messages to luvabeans:
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from bindyree :
:-)
from bindyree :
y'okay? y'feel it? :-P
from cloud9girl :
Hey, I read yours too! And I plan on doing something with Chantal . . . we exchanged numbers. That makes us sound like we're sweet on each other or something. And the best part about the rockin' menstrual cycle? It's scheduled to hit on Friday . . . my birthday. My reproductive system is that vindictive cheerleader from high school, I think. Crazy bubbly and mean as hell. Hope yours in a little kinder. :o)
from bonnylisbon :
I'm sorry that you get it.
from his-holiness :
Hey lady. Yeah, I have bookshelves. But I don't wanna talk about bookshelves, I wanna talk about bath toys. A little plastic raft with a water-spitting Eeyore. A floating Devil-Duck. Some washable markers for the tile walls. Incerdible Hulk Muscle Arm floatation devices. Minature floating bookshelf replicas, with tiny, plastic-coated editions of Nietzsche, Steinbeck, Brautigan & LaVey. But no Mr. Bubble. That shit gives me a rash.
from bonnylisbon :
Thanks, though wish me luck on the dinner. I know the "girlfriend" and I are going to fuck this up royally.
from gerg69 :
happy valentines day cutey!
from fridayfilms :
Yeah, the manta ray is sort of my favorite too. He looks kind of like he's always ready to party and would probably say something lude and inappropriate about your cleavage though in a way you can't help but laugh about.
from his-holiness :
Holy god... Just left Ayize's. No phone, no computer, no human contact since Wednesday... I've watched into the third Season of Buffy on DVD... I need to die.
from his-holiness :
Headed to Oakland this afternoon. Be at the Ease's until Sunday.
from his-holiness :
Bah! You're underselling yourself. By the way, that new photo; mega hot.
from his-holiness :
It wasn't as bad as all that. We'll work on rolling.
from his-holiness :
You want to roll one, or have you got Camels?
from shiloh26 :
Thank you. I was surfing Dland, came across you through two diaries, looked around your site and laughed till there were tears in my eyes...so it was a must.
from candoor :
Merry Happy New Year and may 2006 be the best year of your life (at least until 2007 :)
from bindyree :
I just had to tell you happy new year, and tell you how glad I am that you are on my Buddy List. Thank you for your lovely work here on Diaryland. :-) ♥
from his-holiness :
There's some weirdness with my new template, which I need to figure out. One thing for certain, if the window isn't maximized ya cain't do sheeit. I've been having trouble seeing my last two entries at all today. & What The Fuck is with these banners for outside services? Fuckin' bullshit. *smooch*
from science-boy :
No, not writing. Just got some odd emails from unknown persons. But I will make a PW for you! ;) s-b
from northrup :
I'm SO enjoying your diary - thank you so much for sharing! Well written AND funny - chocolate and peanut butter should be jealous, you blend it so well. Instant addition to my favorites list!
from lissacakes :
I clicked on Jonathan Safran Foer to see who else linked him... he has a second book... Incredibly Loud and Extremely Close. It is even better than Everything is Illuminated. I know, it seems impossible.
from candoor :
wonderfulness... a million entries in one... I've got to read it all again and again because my mind is flying around too much to focus on any one thing to comment upon... diagnosis: good and crazy :)
from theatre-geek :
Boo!
from regurgitated :
Thanks for the note, luvabeans! And so I'm pretty much an asshole for having everything that could possibly give you some type of information as to who I am. I can only imagine how frustrating it could be. Too bad you're not livejournal user friendly, we could add each other and be LJ BUDS. OMGWTFLOL
from candoor :
hope you don't mind that I immortalized you (in my own mind) by using your 100 Things to create an entry of 200 Things in my diary... I'll remove any reference to you if you don't like it, but I thought you might not mind :)
from gerg69 :
Yea I don't know why that note got sent twice. But i really REALLY want you to see that movie ..... I guess. I'm so smart.
from gerg69 :
hey, have you seen a movie called coffee and cigarettes yet? I think you'd dig it if you haven't. It's a Jim Jarmusch black and white. I saw it and thought about you cause it's got big bad Tommy Waits drinking coffee with Iggy Pop.
from gerg69 :
hey, have you seen a movie called coffee and cigarettes yet? I think you'd dig it if you haven't. It's a Jim Jarmusch black and white. I saw it and thought about you cause it's got big bad Tommy Waits drinking coffee with Iggy Pop.
from catspajamas :
http://www.nanowrimo.org/
from his-holiness :
Ohhhh... hee... I'm not sure. This one has, in many ways, snuck up on me. There's no plan. Ron's Farmhouse has no Karaoke that night, the Dr. is out of town, and my mother is in town. Shoot Me.
from his-holiness :
No. I can't get up there today. He may be headed here on Saturday. Funny thing is, over those 13 years, I've seen him on his b-day once, and he's come to one of my parties once. Why fuck with tradition?
from gumphood :
Fair enough, but trust me there are lots of common threads which I find interesting. Then the little idosnycraies also make things interesting as well.
from gumphood :
You DID sound like a bitch, but llike thats not a bad thing. The more I know about women the better. I would like to hear what you really think. Will you tell me.
from his-holiness :
Disturbing, innit? the Dr. checked out the site and it was total crap for her.
from catspajamas :
you totally suck for not calling me back when i was in oakland
from uberfrau :
yeah yeah, I know. What respectable person over 22 describes themselves as a paradox? It's just the principal of it. The principal.
from gerg69 :
Of course I knew. When I see a chance for mock indignation I take it. I forgot to throw in a "hmmph" though. Damn.
from themarassa :
Hey Luva, I have a huge favor to ask-- I know a gazillion and eight read your diary regularly. Do you think that you could do an entry on hurricane katrina and how to help (red cross, sally ann, etc)? My family is only one of.... thousands who are homeless right now, and although we are doing okay, there needs to be as much stated publicly as possible. The situation is such a mess, I can't even describe what it's like, and I'm nowhere near N.O. itself... so, since you're one of diaryland's most loved, whaddya think?
from babyfloyd :
luva - belated congrats on your move.
from arletterocks :
Yay for Oaktown! Yay for the west coast! Not yay for the hundred-degree weather expected in and around San Jose later this week.
from his-holiness :
I just got a hit from a Google search for you.
