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from readnglst999 :
Where is clarity25? Recent vacation blog - http://twoshotsoftequila.blogspot.com/ "Eric's" Photobucket account - http://s795.photobucket.com/home/sketchbookshark/index
from acornotravez :
Happy Thanksgiving!!!!
from noworry4tzl :
can I have your password and your username? email it to [email protected]
from noworry4tzl :
can i have your password? send it to [email protected]
from kiosh :
Oh, my dear, dear, dearest Becks. I have to say you're one I have missed a lot! You were always a blast! Hope you're well and having fun. Hope you remember me, too. *Sigh* It's been ages! But... You know how life goes. Maybe we can catch up sometime? Know you're loved, dear! Big x-tra spicy cinnamon hugs!
from singledadguy :
I see you over there :D
from acornotravez :
Hi! I sent you an email for your latest password. I want to know what you've been up to!
from chakra-chick :
No problem! Thanks for replying...hope all is well with you...
from chakra-chick :
Hi there stranger! I have sent you a mail a few weeks ago, but you did not respond...can I please please please have your password so that I may catch-up on you... ~smooches~
from liquid-mojo :
Understood, I'll have to make a mental note to add your other blog to my faves. :)
from liquid-mojo :
damn it becks, i don't have your latest pw. please hit me up on derrick {dot} alba {at} gmail {dot} com.
from bettyford :
i need a new pw, please.
from heydomsar :
if you're not, it's cool, but let me know if you're handing out passwords this time around. :) heydomsar at yahoo dot com.
from blazingstar :
Sent the password to that email address you never check ;)
from blazingstar :
Glad to hear it! I sent you an email a few weeks ago, not sure if you got it. I'm not on Myspace but maybe I should join...
from blazingstar :
How ya doin', lady?!
from acornotravez :
Have a happy new year - have a drink for me, since I'm at home, on the couch, sick.. !
from liquid-mojo :
Happy New Year. :)
from acornotravez :
Girl, I up and lost your password. May I have it again? And how the hell are you? <3
from liquid-mojo :
Thanks Becks. :)
from privateblaze :
:) Feeling a bit better today. And yes, thank God for you and your encouraging comments! It really does help.
from blazingstar :
Thanks for the advice! Right on target, as always. IF I decide to make a change, I will definitely do it right this time. Paddles deserves to know everything I'm thinking and feeling about our relationship. I'm sure he has a lot of the same worries, even if he's more confident than I am that everything just HAS to work out. So yeah. Thank you :)
from blazingstar :
Hey Becks. Thanks for your comment! Things are still a little rough, but I'm adjusting. I'm sorry you decided to stop writing, though I guess you've been weaning yourself off D-land for a while now. But I hope we can stay in touch in some way! And I hope everything works out with that job decision (if you haven't already made it).
from killsbury :
You mentioned what you thought the problem was with work. Maybe dealing with that is a good goal too? I found that to be an interesting thought and it's making me look at my friends a little more closely at the moment.
from liquid-mojo :
one of what people? *innocent whistle* ;)
from blazingstar :
Haha I swear to God. I didn't make up the piano/chess. My friends are such nerds. I even have video to prove it! And you are totally invited for MY birthday in August, though I'm not sure how I'd explain that I know you...
from puter-chique :
thanks for you comment in my locked blog. i appreciate the support. :)
from liquid-mojo :
new porn is definitely a good thing, at least for me it is. =p
from acornotravez :
I'm sending you an email to backpacker and excite - I can't remember which one you are using. Or maybe I should send it to diaryland...I'll try all 3. You asked for info on the cleanse I'm doing...-Acorn
from liquid-mojo :
Yeah, things are OK. I'll post a followup when I get the chance.
from kiosh :
You're a very dear buddy to me, dear B! I send you much love and big, big hugs! =0)
from liquid-mojo :
My uncle used to be 30-45min away from Islip Airport, in Roslyn Harbor, NY. I would have stopped by but I was in town 4-5 hours at most. =p
from liquid-mojo :
Yeah, I think you mentioned e-harmony before. I'll definitely pursue other dating options more agressively, including e-harmony once I finish off my master's degree. Thanks for the suggestion. :)
from liquid-mojo :
I think I mispelled it first, so I'm going to aplogize as well. ;)
from liquid-mojo :
LI is not so bad being a burrough of NYC. I used to visit family out there regularly. In the Chicago burbs, most of the regular places close well before midnight and the bars and nightclubs around 2am or 3am at the latest depending on the burb and the liquor licence of the place and the 24 hour joints are few and far between.
from liquid-mojo :
Suburbia is good for certain things like high-class shopping malls and 3-car garage houses the like, but i wouldn't call any of it a nightlife hotspot. Everything shuts down way too early. =p
from justjano :
I should have my reel on MS this week, so look out for it...
from kiosh :
I'm such an arse: The sentence was supposed to say, "...the *suggested* topics are something related to music, our postmodern world or relationships (you know, very RS&C)..." Duh!
from kiosh :
Hello, beau! So, if you'd like to post sometime in April the *suggested* topics are something related to music, our postmodern world or music (you know, very RS&C) or anything else you'd feel like writing about. I have yet to post some entries for February and March so if you still feel like guest posting, let me know so I can hurry up! --- Big cinnamon hugs and much, much love! =0)
from liquid-mojo :
True, I'd have to see you in person to determine if you truly eminate sunlight or not. But for now, I'll take your word on being optimistic but not quite cheerful and sunny. :)
from liquid-mojo :
i dunno, your disposition seems plenty cheerful and sunny. ;)
from chakra-chick :
Thank you for your kind words darling! ~smooches~
from liquid-mojo :
It's ok, that's a lot of geek talk stuffed in one blog. =p
from singlegirl :
Oh no! You must not like me!! :)
from justjano :
it will be under this name so you can find it--it won't be up for a while, but i will let you know.....
from liquid-mojo :
well ok maybe i do, but we'll keep that our secret... ;)
from liquid-mojo :
yes, take it away before i eat it ;)
from liquid-mojo :
yeah, it's good to see the end coming up, especially during stress-filled finals time. =p
from the-cad :
Hooray! You're getting glasses! I love it, more and more people are following me down the road of spectacles.
from liquid-mojo :
I never noticed the punctuation thing w/ haloscan. I'll have to test a non-apostrophed title in my next entry. But yeah, the concept of privacy is a bit twisted and weird when it comes to online diaries isn't it?
from justjano :
The classic thing is that in the real world I am not very expensive.....just trying to explain how being a costume designer is a real and legitimate job that entails having skills in things other than sewing makes me appear to be asking too much....I am so happy about school though, you are going to rock full on!
from f-i-n :
You're right. It doesn't matter what i look like...people will always find something wrong. Being skinny is supposed to be a good thing, but it has bothered me my whole life.
from f-i-n :
People have always made fun of me for being skinny. Maybe a tan would help.
from bettyford :
i didn't like scissors either, actually. but i loved dry, which were based on his journals from rehab.
from liquid-mojo :
Yeah, I think I just need to work things through. Thanks for the sentiment however. :)
from justjano :
Taking a basic sewing class is good, but I also find just doing stuff yourself is fun. Readers Digest has a great sewing book. I think it is around 50 bucks, but it shows you all sorts of really good stuff. Did you hear anymore about that job?
from heydomsar :
I'm off to Canada on business until Thursday, so I'm turning my diary over to a couple guest posters. Optional assignment: "My favorite teenage/adolescent moment." Have fun!
from vickithecute :
I know you gave it to me a long long looooong time ago but I am finally returning to dland - FINALLY - so if'n you could please resupply me with the UN/PW I shall....send much virtual cheese your way. vicki_thecuteATcomcastDOTnet
from f-i-n :
I really doubt it. He says dumb things like, I should change my hair or get bangs because I never do anything with it. blah blah....
from f-i-n :
That's what my mom said...but I don't believe her.
from liquid-mojo :
did you just call fergie an ass clown? lol.
from the-cad :
Thank's Becks, I hope I do. I'm gonna try and chill-out with my clinginess so's hopefully Isabel won't ditch me as well. I hope you enjoy your holiday... Is Orlando a nice holiday destination or just <B>a</B> holiday destination?
from the-cad :
Thanks Beckers-j! :) I'm proud of that poem. The Cad
from the-cad :
Yeah, I know... That's what worries me. <I>I</I> feel ill-equipped at life half the time, but I don't want to die yet. If the above paragraph makes sense to you then good, but if not, don't worry, I'm a little confused myself :S
from the-cad :
You should be jealous man, it's so good. Man, how am I gonna be at 27? STill getting stoned I hope, but I probably won't be living too well if I do. Unless there's like a toner movie revival and I make millions by being high on camera.. That'd rock. Cheers, The Cad
from liquid-mojo :
haha, I thought it was just me! :)
from liquid-mojo :
Yeah, I'll try contacting her maybe one more time and thanks, I'll be sure to keep you posted on my dating triumphs and mishaps. =p
from liquid-mojo :
Haha yeah, it's that day plus another two days, which basically counts for three. I'll have to watch the movie again to make sure, but yeah I love Swingers. I still cringe in the scene when Mikey tanks with his way too early ranting calls to Nikki's answering machine. =p
from liquid-mojo :
happy new year's :)
from singlegirl :
Oh no - I forgot your username and password. Can I have it again? Thanks! [email protected]
from liquid-mojo :
belated merry christmas to you too. :)
from liquid-mojo :
I think some people, including myself, try too hard to search far and wide for thier happiness that sometime they forget to see things in front of them that can make them happy. But yeah, contentment is not such a bad thing, especially if you live a balanced life.
from the-cad :
Sorry Becks, I had it set to auto-remember and then I didn't come on to D-land for like 3 months. Can you send me the pass-word in a myspace message? Cheers, Chester
from jiltedsoul :
Please do send me a password. [email protected] Although I am often silent, I do enjoy keeping up with you.
from goddesskiki :
Hey there! I'm sorry I haven't left a note in a while. I don't have the username or password, but I'd like it so I can keep reading please! I also wanted to stop by to say hi and that the start of my "note" to Santa is from the Charlie Brown Christmas special. I adore that show so I just stole that to see who was paying attention. Bravo! You get a gold star! =)
from liquid-mojo :
Yeah that's kind of what I thought too. I don't think it could really be called a review either, I just didn't have a beter term for it. "Hating" would have probably been a better term. Thanks for the moral support by the way. :)
from puter-chique :
hi beckers! sorry ii haven't left a comment or note in a while; my interpersonal (interpersonal? interwebinal? technology facilitated communication abilities?) have been sadly lacking as of late. anyway, i'm glad you seem to be hanging on though the tough stuff. hope the best for ya, becks. hugs!
from f-i-n :
happy turkey day
from liquid-mojo :
It's OK you are entitiled to your opinion and I respect people who aren't so easily swayed. If this is what you believe please don't let me convince you otherwise. Although I haven't experienced it myself like face to face it's nice to know there are people out there who don't engage in this whole playing games thing. I have to look into the possibility that it's me that's so jaded to the point of utter cycnicsm and my view of the world is not necessarily the same reality for everyone. So yes I agree that we disagree. =p
from liquid-mojo :
Well I suppose I should be making such sweeping generalizations and I should probably point out that there are some people who truly don't believe they do it but somehow play the game anyway on some subconscious level. Then again maybe it's just me. I can't conclusively say that people who are genuine, selfless and altruistic actually exist because I've never really run into people like that in my life. Even with a person like me who tries to consciously be genuine and aware enough to try and not play any of these silly little games, I find myself doing it anyway. I guess what I'm really trying to say is that it's all part of being human. Nobody is perfect and even the best of people slip into that whole thing once in a while, though more evolved people do it much less often because they are aware of themselves and consciously change thier direction when they find themselves sinking to that level.
from justjano :
Please accept my sincerest condolences about Sheff--hey I am an Expos fan I know disappointment!
