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from pura-vida :
Gentry? Are you still here? Email me if so! [email protected] I logged onto DL for the first time in years tonight. I've wondered how you are, panty queen. All the best -- xox
from plastickman :
I was gone for an extended period of time and came back to find your diary locked. May I please have the login/password to view it again>?
from lookinforit :
Have you changed your password? I tried to read your diary, but it no longer accepted the password I have. Please email me a new password @ [email protected] Thanks
from unicornsting :
Wishing you a happy timeless birthday & from now on timeless for ever.. from Heimo de Nuremberg
from bunnie658 :
i have fallen out of the diaryland blogworld, but would still love to see what you're up to. i was a reader way back when your login was "pork" and the password was "chop." please let me know your new login info! thanks.
from tealeaf5 :
I heard it was your birthday. So please do have a happy one! I used to read your old diary, back in the glory days when Harald Schmitt worshipped you (not that he doesn't now, mind you). Could I pretty please have your new password? I meant to ask you about 3 years ago ... it takes me a while to get around to things ... I used to be Bathsheba (since 1999, god help us all), now blog as Linkology and write my (also locked) diary at Tealeaf5. Cheers!
from fifidellabon :
Happy New Year! Here's to the Year of the Gentry! Every good thing to you! xoFifi
from acornotravez :
May I have your password? I want to know what it means to be a Panty Queen....
from anderson30 :
Hi Kitty Gentry, I used to read your blog all the time until you made it password safe. I tried emailing you years ago to get the password but never heard back. I'm hoping you will pass it to me now. I miss reading your posts!!! August - NYC [email protected]
from pippisto :
Hi, I adore your profile. Are you accepting new readers? Would love to be privy to your thoughts, if you are. [email protected]
from enfinblue :
The next date is on Sunday! Thanks for asking!
from enfinblue :
:). I don't think that's the reason. But one day you are going to be rich, rich, rich. I can feel it! And I mean rich in many ways. I think it all comes down to believing, finally, that all of the crap from the past has little to do with you. You have every right to all the best that life has to offer (money, success, loyal friends, a wonderful partner). :)
from twttrmchn :
I want to introduce you to Albert: http://twttrmchn.diaryland.com/images/albiepant.jpg Albert loves Gentry de Paris underwear. In fact, he loves them so much he eats them! All that was left of the sample of the black cashmere culotte I bought a few years ago was the elastic. Who knew a wire-haired dachshund would have such good taste?
from twttrmchn :
In the midst of all this bad, you must be forgetting the wonder of your life when not cursed. If you need me to list all the ways I've envied you, I can. It might do you good to be reminded how spectacular you are. You'll always be THE panty queen.
from veryberry :
Why can I never add a comment until someone else has, first? (Because I'm retarded, that's why.) Anyway, those photos are AWESOME. They were done so beautifully, and they're absolutely perfect for your lingerie! I'm so sorry about what happened at the salon (both the thieving and your fair-weather friends), but fingers crossed that things will start looking up now! They have to at SOME point, right?? ~ Amber
from enfinblue :
Thanks, my dear. So nice to have someone with whom to commiserate--would be nicer in person. :)
from enfinblue :
ACK. How rude of me. I forgot to wish you a happy American Thanksgiving weekend.
from enfinblue :
Trust me, I'm suspicious of such men, too. I don't rush into anything...ever. :) Thanks and cheers.
from puter-chique :
hi! i heard about you through heydomsar, and was wondering if i might get your info for your locked diary. :) [email protected]
from enfinblue :
Thanks! I will totally be shopping when I have my job secured. :)
from enfinblue :
Oh how I wish I were in Paris. I'd love to hang out with you! I'm actually hoping to get to Europe in the spring. As for the grad school thing...unfortunately with two Masters degrees, an unfinished Ph.D. thesis on account of a supervisor who almost killed me with her heinousness, and a year of law school...I'm all tapped out with respect to energy for more schooling. I just didn't make the best selections in my education--partly a result of personal timing, partly in choices of specialization. Ah well! I am doing academic-level research at the moment (how great it is is another issue altogether :)). Continue to take care of and nurture yourself--you're going to be just fine. In fact, you're going to be waaaayyyy better than fine.
