messages to girlsdontcry:
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from floodtide :
I miss you. And I don't even remember if I offered you the username and password to my diary. If you want them, they're yours for the asking. Is it presumptuous to ask if I could have the password to yours? Love, flood: gwmolnar@comcast.net
from starzero :
you locked your doors, and i don't have a key.
from ottodixless :
I think you win a prize for the strangest comment ever. Had you been drinking? (I'm never sure what timezone my comments page is in so I can't tell if it was late night or early morning.) Do you milk your mother, and are you sure she's not a guernsey?
from heelandlass :
Ooh! What did the stupid wanker do to merit a big shouting? I love shouting at people. Mostly I do it under my breath and a bit muttery. So not really shouting then.
from floodtide :
By the way - let me know if you need the password to my diary. Don't remember if I gave it to you or not. I certainly intended to, and the UK keeps showing up in my stats. I've been assuming that's you, but maybe I'm wrong? Love (again), ft
from floodtide :
Hello, darling - long time no contact, forgive me. But, had to write something in honor of today's "wanker" and "before that I was born" entry: one of your best ever. And that's saying somewhat. Love, flood
from rue-madame :
"Champagne for my real friends and real pain for my sham friends." It was Francis Bacon the painter. I've got to memorize that. It's a good one.
from kungfukitten :
I always feel obligated to chat myself up in the self check out lines. "You need help carrying this out?" "Oh, no I'm fine." "Are you sure?" Etc.
from ottodixless :
How do I undo the updating at the same time jinx? Does somebody have to mention my name in their diary? And does this mean I can't update until they do so? I agree about Frankenstein (nowhere near as good as Jekyll and Hyde for a start) and Virginia Woolf, though oddly some people do seem to be inspired by her (probably to write turgid prose about their upper-middle-class lives). I wonder if Edward Albee would say that Virginia Woolf was the author that changed his life?
from ottodixless :
I'm scared of self-scan checkouts. What if you get it wrong and don't scan something and they arrest you for stealing, or even worse a shop assistant comes over and very patronisingly explains how it works? It's one nightmare I'm not prepared to go to sleep for (as it were).
from pollymagoo :
Yes, she did, which is surely proof that chips and giant milkshakes are the secret of eternal youth?
from beetilda :
sell them on ebay...
from ottodixless :
You could keep the fluffy handcuffs for when you join the Muppet Police Force Though I wouldn't use your free handcuffs on anyone really dangerous (like Miss Piggy). Alternatively, train for a new career as an escapologist flump/moomin; these things are pretty easy to get out of.
from padfoot04 :
pink fluffy handcuffs, how absolutely delightful!
from starzero :
in fact, my baby complains about my brown shoelaces because they don't stay tied. that would be handy. and a little pricey to ship overseas. as for handcuffs, i'm always in the market for pink fluffy handcuffs, though i don't have any good place to connect them. i don't even remember where i left my shiny metal ones. the use for them is generally bedroom-oriented, and involves some amount of submission/domination. if that's not your thing, you could cuff your boss to his desk with them, cut off his trousers, and, since it'll be your last day there, leave with full knowledg that chaos will ensue. or something like it.
from side-b :
when i left my [government] job, after 18 months, i was allowed to chose a restaurant instead of a bar. i chose a vegan restaurant overlooking the ocean. [there was no alcohol, but three types of still water to chose from. not sure they approved.] they gave me a wedgewood pill dish. i was twenty two and leaving to travel overseas. struck me as a very odd gift choice. .. good luck!
from starzero :
presumably it froze up in the hydrant then started gushing out. then the temperature dropped and it froze in stream. the high for the day was 5 degrees farenheit, which is painfully cold.
from starzero :
i like dreams...they're so much less sensible than reality.
from flyin2thesun :
whats an australian birthday?
from starzero :
what the hell are all these birthdays? and how do i get more?
from ottodixless :
It's not my fault, it's a quote from the late Mr Cutler. I would never tease like that. Happy American birthday (I'm wondering if this could be extended, like turning yr date upside down for an alternative Australian birthday, or I guess for you a British birthday). And feel free to hurray me.
from starzero :
you won't be growing up in the 1980's ever again, despite what those marketing and media bastards have tried to persuade us. i'm just not buying pink spandex tights and matching headbands again. though i do have a skinny tie somewhere. it was my father's, from when he was young and square.
from ottodixless :
Yeah, I imagine Richard Herring living in a deep well of loneliness, occasionally popping out to laugh hollowly at the superficiality of mankind. Whereas Stewart Lee gets all the groupies, and Christian fundamentalists sending him turds, which his secretary nimbly identifies and passes on to Richard saying they're fanmail.
from ottodixless :
Oh yeah Ethelred the Unready. I sort of thought of him but didn't know what he was unready for, and according to Wikipedia he wasn't unready for anything (Unraed=badly-advised), but he was possibly the only English king to have 2 separate terms in office, briefly interrupted by Svend Forkbeard, none of which I knew. Isn't history fun?
from ottodixless :
Feel free to comment lots and try and break the record. Also, how did Richard Herring read his Guardian in a humour-showing fashion? Was he laughing manfully at the corrections column?
from ottodixless :
Hello. Thanks for telling me about the hilarious message you didn't send: I'm still laughing at it. (see: Titter titter!) Happy national pubes week (I'm now trying to work out what this might constitute, but please don't tell me.)
from pollymagoo :
And did JennyJ tell you about who she saw at the Curzon? No? Oh dear, don't ask me, I can't remember, but it was someone good.
from ottodixless :
Every time I've watched You Are What You Eat that McKeith woman has been talking about eating cat food (often telling the hard-done-by cat owner they'd be as well to eat their pet's dinner). So obviously it's all part of a cunning plan. Though a deal with Evans might be more realistic.
from starzero :
so what's it mean when tricky says 'forget about the michael'? i really don't know.
from exhaust :
Buuuhahaha!! Hooray for bleeding on Valentine's Day! *grumble*
from starzero :
what exactly does 'taking the piss' mean? i understand it in the abstract sense, but what's the actual meaning? i suppose i'm really asking for origins, or something. all i can think is someone peeing in a cup, and that seems rather unpleasant.
from heelandlass :
Ah, thanks for your last note, my love. And you know, I nearly removed 'blootering the tatties' because I didn't know if it would make sense! Enjoy Jam Day! xxx
from ottodixless :
Happy Valentine's Day. At least you have jam. *rushes over to pull the roses out of the fax machine*
from jennyj :
Turn off that Talking Heads crap, I'm trying to get some sleep here.
from ottodixless :
Well obviously 'Never Ever' wasn't solely inspired by the Shangri Las, or else it would be called 'Hey Hey I Just Listened To The Shangri Las Whoop-di-doo!' instead of 'Mumbling About Heartbreak' or whatever. But damn it, another bit of 'Past Present and Future' trivia which I didn't think I should mention is that top 'Just A Minute' panellist Graham Norton is on record as adoring it. I was going to email you because Belgium seems to have been all over the papers the past week, but probably you've already noticed that.