from samanthaphi :
No worries about the apartment. And there was no awkwardness because she simply never responded - still hasn't. I'm just sorry it didn't work out the way it could have. Maybe I'll come visit while you're there, you know, since I have family there and all.
from his-holiness :
Bwahahahahaha!!!! "We sell Pope domains" Holy fucking shit. Thank you.
from his-holiness :
My speakers were off... I shall give it another go.
from his-holiness :
Holy shit! His-holiness.com is not the Papal website, it's someone selling Pope-related domain names. Hahahahahahaha!!!
from his-holiness :
You do recall my declaration of intent to become Pope, yes? And yer damn skippy I'm coming to your party. Heh... Pope Klugarsh, the Wiseass
from his-holiness :
It has, as far as I am aware, only existed in musical form up to now. Soonsoonsoonsoon... You will be here soon, and we can finish our cigarette rolling lessons... heeeee
from his-holiness :
Is it Joe's Garage? Thank you, love. The "M...Hills" thing is not ringing a bell... But I like the East Bay... I'll like having you in the East Bay, right near Ayize... And it went really well. I should be shooting through August, by the way.
from smoog :
Hey luva. Yes, I have disappeared periodically in the past due to health shit, but I'm now doing *fabulously*. And, of course, so is my hair. By the way, can you think of *any* lyric better than this one in Angel of Montgomery, sung by Raitt with such ache in her voice? "How the hell can a person go to work in the morning, come home in the evening, and have nothing to say?" Because I can't.
from queen-lover :
Haha, oh yeah. It's even more of a laugh when the abbreviations and the incorrect spellings are authentic. lyk omg i kno. peaz out. u r kewl. xx
from niceguymike :
Hey, and it was even the truth!
from andgirlsays- :
you're welcome, and thank you. by the way, cummings is a wonderful poet! my favorite. <3
from trufulatree :
Really? Micheal Stipe's GAY?! … (joke). Can't say I'm really with you on the crush thing. But yes, he is sweet, in his small pixie way. :-D
from gumphood :
Yes. Lots of good juice. Its pretty much juice and booze. And not just any booze, but ANY BOOZE THEY CAN FIND!
from juliepoo15 :
Hi! Just a new reader here... Great diary, you're HILARIOUS and a fabulous writer.
from madamepierce :
luva - i updated my entry with the definition of 'farming.'
from monkey-king :
This is your Tom Waits movie soundtrack sighting of the week. The Documentary “Enron – The Smartest Guys in the Room” starts the opening credits with “What’s He Building?” The mid-point has Straight to the Top (Vegas), and end credits roll over (of course) to “God’s Away on Business). This has been your Tom Waits movie soundtrack sighting of the week. Had this been a real Tom Waits sighting you would be instructed to LOSE YOUR FUCKING MIND! Thank you.
from puter-chique :
Hi. New Fan. Great stuff. Thanks for checking out my page too. :)
from blazingstar :
gallavanting with friends i hadn't seen in awhile is exactly what i just did! definitely the perfect thing to do. i love your diary!
from monkey-king :
I'll pass it along, but hell, the owner didin't like the fact that we named it pastel hell. He is also the one who plays the yanni. When I'm done acting like a baby, that is!
from bluemeany :
You almost made me pee. Which is a good thing.
from monkey-king :
Oh yeah, and Etta James? Yesterday.
from cloud9girl :
Oh, I most definitely am going. Wednesday. And I'll probably go post-crazy with pictures, so you'll get to see the Oh-so-pretty effects. Thanks for the encouragement!
from untamedwings :
I was about to leave you a note. If you want the PW email me at untamedwings@gmail.com. I moved & locked because real-lifers found me!
from andreeb :
And thank YOU so much for thanking me! I swear, I've about had it with diarylanders who don't acknowledge each other. It crushes my fragile ego and awakens my inner bitchy beast :))
from hubbabub :
Thanks for the add! Sorry bout your unfortunate Friday! What a nice cabbie.
from themarassa :
Yay! You're back! I'm one of the cool kids again! I love exclaimation points!!
from his-holiness :
Yesssss.... Soooonnnnn..... Howeverrrrr... It turns out that I'm going to be knee deep in a 24-hour art project Sat/Sun, so we need to make sure I get my Bean-time before that. The timing is miserable for the project. Not only is that the weekend you're here, but it's the first day of Passover, when I'm supposed to be at Seder.
from catspajamas :
i changed my profile quote for you. i hope you like it"
from not-tuesday :
I just started reading your diary and I love it. You have a wonderful way with words.
from bindyree :
a shillelagh is a traditional Irish walking stick with a club on one end just in case of trouble. :-) Begorah!
from plopphizz :
Hey, I finally got a good comment for you in my favorites list. You know, I saw your book author note about e.e. cummings. I never understood his writing, but given your ability to string them word-thingies together real gud, I am guessing I should check him out again. Cya, P.P.
from singledadguy :
Or... read actually, I guess. Since you know.. you cant see me. :|... yah. Going ot bed now.
from singledadguy :
Tooo right girlie-girl! I DID participate. ;) Thanks for the kudos, and the look!
from fuzzhead :
Interesting you note that you are reading "A Clockwork Orange" I am in a English class right now and that book is the main focus for my next few papers. if you would like to see some background reading,essays, and reviews on the book, just let me know;)
from cloud9girl :
Of course, you are entirely correct. But what you DON'T know is that I write an entry, post it, reread it, hate it, edit it, again, one more time, last editting, THEN I'm ok with the little mental purging. You just responded too fast! I wasn't finished with my purging! Thanks though, your confidence in me is overwhelming. (That sounds reminiscent of a movie line . . . shoot. Can't remember which.)
from plopphizz :
Oh man, you had me at "making love with Regis in a hot tub full of pimientos"...because, really, who *hasn't* had that fantasy..(awkward silence)...yeah...uh...so, I didn't think anyone could rival Bony in the madlib department, but you definitely give him a run for his money. Great layout, too. -- P.P.
from niceguymike :
OK, can I just say that was a completely weird Mad Lib? And that I love these kinds of things? Heh.
from miss-k2 :
try http://losing-control.blogspot.com or http://missk2.diaryland.com userid losing password control. Sorry for the inconvenience. Love your diary, by the way.
from science-boy :
Check your email!
from redoleander :
hey, call me julia. sorry that that blurb was the impressionable taste you got from my journal. i'm not usually that dopey.
