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from lass :
Can you just write "That's unpossible!" as your answer?
from thebeesknees :
Agreed!
from fridayfilms :
I'd most definitely NOT put 'crap' and 'lass' in the same sentence! But I know what you mean about Stephen King. The Girl Who Loved Tom Gordon was the last book of his I read and I loved it. It wasn't so long ago either, which makes me think that sometimes he just makes a bad decision.
from rs536-2000 :
I may be quoting you. Yes, bimbo! Yes, unprofessional! Feh, hot pink.
from thebeesknees :
Yes, I am apparently brimming with self-loathing. In all seriousness, though, I cannot stand that middle school girl on girl mentality (girl on girl in the vicious way, not the sexy way).
from rs536-2000 :
I responded in a similar vein and signed it: Best, Real Name [not Barbara!]
from rs536-2000 :
Yes, the request has been made and I will work on it.
from taliana1 :
Yup..that's the UofA i speak of. It's hard to wrap my brain around it tho, as I'm an ASU alumni. ;) I'd do it online tho, so only have to go there for 3 weeks.
from thebeesknees :
If you think you just need the paperwork and points counter and all of that crap, and don't need the threat of the weigh in, I will be happy to mail you my duplicate crap. As someone who has belonged 3 times now, I have plenty of overflow. You can also do it totally online if you want, but I find that I forget to keep track of my stuff and it doesn't work out for me.
from thebeesknees :
I lost a ton of weight on it when I did it the first time around. It works for me because you can theoretically eat nothing but crap in moderation and drink beers and still lose weight. I can't do the meetings thing, actually, so I just go for the weigh in. I at least can recognize that it is my lack of self control that propels my weight upwards, and there are a lot of whiny people with the "why me?" mentality who go to the meetings that I can't really stomach. You can learn some decent tips, but I mostly would weigh in and then leave. Depends what works for you, but the meetings were soul sucking for me.
from rs536-2000 :
20 minutes LLOOONNG.
from rs536-2000 :
No sabes que eres gato? Vete comer los ratoncitos! That's my thought. But you're closer to Mexico, so there should probably be a "chingado" thrown in there somewhere, right?
from boxer-briefs :
Hello! Thanks for the note the other day. I'll try an update more in 2007 ... looks like I have a lot of blog-reading to catch up on. Hope all is well with you! p.s. I do recall your fondness for Pizza Metro, which I passed the other day and thought about stopping cause I have yet to try it! -boxer-briefs (amanda)
from rs536-2000 :
Minister of State! That's excellent.
from rs536-2000 :
A hilarious rationalization. perfect.
from thebeesknees :
That wasn't a name drop at all!
from thebeesknees :
No, not rude at all! Actually I liked that he was hanging out down front instead of sitting up in the VIP douchebalcony. Just into the show, and probably praying that the dude next to me who was like "I TOTALLY SHOOK HIS HAND DOWNSTAIRS BRAH" whose presence at this show was totally inexplicable wouldn't make eye contact again.
from rs536-2000 :
yup, this was Lego-man. I have no dates coming up as of now and I am relieved.
from eggsaucted :
The ex-boss can't do as much as he used to be capable of since he moved to Kentucky, but after he finished teasing me he did offer to make a call and see if he could someone to talk to DM for me. I don't want to make the situation worse I just want it to away.
from jason75 :
having a buyers agent is a very new thing here. Probably used in less than 5% of all house type purchases. We havent gone that route. I am too much of a control freak!! I dont know where your new blog is. sausageroll@optusnet.com.au ---- have you joined me on myspace?
from jason75 :
The list of agents I wont deal with anymore had grown and grown. The agents over here generally work for the seller so you shop amongst different agents and agencies looking at all the properties. Soem of the agents are legit and some are just bodgy bastards. I dont know if we are getting closer or not@!
from rs536-2000 :
I love the exorcism idea. Well, except I would need to let an exorcist into my apt, which would be worse than having a cat in there.
from rs536-2000 :
Thanks--if I ever make it to Texas, I'd love to see you.
from monday-night :
i heard it was your birthday. have a happy one!
from rs536-2000 :
It might be fun to see whether I can scare him off in the first few minutes...but it might get my "auntie" in trouble and I wouldn't want to do that.
from rs536-2000 :
it's a big mystery. I do think it's a terrible narrative error, though you make a good point.
from eggsaucted :
I keep going back to that speed skating website and it just keeps getting weirder. Funny that we both commented to him about it. He's one of my favorite distractions at work and I regularly read through all of the comments he gets as well.
from rs536-2000 :
I'm thinking that the someone chasing me with a gun would successfully shoot me before I got to the 50 miles. SO i'm glad that there were no handguns involved.
from thebeesknees :
thanks, lady. hope you're doing as well as can be expected. xo.
from jason75 :
hey beautiful.. am I allowed to read? sausageroll@optusnet.com.au
from thebeesknees :
Thanks. You're sweet. Good times all around, eh? Cancer can eat me. Although, hopefully, not literally.
from reddirtgirl :
I'm sorry things are so rough right now.
from reddirtgirl :
I'm sorry to hear about your dad. He's lucky to have a daughter like you.
from rs536-2000 :
Thanks for the tip--I'll try it out!
from harri3tspy :
You should check out the Seeger sessions. I usually can't stand listening to Springsteen, but the two tracks I've heard from this are fantastic. The arrangements and band are wonderful and appropriate to the songs. It's very much a group sound, not a Springsteen ego sound, at least on the tracks I've heard so far. I'm looking forward to hearing the rest.
from rs536-2000 :
I too left you a guestbook entry yesterday. It didn't show up. I said: she has some nerve trying to claim the moral high ground after violating your privacy. So no, not ridiculous.
from harri3tspy :
I'm switching to notes, as none of the entries I write in anyone's guestbooks seem to show up these days (including several I've left for you over the last week or so). I'm really sorry about all of this (and thanks for the password). I'm not wild about real life friends reading my blog either. I giveout the address occasionally, but mostly only to people I don't see very often. My husband knows it, but has chosen not to read much to give me some space. I give him his space by not writing about him too much. I can see how someone who isn't a blogger might not see it as an invasion of privacy, seeing as it is a public forum, of sorts. Still, the fact that you wouldn't give her the link should have been a huge clue that she was tresspassing. Ugh.
from taliana1 :
oh dear. I know I've always feared that someone I know will read. If you lock up, I would like to continue reading. Hope you are well.
from sekritsquirl :
like plastic, plastic with lots of germs...gross! sometimes i dont wear underpants!!!!
from thebeesknees :
did you cut a rug, darling lass? can't wait to see the pics.
from beotch :
hey you're writing on here again!
from beotch :
hi!! when did you leave that? i'm thinking about writing again. i know not.
from eggsaucted :
Thank you so much for reaffirming what I try to believe in that I'm doing what's best for her highness, or at least trying. while it scares me to no end about him coming after us. I do know that legally he's pretty screwed, not paying a dime of child support or even offering to pay a dime of child support doesn't exactly put you in much of a position to ask for custody or visitation. Not that he couldn't make amends in the eyes of the law but it'll cost him more money than he has. I know you're going through a lot as well. Thanks for your support and kind words.
from fridayfilms :
I'm really sorry. It's hard enough to go through when you do have support and I truly feel for you, even though I don't know you and am a fairly new reader of your page. Can I suggest that you keep writing it out? That's helped me immensely, even if it's kept in a place where nobody will see. I'm only now starting to realize after 8 years of a loveless relationship that it's better (and harder) to extricate yourself from that type of situation than to preserve the status quo. You're very brave. And keep in mind that things will be better, even if not soon.
