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from awittykitty :
You are such a tease. "To be continued tomorrow" And you didn't even write anything cute about me in your favorites. Sheesh!
from poolagirl :
OMG! I just read your entry about the oil and Barnum....and I almost wet myself! You are amazing!
from aresnaut :
(By the way, no mail..wanna gimme the addy so I know what I'm looking for?)
from aresnaut :
Oh honey!! See, this is why your so my d-land boyfriend. I know cars and am willing to help withother peoples, you know how to play "is that woman a hooker", which is a great passtime of my friends and I. Oh dear..I now worry for poor Barnum..
from awittykitty :
I bet Mongo marries his sister. No wait...(!!!)
from hissandtell :
You're back, you gushy old thing! Can you hear me squealing from there? Love, R xxx
from aresnaut :
Aw, I'm all squirmy and giddy with glee from your comeback! Now I might have to actually start updating as to the goings on of my life, instead of just reading everyone elses' much more interesting lives. (easier contact - [email protected] - hurrah work email..)
from awittykitty :
Oh your entry wasn't too seriously weak....you said "tittilated" and "squirty" a few times.
from aresnaut :
Many hugs, luv. I'm always here..
from aresnaut :
Oh - you've been gone FOREVER - how I miss you.
from hissandtell :
I'm sorry; I have no idea what an Australian Duster is. Something you polish the shearing shed with? (Actually, your entry reminds me of "The Little Drummer Boy" and the memorable line, "The ax and lamb kept time, pa rum pum pum pum...") Merry merry Yule, sugarplum! Love, R xxx
from aresnaut :
Christmas exploded in my truck. I don't wanna shop no mo'. Whaaaaa. Merry Christmas, dahling!
from hooterville :
I... I just... So now what are you going to fantasize about when you're staring off into space slack jawed? A homicidal neighbor just has so much more potential, you know? What's the smell? Oh, the crazy neighbor must have burnt a live cat in his oven again. Why haven't I seen the 9 year old 3 doors down frolicking noisily in the hall lately? Not to worry! I'm sure the homicidal Irishman has him chained and ball-gagged in the storage space on his patio... *sigh* This is totally going to kill your creativity.
from aresnaut :
Hey!! I work right down the street from Peddler's Village!!! Okay..so I wasn't working yesterday..but.. Um. STILL!! And why are people dumb. They ask for directions, but don't follow them.
from awittykitty :
Its not HOW OFTEN you click, while trolling around diaryland, my dear, its WHO you click. wink, wink.
from guilty-heart :
Merry Christmas! That's what I say at work, and I get people thanking me for choosing that all the time. They also tell me to thank the manager for playing religious Christmas music. I hope you don't get strep. If you do, are you going to punish that woman and her offensive germs?
from smedindy :
It's just like hitting refresh on email. It doesn't force people to send you email, now, does it??
from discothekid :
Thank you for the kudos! Are you just starting your journal?
from goddesskiki :
It's amazing how many people look offended when I wish them "happy holidays" when I cashier. A lot of the older people look scandalized. A 90-something woman hollered "merry christmas" at me--that's how pissed she was that I didn't say that instead of "happy holidays." I like my greeting; it's safe, it's warm, to me it encompasses a joyous and lucky new year as well as Christmakwanzahannukahfestivus. Ack. When did it get so political and confusing?
from aresnaut :
See..7:19 pm and Noooooo mr. d-land boyfriend. (btw, yazzrelle120...lol, should've probably given you the aim name there..) Cry cry cry.
from aresnaut :
Bah. You lurk at all the wrong times! Bad lurker! But I suppose I'll forgive you..this time. And not much interesting at S.P - worked in a restaurant. Although, I was some mean competition for Big Bird.
from goddesskiki :
Awww, you're such an inspiration. If the power was in me all along, then I could at least let you borrow the peacoat sometime. It couldn't hurt, right? Let me know if you ever need a jolt of confidence and I'll FedEx it your way.
from krissallae :
I actually enjoyed watching them in reverse order. It's easier to understand the story line- atleast for me.
from essaywriter :
Thanks for the add! Enjoy...