from girls-suck :
lubaveans
from stereogirl :
I love e.e. cummings too, I even read The Enormous Room once. I like him even though he was a Republican!
from crapstein :
Oh don't worry I wasn't replying to you. It was more so the person who thought it looked likeit was Sharpie. And I could follow your conversation with Trance, so there was no confusion there. Ahhhh, the problems of communicating on the internet. Thanks for responding though. I'll be back around. I really like your writings a lot.
from haus-frau :
OMG - please! It's so not a problem getting you and Jen! I'm just so excited to be going and having some good ol' fashioned drunken fun with complete strangers! (Can I possibly use any more exclamation points?!)
from kristintracy :
hey there! yes. cheers, of course, to you. i guess we're mates then, huh? oh. and i always spell it "holla". i think really it's a matter of personal taste. kind of like how there were two songs released around the same time back in the 90s: one was "whoomp there it is" and the other was "woot there it is" or similar. something like that. um. yeah.
from catspajamas :
Sorry, I thought you and schmutzie knew that WordKisses was also me, but then I guess you know what happens when you "ass-u-me" things.
from pterals :
pssst...was it called Deep Cove? If it was, you better come visit cause that's not far from here. Is this the friend that was supposed to move to Moose Jaw?
from gerg69 :
I think it might be interesting to see what turned out from Ziggy raising a border colley/black lab mixed puppy. they're hard to mail though. You would LOVE these puppies!
from monkey-king :
Don't worry about it. You can't rape the willing. I actually used to live in Hawaii, but it was in fourth grade, when you aren't allowed to have any fun. And being a honkey in 4th grade in Hawaii? Imagine a pint-sized version of the film "North Shore." Hey, you interested in trading books?
from monkey-king :
Actually, we were able to foil a security breach from pirates. All you really have to do is take a tack and puncture the ball... Oh wait, that’s Pilates. You’re correct, there is no way to stop pirates.
from monkey-king :
The driveway/parkway stemmed from the court case “Drive v. Park” in 1933. Also, it foils terrorism. Really it does.
from luvabeans :
dude, i totally noted myself by accident. hello? hello? is this thing on?
from luvabeans :
how did i know? my dad's an international spy. for serious. oh, yeah, that and the psychic powers. as for your question, i refuse to answer it until you can explain why one parks on a driveway and drives on a parkway.
from monkey-king :
I'm afraid that's classified. Incidentally, we at airport security (colon division) are curious to know how you were able to identify our staff. Might you have psychic powers? I’m afraid we’re going to have to take you in for questioning. First question: Why do they call it shipment when it goes by car, and cargo when it goes by ship?
from monkey-king :
Why yes. Yes I am.
from monkey-king :
Actually, tim's a little mad that I keep looking for sites on him.
from monkey-king :
Jesus Christ, at some point in tim, I'm going to find a site that's this great that HASN'T already been discovered by either arletterocks or his-holiness. But not this time.
from ramblin-bill :
She sounds cool - I wish I had the pleasure, but I don't recognize the name. Is she still in Cincinnati?
from gerg69 :
Dear Beans: Hi! Thats all. I haven't said that in a while. Sincerely, Gerg Nitmo
from cassiejo84 :
I like your writing style. It's quite refreshing.
from schmutzie :
I'm with you on the Statcounter thing. It's incredibly comprehensive. It's perfect for the obsessive types like myself. By the way, I am still working on that present for you. I hurt my thumb in the process, so there is a bit of a delay, but it's still coming. Never fear.
from coeurfragile :
Happy birthday!
from bindyree :
Happy happy birthday, Baybeeeeee. :-)
from moderngypsy :
You are so nice! Thank you muchly for adding me to your favorites, leaving me a note, and making the little newbie feel welcomed and loved. *sends hugvibes your way*
from madamepierce :
luva - I should mail you a cheese log. And some peppermint patties.
from schmutzie :
When I put that e. e. cummings poem in my entry, I thought came to me that it was probably a favourite of yours. No kidding. It just struck me as something you would have read and loved.
from his-holiness :
http://www.hipbase.com/radio.php
from his-holiness :
http://launch.yahoo.com/artist/videos.asp?artistID=1027385
from his-holiness :
http://www.rollingstone.com/artist/videos/_/id/704/thetragicallyhip?pageid=rs.Artistcage&pageregion=triple5
from picky-me :
Your sass is so refreshing. I wish I was prolific as you... On your question... "So, why are women a special interest market when it comes to the sex industry? Please, if someone can give me a reason that it’s not due to some patriarchal crap, I’m all ears." One reason: MONEY. Make that two: COMMERCIALISM. It's not just on sex, baby. It's EVERYTHING! Why is it that the same shirt on a department store window, made of the same fabric and cut but labelled Men's and Women's, 9 out of 10 times the Women's shirt is a 20% mark-up in the minimum? Why not just buy the kiddie male size for a girl? It's practically the same! And I'm not by being sexist about this (and I hope someone can correct me in this mentality) but women DO want to be their own category. You're right, we all put our pants on one leg at a time, belch, barf and pee all the same way but we want to pretend that the female species smell like eu de toilette when they pass gas. Wrong-O. But if you package things differently, sell the same crap to the female gender, the woman feels exclusive. Do women buy it? Oh, they eat it up... Are men satisfied? Always. As long as the woman is entertained while he watches football (presumming his woman is not an ESPN follower) and doesn't get interrupted, he's fine. Are the moneymakers happy? Hell yeah. So I digress, sex is just magnified. It's all in the packaging and delivery. Thanks for leaving a note. And no, I'm not this militant! :) You rock!
from gerg69 :
"I got a girl" is the only song I can remember from Tripping Daisy. I never bought a CD from them. Dallas has a way of keeping juuuust on the fringe of making famous bands. The Toadies did alright for a while I guess, but even they aren't together anymore.
from fridayfilms :
The reason you would have run into her in Craig's building is because that's where her beloved "studio" is. I find your rage very reassuring, and your words a confirmation that, between my mother and I, I'm not the crazy one. Lest I become a broken record, though, I think I'm going to lay this particular subject to rest, at least for a while. Unless of course she does something really unheard of. It could happen.
from fridayfilms :
Yes, and I'm still trying to decide whether or not to drop the course. It could be a complete nightmare, or it could be the most antagonistic fun I've ever had with her. I have about a week to decide whether it's worth the humiliation of ten strangers knowing that we're related.