from willowfox :
Wasn't Ben Fong-Torres the Editor In Chief of Rolling Stone back in the day? Or at least a big wig? I could totally be lying, but that, I'm sure, would contribute to the magazine article thing. Which, if it's true, I'm sure you already know. I'm with you on the evil rag, darlin', especially after a ridiculously long week. I share your pain.
from rs536-2000 :
Are you coming back? I'm missing your updates! Hope you had a good Easter.
from thebeesknees :
You and me, lady, we are romantics.
from eggsaucted :
Thanks so much! I just had her try on the new spring dress we bought yesterday and even I of the most biased of them all was melted by her cuteness.
from liquid-mojo :
Mmmmmm.... NASCAR Meats.... *drool* Quite possibly the most random use of licencing a brand name ever.
from willowfox :
That was wicked exciting! And tasty!
from rs536-2000 :
Congratulations! It's nice to read that it's out there in the world.
from willowfox :
My favorite is when you talk about your charges and the EXCELLENT things they say to you. Today, however, I will say that "tiger hand" totally reminds me of that kid in The Shining who talks with his finger. Except cuter!
from rs536-2000 :
I am also in possession of a vicious tongue. I hope that you are feeling less hopeless...and you have my sympathies/empathies.
from harri3tspy :
Thanks for the ziti recommendation. Growing up in New England, ziti was ubiquitous -- church suppers, school hot lunch, you name it. Pretty much anywhere you could find a jello salad you were likely to find a tray of baked ziti. I have never encountered it here, but am really glad to know where I can find it. Especially since it's in relatively close proximity to the Newberry Library, my home away from home. Ziti here I come.
from rs536-2000 :
10 ho points! Nice. No one ever gives ME ho points. I accidentally wrote "ho pints"--I wonder what that could be?
from beotch :
not really writing, just mainly lurking. but ever present, don't you forget that. P.S. I would highly recommend NOT using the spray bottle technique. My last roommate, who they did not know, sprayed them with the spray bottle a few times and they sprayed diarrhea all over the white apartment for the next month until I moved. Risky.
from fridayfilms :
I'm sorry to say, but there's really no way to get those little lovelies to stop. The spray bottle worked on mine for all of 1 minute at a time (the time it took for him to wash up and be back in time for more scratching, basically). I once went so far as to dump an entire glass of water on his head (I was very tired and angry), but that only bought me another 10 or so minutes of sleep. If you do figure something out, please let me know.
from taliana1 :
That cat is just scary. Hope you have a great day. :)
from taliana1 :
I happen to like Kelly's album, but was surprised she won 2 Grammys. And while I love U2, they really didn't deserve to win for HtDaAB.
from taliana1 :
Before I went on vacation, we were on day 93 without rain. I'm thinking we're nearing day 100 w/o rain now.
from masala- :
How can you actively hate Meg Ryan? She's so...cute. *shakes head* And thanks. :)
from harri3tspy :
Mucinex DM rocks my world. Sorry you have need of it, though.
from willowfox :
Consider yourself dared. MAD dared. Make sure Fifi gets the Porche.
from harri3tspy :
How funny -- we've been calling AJ "Hef" as well. He looks so suave. I half expect him to show up in my bedroom in the morning with a cigar.
from willowfox :
you know, I was so touched by the SWEETNESS that is the dwidude's mission in life, that i just HAD to email him to call him on an idiotic and misused pop culture reference on his website, and we've been enjoying a back and forth email tirade where I tell him how horrifying it truly is, to do what he does, and he brags about getting a jury to call not guilty on someone who blew a .15 on a breathylizer test. I just thought you'd be interested... What a creep.
from masala- :
Oh, Austin... My favorite thing about the traffic here is how nobody ever checks before they change lanes. I literally have someone nearly sideswipe me two or three times a week. I would like to blame it on all of the college freshmen who have no idea where they're going, but over the years, I've become convinced that it's really the crazy natives who have no clue what they're doing. I've decided to hide in my apartment til the bad weather goes away just to avoid the crazy traffic. Benefit of being a student. ;) Be safe.
from thebeesknees :
but a lovable, vivacious dork.
from masala- :
It's still a *little* bit Bollywood. I dunno. It's finals and I'm doing a ton of papers on Bollywood-related things. Guess I'm just sort of burnt out. ;) Thanks.
from earthandseed :
thanks! :)
from candoor :
wow, you've been at this a long time... I was intrigued by your earliest entries and the way you named them... this is gonna take some time :)
from taliana1 :
I LOVED your Richard Scarry site yesterday. And wow..i LOVED the Berenstein Bears. ;)
from beotch :
o god. you are directly responsible for me just wasting an hour of my day on that site. i have some kind of problem with death row websites, if I find one, I have to sit there and read about all the grisly murders. I think my favorite part of your link was the person taking the transcription, and how he/she put on one of the (some Allah mumbling). hehehehehehehe
from taliana1 :
lol on the ashtray no smoking sign and the transporter. And why the heck have i never thought to use the sink as a beer cooler?? *sigh* ;) Happy T-day. :)
from beotch :
yes, my diaryland page is dead. Yet still, I lurk... much like a bear might lurk when waiting to chase someone.
from taliana1 :
Nightmares for me last night too. I was a journalist in a war zone, being held captive. I kept waking up, and then taking up where I left off when I fell back asleep. I hate being sick.
from fridayfilms :
That is really very strange. I had a dream some months ago that my partner was having dinner with Demi Moore, and I ended up leaving in a huff. She typically doesn't even register on my radar, so I'm not sure why. What is this strange power Demi Moore possesses, and where can I get some?
from beotch :
that's weird!! I just had a dream that I was being chased by a bear. For like 6 hours.
from siouxzqueue :
Thanks for the 411.
from siouxzqueue :
Thanks for the 411.
from willowfox :
I so greatly enjoy your talk of nannying and especially your conversations with the kiddos! Excellente! Funny funny! Brava! (alright, now the fake applause in my head is growing louder, probably meaning its for me because I emptied the trash half an hour ago. I must go and appease my fans).
from fridayfilms :
Just popping 'round to say hello and I'm hooked.
from rs536-2000 :
welcome back!
from reese219 :
Hi its me treesssa. this is my new diary now.If you add me to your favs please don't link me back to my old diary.Thanks. Also, could you please erase this note when you are done reading it?
from taliana1 :
What's still not fixed? I haven't noticed anything. Although my posts for help that I posted several months ago and my email of this week haven't been answered...
from myra-lee :
Howdy! I thought this might amuse you: http://movies.yahoo.com/mv/news/eo/20050526/111715152000.html
from masala- :
Graduate school. *grin* It feels like such a cop-out, but whatever. Congrats on the new kitty! She sounds like a cutie. :)
from rs536-2000 :
maisy is BEAUTIFUL--congratulations!
from rs536-2000 :
"charlas como chingas"--the translation I know--it's that somehow I can't make it make sense to me. ineptly? stupidly? no one wants you? could you ask your friend?
from boxer-briefs :
I can't wait for the pictures... no really, donde esta?
from semirhage :
Been waiting for the wedding update!! Ahhh! the suspense!! How much longer must I wait? (By the way - star wars geeks were all over toys'r'us at 12:01am this past saturday when the ep3 toys were released. I like Darth Tater, but not that much. I like sleep better.) OH! and my new digs - http://www.xanga.com/peligrosa
from harri3tspy :
Oh, my! Thanks for sharing that link. You totally made my day!
from thebeesknees :
Yeah, that whole Scientology scene gets the big thumbs down. Of course, Priscilla may be trying to morph into an alien so that she can get back to outer space with the other clam descendents. I'd write more but the thetans are overwhelming me today.
