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from nwgirlchild :
You hurt my feelings, you know.
from riotkittin :
Thank you! :D
from riotkittin :
Hi ... I'm back! Just thought you'd like to know. :-))
from stepfordtart :
Just realised youd written about HMHB so have been having a little reminisce. Thanks for reminding me of some songs I hadnt heard for a while and a few that Ive never heard and REALLY need to see if I can find links for. Cheers for that! s x
from fridayfilms :
You have a brother?
from joistmonkey :
I liked your walk, or at least your description of your walk. It's one of those questions as to whether labelling a walk with some kind of significance changes its nature (the whole 'Duchamp sticking a urinal in a gallery making it art' argument, or an analogy thereof) but it is true that merely observing and describing is of proper value - for thee and me. Who was the artist bloke who drew a circular walk on an OS map and walked it - remember seeing this (and/or his follow up) in one of the Tates and thinking it interesting. PS - kudos for the L7 title reference :-)
from samcorday :
Thnak god you watched the 1962 version of Carnival of Souls and not the 1998 version that Wes Craven butchered. btw i added you :)
from stepfordtart :
Is it possible, in grown up things like OU courses, to ask for a copy of the mark scheme? At school we quite often give out sample markschemes to kids doing GCSE coursework pieces. How can you know how to attain a particular grade if you dont know by what benchmark your work is being assessed? Of course, he may just be one of those people who plucks marks out of the air but then there would be merit in asking for a markscheme just for the joy of watching him squirm if he doesnt have one! s x
from stepfordtart :
The 'poison tree' painting reminds me of this one: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sadak_in_Search_of_the_Waters_of_Oblivion which hung in my local art gallery when I was a student. It was my favourite painting for years and years (although I could never explain why) and I used to stare at it for hours. Crappy topic for your art history thingy. I did renaissance architecture - Im all about the columns, me! s x
from stepfordtart :
'slacks' should never ever be a thing for men...although I seem to remember, back in the 80s, those vile pale grey hopsack confections made by Farah were known as 'Farah slacks', so maybe theyre making a comeback. Lets hope not, eh? s x
from stepfordtart :
Hahaha to your Valentine's 'moment' - true romance indeed. I havent used the Amazon clickthrough on here but we have a similar one for raising funds at school - there's no catch so Id say use it if you get the chance (I havent had the opportunity but Id do it if i did). s x
from stepfordtart :
Not sure they really needed to make Unknown Hitler - theyve told us everything we could POSSIBLY want to know, havent they? Nice to see you writing here, I always enjoy reading your stuff (all tho my low-brow comments would probably attest otherwise!) s x
from stepfordtart :
Oooh! Ta for all the links - cant watch em at the mo as this laptop is a bastard, but I shall come back a view them at some later juncture. Not sure about your Vod/Mike comparison - we love Vod, here at The Palace, but Mike always make me feel a bit "Yeh, whatever. Shut up, youre not funny." Also, do you get the feeling that Jack Whitehall actually WAS that much of a twat as a student (and maybe still is when he forgets that he's supposed to be a grown up now)? Merry New Year to you, old pip! s x
from lostasyou :
Yes, Wire! I love Wire :) I love the Pink Flag album. And is the Monochrome Set the band that did the song Jet Set Junta? I like that too haha.
from lostasyou :
Haha! Oh gawd, I see. Yeah I think it's on Tuesday they're playing in Cambridge so I was thinking about going there. Probably a bit too short notice now but hey ho. Would have been an experience I'm sure! And cool, cheers. I'll have a nose through more entries :).
from lostasyou :
Hi, sorry to be nosy but I saw your comment to stepfordtart about the Fall and I was just going to say I really like them aha. I was going to see them this month actually but now I've read they're not all that live so maybe I'll give it a miss haha ;).