from jennyj :
Oh! I saw Fern say that but then I passed out. What did they discuss?
from ottodixless :
You couldn't use the yeast to make beer instead, could you? I don't know about these things.
from mousemilk :
Ha ha. How would they write 'Dexter Fletcher's pen'? HEY - Whatever happened to my CD Mix chain?
from beetilda :
Nah, it was a Cheesy Quaver. You just know these things in dreams. Also, I frequently misread things---nice to know someone else does as well!
from starzero :
i wonder if they have any racial quotas for position of chinaman. there's a messed up affirmative action plan for you.
from buck88 :
i want to talk about recruitment agencies. but maybe i did that enuff already. i think its DEFO your turn to call them all twats. i saw another one on friday. twat again, about 15 year old twat. oh god, maybe that will be googled. onwards and upwards. I mean I may have dealt with agency twats for ages but look at me. actually in the words of christina "dont look at me....". Ive just gone down the motorwat really fast. excuse the incoherence. x
from starzero :
i don't know, i rather like ikea. it's all the driving involved that's a problem.
from ottodixless :
Would you at least consider cybersex with Leslie Grantham?
from starzero :
the real question is, of the men you won't be having sex with this year, how many would you want to be having sex with? surely that would be a shorter list.
from side-b :
congratulations dude.
from meepful :
that's an awful lot for a girl not to cry about. just wait til next week, it'll head back to go. promise.
from kristoli :
Good luck!!!
from ottodixless :
Happy new year. You didn't want Myleene to fail miserably did you? How mean. I was hoping she'd at least beat Alastair MacGowan, forcing him to give an unconvincing impression of a good loser. I wonder if this means Iain Banks is our greatest living intellectual.
from jennyj :
God, just today I was thinking about Easter already. But I was thinking about it in terms of hurray, then a bank holiday isn't just a Monday but a Friday too. Not so looking forward to tomorrow after that last line though, thanks. Lunch this week though, what what?
from starzero :
the new year is always the one that will be different, the one that will bring change. people don't change. they don't want a new year.
from starzero :
but the chocolates are the best part. at least this year. you could probably eat whatever you wanted if you ran ten miles a day. you'd also be insane, but that's a different problem.
from dominguez :
Have a lovely Christmas. I'll be back the day after boxing day if you want to Kong your burger or anything.
from mousemilk :
Apparently The Young People say 'book' for 'cool' now because if you text 'cool' predictive text comes up with 'book'. Sounds like a load of pigu to me.
from heelandlass :
Hurrah. Your christmas sounds lovely - have a merry one if I don't speak to you before. Besos xxx
from propeller :
Margaret is great, she came into work the other day and I was wrapping the gifts she'd purchased and I looked at her and said, "Can I just say, I think you absolutely rule?" And she started laughing and graciously said "Thank you". She's beautiful...
from jennyj :
Your sponge cake WAS a phenomenon. But I would mind if it turned into an endemic event.
from buck88 :
good lord, if you look below you will see me wishing you a happy 2004!, oh god oh god oh god. its all too fast. x . i will be back soon to wish you a happy 2006, and if i forget, well then it wont matter so much. x
from starzero :
i've always wanted to do guerilla planting. i expect it to be much easier tha gorilla planting.
from atavist :
heh. god save me from the imminent assault of email cards. i don't think maureen has even spoken to me this year, but the personal sentiment expressed in her card makes up for that.
from culotte :
Yup. I often call it the Chariot of the Gods, but know one gets it.
from buck88 :
today i receieved bad job news. but now ive read your diary im ok. cheered up and all. i will send you a catch up letter. but it will be VERY dull. x
from mousemilk :
Hurray for Mr. Burrough!
from heelandlass :
And clutching their bottoms for fear of piles being contageous no doubt!!
from cruel-irony :
It's as cold in my office as it is outside too! I froze all day long. Argh.
from pollymagoo :
While I agree with you wholeheartedly on the BJs, I do think it is a little unkind to your male readers to mention chewing in the same entry (I watched Deconstructing Harry last night, relevant quote: 'Try not to actually CHEW!'). Oh, and I get the pop up too.
from heelandlass :
I did see Polly's comment. I'd never thought about that before ever. I mean, I suppose it would burn if you rubbed it straight on down there, but why would you? Unless you were really mega kinky. I thought they recommended doing that, but maybe it's just the inhaling it in hot water in a bowl you're supposed to do. And is germaloid for piles? I'd rather be a cough mixture junky than have piles!!
from culotte :
Arrrrrrrrg! I hate men!
from heelandlass :
Or 'I love having lock jaw, me', or 'I love having a battle with my gag reflex, me'. Are you feeling better? And did you know that every time I click onto your diary (not the profile bit) a pop up for iLead, WWF pops up? Has anybody else said that to you?
from pollymagoo :
Oh no, I know the tragic outcome of the will-the-bath-be-hot question and feel sorry for Yesterday you. Vicks in the bath sounds like it might sting yr ladyland to me.
from heelandlass :
Nurse Heeland Lass suggests: melt loads of vix (vicks? yes it's Vicks isn't it?) in your bath, honestly, you'll be sorted by the end of it. Slightly light headed and possibly hallucinating, but that's a definite plus side to being ill. I also highly recommend getting original benalyn - the one that IS drowsy. Take double the recommended dose and get into bed. I'm not joking, you wake up hours later feeling like you've been on a 2 week holiday. Bliss.
from ottodixless :
Frost did write about frost and snow a lot. "I think I know enough of hate to say that for destruction ice is also great and would suffice." "He will not see me stopping here to watch his woods fill up with snow" etc. I wonder if he was called Robert Sun all his poems would be about hula girls and coconuts. Otherwise you could listen to Ice-T.
from mousemilk :
Or you could watch A Touch of Frost.
from heelandlass :
Yes. Alanis can kiss my bottom. She was outrageously rubbish. And as for the harmonica - it is indeed a marked improvement, but it still sounded like she was simply breathing through it. I think she may have been drugged. Strange, strange girlie.
from starzero :
your page keeps giving me these crazy pop ups; they're really annoying.
from myxo :
She was probably urging you to think about her rather than read a poorly written Neil Diamond biography. Spooky how she knew.
from jennyj :
Oh man ... I'm so glad I parted company with you when I did. You know how strongly that would have affected me. Right now you'd be visiting me in the mental ward. Wait - are you blogging from Charing Cross Hospital?
from heelandlass :
Aparantly I look just like some guys ex girlfriend Caroline. Lucky her I say. And lucky Helen!
from starzero :
jargon doesn't amuse me either. present pet peeve phrase: going forward.
from starzero :
i detest poor grammar. even in speech. everyone drives me batty.
from heelandlass :
I like instant coffee too. So much less palaver.
from wonderchai :
i really love to read your journal.
