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from tothefloor :
Glad to see someone else went away and came back. I'm not so good about keeping up with homework that mental health professionals assign. "NON-COMPLIANT" they call me. So, good for you, Sweet Pea!
from tothefloor :
hey there, you're welcome! and p.s. was does TTF mean?
from arc-angel666 :
Hi Pinky; Sorry I haven't gotten back to you sooner a lot's been happening. email me at celtic190@aol.com for the information. Love Michael
from dangerspouse :
BTW, will you PLEASE either pay the goddam fee, or take the fucking "Comments" button off your page? I'm apparently too stupid to remember it doesn't work, so I write entire epics in there, hit "Enter", and *POOF!*...gone. BEYOTCH!!
from dangerspouse :
Oh god, I don't know about analyzing it....but if you ever DO becomes friends with Ms. Richards, can I come to your house and smell whatever chair she sat in? Mmmmmmmmmmmmm.......
from dangerspouse :
Did he just assume your ass was white? I've sometimes noticed a distinct hue difference between that and other portions of a persons' anatomy. He quite possibly made himself out to be a fool with that statement.
from dangerspouse :
Hey - post a pic of your ass and let US be the judge. Pleeeeease....? (And why do you still have a link to your Guestbook, when you don't actually have a Guestbook? Huh?? Slacker.) :)
from dulcibella :
Good to hear from you too! Thanks for your note...will have to make an effort to lead a more interesting life for diaryland!!
from dulcibella :
Hiya Pinkytusk, hope all is well with you. Am very sporadically (if that's how you spell it)blogging again... ta ra
from dangerspouse :
Which lips...? Hey - you rock, Hairy!
from theturtle :
Well, I keep chugging away. Plus, if I actually DO connect with someone, I can't write about my adventures nearly as openly!
from haloaskew :
Very cool! I've too found that the most challenging things I've faced have been the most rewarding. Especially when you look back. What I love the most is that feeling of "I did THAT. OH MY GOD, I DID THAT!" I recall back in late 2001, I desperately wanted to do an Earthwatch expedition (www.earthwatch.org), but thought I'd never come up with the money or have the guts to do it. A year later, I was working with chimps who spoke in sign language! (I got to interact with the first non-human, Washoe, who ever learned sign language! She was taught a few years before Koko the gorilla was born). It was certainly was of the "easier" Earthwatch expeditions to go on, but there's still a part of me that wants to go on an exotic trip, like Easter Island. Ohhhhh...maybe someday!
from haloaskew :
Hey, thanks! You went on an Outward Bound adventure?! WOWZA! I always wondered what one of those would be like...How long ago did you do that?
from haloaskew :
Thanks for the info! Is there any way to DRIVE up Cadillac mountain? Cuz we're not getting to the top unless I can strap Mom on my back. Then again, she's been on my back for years, so what's the difference? ;)
from tothefloor :
that's great. if there's any way you can get her to keep up with the languages, please do it. i spoke german till i was about three or four when my mother decided to drop it (entirely!) and i've tried to get it back (taken berlitz courses, etc.) but just can't seem to do it. yay, multilinguilism!
from tothefloor :
hee, styrofoam is the spelling you were looking for, i think. (my cousin used to think it was "starfoam.") a sinophobe is someone who is afraid of or hates china. which i presume you're not, since you were eating asian food. mmm, pad thai. no wonder you didn't stop to breathe, who can stop for breathing when there is pad thai in the house?
from emma25 :
Hey you, Am so happy you are back...have been worying about you! I too am a february baby (8th)! Big hugs!