from heydomsar :
how do i get more action in your dreams than i do in my own? i dream about work and crap. but really, if we analyze this, i think you're saying you want to expose yourself to me. so if there's anything i can do to make your dreams come true, you let me know.
from bettyford :
right back at you, baby. i've been keeping abreast (topless) of your probs too!
from liquid-mojo :
I'll keep that in mind, thanks. I guess asking guys to at least try to communicate isn't asking for too much, but it is asking for a lot. ;)
from liquid-mojo :
when i'm talking about "game" i'm thinking more about inner game than anything else. i'm not looking to be the next cassanova or anything, i just want to be able to ask someone i really like for coffee without going into panic mode and backing out in the last minute and to be able to not take being turned down like it's the end of the world and have it irreparibly shatter my ego. i'm not saying that's the solution to all my problems but i think that would be a good start.
from liquid-mojo :
thanks <3
from acornotravez :
I turbosculpted myself today, and did the 20 minute workout, too! Good to hear you're getting back into it. Work it, girl!
from acornotravez :
I mean 'bagel'
from acornotravez :
Heya cheesygirl, I've been thinking of you lately because I haven't done turbojam in FOREVER and I was wondering how it's going with you. Speaking of cheese, we had the best blue cheese I've ever had (I don't normally like blue cheese) in Barcelona, it was blue cheese made from goat's milk and I was eating it like you do cream cheese on a bagle, gobs and gobs, I couldn't stop. I think it was called cabrales, or something like that. They had these toasty bread pieces to slather it on.
from kiosh :
I decided to leave you a note because, well, you're a very dear friend to me, cookie! I send you big strawberry hugs and much chocolate luv! =0)
from noworry4tzl :
Yeah, it really is too bad. Aaron is a security guard. I am 23 years old. Aaron is 25 years old and sexy as ever. Do you think I should ask him if I could get his picture? -Lydia
from noworry4tzl :
The softball period is over for the hospitals for now. So I haven't been playing baseball. I like the Cinncinatti Reds cuz I'm from Ohio. That's just my favorite team because I'm from Ohio. I don't really follow baseball. I listen to the scores and everything on the radion and television though so I can seem like I'm in the know lol. That lip gloss isn't some special "drug lip gloss" haha. But it is made out of castor oil or something of that nature...it's strong so it didn't literally make me high but the smell was over powering. So what do you think about what I wrote about Aaron ,"my love". I gave him a card thanking him for being a good security guard and he said something. I'll write it in my diary. ok? read my next entry ok? Peace. -Lydia
from dieselengine :
Yes, I am doing exactly what you said. I am holding out and not taking the job no matter what he says. But now everybody is like, "Do you think he will fire you?" and I don't think he will. I might not have made the best career choice by coming back here, but I do believe my intuition is still intact...
from acornotravez :
Hey, how's the Turbo Jam? I've been meaning to tell you after all these weeks (months?) of doing it, I still can't get it when she tells me to "pump it" or "shake and shed". My abs are just unable to perform those tasks. :)
from noworry4tzl :
Hi becker-j! I'm glad you got my password. I hope you enjoy my diary entries. Peace. -Lydia
from noworry4tzl :
Make sure you tell me what you think of my diary. And critique me too! I love critiques about what I've written although I've never had that done before.
from noworry4tzl :
give me a password for you diary please and I will give you a password for my diary. Go to unlock your diary to email me a password for your diary that you make up...my email address is [email protected] -Peace. Do you have hi5.com and/or myspace.com?
from noworry4tzl :
leave me a note with your email in it (or just email me your email address to [email protected]) so that you can get a password to my diary (so i can make a password for you). I will email to you a password to open up my diary ok? -Lydia
from noworry4tzl :
i would like your diary password i already have you as a friend i'll give you mine and you give me yours my email is [email protected] PEACE
from acornotravez :
Did you get Turbo Jam, yet? I meant to tell you that it took me a while to really enjoy it. Maybe 5 or 6 times doing it, then it started to click because I'm extremely uncoordinated. I stuck with it because my little sister was going berzerker over how good it made her look and feel! (She's the best!)
from smedindy :
Maybe I can use that line? "What is it going to take for me to get YOU on MY mattress today?" Heh. OUCH! That hurt...
from liquid-mojo :
You'd be suprised how many times I was on the edge of the ship too. But yeah, no falling overboard this trip. =p
from nikig :
Becks! I tried emailing you TWICE and it was rejected. :~( I was wondering if I can be bestowed the honor of entrance to your locked diary...reach me at [email protected] I miss reading about your and Teddy's adventures!
from acornotravez :
Yes, Turbo Jam is the best. I'm really not very coordinated, so it was a challenge for me. I've been doing it for a couple of weeks and it's still a challenge, but a good one. It really works out my midsection, which has always eluded being fit my whole life, and that is miraculous! The instructor is really chipper and funny, but not in an annoying way in the slightest. She makes me laugh as I do the workout, actually. I would shell out the cash and get it, if I were you. I haven't done many work-out videos, so I can't really compare it to other videos. I like her because she combines dance, yoga and kickboxing. But the dance part is not complicated at all. And it really complements my yoga routine. I mean, because of the turbo jam, my joga routine is better, and because of the yoga, my turbo jam is better. But that's just me. I googled 'turbo jam reviews' and got some good review info that way on the workout - people compared it to other videos, etc.
from type-a- :
I didn't know the Behl case was so widespread. It is always in the Richmond and Mathews paper, of course. He is a total sociopath. He believes that nothing is his fault. He has the serial killer personality and will charm you to believe whatever he makes up. He preys on anyone who had any trust in strangers. I bed you didn't know this - his oldest daughter is 4 years younger than Behl. He's sick. He's a little guy so he won't survive jail.
from heydomsar :
out of respect for Teddy and the fact that you would leave him instantly if i ever posted shots of me in my underwear, i will have to regretfully refrain.
from veralynn :
I just so wish it had been some bright yellow feathers like he attacked Big Bird when he didn't get the job.
from type-a- :
Thanks for the note, internet friend :) I appreciate the votes. I agree with you. When you get married, go to David's Bridal. I got my dress for $550 which is great for a wedding dress. BM's can pick out their outfits from any city, too. I need your password for your diary.
from justjano :
Yeah my IMDB page is missing a ton of stuff--I have to update it....
from type-a- :
Well, we're picking between a couple of big fancy churches, I have my bridesmaids picked out, I bought the dress and I will post pics tomorrow, dark purple/white are the colors, honeymoon in Hawaii, and a large credit card bill. !!!
from serenaville :
Becks. Darling. If you've ever shared your password info with me, I've clean forgotten it. I keep clicking, forgetting you're locked up tight. I've likely missed a gazillion entries. Hook a chica up? Chica misses you. Grassyass. *HUGS!!* ;)
from justjano :
I looked up your cousin....he is cute
from liquid-mojo :
Thanks, I hope I do too. =)
from lahoo2 :
Hey, hook a girl up with a password... conversegirl at gmail.com or via notes if you prefer that way =] its Andrea (formerly lahoo) back for another shot at diarylandhood =)
from justjano :
My hair is just like Amelie's too...I do love her too...
from liquid-mojo :
Have you tried the quad stacker? It's the best tower of flame-broiled meat and cheese I've shoved down my throat ever! I haven't had a burger in ages before I tried it either, so naturally it made me sleep like a baby after I wolfed one down. I haven't had one in like two weeks, but I do find myself occasionally craving it. =p I guess what we are talking about here is what feels right for the moment vs. what feels right in the long term. Somehow I always get the two mixed up, so thanks for helping to clarify and distinguish that for me. ;) But yeah I need more self-discipline because I have very little in my life.
from liquid-mojo :
Yeah, overthinking is a constant habit of mine. I can't always go with what feels right though, because sitting in front of my PS2 all day and eating the quad stacker from Burger King always feels right at that moment, but it isn't the most productive way of spending my free time. For me I need a little more focus and discpline. =p
from lerin :
I think I used to read you on and off years ago... email me at [email protected] is you want to share! :)
from justjano :
It gives you confidence that you do interview well, which I thought all along anyways. The right job will come to you --it always does...just think of me if you get one of those takeaway coffees on the street in the city. I love those cups, the blue and white ones....so good.
from bettyford :
i had to think about getting up at six to walk for about 3 months before i did it. and i've only done it once. but hopefully, all that thinking about it will have worked and i'll do it every week day. and then i'll be miss america.
from justjano :
Sorry that the place did not WOW you... Oh well sometimes you need to see what is out there to appreciate what you have... even if you want to get out.
from liquid-mojo :
I haven't actually considered online dating seriously. Maybe it's because my stepdad, although he's been geting lots of dates from match.com, seems to always be striking out with that whole scene. Thanks for the e-harmony tip though. Maybe I'll check it out. But yeah, with few exceptions, the places I go and the people I hang with aren't exactly optimal for soul-mate searching.
from the-cad :
Good luck
from la-blue-eyez :
Hey girl! Could I get the password please?
from chakra-chick :
Hi love! Could I pleeeeze get the password?
from the-cad :
Hey, I just saw you used part of my song for your quote from my diary. Thanks Becks, and I hope to get my passwod soon
from justjano :
[email protected], please send me the password.
from acornotravez :
password, puh-lease! acornotravez at hot male dot co m.
from liquid-mojo :
woah, lockdown... i'll send you my addy later =p
from singlegirl :
May I have the password? [email protected]
from heydomsar :
so does your locking up mean you're going to keep blogging?! awsum. or are you just going under the radar so we can continue our torrid love affair in private? send me a password and i'll stop by and bug you a lot. (heydomsar at yahoo dot com)
from alure :
ooh, may i please have a password?? my email is: [email protected] thanks!
from puter-chique :
dunno if you have my contact info or not, but my email is [email protected] (thats an underscore, not a dash, like my diary). i'd love to get the password!
from smedindy :
Becks! Password me babe!
from bettyford :
[email protected] for password, please. i also need your myspace info so i can add you there. xoxoxoxoxox
from justjano :
It is deleted, but you will never be deleted.
from the-cad :
Oh dear! What will I do without Beckers-J?! Oh well. If you do lock-up, mine e-mail is: "[email protected]" which is also my MySpace e-mail, if you want to check that one out. I hope you do come back eventually (I realised it's hard to permanently leave), until then, best of luck, Chester 'The Cad'
from liquid-mojo :
OK cool, but just in case you aren't around d-land anymore I can stalk you in the other place. =p
from heydomsar :
glad to hear you're hanging around us still. i'd hate to think we were out of your life completely. especially your naughty dreams. ;) now were we getting clean in the bathroom? or were we getting dirty? ;)
from heydomsar :
no? even your note seems a little harsh. sorry if i was mistaken. i hope everything's ok. don't feel pressured to post, do what you need to do, but know that you'll be missed.
from smedindy :
Hey, don't be a stranger, girlie! And no comments on Bartelby? I thought that may have tickled your fancy!
from la-blue-eyez :
lol I noticed that. Great minds think alike. :)
from justjano :
we were number three on the most polite list--ok i have lived in 6 cities here and there are way nicer people in this country than in Toronto.
from liquid-mojo :
chicks? where? where? ;)
from the-cad :
Oh wow, don't ever let me cook with an oven, not only did I not know you could set the oven on fire by not cleaning it, I'd be too lazy to clean it anyways. How are you? The Cad
from liquid-mojo :
glad to be of service. it would have left your oven in a powdery mess, but you would have killed that over fire in a heartbeat. why do i feel like fire marshall bob now? =p
from smedindy :
An email will follow (from my shiny new email addy!)
from veralynn :
It'll be good to finally get there, but mostly I'll be so busy with work that I don't expect I'll get to see much. Will have about 2.5 days to play.
from acornotravez :
I like my quote on your profile, it's funny and made me laugh. I guess that's lame that I make myself laugh, is it? Maybe not. Anyway, well, thank you! - Acorn
from liquid-mojo :
Actually, it did feel pretty good... :)
from liquid-mojo :
It's true, I do tend to dwell on the past quite a bit. It's hard to let go of a good memory, but I agree, in order for me to step away from my "dark cloud" I need to let go of the past and focus on the present. Thanks for the advice.
