messages to splorch:
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from opheliafic :
See I knew I could not be alone in my CSI unliking! Lemme know how Farscape is. I've been debating on if I want to get into it or not. I am going to TiVo Strange World they are running a marathon soon, also wondering about Millennium.
from starlight42 :
Found you through another diary I read- I loved your entry on imperfect parents & children. Right on! Your diary is for you to get out any emotion you are having...
from rocksbaby :
Hey u! Way behind on ur correspondence is putting it mildly! Hehe, joking! So, u checking my out aye? *Reads your note again* Oh, checking out MY WRITING! Hahah... Take care, aight?
from rocksbaby :
Hi, I linked you up 'cause I like the way you write. Thought you'd like to know :)
from parlance :
The word Splorch reminds me of the action SPLASH. Fascinating.
from opheliafic :
Don't forget Charlaine Harris - Club Dead! I think you will really like it.
from opheliafic :
Start thinking of weekends dear!
from hissandtell :
Pity you didn't just walk right in and make your blue jeans talk, baby, just like the movies...
from splorch :
PS wanna leave Griff with Jim and come over here for cheese dip? Hee.
from lizardspace :
Dude, still sorry to have bailed on you for New Years, but less so now that both Griffin and I have been diagnosed with the flu and he's on steroids for his asthma and is currently downstairs having a truly magnificent temper tantrum. Your plans sound far better than ours. But at least I've dodged going to my in-laws' once again. Ring a ding ding, my friend. Ring a fucking ding.
from opheliafic :
Make a change where you can for the better. Sometimes you need to start out small but you will do it and make your mark in the process. Go Stef!
from opheliafic :
So they have a cranberry wine? Huh. We don't have that down here. *pout*
from drahmaqueen :
http://drahmaqueen.diaryland.com/030724_29.html Check this out. I can totally relate!! What we women do to ourselves...
from neurotic-one :
ah man, I wish I had a "Luvya Dubya" T-Shirt. Did you see how the Democrats lampooned Dubya with the LOTR's? Simply horrible, those creepy left wing idiots. =]
from neurotic-one :
Boy am I glad I read your latest entry before putting more garbage into the trash.....I had to retreive my discount coupons for Amazon!
from hissandtell :
Your co-worker fucked a dog? Are you serious?
from rs536-2000 :
I'm embarrassingly pleased that your kid is learning [something] about Chanukah. The drayel chocolate is really waxy and nasty, though...
from kate1211 :
I doubt that will send her into fits of therapy!LOL The Xmas picture was adorable though!
from hissandtell :
Oh dear. This reminded me (slightly) of the scene in "Sybil" where the child is tied up on the floor and the mother is playing piano loudly and yelling, "Hold your water! Hold your water!" and the kid splits off into thirteen distinct personalities to deal with the horror...
from waterstain :
'we wish you a merry christmas' has always irritated me. even as a kid, i remember wondering where these people got off.
from hobbitfreak :
"Pine Barrens Debutante" Are you from 'Jersey? =D
from hissandtell :
Your banner made me click you. I'm enjoying your diary and will stick you with my favourites so I can re-read all your older entries. Such energetic writing! Fabulous.
from neurotic-one :
I saw your banner and clicked. I have no time to read at the moment, but want to tell you how beautiful your layout is! Will temporarily link you to my favorites, because I have to many bookmarks and I want to read you.
from spritopias :
Oh, my Jesus! That was so funny
from abhorgod :
so long as it was some corporate evil entity and not your personal selection of music, i suppose i can forgive you
from abhorgod :
hazy shade of winter.. the bengals.. isnt that some sort of fucking severe cosmic crime. that song can only be done by one band. simon and garfunkel.
from waterstain :
i love holidailies. i always look forward to your entries and this way there's an abundance of them.
from lady-malfoy :
I just had to tell you...every time I think the words "Electric Gregaloo" I laugh like a damn loon. Thanks a lot, dammit. (Hope things get better for you soon, Mad-Eye.)
from melwadel :
I feel for you...I'm always making gawdawful faux pas like that.
from chi-ha :
i fell in love with your journal and your daughter after reading one entry. you have to go on my buddy list now, i'm sorry.
from opheliafic :
I hope you will like her books. I really did find them good. It was supernatural with humor you know what I mean. Actually she falls into the same catagories they list Buffy and Angel under so that's a good thing. Speaking of which, I'm gonna need someone to explain Angel to me. I caught and ep last night and I'm totally confused. But I'm liking the kick ass Wes who is not taking any crap! Now that is drool worthy!