from arc-angel666 :
Hi Pinkytusk: I prefer the stinky out of their minds and me and God are buddies type. Much more entertaining. I once had a bit of a freak out with one of them. This gentleman was rabbit, foaming at the mouth and invoking all the Saints and the wraft of God to smite all of us on the set that were shooting in his alley in downtown LA. He had slipped past the security and walk right into the scene being shot. He was quite fragrant so no one was in a rush to take hold of him. Alot of the crew and all of us actors gather to heard him expound on the fact that his alley was indeed Sacred Ground, An Angel of God told him to protect this alley. He danced and twirled and raised his hands and spewed curses. I couldn't help myself and I smiled, he immediately stopped and stared at me. I swear a transformation took place and he stopped looking like a crazy man, his eyes cleared and he spoke softly and ask Michael to you think this is funny? He turned to the actress next to me and said Do you Allison, well her name was Teri. I was freaked because he addressed me by my name but felt better because he called Teri, Allison. Feeling better was short lived because the woman standing directly behind Teri was named allison. Now i know this all could have been a lucky guess, or what ever but for a second it freaked me out. As usual things went back to normal within minutes and it was forgotten immediately after he was taken await from the set. I have to admit the change in his facial expression scared me more than anything compounded with my name and I nearly when Biblical LOL. Nice to see you back Pinky
from henry-jones :
Just droppin by and sayin hi. Hope the new job goes well. My new one kind of killed my creative spirit!
from radiogurl :
Hi - thanks for the note on my diary, but I must've been dain bread because I don't remember talking about a HS ring...
from dulcibella :
bye bye Pinky Tusk, have said all there is to be said in diaryland. Take care xx
from henry-jones :
and that's what's wrong with America - they don't swear properly!
from arc-angel666 :
First time when I was a kid for 3 years. My Father at the time was a Naval Aviator and he was stationed at Glenview Ill. on the Admiral's Staff. I assumed back then that all Naval Officers were rich. My Father(he and his family had money) prefered that we rent homes while in the Navy rather than live in Naval Housing. We lived in big house near the Forest Preserve. Since then I have worked a number of times in and around Chicago. The last time was September of last year, I worked for Young & Robican in a Commercial. I love Chicago its a great place to be. I haven't had any problems on the El, but then again I not a likely canidate for the masturbaters, I have had some interesting experiences on the subways of New York though lol.
from henry-jones :
Yes it does. And we wont mention any mre about the Stevie/Lionel thing
from dulcibella :
Hmm, I haven't had anything interesting to report of late, & am not too motivated to switch on the pc after a day of gawping at a screen all day...thanks for your note
from emma25 :
It really is much easier than it looks - hey even I can do it. If you have a problem send me the details and i will create a link here for you which you can copy and paste!
from emma25 :
As promised here is the html coding and instructions. If you don't understand something let me know... <a href="Where you put in the address of the page you want to link to"target="_blank">the word you want to link </a> In other words between the two "" after the = and before the word TARGET you need to enter the address eg, www.mylink.com then after the last > put the word you want to link the address to and after that word put </a> Hope this is understandable and also that you had a fab first day at the new job!!
from emma25 :
Hiya, you don't need gold membership to link. I will send you the html codes and instructions in the morning, It's really easy! But for now I am going home to a long hot bath - woo-hoo Monday is over with!
from arc-angel666 :
Good Afternoon Ms Pinkytusk: My buddy Dangerspouse says your a good read. Plus I have never met a Pinkytusk, just what is a pinkytusk? I feasted on your words and feel quite full and satisfied. Very Funny stuff, but a word to the wise, its not a good idea to torment Hookers in the Projects lol.
from hogan-64 :
LOL you don't even know your fan club do you?
from henry-jones :
And good to meet another Sound of Music fan!
from henry-jones :
I would love some advice on building my own General Lee
from henry-jones :
Sorry. The others are probably Australian, and never went beyond our shores (which is a good thing). If only I could find the Dukes of Hazzard theme...
from dangerspouse :
Hah! I'm glad to know that I'm not the only one who darts women. Of course in my case it was the only way I could find a date. But still. Funny entry :)
from emma25 :
Thanks for the note. Glad to be back!
from henry-jones :
If you walk in 1 mintute late you get shifty eyed dirty looks from our bitch ass controlling boss who tries to control everything with the exception of the size of her ass This sounds so familar! And how do you tell your boss that the low cut top isn't really appropriate if they keep bending over
from dulcibella :
I'm not that bothered about my skin truth to tell! I once went to the docs about an earache or something & the bloke said "That's your ear sorted out, what shall we do about your skin" I was so insulted!! I always say I have a youthful complexion!!
