S.: I'm havin' the same problem with guestbooks that you are.
from desertwitch :
HEY!!! Welcome back yourself! Haven't checked you out since your honey left a note that you were taking a break -- and yes, I too wonder why men aren't allowed into male strip joints unless they're designated gay. I think it's because the promoters/club owners assume straight guys might harass/catcall the male strippers for fun! That would be funny in a way -- a big throwdown freeforall between nearly naked men and angry boyfriend-hubbies of chics chucking dollar bills -- I'd pay to see that!
from helderheid :
Happy 100th! Fab-o, my friend.
from goodsandwich :
I'll send you questions shortly -- anything to get you to update again!
from muse11 :
Thank you, I like it too! I'm a big Vincent freak....
from groovebunny :
oh damn...try this instead of just her name: Kimora Lee Simmons Karl Lagerfeld. That should get ya some hits. I come up as #3 on google with that listed. :)
from goodsandwich :
I'll tell ya, any woman worth her weight in toilet brushes would do exactly what that nice old lady did - understand that if a little one's gotta go, a daddy's gotta take him, wherever he can. And now you've been to the inner sanctum! If you ever get the chance, you should check out the ladies' room at a Bucca di Beppo restaurant. A scream!
from gumphood :
Welcome to SweetReviews. I am glad to see another male on the staff. Also; as a note. If you have any questions I will be more than happy to answer them for you. I am surprised you picked this site.
from muse11 :
Do you know whhhhhhhhhy you downloaded that same song?????? Because it is a damn good song!! Mhmm, that's right.
from flufflebunny :
lol - I'll get a guestbook when I learn where to get one from...and how to link to it through all of the scary code!!! GASP - so YOU are one of the scary lurkers, eh?!
from desertwitch :
-- and can relate to your entry on Kane/why you enjoy wrestling because lately I've been getting hooked on As The World Turns cuz it's on in the break room most times I catch lunch at work. And it's the same thing -- you KNOW it's fake but, especially if most of the actors have any personality whatsoever, you get hooked on the twist and turns of the story arcs -- IF the writing is OK too! And that soap in particular is a soapy-soap -- my word for a soap that does not pretent it's not a soap -- in other words, has soapy plot lines like switched/long-lost babies (but not too many), crazy evil twins, chics kidnapped and put in wells (going on right now in that soap) and sleazoid overthetop bad guy con men, etc. GOOD CLEAN FUN :)
from i-am-jack :
Yes a few people have told me that I should call Osha on them about the water bottles. It would be a good idea to get their asses shut down. ;^}'
from beagle47 :
i am equally honored by your note. your 5 questions: 1) you have been chosen to change one thing on earth, with the only restriction being this change cannot directly benefit anything other than your soul. what will you change? 2) of what are you most proud at this moment? 3) blonde or brunette? 4) complete this sentence: "my perfect romantic interlude, the one i would remember on my death bed, the one i would cling to in times of deepest darkness, the one which would free my soul, would look like this: ______________ 5. when is the last time you whispered? what did you whisper? why did you whisper as opposed to speak in a normal tone? peace. (and i really mean that).
from flufflebunny :
cheers for the note btw :)
from flufflebunny :
Ok - these can be saturday 5 (well....6) or something....you don't have to wait until friday to post your answers (I am not that cruel!). 1. Have you always been an insomniac - or did a specific event or age trigger it? 2. How did you meet your lady? Was it love at first sight, or did you fall in love gradually? Who declared love first? 3. I can't figure out what religion you are...you are ordained - but are a vampyre - do the two not conflict? 4. Where are you originally from - and which bit of America do you live in now? 5. Are you patriotic? To what extent? Do you like the current president? How do you feel about the military presence of America worldwide? 6. Have you ever been to England? If so, what did you think and which bits did you visit? What do you think about England? K - there you are :)
from bloodintears :
Hello. I was cruising around. You fucking rock, you seem really cool. Go you! O.o
from kimmy16 :
Thank you so much for adding me to your list of favorites! I think it is very sweet of you! I have gotten so many comments on how many exclamation points I use but they are often negative! It is very refreshing to see someone else using just as much! I will also add you to my favorites list and keep up w/ reading your diary!
from muse11 :
It was kind of you to add me to your list. When you get the chance, throw your lady back in the kiddie pool!!
from bettyalready :
Oh yeah, Little Miss Poo flinger person is 2. If she were 9, she'd be in some serious therapy.
from flufflebunny :
ooh - be careful with Kazaa - it screwed my computer up big time (like - kaboooom!) but Morpheus is good. I have that now, too. Kazaa lite is also good...has anyone noticed how much the Morpheus icon looks like the (scary) Simon memory game...?
from i-am-jack :
Nothing like someone else's graduation to make you think of your own. And not just your own graduation, but your own life as well. Thank you for your congratulations on my brother.
from honestyonly :
I'm so so sorry for your loss. My thoughts are with you.
from bettyalready :
that is too wierd, the note posted from both my accounts and I didn't post the damn thing from both. Anyhoo, do you think the ephedra is making you NOT SLEEP!? Hm?
from prostituee :
that would explain why the hell I was at a wiccan garden blessing and one of the "wiccan" women visiting for the first time drained me and I suspect Paul, the reverend of the church. He actually told her she needed to calm down (with better wording). I noticed he left the crowd at times to go inside, which I also had to do to get away. I had to go home to sleep for the rest of the afternoon.
from bettyalready :
that would explain why the hell I was at a wiccan garden blessing and one of the "wiccan" women visiting for the first time drained me and I suspect Paul, the reverend of the church. He actually told her she needed to calm down (with better wording). I noticed he left the crowd at times to go inside, which I also had to do to get away. I had to go home to sleep for the rest of the afternoon.
from bettyalready :
Ok ok ok, I went back a ways and found vampirism 101. And I have to say I'm glad there is no blood sucking involved because it makes me sort of want to gag, however I wouldn't have taken you off my favorites list because I don't think that a litle thing like blood sucking should get in the way of your favorite diaries even though you don't do any blood sucking.
from honestyonly :
I guess I better not ever switch back then! One of these days I'll quit being lazy and get my own domain.
from silent-heart :
The origin of those two survey questions came from Animaniacs. Hot Dogs come in packs of ten and buns in packs of eight for one of three reasons. One: The hot dog people hate us and want us to skip the good bread on our hotdogs. Two: Little kids don't usually eat hot dogs on buns, they just eat the cut up hot dogs, so the company is making convenient packaging options. Or Three: You just aren't shopping at the mega food stores, where you can indeed get a 10 pack of hot dog buns.
from i-am-jack :
Yes I am back! Unfortunately, sometimes I disappear for a few days or a week, or even longer. Either because I have too much to say and can not clarify my mind enough to say it well, or because I get so depressed I feel I have nothing to say. But I have always come back! ;^}'

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