from the-cad :
I'm glad to hear you made up with Ted, and the best thing you can do to PrissyBritches is cut off her hands. She won't touch anything agin after that. And to read my most recent entry, you have to click on the button at the top of the screen that says 'view' and scroll down to 'source'. My entry is there.
from liquid-mojo :
With that additional knowledge from your comments I stand corrected. Although he is a guy and guys tend to be really dumb about these things, myself included, somewhere deep down Ted knows how good he has it with you and hopefully sometime soon he will realize it and act accordingly.
from liquid-mojo :
Well I am kind of writing for myself about myself so I should probably free myself of any unusual expectations from whomever may be reading me. Still, I do want to thank you for passing by on occasion and leaving comments. That's really cool of you.
from the-cad :
Hello Beckers-J, sorry I haven't been on for ages, I broke up with Zelda and I just couldn't face diaryland for a while. How've you been?
from serenaville :
Molto grazie, woman! I very much look forward to your contribution in general, but by all means take your time. Heaven knows you waited long enough for mine. Instructions appreciated! Off to give it a try...
from justjano :
It must be murder in the city in the summer--but at least you only go there once a week... How is kick boxing?
from pansycline :
thanks, pal!
from liquid-mojo :
It's only 2-1/2 more weeks left of school, but right now it seems like forever.
from justjano :
Well at 6:54 EST we actually have sun, now whether that translates into an all day thing--I will let you know....
from bluperspex :
:) I'd be delighted.
from serenaville :
Becks, I would be thrilled to write a guest entry in your space, and feel quite warmed to be invited so thoughtfully! If you have a certain topic in mind, or other indication of content, please let me know? Left to my own, I could waffle for months on what to share. Thank you for the honor! *HUGS!!* :)
from liquid-mojo :
Well if you put it that way, how can I refuse? ;) Seriously though, it will be my pleasure. I'll swing by with a guest entry when I get hopefully some free time.
from fridayfilms :
Hey there. Thanks very much! I've never been asked to do a guest entry before. I'm not even sure how they work. I'd love to do one, but am in the process of dissolving a relationship and am not sure when I'll feel like writing a post again. But please keep me in mind, and feel free to send any advice on writing guest entries.
from bettyford :
i wouldn't have thought that of you. i feel like you're a busy little bee with all of your cooking and cleaning and ass kicking and hot sex having. but hey, now you know why i STILL have not done my guest entry yet (which i think about a lot). xoxoxox glad to know i'm not the only one.
from la-blue-eyez :
Email sent.
from liquid-mojo :
You know you like that song so hush! ;)
from pansycline :
hey, that's a great shirt at that birthday party. looks good on you!
from liquid-mojo :
Thank you for your condolences. He was a pretty amazing person indeed.
from serenaville :
Thank you very much, for adding Serenaville to your faves/buddy list, Becks! Especially after the mass entry purge. I'm quite warmed to be listed, and read regularly. I promise I'll have more to read coming soon! Heh. Thanks again! *HUGS!!* :)
from puter-chique :
i'm glad i'm back too!
from blazingstar :
Awesome! I've only been to one of their stores, I think they have a couple locations. Three blocks away from you, eh? Watch what you say, or you might have some stalkers hunting you down...
from f-i-n :
So you floated too? Sometimes I get that quivery feeling again, along with a buzzing when I'm about to fall asleep...and I'm too afraid to give into it.
from liquid-mojo :
I can't argue with that sentiment. Ray was just the kind of guy that wanted to see his friends happy. I guess I'll just have to play it by ear and see where it goes with her if anywhere. As for the meaningless sex, I guess it would be ok if there was some sort of understanding in that direction. I should probably take it step by step though, start off with meaningless kissing and dry grinding, then maybe move up to meaningless fondling and maybe some meaningless 3rd-base action. But yeah, I hear you on being at least familiar and actually have some sort of liking with a potential sexual partner first.
from blazingstar :
It's called Ina (inanyc.com). It's where they sold the Sex and the City wardrobe. They have INCREDIBLE deals. When I bought two dresses there, I was $10 short, told them I'd go around the corner to borrow it from friends, they said "No, we'll just take another 30% off instead." Amazing!
from pansycline :
thanks, man. xo.
from la-blue-eyez :
Happy belated birthday!
from dieselengine :
yeeee! the shirt is done! www.locura.etsy.com hope you like it....
from heydomsar :
we both knew i was the "man of your dreams". what was the dream about?
from dieselengine :
I worked on your shirt this weekend but I don't like how it turned out...the "A" got kind of washed out. I will try again one night this week...just wanted to keep you posted! ~d
from pansycline :
cool man, thanks! you can expect to hear questions from me this summer, then!
from liquid-mojo :
It's true, there is so much uncertainty with death but the thing that is certain is the pain and sadness the people left behind will feel. I guess I just have to learn a different way of being an hopefully discover my happiness again. So what? You aren't ready to have little chalupas running around? ;)
from dieselengine :
For the rockstar shirt, I will make it and post it on etsy as a special order and you can just buy it off there. And yes, a youth large is what I wear (I am a small/medium).
from pansycline :
soooooo, this summer I have to write an application for THE giant grant for Canadian grad students in the humanities/social sciences. mind if I ask you for tips later? I'll send you a present!
from the-cad :
I was trying to block out knobs from school but I can't figure it out and I don't really care. It's all unlocked again now. The cad
from veralynn :
hee. Sadly no further description. I have to pass through there on my lunch hour. I wonder if it will be identifiable by smell. :)
from dangerspouse :
I know about sex on NyQuil because I know about sex on EVERYTHING. Call it a gift.
from the-cad :
Shit, what do you do on a train for 1,5 hours?
from la-blue-eyez :
There were 4 of them I met. We were all in the same resturant and they were at the table in front of mine. My sister and I were goofing around and they turned around and started talking to us. (We were making fun of all of the "wannabe" baseball players and how when spring training is here, you'll see fans dress up and try to act like they're somebody.) It was quite funny and embarrassing too! They were REAL! I don't remember who they were. Like I said, I'm not a baseball fan. And during spring training, you meet so many of them from different teams. Their names just bleed together.
from bluperspex :
now you're just making me hungry. or 'lus' as we would say.
from bettyford :
i'd be honored. as soon as i cheer the fuck up and think of something brilliant to say. god, i hope your offer doesn't expire!
from liquid-mojo :
Sorry, my entries ocassionaly revert to geek language. I'm sure my next entry will be in plain English. =p
from rae2005 :
kudos on the praise at work (even if it wasn't the immediate boss). its always nice to be recognized. :)
from killsbury :
Hey! Good luck tomorrow! I'll send some kick ass vibes your way ;)
from the-cad :
Your entry gave me the idea for what you could bum off Prissybritches and Mainliner( like heroin?). "Hey guys, can I bum half a litre of blood?"
from puter-chique :
HOLY CRAPOLA! 132 hits from someplace in NY in my stats-o-meter? I'm guessing that can only be beckers, my new BFF and stalker-pal.
from puter-chique :
HA! I LOVE the quote you picked. LOVE IT, I tell you!
from the-cad :
Thanks for the advice and for discovering my entry, it means alot to know people care, even just a little.
from pansycline :
yeah -- wait 'til the babies come! woah! Nobel peace prize! apparently, though, she's the happiest she's ever been in her whole (short!) life, so I'll just be shutting my trap.
from puter-chique :
hi beckers! i was going to leave a note when i added you, but i ran out of time. came across your diary through heydomsar, and i love your stuff!
from pansycline :
dude! I totally was supposed to have white chocolate chips in mine but the dumbass grocery store didn't have any!! aaaaah! where's my car?
from bluperspex :
e-ddictions. glory, do i know what that is anout. how did we become the people our mothers warned us about??? hahaha. isn't there a re-hab for people like us?
from justjano :
I thought it was just me, I mean it is a neat idea, but really not worthy of all the buzz...could be that I am killjoy these days and I will love it in another week.
from liquid-mojo :
Ok, but I'm keeping an eye on you just in case... ;)
from dangerspouse :
Woo hoo, it worked! Another one suckered in - thanks for adding me :)
from geeked-out :
ya know when it was on TV I didn't realize how bad it was I guess because I kind of liked it then too [don't get me wrong the acting wasn't all that great then but it seemed more tolerable with commercial breaks I suppose], then I rented the seasons from Netflix and suddenly it was twice as bad as it could have ever been before. I don't know if they just drowned it in crap or what.
from liquid-mojo :
How interesting, I've added you to my list as well... =p
from type-a- :
BTW nice picture *wink wink* I think your h.s. friends will probably appreciate you b/c they miss you so don't be too afraid. I've re-met with old friends and wo don't have a lot in common or live in different places so when we do see each other everyone is super nice. Never get too close to people who have hurt you. Once someone does me wrong I usually avoid them from then on.
from killsbury :
That was beautiful comment, but I could never do it. Things will sort themselves out soon enough. Now if I could only remember that for more than a minute... Thanks for your thoughtfulness Becks.
from type-a- :
So sorry about mixing up NJ/NY. That's like asking an Indian if he is Pakistani or asking someone what gender they are. Yey for accents. I love my digital camera. It is probably the cheapest one out there but so useful :)
from type-a- :
Well, the fast talker was from Mass. NJ people have way cooler ways of talking, too. Do you have a NJ accent? You should add pics too so we can put a name to the face. I do mine on photobucket and copy the code in. If I can do it anyone can do it.
from dangerspouse :
Well then, in the unlikely event that Ms. Portman was trying to decide between us, you may have her. Assuming she still sported that cue ball on top of her shoulders, that is.
from retailharlot :
they left it completely open-ended, and wouldn't specify what they wanted. I'm completely clueless. the best advice I've gotten so far is "don't show them one of your political rants." lol
from the-cad :
I'm sorry about your Mum. My parents separated when I was three or younger, so I don't remember any of it, I guess I was lucky in that. I wish stuff like that wouldn't happen though, it's really depressing.
from the-cad :
Thanks, Beckers-j, but I'll keep looking out for solid evidence so I can rub it in Ms. Bartlett's face. :) TheCad
from bettyford :
david caruso is so fucking over the top on csi miami. kevin and i love to watch that show just to laugh at him. the guy has his hands on his hips in every single scene
from bluperspex :
good decision on the bangs... somehow, well, with me anyway, it also ends up being a regret. and then theres nothing to do, but wait for it to grow out.
from bettyford :
i have not applied yet. i'm stalling on the cover letter. i have no idea how to write one. also, suppose i got a job i liked - i'd have nothing to be miserable about! thanks for asking, love. oh, also - i hope you know that you are really really good to tedders. i hope he knows.
from pansycline :
aha! thanks for the link. I had no idea. I lived in a house like that when I was a kid. chow!
from serenaville :
I needed the e-mail, because I said I would be contacting winners directly. I can understand that you don't just give that info out, other may have had similiar reservations, but if you'd e-mailed me (Even under a created Hotmail account or something)... I'd have "counted" it. I'm sorry I disappointed you, though! :/
from the-cad :
Well, you know I live in Australia, which you cn tell because I spell words like 'Mum','Flavour' and 'Colour' CORRECTLY... That's right. I said it. *emoticon* The Cad
from bluperspex :
i think i'm missing something - kempo?
from pansycline :
thanks -- knives or fists? no holds barred?
from fridayfilms :
No thanks necessary. I'm only sorry I didn't do it sooner.
from pansycline :
ah yeah. lady, I admire your dedication to your man. I still think there must be some way for you to do both, though; like compromise on the permanent move but go for something that feels like a move, even if you'll be back in LI later. I'm brainstorming for you now -- it's beyond my control.
from fridayfilms :
Re: Before Sunset - was it ever established whether or not they actually slept together in the first movie? I seem to recall this was something they talked about their second meeting but I can't remember to save the life of me.