from pterals :
Yeah, I've got the car. It's crap, but it drives. I also have an 85 dodge ram (big blue) that I've been meaning to drive down to Mexico sometime and give it to some poor village in exchange for a bottle and a ride to the next town. The 4497 miles is Amsterdam from here; my ex-employer wants me back but I don't know if I'm going yet. They are all choices...but then, we all have these choices always, don't we? We do. There is nothing to envy.
from science-boy :
Hey! I popped in to take a peek and I love the "new" layout! I miss you! I hope you are well. Have a great day, buddy! s-b
from rspctbledeth :
hi. I'm Joel. huocer. yeah. one of many. um. bless you, aye?
from schmutzie :
oh my god. What kind of noise does a loud gum-chewer make when they die? Ew.
from pterals :
I was going for fear of catastrophes, which is probably what a bad plane crash would fall under - at least for the media coverage. And, it's like a totally natural thing to fear. Catastrophes, that is. But, it really isn't as specific as I would like. As to wanderlust, I don't think it ever goes away, though I didn't mean to stoke yours. (I almost wrote 'stroke!' Hee! Come here, my little wanderlust...)
from fridayfilms :
What if there were, say, beans in it? Luvabeans in the truest sense. Ew. Sorry.
from schmutzie :
Actually, I do read Found magazine religiously. I've even linked to it on my links page. It's easy to find stuff when you're always looking down.
from boxx9000 :
define benevolent. (smile)
from bukowskigirl :
thanks so much for the note, I work at the magic touch...goodtimes...
from pterals :
I hear you on the David Gray thing. Manipulative is an excellent word to describe his music, especially that which appears on 'White Ladder.' I loved that album at first but after a couple of weeks it through me in a deep funk. Totally depressive and melancholic. Some of the chords in those songs have the ability to haunt. Very much a love/hate relationship. But I stand by the pick, all the same.
from fridayfilms :
Naw - I take Sundays off ;)
from xsilvamoonx :
Well, after breifly google searching names of peace goddesses and bastard sons and whatnot, I have come to the conclusion that your name is Louise Concordia Lycimnius! I also came to the conclusion that I have no life. Ciao!
from fridayfilms :
Those bad furry babies are being looked after by the kind and responsible oLadybug0, who lives right across the street from us. We need a good vacation from those guys too, as much as we love 'em.
from themarassa :
Thanks for the note. Nothing cheers me up more than righteousness and sympathy!!!! We (meaning me, TT, the canine one and of course, the varicella virus) hope you and the tequila had a great time yesterday.
from themarassa :
Apparently, Liberty the Dog (yes, its her full title, Dog must be capitalized) has been name-evolved by TT into Puppypuppy Luvabean. I just thought I should share that you now have a namesake, drooling on my carpet and biting her own tail (ah, a furry interloper, MUST ATTACK!) hard enough to make herself yelp. Arent you proud????
from pterals :
Yes, well, finding happiness is pretty much a theme for life so it's good to know so many people are accepting life as it comes. As for Montreal, I'd happily be friends with someone as happy/eloquent/bubbly/in love with life as you. Hope to see you there. Cheers.
from huocer :
www.livejournal.com/users/basementghost yes.
from fridayfilms :
Goddamn Dland. I'm all HERE'S MY SECRET and nobody knows to come to my site because it looks as though I haven't updated. So I'm doorknocking at the homes of my supporters to say: Hey! Secret's out! Come look! Knock knock.
from his-holiness :
Oh, &, as for the "Dry Heat" vs. Humidity thing? Fuck that shit. I've been to Kansas, y'all can keep that wet, suffocating, immobilizing nastiness-K
from his-holiness :
Hey lady, you are aware that the first season of Northern Exposure just came out on DVD, yes?
from fools-gold :
Sure, even though it's really nothing interesting, just random rants of mine. The only reason I have it locked is because too many people I know in real life were finding it, and it was causing some problems.
from dizzylexia :
"dry heat" .. blah. you know how it feels when you open your oven after baking some yummy goodness? well imagine being that yummy goodness. not fun. not fun at all. gimme humidity anytime.
from laili-6 :
Thanks! You should come back to the middle of nowhere here so we can actually have a conversation.
from fridayfilms :
Mother of crap. How is it that I've never left you a note here before? I'm the worst blog-buddy ever! I also wanted to say: Secret secret, I've got a secret. Neener neener, &etc.
from pterals :
I'm not much into astrology, but from what I know of it I am very much a typical Scorpio (not that that's a good thing) but it's good to know there are other less-scorpio like scorpio's out there. As to suicide, indeed, it is a profound and truly problematic option to humanity, at least philosophically speaking. Camus called it the only question worth answering; he breaks it down in a somewhat bleak treatise entitled, appropriately, The Myth of Sisyphus - although the mini-essay at the end of the book is ultimately uplifting. Also: do I answer notes left to me in my own note-box or in the other person's? Is there some diary etiquette I may be trampling? Albert? Where are you when I need you?
from schmutzie :
a-ha, so you've found more of us Regina folk in the form of Pterals. Our numbers grow slowly, one by one . . .
from mirabilevisu :
Ah yes, I'd wondered what that stuff was when I saw it there. Hmm. Anyway, enough -- stop making fun of me for the disordered apartment.
from his-holiness :
So fly out. I'll get an extra ticket, and I can put you up for a couple of days-K
from hissandtell :
Luva, baby, I'm just reading your 100 Things and laughing about your romantic encounter with James Dean. Lucky you! And lucky him! I was at a party once and met a man with the same (full) name as my brother. Yeah, we made out, too. In the bathtub, actually. I sure as hell wasn't going to let that one get away...
from pterals :
I used to have problems with the whole breathing thing - now the heart beat one is way weirder. I'm always trying to see if I can slow it down, by concentrating, when I should be sleeping. They're equally annoying, and yet, strangely addictive. I can remember a week of arduous consciously-thinking-about-breathing not too long ago. That sucked. Why must I think of these things? Too crazy!
from nascarwidow :
Aw, such a nice thing to say about me in your profile. You're too kind. Thanks!! And hope you lose the "stank" soon!
from schmutzie :
Don't worry too much about the smoking thing when you come up to visit. By then, I'll be a little more well-adjusted maybe. Hopefully. I'm slowly testing the hanging-out-with-people-who-smoke waters, and so far so good.