from stepfordtart :
I could never get into the Fall and it was mostly because I found Mark E Smith to be a bit of a cunt. I really tried, cos it wouldve given me immeasurable cool points at 6th Form but *shakes head ruefully* it was never to be. Your description of that 'gig' is pretty much how I imagined him to be, even back then. s x
from annanotbob2 :
Your eavesdroppings make me want to give them to a whole class, especially the first two. I bet the variety of contexts for remarks like that would be awesome. I'm with Stepfie on not being able to watch dark films, though it's usually the music that does me - I loved Trainspotting. Thanks for adding my new blog
from stepfordtart :
I like Olivia Coleman but I think Id have to watch that film on DVD or something. Im pathetically rubbish at watching shocking films. I can only cope with five minutes or so at a time before I have to go and do something cosily suburban, like having a cup of tea or a nice bath. Then I can come back and steel myself for a little bit more. Im pathetic. It took me about half a dozen hits to get through all of Trainspotting, ferchristsake. s x
from stepfordtart :
I have nothing pithy to add to your comments but Oh, I am SO glad you updated. Ive missed you! s x
from stepfordtart :
I think its more socially unacceptable these days to say you dont like Adele than it is to admit to knowing a lot about Marxism. I am disappointed that you chose to drink instead of remaining sentient enough to properly review the HMHB gig - you KNOW I rely on you to do that for me so I dont have to go see them. *tuts*. s x
from stepfordtart :
Let me help you with your essay: Donatello is Peter Baird's favourite ninja turtle. There! Now you have an excellent opener. My husband does a good impression of 'David' - usually whilst drunk, and always whilst naked. I shall get a good look at his arse next time and let you know my opinion of its gender, if you like. s x
from fridayfilms :
Happy decathingalee! I still read here and will continue to do so, whenever you're moved to update. I know you think of me last, but I'll always think of you first in this place, you funny, brilliant boy.
from thebeesknees :
I've been wanting to write again somewhere (perhaps even here). I actually miss it, and think it would help me to work out some of the issues I'm having in life. It's also sometimes nice to hear others' opinions on things I don't want to share with my day-to-day friends, as I don't wish to poison them to other people I encounter on a daily basis. So, anyway, keep intending to write again, fail to do so. Maybe soon. Happy 10 Diarylandversary.
from stepfordtart :
Three things: Yep, Im still here - I like the clunky old-fashionedy feel of D'land. An ex-colleague of mine once left a scotch egg in his desk drawer when he left - it was some months before his office was used again and when we opened the door....OH THE SMELL! THE SMELLLLLLL! And all I want for Christmas is a Dukla Prague away kit. s x
from joistmonkey :
I concur most heartily about the ways in which Burke & Hare was disappointing. That said, I am now feeling a little lobotomised in that I am very glad you have posted an entry again, and enjoyed reading it, but all I can think of is to agree with disliking the same film. Lackaday, lackaday.
from stepfordtart :
Ive been to all those museums in Bruges that you didnt go to so, in a spirit of payback for all the cool stuff you've done that I got to enjoy vicariously through you, you may enjoy the museums through my experience: the choccy thing is pretty good and me and my sis made ourselves feel sick putting our heads in an 'installation' in the art museum, cos it had weird mirrors inside and made one all disorientated. There! Hope that helped. s x
from annanotbob :
It's difficult not to hate Clegg more after that moment back in April when it seemed he was one of the good guys. My loathing of him and Cable burns with the intensity of betrayal, but Cameron is just a Tory cunt doing what Tory cunts do. Apart from that, happy Christmas!
from tofalldivine :
I can always expect some interesting reviews when I come your way. I've always quite enjoyed the tales of King Arthur but I think it was because they were always so dramatic and overplayed. The idea of courtly drama and intrigue and lots of challenging and huge battles seems much more interesting than quiet and individual gore. Regardless, you have provoked my interest and I will check out this film. As for Godspeed...I'm not sure what it is about a number of Canadian bands but their stage presence blows. I try to support them. I love Canadian music and have easy access because I'm here to see it. They have small shows and so you think they would learn but it does not work out that way. Thanks for posting so I can read it!
