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from idiot-milk :
Well, I guess Canadians need blood, too, so that's okay. And I got those Healthy Choice Devil's Food cake-y thingies with the marshmallowesque chocolate coating stuff. It was that or a giant Rice Krispie Treat, and I was trying to be good since I started Weight Watchers. Of course, I totally ruined my goodness by eating my weight in Irish soda bread, clotted cream and strawberry preserves two hours later, but whatever. It's St. Patrick's Day, and I donated blood, and I deserve some goddamn soda bread, right? Too fucking right, sister! Although, since you mentioned them, I can't get donut holes out of my head, and Tim Horton's is a 24/7 gig, and surely I deserve just one more weensy treat, and they are so very delicious.....damnit.
from pinklyn :
Heya! Thanks for the heads up on my comments being down. Maybe they got iced up as did everything else around here.(?) CANADA?!?!? I guess knitting mittens and scarves, etc. is not only a cool thing to know how to do - but also a survival tactic now? I LOVE your stuff. It was interesting to see the "paddle"(?) that you knit socks on. I guess before that I just thought that socks magically appeared, stuck around for awhile and then disappeared back into Sock Pergatory again. I saw your online store - do you sell any of your knitteds? Stay warm, for God's sake!! - Aleisa
from idiot-milk :
I keep pondering getting Benjamin shaved, but I don't know if I can actually go through with it. As it is, I can't take the woeful stares when I trim the mats. I can't imagine how much worse it will be if I take him to strangers who drug him and shave him bald. It would be like getting him drunk and leaving him in a frat house where he'd wake up with his eyebrows shaved off and a penis drawn in permanent marker across his cheek, you know?
from idiot-milk :
I'm sorry I didn't respond sooner! I just saw your note! Were you able to see Hairdresser Rebecca? Did you get an awesome haircut?! And the next time you're in town, we should have beverages or something. el.debarge@gmail.com My notes I don't always remember to check, but my email is my obsession.
from karmacops :
someone else over 30...yay...hi!
from weymouth66 :
You had to toil on your holidays? That is rough. Next time the husband announces hard work on one of your free days, make a run for it to the coffee shop :)
from boogityx2 :
The first time I had sleep paralysis, I was convinced I was dying. Then I didn't die. Now, it's something that I'm pretty used to, and once I realize what's going on, I kinda have some fun with it. Which is weird, I'm sure. I usually don't get any of the night terrors that come along with it (though there was the one choking episode - that's not cool).
from boogityx2 :
Howdy, glad you liked the sharks. I am looking into some shark (and shark banner) related innovations that will knock Diaryland on its can. Stay tuned. p.s. TMBG are great.
from weymouth66 :
Thanks! I've been supporting the bid all along - it's fantastic news. I will certainly be going to the women's football (soccer to you :) ) and much of the athletics.
from yeahimadork :
Hey... I found your diary today, and I am also a 30-something diarylander who just had WLS seven months ago. When was your surgery? 125 pounds off is AWESOME. And, you seriously have the best diary name EVER. You rule. :)
from timespace :
Soap opera is right. Just when I thought everything was going to go back to normal, he decided to finally admit he did "do it" after denying it a billion times. So annoying.
from timespace :
Thank you, I agree. I have written the conclusion, if you want to find out what happened.