from jennyj :
It must be because living with a C in your postcode is such a rarity it must be amazing enough to talk to your neighbours by. Anyone can live in a BOROUGH.
from starzero :
as well you should. worry. about a device that strips plastic wrap off cds. unless it's your own hands. oh, and the job thing. but at least you aren't going blind.
from heelandlass :
Oof. I'm starting to worry to be honest...
from flyin2thesun :
i thought "i should read a random diary". clicked on this one and have never laughed so much in my entire life. you are a comic genius!
from refusal :
"Do everything you can to help the person"? Like tell them their trousers are shit, find them a new girlfriend, give them a kidney, sell them terminal injury insurance, buy them lottery tickets, hand over all yr worldly possessions, etc? I hope your tonsils are better soon, even if the suspicious glands are probably giggling at you and their true purpose is to show the aliens where to invade.
from heelandlass :
Yes, it should be Ms. Greedyface if anything at all.
from heelandlass :
curses. Point 3 refers to trying to get more than one CD. Grrr.
from vancookie :
this is why we take the subway and not the bus.
from starzero :
alas, i will not be in london any time soon. also, i try to avoid buses. pretty much for that very reason. -- now if you'll excuse me, some idiot stole my cape.
from heelandlass :
Aha! A weak link in the chain! If you'd been the first to leave a note you would have HAD to receive the CD. Now, we'll all just have to keep our eyes peeled for smedindy's diary! And thank you for commenting on the cape - I knew SOMEBODY would appreciate it! xxxxxxxxx p.s - how's the job hunting? and are you flat hunting too?
from starzero :
ok, so, mix rundown: 1) some late 80's track, british pop rock or something, plimsouls?; 2) country tinged pop rock, i'm thinking american but given you maybe australian, pretty cool; 3) some punk song, sounds like the distillers, or less disgusting courtney love, liked it somehow; 4) the cramps - good taste (live), i really dug this song; 5) something mumbled, then something about a back of a car, no idea who this is, good tune though; 6) marilyn monroe - a fine romance, she's not quite all on it, is she?; 7) princess - say i'm your number one, that's about all i know, not my cup of tea; 8) ; 9) frente - labour of love, i miss this album, as i've only heard it from my sis's tape collection; 10) prefrab sprout, this is pretty cool and i should get more of his stuff; 11) sounds like an underproduced spaehog rip off, or a demo for 'never coming down'; 12) i want to know what this is, but i don't; 13) rebecca conway - everybody wants to touch me, a cover song as best i can figure, and a lot of fun; 14) clouds - hieronymous, reminding me of throwing muses; 15) i wish u heaven comes from prince's lovesexy album, and i suspect you used an mp3 as the cd is supposed to be only one track that crazy purple midget -- i write all this so you'll tell me what the songs really are. and now i want to make more mixes for people, so get ready to contemplate receiving my xmas mix, if it ever gets done.
from starzero :
i'm sorry i haven't given you my impressions of your mix cd. when my ears stop ringing i'll play it again and let you know what i think. or, i could find my notes from the last time. i liked it, recognized one or two songs, and figured out a few of the others. or maybe i didn't recognize any, i forget. there had to be one.... anyway, you've probably read i sent my mix to heelandlass. i wonder where it will go next.
from vancookie :
wow! it was found!
from starzero :
gwbutthead is the devil's work.
from refusal :
Ahem. http://doityourself.com/store/6235428.htm
from heelandlass :
Oh my god, that was so funny. I spat out my tea. Don't do that again!
from atavist :
oh, i will, just wish i felt a little less like puking. surely the "dream leader" is responsible for dashing your NY dreams and should resolve that with a free NY trip staying somewhere more befitting the dream?
from starzero :
the first thing this so-called dream leader could do is learn some grammar. spelling and proofreading ability would help. that message, it just looks sloppy. also, if you're going to be a 'dream leader', your language should have some sort of new age-y feel to it, or maybe be light and fluffy, or enigmatic and weird. but not crap.
from propeller :
who um...rules.
from propeller :
Thank god, I'm glad I'm not the only one (although I did have sneaking suspicion I wasn't) Its like when people admit to liking prince...
from caraxus :
Thanks for the bithday wishes - it was indeed very good! Enjoy NYC xoxo
from heelandlass :
You are right - you are a 'bacon' of light in my troubled times. I 'ham' obsessed with it, 'ham'n't I?!
from heelandlass :
Haha - your note to atavist sounds bang on if you ask me. Fecking recruitment agencies, I absolutely hate them. And I should know - I was a recruiter for 4 years. Excuse me while I go and punch myself a few times for being so stupid!
from atavist :
heh. when people tell me i'm bitter and cynical, i just tell 'em i'm a realist.
from heelandlass :
You know, that's not a bad idea. I could start up some kind of 'bacon for every occasion' business!!
from heelandlass :
Hurrah!! I've brought the CD thing back over the pond. I was kind of keeping an eye out, but obviously not that keen an eye cos I missed it, but at least I was looking for it in the first place!!
from starzero :
yep, finally we have a winner. awesome. thank you. i'll give you my reply to your cd as soon as i can hear it again and formulate more thoughts on the matter. i've identified a few songs, but i didn't know most of them. it's good, though i must admit i can't say the style fits me entirely. what i'm sending out, well, she doesn't know what she's won.
from starzero :
thanks for the advertisement. i'll try not to be too offensive the next few days, so as not to scare away potential cd-chain peoples.
from trishtastic :
One of the most interesting things I've ever seen was a man with a very large afro pulling a rabbit in a birdcage in a little red wagon.
from refusal :
Hi. I was hoping to get by my 1000th without anyone noticing. There may be a party around entry 1003 or 1007, depending on what The Prime Number Shitting Bear says.
from refusal :
*breathes in* The idea of memes is that just as genes reproduce and spread according to how good they are at reproducing themselves (the process of Darwinian evolution), so ideas spread between people in much the same way (people are just hosts for memes, like memes were ringworms). A "meme" is like a "gene" except it's made up of ideas and concepts not DNA. According to meme theory, something like Christianity (which meme populariser Richard Dawkins hates) is popular because it's an idea that's good at spreading itself, e.g. by calling for missionary work and the persecution of unbelievers, not because it's true or useful. Marx would say that Christianity is popular because it fills the needs of the ruling class in controlling the proletariat. The whole thing is very vague and can be taken numerous different ways, but at its simplest (or at LiveJournal), a meme is just an idea/concept/notion that reproduces itself. It's much like viral marketing (indeed, things like the BK subservient chicken are memes, certainly in the common definition). Wikipedia love memes, so there's lots more there.
from girlsdontcry :
Joe was (is?) hot, but I spelt his name wrong. WORST WAY TO TREAT A CELEBRITY CRUSH EVER.
from jennyj :
That *was* an excellent meme, although how could you have forgotten 'nose of distinction'?? And Joe Dellasandro, good call.
from culotte :
Joe Delassandro is way hot. Even when he's nodded out naked in a corner.