from harri3tspy :
Hmm. Maybe we could organize a virtual vigilante mob and start bombarding Andrew with demands! I want pictures, dammit!
from rs536-2000 :
I hope that you'll keep me posted if/when you jump ship. Have you received a response yet from d-land?
from thebeesknees :
Congratulations, lovely lass! Hope everything goes wonderfully, and that you two are able to avoid drama and concentrate on your delight with each other. xo.
from boxer-briefs :
Good luck with the wedding! Just go into knowing that something will go wrong, but that everything will be okay. The important thing is that you and S. are happy, in love and GETTING MARRIED! (okay, I sound like a Hallmark card. that is what working in corporate America will do to you...)
from harri3tspy :
It was me. Please don't call my mom.
from semirhage :
Holy crap - it's this weekend!! Good luck and congrats. I'm sure it will go wonderful. I'll be thinking of you & S and hoping that things go smoothly for you. Just think, after this weekend - it's all over!
from treesssa :
Aaaah! an anxiety dream before the wedding!I think we all have had them. Welcome to the club.
from treesssa :
Buckle My Shoe! Thats great! I will have to use that when I am mad instead of cussing like a sailor like I usually do.
from treesssa :
Girl! Fix those pictures! I want to see the plow disc grill! Sounds like something my dad and uncles would have made(they are southerners by the way).
from earthandseed :
Things are well. Plow Dog is well. How are you taking to the Texas winter? :)
from earthandseed :
It's good to see you still at it ol' girl. :)
from treesssa :
Wedding shoes...wedding shoes...Now, y'all need one fancy pair, for the ceremony and a pair of cheap/comfy slippers to wear for the reception. I wore white slip on mules types for the reception because no one saw my feet anyway. After the dancing started, those puppies ended up under a table somewhere.I wouldn't fret too much about the shoes, they are the last thing anyone notices on a bride. My friend made the mistake of having these real pretty victorian lace up boots.The most uncomfortable things in the world and it took forever to get on and off!Go for simple and comfy.
from treesssa :
Ha! That reminds me of the movie 'Scanners'.
from masala- :
You're right. They don't *all* suck. Just the ones that I happen to like... Anyhow, happy birthday. :P
from treesssa :
You don't need the gloves. I think its supposed to be in the high 50s lower 60s this weekend here.
from reddirtgirl :
Ooh, password please. reddishdirt@yahoo.com
from treesssa :
Could you send me the password? tmad1969@hotmail.com I love reading you, and would love to hear what you have to say.
from treesssa :
Oh sorry to hear about Koko!
from stumblebee :
Oh, no! I'm sorry about your kitty. :-( Hugs.
from reddirtgirl :
Oh no, I'm sorry about your sweet baby kitty.
from thebeesknees :
Awww, sorry about your poor kitty. Good long life or not, it's never easy.
from itsmylife :
Hey. You lay off my Celine! I'm not afraid to admit it. I like her!
from treesssa :
I tried it. It tastes like grape soda. No big thang. Just Cool packaging.I bet if i bottled beagle piss, with the same wrapper, it would sell just as well.Hmmm, now thers a concept....
from itsmylife :
Looks like Coke! And eewww...Mountain Dew! *barf*
from harri3tspy :
Love the new decor.
from eggsaucted :
Why thank you! That's high praise coming from you. If your mom and sister don't let you do things your way take a page from my book and don't show up. There are things in life that should be all about you, your wedding is one of them. Thanks again for the princess compliment.
from earthandseed :
I really need to pay more attention, old friend. Marriage, dresses, etc. Congratulations. I send the warmest wishes. I can also send Plow Dog to be the flower girl.
from treesssa :
About that dream you had...Have you been watching Scooby Doo a lot lately?Sounds like something from that show.Hehe Have a great day.Whats up with the wedding?Decided to elope yet?
from diosadebaile :
Well, y'know, every woman's gotta do what they feel is best for their own menstruation, but as an avid Keeper user, I gotta say don't knock it till you try it...I hate to preach but it really is the best thing I've ever tried, it's way more cost-effective, comfortable and discreet than tampons or pads and you can leave it in for so long that I find normally the public washroom thing isn't an issue because I can wait until I'm home in my own bathroom. Failing that, a bottle of water in the stall is super easy. I quit using tampons for 2 reasons. 1: the cost and 2: it's a major health issue, I didn't like the idea of fibres being left inside me at the end of my period, and as for those rumours that tampons leach blood out of you? Well my period has gotten shorter by 2 days since I stopped using them...so there you go. Just one girls story.
from treesssa :
Apparently those ding-bats that use 'nothing' are not concerned about washing bloody laundry and walking around smelling like feminine ooze!ACK!! I am guessing these are the people that have plastic covers on their furniture.If not...ewww!For Pete's sake there are a lot better causes in this world to be fighting for.(in valley-girl voice)I'm like soooo like grossed out totally!
from beotch :
he really is a monkey i think. he is always climbing in rafters on and the roof and shit. i heart monkey men!
from liquid-mojo :
Congratulations on the whole upcoming wedding thing. Man am I behind on current events... =p
from discodoll :
I just went through several pages regarding your wedding and I have one question, how can you stand all that? I plan on getting married soon if everything goes out as planned but we decided to get married in the city hall precisely because we want to avoid so much tension. So how can you stand all those thingies?
from treesssa :
Amen sista girl to the Ronnie hoopla comment! I'll have to look into that Chicago-crime thing you posted. Even though i am not so excited about moving back to the city, i do admitt the place has got some interesting history/happenings.
from diosadebaile :
Congratulations, both on your engagement and on managing not to eat the ring (as I surely would have done)!
from treesssa :
Yay!! Congrats!! Best of wishes to you both!
from harri3tspy :
The guestbook is dissing me again, so let's try this again as a note: Woo-hoo! Congratulations and best wishes to both of you. That's wonderful news (both the impending marriage and the lack of ring ingestion). And for the record, I know someone whose husband proposed in a similar fashion. She didn't swallow the ring, but she did break a tooth. Fortunately she seemed to think the whole thing was pretty funny. When people would come up to her and say, "Hey, is it true you're engaged?" She'd say, "Yes it is, want to see the ring?" And she'd open her mouth and point to her newly crowned molar.
from eggsaucted :
Haven't seen a single cicada. But her highness could use a nanny of your caliber, so if you run screaming up north when you decide the humidity is too much we'll be waiting. =)
from treesssa :
Thank you for the note and the mothers day wish!You're so sweet!Have a great rest of the weekend!
from eggsaucted :
Thanks dear! You're sweet
from earthandseed :
Are you ever going to fix that underpants problem?
from monkeymitten :
Lass! Thanks so much. Your note was the balm for my hives. I actually wouldn't mind teaching one bit. I also would like to see about a job at the University of T. so I can rack up some credits toward a masters by night. As for apartments, I'd been looking on Craig's List, and the options there were cooling my already cold feet. In any case, I'll be down for a scouting mission some time in the coming months. Perhaps I'll drop you a line. Thanks again, mm
from monkeymitten :
Hey, thebeesknees told me you recently moved to Austin. I'm thinking of moving there from Brooklyn in August. How did you find your home there? How did you find your job? Where do you work? I'm thinking about making some appointments to see apartments and then taking a few days' visit and picking one then, and moving not long after. Also: I don't have a car. Is this all a lost cause? Please write back. Thanks, Stacia (aka monkeymitten)
from diosadebaile :
I'm partial to the Paper-mate flexigrip ultra in blue or black ink, but I've been thinking of branching out to purple. The Uni ball is nice, very, however I find the ink smudges too easily when brushed with your hand after writing.