from weymouth66 :
They had to change the knobs/locks every day? Jeez. You've worked in some interesting places :) There's no shortage of real ale down my way, but £1.10 a pint is less than half what it costs at home. Lots of love xx
from coldandgray :
I need your help with something. Please go to my other diary: http://timespace.diaryland.com/
from f-i-n :
hihihihihi from miami
from weymouth66 :
Glad you like my new layout - I use that one whenever there's a UK season of Big Brother on, and one has just started. Please check out moviegrrl's diary - she designed the layout, and she's another member of the Diaryland thirtysomething posse! Thanks for the congrats. Where I work, people either quit within a month or stay forever :)
from weymouth66 :
I've been told that one of our new Mayor's party got so trolleyed on the free drink at the lunch that, on the way out afterwards, he fell flat on his face in one of the Town Hall flower beds! Nobby seemed in pretty boisterous spirits towards the end, so I will choose to believe it was him :)
from weymouth66 :
Many thanks for the congrats! It's cool that you're on e-mails now - even if you have to deal with idiots, at least you can work out what to say at your leisure, and don't have them screaming abuse at you down the phone. The desktop punch bag my best friend gave me for my birthday is going to be very handy :) love xx
from michelol :
thanks for the words of encouragement... the only thing about the tuna, ramen and koolaid diet is, well, i dont like tuna, ramen or koolaid. it's good in theory, but I would far more prefer tootsie rolls, pickles, and string cheese (not necessarily in that order. i think they have tubing out west (at least I hope so), but i think it's prolly more risky (i.e. moose, elk, rushing rapids, rabid bears, and tourists from the mid-west). either way, if they don't have tubing, then count me out. stay tuned for more tubing stories, hitting a diaryland near you on the fourth of july.
from azimel :
Wait! I can't see the Satan entry!!! (Oh yeah... and I'm back.) Commenting to say that and that Angel I find very addicting too... when it's actually ON and when I actually know what's going on... your comments denied me access so I'm leaving one here ^~
from weymouth66 :
That's an interesting thought, though it didn't sound that way to me. Maybe I'll mention her next time.
from weymouth66 :
Many thanks for the birthday wishes! love xx
from weymouth66 :
I've done some searching online and I've yet to find a bar called Milliways, though there is an espresso coffee house in Spokane, WA, a sandwich bar in Chislehurst near London, and a cafe at the University of Salford that all have that name. Guess I'll keep trying... love x
from weymouth66 :
Hi Kristen - just discovered you, love you lots! From a fellow 30-something D'lander, Jess xx
from coldandgray :
Hello? hmm...getting worried...about to start making phone calls to the local authorites...hope you are OK....
from hissandtell :
Are you coming back soon? Love, R xxx
from dangerspouse :
Yeah, what IS it with you redheads and tools? Must be something in your jeans...er, genes. Well, if you ever DO get a snowblower I'm sure you'll be just as thrilled with it as any other power device you may have hidden in your nightstand drawer.
from normaltoilet :
heehee...that's funny...when my brothers were little and they couldn't think of a come-back they'd go "Well... quack QUACK!!" hahahaha
from oceanides :
Hi! I'm new here in DiaryLand. I just made my Diary :-) I'm portuguese,but I've seen that everybody here writes in english,maybe I should do the same... Kisses
from dangerspouse :
Hey S-Mo, hope you have a Merry Christmas and all that! Thanks for all the wonderful reads this past year - you rock babe! :)
from azimel :
Heh, you sort of caught me in my burny doom and hate time... I'm not always like that... I lie. But at least I can partically blame my use of the term "doomy doom" to the warped cartoons I've found myself watching lately. And don't say your dreams don't have witches and midgets! Just watch, tonight!!! ^~
from tyd :
Happy Birthday! And pegs are...pegs! Okay that didnít help :oP You use them to hang clothes on the line. Maybe you call them clothes pins? Iím not sure.
from tyd :
yeah I knew they cancelled Firefly...I spent far too much time on eonline.com and aintitcool.com :o) - I'm going to absorb as much as possible, the movie comes out next year, yeah?
from gumphood :
I wouldn't thank him, as much as I would put my sandwich in the sink and then eat it.
from tyd :
He gave me something called Stemitol (prescription only) which just pretty much made me sleepy. Iíve had it before and that was to make sure I didnít throw up when I took the morning-after-pill. Itís weird cause last year I was on a very rocky boat for 5 Ĺ hours and yet no side effects (well nothing that lasted weeks). I must be getting old hehe.