from stepfordtart :
Thank you, dear. I feel truly enlightened! s x
from stepfordtart :
what does 'post rock' mean? Can you give me an example (preferably someone I might have heard of!). Im not being contentious I just actually dont know. I can get 'post punk', seeing as it had its day and what came after must therefore be 'post' punk, but is rock done with now? Where does that leave The Kings of Leon? Arent they rock? Oh, its just TOOOOOO difficult. I am glad Im old, I only have a few more years of needing to care about this stuff. I await your erudite reply....s x
from stepfordtart :
Many congratulations! (and when do we get to read a bit more of it?). s x
from annanotbob :
Fantastic!! Well done, you!
from fridayfilms :
(I have far too many diaries, becoming less secret by the hour.)
from oneplace :
I loved Another Year, for the same reasons you liked it less I think. It dealt so well with the topic of exclusion, but mainly I just loved how it reveled in the quiet, domestic confidence of its main characters. Maybe because I experienced those types of relationships as an outsider myself, growing up (and now). When will you watch Lourdes, though? It's at least 500 words of character fodder, if nothing else.
from annanotbob :
My nano novel will also be populated by irritating fuckwits from my life. A person has to take their pleasures where they can.
from fridayfilms :
Hmm, now I am wondering who could possibly be more annoying on Facebook than me. I hear email is discreet. Discrete. Descreet? Tsk.
from fridayfilms :
I guess none of those annoying fuckwits you're friends with on Facebook read your diary. *whistles*
from stepfordtart :
Me and Jooj have been debating Series 2 of Misfits for ages. Mostly in a 'how can they get him back? will he signal to Kelly from beyond the grave?' kind of way. It is indeed a splendid show. s x
from stepfordtart :
Aww, that was SUCH a nice entry! A jolly splendid read! s x PS the cheese crispy pancakes smell like sick a bit.
from fridayfilms :
I've noticed men of that age holding their hands in that manner, actually; straight-fingered, almost palsied, with backwards-facing palms. It's quite dear, but it also scares me a little. Wrinkles are one thing, but how you hold your hands is another matter altogether. Hi there.
from stepfordtart :
OmfG! Ive now watched that trailer too many times and I still love it. Thanks for that and, no, Im not being sarky - what a cinematic gem! s x
from stepfordtart :
The Gordon Brown play sounds acutely observed. Lets face it, there are few more qualified to lecture on 'unloveable cunt' than Martin McGuinness. s x
from stepfordtart :
Having the delay on when you're speaking between songs is the utmost in unprofessionalism. As a musician's wife, I can say "Get an A/B box, you tight git, they are only about twenty quid!". Of course, it might just be that I am old and the sound of someone talking with delay on sounds horrid to my ancient old ears. s x
from thebeesknees :
I thought Luke Haines came off as a real twat in that book, but I'm no gigantic fan of his, so I am coming from neutral, non-adoring territory. My husband is a fan of his, though, and thought the same. "Wow, this book is kind of making me hate Luke Haines."
from annanotbob :
You manage to make Blackpool more appealing than anyone else ever. Including my daughter, who used to go every year and loved it.
from pettyquarrel :
I like, I like.
from dogbones :
Want to draw attention to your diary? Check me out! I can help! If you don't then ignore this note and just think of it as a Kudos ;)
from suckledhoney :
On the new Damien Jurado album, track 4 is better than track 10. Just thought I'd let you know; you were right again.
from bi-pet :
the same thing happened to me a couple of times during the past days, too.. i wasn't sure if it was a diaryland error or if i was hacked..
from unowhatihate :
In order to stave off bitter-old-maness, you're welcome to post to your heart's content--or is it /'til your heart's content?/ And any case, maybe it's the spleen anyway. Vent your spleen; yes, that works.
from thebeesknees :
Gone Baby Gone was one of my favorite films of last year. That means a lot coming from me, because I never thought I'd be supportive of TWO Afflecks.
from knock-first :
thanks for not being one more idiot in the chaos.
from exexex :
Thank you, sir.
from annanotbob :
Nice pics
from fuschiashock :
hello and thank you.