from themarassa :
I'll be 26 on October 17. I think I'm about 5 weeks older than you or something. And you're right, I think we did discuss this before, but I really can't remember the outcome of it. Maybe I just read the Creepy Scorpio Gym Guy/ Birthday entry and made a mental note of it.
from madamepierce :
hey there - was it Milios or Emilios? Cause if it was Milios, that's where I went.
from misspinkkate :
Thanks for sharing your story- it's lovely!
from gerg69 :
"You throw the ball against me, I throw the ball against you. But I 'ham' no criminal. I 'ham' a good egg." I'm glad I bought this. Thanks "L"uva.
from science-boy :
Oh! MY! GOD!!! Thank goodness!! Do you know how worried we were?? Lassie said you fell down the well, we were going to organize a search party, send up the Bat Signal, make origami birds... wait. no. Send messenger pigeons, that's it! But now, the return of InvisibleLuva! Yea!! (and the peasants rejoiced) s-b
from kittyleopard :
Awesome diary. I'm adding you. I love (!!) the layout.
from gerg69 :
I don't mean to be a teaser, sometimes I do it on purpose though.
from cloud9girl :
Oh, good lord, "It Wasn't Me" is NOT my theme song, just the obsession-of-the-day. Maybe the week. At any rate, the mental picture if it WERE my theme song . . . hah!
from jamtastic :
Thanks for the kind note - I do admire your honesty in writing about e.d.s - something I'm working on. Again, without sounding stalkerish, I'm an avid reader so wanted to "introduce myself" (however you do that in parallel universe diaryland), and would love to hear from you anytime. Kisses to Ziggie from moi and Dorian Gray (the ex-boy girlcat). oh and btw did you ever get e.d. related night sweats? (ha now I sound like a freak)...
from his-holiness :
Prairie Dawn in fucking hot-D
from themarassa :
Strangely enough, "Kelly" IS pronounced "Oswald". Now, thats just for the Kelly-with-a-Y name. If it's Kellie-with-an-i-e, then it is pronounced "Lester". And I'm pretty sure Kelli-with-an-i-(dotted-with-a-heart) is pronounced "Hortense". Jeez, it should be obvious... sound it out! Heehee
from nascarwidow :
Kelly I really appreciate the comments you've left for me. I haven't had the time to read everything I'd like to lately but am so proud of you for openly admitting your eating struggles. I admire your writing ability and openness. I loved seeing the pictures you shared and think you are very beautiful. Thanks for having such an awesome diary.
from robochick :
Yes, it's nice to have others to share with! Thank you R-C :)
from laili-6 :
Thanks! I'll take you up on that. Have fun at Stereolab.
from science-boy :
Told her. Showed her. More tomorrow!!!!
from his-holiness :
Well done. Thank you for that-D
from science-boy :
I figure that since I am looking more and more like him each day (rounder and balder) I might as well try to act like I have wisdom to impart. The cracketh adds a little Billy Shakes. I like that blend. Thanks, buddy! s-b
from hissandtell :
Well, I'm just so relieved to hear that in your newest fantasy you've moved on from babysitting Tom's kids - at least scooting off to the west coast on a motorcycle is starting to be a little less, well, fucked!
from his-holiness :
I hope you slept well, and I love the guestbook notes. Thank you. Hope all is well-D
from hissandtell :
Hi again - I forgot to say that every time I've visited your diary before (usually through goodsandwich) your comments about Tom Waits have cracked me up, and still do. I did see him here when he toured in the late 1970s - but that's a long time ago. It was wonderful, however, although I never considered how it would be to babysit his kids. Not even once. However, I can understand your excitement and anticipation at the prospect of him giving you twenty bucks for your efforts and driving you home afterwards...
from hissandtell :
I'm so flattered that the infamous luvabeans read my story - and liked it! Thanks for the note. Love, R xxx
from science-boy :
I purposely left out the transporter to see if anyone would comment. And you were the only one. Freaky. At least now when I forget something, I know where the thought went, because apparently we share the same brain. Does that make us half-wits? And why is no one a whole-wit? Hmmm...
from his-holiness :
Thank you, I do appreciate the thought. Hope all is well-D
from gerg69 :
Nope. No windows in this building. No worrys mate.
from science-boy :
I was actually trying to get out when I stubbed my no-shoe-exposed toe on that gigantic dictionary you have holding the door open. When I sat down to massage that puppy, I saw the headphones and listened. Can't leave now, I'm stuck! Hope you don't mind. It's just so comfy. Like an old quilt. But less musty. ;D s-b
from science-boy :
Deal! Margaritas and wing-tips it is! Although, if we have too many, I could end up with some pimp-daddy shoes. Do you have a long, purple, leather coat I could borrow? lay-tah! s-b
from science-boy :
Did you see that I quoted you? No, really, the honor is all yours. OK. Really I lucky to even bask in the glow of your radiance. So, please, rain on me some more. muah. s-b
from aidawrites :
Can you be any more popular? I ran into you via science boy, I must say I love your diary and I find your writing style flat out honest with the right amount of cynicism and sarcasm. lovin it. ewww, I hate those mcdonalds commercials.
from his-holiness :
I just saw the note you left for Wilberteets about Eddie Izzard in Lenny. My ex's dad did music for that show, and apparently flew out to London to kick around with Eddie and help with the scoring. Just a random fun-fact-D
from science-boy :
Thanks for the note! The screenplay is semi-autobographical. It's mainly fiction with a little (OK a few) of my own stories. If you would like to read it in its entirety, I would be honored to get your opinion. If not, that's cool, too. No pressure. READ IT!! You know you want to. There may be a part in it for you. But, seriously, no pressure. :-) Have a great day! s-b
from psychosurfer :
hey..i just read ur diary about the ages and i was wondering..is that u when u were young till grown up?..i dono but it has a strong vibe to it,and make me think alot..i might just be weird anyways Laters =)-lexi
from diaryreviews :
Check your guestbook. And then, if that's not a primary means of contact, maybe you should put a notes link up instead. ~Vicky
from gerg69 :
Kelly, Kelly, Kelly...would I link people to a post of yours that wasn't meant to be funny when I told them you were? HELL NO! I sent them the link for Ziggy trying to bite your head off of course. Sometimes I do think ahead. No worries beanie weenie.
from diaryreviews :
As long as there's a link, it's all good. We're not too particular. Scores won't change, don't you worry about that. So, request, why don't you?