from opensecret :
"I don't floss." (Wry baby) I want a baby so I can buy that!
from rs536-2000 :
Love in the time of the gun-toting dumbasses has to be the BEST TITLE EVER!! Not magical realism--just fucked up realism...
from reddirtgirl :
Aw! I'm blushin'. Thank you.
from treesssa :
oh my god! I fantasize about 'the white duke' and his 'Labrynth' hair!He is the ipitome of coolness!LOL
from rs536-2000 :
you and your nice days and your long walks...FEH, i say. ok, really I'll just plead with you to send it to the northeast SOON!
from eggsaucted :
Development is interesting. I was in public services at the Field and that has its own special issues. I like work in Museums, so we'll see.
from eggsaucted :
Ok, pictures soon I promise! When I get the new computer next week I'll finally be able to use my digital camera and scanner again, right now they are desk accessories and expensive paperweights. So in celebration I'll buy a gold membership and post to my hearts content! OK???
from taliana1 :
I'm so sorry for your loss. *hugs*
from beotch :
I'm sorry to hear of your friend, Lassie. Let me know if I can do anything from this end.
from beotch :
Disturbing: "If You Want To Get Ahead, Get A Maggie."
from eggsaucted :
Oh and did I mention that I'm getting a new car and a new computer because I hate both of the ones I have now and neither of them work properly??? Your note made me laugh when I read that, since that's exactly what I'm doing.
from eggsaucted :
You and your 83 degrees! Oh yea, I can top that. It's going to be 33 degrees here today. so NYAH!
from treesssa :
Hi Thanks for the note. Yeah, its really heart breaking to watch all this happen and there isn't a damn thing i can do about it.Thanks again. I appreciate it. And also, yes, of course you should go into how you met S!! Inquiring minds wanna know girl!!!
from beotch :
omg! i'm so glad the cat came home.
from eggsaucted :
The sun keeps peeking out here. But yes definately snow.
from eggsaucted :
It's snowing here today! Don't you miss Chi-town?
from rs536-2000 :
Glad to hear that you are feeling better!
from plusorminus :
Oh gosh! You need to go to Esther's Follies! I went tonight and had the best time. It really is fabulous.
from plusorminus :
He should be ashamed of himself.
from eggsaucted :
Thank you for your kind words! All of diaryland is being so wonderful and supportive its making the impossible seem a little bit easier.
from treesssa :
Yep i like Dog of Glee. I couldn't find a template for him though. Take this Happy Bunny test.http://quizilla.com/users/yourgoodfriend/quizzes/which%20happy%20bunny%20are%20you%3F I'm "Kiss My Ass Bunny".lol
from rs536-2000 :
Good thing that you aren't a medical student. Med students are the worst with self-diagnosed self-torture!
from apothecary :
Well, at the moment I'm on the verge of dropping dead. I just finished a big deadline minutes ago and I'm spent. Guff. (yes, guff.) I will write you something more coherent later.
from eggsaucted :
Thanks Lass! That does help. I wish my grandmother and my daughter would have quality time together and I wish my daughter would be able to have lasting memories of the woman who loved her so dearly and who has been absolutely crazy about me my whole life. I don't think that will happen, but it seemed like it would until recently. Your note gives me hope that she will have something to remember of her.
from treesssa :
I love her too. I just downloaded some songs from the Coal Miner's Daughter soundtrack. Haunted houses are a good time. Have fun!
from treesssa :
I love her too. I just downloaded some songs from the Coal Miner's Daughter soundtrack. Haunted houses are a good time. Have fun!
from diosadebaile :
Hey Lass, just wanted to say a belated thank you for last weeks note. I'm sure I'll get over my self-indulgent surliness soon. (yay for aliteration!)ps. Glad your move went well. :)
from plusorminus :
I *loved* the snow! It iced over last year, which was really disgusting, and you should be happy that that didn't happen. Last night, it was beautiful... By the time I woke up this morning, though, the snow was gone, which was sad. But indeed, I think the only good places to have snow are those in which there is a high concentration of college students and NEVER any snow. Meh. You should've come up to campus last night and laughed at all of the stupid kids running around. Snow's the best.
from harri3tspy :
Yuck. Even though there is no way this is the cause for the pinkish cast to the filter in my Brita, you have inspired me to chuck the whole thing and buy a new one. I don't think boiling's going to be enough after that story. And now I have another excuse to drink nothing but coffee this afternoon.
from veg :
My computer, it is so useless. I can see you sent me a message, but I cannot actually OPEN the message in order to read it. Gah. Til tomorrow, then...
from veg :
Oh no... was it Astra? (since she seems to be the one who hangs out underneath heating devices) Poor kitty.
from treesssa :
Did you get to see the giant Cross off of I-40? I think it is east of Amarillo?I got to see it for the first time this past august while traveling to Texas. That thing is HUGE!!! I, myself, am not a religious person, but it seems there were tons of old churches off that strip of I-40. I stayed in Joplin MO on the way back to Chicago. I remember going to the Krystal's, which is a hamburger joint not unlike White Castle(gag). Yep, things are different in Texas thats for sure!Everything is bigger, butts, hair, trucks...etc Just so you know, we got a ton more snow last night. But at least its not as freezing cold as it was before. I think its almost 30F here. I hope you like it there!Good Luck to you!!Have some Tex/Mex food for me!!
from earthandseed :
I disagree about the "best city in Texas" statement. ;) Also, I've always found 'my dingaling" to be a very disturbing song. Especially with Chuck's fondness for young girls, and taking them across state lines. Glad you made it down safely. Happy B-day to S.
from plusorminus :
Austin *is* wonderful. :) Best city in Texas.
from treesssa :
No, don't cry! I would love to go where you are going!!! Just keep in mind, you can always come back and visit!!Go Texas girl go!!!Chicago caca...Texas good.lol
from beotch :
la la maggie can't read la la showed up at the rainbo la la
from beotch :
you know... i would probably show... at the Rainbo.
from treesssa :
I loved Capt. Kangaroo!! And Do you remember Ray Rayner? He died this week too!I think he was just Chicago based. Sheesh! I feel pretty old. Most people don't know who Ray Rayner or Capt. Kangaroo are! My best memories are waking up early in the morning to watch Ray Rayner and his silly little goose Chelveston. Capt. Kangaroo came on saturday mornings. Aah depressing to know they are gone.
from beotch :
reading that just made me feel sad, like I was the one leaving Chicago. Or maybe I'm just sad cause I've lived here for 5 years and havent been to most of the places you listed. Will I ever be cool and do cool things? Sigh.
from beotch :
sank oo. just got two shots in the ass cheeks. ill be sure to write all about it in my diary when i can hold my head up by myself for more than five minutes.
from treesssa :
Oh My gawwwwd!!LOL That is my fav loony toons cartoon!I love that big fat horse!hehehe Are we on the same brain wave this week or something? Melba is my aunt's sister. I think i have a couple of pictures of Melba and the family somewhere around here.My cousin stayed with George and Tammy for a while and old George got drunk and chased him up a tree. My husband is a big George fan so he loves to hear the stories.
from plusorminus :
My mother's convinced the warm weather is going to result in snow once the next cold front comes through. I prefer 70 degree Januaries to snow any day...
from hiddenbeyond :
hey, i locked my diary so i just wanted you to know the username is "hiding" and the password is "tears". --laura
from rs536-2000 :
Thanks. My friend's sister was wearing a more revealing shirt [and her's are bigger] so I was thrilled and well accompanied. Anyway, she's at a NYFD fire-house right now getting laid and I'm home, but...my cat is better compamy.