from easy-nicole :
Hello, I'm new around here - just joined today. Was very intrigued by your profile, Panty Queen, and would love to read your postings. Would you be so kind to grant me access, please (pretty please)? Greetings from Hong Kong. [email protected]
from clarity25 :
Sorry to hear about the bank stresses and money issues. How frustrating. I hope things in every aspect of your life get better soon. I'm thinking about you!
from clarity25 :
Gentry, It's time to move on from Guestbook to HALOSCAN comments. I left 2 previous comments and none of them are showing up. I can't remember what I wrote..otherwise I would repeat them. One of them had to do with Percy and Pon Pon learning how to speak and the video clip of the cat you shared (too funny!). Anyway, get Haloscan up so I can comment inside because I feel like I'm standing outside the front door or something. :)
from metonym :
I don't doubt that doing an MFA is every bit as agonizing/demanding as any other kind of degree - not in the least. I'm just saying that when you compare like to like, I've never heard of an MA program of any kind that lasted more than 3 years, and I've never heard of a PhD that took less than 4. Most physics degrees take 5. If you're going to erase distinctions of difficulty (i.e., ignore arguments that x subject is harder than y) all you have to go on is sheer bulk. There are tons more arguments you can make - for example, you read a lot and are extremely knowledgable about costume/cloth/etc., so the role of self-teaching or autodidacticism ought to play a part - it's a bit spurious to act as though degrees are really the ultimate measure of knowledge. But as long as you're counting degrees, I don't know how a PhD could come out behind an MA.
from pink-chagrin :
Bonjour culotte. I went on vacation and pouf! The password is no longer that delicious piggy treat. Could you clue me in? [email protected] Merci, de rien, etc.
from hellolizzie :
I folowed your diary for the longest time, and now cannot get in. . .and I miss it! Can you send me a password?
from teachin-usa :
Title: After coffee Date Busy stitching now Little Wee One is too coarse Dreaming of a prince.
from teachin-usa :
I think the email I tried to send you bounced. I'm joining the land of the locked. My new u-name and p-word are beach boys. Very glad to know that pugs smell like fruits, not newts. Mislead again by urban legends- hmmph!
from girlsdontcry :
Hurrah! And thanks for the free French lesson at the same time.
from girlsdontcry :
Are you really saying that the word in French for dessert trolley is "chariot"? Because that's just the most lovely thing ever, a chariot of cakes. Hurrah!
from girlsdontcry :
Do you know what, Culotte? The young man in question was apparently French. He was only 24 and perhaps too young to know better. Wait, why am I making excuses?? Yes, ARGH MEN.
from heydomsar :
looking forward to learning all about my new parisian friend. thanks for letting me in!
from dandlioneyes :
loved your guest entry chez clarity!
from clarity25 :
Of course, you might have changed it because you don't want ANYONE inside..If that's the case, I respect that too. But it was worth a shot.
from clarity25 :
Okay, I'd been trying for weeks to get into your diary and I thought it was MY computer that was screwed up. I was getting rather distressed and going through Culotte withdrawal. I came to complain about my dilemna and all the other notes in your notes section reveal that you DID in fact change your password. So..um..*ahem*...(Patiently waiting and hoping that someday an E-mail might arrive with the top secret information so I can continue living vicariously through my famous fashionable friend in France:) Did you notice all those F's..are you impressed? Impressed enough to share your password??