from heelandlass :
No, no meme's are not easy entries at all. I think about them a lot too, I think it's something to do with taking on the responsibility of doing a meme after somebody thinks of you to do it in the first place. It's like taking the olympian torch onto it's next destination. Or not. See, THAT'S thinking about things too much! xxx
from dinahsoar :
Hi. Just stumbled into your diary and find myself laughing wryly one moment, poignantly touched the next and generally intrigued with the way you see just about everything. Thanks for sharing your unique perspective. I'd like to stop by again.
from jennyj :
The world might be getting worse (though don't forget 1666 - that was a shit year too) but at least it's chanelling you into a much-appreciated absurdist phase.
from jennyj :
Aw man, I wish I hadn't read your entry.
from mousemilk :
Yeah, sorry about that. Dodgy prawns. Anyway, you were going to give me some feedback on the CD..?
from heelandlass :
Cats names in general are great ideas until you have to call them. Our cat (Boris) used to be called Craig (I know. Very odd). We thought we were very smart changing his name until the calling began. Espesh in a Scottish accent, where you end up yelping Boooraaaaaassss. Strange looks all over the place.
from starzero :
where i'm from, using the word 'indy' and the number '500' together in a sentence will get you a hefty lawsuit. ah, trademark infringement
from starzero :
dland email works, yes. tapes in car, or, rarely, on tape deck in the home. tough to get things from tape to cd to computer, though. most music now on ipod. or cd at work. tapes, not so much.
from starzero :
i've been assuming you still have my address (lucky you?), but if you need it again let me know somehow. be creative.
from heelandlass :
Hah! I know it's hilarious "Locaaaber nooo mooooore, Leeeeewis noooo mooooore, Skyeeeee nooo moooore". Cracks me up. They deliberately sing in a Scottish accent though, whereas Ricky Ross (for example) deliberately sings in an American accent. I think the Scottish accent is one of those ones that refuses to be diluted. It's really hard not sounding Scottish. Even when you think you're doing alright you end up accidentally saying 'och' and that's the end of it!
from heelandlass :
balls. i have not been on my game for this cd thing! damnitalltohell!
from mousemilk :
There there. Lady problems, is it? Aw. *runs away*
from side-b :
today i called a bunch of mothers and their obnoxious children, who were taking up the entire, very wide footpath, ass hats. it was satisfying, but left me feeling maybe i need to work on my levels of aggression.
from starzero :
dame weir is kind of scary-looking. maybe it's just a british thing. -- i find that most people are cunts, and the rest are slags. er, except you and, um, people who talk to me. well, some of them are tools, but that's ok.
from culotte :
yesterday I told a stranger that I wouldn't have a coffee with him because we're of different social classes and he disgusts me. There's something vitrolic in the air, I think.
from cruel-irony :
Happy Belated 33rd Birthday! The thirties are fun. At least I thought so. (Just so you know, the forties are FABULOUS!)
from starzero :
it will be a cherished and highly-valued cd, be sure of it. well, unless it sucks, and then it'll go on the shelf and never get played again. no pressure, or anything.
from jennyj :
Bollocks, too late again!
from starzero :
i'd love a mix cd!
from jennyj :
Tirty-tree and a turd! Right now you're enjoying ribs, mmmm, HAPPY BIRTHDAY!
from culotte :
Happy birthday de Paris!
from refusal :
Happy Birthday. Maybe you could compare yourself to Mary Magdalene instead, or the mother of Zebedee's children.
from heelandlass :
Happy Birthday to You! I'm sure something lovely will happen to you this year which will re-instate your love of the number 33. Have a lovely day! xxx
from starzero :
jarvis cocker has a song about being jesus. 33 being a good year, and all. having the same initials. if you want, you can look for inspiration in my birthday entries, but i doubt there's any there, for you or for me. still, happy 33. i'll be there in exactly 4 years. it'll be fun watching what it'll be like. well, except i'm a guy, and american, so that's different.
from mousemilk :
Happy birthday! In four months time you should have a thirty-three and a third party. I meant to do that at the time but then didn't bother.
from starzero :
today i remain in light. i wonder how long before that makes me stop thinking of your entry about expat songs, or whatever it was.
from starzero :
hey, that's my birthday!
from heelandlass :
No problem at all! I will just have to keep a close eye on your entry and try and get in quick! Have a good week xx
from batten :
Are you okay? Please write soon and let us know that everything is okay with you. -J
from vancookie :
bring comments back, please. i went to a big italian-american drinkathon wedding this weekend. i danced the tarantella and was very happy.
from heelandlass :
Hurrah for you winning. If it wasn't going to be me, I'm glad it was you. W!!
from mousemilk :
Yes, you are our lucky winner! Though heelandlass noted on the actual entry so I had to take it to the third umpire. If you email your address to mousemilk@diaryland.com you will receive a compilation of eclectic cack. You can choose to tell me what you like/don't like for guidance, but don't have to...
from heelandlass :
Ah yes, I do have a ladies bike (no baskets, mind!) but I have to confess to it being slightly too big for me and also, the sliding off the seat was quite full of gusto due to serious biffing into (and then bouncing off) both cars. I can wear a skirt though, I have tried it but now that I have hideously bruised legs from forgetting about the concept of pedals and falling off things and what not, well, even though I CAN wear a skirt, I really SHOULDN'T. Not till winter anyway...
from heelandlass :
good news, stay safe and sound xx
from heelandlass :
Are you okay??
from heelandlass :
Yes, I think it's just that families in general are the most annoying groups of people on the planet. Nothing we do or say will change it. They are annoying, they should be disowned and never spoken to again. The worst of it is, I know that my kids will be saying exactly the same thing about me. The cycle of life! xxx
from floodtide :
Have always wondered the same thing! Kiwi fruit is prickly and grainy and - most of all - not particularly tasty, so WHY? Love, flood
from zeroreverb7 :
Thanks for the Note dear girl! Thats a good omen and Im going to tuck it into my pocket!Hugs Hugs Hugs Hugs Love and Peace :)
from heelandlass :
ooh, how exciting! Have you sent it to ayeheelandlass@yahoo.co.uk? Cos the heelandlass@diaryland.com thing doesn't seem to work for me. Tra laa laa.
from heelandlass :
As the queen of having terrible jobs and hating work (I am now 30 and this is the first job that doesn't make me cry when I wake up in the morning/go to bed at night) I have a small tip to help you endure the hellishness till something better comes along - take pleasure in small acts of revenge. It's incredibly childish but there's nothing better than doing something to someone while they're completely unawares. I used to have a boss so fucking awful that when I was making a round of tea I would throw his tea bag on the floor, stomp on it, then run it over some bits and pieces in the bin, then put it in his cup and make his tea. God it was so good to see him drink it. Other things I've done involve spitting in tea, hiding letters they receive (not the important ones obviously) and generally doing things to annoy and upset (like not giving messages). Like I said - very childish, but oh so rewarding.