from moochala :
hhhaaaaaa that was so funny now I cant stop smiling which is not good when your mouth is sore.....that was excellently great thank you
from dulcibella :
Nah - just have naff skin - just not usually this bad!!!
from henry-jones :
I've never had a baby (apart from the obvious reason that I'm a male, but I'm sure you know what I mean), but of friends and associates who have, I've never heard of a cute intimate mother-baby moment being compared to a Lionel Richie video before. Good one!
from henry-jones :
Thanks. I tried to add you, but somehow managed to stuff it up!
from bigpimpinmba :
I'll put you in the insane category... Enjoying yardwork... That's not right. We're big pants people. (Sorry. Obscure comic reference) Please feel free to come by New Jersey and help me out with my yard. You could visit your friends Kumar and Akmed. They live right around the corner.
from henry-jones :
Just read your note to Dulcibella about the lottery. As someone who used to work in social security, it was always amusing to hear from people who never had any money for the kids' medicines, but could always afford the smokes and the lottery tickets. Anyway, a big hello to you
from dulcibella :
Yeah the lottery is a tax on the poor. In the UK the lottery is a state sponsored thing - a percentage of the funds raised is given to good causes...this irritates me because maybe the governement should be giving some our hard earned dosh to these good causes. One such good cause is the GB Olympic team. People have always argued that our team never does well because many of the sports people can't afford to devote their lives to their sport...but hey, I can dream!
from ladyro :
All silliness aside...Road rage is considered a disorder and is treatable. I almost fell out when my husband told me a few weeks back. He's thinking of sending a few of his soldiers to the wellness center to get started. If it works, then HE'S gonna do it. *whatever* But it's serious stuff in the US Army here at Fort Cartoon... ;) Try not to let the non-driving arseholes get the better of you...'specially when yer little bundle of joy buckled up in her carseat... You'll be fine honey.
from dangerspouse :
Ladyro is right. I have to play to my strengths, ya know. Hey listen, how 'bout posting a few pics of Ms. Spaghetti Ho? Just for, uh, confirmation purposes. Hey, regarding your note: Would I kid about having a vasectomy forced on me at a young age? That would be just sick! Besides, no one lies on the internet. That's illegal. Oooh yeah - I remember the SNL skit! Ah, yer a gal after my own lower GI. Thanks again for the nice note :)
from ladyro :
"Hand, Foot and Mouth disease" is very common among little kids; especially infants to toddlers who are in a day care environment ( I guess itís supposed to be passed around?). One of my best friendís kids got it and while he wasnít in day care, a cousin who visited for a couple days was. Go figure. I am surprised more parents donít know about it. I think it would have scared the crap out of me too and I am glad Lucyís feeling better! A hoochie-mamma at work....too bad DangerSpouse doesnít work there...heíd have it all HANDled in no time, Iím sure... ; )
from dulcibella :
I've been too tired to switch the machine on when I get home to be honest! Thanks for asking. New job is ok, but put it this way, am reading job ads with interest & buying lottery tickets with renewed enthusiasm!
from dangerspouse :
If my parents hadn't forced me to have a vasectomy when I was seven I would SO be that father planted in front of the Playstation, telling his brat to have Mom deal with the poopy pants. Funny, funny shit (literally)! Hey, thanks for adding me to your Fave List - I'm so flattered I could spoil my own Depends over here. I'm looking forward to reading more of your stuff. Ciao!
from ladyro :
Thanks for stopping by my place and leaving me a note! Thanks for adding me as a fave, too! Donít know when Iíll get to The Windy City, but Iíll be sure to look that place up when I get to go! Oh...welcome home!
from haloaskew :
I had no idea that Cher borrowed song lyrics from Thoreau! ;) Let's just thank our lucky stars he never wore black stockings over a thong on a military ship and belted out "Walden" on MTV.
from margymae :
Neato! Actually my older sister graduated in '91! Small world....