from blazingstar :
Great! Backpacking it is! Can we leave tomorrow, actually?
from heydomsar :
wow. i just read your philosophy notes... and not to step on ted's toes or anything, but you just became the sexiest person i know.
from bettyford :
becks, my love - i need some grant writing advice. like, the job i want has that shit in the job description and i know that it's your "specialty". so tips, advice, help with my cover letter, back massage . . .
from the-cad :
For music reasons? Or something else? The cad
from smedindy :
You know, he gave bonus points for the ass - too bad he was a real horses ass, though. If he goes to jail, I wonder if he'll get the 14 points for the ass w/o permission??
from smedindy :
I sent an email too - (I almost typed, I sent an emu - wouldn't that be a trip - Becks, here's your emu and Purina Emu Chow - dang I need to remember that) - but this note is to say the guest entry is here.
from heydomsar :
aww, jokes becks! jokes! you know i love my sexy psycho note-stalker. with your strange taco fetish and all. ;)
from type-a- :
I gave BigMan a card that said, Girl: When you think about me, what do you think about? Guy: Well, they all start differently but pretty much end up with you naked.
from smedindy :
Guest entry tomorrow PM. OK?
from type-a- :
They didn't line up right!
from type-a- :
Here are flowers for you :D ()() ()()()() \ | |/ ||||
from bettyford :
no, i didn't DO it but i totally THOUGHT about doing it. I'm jealous of your weekend. it sounded delicious.
from bluperspex :
i'm pretty sure it was a 'he' - them'd do stuff like that!
from justjano :
I guess it is the fact that these people have their shit together and they get to flaunt it! One day I will flaunt my togetherness for all to see.
from nilliem :
Good to know I'm not the only one! I've never heard anyone cop to these kind of dreams, hee. Then again, if they aren't you know...aware...their loss.
from the-cad :
Hooray! Isn't it nice finally cutting loose from people who just seem screw you over all the time. Shame about the hot tub though. The Cad
from bettyford :
right back at 'cha, baby. fuck'em.
from smedindy :
Oh, sure. I could do one next week, no probs.
from type-a- :
Thanks for the encouragement. There is some drama going on with the new job so check it out :) Also, yey for not smoking. You seem like an awesome person so I hope you will live long and healthy. Congratulations on 4 years. I usually don't last past 8 months with any of my boyfriends. Its cool you can sleep in a little before work. I have to get up at 5 and that makes me a loser for going to bed so early all the time.
from pansycline :
woop on the not buying a pack! Not that I'll blame you if you buy another. lemme see, since end of sept I've bought one pack. good, huh?! this is my 99999999999999999th time quitting. I now smoke about one [cigarette, not pack] per week, on average -- meaning when I go for drinks I get hungry like a wolf. meh. that was a sweet entry on you and Mr. T. Now I feel lonely.
from bettyford :
sweet. you and tedders, that is. i love moments where you just realize how deep your affection runs for your significant other. you just get caught up in life and forget. they're just there. also, did you buy a pack? if so, i won't give you shit - just wondering. i had to quit 47297524957425 times before i actually DID IT. almost 4 months - go me! xoxoxoxox
from the-cad :
I'm glad you're finding time to do the writing practice. You had a pretty good list too, except Heath Ledger. Not that he shouldn't be on the list but what is it with Americans thinking Australians are cool? Whenever my Australianinity get discovered on any the other sites I use, the people I talk to say things similar to this: OMG ur australian? That is sooo kool. Does it eva rain down under? Their illiteracy infuriates me... Anyhow, Cheers, The Cad
from bluperspex :
aallright! guess who's getting lucky :)
from type-a- :
You should try out of a team! There are girls 5 feet tall :) They have 6 foot tall dancers but they look goofy dancing. Too many limbs! Short people have lower centers of gravity so we can spin better. Heh, I'll do just about anything to get a story out of it and to meet new people.
from bluperspex :
mmm. funny that. cos i had one of those days yesterday too. tho i was at work and just about tripped over my own lip. haha. but i feel better today and i hope you do too!
from thedetails :
Happy Tuesday Guestbook Signing Extravaganza! Sorry, I'm not into that Movie at all. I think it's all the hype around it. Movies that get so much talk and folks spouting about how great it is and how everyone has to see it just turn me off. I'm not sure if I'll read the book, you make me interested in it.. but it doesn't seem like my type of book
from dieselengine :
sure, I'd love to do an entry for you!
from killsbury :
Me again :) GoLite Mood relief carries a line of small portable blue lights. They're available in Costco's, drugstores etc. They come with instructions on when to use and for how long depending upon your responses.
from killsbury :
I didn't mean traditional therapy, (I could have written my comment out better.) I thought that you might be experiencing SAD. My ex used to get wickedly depressed every winter, but he bought a light unit and sat under it for about half an hour every day. He swears by it.
from bluperspex :
well... i don't know much about where all that comes from, but i would also scissor-kicked Angela Lansbury if i bumped into her. mwahahaha
from heydomsar :
thanks for the great note! and instead of that dollar, i want the link to teddy's myspace. :-)
from bettyford :
thanks for tagging me! and adding me! i seriously tried to think of weird things i do and i couldn't think of anything. i'm so normal. no. i even asked k-po and he couldn't come up with anything. of course, that's a man thing. i could list a bunch of weird shit he does. but, you know, he can't pull himself away from that stupid x-box to pick up on any of my "habits" weird or not. oh my god, total rant. weird.
from alure :
lol, i just dont think i've got the mind of a philosopher. and of course anything i've written about philosophers does not apply to you! because, let's face it, you are way cooler than my phil prof ;) (and yes, you really are. i'm not just sucking up, hehehe). i hope you have a great week!
from pansycline :
hi dude, I tagged you! How do you feel about that?!
from f-i-n :
I added a guest entry. I forgot to say it was me (was I supposed to do that?)
from bluperspex :
thanks! even if i don't get that job i'm going to keep pouring through other positions... cos, i tell you, this place is likely to send one on a downward spiral to drink-till-you-die land c",)
from acornotravez :
Thanks a lot for your comment, it meant a lot. -Acorn
from the-cad :
Thanks for the comment, I'll keep searching and one day... :) The cad
from f-i-n :
No problemo. Tell me when it's due (and what's the theme?)
from the-cad :
Alright it's 9:00 now Australian EST so I shoulbe home to do the entry in about twelve hours. Also, I didn't know you were an aspiring writer, I've always wanted to be one but I just cant get my shit together. The Cad
from f-i-n :
I miss real logs. We don't have a fireplace in stupid florida.
from clarity25 :
I'm so sorry about the bizarre glitch. I couldn't figure out how on earth that could possibly happen and I wrote 4 letters to tech support. As imaphatpig said: It's because a comment was left with an image that was hosted by Diaryland. When I locked my journal, The image broke and it prompted a password protection. All you have to do is delete that comment from me with a broken image link and it will automatically clear up that problem. The password protection pop-up will immediately go away. I'm really sorry, I'm so embarrassed. If it's any comfort to you. In order for anyone to get into my journal and click on my profile to reach my buddy list to discover you, they would have to guess the password in order to gain access and it's NOT an easy one to figure out. I'm really sorry about the glitch though.
from imaphatpig :
Delete all messages from clarity that include an image from your myspace page. That will fix it.
from vickithecute :
Oh but wait, no, never mind, I haven't gotten a hit from MySpace in like....forever. Months at least. So nevermind, not me. :-)
from vickithecute :
Is it mine? Because my MySpace has a link to my diary and I guess one could find yours from mine....
from blazingstar :
Locked! Oh no! Is there a password or are we all just waiting around in agonizing suspense?
from the-cad :
Sure, I'd love to do a 'Guest Entry'. I don't know how they work though so you'll have to teach me. Thnaks er.. sorry thanks (I'm a dyslexic typer, I swear), I'll try and write an interesting one for you. The Cad
from clarity25 :
I haven't been able to access MYSPACE for days. Something is wrong, it will not let me in from either my home computer or my work computer. (It's been like this for days, I thought MYSPACE was temporarily shut down or something) I'm going to try from an internet cafe first thing tomorrow morning and see if I can help fix the problem. I'm not sure why that is happening to you!
from beckers-j :
I'm TEMPORARILY LOCKED. Read my profile page for a brief explanation.
from bettyford :
awwww. thanks! it's day one - i'm "flushing" out my system. and by that i mean, starving.
from bettyford :
and hungry! doesn't it make you hungry?
from bluperspex :
Heh :) sexy bear :)
from blazingstar :
Hey, I'd love to do a guest entry! This is the first time I've been on D-land in two weeks, isn't that crazy? I see you took a break too. Good to be back though, I'm getting caught up on your shenanigans now :)
from pansycline :
oh my god I'm so happy these days I can hardly even talk about it. It's weird. I'm head over heels for a long d boy. I'm almost scared to say anything b/c what if I jinx it. Seriously. The best thing to happen to me in 10 years. Scratch that. My life. I can't believe I said that. I'm racking my brain now to think of something better...
from killsbury :
Merriest of Christmas's to you and Ted!!
from bluperspex :
a merry, merry to you - may it be blessed and utterly fabulous!
from smedindy :
Well, did you make your sweetie sweaty back in the day? (Oops, that may be TMI...)
from chakra-chick :
Hi dear...I will work on my entry and post it later this week...if you still want me to. Thanks again for the opportunity. ~smooches~
from dieselengine :
Sounds like you had a good time...one question though...baked apple bread?!?! WHERE IS THE RECIPE?!?!?!
from vickithecute :
I'm sorry :-( If it makes you feel any better, I'm not even looking at the responses. (They don't actually email them to you, you have to log in to see them). I just laughed like a loon when I got pranked and wanted to share the funny.
from justjano :
It is pretty interesting and exciting. I feel like I own being in film now.... I have to read more diaries and catch up--I have about a month of yours to read.
from pansycline :
shoot, anytime! *sweat*
from pansycline :
hi lady! I did it! But I noticed that I stupidly forgot to say who I am.
from bluperspex :
eish. thanks :) it's actually not as rough as i thought it would be - i've quit way worse... haha... so i think a lil old cigarette shouldn't be too much of a challenge :)
from hissandtell :
Superb, miss pansy! Your writing was a perfect complement to the fabulous miss beckers. (And yes, I can imagine a segue from Alison to Crimson and Clover would be staggeringly good...) Love, R xxx
from kiosh :
Oh, damn! I'm always late for everything. Excuse me.. Now, that dress is gorgeous and IMHO, I liked the third pair (brown ones) but the choice you made is a good one too, because the colour and style match and they are very appropiate for the dress. You'll look all stylish and pretty so don't worry! Plus, you're a cute and smart gal and that shines! Post pictures, svp! - The "huge schlong" episode made me laugh so much. Why can't people tuck it in? Especially if they are talking to an audience, though that could be a way to never lose attention. LOL. So much fun! - Big hugs and much love!
from dieselengine :
yeah, those boots are PERFECT!!! I am sort of interested in getting myself a pair if they aren't too pricey...please tell mama where you got the boots. thanks
from killsbury :
Where are you ordering those gorgeous boots from? We won't match, I live far away :)
from pansycline :
yup. good choice. darker is almost always the good choice, weirdly.
from serenaville :
*Laughing* Okay, fair enough! The boots you chose are much better in the dark brown, and COULD work with that sweeeeeeeet dress now. This fashionista stands by her vote, but decidedly does not point and laugh. ;)
from pansycline :
aaugh! I'm sorry I haven't done my guest entry, yet. I swear I will do it. I hope it's no rush.
from bluperspex :
see, why aren't those men readily availible? smart, good-looking, huge schlong... must have been a dream. hahaha
from the-cad :
All right man, I'll make a 1-7 list or two... eventually. I'm sure I'll do it before I die. Cheers, The Cad
from pansycline :
oh my! I'm so honored. I have to run away to school right now, but this evening I will try to produce something at least semi-brilliant. Maybe along the lines of cubic zirconium, or fool's gold.