from buck88 :
if i mail it you will it be displayed?
from buck88 :
maybe u need to nip out and buy a mac..... i am all out of ideas.......maybe its time for a shave......x
from buck88 :
is that better?
from buck88 :
well i can see it, have tried just waiting for AGES?..... dont know what i can do......
from pollymagoo :
Also, the famous Rod Stewart song is listed as 'Maggie Way' on the computer.
from exhaust :
Thank you, thank you. I'm hoping that someone who was once an underpaid wage slave, but is now an executive, will see it and remember what it was like. But really, what's the worst that could happen? I don't get another job... which is already happening... so what the hell, right?
from buck88 :
i fear a tail would interupt me sleeping even more so, also lots of animals seem to have tails so they can swipe at flies near their asses and call me a prude but i dont really want to invite that sort of attention, ANTLERS make me brave and noble handsome WARRIOR!
from heelandlass :
I agree wholeheartedly. Although the best name I've ever heard in my life was Sergio Fantastico. What a name. I bet he gets all the best seats in restaurants and at the theatre. He probably gets fan fares everywhere he goes. Still, Jan Goodwilly has a great twang to it - and for dark days when you feel you need it Jan Badfanny can be your alter ego! I think I deserve that Cure CD really. If you ever find it that is! xxx
from buck88 :
two fat ladies. what are you trying to say?
from buck88 :
am i not 'young and living in london' anymores then?
from fusco :
ah, the glamour of norf london, i see minty from stenders a lot, and billie piper last weekend. i once served nick cave when i was waitressing in sydney. the hard drug taking god of goth had a nachos and ... a hot chocolate. he was very polite and very tall.
from fusco :
nutella sacrilege indeed. i may have to contact the website owner and lodge a protest on behalf of fairy bread pusrists.
from fusco :
i have been away a long time, so i stand humbly corrected and entry has been amended.
from jennyj :
Would you still read me if I didn't live in London? And yes, where are youuuuuu?
from buck88 :
that may be the way you organise your juicing system but it certainly isnt mine! why are you never here anymore?xxxxxxxx
from buck88 :
oh lord, cant help ythinkin mighty mouse is a bit gay dramarama, danger mouse has a really skinny ass, i quite like scrappy doos attitude tho hes a bit 'muscle mary', god life imitate art, cant even find a cartoon boyfriend, ooh i know the big dog from tweety pie, the big grey one, i will find out his name.
from buck88 :
a flock of peter blakes, in fact .x
from seastreet :
How dreadful. AIM has fallen, and can't get up. Anyway, here's an image of the Raphael painting, a little distorted: http://un2sg4.unige.ch/athena/raphael/raf_ath4.html
from jennyj :
I only just noticed that you have forsaken all other music for your darling compatriot, la Newton-John. Hopeless devotion!
from pollymagoo :
Do you know, Mansfield Park is the Austen I haven't read. Hurrah! It's on my list.
from pollymagoo :
You are very interesting.
from buck88 :
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from buck88 :
puppet womam seems annoyed, maybe the power of the crystal is wearing off. when i click my link it works, are you playing mind games?
from pollymagoo :
And you! You stop calling me puppet woman too! And you did agree. You know you did. About Before Sunwhatever, anyway.
from buck88 :
way harsh!. my link worked didnt it?? DIDNT ITTT!!!!???!
from buck88 :
who below does puppet woamn decribe as a pain in the arse? im thinking of moving too now but i really want my layout like dominguezsss.xbucksassy88.x
from buck88 :
the postage on that is huge, but they do have 'allen carrs easyway to keep your diary in one place', and the delivery is free!
from fusco :
ta very muchly - that's very helpful. the ideal room would of course be above a walkabout.
from pollymagoo :
Sorry, I didn't see. He IS a pain in the arse, isn't he?
from pollymagoo :
But you told me you liked Before Sunset! You encouraged me to see it! What's all this about sick bags?
from buck88 :
oh i forgot the linking lesson, one more time and i promise i will learn.x
from buck88 :
i need a linking lesson and i need you to be on msm. so theres my needs. oh, and i need a whole packet of french fancies.
from nosy-parker :
Hey! Huge thanks for the linking lesson buddy. I'm so lazy, I can't even make the time to learn for myself! I totally appreciate your kindness. I'm having fun reading your archives too! Lots to catch up on.
from pollymagoo :
Slightly alarmed?
from erinlew :
just found your site through jennyj. very cool - i have added you to my favourites list.
from buck88 :
'BEST entry EVAH' ?? which one? where ? where?! me no understanda.
from fusco :
i shall take that under grateful advisement, but now i choose to blame your diary for the typo, because that entry comes back to mind now, so it must have been that subliminally affecting my otherwise impecable keyboard skills.
from meepful :
That’s horrible. Doesn’t make me like Borders any more (because they have a similar track record, in the States at least), but I have to admit, that wasn’t something I was aware of. Do you know what their score is now? I should look that up.
from meepful :
that's such a lovely thing to say! You should take your 'Fahrenheit 9/11’ admiration to the Trachtenburg’s tonight (ICA) or tomorrow night (Buffalo Bar), as they made similar plugs on stage. They were FANTASTIC! and so funny and so brilliant. Love is a Slideshow Cabaret.
from buck88 :
this morning in the shower i was wishin i wud getted shagged by a man in the park , now isnt THAT the *most* amazing co-incidence?x
from pollymagoo :
i really did, but I'm not sure it's the best way to get a point across, especially as I was a little drunk and possibly slurry.
from propeller :
Taylor is a dad. A rather beautiful one at that. You totally live and learn. I love the kojak connection (I'm really, really indirectly connected to Brad Pitt ! I mean, really, what more could a girl want - other than to find herself miraculously in his bed as his sex slave)
from floodtide :
You sexy darlin': *I* voted for buttons at the top, that's how I think they should: at the top, and face down in fact, so that when the duvet is folded back/turned down that lovely buttoned border shows. I don't doubt for a moment I "need help," but not for any reasons having to do with beds. Wait, maybe . . . Oh, well. At least I eat my Kit Kat bars in the normal, sane way. You will be referenced twice in my diary this morning, so take a look. Love, ft
from floodtide :
PS: Of course now I'm really fucked 'cause I love this woman's writing enough to feel that I must now go out and get every other book she's written which I can't afford but of course I'm going to do it anyway. Yeehah.
from floodtide :
You darling, gorgeous, generous, smart, sassy, sexy woman: After several false starts I have finallly re-begun >Unless< and this time I was absorbed from the first word; this time I swept through a hundred pages in an hour and am now nearly a third through in one sitting. What a gift! Thank you yet again for this treat, this pleasure. It will always be 'your' book to me, the one sent by my unmet friend in England. 'Special' is, of course, an overused word, but this time it fits: this book is and will always be special to me. Thanks and love, flood
from pollymagoo :
Dammit, yes that would have been a good entry, but I told him that all the photos were in my parents' loft (lie) and that I am too busy from now until forever to have dinner with him (laughable lie).