from divamel :
"big loogie"-I swear it wasn't me. :)
from atwowaydream :
What's especially dreadful about the people who talk during movies is that all of them somehow think they're geniuses. As if they are all impacted by some supernatural force of god to convey their supreme intellect by analyzing every scene and possible suspect. As for your ex, I prefer thinking of the scenario ending with a nice, ripe coldcock to his face. It just makes me feel better. And you wouldn't have to deal with his whining afterwards ;) well, if you do it properly.
from dullstar :
I did no such thing! (that is, use wingdings in my layout.)
from fuzzmom :
Thanks so much. You rock!
from atwowaydream :
The bubble trick sounds like hours of unusual entertainment, and on top of that, imagine what you would do for parties. I'd book you in a minute. Do you have any brochures?
from gumphood :
oh come on...we all know the bufallo would kick the ass of the beaver ;) Though the beaver is good clean fun.
from tyd :
Yes, squirrels fascinate me. We don't have them in Australia so whenever I'm in a country that does have then I try to seek them out. In regards to Canada, just going to Vancouver. My friend moved there in March and I'm going to visit her for two weeks :o) I have been to Vancouver before and also Edmonton and Toronto.
from divamel :
You. Look. Fantastic. I must say. Congratulations for a lot of hard work. The payoff must be amazing for you. *applausebellswhistlesconfetti*
from gumphood :
Did the surgery hurt at all? Are you happy with the weight you have been loosing. It sounds like its gone pretty well. And congrats on teh 250 bucks.
from tyd :
Yep, i'll share some pictures. Heading off to the Highlands today and I think I'll probably take about a 1000 pictures! :o)
from idiot-milk :
Oh, I'm quite certain that all powers that be in all companies everywhere share the same training manual. I think those corporate retreats are actually brainstorming sessions designed to come up with new and super special ways to make their employees miserable. And kudos to them! Their efforts are working! Bah. Stupid powers that be.
from ewige :
oh, i'm about 122% certain that "jeff" was just a name he had of someone who used to live at this number who might be registered as a Democrat. he also had my name, so I don't think it was a true "wrong number", just an outdated index card.
from capt-jim :
Thanks for your kind words. Remember, grandkids come along in the autumn of your life, but lima beans are an eternal evil.
from papotheclown :
you know, i really appreciate all your notes. i dont think i have told you that. but thanks. thanks for the notes.
from tyd :
Ahhh, I actually knew the plural of crisis, just wanted something to put as a 'signing off' line on that entry hehe. Yeah I seem to be having a weird crisis at the moment. Just random crying and frustration. One of my friends thinks I should go to a counsellor which I find terrifying.
from gnomad :
Well, like I said .. it was either drive him home right then or punch him in the nose and get fired. Besides, later I had the pleasure of slamming on my brakes and throwing him out of my car. *grin* The accumulated karma probably will not hurt, either. There's that.
from gumphood :
timing is everything, but I won't hold it against you.
from gnomad :
You know, I would never doubt the veracity of your husbands'experience; but I can honestly say in all my years of living in Detroit, I have NEVER heard someone say that. Personally, this makes me rest easier.
from tyd :
Not really the national sport, thatíd be footy, but we really get into the swimming because itís our most successful sport when it comes to the Olympic Game and the Commonwealth Games. I actually went to high school with Ian Thorpeís sister, which of course meant I could never win anything at our school swimming carnivals cause she was just too bloody good! I suppose the swimming is so popular because in some states, you can swim all year round because the weather is mild.
from gnomad :
Oh now see .. I had to stop by and profess my love again. Because you said '..a couple of guys, an old guy .. and one in his 40s.' And I read that, and fell in love with you all over again. Be still my heart .. *getting all misty*
from gumphood :
I tend to agree. I should have added more with the alligators, but alas, the deed is done. Clever...very clever.
from purplecigar :
I'm with you on your lurve for the Lympix!
from tyd :
I just think it's so great that non-Aussies enjoy watching Ian Thorpe swim :o) I thought the world was very "us and them" when it came to sport.