from stepfordtart :
OMG I laughed for TOOOO long at the tampon craft. And now Ive got shotgungimmegimmelowdownfunboy on the brain, so thanks for that. Oh yeh, your comments thingy appears to be slightly fucked. s x
from stepfordtart :
Facebook! *shudder* That way lies damnation. s x
from stepfordtart :
Haha! Ok, no chinese burns. And I was kidding about the other stuff, too. I cant imagine anything worse than letting someone else write my profile on anything. Ever. Anyone who thinks you're a woman is clearly retarded - especially as you have posted pictures of yourself. Youz a damn ugly woman, stuart! s x
from raven72d :
Aha--- your diary is an intriguing find!
from ann-frank :
do you watch Big Brother at all?
from fridayfilms :
Oooh, backstage admonitions, my favourite! Um, how about "I don't do sci-fi"? Will that get me into trouble (I don't mean in the pregnant sense, I know how that works)? Regardless, I will give your strange show a chance, however, and try to enjoy it despite my lack of sexual attraction to Billie Piper. And yes, Big Brother takes up an awful lot of my time these days, both real and imagined (if there's such a thing).
from mikehunt :
assignment completed.
from tofalldivine :
I was taking a note from the pre-disney version but the singing crustacean would have made it better. She's about to plunge the dagger in her lover's heart and out pops Sebastian singing Under the Sea. God, that movie would have been so awesome as an ultra violence musical. Oh, about your post. I'm pretty sure that facebook is a social networking site for the antisocial. People compete to see how many friends they can have and talk to no one without prodding. No one gets it out of freewill though. What all that really means, is thanks for the note and I wish there were pub quizzes here. We just have drunks without the trivia fun.
from joie-- :
i'm sure it was a mistake, but thanks for noticing me
from bitterwineuk :
hello, I notice you have added me to your faves. Thank you very much. Have a good weekend. x Becca
from nwgirlchild :
well, now I know my next diary name: itchyfeet
from wherwhenwhy :
thank you
from stepfordtart :
What if I said it with an arched eyebrow (just one) and clipped diction? Nope? Ah, well.s x
from wherwhenwhy :
thank you for the boxing day christmas message that I didn't pick up till now because I've been fannying about someplace else I can't remember (probably in pitch black corridors). Hope you had a really good new year no matter what the diary says. lots of love and take good care of yourself
from thebeesknees :
You too. Try not to go too heavy on the maudlin Hefner covers. xo.
from tofalldivine :
I'd really love to see them say that. There are some at my Uni and they compared abortion to both the holocaust and the genocide in Rwanda. They also seemed to thinked that I was a murderer because I said abortion could be right if you knew the child would just live and suffer. They retorted with, "so you would kill a homeless man because he suffers." At this I lost all hope of having an interesting discussion. I could totally see them pulling the theology stuff on a muslim, buddhist, jew, etc... and not understanding why that didn't mean anything to them. They are a little dim around here. I don't think they would know what a theological question was. Short story long, thanks for the comment.
from proveit :
Ha! I hope so, just for the excitement such a thing would bring. But they had better not try to poach my power-suit! I fight mean.
from annanotbob :
Cheers. You've kept admirably quiet about your nano novel. If I lived in scotland I'd be off to see Michael Franti and Spearhead who are coming to Glasgow in the next few weeks. Are they on your gig list?
from wherwhenwhy :
Happy Birthday, you can have the rest of my sweets. lots of love
from proveit :
Oh yeah, I remember you. Thanks for your note. Yes, there are good things going on. Lately I've just needed to vent about the things that aren't so good or else I'd go crazy.
from sopeculiar :
Cleaned? Not these floors. I suspect the music venues just get roadies to spit on their floors occasionally. The "felt" performance? Well...it doesn't really involve felt (I'm not Joseph Beuys), thankfully...