from goddesskiki :
What girl could resist Elmo? He's everyone's favorite. And if liquor is added to the mix? It's all over. I can't wait to hear more Adventures in Jobbing with Northrup.
from krissallae :
Yes, I am almighty! Not only can I watch all 3 LOTR in one sitting... I could do it while fixing your brakes as well, haha. That's right two things at once! You're a nifty read, and if you want some other cool stuff to add to your html repertoire just ask. wink wink
from ramblin-bill :
Thanks for adding me - I like what I've read of yours and added you to my favorites too.
from aresnaut :
Yus, at 4 a.m. when no respectable person should be awake and online. And thank you..for not being the only one suckered into being a clown. Mine was for charity though. At least you got paid. AND!!! I worked at Sesame Place. HA!!!
from awittykitty :
I think Bush would probably fall more under the baffoon/village idiot catagory. Its really the people he hired for FEMA that may be referred to as a bunch of clowns. p.s. I'm glad you quit.
from hooterville :
You had me at "Honey, your drug dealer's here!"
from goddesskiki :
Once upon a time I actually had beer in my apartment. (It was a rare occasion....I think someone accidentally left it there. Anyways...) I wanted it to be icy cold so I stuck a few bottles in the freezer and thought nothing of it until I was cleaning my room later in the day and heard a loud popping noise. Call me dumb, but I didn't realize that beer did that until beer frost was coating the sides of my freezer. My bad. I'm babbling. I'll end this with the word of the week: GIRTH!!! PS: I think you're secretly afraid of my peacoat's powers and you don't want to give up your oven. It's just a theory. =)
from aresnaut :
Sweet, we're off to go get pretzels then. Hey..I'm on aim now..where are you!
from bluemeany :
Thank you so much for the note! And your Monty Python-ing cracked me UP. As he walked away, did you say "Come back! I'll bite your knees off!"?
from aresnaut :
I'm a rare find on aim, unfortunately. I know..bad me. Promise, one of these days I'll stalk you down in the city..and buy you a pretzel from the guy on the street corner. It'll be bliss. Huzzah! (my aim name is on the site tho- just in case i do happen to pop on!) MWAH! We'll have to watch out, or else there's going to be internet babies, and a civil ceremony conducted by a d-land elvis... Oh the horrors! (oh my imagination running all sorts of crazified on me at 4 a.m.!!)
from awittykitty :
woo, you used girth, lexicon and expunge all in the same paragraph. Is it hot in here, or is that just you? :-)
from goddesskiki :
You used the word "girth." You've not only made me giggle like an adolescent boy, but you've made my day/week/month. And it's the holidays, so that's saying something. PS: you only get the peacoat if you make me some of the brownies before giving me the Oven. Because Lord knows I'll burn everything that comes out of that thing.
from smedindy :
When I was reading this, side one, track 2 of "Love Over Gold" by Dire Straits popped into my head. Private...investigations.
from goddesskiki :
You only get the peacoat if I get the Easy Bake oven. ;)
from goddesskiki :
Nothing like dirty limmericks to brighten the day. I'm convinced you're living my life--you tell dirty jokes, work at a college (one of my career goals is to do that) and you worked on a cruise ship (another career/jobby type of goal). Care to trade places? Even for a day? Please? I'll give you an Easy-Bake Oven, so you can double your pleasure and double your fun. =)
from searchin4 :
yes, Monty is my python. I know, it's lame. But I like it. He's back again. I think he just likes making me look for him. I'll be waiting to see a pic of the boa. :-)
from biodtl :
Hey - thanks for the note. I'll be checking out your journal, too no - I always like to find someone new to read.
from scotvalkyrie :
Thank you for your note and for adding me to your list! Here's one of my fave limericks: There once was a whore called Louise/who had c*** hair right down to her knees/Then the crabs in her twat/Tied it all in a knot/And fashioned a flying trapeze.
from searchin4 :
A Walk in the Woods makes me want to get out and do it too, but someone I think my experience just wouldn't be the same without a Katz to go along. . . and wouldn't you know, Monty is on the loose again.