from pearlielarue :
Hi, I'm "Dixie LaRue" -- a friend of Jen LAskey's. I'm trying to reach you as I work for MTV and need cool ladies to inspire me and to shamelessly plagarize. (Not true of cousre...I actually do feel shame.) I implore you, email me a password for your blog puh-leeze. [email protected]
from kristoli :
Oh no, I give up, your password has all changed and now I'm locked out, do you know how frustrating that is!! Well, do you? Fair enough if you don't want me reading anymore, I have been cheating on d-land a bit and using lj but only because it has pretty icons and things, anyway, if you want to give me your new password, my email is [email protected]
from gaelle :
Aah! The password doesn't work anymore! Would you send the new one to [email protected]? I thought diaryland was broken at first, but it's been to long.
from kimmikers :
Hey schatz! What happened to the password? I can't help you plan a takeover of Goetzi if I can't read your diary.... :-( email me at [email protected]
from discodave :
Damn - I guess my email didn't get through - any chance of the password? ([email protected]). Cheers, m'dear. Dxx
from lookinforit :
you have changed the password? Please send me the new one, [email protected] Thanks Genry.
from ipsedixitism :
er...I can't get in. Did I miss something?
from nikkie-0422 :
Hey Culotte, I was a very avid reader of your diary before you locked it and have really incredibly missed reading it. Do you think there is any chance I could get the password and catch up on all that's happened. I really looked forward to reading your diary everyday and would really like to keep reading it. Thanks.
from pink-chagrin :
So who do you like?
from discodave :
Burned? Nah, but filed away in some dusty library would be good. Eurovision really is insane, isn't it? Still, without the nepotism, Britian would have ended up with nothing. I still don't know how Greece won, though. Dxx
from agonie :
i need your password please. [email protected]
from raven72d :
aaaahhh! you're locked!
from pollymagoo :
You COULD use normal rice, but you would miss out on the delicious creamy loveliness. And I learnt to make risotto when I lived in France and was bored, so I know you can get the good kind there. And it's a grain. A fat grain. And you are cooking for two, as am I, even though I am ALONE. The best thing about that is that there is a second portion all for you. Don't give it to your kitty though. I heard a rumour that rice swells up inside kitties and makes them very very sick.
from ubergurl :
I really miss reading your entries. Would you please allow me access to your newly secretive world? Thank you!
from discodave :
Thanks for adding me - any chance of a password so I can see who's saying nice bohemian things about me? Dxx ([email protected])
from sliverqueen :
Hope the adventures in pantyland are still going strong. would love to keep up with them again. could you send the password to me too? [email protected] all the best!
from agonie :
Salut! Moi aussi je suis tombée des nues devant le journal fermé! En passant je suis passée par Paris et merde je n'ai pas pensé de chercher pour ta boutique. Bon, tu ne me connais pas mais moi j'admire beaucoup ton travail. Mot de passe svp!
from clarity25 :
You're beautiful!! First of all 1. You are NOT old 2. You do not LOOK old! You look like a modern day Betty Page, with a figure to die for! Truly Gorgeous photos! Hope you have a great weekend:)
from sea-change- :
hey, were you going to have soldes on your site? Weren't you going to have them last week? Do you still have said soldes plans? Enquiring minds want to know.
from pappazon :
gentry. hi you sent my your password but i lost it. could you be so gracious as to resend it? i would thank you a million and my eyes would probably not get a wink as i catch up on your adventures. [email protected]
from clarity25 :
Thank you for your last note and for donated money to the red cross under my name. That really meant alot to me..I was sincerely touched by that gesture. Oh and I think you should go for J. no# 1. He sounds the best. lol. Oh and your description of sitting out on the square late summer, drinking wine and watching the bourgeois couple with your italian friends..makes me really yearn to go to Paris. Do you want to perhaps trade places?
from ladyloo :
I went away for the holidays and come back to find a lock out. Is there any way I might be able to get the password as well?
from readersguide :
Hey -- forgot to request the password before the holidays -- can I have it? [email protected] Thanks!