from margymae :
There's nothing for it, Mel Brooks is a genius. Anyway, I knew DP a little in HS. He was a year ahead of me and I had a few classes with him. But mostly I know him because he was a wrestler and my dad was a wrestling coach. At the high school I went to. And a football coach. At the high school I went to. Christ, it's no wonder I barely had a date while I was there.
from dulcibella :
Thanks for the recommendation. One of my favourite books is "Sun Dog" by Monique Roffey which is really unusual. Roffey's wonderful prose stops this from being another boy meets girl book. I think I wrote a mini review of this in one of my earlier entries. I'm really nosey, I love to know what other people are reading & the music they listen to. I really love the Richard & Linda Thompson album "I want to see the bright lights tonight". I love the song "The Calvary Cross". Maria Mckee did an amazing version of "Has he got a friend for me" on her first solo album which I believe Richard Thompson played on. Do you like Fairport Convention?
from margymae :
Yeah, I did notice Prince cancelled all the Chicago shows. Thankfully, I went Friday night when he kicked so much ass he had to take a week off. PS That line from "Blazing Saddles"? It's my absolute favorite. I say it all the time.
from dulcibella :
I once had a manager whose voice would probably grate a lump of cheese if some was put on her desk... I have been having nightmares about the new job, where I don't get on with my new manager.
from dulcibella :
Thanks for the tip off! i forgot to mention that between the ages of 12 and 16 my friends & I used to walk through a park which was a bit hilly, on our way home from school. Without fail I would run down this part of the park singing "The Hills are alive..." Recently a friend told me I was like Julie Andrews (which I still don't know how to take!) Haven't had the urge to run up some new togs with my curtains...mind you they'd make a rather nice skirt (oh dear)...Start the new job on Monday, currently have a bad cold! It's always the way - pass the echinaccea. Take care
from dulcibella :
Just read your diary - good for you!!
from dulcibella :
Can empathise with your feelings about your job. I'm due to start a new job v soon because the old one was too awful for words. My new job is very similar to the job I've just finished. In a moment of panic I thought why am I doing this? A friend gave me some good advice though. She reckons it's a good idea to look through a load of job ads, circle the ones you may be interested in. This will give you an idea of the sorts of career that appeal and whether you need to gain any new skills or qualifications. This might be particularly useful if you're thinking of going back to college. I tried to do this earlier in the year - doing a course that I thought I wanted to do. I ended up packing it in because it wasn't really me and lost a wad of cash in the process. If I had followed my friends advice I might have been more focused. Take care - Dulc.
from dulcibella :
Football is such a boring sport, I think it's perfectly reasonable to admire the players running up & down the pitch in their shorts! The whole country is going to be taken over by Football Fever soon with the Euro 2004 tournament. It's quite pathetic since England are crap. Good luck for Friday
from dulcibella :
Hello Pinkytusk, hope you're keeping well. I find the lighting in all salons awful - so I tend to pile on the make up too! Are Manchester United big in the US? Can't really think of any phwoarsome footballers. I used to have a bit of a thing for Patrick Rafter. Anthony Kiedis has matured quite nicely...ooer am getting all hot under the collar. Thanks for making me a fave. Take care
from dulcibella :
Thanks for your note. Sorry to read about your step brothers illness. Am from the UK. Take care.
from dulcibella :
Hello Pinkytusk - am newish to diarlyland & just found your diary, which I think is vey good. Shall make you a fave. Noticed you like "The Sound of Music". Have you ever been to a "Sing a long a Sound of Music"? You dress up like a character, get drunk, wave bits of material (like the curtain clothes) at the screen & sing a long to all the songs. Faboo
from soul-glimpse :
yeah i'm sure you will find your own groove to get into as far as diaries go. i don't know; i have a lot of different favorites and it's all for different reasons. it's nice to have things switched up. anyway, off to blow my nose *grr*
from soul-glimpse :
sorry it took me so long to hit you back but i've just been really busy. really stoned. and now, really sick. thanks for the note though; i am constantly looking for feedback. how do you like diaryland so far? i noticed you just started. hope you enjoy.

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