from buck88 :
what does *this* mean? people keep doing *it* and it leaves me *confused*, am i doing it *right*?
from raven72d :
The only way I'd fly at all is with a Demerol shot at the beginning.
from buck88 :
honey, think about it...how long have u been here?, i only snorted them because i was out of clean 'works' x
from propeller :
Yeah, I should have probably explained, right? I went to this Michel Gondry retrospective for Resfest (don't know whether you've heard of it but it's some random global design festival thingo) and he's done so many things that I didn't know were done by him. My favourite video clip ever has been "Star Guitar" by the Chemical Brothers and I didn't know he'd done that - but he has. And "Like a Rolling Stone" By the Rolling stones (Mick Jagger is too hot for an old guy) and all those bloody Bjork videoclips like "Human Behaviour" and "My story : bachelorette" (even though I'd prefer to cut my toes off and watch them spin round in a blender than listen to her) - he's so freaking creative. Holy hell, He does things years before they become popular practice. All those music video arseholes "Dave Meyers and Hype Williams and stuff could totally take a page out of Gondrys book. What I would do to be blessed with a mind like his... (Murder would be an option)
from buck88 :
ive told you before its destiny, i already love the straightest gay man in the world anyways, his taste in music just cements those feelings, apart from martika obviously..xxx
from buck88 :
its a total bore and a nightmare, i can see them in my template(which also is a fabrication of the diaryland big mind) but nothing i do encourages them to perform, i will now mail andrew as discussed
from jennyj :
I see you're as bored as I am *at work* and cleaning up your dland profile. I had originally vaguely thought of doing what Mark Lamarr does at the Buzzcocks line up thing but soon stopped as realised am neither as witty nor inventive and there are too many people.
from buck88 :
its kindof working like its comes up in three lines of text but just wot i have written not the title i.e, listening to-cheeky girls, it just says -cheeky girls...oh lordy, help meeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee
from buck88 :
i want to do that options thing at the bottom of my entries but am having trouble, diaryland queen please guide me...
from unhappyboy :
I did say I didn't want to play with you! :( i feel so bad for being good at whacking people.
from buck88 :
i think they if everyone had been concentrating they would realise that polly was the dram pusher i only made the initial suggestion, im sorry every has to work today im at home eating french fancies, i still feel absolutely terrible tho and i have circular bruises on the backs of both my hands, i hope your day is running smoothly..x
from pollymagoo :
Yes, please bring the Morvern Megamix, I had forgotten all about it and now with that and all the other excitement I am quite beside myself. See you tomorrow x
from tom-seb-jak :
i love how you compliment me before the bad news.. its a nice touch. I still love you though in ALL KINDS of ways.
from garbagepale :
This diary looks lots more worthy than the majority of diaries out there ... interesting.
from a------ :
Hi. I found the note you must left me, most likely months ago. I guess it is a good name. Thanks.
from buck88 :
i love that 'you do clever entries', oh thanks. wed is fine but i have big work thing on thursday so may be a little mysterious and quiet and difficult i apologize in advance but believe me its better than seing me drunk and emotionally out of control. i will very much look forward to it.
from raven72d :
You do clever entries, but what can you have against Tony Blair? I blame him for excluding the hereditary peers from the Lords and wanting to replace the sterling with the vile euro ("oy-ro"), but Blair at least had the courage to stand up to the loathsome Serbs and send troops to crush an insolent native despot in Iraq. I have to admire him for that.
from mr-knowitall :
came in by banner... I liked the movie 'When Harry met Sally', but I don't know if I could sit through the play.
from buck88 :
see its destiny! and 2day i get my new hair cut and all, please tho refrain from writing MARTIKA in my notes in big letters dont really want people to know i have the same taste in music as a 12 year old did 15 years ago, also can you make french fancies? 1 final thought, really straight boys would NEVER sing martikas kitchen no matter how excited they where about freshly baked goods.
from seastreet :
The photo's here: http://www.fotolog.net/ladybugge/?photo_id=5198030
from wateryone :
The German cannible gave me the creeps. I just couldn't even think about their 'agreement', my mind just shut down. Check out photos from our holiday to Australia: http://www.geocities.com/weyewey/australia.html. None of Sydney really, unfortunately
from raven72d :
Aha... You're a tangential kind of discovery... but an excellent one.
from floodtide :
Hey, Beautiful - thanks for the heads-up: very thoughtful of you. Yeah, I'm aware. I unlocked on purpose: I want LOTS of people to find my anti-Bush rant today via Google searches for "asshole." Love, flood
from buck88 :
thank you for doing my survey, your answers made me howl and your compliments made me blush, think its about time you created a survey lady! b88x
from pollymagoo :
When you put it like that it does sound quite stupid, but yes we did. When I gave the cheer-up advice to t-s-j (bad new year, good year) I wasn't really thinking I'd have to apply it to my own life so quickly. But I do know this is a good thing, it's just that it's going to be horrible for now.
from buck88 :
sorry, unusual meats, the other sounds like sex with old lovers.
from buck88 :
after my xmas i am in no mood for a speed revival and aformentioned friends have been put on the back burner for a while, hope you havent had anymore unplesant encounters with usual meats, merry crimbo and a game free 2004 xxb88.
from pollymagoo :
You are my role model for regular updates. And on recent showing I need a good role model. I hope you're having too much fun to post rather than feeling too gloomy.
from buck88 :
i have a bit too much free time, PLEASE UPDATE NOW! im hanging on here, sorry its just ive really started to look forward to ur entries. that note below 'do i know you' sounds a little l.a. cheerleader.
from tom-seb-jak :
your a doll :P i might even put you at the top of my buddy list for all this trouble... now that would be really hard core.
from tom-seb-jak :
Much much much better :D
from gefiltefish :
hey, you left a note. do i know you?
from tcklyrpharsn :
Ooh! I just found your diary and I'm enjoying it wholeheartedly. I would have an intelligent compliment to offer, had I any surviving brain cells in my head this evening, but I suppose that will have to wait for a new day. I'll be back! ;)
from tom-seb-jak :
If you have a :D you are extremely lucky or cool or lovely, i know you are most definately all these things plus more but a :D means regular notes to me, kind words, mobile numbers exchanged and the occasional package in the mail (its happened before) im not sure if we are ready for that kind of commitment... and where in the world are you??? I take it you know about **snort** Canberra being the place where the black hole originated. Do you not???
from tom-seb-jak :
its not you its me... i got rid of your :) because your never ever added me to your buddy list so you gutted me first, yes i am playing the "blame game"... and also deep frying things is always waaay interesting to hear about, so keep it up... lov tsj
from idiot-milk :
Oh, the inner bitch concedes I have the party planning skills. She's just tired of me whining about every other damn thing on earth. Sigh. But I do fully intend to heed her orders. Someday. Someday SOON, I SWEAR. Until then, however, I've discovered that one can drown out one's inner voice with the application of copious fruity, alcoholic beverages. Which is what I intend to do for at least the time being. Whee!