from clarity25 :
I loved the corset, it's truly beautiful. wow! and I look forward to seeing the picture from your photo shoot. I'll be sending you an E-mail tonight with my address, Happy New years day! Wishing you all the best for this New year:) -Sincerely, Clarity
from puddleful :
ditto - i check in with you every so often, and like to marvel at the exquisite life you lead in Paris. my journal, too, is locked, be only because it was never fit for public consumption to begin with.
from unrepentant :
Locked already?? You don't know me at all but I always read your diary, and I went away and forgot to write down the email you put in your diary to get the password. Can I find it out? [email protected]
from andrya-02 :
You locked your diary? How TRAGIC. can I please have the password to it? I absolutly love it. Your stories make my life. haha Please and thankyou! -Andrya Merry christmas!
from clarity25 :
lol! the picture of you feeding the crepes to your cat had me cracking up! we just ate some crepes as dessert tonight when we walked through the x-mas markt. I had it with Nutella:)mmmm. I wish I knew how to make it. No, Eric's not Bavarian..He's Westfaelisch. Thanks for the compliment on my accent, though I sound horribly american, everyone detects my accent the minute I begin to speak. I actually wish I spoke french, it's a much more beautiful language. Ah well.. Have a good night!
from clarity25 :
Your idea of traveling to Egypt sounds great, I've always wanted to go there myself. I wonder if I ever will..also your date sounded wonderful too! I know what you mean about the holiday blues, I have that too being away from my family and all. I combated it by sleeping alot yesterday too, in the evening we went out drinking and got smashed, which also helps! lol. Nothing about this christmas was traditional for us either, but there was alot less stress. So that's always good, right? Sending good vibes your way, maybe they'll reach you..after all we're both in Europe:) -love, Clarity
from bluecharis :
Bonjour! I've mailed you to ask for your diary password, but my mail programm gave me a strange error message... So if you have not received my mail, I'd love to get your password! Please mail it at blue at gruft dot de... Happy Harald Schmidt Day tomorrow and happy holidays! Love, Charis :-))
from clarity25 :
Thank you so much for your last note, It's good to know I'm not the only one feeling a little down this christmas season! I'm not a big fan of snow either, which is sad. there was a time many years ago when I loved snow. Now it's just wet, messy and cold. German IS the hardest language, I agree. Forming simple sentences are so difficult and the masculine, feminine, neutral forms of THE are such a pain to learn..why does it have to be so complex. There's a famous quote that I love "Life is too short to learn German" so true..so true.. Sad to hear that you're locking up, might I request a password? You can send it to [email protected] if you're comfortable enough to share it with me. I hope you have peace and happiness on christmas. best wishes! -Clarity
from pollymagoo :
Unfortunately I will be in Paris with someone who knows nothing of my shadowy diarylife, so there can be no lovely cocktail rendezvous. Another time though?
from clarity25 :
wow, between being able to drop by the louvre whenever you want, making appearances on television and than settling down in a very snazzy Greta Garbo PJ set..man, can we trade lives? I should live in France..(sigh):) How did I end up stuck in Germany!
from clarity25 :
Well said and so true what you wrote. "When you're an American abroad, you're automatically an ambassador to the world, and personally held responsible for all your country has done wrong." Thanks for adding me to your favorites, I'm doing the same.
from clarity25 :
Hi, I stumbled on your diary and I really enjoyed it. You have such an interesting life and you live in paris..wow. I couldn't stop reading! I can't believe your journal was mentioned by Harald Schmidt! I'm an American currently living in Germany..so I actually know who that is! Oh and I agree with what you said about Bush and the overseas view of America. I'm crushed by the election outcome myself..