from idiot-milk :
Excellent. Then as your new pretend Internet girlfriend, I will of course expect presents on all holidays and flowers once a month. And should you feel the need to tattoo my image somewhere on your person, I wouldn't be opposed. And as for the cat, the annoying creature has already spent more time than I'd like in the refrigerator. As a tiny kitten, he would sneak in every time the door opened. As an adult, despite the fact that he's nearly the size of a refrigerator himself, he still tries. He's incorrigible, I'm afraid. I hold my cat responsible for any number of the obsessive/compulsive behaviors that plague me.
from idiot-milk :
I haven't performed with a dodgy punk band before, but I did perform a duet in "The Pajama Game" in school. That sort of counts. Kind of. Okay, not really, but since distance prevents me from being anything other than a pretend Internet girlfriend anyway, I think it's close enough, no? And I can cook like a dream, including some rather amazing cocktails and a bread pudding that inspires poetry (Okay, so, only one really bad haiku, but still) I'm mostly not orange, though my hair is a bit. I'm halfway to being an orphan, and if my siblings don't shape up, I'll soon be an only child as well. I think I'm good on the rest of the requirements, and I can supply references upon request.
from vocalfern :
that was a good list. i think i will have to write one like it soon. bee
from annanotbob :
Hello - just found you via the divine stepfordtart and have really enjoyed what I've read so I'm adding you to my favourites xx
from wherwhenwhy :
you could combine the wine tasting with the drawing class, that's what the so called professionals do, believe me, I've tried to paint over the oil pastel. lots of love
from thebeesknees :
Hey, I'm only going because the boyfriend lives there. Otherwise, I have fairly handily avoided that city over the past 30 years. Lawrence, which is 30 minutes west of there, is actually kind of a cool town for a day visit...
from thebeesknees :
Chicago does have the International Museum of Surgical Sciences, though, which features lots of artistic renderings of men with elephantitis of their testicles and a civil war surgery recreation. BEAT THAT, ST. LOUIS.
from f-ckwittage :
it was the best gig i have ever been to in my life, so intimate there was room for everybody at the front and he played hefner songs with a full band and everybody sung along even the cooler-than-thou 'real londoners' and and oh! you certainly missed out, he is still touring though, maybe he will come to your area? your review of richman's 'i'm straight' changed my entire view of the song, it is so much better now. fuck drugs, who needs drugs when you have THE MUSIC!
from fridayfilms :
DO NOT!
from wherwhenwhy :
I did have minty green hair about a year before Cyndi had hers the same colour. Does that count?
from osakamoment :
drink cold water. It won't help with the cramps but it will be like exercise--you can lose 5.4431 Kilograms in a year just by drinking 1.4191 liters of COLD water a day. Also, eat more bananas. The potassium will help to alleviate the muscle cramps.
from thebeesknees :
I'm quite confident in my hairstyle and the state of my fringe, although in all honesty I've probably had every possible style of fringe (save the type that mallrat girls tease and spray into an upright position) at some point in time. I think it's obvious that fringe could enter into a sexual scenario, or at least close to one's most intimate bits, but I'm not so sure there's fringe fetish porn. There's pretty much a fetish for everything, though, so I wouldn't be surprised to find that there was. I will let you know if anyone wears a drawn-on moustache tonight. Perhaps I will wear one in your honor.
from f-ckwittage :
ps: the grant thing was immensely sad, plus a bit of a shock. your entry on him really moved me, so much so that i feel i should thank you for it. (thank you)
from f-ckwittage :
come see darren hayman in london on the 7th of july (he's playing for a fiver! ticketweb told me so)
from lsmonkey :
"honestly", even.
from lsmonkey :
Oh i honsetly thought The Delfonics WERE women :(
from tofalldivine :
Thanks, I didn't!("Yay," say the pedestrians). I have never had herring but I'm sure I would dislike it. Something that is the (sort-of) source of the phrase "red herring" must be evil. I'm not particularly fond of herons...or seagulls,or geese, or swans, or most other birds for that matter. When we meet it generally results in them attempting to attack me. Having a bird fly at you is very unnerving. When it has the intent to kill you it is downright frightening.