from gnomad :
Oh.My.God. You are SO cool. Is it too early in my reading for me to be leaving you mad mash notes? You rock. "Tried to check it's undercarriage .." see? I love you. *laughing*
from kaybiff :
Thank you again for the offer. I appreciate it greatly. And I suppose it is funny; she has these moments when she has a lot to say and has to say it. But the sentences she formulates together are very...unique. While I was knitting once she asked if I was going to feed the cat spaghetti. Another time she started to talk about someone stealing cucumbers off of a chart. And, of course, there was the time she asked my mother--her daughter: "Does your mother know you're here?" My mother responsed, "Um, I thought she did." Things to remember. Again, thank you. Again, good day.
from kaybiff :
Thank you for your comment. It's kind of comforting to know that there are other people that understand the almost apathetic feeling toward this situation. It's just a really confusing disease and time. The first time she went to the hospital they started to talk about DNR, and it was just so...weird. They were so causul about it, like she was already gone. Sometimes I wonder if she is, you know? Well, thank you again, and good day.
from krugerpak007 :
:-) Thanks for your comment. Yip, the damn cookies....Looking forward to hearing about your next dream! xoxo Kathy
from idiot-milk :
"And what operating system are you using, sir?" "Windows 97" "Um, really? Are you quite certain?" "Uh, yeeee-ahh! I think I know what operating system I'm using" "Um, okay then. Aren't you fucking special, that you get to use an os that DOESN'T FUCKING EXIST" Anus. "There was a technician in here, and while he was farting around, he accidentally unplugged my printer. I need someone to come in and hook it back up" "..." "Hello?! I SAID I need someone to come back here and plug it back in!" "Um, why don't you try PLUGGING IT BACK IN YOURSELF, YOU LAZY COW. GOD. GO AWAY" Tech support is super.
from hissandtell :
Yippee! Yay! Go you! Oh, very well done. Love, R xxx
from atwowaydream :
Perhaps MDMA M&M's. That way, at least management won't have any bickering. Until two days later, when everyone is forgetting where they put the stapler, and crying out of nowhere.
from atwowaydream :
Don't you hate those rickety, noisy elliptical machines that sound like an unkempt seesaw? What's worse is the people with their headphones on it oblivious to the screeching sound, so don't bother getting on another one. What's worse is that I have been one of those people.
from gumphood :
thanks for the comment. What do you think about roadtrips. Would you want to do them with your children or are they more hassle than they are worth.
from idiot-milk :
I believe that there is very little that can't be improved by the addition of a kitten. That, and some ranch dressing. Not, like, together. I mean, I'm not advocating EATING a kitten with ranch dressing. That's just sick. Well. Although, as I think about it, I bet it would be tasty. Ranch dressing makes everything tasty. But STILL! I'm just saying kittens are good like ranch dressing in making stuff better. Is what I'm saying. See? Yes. Carry on, won't you?
from tyd :
Nope, the husband doesn't need to be male. I was so tempted to put "non-hairy legs" as well (cause I grew up watching triathlons and the blokes shave or wax their legs) so it could totally be a woman! Fussy in some things, not in others :o)
from dangerspouse :
Hey babe! What a GREAT note at my place - I laughed my ass off (at you, not with you) reading of your cooking gaffes. Boiled cake? BOILED CAKE? That beats my Peanut Butter and Jelly Ravioli fiasco hands down. But thanks for being sympathetic to my stinky predicament. Love ya, kiddo :)
from idiot-milk :
The curative properties of kittens have been well-documented, but the homo won't listen! I keep TELLING him that if he wants to keep me from climbing a tower with a shotgun and a shitload of ammo, he'd damn well better let me get another damn kitty. That bastard. THE BLOOD OF THE RETARDS I GUN DOWN WILL BE ON HIS HANDS, I TELL YOU!
from smokeshack :
hello! i'm actually not from canada...my banner was a quote from my favorite Neil Young song, "Helpless". thanks for stopping by, though! come back anytime! :)
from atwowaydream :
Ah, yes, I remember those days listening to songs like "Blood and Fire" and thinking I was the only one in love. They did have such a gritty emotionalism to them then, and it felt genuine. As for the song you were looking for, maybe try SoulSeek or something, since bootlegs and eary recordings are usually scattered everywhere on the internet if you have the right sources. It's just finding the sources that's the pain.