from schmutzie :
Luva, you are definitely not alone with the imaginary drama fantasies. I oftentimes find myself dying of rare and incurable cancers, or suffering the loss of my sight or hearing which in turn alienates most of those I love. I sometimes become an agoraphobic (an imaginary one, remember) who, unable to reach out to the world outside, pines for relief from her unending loneliness. It is way better than anything tv has to offer.
from wilberteets :
I'd pay good money to see some nekkid Eddie. I wanted to go see Eddie in concert recently, but it would have involved a plane trip and I can't ever get a day off from work without feigning illness. I'm a f-ing squirrel!! haha
from cornnugget :
Congrats on kicking hypothetical boyfriend's ass, he deserved it! I must admit, I prefer inflicting emotional pain on my imaginary boyfriends but hey, to each his own.
from elgan :
So, how did the yogurt work out?
from cornnugget :
Love the crying diary Luva. I think I am ugly when I cry too. I may be just plain ugly, who knows. Don't worry, we don't know each other...I know a lot of useless trivia including what "Bastard son of.." translates to, courtesy of an English history class and Henry the VIII. Nothing sinister here, just realized what your name started with when you alluded to what it meant. I apologize, I hope I didn't frighten or offend. I was just impressed that I remembered!
from misspinkkate :
I am so glad that someone else is taking time in their journal to address poop. It's an important part of life! You know what I hate? When your poop is rock solid and 7 feet wide and refuses to come out and you're in the bathroom for half an hour in pain because of POOP. Once it comes out, it's exciting, obviously, but MAN. POOP!
from cornnugget :
Congrats Fitz, you make a good read.
from gerg69 :
Yes, speaking of your cat and the kitchen knife incident, I caught the cat trying to wheel in a gatling gun a couple of weeks ago. I don't know where she thought she was going to hide it until she needed it. She had to know I would see the credit card reciept.
from diet-riot :
Beauty and weight are not connected. Somehow, I know that. That's what I would tell any of my female friends. I can't seem to let myself believe it. I guess I just don't think I could be beautiful AND cool AND regular sized. My size is always a factor. I wish it wasn't. Your words do have an effect though. That was a nice first note to read this morning.
from goodsandwich :
Oh, I just delete all the notes periodically. They're fleeting things, meant for the moment, and I want to do my little part to keep Diaryland's bandwidth reasonable. All those people who put up a couple hundred entries in three months and then abandon the thing without cleaning up after themselves set my teeth on edge a bit, for instance . . . and I'll tell ya, you should move Kavalier and Clay to the TOP of your list. Don't wait to read the best novel written in the last fifteen years. (Really.)
from oladybug0 :
PJ Harvey is the coolest. It's great "I'm feelin' a little angry, but still want to be able to shake my ass" music.
from gerg69 :
ok, cyndi has been inserted for Beula. I don't know where Beula came from.
from mirabilevisu :
Usurped, nuthin'. What would you rather be, my site's coolest visitor or my favourite person in the world? You kick way more ass than anyone so lame as to hang at Mirabile Visu ever could :)
from randomthawts :
Love, love, love your diary! You are such a great writer. I have a "pablo sweetness" in my life too - thanks for making me laugh out loud tonight, I needed that.
from psychosurfer :
i clicked on your banner and read your stuff..your funnie..well im gonna keep reading ill put u on my favs laters -lex
from candoor :
suddenly I have this overwhelming hope that you will hate me :)
from alternamommy :
Hi. I clicked on your banner, read your current entry, then read your profile. I about died when I read your comment on Northern Exposure. I love that show, and I have such a crush on Ed. :)
from schmutzie :
Hello luvabeans! I have been enjoying your blog for quite some time via mirabile visu. Oh, the joy and torment you offer up so often and at length. Thank you! I have added you to my list of favourites I like you so much
from afuzzyscarf :
Huzzah, another random note from a random girl...but I had to drop you a line when I read the part about how you named your uterus...my friends and I (whilst toiling away at a hellish summer job) named ours; they decided that mine was Danny-Zuko (said as one word). La, your diary is excellent, I've been laughing my ass off!
from silveringrid :
i lovelovelove e.e. cummings! i could never ever get enough of him. anyway, i luckily stumbled upon your diary and it's fabulous! voila! this random girl is leaving you a note.
from dangerspouse :
I was gonna leave a lauditory note about your entries, but then I saw you like soup enough to mention it in your profile. Soup! Yes! Might I suggest soupsong.com for all your hot liquid fetish needs, from one soupy to another? Oh - and your entries are great, too.
from his-holiness :
Oh, and let me know if you want that Tom Waits bootleg-D
from taura :
Your latest entry made me laugh so hard. Good work! Oh, and I've been known to laugh and scream and even sing in my sleep. As long as your blonde, you can pass it off sanely! It works almost every time..I swear.
from mirabilevisu :
that's all right dearie -- usurp away! yes, I AM a dang nerd, but at least a moderately charming one... :)
from rachelliz :
Guestbook seems not to be working, but my apologies if you get this twice. I was disappointed to see that you were not a finalist for diarist awards. I have not read the finalists yet, but they better at least be pretty good or I'll be really mad! Anyways, keep up the good writing and I'll keep my eye out for ones I really like. ;)
from theatre-geek :
Here is my email address. frustr8ted1REMOVETHISBIT@hotmail.com. Just make sure you remove the capital letters in the middle before you send it and it should work.
from goodsandwich :
Happiest of Natal Months to you too, dear! I don't know the book you're talking about, unfortunately. It sounds like it's in the tradition of Barbara Tuchman, in her books about the Great War and the "calamitous" 14th century. PS - you will care less about going to "romantic" restaurants with your parents the older you, and they, get. But I feel ya.
from candora :
Enjoying you again (I think again).
from punk-in-pink :
happy centennial, doll! <3
from kacklefight :
you know what's funny? i've met tom wait's son. i hope you are older than him..
from desenchantee :
Happy birthday!
from his-holiness :
Happy birthday Luva. Sounds like it already is pretty damn snazzy though-D
from mirabilevisu :
still in the U S of A, as it happens, and not destined to return to the (I LOVE this) Ca Na of Da until 17 November. So I'm still getting exposed, radiation-like, to the potentially injurious fumes of Texas... And Oh. My. God. That there's Jessie's Girl! Nice one!...Rick Springfield, but no idea on the album. No nipple hair for me, apart from, well, my own.