from beotch :
Ashton Kutcher= totally unappealing. I demand a recount on that vote, by the way. Actually, there is someone worse to spend an evening with than Ashton Kutcher, I'm thinking: whoever it is that writes the diary that is being advertised by a banner ad I'm looking at right now reading "You live in your world. I live in mine. I NEED TO LET GO."
from beotch :
I am hereby declaring the 25th of every month Sex Appreciation Day. Thus, if you SOMEHOW haven't been appreciating it for the other 29 or so days prior, you can have it with joy and impunity. Are you with me, or are you with me? Eh, anyway, I'm doing it, that's all that really matters. Every day is Sex Appreciation Day for me now!
from harri3tspy :
Dissed by your guestbook again! I hope it gets coal in its stocking. I really want to get a job writing spam names. I really don't want to hear that their just some randomizer. I prefer to think that someone actually dreams up things like Nesting I. Incline. Have a great Christmas yourself. Don't spend it all packing.
from diosadebaile :
That catalogue was CRAZY!!!! My favourite part about the second item you highlighted was "may not be legal in all areas" !!!! That said, have a happy holiday.
from treesssa :
Happy Holidays to you and yours!!
from plusorminus :
I just wanted to say thanks for your response in my notes. :) That was really wonderful and it made me feel 150% better about people in general... Merry Christmas!
from girlygirl72 :
That is the nicest Christmas story I've ever heard.
from monday-night :
playing catch up...trying to KEEP up. so, oh my god you are so close to austin! your enthusiasm is catching, i'm all sorts of happy for you. xo.
from diosadebaile :
Thanks! My comments on Buddhism aren't meant to offend, it just seems that around these parts Buddhism, ironically, appears to be reserved for the affluent. At least in the case of my family and friends. I just find it odd that everytime I meet another person from the Buddhist centre here, they all live in huge houses in the suburbs and drive SUV's. But the actual celebration of Christmas isn't really linked to specific religious ties for me or my family, so we celibrate it as time to spend together bonding as we drive up a ski hill in said SUV while my brother guides us all in meditations on the 14th Karmapa Lama. But whatever floats your boat right?
from beotch :
:>
from abbey-b :
y0. I was just bored shitless and browsing through diaries til I came across yours. Thought I'd say Hi all the same :). Ciao Loverbutt. Abbey x
from treesssa :
Aw Lass! I know what you mean about chicago not feeling like home anymore. I felt that way too when i traveled out of state. Unfortunatley, i had to come back to Chicago, and i have to stay here. Its weird because, i have lived here all my life, and once i visited down south, i felt like i was comfortable and "home". I came back to Chicago, and it felt as though something was missing, it just wasn't the same. Its like i long to go back there and stay forever. I'm really glad you get to move there. Its not often people find "their home".Good luck with the move and have a safe trip back and forth.
from treesssa :
Hi, Thanks for adding me! Good luck with your trip! I'm sure you will do just fine at the friend's party.I'm sending good vibes your way. T
from harri3tspy :
Very funny. Do you know about the google search for "weapons of mass destruction?" If you haven't tried it, search that phrase then click "I'm feeling lucky." Have a wonderful trip!
from harri3tspy :
Ha ha! AJ, too, is currently concerned with the anatomically correct. He gravitates towards any doll he can find and instantly demands that all its clothes be removed, much to the mortification of my husband. I myself find it infinitely entertaining and am happy for him to be properly informed.
from banshee-rose :
yahoo mail sucks. try www.myway.com ive tried a lot of different emails this one is my favorite of them all.
from chickie-legs :
dude you talked to mr rogers? thats insane and by the way, Im shocked you still haven't figured out why i was a pirate. come on woman get with the program! and by program I mean the one that finds out why i was a pirate!
from treesssa :
Ah ok thanks for the book link. The song is by GJ?WOw!! I thought i was a pretty good country music buff but , i guess not. LOL My cousin actually lived with George and Tammy for a while. I feel i should have known this.LOL My aunt is the sister of Melba Montgomery, who is good freinds with George.I feel like a failure because there are country music roots in my family and i didn't catch that song.LOL Thanks! I slept for 5 hours today, so i'm good to go, i think. Have a good rest of the night! Teresa
from treesssa :
Its an Elvis Costello song, but i forget which one. Hmm Whats the Mr. Roger's Book called? I love Mr. Rogers!
from harri3tspy :
Hey, I bought that book today too! Cornballs of the world unite!
from diosadebaile :
I think it's really funny that the New Pornographer's are "Canadian Based" like the whole of Canada is just one small city, but meh, at least Vancouver is an identifiable city to you Americans;P. Actually, I didn't realize Neko Case and the New Pornographer's were so well known, I guess I've taken them for granted seeing as they perform in both Edmonton and Vancouver quite often as they're local. I've seen Neko a whole bunch o' times both by herself and with Carolyn Mark, she's great, you're gonna really enjoy her show. But you already knew that!
from kittycatbone :
Re 'Not sure what it means...' I know that feeling! This happens to me all the time. My dreams are extremely vivid, it's surprising how powerful they can be. And when the same thing comes up like that, something so placeable yet completely incomprehensible...it can be a little freaky.
from taliana1 :
*giggle* you crack me up. your comment for me on your profile page is too funny. I had to use 1 because taliana was taken...which was me, but i forgot the password and no longer had access to the email account i signed up with. :)
from harri3tspy :
Thanks for "Rabbit, Run," which made me laugh so hard I spilled my tea, narrowly averting a computer disaster. It also reminded me of a wake I went to a few months ago where the great-grandson of the deceased (aged 4) crawled around on all fours barking for the entire event and insisted on eating the cookies in the family break room from a plate on the floor.
from harri3tspy :
You can get a ticket for driving barefoot? Really? Wow, I could have been in some more trouble! As for boarding school, it was only for a term and it was my choice and I did love it. My family was moving from the east coast, where I'd spent much of my life to the midwest, where I hadn't lived since I was a baby. I had only been in my current school for a year, and I was feeling very surly and sulky about the whole thing. I threatened to drop out of school altogether and I was bribed with Europe. I will admit that I had a serious fascination with boarding schools in books -- not just Sara Crewe, who was indeed a favorite, but a book called Charlotte Sometimes and another called What Katie Did at School. And of course Jane Eyre. Why the first or last in that list would make anyone want to actually go to boarding school, however, is anybody's guess. Perhaps it appealed to my teenage martyr complex. Along with my dyed-black hair.
from harri3tspy :
Yup, they don't let us become card-carrying moms until we pass the bodily fluids tolerance test. It never fails to amaze me how much liquid can come out of a human head in such a short period of time. How is it possible to have any room left for a brain? Come to think of it, that may explain a lot. I'm glad you're feeling better. I was also glad to hear that someone else has been arrested for something just as stupid as I was. I didn't have to tell the parents, though. I was in boarding school at the time. We just got chewed out in a tirade of incomprehensible French by the headmaster and had to do extra work detail. It was totally worth it.
from harri3tspy :
Yuck. I am extremely sympathetic, having gone through a record number of Kleenex boxes in the last week myself. Burt's Bees makes a killer bath crystal for cold relief. I forget what it's called, but it's amazing. I hope you're feeling better soon.
from harri3tspy :
Oy. People like that give a bad name to us suburban moms. And for the record, I, for one, took no offense on your comments. Quite the contrary. I am grateful for any exemption I can get from any vampirical tendencies you might possess.
from rs536-2000 :
I think Roseanne's routine about comments like the "extra weight" comment was something like, "When was your lobotomy, sweetheart?" Those people have no blood!