from geeked-out :
Alrighty It's up. I had some serious problems coming up with things to say but hopefully it's okay anyway.
from geeked-out :
Well I would love to do a guest entry for you. And if you'd like to do one for me as well that would be groovy :)
from chakra-chick :
I have posted your guest entry in my diary. Thanks so much for that sweetie! Sorry I took so long to post it...
from smedindy :
<Fat Elvis>Aaahhh...thank yew....thankyervurrymuch....</FE>
from dieselengine :
Uh, we had to celebrate my win last night with Scrabble too...so uh, you know. I am a multi-tasker I tell you!
from blazingstar :
Thanks for the encouraging words :) I was mainly talking about whining in real life, since the diary should definitely be a place where I'm allowed to do that but people in the "real world" don't seem to want to hear it...barring a few close friends, of course. But yeah, this is a great place for whining. And for being cheered up :)
from justamephit :
The problem for me (here I go) about Batman Begins is ... well ... as far as comic book premises go the gothic and the outlandish overtones suited Tim Burton supremely well. And then they go and try to make it serious. For fuck's sake!! It's about this dude who dresses up as a bat to fight crime. How utterly lame is that. But if you set him against hysterical cackling headcases like the joker it kinda works. If you set him against Liam Neeson who is too beautfiul and cool and irish to live (swoon, drool etc.) he just looks dumb. Phew. Rant.
from pansycline :
well, AND, I'm not even gay -- I just threw that out there to see if she would condemn even her own sister... of course, it's not HER that's doing it. I guess there are a bunch of other reasons I'd go to hell, though. Luckily, I don't believe in it either! xox, PC.
from the-cad :
Glad to hear you're so happy, cheers the cad
from f-i-n :
thanks for the note....it's nice to be back in the 21st century (although there's no escape from high school...they're talking about extending the school year, thanks to all these stupid hurricanes. Yuck).
from smedindy :
My kids-eye vision of Batman was the campy version from TV. (Sigh, I am old since the Michael Keaton Batman was a year after I graduated from college). I think Tim Burton took more liberties with the story than this incarnation, thus the discrepancies.
from amalthea23 :
i used to think that but then i went back and re-watched them after the new one and i was horrified. batman is so stiff and awful. he's lost all sense of the romance of the character to tim burton's (admittedly pretty, but wayward) vision.
from justamephit :
I think you'd be hot as an FBI agent. I think I should be a careers advisor =P By the way, you should totally go see Broken Flowers - it's fantastic, and Bill Murray is going through this deadpan laconic stage I personally find deeply deeply attractive. He's an immensly charismatic actor. And, yes, yes, *sheepish* I love Orlando. Feet 'n' all. And I feel duly supported in my Richard Chamberlain lurve. The Thorn Birds is glorious schmaltz. And priests are hot.
from the-cad :
Thanks, I had to write a police report on the death scene in Romeo & Juliet. I hope you can find a job that you enjoy, or at least learn to cope with your current one. Cheers The Cad
from the-cad :
If you have time please read my current entry (or Ghost's Of The Civil Dead) it's pretty funny, I think anyway. Hope things are OK with you, The Cad
from pansycline :
thanks man, I feel better now.
from justamephit :
Titties are scary? I think your boy is having some issues there... Next it'll be teeth-lined cunts...
from smedindy :
Ah, all in good fun. Good night, m'dear. Pleasant, drunken, dreams!
from smedindy :
Oh, my dear, I do not run away. I hang around until the bitter end - or until breakfast. (Which I normally cook, BTW). That was my secret. You are not a lout if you make them bluberry muffins in the morning.
from smedindy :
Yeah, but will you respect me in the morning??
from rae2005 :
my parents are the same way about getting updates. i call my mom pretty often from work because we both have a little down time. (otherwise i would never get to update this thing) :)
from clarity25 :
Oooh! nice car! It's funny because in three months I'll be driving around a Ford taurus too. It looks almost the same but it's in green. It's my father's car and he's giving it to us when we return to America. (he'll be still in Iraq and when he comes home he plans on purchasing a new vehicle for himself.) Unfortunately our taurus is on it's last legs, the amount of miles he has taken that car is insane. So glad you have a new car though! Hurrah! P.S. your Pencil Halloween costume suggestion had me seriously cracking up!
from justamephit :
I like my cars like I like my women ... err ... heavily taxed? There ought to be some kind of joke to be made, but I'm damned if I can figure it out.
from vickithecute :
Ooh, sleek and pretty!! Yay!!!
from killsbury :
Since I'm a Gemini, does that mean I get two cars? ;) Very cool looking car BTW.
from justamephit :
I aim to amuse. And, no, considering it's been exactly forty minutes and I don't want to look over-eager. Oh, shit, and I already have a boyfriend. I momentarily forgot that. ;)
from chakra-chick :
Interesting entry...hope you don't mind if I steal it for my own entry today!
from killsbury :
I Just came across this at another blog. "Go into Beta features in Haloscan and in the middle of the column it says Spam filters. Just say "no" and your comments will come back up."
from clarity25 :
Yeah, I hear you on the haloscan..it's been screwing up for me too. At any rate, I understand your frustration over not getting the kudos you deserve at work. I'm on the same boat. Sometimes I just want to throw down my pen and scream! Good luck with the car situation though. Thank you so much for your last note by the way, it helped me put things in the right perspective.:)
from miss--lily :
Hmmm..is it a Hyundai? I'm not sure about it but anyway, my vote goes to Honda Civic! I really like this car. I hope that everything goes well with the whole car situation. I forgot to say that it's candypop23 (I have a new diary!!)
from smedindy :
I think Haloscan is back...
from blazingstar :
I opened up notes in the private diary for now, so feel free to comment there!
from smedindy :
Haloscan seems to be munged up. It's a neat looking on. Is it some sort of Chevy that used to be a Geo (like a Metro)?
from blazingstar :
Oooh, sexy! I don't know what it is. I know nothing about cars. I don't drive. But I think it's cute. (I tried to leave this as a comment, but I don't think it worked...)
from justjano :
Life in TV and film is so weird! Oh well good thing I am weird!
from killsbury :
Cleanliness is highly overrated ;) When you get a minute, check out my survey. I forgot to add the link to today's entry until now, but I'd love to see your answers. http://members.diaryland.com/edit/showsurvey.phtml?name=killsbury-killsbury
from pixiebbph :
hey, thanks! I'll probably post some pictures when i get back! :)
from rae2005 :
ok so i didnt read that comment before i posted it and there are at least ten typos. oops. :)
from rae2005 :
its funny how a car is one of thoses things we take completely for granted until they break down and out of commision for a little while. i didnt have my car for a week last year and a half and it was torture. :)
from blazingstar :
I know, right? I don't understand her. There are other issues including the fact that we were pretty darn good friends last year and now she IGNORES ME COMPLETELY, which makes me think she has no soul. Haha. But that's another story.
from smedindy :
Well, I'm lame. There are about five reasons I want an element, but mainly it's because I'm afraid of owning a mini-van but need something bigger than a CR-V and I'm fiercely loyal to Honda. Yeah, lame. Anyway, I deserve the mocking. Mock away...
from justamephit :
Hmmm...last night was obviously National Couple Fighting Day or something. I'm sorry you're having a dis-satisfying time of it too. He should be there for you, damn it. Men suck. Sorry, I'm being all bitter :)
from justamephit :
And you know what they say about men with big feet... =P I'm just catching up with your back entries because I haven't had time to read anybody since the funeral. I'm glad to be back. I always miss reading diaries like I miss real people. Which is kind of weird of me, I guess. Anyway, thank you for your note. I really appreciate that you thought of me, and I felt all comforted at a difficult time. Yes, thank you so much. Oh by the way (turning in the longest note in the world) I found your entry about your sexual evolution absolutely fascinating. It is a very private subject, but in someways you remind me of me; you know, you start of shy and unsure, have a few bad experiences, followed by a slutty period and then ... kinda calm down I guess. But dammit, my sexual misadventures are far from over. I miss it.
from teachin-usa :
Shit!
from f-i-n :
i hate 3-inch puddles!
from the-cad :
I got the lazy communist thing from 'To Have And To Have Not' by Billy Bragg. The line is "Just because you're better than me, Doesn't mean that I'm lazy, Just Because I dress like this, Doesn't mean I'm a communist. Cheers The Cad
from lahoo :
i guess all the comments things hate us. grrr. mines still there. but he really only tries to tickle me when he's half asleep...so i dunno, i think he's a cool guy and he hasnt made a move on me as of right now, but im hoping he doesnt.
from evildilara :
It works for everything. Kegels help control the muscles you use for sex, urination and child birth. In yoga, they call it the mula bhanda and it is the center of your practice because it is the core muscle in your body. According to them at least. But yeah, it will help you not pee so much and/or be able to control yourself!!!
from bluemeany :
I would try to advise, but they're not working on this entry (isn't that a BITCH?!).
from nilliem :
I had issues with my comments from Haloscan...if you want, I can email you what I had to make it look like to work? [email protected] if you have questions!
from smedindy :
Oh, and thank you kindly for the note!
from smedindy :
Uh, I dunno about the comments. Hey at least the Yanks made the post season. Us Cubs fans are sitting here wallowing in our own squalor, lamenting a season lost yet again, and drinking to forget.
from evildilara :
wah...you are locked. If you are passing out the password can you email me and let me know what the dillio is? Hope everything is ok.
from pansycline :
so, then, the Molotov Cocktail Ring is go!! or should it be, Molotov Shrimp Cocktail? I'm still leaning toward Molotov Cocktail Ring. God I love the word Molotov. What's the Jewish word for congratulations? It sounds a bit like Molotov, too. ha.
from bluperspex :
looks like wicked fun :)
from pansycline :
thank you, lady.
from pansycline :
ha! yes. you should have seen this guy's! whoo-dilly! I don't see how anyone could even have sex with him without laughing hysterically and running away. Maybe he only does it doggy-style.
from justamephit :
I reckon you've got to be a special kind of woman to help out with batchelor parties :)
from nilliem :
Oh yeah, perspective is marvelous, ain't it? Its all our own personal h**l, so complain away dear! :)
from rae2005 :
good to hear that you enjoyed your vacation. also glad to have you back!
from evildilara :
Happy birthday and I missed you not being on dland. Glad you had a good time upstate. Turn your comments back on!!!!
from justamephit :
Just catching up on your back entries - have a great vacation. Also, I think I probably have random sex on the brain a lot too ... but possibly that's just another dangerous consequence of a tedious job :)
from lucid-denial :
I've read that book. And after I saw Simon Birch, I couldn't for the life of me remember what the actual book was called.
from nilliem :
hehe...I've been to couple parties, and its just too, too funny to watch the guys' faces. Ridiculous doesn't even begin to explain it!
from the-cad :
I learnt in sex-ed last year that on average guys think about sex or sexual things every thirty secnds
from rae2005 :
i know im embarrassed to tell people how much i like that show, but im hooked. :)
from pansycline :
thanks thanks! happy to be back!
from alure :
Thanks!! i loooove my place :D
from nilliem :
Love the diary, hope you have a marvelous weekend yourself!
from justamephit :
Awww, that would be excellent. And you wouldn't need a fake British accent - there's a whole range of comedy fake accents available for Random Shakespeare. Oh God, sexual positiosn are hilarious. At the end of the day, I'm sure there are only, like, a handful that work and are sustainable and the rest are for having a laugh as you peer upside past your partner's inverted inner elbow.
from osakamoment :
thanks :)
from serenaville :
Wandering aimlessly through people's favorites, I stumbled on your space. Just wanted to leave a note, letting you know I was mucking about. I'll be back to visit again, and not only because you were once a fellow Upstater. ;) Take care!
from the-cad :
My favourite Clash songs are Guns of Brixton, Corner Soul and (White Man) In Hammersmith Palais The Cad.
from bluemeany :
I read all 101 things! Do I get a prize? I would go through and tell you the things to which I said "Oh my God! Me TOO!" but I'm too lazy.