from tofalldivine :
Your german-but-not-really-german-at-all letter was beautiful. I laughed a fair bit. Also, I think that may be the best poem ever. Do you ever seek revenge on the stork from cork? I think it would be an interesting tale. You could even make a song. Something like the mariner's tale of revenge by the Decemberists.
from f-ckwittage :
im very scared because ive been loving i spy too and goddam if i put the video on my diary BEFORE i read you. not that strange i suppose. oh and also, carson mccullers <3 you get 10/10.
from f-ckwittage :
i would like to contribute to your wonderful berlin list! (download 'hymn for berlin' by hefner)
from f-ckwittage :
waitwhat! i texted you from a pub toilet??? my brain has been rotted by drugs please tell me how i know you. loves x x x
from f-ckwittage :
HELLO i am also very envious of your bonnie prince billying. pleased to make your acquaintance, stranger x
from vocalfern :
i'm oh-so-jealous of you and your will oldham experience.
from wherwhenwhy :
and one day I will learn to spell, promise
from wherwhenwhy :
I get not-ill-at-all days, that's when I do all the catching up and housework. That's usually just before my Dad heads through for a weekend. That reminds me, there is plaster dust I have to sweep of the floor. And I have no idae what is happening with RSA because the communication eleman seems to have disppeared along with everything else. but enough maoning, I found the new word for funding forms today, it's "iconography". Use it wisely. lots of love
from zonoria :
Ah, penis type thingies. Okay. Gotcha.
from fridayfilms :
Well, I'll try not to feel incredibly insulted that you found my ideas sub-par to a tea, though I suppose if you invited Jennifer the mouse and got her drunk I shouldn't be so disappointed.
from stepfordtart :
Half Man Half Biscuit! Weeee! I thought it was just me! DEFINITELY coming back for more very soon.
from fatbrunettes :
two words: shower massager.
from fatbrunettes :
Dear Mr. Dixless Sir, we are pleased to inform you that fatbrunette.diaryland.com has moved to fatbrunetteS.diaryland.com in order to take advantage of the spectacularly cheap Gold member introductory offer. But don't worry, it's still under the same old management. Sincerely, Fat Brunette #1
from tofalldivine :
I don't feel inconvenienced and I think it may be more disconcerting had Che been okay with any contact-image or otherwise- with my bosoms.
from zonoria :
I shall drop you a line and a friend request. So don't be scared! Well, okay, be scared.
from fridayfilms :
I think it has something to do with emotionally breaking someone in. That and it's easy to project whatever you want onto someone who's unresponsive. It's how I fell for my current boyfriend, though unresponsiveness gets frustrating and then boring after a while. Anyway, I'm not being secretive in your notes section or anything. I just wanted to give your comments page a bit of a break.
from osakamoment :
* MORE dear to me.
from osakamoment :
Oh I just compiled a list of my favorite ever songs that have been track 4...and I think you were right. There may be more track 10's that I've called favorites, but the track 4's that I love are far better--my dear to me. Also I just think Christina Ricci is hot and Madame Bovary got on my very last nerve, except that one passage, which is my favorite thing ever written.