from treesssa :
"Extra weight"?!!! Oh lawd have mercy!That woman is in desperate need of smacking!Speaking as a suburban housewife here,(not something i am proud of, mind you)i wouldn't drink suburban blood either. It makes you want to sell Mary Kay(or Avon, if you are a redneck suburbanite) products and have Tupperware parties!Oh woe is me.
from harri3tspy :
There were two sisters in a program I used to run at Schurz High School named Finesse and Essence. We kept wondering if their mom was making her way down the shampoo aisle.
from opensecret :
*Salinger.
from opensecret :
Sanlinger syndrome. Hard to outgrow.
from eggsaucted :
Until I actually figure out my work situation, I can't even begin to figure out my childcare situation. When I'm ready to face that, I'll take all the information you have to offer. Thanks!
from apothecary :
Did you know that signmyguestbook sucks? I sign one person's guestbook and then it won't let me sign another's because it's too soon. Whatever. Anyway, I perked up; no need to send over homemade chicken noodle soup or whatever. But what I really came here to say was: "Skoal, Justin"?? What do it mean?
from hiddenbeyond :
yes! an army of lauras. sure i'll join ^^
from harri3tspy :
Your guestbook does not like me. I have never succeeded in actually posting there. Ah, well. Let's see, where was I? What part of "wild animal" does that woman fail to understand? God God, what idiocy. On a happier note, I hope your weekend is fantastic and involves absolutely no lederhosen. I caught an episode of Mr. Rogers yesterday where some guy was playing "Tree, Tree, Tree" on the alphorn. Shudder. No lederhosen. No.
from treesssa :
Yes, that woman that put her arm in the wolf's pen should be shot...no, i change that. She should be put in a cage with 150 people sticking their arms and hands in there and try to touch her, THEN be shot. Have a good day!=)
from diosadebaile :
even though you and several other people have attempted to instruct me on the link situation, I still haven't figured it out, so I admire those who have. Also, I'm really glad that you add those links considering that I just realized that your links to CNN and FOX are pretty much the only places I get any news at all. In short, you are my news. Is that sad? Yes. Do I like it that way? Absolutely. Keep it up.
from chickie-legs :
I know right! All those links LOOK easy and fun, but it takes a long time to do all that crap! ha ha :)
from saellys :
Just as I ventured onto your blog and read 11/8's 10:03 post, I had Ben Folds' "The Luckiest" in my head. As in, before I even read the post. No, really! It was so cool.
from harri3tspy :
I think you might be right about that. AJ's sleep patterns are all screwed up too. There is clearly something calamatous going on. Oh, and in case I don't manage to get here this weekend, have a great birthday.
from harri3tspy :
I hope you catch the next bus out of Cranky Town. Although I personally do like a good wallow in crankiness every now and again. Grrr.
from harri3tspy :
I am beyond jealous. But I will be big and will see if I can find my grandmother's kick-ass recipe for persimmon cookies around here somewhere. Yum.
from harri3tspy :
It's hard to trump a good butt steak, although I myself have always been partial to the standing rump roast. Then again, I am a vegetarian.
from harri3tspy :
It is different with your own kid, but that doesn't mean your responses as a parent make more sense than your responses as a caretaker. In fact, it's sometimes the opposite -- it's impossible to be objective. Plus there are plenty of parents who spend less time with their kids than it sounds like you do with your charges. In any case, AJ and I spent a good half an hour trying on jewelry today to make up for yesterday's lapse. It was fun.
from harri3tspy :
It's not that I'm worried about AJ, but that I feel disappointed in myself. I wouldn't think twice about it with someone else's kid. I'd probably be happy to see it. But as a parent, I feel a drive to normalize. I really think it's a protection instinct gone awry. But enough about me. Sorry about your conversation with the charges. That must have been tough. I slide a metaphorical bourbon down the bar in your general direction.
from harri3tspy :
Sounds like you've had an intense weekend. I could hardly stand to read about the wake. Makes me want to hug AJ tight. Your broccoli entry, on the other hand, made me laugh so hard I spit out my coffee.
from liquid-mojo :
You are scaring me with that broccoli obsession... ;) Actually it's pretty good stir-fried and it's the absolute bomb in a Tempura.
from capt-anne :
Well you know, I tried to be all snooty about it and write about the big picture of it all... but to be honest, my brother and I spent a lot of time farting around with the snowglobe, laughing our heads off while we shook it, shouting "Rough seas ahead, arrr!" ...Ah well. No one's perfect. ;)
from harri3tspy :
Hey, you're in my neck of the woods today! I hope you survived. That's a lot of daycare.
from eggsaucted :
Thanks! I think so too, but I'm a little biased. She's likely to be my only one and can do no wrong, except not sleep enough. Congrats on all your good news!
from harri3tspy :
Thanks for posting this. I knew Smith in college, although not particularly well. What a shock.
from harri3tspy :
Thanks for the good wishes for AJ. I think I'm probably in your camp on the Plath film too. Lots of reviewers (including, if I remember correctly, Anthony Lane in the New Yorker) seem to be bending over backwards saying how good Paltrow is in this role, but I find it difficult to believe that I'd be satisfied. I hadn't thought of Taylor. I bet she'd be fabulous.
from harri3tspy :
A huge congratulations on the house. How can you stand the waiting. If it were me, I think I would have packed everything already and would be sleeping on the floor next to moving boxes for the next few months.
from chickie-legs :
Okay I just thought I sent a message, but I don't think it worked..anyway, I hope you get your house, I know how hard that is. Well, not personally, but people have told me, well namely, you..but yeah. Also, I totally envy you that you were 'not in the mood for dinner'..I have gained like 30 lbs in the past year, it's ridiculous. I seem to have a love/love relationship with ice cream as of late.
from harri3tspy :
As the subject is food, I feel compelled to comment. A moving tribute indeed, but in our house, the sole purpose of existence for lettuce is to rot in the drawer, thus forcing me to clean the refrigerator at least occasionally.
from trapidi :
is this the 1st time ur in luv? luv is a hard thing to do...trust me...check out my older enteries and u will c what i mean.
from harri3tspy :
Ceci n'est pas un pie.
from saellys :
Wooo, nifty new template. Now that song's in my head. Even though I'm listening to Radiohead.
from harri3tspy :
It creeps me out just thinking about it, which I find I've been doing more than I would like lately. I think it was Donna Tartt's The Secret History, which I finally got around to reading a couple of weeks ago, that brought it up. High school students are perhaps the last people who should be reading Lord of the Flies.
from eggsaucted :
Thanks for the tip o the hat and adding me as a favorite. I'm always surprised when I discover that people actually read my diary.
from harri3tspy :
Now I'm totally jonesing for a veggie reuben. I'd better go find me a deli.
from harri3tspy :
mmm....sauerkraut. But seriously, what's in a vegetarian Reuben? Sauerkraut and dressing?
from beotch :
your next entry is number 2200!
from stumblebee :
I don't know why I even bother to sign the guestbook anymore. It just makes me mad and steals my entry. I don't remember what I came here to say, but I am so happy for you!
from pinklady877 :
wow. i cannot believe that children talk like that. that's amazing. well, glad you had a great time on your trip! i look forward to hearing more about it. :) much love, kristine
from harri3tspy :
Perhaps the Chamber of Commerce isn't really interested in any new business. As for missing Plimpton and Palmer, well, it seems to me that you had much better things to do than read obituaries. I'm glad somebody has her priorities straight.
from harri3tspy :
Hmm. I guess html doesn't work in notes. live and learn.