from floodtide :
Hi - I can't e-mail you as I'd like because my computer is dead and in the bring-it-back-to-life-maybe place, but your entry today got me on two levels: First of all, I hate admitting this even to myself, much less to you, but I find perverse comfort for myself in knowing that someone else who's otherwise brilliant and hardworking is also pussyfooting around with big debt, although I'll bet yours isn't as big as mine. But second, and more important: however you feel you rank on the hill-of-beans scale, and however true it may feel that you've not yet found your family, your tribe, or your career: it is also true that you are cultured, well-read, intelligent, beautiful, generous-hearted, passionate, giving, a seeker, humble, hard-working, articulate, and a damned good friend to people like me whom you (sort of) don't even know. Plus vancookie - who HAS met you - thinks you rock, and he's picky as HELL from what I can tell, so I'm guessing that you do, indeed, rock. I am sorry that you're despairing, but I believe in you, and I am sending love from this corner of the world. Love, flood
from spiffy12345 :
Really good diary! I like how you did the eyes on webpage!
from beagle47 :
kick ASS banner! diary as well to boot. thanks for sucking me in. oh, and by the way, "I would say I'm sorry If I thought that it would change your mind But I know that this time I have said too much Been too unkind." peace. (and i really mean that).
from stonebridge :
nope, no message. I don't know what's with the universe today, but it spilled my water all over my desk, so it's not just after you. Happy Halloween.
from nano-nanu :
Damn - the moment you said that I could hear Robin William's voice! Sorry, it's too long since I've seen that show. My bad. Dxx
from discodave :
Shazzbot? Um, ok - thank you ;) Dxx
from buck88 :
the awful genius of 'showgirls' can not be disputed.."but im a dancer!".. etc. but i kinda of enjoyed 'truth about c&ds' and have somehow without realising watched it maybe 4or 5 times, and if u missed uma in 'pulp' maybe it shud be revisited. actually im on the fence with the whole thing, all i want to talk about today is the horror of 'wife swap'. which is repeated tonite and not to be missed.
from pollymagoo :
Thanks for adding me! I had been thinking that we would probably sit next to each other on a bus one day as a final coincidence, now I know it will never happen (unless the right side is full!)
from hyacinthgirl :
hi! scrabble747 has moved to hyacinthgirl.diaryland.com. cheers!
from floodtide :
Eliot: "The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock," and a damned fine poem it is, too. Hope you're soon over your mom angst, and thanks for the little literary quiz; it gave a much-needed smile to a really lousy day. Love, flood
from discodave :
I'm impressed - to date, the closest I've been to something like that was seeing Grim named as having one of the best blogs on the web by the Guardian. Dxx
from ohbollocks :
Um, yeah. I'm from Texas. I just really like the word "bollocks." I couldn't really say why.
from discodave :
At least you know he'll do something new when you see him next time - he seems to change the routine venue to venue, never mind book tour to book tour. Dxx
from under-yuki :
*Laugh* Thank you! It was really a rather odd moment...when I abandoned my old diary and went to create a new one. And I couldn't for the life of me come up with a name...then I looked at a picture I had saved and it came to me. Now the question remains, is she speaking of a magenta carpet....or lesbian action? Er. Anyway, thank you for your note! I love notes...
from floodtide :
Congrats on the button. I clicked on it - I assume this is a new d-land thing that takes one to a random entry within your diary, but I'd not heard of it elsewhere. Anyway, as a computer semi-illiterate, I know the exquisite small-victory joy of creating such a thing, and I salute you. Love, flood
from owenmeany99 :
anything but "islands in the stream".... how about "i am a rock" by paul simon: "I am a rock. I am an island"
from owenmeany99 :
thanks for the b-day wishes. i got a copy of coupland's hey nostradamus! i'll read it this fall....... thanks again! :)
from truth-review :
Thanks for the repetitive comments left in our notes. Maybe people would take our criticism more seriously if we spelling things correctly but that is none of your concern, and again, thank you. Sarah of Truth-Review. P.S. Your "help" came across very cocky. Mind your own business and our replies won't come across cocky.
from discodave :
Heh - I saw Late Review when they were saying he was much bigger over here than there - maybe people make pilgrimages over here? Dxx
from leonmcphelps :
I wasn't "excited" first of all, and second of all hairy back's are disgusting. Leon is hairless.
from owenmeany99 :
I have some CDs I've never even listened to 2.3 times! I have other CDs I've listened to 2.3 hundred times... My birthday is the 11th.... :)
from bluey-grey :
once i've screwed my head on the right way and stopped being an irrational emotional wreck, yeah i'll probably unlock my diary then. thanks for asking. i'll be okay. :o) xx
from likots :
HELLO PLEASE VISIT THE NEW REVIEW SITE. HTTP://CA-REVIEWS.DIARYLAND.COM THANKs
from floodtide :
Hello, beautiful, and thanks for your note. Everyone has written with kind concern, and I've been touched. You may remember that I trashed a local production of "Footloose" with little less than savagery. Well, as a result of an unanticipated Google search the director and other friends in that cast read that entry (and many others as well) and my name is shit with about forty people right now. As a result of my own vanity and arrogance and carelessness I've deeply hurt someone I love. The diary is locked for good, I think, and for now I'm giving passwords to NO ONE, to no one at all. I can't bear to open it to "some" but not "others." However: after a week or two of cooling off and recovering from my shame and embarrassment, I will indeed give passwords (I think, though not sure yet) and of course I'm honored that you wish to be included. More anon. Love, flood
from discodave :
You know, I'm not sure she'd actually come out in photos... ;) Oooh - New Coupland - I want! Dxx
from neuroticaa :
yay for The Cure!!
from thatmarygirl :
:)
from owenmeany99 :
by the way, when in august is your birthday? if i've missed yours, happy belated! if it's today, HAPPY BIRTHDAY! if it's in the future, happy pre-birthday! have you read all families are psychotic? i read it a few months ago - it's hilarious! you should read Paul Quarrington - i think you'd like him. check out the novel "Home Game"
from exhaust :
HAHAHAHAHA!! That rules.
from owenmeany99 :
I totally agree with your entry on dreams. I pay particular attention to dreams, and I try to write them down each morning. Whenever I dream of someone from my distant past, I can't help but wonder if that same person dreams about me. Then I think how unlikely it is that they do. Then sometimes, I dream of famous people. A few weeks or months ago, I had a dream that Jennifer Aniston left Brad Pitt for me. I don't even like her! I should sue her for entering my subconscious uninvited!