from the-cad :
Hey, have you heard anything by The Clash? They're a pretty good punk band (my favourite). Have fun camping, The Cad
from sexychica260 :
hey fun diary! check out mine sometime too!
from retailharlot :
That was the BEST porn site ever. Ever! I am so thrilled. Thanks!
from namastesakhi :
either package you get him, think about all the really fun ways he's gonna thank you for it!
from justamephit :
Hah, I'm a Crazy-Magnet when it comes to trains. I once sat next to an old gentleman who squawked sporadically all the way from Birmingham to Durham (that's about a five hour journey for the record).
from rae2005 :
thanks for the note, i know its not the end of the world. i just have that wtf?! knot in my stomach, you know? this shit is bananas!
from lucid-denial :
they have ultimate fighting here, but it only gained public recognition after the New York Times published an article about it in Sioux Falls, so that made me wonder. People want to get rid of it here, which is sad.
from imaphatpig :
yeah. i'm closing shop but until andrew gets off his duff and removes it all i just locked up. you aren't missing anything - trust me.
from justamephit :
Yeah, and on the plus side I now have all my stuff back. Yay! Which is wonderful. Congratulations on your raise, by the way! And, yes, Sin City is wonderful; it's definitely one of my favourite movies of the moment.
from blazingstar :
Oh yeah. Born and raised, baby. :)
from evildilara :
I keep forgetting to ask you...how is the blanket knitting coming along? I should have pics of my afghan to post soon. Yikes.
from pansycline :
thankyou thankyou!
from justjano :
As a Canadian I know next to nothing about Long Island--except maybe that it is--long!
from rae2005 :
amelie is a great movie, i highly recommend it. i think i will check out a very long engagement. :)
from evildilara :
ohmigod I went to school with a girl named Dorcas. Amazing that you would say THAT name of all names!!!
from rae2005 :
hey. i do love my dad, but this has opened my eyes to another side of him that i never realized existed. he is serious about all of it. i cant imagine him being able to write her off like he says he will do if she doesn't make it "right." and that is his definition of right not hers. it is a complete mess. i know i will support my sister no matter what. thanks for commenting, its nice to get another perspective. :) i apologize for not commenting in the past. i just never wanted to come off as intrusive by putting my two cents in, but i have been commenting a little here and there the past few days.
from amalthea23 :
ah, so it's more a communication device. fair enough :) i was just wondering.
from amalthea23 :
it didn't seem so before, but the idea of locking a journal except for the people who leave notes implies it, however vaguely. i almost never get notes and when i do, it's from the same 3 people. i've had my journal almost 5 years and being as it's my actual journal, it would never occur to me to lock it for that reason, which is why i asked.
from jehsika :
I rarely leave notes because my own diary is locked...I wouldn't want to fustrate the individual reading the note...but I guess that's kind of silly...also I usually think to myself "who cares what I have to say..." which is also kind of silly because everyone likes to hear a little word of kindness now and again. I know it annoys the heck out of me when I take the time to put up photo entries, taking time to add what I thought were at least mildly amusing captions and insights and no one says a word. I like hearing about New York. I grew up in a small, rural town in Indiana, New York is like another planet to me.
from evildilara :
Wait...Ted uses your bubble bath? So that means TED TAKES A BATH? Oh my God, you topped me.
from politiko :
Thanks for the offer, beckers-j. You were the only one kind enough to lend it to us. We did, however, get a copy of it last night. Borrowed it from a couple of friends who live down the street from us. Thanks again.
from pansycline :
thanks! you should check out the archives page -- I made it x-tra special!! [yeah, my period -- great diary topic. at times it's hard to think of much else.]
from singlegirl :
Oh No! I don't know why you can't see the pictures. I have the right code in and I can see them when I pull my page up. Other people can see them too. But, like you, some people can't. I have NO idea. I'm so computer illiterate. If you want to help (don't feel like you have to!), I can give you my ripway & diaryland account info and you can see if it'll work for you...I hate computers and html stuff! Hope you don't have to spend the entire night cleaning. No fun!
from justamephit :
Then why the heck did you get a picture of a naked chick on horseback?
from justamephit :
Good Lord, your middle name is Godiva?! How adorable is The Sheik? I'm glad you managed to find it, and I hope you're having fun with all that throbbing masculinity! By the way, I'm sorry you're feeling in a bit a funk sweetie. *hugs*
from pansycline :
I'm glad we're friends. :) --- of sorts. The sort that don't actually know each other but I still think you're a-ok, cool!
from bluperspex :
see. johnny and i go way back. damn hell. i wish :)
from justamephit :
I think keep one's composure minus pants is an important life skill! Lovely pictures, by the way. I love your dress. And you are Ted make a very sweet couple. With regards to The Sheik - i think if you Google it you can find a readily available and happily free e-text of it.
from justamephit :
Yay - projectile vomitting. It's very brave of you to share your humiliations, m'dear. I gave up being embarrassed at a fairly young age... there was this fashion at my school for tracksuits pants with poppers all the way up the side. One day someone crept up behind me, pulled and yanked my trousers off. I knew at the moment I could either run and cry and be forever mocked ... so I walked into assembly with my head held high and no trousers. The headmaster sent me home. But I got a standing ovation on the way out of the hall.
from the-cad :
Thanks, for the note, sorry, I sufer from angst and get depressed occasionally. Hope things are going well, The Cad
from amalthea23 :
i did, we ended up waiting an extra 5 hours to see the devil's rejects. they said it was a massive accident/power outage, but it wasn't on the news anywhere.
from amalthea23 :
was that at cinema 16?
from darcy-farrow :
That's funny about my house. A lot of people think it is like the house in The Ring - especially the inside. I am upstate, you know, and so many of the houses look alike. I canl;t wait to put a real front porch on it. Was your house haunted? (mine's not - but the one I am selling was)
from justamephit :
Oooh...questions .... questions ... What are the experiences / encounters that have most profoundly shaped your life?
from darcy-farrow :
Thanks for voting!! I think she is really an *under*dog since she is competing against a one-eyed bugger!
from the-cad :
Nice job on the drinks tab, very sneaky, The Cad
from imaphatpig :
oh wow - my quote RULES!
from justamephit :
WAAAAAH! Mullet! Oh the pain!
from justamephit :
The link now worketh. Yay me. Honestly, I'm so crap sometimes. Thanks for pointing out that fairly obvious flaw in the visit Orlando plan. I'm glad you like reading about him - truth is I find writing him a very pleasant indulgence but I'm afraid it bores the crap out of everyone :)
from bluperspex :
... it's almost sad how most people have given that serious thought. i lost myself there for a long time.
from justamephit :
Only *one* hour??!!!!
from bluperspex :
aaah sex. some of that to warm up right now... would be great. sigh. damn the man.
from hissandtell :
I absolutely love your eye-rolling banner, darling. It cracks me up every time I see it - and damn, I wish *I'd* thought of it! Love ya, R xxx
from banefulvenus :
your steakout banner is great!
from darcy-farrow :
That is hilarious! How lame are we?? Our common readers are going to think we are in cahoots. . .
from bluperspex :
haha. i ended up having neither. but i did have strawberry cheesecake and hot chocolate. sigh. those things do wonders for a ravaged soul :)
from liviasgarden :
Thanks for the add. I've only read a few of yours, but I'll be back to archive hop. Sex, beer and cigarettes; what could be better? Pleased to meet you; Cat
from bluperspex :
mmm... chicken salad. sounds delish. actually. i'm friggen hungry. i want some apple pie. and ice-cream!
from politiko :
Thanks for backing me up on Buffy. I look forward to seeing "Hush" ... and to reading more of your diary.
from justamephit :
We seemed to be providing, between us, a series of boob-themed diary entries. Heh, think we can start a meme? ;)
from imaphatpig :
who? cooper and me? haha!
from justamephit :
Well, honestly, I go away to London for a weekend and I miss the Purse Poll! Humph. why does all the good stuff happen when I'm away. Retrospectively, definitely the first one. It's a lovely dress by the way. Also I'm glad you Teddy seems to appreciate what he's got! I understand why you were thinking about leaving but I'm glad you didn't - he's quite a sweetie.
from hissandtell :
Yep, that's a pretty damned scary doll. You've got to respect a gal who comes with her own pillow, though... Do you REALLY look like that? And I agree with you about the toys back then - how frightening would it be to play with one of those? (About as bad as having to make do with the 6-inch plaster dildos the whalemen's wives in Nantucket used to have to make do with when their husbands were at sea, I'd wager!) Love, R xxx
from justjano :
Yes I thought I would grace you with my presence. I never go notified that people have put me in their favourites so I thought no one read my diary... I will put some brilliance up to keep you satisfied! ha ha! Happy 4th to you!
from bluemeany :
Thank you dearly for your love of bikini-me! And yes, that doll would give me mild nightmares.
from blazingstar :
Oh, don't worry. I'm a nutjob too. Did I mention I have a 6-page paper due in 12 hours and I'm barely halfway done? And I have to plan a presentation for class? I JUST SPENT WEEKS DOING NOTHING. HOW DID I LET MYSELF GET BEHIND? Nutjob, I tell you. :) A nutjob who needs to go to sleep.
from darcy-farrow :
Thanks! Just did - check it out! ;)
from darcy-farrow :
Thanks for the kind words. We are kind of shell-shocked and nauseous about the whole thing. I can't wait until she is out of there for good. BTW -I love reading your diary!!
from imaphatpig :
yes definitely. my parents, for example, did the common law marriage thing for over 10 years and then they only got married officially about three years ago I think.
from justamephit :
Eeeek! Tee hee - that's a very funny story. I nearly snorted my coke at work, I was snickering so much. By the way, you and your Ted ... aren't you adorable beyond adorable? You shouldn't be allowed, dammit :)
from bluemeany :
Yeah, well he used to wear boxers, but switched because he said it felt better on his Region. I'm fine with it, but if he starts pulling his pants up to his ribs, we'll have a talk.
from bluemeany :
Mildy related to your embarrassing story ... Husband wears tighty whities. Should I hang my head in shame? What 23-year-old wears itghty whities?! Anyway have fun upstate, if you go through Syracuse tell my family hi for me, if you can figure out who they are!
from justamephit :
Awww that's such a sweet entry ... I keep resisting it because I spend far too much time gushing about Orlando anyway.
from blazingstar :
Okay, okay, you won me over. And I was kidding about that upstate stuff. City folk aren't necessARILY better...heh...I'm gonna dig myself into a hole here, aren't I? Well...YAY FOR UPSTATE! BECKERS IS FROM UPSTATE! And thanks for stealing my survey. I always like reading that one.
from blazingstar :
UPSTATE?!? ARE YOU MAD, WOMAN? HOW DARE YOU EVEN SUGGEST SUCH A THING? I'm not sure we can be friends anymore. Also, it's so much more fun to shoot things in the city than in the country. Don't you think? Actually, don't answer that. THAT UPSTATE INSULT WAS TOO MUCH. I DON'T EVER WANT TO HEAR FROM YOU AGAIN.
from bluemeany :
You know, all the guys out here keep telling me, "what your husband doesn't know won't hurt him." But you hit the nail on the head: they just say that because they want to get some. Stay strong, I got your back, yo.
from justamephit :
Oh that's perfectly normal random lust, I'm sure. It doesn't mean you feel any less for your current partner, or that you'd ever actually do it or anything ... it's just one of those things. I'm finding myself remarkably well behaved at the moment with regards Orlando; but I'm sure it'll pass. The human spirit craves novelty, even though the heart and also sensible thinking know what they prefer.
from candypop23 :
I know exactly what you mean. In my previous relationship(we were together 2 and a half years) I thought about it too. But luckily these thoughts usually go away as fast as they come. I think it is very normal to want to feel something new and exciting but I also think that it's not because you want a new man but because you want someone to look at you differently, so you can feel that someone finds you new and exciting. Oh yes, I know this feeling! But don't worry, you and Ted love eachother very much so I'm sure that it will pass soon!