from osakamoment :
I've compiled a list of track 10's that have been my favorite on a cd. What you have to know is that all of my cd's were thrown away a couple of years ago by my roommate and so I don't have the fodder I would have had to back up my argument. And I think our musical tastes are diametrically opposed. I tried to like Belle and Sebastion once but the only thing they've done that I've ever liked is the Christmas Peel Session thingie. All of that aside, here is a partial list of track 10s that have ever been what I call "the best" on a cd: REM - Daysleeper (In Time), Black 47 - 40 Shades Of Blue (Fire Of Freedom), Live - The Stage (Throwing Copper), Velvet Underground - After Hours, NIN - A Warm Place (The Downward Spiral), Gin Blossoms - 29 (New Miserable Experience), NoGood Heroes - Fall Days (Radio Rebelde), Tori Amso- Tear In Your Hand (Little Earthquakes), Dar Williams - Beautiful Enemy (My Better Self), James - Low, Low, Low (Laid), The Hypos - Shoulda Known (For A Good Time Call...), Lucero - I'll Just Fall (Tennessee), Alkaline Trio - Bloodied Up , Rilo Kiley - A Man/Me/Then Jim (More Adventurous), Belle and Sebastian - Santa, Bring My Baby Back To Me, The New Year - Newness Ends, Kristin Herch - Panic Pure (Sweet Relief II: Gravity of the Situation - The Songs of Vic Chesnutt), Sia - The Church of What's Happening Now (Colour The Small One), Damien Jurado - Bad Dreams (Where Shall You Take Me), Bad Religion - You (No Control), Radio Birdman - Snake (Essential Radio Birdman 1974-7), Pedro The Lion - Secret of the Easy Yoke, Rilo Kiley - With Arms Outstretched (Execution of All Things), Kristin Hersh - Me and My Charms (Foxfire soundtrack), Damien Jurado - Like Titanic (I Break Chairs), Joseph Arthur - The Real You (Come to where I'm from), Tori Amos - Hey Jupiter (Boys For Pele).
from osakamoment :
methink you might be aiming your sarcasm at me. I don't mind.
from tofalldivine :
The opposite of an anchovy is an elephant or should be if it isn't.
from osakamoment :
Don't get me wrong, my intentions are completely unsavory and selfish. I like to learn and I already learn from you. If I had you all to myself, I'd probably attempt to wring you like a sponge...intellectually, I mean.
from tofalldivine :
Oh! Definitely didn't mention what I would do if I could kidnap you for twenty four hours. I think that I would make you go to the circus with me and drink far too much coffee. And then we would magically find you a new flat in the remaining hours as I prodded you for music suggestions. I would have to handcuff you to me so you would not run away of course.
from tofalldivine :
If you tell me yours in return I'll bring the rope and the drinks.
from wherwhenwhy :
Thank you xx
from idiot-milk :
I'm not firmly convinced apples and chocolate need to be mutually exclusive. In fact, as I sit here with both a delicious Pink Lady apple and a lovely, rich chocolate brownie, I am happy to report they are getting along quite well. And as for Ms. Streisand, I think that information might be just the thing I'm looking for. Especially if it turned out that she's then using the puppies to re-enact assorted historical events. I mean, that would be something to see, right? Barbra Streisand's Dead Puppy Players re-enacting the Boxer Rebellion? I would definitely be interested in that. (See what I did there? Puppies? BOXER Rebellion?! See?! Did you see?! I am awesome.)
from tofalldivine :
That theory is far better than mine. I assumed the bears got sick of being poked in the face by the bleach blonde harpie as he attempted to pet them. So yeah, I think I may adopt your theory. The hair dye must have been made from twigs and berries. A man who believed in protecting the bears would never use an animal tested hair dye or something that could harm the environment like that, right? I'd say it was sunbleached but his roots say otherwise. Now to a completely seperate topic! Thanks for the comments about my diary. I would say repetitive before creative but it is appreciated anyhow. And yours is a vat of creative. Yes, one of those industrial size vats. It is full of wit and humor and comments about Peter Pan. Your ideas are interesting and actually have some relevance to real life. I bask in your diaries godlike existence. Or something along those lines...
from tofalldivine :
I'm glad I'm not the only one who found Timothy Treadwell(Grizzly man) so irritating. Why couldn't the man understand that the bears did not love him like he loved them...they just loved how he tasted? I desperately wanted to see those foxes he chased around bite him. 90 minutes of the guy is too much so how the hell did the bears put up with him for thirteen years?
from fridayfilms :
No, it's fine. I planned to write about that anyway, though maybe a diary wasn't the best place for it. It's tough to be funny about suicide, at least for me, and the piece certainly didn't go the way I'd planned it. My aim is to be light here, for the most part, or at least melodramtic, so that I don't scare anyone. But it was cathartic for the most part, so thank you for falling into my trap and suggesting it.