from harri3tspy :
Welcome back. Comfort does NOT look comfortable, unless you like being stalked by stealth helicopters. But you could have gone to Seguin, whose claim to fame is the home of what used to be <A HREF="http://www.texastwisted.com/attr/pecan/">the world's largest Pecan</A>
from harri3tspy :
Godspeed. Have a great weekend in the Lone Star State.
from opensecret :
David, how are you? How's life?
from harri3tspy :
My pleasure. I particularly enjoyed the well-researched multicultural and gender-equal touches in the interactive link.
from harri3tspy :
No offense taken: Number of Johnny Cash albums owned: 5 Number of times watched "Columbo" episode with Johnny Cash: at least 4 Number of "Threes Company" episodes viewed: 1 Number of "8 rules" episodes viewed: 0
from harri3tspy :
Thanks for your homage to The Man in Black. Saves me the trouble of tracking down links this afternoon. But I notice you didn't devote any obituary space to John Ritter. Are you dissing Jack Tripper?
from saellys :
My year is hereby made. Thanks a ton!
from saellys :
Howdy Lass, I'm a long-time reader, first-time writer. Wanted you to know I've just added you to my favorite diaries list, and to have you add my blog to your list would pretty much make my year. So if you get a chance, do drop by the Blogarama, and hopefully you'll deem it worthy of a mention on your profile. ;^) Thanks a bunch!
from jason75 :
Henry ROllins may well now be the tattooed Bono... pretntious bastard BONO.. grrrrr.. anyhows.. glad all is well
from harri3tspy :
And don't even get me started on pudding. At least they don't have terrorist barricades.
from harri3tspy :
Many thanks for the quick response! I don't know how Amazon didn't turn up when I searched, but I just ordered the CD. I now have notes turned on, but I feel so privileged having an entry addressed to me.
from tpicasso :
i really like the new design...
from liquid-mojo :
Ah, it makes sense. You seem to have a really good thing going with your landlord and all. Sorry to hear you are eventually leaving this fine city however. Hopefully you will be onto "bigger and better" things.
from liquid-mojo :
Woah, I didn't know you were moving... How is the move going for you? Are you still going to be in/by the city?
from reddirtgirl :
Oh and whoops, #5. What is the most romantic thing anyone has ever done for you?
from reddirtgirl :
Eh, stupid signmyguestbook . . . 1. What is the freakiest thing you believe in (i.e., ghosts, karma, fairies, the Earth Goddess, whatever)? 2. Who do you think is the most overrated person of our time? 3. People: basically good, basically bad, or neither? 4. What's the kindest thing anyone has ever done for you?
from liquid-mojo :
I guess I've done my good deed for that day with that baby then... ;) SMGB has been really quirky, so I'm not surprised about the troubles you have been having with it. Too bad really because I would have loved to have seen that brilliant comment. I've been meaning to add you to my buddy list for a while now, ever since you left those comments in em's guestbook, but for some reason or another I haven't gotten around to it until recently. But I guess I can make up now for all the stalking you have been doing to me. ;)
from diosadebaile :
I feel your packing pain. My step-father had SIXTY FOUR, four cubic foot boxes of books when we moved. And he's read them ALL.
from malex :
I'm not sure if you noticed, but you just hit your 2000th entry the other day! Congratulations! Hehe.
from diosadebaile :
yeah, Edmonton does one thing absolutely perfectly and that is the Folk Festival. Today I saw Solomon Burke again and he married a couple on stage as he is a bishop in which ever church he's in. It was wild! Also, have you hear of Eric Bibb? Probably, if not check him out yesterday, he's THAT good.
from opensecret :
Thank you. I might not need them 'til spring. Money's tight and tuition is escalating. They'll wait for me though, I'm sure.
from stumblebee :
Hee! You're the best.
from fairlywell :
Augh, the guestbook server did funny things and posted twice. So I'm shunning it. But, oddly, the one that I edited came first, then the mistype. Oops?
from pinklady877 :
hehehehe kids are the greatest
from opensecret :
ready
from opensecret :
death to the birth of townhomes and condos!
from diosadebaile :
thanks for the note Lass, I find your notes to be really encouraging.
from opensecret :
I am a bit raw right now. My skinís peeling. Tell me about your vacation. Give me anecdotes to mull over.
from jevus :
I love you just messin with ya but i'm glad to see more fans of MC5 there should be more though don't you think hah the names kevin i no you don't but pleaze if you care about MC5 I think you might like me mwahahaha plus i'm evil HAHAHAHAH < Evil Laugh
from opensecret :
I came back because I missed reading you and my other buddy list darlings. I want to get all of you guys together at a backyard barbecue and drink mai tais until dawn.
from pinklady877 :
username: pinklady password: unlockme--i have been reading you for a while now. i love your diary so much! much love, kristine
from opensecret :
What's the one thing I should accomplish this summer?
from kate-nz :
I just found out about the random entry thingee here - thank you for the alert to it! It's fun to use on another diary, but spooky to use on your own - somehow my entries miss their context! Something is going on with you, so i hope you're ok, can you see the love and hugs flying over the pacific towards you from me? (couldn't add this in guestbook - don't know why!)
from beotch :
hee!
from diosadebaile :
I think that pirate joke is funny! It actually made me laugh out loud. Don't know what that says about my mental state but I'm willing to chalk it up to a youthful sense of humour.
from opensecret :
(oh, I clicked 'done!' twice. delete the excess, or revel in my stupidity)
from opensecret :
It went better than expected--senior prom. I didn't get drunk but I wished I did, especially when I woke up to a german shepherd sticking her tongue into my mouth.
from opensecret :
It went better than expected--senior prom. I didn't get drunk but I wished I did, especially when I woke up to a german shepherd sticking her tongue into my mouth.
from reddirtgirl :
But who will you MARRY?? Inquiring minds want to know. I want to know. Should we just assume it's Ira?
from darkfairy13 :
cool diar ^_^
from diosadebaile :
No kiddin' does anybody even READ Redbook? Of all the things to censor...
from opensecret :
Really? Cool? Maybe it's just my self-deprecation talking, but I feel like such a nerd. (Coke bottle glasses not included.)
from diosadebaile :
Hah! You are champion of the Haiku wars then are you? Well then, as you may be tiring of deffending your less than challenged title, I suggest you raise the stakes. E-less Haikus are the ultimate level in Haiku wars, it's a whole different level of thought on the simple syllable count. Try it. I think it will suite you.
from opensecret :
I always tell people that I'm a forty-year-old woman going through a midlife crisis. I say, "Yeah, I'm just pretending to be a teenager, because I feel like I missed out on my best years." Librarians--they are a special breed, aren't they?
from diosadebaile :
Yeah, Kerouac is one of those things I try to like because I feel like I should, and while his writing style is good and was new at the time he was writing, the content leaves much to be desired in my books anyway. I mean, how much can one person stand to read about drunken orgy's and hopping trains? I get it, he was a bum! But my old entries are pretty hilarious, I got all of that from about 3 entries, I don't know if i even want to read the rest. You should post some older ones, then we can make some sort of blast from the past club, and all hang our heads in embarrasment and shame. Together.
from opensecret :
Old as in The Golden Girls old?
from beotch :
Did I tell you about the time last summer when I came home from a walk at like, 11 pm and there was some sweaty guy with long hair standing by the door to my apt.? He claimed that some guys used to live here (in my studio apt) that owed him money. THEN he claimed to live next door (I know everyone who lives there) and told me he would pay me to give him a ride somewhere. As cabs whizzed by out front. This city must be where all the creepy fuckers gather to do their dastardly deeds!!!
from beotch :
hi.