from zeroreverb7 :
ok..what do you want for your birthday???:) I love you Hugs kisses
from owenmeany99 :
hi there! thanks for the note! and happy early birthday. i noticed you have douglas coupland listed on your fav. authors. i've read most of his novels, and i love them. he has a new book out called "hey nostradamus" (it's on my birthday wish list!). anyway, thanks again for dropping by! O
from pollymagoo :
I was just reading an old entry of yours at random, where you talk about American Beauty carrier bags. This made me think of The Man Who Walks and the fact that I used to think of them as 'American Beauty carrier bags' but I now think of 'ghost bags'. And then I thought that you must have read The Man Who Walks (since then) and wondered what you thought of it. (The diary entry was actually about overthinking!). I kind of missed the sparkle of the female narrators/ central characters in his other books. There's a question in there for you somewhere, which I'm sure I could have asked much more briefly.
from discodave :
Oh lordy...twins? I'm sure they won't be evil as my sisters, though. My sister has possibly made herself into the perfect flatmate - she may well disappear to Turkey for 3 months whilst still paying all the relevant bills. Sounds perfect to me. Dxx
from floodtide :
I never thought much of fortune cookies before, but now I'm a believer! How absolutely perfect. Thank you. And thanks for the anniversary wishes, and the same to you - here's to our second year in d-land. Love, flood.
from beckhamisgod :
I'm a girl. I cry. Wish i didn't though.
from suitcasegirl :
well my moms friend still lives there and she says that you can still find them in markets where they sell meats
from pollymagoo :
Yes, it's the very same one. I don't know why she isn't read massively. Actually I don't know how you can tell that she isn't. I told you my grip on the technology was poor. I saw her play the other week and actually wished I didn't read her diary. She sings such personal songs, one was about how all her friends keep dying and I knew it was true because I'd already read about it. It felt a bit sneaky. Also, buying a t-shirt from her felt really weird because we were talking just about sizes and the relative shrinkage of 100% cotton v polyester-mix garments ( I was shy!) and I knew too much personal stuff. Felt overfamiliar and unfamiliar at the same time.
from beagle47 :
thank you, sincerely, gdc. peace.
from rhyme :
hi! and thank you! I do not know why I haven't left you a note before now; once I was planning to say something along the lines of "I think your diary is one of the most fun(!) ones here" but then I forgot. You know how it goes.
from pollymagoo :
Ooh I feel itchy with coincidence. Maybe we watched the same terrible bands on the street at the same time and felt the same admiration for the complete joy and lack of discernement of the whole day.
from floodtide :
What are you seeing at the Wooden O this time? I'm there in spirit - have a wonderful time. And I thought I was the only one who heard that voice - the jump-in-front-of-the-train-to-see-how-it-would-feel voice. Do you have the voice that tells you to jump off a cliff or through the windows on the top floor of a skyscraper? Sometimes I literally have to make myself back away from the edge. Love, flood.
from exhaust :
Hahahaha!! I just paid 1.62 around the corner... so, not bad. But, I'd have to drive a good 20 miles to get to the CHEAP station.
from damn-reviewz :
Hey I was just wondering if you would like to be reviewed? Let me know! -Amanda- :)
from floodtide :
Ack! You saw Mark Rylance's "Twelfth Night" at the GLOBE! I am beyond jealousy here. I've not been to London since long before Wanamaker's group got the thing up. Thanks for your note, and for your wonderful diary. I'll write more soon. Love, Flood.
from fcprincesse :
I've actually never tried vegemite myself, but I have a friend here who's obsessed with it and since she's not a gold member, she can't create diaryrings.
from carbonbased :
Hey :) sure I liked City of God too but I couldn't in my right mind recommend that anyone experience that scene with the little boy (you know the one)...man, and I thought I had a strong stomach...
from kittybukkake :
Super dumb, leaving the wrong comment in your guestbook. What a Trebilcock I am! My apologies, and hello to you. - Kitty
from a-splinter :
I was deleting some stuff I didn't need / that didn't matter / that was never looked at or used. So, no, I'm not deleting everything. No worries. Thanks for your concern though.
from fulminous :
So here I am, writing back to you like a month later. (laugh) I know, I'm dreadfully slow sometimes. But holy CATS, you link right to m-w.com, and how can I not completely love you? Note to self: Plunder girlsdontcry archive this weekend. (grin)
from a-splinter :
Actually, my liver is so damn healthy it annoys alcoholics. mm hmm.
from a-splinter :
thank you so much for your birthday wishes. I didn't get drunk because I don't drink. But if I did, I probably would have gotten drunk because I doubt I can hold my liquor.
from zeroreverb7 :
you just gave me a very much needed embrace and for that I thank you ...deeply...xoxoxoxo peace love cheers
from seanandjacob :
Thanks for calling us kooky, we'll probably never get dates again. By that I mean the fruit. Visit often.
from seastreet :
I've been reading your diary all night instead of watching my brand spanking new copy of The Royal Tenenbaums. My favorite word is schadenfreude, too, and your diary my bible.
from refluence :
GODDAMNSIGNMYGUESTBOOK.COM! I swear, if it's not one thing, it's another. Anyway, what I was going to type somewhere else: Dude, you would have won with "jellied eels".
from how-i-lie :
French musicals = death in London. Need we mention Notre fucking Dame? That was the short title of course... You've made me laugh, thank you!! I keep thinking of the South Park movie where they say something like "The Canadian government has apologised many times for Bryan Adams" Lola x
from how-i-lie :
Argh, the three times I sign your g'book, my damn work computer won't let me. Like working Saturday isn't bad enough? I agree about the beer, and you shop just like me! Lola x
from smellyfinger :
Smell my ostrich.
from how-i-lie :
LOL! How right you are! I took your advice today? "Can you tell me where the toilets are?" "Yes, I can. I'm not going to, but I can". "Where are my seats?" "Just down here with the other 1100". "Is the show good?" "Why don't you watch it and make your mind up for once..." Other such gems followed as my headache got worse. Muah! Luvya, Lola x
from jpeace121 :
ahahahahaaaaa yeah i did ,oh god, I said vaginal!!ahahahahaaaaa...you make me laugh!!! hugs peace
from why-not-me-2 :
guess what? i'm a middle child too, and i also don't really have a favorite anything or anything i particularly like...which makes choosing a major very hard...
from jpeace121 :
this is lovely. this entry is beautiful. it reminded me of my car accident last year...a woman held my hand the entire time the e.m.t's were trying to pry me out of the car...I never knew her name..she was in tears as I hang suspended upside down in that crunched wreckage...she kept me together. there is hope for us all yet eh? Cheers hugs
from architect :
hey gdc, thanks for the note. What a great idea about e-mailing the owners! I don't think I'd pay for them, but just ask if they'd let me have it. Then I'd get e-mail from the previous owner's friends! And yeah... in my life, it's pretty much always a girl that's the reason.
from jpeace121 :
I think you are absolutely wonderful...I keep trying to find my rage! but it just keeps getting beat up....its such a wimp..:) Peace Love and cheers..:)
from how-i-lie :
How cute! We have the same layout. LOL at your dictionary story, sometimes you wonder...
from hermioname :
well, i know you're gonna cry even if you don't want to. that's a girl's reputation.....

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