from chicadee80 :
Well if I offened you I'am sorry but I have to say this. For someone who is ashamed to admit your american,you sure do not have a problem when people in the states buys your things or sell them. You should be blessed for who you are and what you have. chicadee80
from arc-angel666 :
Bon Jour Culotte: I was surfing the members area and came across the Panty Queen. I have known many womem that claim the title of Queen, but never the Panty Queen. I noticed that you have stated in your Profile that you indeed are qualified for the position and rightfully take the throne. Qualifications include: High Maintenance and extreme low Tolerance, worthy of a Queen. I see you are living in the Land of by-gone Palaces, Crowns and Scepters, Regal Balls, and Birth place of many Movements in Art and Fashion. Does the Queen fancy Shopping? If so the Royal Monarch is in the right place. In reading your last post it seems your Highness just scored lol. I have only read a bit of your diary and I find it most enjoyable and will visit regularly should the Queen grant me a royal decree allow passage to the Queendom of Pantyland. My name is Michael, your Paladin, your Majesty. I am looking forward to talking with the Sovereign Culotte. (In a sweeping, arm extended full Bow) I bit you fare-well my Queen.
from chicadee80 :
WOW, the news paper artical was great! You keep up the good work,and knock'um dead. Lots Of Love, chicadee80
from chicadee80 :
I HAVE FOUND MYSELF HOOKED ON YOUR DIARY LIKE A GOOD BOOK,AND I CAN'T PUT IT DOWN.I LOVE IT! XXXXXX, CHICADEE80
from chicadee80 :
Ok,I just came acrossed your diary,and hooked already.It may take me a wile to read every entry,but I will get it done!!! thanks for a great diary, chicadee80
from kimmikers :
Oooh, 400-ct linen? Only 276 days before I make my (re)entrance. 276 and counting...
from kimmikers :
I can leave after 1. July, so I'll probably be there sometime around 2. July. I might be staying in Hamburg for two months to do a praktikum, then I'll be heading to Graz.
from kimmikers :
You and I will take Austria by storm. We'll sit up in the Alps, being fawned over by various men. We'll go on Harald Schmit and I'll translate. I'll lose some weight so that by the time I get there, I can fit into your stylish line of panties. We'll compare cute shoes. You can show me around Paris, and I'll pretend that I've lost my voice so that no one hears me speak English/German. A friend of mine is actually going to be in Paris over spring break, and I'm sure her loaded boyfriend will buy her lots of your lovely panties! YAY!
from pollymagoo :
I think I tend to steer clear of historical fiction, but I'm trying to get out of the rut so those are good tips, thanks.
from raven72d :
Garage Sale Extraordinaire sounds brilliant.
from raven72d :
Demerol. Demerol is the only way to board an aircraft.
from raven72d :
Are you sure it wasn't ferret poo?
from raven72d :
The image of volumes of "Ulysses" with uncut pages-- brilliant.
from i-cleave :
Thank you for reaffirming my suspicions. I am now convinced that Ulysses is the single Most Unreadable book to be peddled as a masterpiece. Giles is indeed a liar, and of the most ghastly sort— the sort that lies about books, of all things! I’m curious to see what other sordid embellishments he will feed me next…
from raven72d :
I do recall the Beach Boys odd, dark period in the early 70s...
from raven72d :
Gentry de Paris is a delight.
from kathiec :
Hmmm... what fun translating an opera would be. I would expect it would be in German though, with French subtitles. That's my experience anyway (not that I have ever seen an opera, but in my role as Babysitter to the Stars, I look after Alison Hagley's children, and she's a famous opera singer. Apparently. Ooh, what a name dropper I am. Guess it's more impressive when you've heard of the name I'm dropping, right?)
from kathiec :
Oh no, how humiliating! It occured to me last night as I was falling asleep that I had written das Fledermaus. Maus is, of course, feminine, which obviously means that Fledermaus is feminine too. Sorry! Thank goodness your guestbook wasn't working; hopefully none of your German fans realised my mistake!!
from kathiec :
Oooh, thanks for the confidence booster! Your entry made me feel fantastic. Because, you see, I can seamlessly bring the words for bat and bald into a conversation in German!!!! Incidentally, for future use, they are as follows: bat= das Fledermaus and bald=kahl. A belated Happy Christmas from Munich, Love Kathie
from raven72d :
The Taco Bell/Reunite On Ice entry was brilliant.
from raven72d :
great new diary...

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