from searchin4 :
I remember my first Easy Bake oven. Gosh that was special. I was after my mom for weeks [well it seemed that long] to help me bake something. She was busy. So I took it upon myself to do it. I promptly brought her my creation that refused to bake and told her the oven was broken. "Your trying to bake jello," she said, "I told you to wait and I'd help you." I suppose you should not have an Easy Bake oven unless you can read. . . *sigh*
from goddesskiki :
So are you gonna ship some mini-muffins my way? ;) In all seriousness, Easy Bake Ovens rock. I never got one as a child--I was too busy playing with My Little Ponies and terrorizing my sister to ask for a toy that could make me domesticated. Actually...that could explain a lot about me. At any rate--yay for your present and your concerts going well. Cheers! (I'm raising my glass to you.)
from workcrush :
Kaity and Sol spent most of the day Saturday playing with a Queasy Bake Oven. Also, there was no line. But I checked your source code, you used a <br> which creates a break. But for a line you want an <hr>
from guilty-heart :
I would totally bail you out. There was no line-thingie, at least not that I saw. But hey, that's okay, because you stomped your boss' ass! Twenty points for you! Plus another five if you really sent that woman a virus.
from im2evil4u :
Hey thanks, and I'm glad you're enjoying it. I aim to please. Stick around, you won't be disappointed.... well, you could be disappointed, but donít hold it against me.
from awittykitty :
How can you tell if a fish is knocked up? Do they act all hormonal? Do they want to stop at Babies-R-Us to shop? Do they have morning sickness? Hmmm. I must contemplate this.
from aresnaut :
And your awake at crazy hours. Holy..something or other, batman. And I just realized the ridiculousness of us messaging each other back and forth within a few minutes. Shh. It's been a long day.
from aresnaut :
Hey- crazy scary. Your close to Philly... (and if you could see me, I'd be pointing accusing at the monitor) You live near me!!! ...I think I love you, short man.
from aresnaut :
Hallo!(insert crazy amounts of waving)I didn't really have much to say after that... Dammit..I didn't plan this whole super suave comment thing out very well. Yar. I'm sorry. I'll try better next time.
from goddesskiki :
It sounds like the police in your town have nothing better to do, so they've taken up a project called "let's parent Northrup." Jackasses, they are. I'm both scared and a bit excited to see if they bother you again. Damn the man!
from workcrush :
Huh...what? It's time to turn off the TV and go to bed? Um, "Okay, MOM" would have been response. Sheesh.
from hissandtell :
Hi - thanks so much for reading, darling. I've caught up on all your entries now and, as they say, laughed like a drain throughout. (Actually, I didn't - that's so raucously undignified, don't you think? - but I enjoy your writing enormously.) And now I'm off to try borking (and even double borking) on my spellcheck, which sounds so vaguely satisfyingly illicitly dirty that I can't wait to see how it all pans out. Love, R xxx
from yeahimadork :
Hubba hubba? Smoooooooth... I'm going to bed now. But you know, you can IM me next time, so we don't have to play the note-passing game. Though, after reading your last entry, I don't know if I want you to know my screen name. I might see you wandering around my neighborhood creeping me out. ;)
from yeahimadork :
Who said I'm wearing a shirt???
from guilty-heart :
W T F??? Do you have, like, a vindictive ex or something that might have brought the law down on you? Because that is creepy.
from yeahimadork :
Almost sounds like what? WHAT? Yeah, that's what I thought. BTW, "thankyew" reminded me of a clip of this drunk stripper from the Howard Stern show. Yeah, I listen to Stern. Cause I'm classy like that.
from yeahimadork :
I'm so retarded. I sent this note to myself first...Well of course you let the gag go by. You're hung like a lightswitch, right? Can't gag on that. ;) Hahahahaha... I'm such a lady.
from yeahimadork :
Yeah, don't think I didn't notice that. But, actually it's only 10:40 here, so I'm not technically a hobbie-less loser... YET. You, on the other hand.... hehehehe.
from yeahimadork :
Heh. Actually, it's true. Unless the lightswitch comment is true, in which case, you better brush up on your *cough* oral skills. ;)
from yeahimadork :
Hahaha... you don't have to blame the weather, dear. I mean... size isn't EVERYTHING... ;)
from yeahimadork :
Ok. I need to get a new monitor, then. ;)
from yeahimadork :
Heh. Workcrush beat me to the pagebreak code. You know, if you're going to do something pervy like a webcam, you're going to have to have WAY less clothing on. I'm just saying.