from blazingstar :
Ok, I thought about it some more and I need to clarify about the mutant thing. See...I'm a virginal kind of mutant (I hear you smirking...SHUT UP). I WAS a very innocent girl for a very long time. And Paddles is the only guy I've ever even really kissed. So it's not really that I don't think other guys are hot, it's more that I can't imagine doing anything with them. Like, I can't even see myself kissing someone else because kissing is just so...Paddly! I don't know if that makes sense. It probably makes me even more of a mutant. Well, I accept that.
from bluemeany :
I definitely know what you mean with the random make-out urges ... Don't worry, it's normal. As long as you're good at being good, things'll be fine. As for the LIGHT-purple box Trojans (the dark purple box is different), they are "Her Pleasure," and I've found them to be a bit better than the others. It could just be me, though.
from bluemeany :
Damn, I missed so many of your entries! I was able to derive from the last few, though, that a new vehicle has been purchased (I suggest naming it Bubba) and sub-standard nookie has been gotten. Have you ever tried the Trojans in the light purple box?
from blazingstar :
Whoo hoo, I'm definitely hitting someone up for those pills as soon as I get back to school. And by "hitting up" I mean "asking" and by "someone" I mean "the doctor" and by " those pills" I mean "birth control". Just in case you forgot what we were talking about. Whoo hoo, a regular Cousin Rose. Unbelievable. That bitch is always late, drives me nuts.
from caffeinegeek :
Anytime. It's actually a question that I get alot. Many people don't know that there's help out there beyone those dreaded 12 steps. :)
from pansycline :
I just saw your banner about the bo staff. So hilarious!!
from amalthea23 :
if you're close enough to run into smithtown, it seems we do!
from blazingstar :
Yeah, doesn't it? I'm excited. Except for the condoms. I, like you, do not enjoy the condom. But for now, it's all I got. I really need to do something about that. So...does the pill give you weird side effects? That's my only concern.
from justamephit :
It's a BRILLIANT book! Read it at once! :) Seriously, though, it will enrich your life in many subtle and fascinating ways - I haven't read so good a book for ages. By the way, I love Closer. I think it's an amazingly dark and powerful movie, and says some important stuff as well. Incidentally, Clive Owen is deeply gorgeous. And the Damien Rice song is perfect for it - the whole album is excellent actually.
from betchy :
Clarity sent me (i believe) but i wanted to come and say hi, because i kept seeing your name in Clarity's comments and thought you seemed kind of groovy. and it would appear we have the same name (unless that is a pseudonym, in which case forget i said that because i sound really dim)
from jakalope :
Ooh, I love your banner! "Napolean Dynamite" kicks all kinds of ass! =)
from pansycline :
yes, and the offer extends to the U.S.!!
from imaphatpig :
what is up with your comments! they aren't working! Anyway, love your new ride. That's the ultimate black man's car if you didn't know. Sweeeeeeeeeeet! You need to get a chain linked license plate frame and really cool vanity plates - BLKSTLN, DRKNLVLY, etc. Y'know?
from evildilara :
yay for the new car!!
from clarity25 :
Aww..Poor Jeepers creepers. I'm sorry to hear about his death. I have to confess..I saw it coming. It is a sad day. I hope you're not mourning too long and find another vehicle of transportation with the same amount of personality..just less technical problems:). Thank you so much for the last note you left me. I hope you have a good weekend.
from blazingstar :
Cool, thanks for the suggestions!
from blazingstar :
Chill, woman! It's your diary! There are plenty of other places to put hoity-toity writing.
from blazingstar :
I know, I'm so excited! I'll eat a croissant for you ;)
from clarity25 :
Yes, Eric loved the new Starwars too and it was so cute walking home and listening to him describe the meaning of the darkside, the things people do for love and his impression of the film on a deeper level. The excitment on his face and the sadness he expressed at this being "the end of an era". (What IS it with guys and Star Wars, anyway?) But I agree, that little scream R2D2 kept releasing when it wheeled across the screen had me smiling, too funny! Thank you so much for your last note, B.t.w.
from justamephit :
Thanks for the note and favouriting - I chuckled away at your comments on Return of the Sith. I keep meaning to go and see it and not getting round to it. By the way, I'm not usually a diet coke-can throwing bitch :)
from evildilara :
Ah ha, it was me! Thanks for the heads up. I was lookng to see whose diary I was easily linked through and your's was one of them. But thankyouthankyouthankyou for telling me.
from imaphatpig :
Well... our "date" just kind of happened. I haven't told a lot of people about it actually. And it's not the posting of the pic that I feel like is a "sign" or anything. It's more that, I don't know... it's a feeling that I get with just anything having to do with him and also when I'm just with him. Rete says that even the pics of us together make so much sense compared to what it was with Eric. I can show you a comparison. Let's do this through email instead, eh?
from justamephit :
*chuckles* You are so right about ROFTK - it is interminable. Breathtakingly cool in places but fresh-faced hobbit hugging gets old after a while. By the way, I've no idea how I ended up here - I'm a frenzied link-clicker and here I am. But I just wanted to say that I'm very very entertained by your diary and will be reading. By the way, sounds like you have a wonderful relationship with your man. In fact, it's almost offensive how damnably gigglingly happy you both are =P I'm still teaching mine to laugh - I obviously got the earlier model or something.
from blazingstar :
Your Taco Bell date with Tedders sounds about as classy as all my dates with Paddles. Haha. The other day, a friend of mine was saying she remembered Paddles as being "very economical." I said some people just call it "cheap." Yeah, Subway and a couple pizza places are the places we go most...Why bother spending more than five bucks on a meal?
from clarity25 :
The party you described at Long Beach sounded like fun! Also I know what you mean about having certain people reading your journal, it feels strange when you're aware that they can be reading your words. I love your new Template btw..Long Island! YEAH!:).
from blazingstar :
Good answer. I was tempted to read a friend's email when I realized she had a big problem that I could help her with. But, obviously, reading email is just nosey, not a way to help. So...I won't do it! I'll read my own boring email instead :)
from the-cad :
I took an IQ test a couple of years ago, I got 144. But IQ tests vary from country to country. I wouldn't half as well in an american one as I did in my australian one, Cheers, The Cad
from blazingstar :
Well, I'm home for a couple weeks and I've already been sitting on my butt for what feels like a few straight days. I'm so lazy. But I should be taking advantage of the city, right? Hmmm, maybe I'll go get ice cream. That way I can be a fat lazy pig but feel like I'm accomplishing something by leaving the house!
from imaphatpig :
Myspace is my joint, yo! All the "friends" are people I know and not randoms either!
from imaphatpig :
BECKSTER! You are on myspace? I am as well! Let's connect, shall we?
from imaphatpig :
Oh... well i was thinking maybe a hero was a version of a sub but served hot instead. Or maybe it was served with tomato sauce since you made EP. Anyway... learn something new everyday!
from imaphatpig :
thanks!
from evildilara :
About PY: I do and do not regret it. Part of me regrets it because I could have spent the day with Pete Yorn and it would be a cool story. Another part of me doesn't regret it because I heard he was a dirty, dirty man who had did dirty, dirty things with dirty girls. I didn't know if he thought I was like that or what the deal was so I guess things are just fine how they are. No regrets and a fun story to make people's imaginations go into overdrive.
from blazingstar :
Oversleeping! My worst enemy!
from the-cad :
Hey, man, how did asking for the loan go? Is your current car insured? If it is, it would be terrible if it just disappeared... The Cad
from evildilara :
I told everyone I wasn't going to tell them the books I got because I wanted to read them uninterrupted but I will tell you; The Bell Jar by Plath and The Jungle by Sinclair. Shhh!
from clarity25 :
"…her boobs hang low she can swing ‘em to and fro" that had me cracking up!! I'm not opposed to breast implants either, but I also agree that people should be honest about it. I don't think I would ever invest in a set..it would be strange to think of an artificial contraption hanging under the skin in my mammary glands just for the sole purpose of looking for appealing to the opposite sex. Glad to hear you stood up for yourself and didn't let allow yourself to be pushed into signing anything in the dealership. You go girl:). Oh btw, I liked your answers to the survey and thank you so much for your last note! I really appreciated it, I felt better after reading it!
from imaphatpig :
Actually? I really don't know the answer to that question. But just, I stumbled upon that and it literally made the hair stand up on the back of my neck. Strange!
from blazingstar :
Aaaah I'm afraid of being a grown-up and having to deal with loans and car dealerships! And...osteoporosis! Okay, maybe I won't have to deal with that last one for a while. But still.
from jakalope :
Hey, thank you for the notes! And just to let you know, it did. =)
from clarity25 :
“If you’d had kids by now, it could be a Happy Mother’s Day for you, too.” Said my father." -hehehe..that's funny! it's sounds like MY parents! Also I loved that conversation you had on marriage..the part about being able to step out "Tedder's not laughing". BTW, I also think it's rude and mean to bring up the finger in such a way. It's not even funny, it's just cruel. It's good that you called him on it. Guys get really agressive when they're confronted about their thoughtlessness and insensitivity. (Believe me, I know from some of Eric's male friends). But you did the right thing:). P.S. Nothing wrong with finding one of your boyfriend's friends attractive. I mean, you're human!:). take care!
from blazingstar :
I've been attracted to a couple of my boyfriend's friends too...I'm sure it's normal. The good thing is that we know better than to do anything about it!
from bluemeany :
As far as the wedding talk goes ... Husband and I were both adamantly opposed to marriage. Until the night he proposed and I said yes. Goes to show you, sometimes you can't even count on yourself to be predictable!
from evildilara :
Hey I just wanted to let you know that I've been reading your diary here and there all week and I added you as a favorite.
from clarity25 :
So CUTE! Would you believe I've never ridden a horse in my life? sad..
from clarity25 :
"Uh, I might have to take a dump" OMG, That conversation blurb had me cracking up! Yeah, men can be REALLY romantic like that! LOL! I have to write an entry some day about all the gross stuff Eric has said to me. I'm always curling my upper lip in disgust then busting out laughing. I don't think guys ever grow up. I hear you on the smoking in the bathroom thing, they do that in our office too..even though there's a SMOKE ROOM. I don't get it. Maybe it brings back Highschool flashbacks and they feel badass or something. OH and compliments are always nice..even if they come from "humpty dumpty":). I think I'm going to snag that survey you posted earlier, Seems like everyone is doing it these days. Have a good day!
from queen-apathy :
hehe your bf sounds as romantically inclined as my own, he's a 8 year old trapped in the body of a 23 year old, its amusing at times, but sometimes...you know the feelign i suppose, lol, thanks for the comment back, notes are my friend^_^ For headaches, i seem to get them when the weather changes, try putting a bit of peppermint oil on the base of your neck and your temples, then have some lavender tea, the tea will relax you and so will the oil on your body, it tingles!!! hehe
from queen-apathy :
your blog amazes me, you definitly have a way with words, or perhaps it just my mind seems to lcick with your words, making it seem more sensible in my mind..*shrugs* good luck with the water/skin deal. ^_^
from megsicle :
I myself have had SEVERAL epiphanies watching "Sex and the City". Like your diary. :)
from pixie-led :
Hey honey. Let me tell you - the water will make a huge difference. It won't even take that long to notice. Your body is cleaning its self out right now, which is why you are peeing so much. Once the toxins are gone, your body will use the water the way it should. (You will sweat more, but it's a good thing - you won't be like a gross swine or anything, but you will sweat more at appropriate times) Plus you will drop weight easier and faster once you stop retaining (usually about 2 weeks) If you have any questions about dieting or health send me an email. I'm not a doctor or anything, but I can tell you what worked for me. I needed to lose weight hard core when I decided to join the service, and it seems I found all the tricks on my first shot. :) Good luck!