from his-holiness :
Hey, I've got a bootleg of Tom Waits from the show I saw (Feb. 4th 1996). If you want I can get a copy to you-D
from spiffy12345 :
I luva your diary!!!!!
from arletterocks :
I like e. e. cummings and Douglas Coupland. So do you love me now, or what?
from his-holiness :
It's hard when people take Tom the wrong way. But if you look back at old footage, there seems to be a time when Tom was just a parody of himself. The albums are still honest and the real merchandise, but the live stuff seems to be him playing a monkey. I think there was a point where he stopped drinking so much and realized he had become TOM WAITS, the character he'd invented. When he realized that people weren't seeing his heartbreak, just his sly jokes. Anyway, that's my two bits. As for the Northern Exposure thing, it's not much of an entry, but it's called "Syndicated Sexiness." And thanks for your notes. Take care-D
from his-holiness :
Also, I have an entire entry dedicated to my love affair with Chris on Northern Exposure-D
from his-holiness :
I saw Tom Waits live in Oakland at a benefit show for a friend of his who been busted for dealing acid. I don't recall the year off the top of my head, but it was somewhere between "Bone Machine" and "Mule Variations." He opened with "I Don't Want To Grow Up" and closed with "Tom Traubert's Blues." It was also the first time I'd heard "Christmas Card From A Hooker In Minneapolis" and it broke my heart. I bought a copy of Blue Valentine immediately. I'm going to add you to my Favourites, if that's alright with you-D
from mirabilevisu :
and The Adversary will, no doubt, be saddened to learn that, upon your volunteering to be the dolly, I summarily demoted him to "on-set errand flunky".... no need to thank me for your mention -- they're reserved for only the coolest of the cool. Your new name aboard the HMS Mirabile Visu is "Kelly, High Priestess of Cool." Wear it with pride...
from mirabilevisu :
I'm honoured to be recognized as a righteous babe, honoured indeed, but one small point of correction: I am not in fact righteous-babe-ing all over the UK -- I am righteous-babe-ing all over Canada, which at times isn't far from the same thing. So technically I *am* righteous-babe-ing in *this* land -- I just have to ask nicely and show my birth certificate to the nice border folks before continuing righteous-babe-ing southward...
from blaiyze :
Thankyou. I think I will. *Blaiyze examines luvabeans jugular veins* MMWWAAHAHAHAHAHAAH
from blaiyze :
Happy Halloween!
from kb8 :
"The Evolution of Human Sexuality" by Donald Symons
from blaiyze :
Oh good. You're there. I have a "luva beans".....
from huocer :
yeah, i think comments would be a nice thing.... i'm so fuckin illiterate when it comes to this machine....
from amberfalls :
I am deleting the bad banner diaryring. I appologize for any inconvenience. Thank you for taking the time to join.
from blaiyze :
Oh good. You're there.
from desenchantee :
If you want to get a really good view of Paris I suggest you rent "Amelie". It was filmed there within the last few years, and, having been to Paris this past August, I can verify that it does really look like that!!
from inmanwilco :
Rampant misspellings? I hope that's not what you're laughing at. Yadda!
from connecting :
i've only read a couple pages, but you seem to have a beautiful outlook on life. you seem to understand (even though you may think you don't yet). hurrah for understanding!!! ;) hurrah for your interesting diary!!!
from journ-proj :
Hi. Just wanting to let you know that Collab Journal No. 3 has been mailed to you. Just let me know when you get it.
from goodsandwich :
You do read MsLeslie here at diaryland, do you not? She has had, and documented, an amazing transsexual/transgender journey. She is the queen.
from michl :
I saw your banner ane enjoyed reading your diary.
from blaiyze :
Stumbled across your diary...and upon picking myself up...had a jolly good laugh. I have read e.e.cummings, still don't quite know what to make of it all. Loved the part about giving the tootsie rolls credit. Terribly bothersome for me...get stuck in my fangs and all that. By the way....are...you....as yummy as you perport them...to be....? B.
from feio :
hey, just wanting to let you know i read... belle and sebastian are great. xox
from testpatterns :
oh heck yeah, id do him in a heartbeat, even though hes starting to...decay. im glad someone else thinks like me, now i dont feel quite so creepy.
from sera1231 :
I finally answered your interview questions. Sorry to have been such a slacker. :)
from djraindog :
_I_ really use the word "snarky." Mostly to describe myself. ;-)
from taura :
I somehow came across your diary when I was bored and in need of something to than stare blankly at my computer screen. I saw your banner and clicked on it and low and behold, I was wisked away to the world of jelly beans. I love your diary! I haven't laughed out loud at something that was said online in a long, long time. It felt good to read about the funny things that had happened in your life. It made me forget for most of the day the crap things that happen in my life. I will surely be reading your diary everytime you update! Thanks for being you!
from ladybuglily :
Damn the pretty girls! I have to admit that they never bothered me until after I had a baby and now that I am in less than ideal shape they bug the living hell out of me!
from bravenewbaby :
YAY! Another PJ Harvey and Ani fan!!!
from mackaye :
i love e.e. never found another who did too. haven't read the diary yet but found the profile and was happy. thanks for making my day.
from dawnfaye :
hmm think i may have just found my new fave diary...
from megsicle :
How could you NOT love e.e. cummings? buffalo bill's defunct...possibly one of my all time favorites. :)
from mnvnjnsn :
Portland through a shot glass and a Buffalo squeeze. You get so many points. You and your unicorn named Barbara. Thanks for filling out the survey.
from funda :
If your diary is like your profile babble, I am in love. No worries, I live in love, I am just welcoming you in. Everybody is welcome, unless they try to hurt me, then they are kept in the waiting room. Anyway, I intend to visit again hoping you do not grow up too quickly.
from chi-angel :
WHoa I fell upon ur diary randomly no... wait ur from one of my past homes--libertyville--ur diary is interesting. Later~~kelly
from priscillar :
Hey, good luck with your Uteris! ;)
from squirrelx :
I just wanted to tell you that I think the questions you posed to TranceJen were brilliant. So were her answers, of course, but you provided the inspiration. Warmest regards, Xtine
from arachnia79 :
There, I validated yr existence. Now, validate mine by visiting my um.....diary...dailycomic.dairyland.com. Thannnnx man, groovay site btw. MIna.
from banefulvenus :
love your site!!