from dangerspouse :
Hey Sarkasmo, thanks for the great note at my place, and for adding me in to your List-o-Faves!! I'm very flattered, and looking forward to checking your stuff out here. Yeah, I know I'm long winded. What can I say - when you don't have a social life, you have to spend your time doing SOMETHING. Anyway, it's a challenge, but I'm gonna keep this here note brief, if nothing else. Take care, thanks again, and rock on, mah-hubbah!
from hissandtell :
Hello - I clicked on your banner and am rather enjoying the read; I look forward to catching up on your older entries. (Oh, and I HATE synergy in the workplace - does that count as being "not a team player"?) Love, R xxx
from atwowaydream :
The Indigo Girls ::sigh:: Yes, although Emily Saliers has some touching lyrics at times, there are also times when they become so fiercely political that I think it would be justifiable to drop kick them in the head. There's only so many preserve the reservation songs I can tolerate at a time. And yes, REM's Green is a slow sort of honey. As for the overuse of "melancholy" you are forgiven,only because I had a crush on Amy Ray from the Indigo Girls when I was younger, and for that I cannot condemn others.
from atwowaydream :
Yes! The Cure has everything for every mood, but their lyrics are just so pretty when they're unrequited and melancholy. Perhaps I meant The Smiths? No way of getting around the straightlaced misery of a band with lyrics like, "Sweetness, I was only joking when I said I'd like to smash every tooth in your head".
from the-book-bag :
Just in case you still feel like reading...I'm still writing here. -cat
from djmarionette :
I've always felt that tylenol products are like "taking candy" because the shit don't work anyway. Funny how the manufacturer has made the product taste like it too.
from kristintracy :
AHAHA. OH man. The whole time I was thinking that lyric was "so an daytor so even more so." HAHAH. I'm so dumb.
from the-book-bag :
Haha...yeah, that's pretty bad. My light comes on all the time too. "Check engine" or something. My dad says not to worry about it and I thought, "Okay...so what if the car blows up?" Thanks for making me smile. -cat
from slick45 :
aaahhhhhhhh stuuupid!!! nobody wants to help you pay for your stinking cable modem --- not when we all have shitty 56K. whydont you give me money for pointless expenses? no? you won't? then deal with the dialup noises and inconvieniences of slow bandwidth, you brat
from lostwithzeal :
The few teeth he has in is mouth have holes in them. He most likely lost the rest due to excessive usage of crystal meth and other substances.
from papotheclown :
yeah, thanks, and if and when you come up with a they might be giants tattoo design i might just have to steal it from you.
from ghostofgor :
there is somethin g to be said about milk jug rings, and crispy underwear. Maybe the kitty needs a playmate? Good things come in twos, so Ive heard...
from idiot-milk :
I used to take my cat out on a leash when he was wee small, but he's since gotten too big. The fucker is a Maine Coon, so he's bigger than most small dogs, and they don't make the car harnesses big enough to fit him. When we used to go for "walks", however, he would just lie on his back with his paws waving idly in the air. I would just drag him around by the harness while he purred and purred and purred. He's not quite right in the head, I'm afraid.
from the-book-bag :
Sadly, it's not just the surgery. I'm an emotional roller coaster on a GOOD day. :-) -cat
from purplecigar :
Hey there! Thanks for adding me to your faves! Just wanted you to know that I am over 30, I hate my job and though I haven't had weight loss surgery, I am not a team player either! Are we the same person?!
from atwowaydream :
I like your sharp, quick-witted mind that toys with both grace and hilarity simultaneously. Also, you're not a team player, and I dig that. ps: I'm a girl.
from gumphood :
Hopefully the funny will contine to be money
from the-book-bag :
Hi! I just wanted to say thank you for adding me to your favorites list. Also, I love your diary name. :-D -cat

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