from hissandtell :
Oh, darlng, your "atheist" banner cracked me up. I'll be chuckling about that all morning! Love, R xxx
from clarity25 :
I don't drink nearly as much water as I should and I drink way to much coffee. I have to follow your example..though I don't look forward to the excessive pit stops you're describing. But it will be worth it, after this week I really need to de-toxify. Oh and I love Sex in the City too, watching that show completely elevates my mood too. I used to fear the thought of being in my 30's, But the Carrie Bradshaw character makes the prospect of it alot less frightening. If you can be THAT cool at 38, then it can't be so bad.
from singlegirl :
Hi! My username is punk and my password is rock.
from blazingstar :
Yeah, it's so hard. But it'll get done somehow. Haha, I liked what you said about our socially-constructed gender identification. Stupid marriage. It's not our fault we want it! I'm actually writing a paper about that right now! Or I should be. Yeah, back to work.
from blazingstar :
Oh yeah I definitely remember reading that entry! And thinking that the same thing's true for Paddles and me, that things could have been so different if one or two little things had happened differently...but let's not think about that. Sounds like you had an awesome birthday!
from candypop23 :
Happy Birthday!!!I hope you had a great time with lots of fun, lots of presents and (the most important) with all the people you love around you!
from fan4 :
Happy belatedd birthday!
from blazingstar :
Sooo how'd the birthday go? Ooh, and when do we get to hear YOUR how-the-relationship-started story? (Sorry if I missed it in your archives somewhere!)
from pansycline :
appy bird day! [as we say in Canadia] I'm betting the person who sat in the stall next to you was giggling to herself. :)
from blazingstar :
HAPPY BIRTHDAY! And I'm with you on the dead bodies thing. One of my favorite TV shows ever was this HBO autopsy special where they actually cut open a dead guy and discussed his organs and stuff. It was amazing. Have a wonderful day with lots of birthday fun (wink wink, nudge nudge, you know what I'm talking about)!
from clarity25 :
That's such a sweet note from your brother! aww.. Happy Birthday, Girl!!
from blazingstar :
Awww yay happiness! And I'm jealous that you get things done in half the time you think you will. It always takes me at least TWICE as long to do everything as I think it will. Grrr. And I got into this college because I know how to work hard? Heh, yeah right.
from blazingstar :
Sweet, I'll answer them ALL. In due time. It'll take me some time to ponder them...
from clarity25 :
Ratzinger?! Oh god..he's known and hated in Germany for being the most conservative hard liner! There are no compromises with this man. He says himself that he doesn't like to look at Jesus in an "emotionally tainted way". that it's all an "exact science" of theology for him. There are "rules" that can be looked up. However he does believe that there needs to be a philosophical rejuvination of the church.. but it wont be Gay marriage. No German wanted him to be Pope because they were afraid of what that would say for Germans. When he wanted to enter his office the first day of his job as archbishop (?), people were laying on the street trying to block him! God help us. haha!
from clarity25 :
Google searches are always of bizarre nature. I often wonder how they end up in our diaries.. often times it just doesn't fit! I liked your answers to the survey by the way! Oh and Happy Birthday!! (early congratulations!):)
from imaphatpig :
Thanks for the note. Cute? Actually, we are kind of trouble makers together. And also really lazy. Haha!
from blazingstar :
I'm sorry the doctor's appointment was scary. I was actually thinking just yesterday that I should really go get a checkup. Your entry made that so much more concrete. I really can't keep putting it off. Thanks for being so open, and good luck with everything.
from candypop23 :
I found your diary a few days ago and I really liked it! I'm adding you to my favorites!
from imaphatpig :
The funk that I was in actually was including my whole Eric thing - both during and the aftermath (about a week or so). It was painful even though my diary didn't show it. I have a tendency to be optimistic even when I am wading in shit as you may have noticed. It's how I get through, that's all. My friend Pissa has said of me that I am seriously the most resilient person she has ever known. Like I could be getting shit from every direction in my life and I might be crying a little about it to myself but not for long and normally I am more concerned with stuff like what I am eating for dinner or something. I think it all comes from having a freakin' crazy as shit mother. Because when I was dealing with her in my younger years I swore up and down that I would not be crazy (so hope me). From the beginning the new man has wanted to know my issues and I have insisted that I don't have any. His response? Everyone has issues. Yeah... they do, and yeah, I do - but I know them and I own them, they don't own me. Thus... I am completely and totally balanced and drama free. And y'know what??? I bet the new man will finally attest to the fact that I am the first gal ever that he has met who is completely and totally "free" of issues! I think he really digs it too. LOVE YOU BECKS!!!!
from imaphatpig :
That's the funk i was in girly!!! It passes. It does. But I know how badly it stinks while you endure it's passing. :p
from clarity25 :
I'm sorry you're feeling down and you're in a funk today. I can relate to alot of the things you said, I mean, I'm 26 now...I didn't even announce my birthday when It happened because I haven't even come to terms with age yet. haha! I feel the same way as you! I think, God, I'm 26 and I don't have any money saved, I don't know where I'm going, I don't know what I'm doing..etc. Hey..at least you HAVE a car.:). Also It's normal for you to want to get engaged and have a feeling of security in your relationship! That's natural, It's hard to know when the right time to take the next step is, but try not to measure your achievements, relationship status, job..etc based on your age. Because whenever I compare myself to other people my age, I get depressed. Comparison in general always makes people depressed. You know the whole.."Grass is greener on the other side" phenomena and..Wow! I'm just writing a novel here in your notebox. Geez..My coffee break is over and I have to get back to work. Just know that you're exactly where you're supposed to be in life and everythign will work out:). Hope you feel better soon!
from clarity25 :
That sex party sounded like so much fun! I was cracking up at the "Dickalicious"! Btw, I loved your "Gay List",haha! I have to do one of those. I agree with Halle Berry and Gwen Stefani:). But hey..what about Angelina Jolie?.
from clarity25 :
Good to know I'm not the only one to get carded for cigarettes at this age!:). Turkeys running through the highways? wow. Sometimes cows wander into the road around here and I live in the city area of town..so I have no idea where the hell they come from. Also I like your new sticker:)
from blazingstar :
That Daylight Savings thing is so weird. Huh. I wish I had the power to change random things like that.
from imaphatpig :
Sally = Bitch. HAHA! Don't you love it when I am a little pissy about something and you are too and it kind of works together and results in Sally = Bitch ? HAHA! Gotta love it.
from pansycline :
for a second I thought it said 'execution' where it reads 'excommunication'. sitting up quickly is probably the most exercise I will get all day as I continue to not do work. Great entry!
from bloodymuffin :
haha i saw your banner across my entry so i thought i would write to you because you message was "the problem with being an athesit is there is no one to talk to durning an orgasm" and it made me laugh. Then i read you entry about the pope and that was intelligent and hilarous. ignore my horrid spelling i am not stupid or anything
from fridayfilms :
Hopefully they did a little more than go "Pope John Paul? Is there a Pope John Paul here? Hey, John Paul?" before the burial. Fascinating stuff, to be sure.
from darkbeans :
i loved your banner. then i loved your entry. then i read your observation of pope, guys and dirty talk, and perky sweaters. and now i'm hooked. thanks for killing another chance to work. : )
from justjano :
Thanks for writing a diary I would read!
from blazingstar :
Haha thanks! Seriously though. Who does my mother think she is? She has her own man. Plus she was born a few thousand years too early for mine. Mine mine mine mine mine. Me? Possessive? No...
from blazingstar :
Yay! A Yankee fan! Time to put those Red Sox back in their place.
from clarity25 :
"My tits look fabulously perky in this sweater I'm wearing. I swear, I wish I could just rub people's faces in them ala Elaine in the nipple Christmas card episode of Seinfeld", that line had me laughing for five minutes straight! That was awesome. I know what you mean about the Pope, I was saddened that he passed away this weekend. Even though I didn't agree with many of his views, I was raised catholic and it was a big part of how I was raised. I cried. P.S. I loved Garden state!
from ghostiness :
Found you through your Andrew-quote-erific banner. Love it!
from imaphatpig :
you should join myspace.com. seriously... hours of amusement if you need it! and I'm on it!!!!
from imaphatpig :
Damn straight girl! You kidding me? We will paint the damned town every color of the rainbow! Or maybe just grab lunch in china town while checking out the knockoffs. ;)
from clarity25 :
A picture of the two of you!! You're beautiful, with such gorgeous long red hair and a great smile. He's a cutie too. You make a great couple! thanks for sharing that!
from clarity25 :
That's too funny! You were afraid of your own IP address! that's totally something I would do too, in the beginning I always thought my own IP address was a new person visiting me in my stats. Back when I had only three people reading it..I would click on my diary, then click on the stats and say "oh hey! Someone actually read me! cool!".. (I figured it out after a couple of weeks. ) What dumb censorship on "The Breakfast Club" btw. What's up with that?
from blazingstar :
Cousin Rose. That's definitely what I'm calling it from now on. I actually almost called it "Lady Red" in my last entry, but got grossed out.
from blazingstar :
Thanks, I added you too. Love the diary! And good job snagging a musician. I'm such a sucker for musicians.
from hissandtell :
Hi - I just saw your name on my buddies' list - thanks so much for introducing me to your diary. I've read a few pages and am loving it. Love your retro template, too. (Oh, we flash lights at vehicles here, too - trucks even flash cars past, they're so damned polite! Gotta love those truckin' blokes.) Love, R xxx
from clarity25 :
oh my god..I can't believe tedders cut off his whole fingertip. You're right. I AM lucky that it's still attached. That must have been traumatic. Enjoy your trip upstate and have a great Easter!
from imaphatpig :
LOVE the new template. Seriously! It really works I think.
from clarity25 :
Congrats on your first big job accomplishment:). You know..I need to get a nice new bra too..*just a random thought*
from imaphatpig :
Good for you! ;)
from clarity25 :
"I don't care. Sit right in front of it with your ear pressed against the speaker" lol!, sorry to hear that you're sick. I can sympathize, for 5 days I couldn't breath out of my nose either. I hope you feel better soon
from clarity25 :
I definitely don't have things more together! Not by a long shot. My life is a mess! You should see my flat right now, plus..we're usually in one financial struggle or the other on a monthly basis. I WISH I had things together. But thanks for the compliment, anyhow. :). As for your last entry, I know what you mean..My diary would be more interesting if I had that angst from highschool, or if I was single and dating ala Carrie Bradshaw from Sex in the City.
from clarity25 :
Hi, Thanks for adding me to your favorites, After viewing only one entry I automatically had to do the same. I was instantly captivated, and couldn't stop reading. You have a great writing style and I liked the dialogue. I'm sorry for the struggle you had with your boyfriend concerning the issue of moving out or not. That's a difficult call, and I could understand the frustration you were describing and not knowing what the right thing to do is. I liked your recent entry where you listed all the things you love about him. Relationships have alot to do with compromise, in general..sometimes that's really rough.
from imaphatpig :
Gah! Why do you have to like a knockoff model that is so hard to find!!!! I actually forgot that you asked me about a Marc Jacobs before. Now I remember but before this I thought the person who asked me about it was just "passing through" my diary. Anyway. Funny that you are crushing on the multi-pocket. I actually just gave one in light grass green to Rete for her late Christmas present! Honestly? The quality was REALLY impressive for the 25 that I paid for it - I didn't get it online. You do more research than I do on MJ so you could prob have picked out the details that were wrong with it. My friend Lis got one first and she has seriously been able to pass it off as real though - and she lives in a pretty affluent area where people who can afford the real thing live. Anyway, if you would want me to hook you up with what I got for Rete then I could see what I could do. The purse was made of real leather with a really good lining. It also had Marc Jacobs New York stamped into the front of the purse - that of course is inaccurate but... for people who don't know much of it, it would be a small detail. I am assuming that people up there in NY where you are know better so I wouldn't be surprised if you could find a better MJ model yourself though. HOWEVER, the one that I bought for Rete and that Lis got came direct from NYC and are just being resold in this little shop - still INCREDIBLE quality for what I paid for it. Anyway. I'm rambling now.

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