from theatre-geek :
Whew! Nice long diary entry! Liked the links. Without the underline! Nice. There is a way to get them to open in a separate window so the reader doesn't have to push the back button. I too have day-glo pee when I take my vitamins. But, when I drink a bunch of water during the day, it doesn't look like that. :-)
from macfarlane :
LOL I love that banner, thats why I clicked :)
from bannercritic :
You have a banner review up at http://www.bannercritics.com.
from diaryquotes :
P.S. - your banners are super cute. :)
from diaryquotes :
I use the word snarky. It's the name of my message board forum.
from amberfalls :
Hi! Thanks for joining my diary ring. Personally, I think you have excellent banners but that's just my opinion of course.
from kungfuhamsta :
Brassieres may be absurd but not as absurd as eyebrows. There are few things more absurd than eyebrows.
from gumphood :
you know what sold me. That you like Coupland. Anything I have ever written seems to be a cheap knockoff or direct rip from him. Dammit.
from drahmaqueen :
I cracked up when I read your last entry. I left this not for a friend my mine after I got off the pill. Guess what I am slowly learning about the "PILL"? Hmmm? There IS an upside. My boobs are slowly deflating over here. Yep, they sure are. CRAP. Just like watching a little balloon deflate, but, without the humorous little farting noise that they make. This is, in fact, an upside to downing one of those tiny little hormone fuckeruppers each day. DAMMIT! I am starting to talk like a sailor over here. :) Cio'
from drahmaqueen :
I cracked up when I read your last entry. I left this not for a friend my mine after I got off the pill. Guess what I am slowly learning about the "PILL"? Hmmm? There IS an upside. My boobs are slowly deflating over here. Yep, they sure are. CRAP. Just like watching a little balloon deflate, but, without the humorous little farting noise that they make. This is, in fact, an upside to downing one of those tiny little hormone fuckeruppers each day. DAMMIT! I am starting to talk like a sailor over here. :) Cio'
from drahmaqueen :
I cracked up when I read your last entry. I left this not for a friend my mine after I got off the pill. Guess what I am slowly learning about the "PILL"? Hmmm? There IS an upside. My boobs are slowly deflating over here. Yep, they sure are. CRAP. Just like watching a little balloon deflate, but, without the humorous little farting noise that they make. This is, in fact, an upside to downing one of those tiny little hormone fuckeruppers each day. DAMMIT! I am starting to talk like a sailor over here. :) Cio'
from beagle47 :
thank you for your nice thoughts and words. they help. peace.
from xannaxnimph :
I understand the actor=asshole point. I've been there myself. Granted I'm only a senior in H.S. BUT I've been apart of my share of plays and it's TRUE! We're one big dysfunctional family. It's really great to have people that understand you BUT it sucks when you have friends who aren't apart of that family and they drop you. So yeah.
from xannaxnimph :
I understand the actor=asshole point. I've been there myself. Granted I'm only a senior in H.S. BUT I've been apart of my share of plays and it's TRUE! We're one big dysfunctional family. It's really great to have people that understand you BUT it sucks when you have friends who aren't apart of that family and they drop you. So yeah.
from tryna01 :
So, you like the book, but not the author? Cool cat! Don't get happy, I'm not serious...Holla!..or maybe, you don't know the author's name, but given that you've seen the movie, you know the director's name, right? Funny...
from goodsandwich :
I'm enjoying the read, and had the same thought about Alanis M. just yesterday! And I've gotta tell ya, "American Movie" is a favorite for both me and my husband. Woo-hoo for the earnestly locally ambitious!
from banefulvenus :
Hey there... thanks so much for the note! I can agree with your statement. Ani has a song about everything... Oh, by the way... Nice site :)
from ldybug1113 :
hhehe. Bradley University. Small, private, way the hell too expensive. I used to live in Chicago- in Skokie & in Wheaton. Far out. Hey, and i did your name- i love beans, almost all except lima...they're to iffy. ;) katie
from ldybug1113 :
kinda stumbled across you on a glorious Friday (today), so this must be your day! :) i like your thoughts- inspiring, insightful, honest and subtle...all at the same time- you must be my doppleganger. whoa. Another cool thing about you: you've got one of my buddies from high school on your "favorite diary" list (baconboy42). too, cool. i hope all goes well with the sappy your uterus ;) ( i feel ya, really- i do). take care! kate
from megnivicent :
Thanks for the keen advice on the cigarettes. I shall bear that in mind. I really appreciated your most recent entry regarding weight and what a heavy (pun intended) issue it can be. And, as a director who is currently calling people to turn them down for my next show, I can appreciate what it's like on both sides of the phone. Telling people 'no' sucks, especially in a line of business that is so emotionally driven. Until next time.....Vincent
from darkfairy13 :
narcisstic=good
from megnivicent :
Now you know you've made it to the Diaryland higher echelon - SickDay left you a note. He left one for us too, and we celebrated with champagne and Tootsie Rolls. Excellent entry on the L. As someone who also lives between Paulina and Francisco, I can relate to many of your observations. However, I should point out that I've never been whacked off to - nor was I the man who so elegantly painted his newspaper for you. -Vincent
from sickday :
Mmmm.. new diary goodness. Nice! I feel like I know you(r menstrual cycle) already.
from megnivicent :
great stuff, ms. beans. as inspirational as it is idiosyncratic.
from baconboy42 :
Hey there. A. Thanks for the mad props. B. Despite what my profile claims, I don't detest fat chicks. It's an ironic musing that my real life friends understand but doesn't come across with the appropriate amount of sarcasm in diaryland. Bah. C. You can babysit Tom Waits' kids. Or at least one of them. He has a (if I'm not mistaken) 5-year-old.
from sex-n-candy :
ps, i love the irish make-out story and in a totally unrelated note, where are you from?
from sex-n-candy :
nope, i think the car song was sussudio, but everytime i hear "take a look at me now" i will think of you! i chose the tom waits quote cause i saw you were a fan and so am i, im sure one of us will date him eventually. i ran across your diary when i was reading ladybuglily and i ran across her diary randomly also, its an intracite web of strangers <3 anyway, i found you clever and adorable.
from ladybuglily :
just wanted to say thanks for the wonderful note, it really made my day. so i think you mentioned living in chicago? i also lived there for awhile, went to high school there actually, where did you go to school?
from ladybuglily :
just wanted to say you have a beautiful diary and you are very funny and interesting writer. peace.

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