from reddirtgirl :
That is too hilarious. I guess I just haven't lived in a lawn goose-rich environment up to now? Yeah, the store in the picture had tons of possible outfits for your lawn goose or geese, but I'm pretty sure none of them involved a harness.
from diosadebaile :
Ahhh Lass...I've been surpressing my feelings for you for weeks, and now I must come clean, not only are you my favourite of favourite diaries (I read you in reverse untill I hit where I left off first thing when I sign in) but now you have to go and be really nice and help me out in the Link situation. You're so sweet, thanks a bunch!
from beotch :
Wow. Reading that note was the best imaginable way to start my day, how pathetic is that???
from diosadebaile :
thanks for the info, I will definitely try to avoid Peeps weilding persons at all costs.
from reddirtgirl :
How nice that we're sharing him now! I'd hate for him to come between us.
from diosadebaile :
I'm having a hard time getting the concept of these Peeps, what's in the middle? Are they like Twinkies or something? I'm Candadian so I don't know these things. Thanks
from jason75 :
come on yahoo! stupid guestbook wont let me sign again
from diosadebaile :
Thanks a lot for adding me to your favourites. It's good to know people actually read me, although now i feel some pressure to maintain... ah well. Love your diary, it's smart and funny. You sound like a great girl.
from popina :
hmm..fellow christopher isherwood fan? do you happen to be a fond of the musical Cabaret? it was based on his tales. my highschool put up a production of it, quite successful, i played sally, *pats her back*, anyway, have a good life! bread rocks!bye now.
from mwovu :
i've enjoyed my visit to your diary, i like the entries. short sweet and (usually) to the point. mine is a total blah diary. don't have anything to write.
from fairlywell :
I like you more and more. After reading the entry about the robbery, I admire you more than ever. I wish I had your flair.
from luckybobb :
thanx you for the advice umm... i think i might try that
from jason75 :
damn, I clicked the notes instead of book, I am too lazy togo back... nothing like being woen up at 3 to bring out someones ugly side! I can be quite nasty at that hour.
from jason75 :
look how well everyone else took your subtle hint about the guestbook! you will know when someone comes into your life, You are a bit of a spunk. want me to send you a rich old aussie bloke?
from jason75 :
I am rebelling from your guestbook! ha!
from lass :
FOR THE LOVE OF PETE, PEOPLE! I TOILED OVER HTML TO MAKE A GUESTBOOK. USE THE DAMN THING!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
from apothecary :
Witty indeed! And I see your point. Good 'n Plentys are yummy for adults (this adult, anyway), but a bit of a challenge for kids. In that sense, they really are bad candy. I stand corrected.
from jason75 :
you make me laugh Lassy, you are gorgeous
from apothecary :
Your diary is a hoot! I was disappointed to see that you classified Good 'N Plentys as bad candy (that was last year; perhaps you are wiser now). I was pleased, however, to see the entry titles spelling out the words to that song by The The. Cheers!
from enidhere :
Thanks for the SHOUT OUT! I greatly appreciate it.
from lass :
i have a guestbook now, folks. please start using it as i am too lazy to check two different pages for messages. :P
from lass :
YES, WE HAVE BECOME EXCITED!!!! VERY MUCH SO!!!!!!!!!*faints*
from jason75 :
havent we become excited by the ability to dowload pics onto your page. lol. very cute
from kstarr :
please kid with the apparent wide variety of fig tree's send one my way kthx - ALSO I ENJOY THAT YOU HAVE AN OBNOXIOUSLY LARGE POKEMON CARD IN YOUR DIARY. ROCK THAT BOAT. xox.
from jason75 :
hey gorgeous, sorry about your loss. whatever lessons we learn from whoever we learn them from ensure immortality
from kate-nz :
OMG, I recognise those words... I am old and demented! *smile*
from jason75 :
fig trees are easier to come by than girls!
from jason75 :
thanks enid! I am not even slightly wise though! I think your cats worships the fig tree, tell it to be careful as I once worshipped a fig tree and she is playing with fire
from starsforarms :
well then who?
from lass :
actually, not jason but he is wonderful as well.
from enidhere :
ah..could it be Jason? thanks for the note. thanks for dropping by when you can. peace
from jason75 :
I am sad we dont have real live rednecks in Australia! maybe we should import
from jason75 :
hey gorgeous! I want more about the rednecks!
from jason75 :
young lass, I thave a challenge for you this weekend, find a tattooed half asian, half black, pierced, gay tansvestite with a mohawk andintroduce him to your lovely relatives. Can you take photos?
from savecraig :
yes, there is nothing like movies in the park, it's better than the taste because people don't smell. (and eat like they've never eaten before, in front of you)
from jason75 :
Marys has sassy fingers? do I want to know?
from lass :
mr. marys, you have a sassy mouth on you today. or is that sassy fingers?
from withhismarys :
Surely this has been covered being that it's so obvious but do you think that maybe their the same nickels you originally found and you just keep picking them up, thinking too deeply about it and then lying them down in a new place that you notice later? I SOLVED THE NICKEL MYSTERY!!!!! Where's my prize?
from jason75 :
I have missed your thoughts.. hope everything is ok! necrophlia is nothing to worry about, digging them up is too much trouble anyhows
from jason75 :
You know the problem with the world is there is too much poor country music. I dont care wether your man left anf now you are dating another guy who lived in a caravan with his quadraplegic dawg and his dead granmaw.
from jason75 :
I have a pproblem with whoever Loretta Lynn is.. I dont think her book is good for you... what you gonna do about it!
from jason75 :
I think you scare me much more often that Jane Q... "hey carrot top, youre kinda cute", is that the equivilent of "hey four eyes, you have great eyes". nothing like the backhanded compliment to make someones day
from janeqpublic :
"jiminy h. christmas"? you scare me sometimes, you do.
from jason75 :
I am in love with Audrey Hepburn, she too isnt on the good side of the fine line between life and death. The dream state is an interesting place to live lass.. been there and still visit occasionally. Also is it true that when you have too much beer it means you finished the second glass? just a rumour I have heard about your drinking ability.
from jason75 :
everywhere I go I see Enid, she is a compulsive note dropper like myself. am glad to have your forgiveness, now I can sleep!
from enidhere :
cool haiku..and so true. Hot here too. Humid....not fun at all. Hope you have a cool room to rest in.
from jason75 :
I am still interested in how I can make up for my dissing you. We dont have frats in Australia, we really must be missing out
from jason75 :
I want a dawsons creek lolly pop.. my ten dollars should take me a long way, I could perhaps monopolise all remaining stock
from jason75 :
I found a ten dollar note, you need my ghost looking after you
from jason75 :
I thought that may be the case, I can tell by the way that you type that your pool playing ability really should nevre have been questioned
from janeqpublic :
Hey chickie-boom. I added you, you added me. It's all too beau-ti-fuuuul.
from lass :
Pretty sad when I have to leave a note ON MY OWN PAGE to tell you, jason, that withhismarys is merely living in a dream world. I am a great pool player. He's just afraid of me. Humor him.
from jason75 :
wow, hard to believe you are a crap pool player, but if it is in writing then I guess it must be true.
from withhismarys :
mwahahaha! Look at my favorites, slop ball. That's your new nickname, by the way.
from withhismarys :
The only thing that's a mystery around here is her insistence on thinking she's got game. She has no pool game. FOOL game, sure. Pool game, no. I've been known to scratch on the 8 ball to save face for someone here and there though. Looks like that would be case while playing our poor Lass.
from jason75 :
your slightly cryptic diary is also one of the most enjoyable.. I love it!
from jason75 :
remind me not to read your diary whilst under the influence of anything either chemical or alcohol based, I do like it however

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