from doctoredjnr :
I wasn’t aware that celebrity big brother was such a “king maker” in the UK :) In all honesty you could have chosen any of the acts he produced for and I would have accused you of being obscure… it is a side of his career that I didn’t know about.
from doctoredjnr :
“Legendary Happy Mondays producer John Cale…” See, now you’re just being deliberately obscure. Unless he has a career as a producer I don’t know about, I’m going to bet that most people know John Cale for his work in the Velvet Undeground. It is like saying “Legendary Amateur Night At The Big Top front man Shaun Ryder” of course the only reason I’m leaving this comment is I’m a little annoyed that you made me do a quick Google search to see if the John Cale you mentioned was the same John Cale I thought you were referring to, but what can you do? :)
from wherwhenwhy :
the press and journal also hate me. Is that a good thing as well. I think the trick is do some construction work becuase they don't hate you if you paint the place pink and throw a few ribbons around. And if my sister still lived in Edinburgh I'd swear you just walked into her flat. She also "collects" shoes. Hey, we could get sac money to build you a house, then you would be hated.
from girlsdontcry :
I've considered it, and I've got to say no on the Leslie Grantham cybersex question. He's already been exposed, there's not going to be anything in it for me (even if I get a webcam shot of him with his whole FIST in his mouth).
from evolver :
Oh yes, semicoloned lists are most DEFinitely pretentious! And I've a feeling you share this trait, denim be damned; if you do, you'll know that when I say 'pretentious' I clearly mean 'supremely awesome.' ;)
from thebeesknees :
Do you use Andrew McCarthy lines on all the girls? Oh, the charm of it all! haha.
from thebeesknees :
happy new year to you as well! sorry for the delayed response, but for some reason your message didn't show in my book until today. weird. anyway, i hope your year is also better. this latter 2005 thing didn't work out particularly well for either of us, it seems.
from tofalldivine :
I think that if you wrote that book I would have to go buy a ton of copies and hand them out on the street. That is terribly excellent. And what's wrong with being death obsessed? It's imminent so you might as well spend time thinking about it.
from heelandlass :
Thanks for taking more than 5 minutes to fill out my survey. And the rain was horrid on Saturday. Yuckyuckyuck. x
from thebeesknees :
1. that film is good, though i only saw it on cable so i was not treated to all the dvd extras, which i will need to check out. 2. i'm glad your cds arrived after i carelessly left the package sitting in my car's back seat for what must have been three weeks, sorry. 3. a perusal of your past few entries makes me think i may have successfully thrust jens lekman upon you. ah, success.
from fridayfilms :
Our bookshelves are involuntarily tidied once every few years, when we move. I have no idea how we'll keep everything organized now that we're settled. I wish I could be artfully cluttered, but my mother instilled in me the OC gene, where cleanliness and organization is concerned. A place for everything and everything in its place, you know. So typically, it all ends up stuffed into a closet or under the bed.
from fridayfilms :
Not only was he completely uninterested with my iPod selections, but he's prevented from driving his bike until he can clear up that pesky DUI charge. Plus, bikers aren't very conversational. So no, actually. That chapter (no pun intended) is officially over.
from urine :
Hello my former prostitue. I just wanted to leave you a little note wishing you happy birthday. You should make a survey, to find out whether you could be the messiah or not. Either way, Happy mcBirthday, La-Stu.
from lsmonkey :
Hello. Bad luck about the last diary. Look forward to reading the new one, s.
from fridayfilms :
I had no idea there were nude girls in WWI trenches. How horrific indeed.
from vocalfern :
formerly refusal?
from vocalfern :
why hello
from heelandlass :
And who are you?!?
from riotkittin :
refusal... right?
from spocksex :
man, it SUCKS when someone finds yr diary that youd rather not. anyway..hope yr well..xo
from girlsdontcry :
Bonjour! Eurostar, take Eurostar.
from fridayfilms :
Hello ottodixless. Have we met before? That was a very compelling first entry. I look forward to what follows.

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