from workcrush :
Ahem. A simple little <hr> will give you a line. You're welcome.
from guilty-heart :
Still nothing? Hmm. I mailed it several weeks ago. Curse you, d-land email scum! ::shakes fist:: I'm feeling daring. I'll unlock. Wooo! Did you smack him? Because he deserves it. That was funny, but wrong.
from goddesskiki :
Best Thanksgiving story. Ever. I love how your friend didn't even give any heads-up about where you were going. If it makes you feel anybetter, I probably would have said something equally as mortifying, if not worse. The big mouth--it's both a blessing and a curse.
from yeahimadork :
You can have a cyber-crush on me, but I'm warning you right now: I don't put out on the first chat. Ok, that's a lie. I totally do.
from yeahimadork :
Wait - we're talking about bondage?? When was that? Has it been so long that I've had sex that I don't even recognize these sorts of comments? Jeez...
from yeahimadork :
Well, ok. So, I have to love you now, because a) you called me dreamy, and any boy that uses a nice word like dreamy gets my affections, and b) you made an Ed Grimley reference. Though, I have to wonder about the raging masculinity of a man who admittedly dressed up as a ballerina and a cheerleader. And who's an Ass Director. Not that there's anything wrong with that. ;)
from pissymystic :
You lead such an...interesting...life. ;)
from guilty-heart :
I thought the sudden d-land fame was too much for you and they had to send you to Betty Ford to dry out. Good thing I was wrong...or was I? o.0
from workcrush :
Hey! I don't smite! Anyway, glad you updated. Was wondering. 1am, must sleep now that I know all is well in your world.
from smedindy :
Hey dude, where ya been? I accused workcrush of scaring you away...heh...I was smited profusely for that though. Ouch!
from yeahimadork :
I stumbled on your diary (though how, I can't remember - I clicked here and there and everywhere and here I am), and just wanted to let you know you're funny. Funny is good. :)
from candoor :
I am amused, here thanks to smed :)
from goddesskiki :
First off, thanks for adding me! I've added you back and not just because you say nice things about me in your profile. =) (Thanks for saying nice things, though!!! That makes me giddy.) You're hilarious! And? I love "Holding Out for a Hero." It's my karaoke specialty.
from guilty-heart :
I love and accept you! I mean...well, yeah. You can absolutely read my diary. You just have to sign a waiver saying that you won't hold me responsible if it bores you to tears. And by sign a waiver, I mean give me your email address, or email me at guilty-heart(AT)diaryland(DOT)com so that I have somewhere safe to put the password. PS: I'm 5'2" and, in keeping with your theme of the day, I do in fact have an ass.
from smedindy :
My wife is taller AND older than I am. And she's the shortest of her sister at 6'1. My first true love was 4'10 3/4 (and she insisted on the 3/4). It's all funny in its own way.
from vickithecute :
Nope, not twins, we're one and the same. I set up the pink diary because I wanted a place to write where my then-fiance would not be able to read. Figured he wouldn't like me gushing about the boys at work. Now we're no longer engaged but he still reads so I try to spare his feelings where I can.
from smedindy :
Hey! Welcome aboard from the former boy-toy / protege o' Vicki. Read my drivel, please!
from guilty-heart :
You *are* a sexy bastid. WC was right (of course). I add you!
from vickithecute :
Okay, to link, the format is <"full URL of the site you're linking">text that you want linked</a>. So if, for example, you wanted to link ME, you would type <a href="http://vickithecute.diaryland.com">Vicki</a>.
from pissymystic :
"Interesting" is good. :D
from vickithecute :
Actually, I was kinda wondering whether you ARE Chandler (not his real first name.) Bcs Northrup is his last name. Oooo! Spooky! But it doesn't sound like you work in my office so I guess not.
from vickithecute :
Hey, if you like the pink one, you should read the blue one too.
from workcrush :
Hey, thanks for adding me. You make me laugh so I added you back.

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