from opheliafic :
Hey I listen to most of those songs and that one about the kid behind the sofa - I know that one! I just can't think of the name. And I love dead girlfrind songs like "last kiss", "leader of the pack" stuff like that. Gets me all sniffly and crap. Nothing like good drepressing love songs I tell you! Okay, I need to get some sleep. I am menstral! (Oh and ordered the other detective books that follow Storm Front). *eg*
from opheliafic :
Thank you again for the books love! I'm swiming in them right now. *bounce* And what happened to all your links dear? Just a layout change?
from angelbutt :
Dude, you forgot about becoming a major campaign contributor so that the people who have truly pissed you off over the years find themselves scraping and bowing to your magnificence! ;)
from opheliafic :
You just don't need the moral support of a group and like to do it on your own. Which is a good thing. my view has always been misery loves company thats why anyone on a diet needs to try and bring you in. It's a cult really. I'm trying to behave but should I slip feel free to kick my ass.
from trinity63 :
I hate her too. Let's make a voodoo doll of her and poke her all over with big pins and needles?
from elateddream :
I've decided to come back =)
from bsg7sea :
Also- NJ has more horses per square mile than Kentuky. We are home to the united staes equestrian team, more then 3 former USET team members, and some of the largest most expensive and beautful horse farms in the nation. North, south central- horses are everywhere in Jersey. Yeah. :) I like ponies! and NJ!
from mizerychick :
Preach it girlfriend! Jersey kicks ass and if you're too big of an ignorant asshat to understand or appreciate it, spend your money here and get the ever loving fuck out! Now if you'll excuse me, I'm going to head out to Jenny Jump state park and set up my telescope for some of the most amazing views of the night sky :)
from mizerychick :
Word!
from lizardspace :
By the way, I just realized that with the exception of this one, I have started pretty much every note to you with the word "Dude." This must not continue.
from lizardspace :
Dude, I am coming over and you are making me something chocolate. Don't try tell my raging hormones no, either. I introduced you to mojitos; the way I see it, you owe me.
from drahmaqueen :
Hot damn! I have links all over the place... xxoo thanks!
from drahmaqueen :
Hey that was sweet! Thanks for the link. How the hell do you do that anyway? I am so jealous...I have so much to learn. :)
from lizardspace :
Dude, word. I will SO be on that panel.
from heartworks :
I just joined DiaryLand and was browsing the directory. I read (your latest entry)'Anger' and just wanted to say that could have been a page write from one of my diaries! You hit a chord. Keep writing.
from strangerlucy :
I'm very sorry that you lost such a fine friend. You wrote a loving tribute to her, and the ending made me cry- but you are so right in what you said.
from keryanna :
I really miss evil Spike too. He's so much cooler when he's evil, I think. And You're not the only shallow one either. Although I love all the philosophical underpinnings of Buffy, I basically watch every week hoping against hope that Spike is in some state of undress. And, oh, the things I would do with those chains.
from ladybugge :
Okay, I love ya! I don't know why, this is the first time I read your profile - ? - Word, girl!! :-) L
from amiebea :
Love your design and your writing. I added you to my favorites. Thanks for writing! Amy
from mizerychick :
Your diary is a breath of refreshing bitchy air :)
from kethrai :
You know, darlin', I really would have gone with Demolition Man. Explosions are good for the soul.
from lizardspace :
For the record, I love you for holding the gun to my head and making me watch Joe Millionaire. And American Idol. Love you.
from mizerychick :
Oh yeah, I forgot to leave you this. EAGLES SUCK!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Kisses hon, I love dick too. :D
from opheliafic :
Babe welcome to my sex life. You get those that look at you like you are dirt and others who look at you like the blushing virgin who 'just doesn't know real sex yet'. You like dick, be proud the rest of us are! Lost your voice from screaming so loud? How about hurting your wrist cus you were so into it you didn't care? Wait till you come down, we'll talk. *wink*
from mizerychick :
nope, I really don't care much. The Jets aren't my team anyway and besides, it's a known fact that all of the Eagles suck donkey dick - they're just that kind of team :)
from mizerychick :
EAGLES SUCK EAGLES SUCK EAGLES SUCK EAGLES SUCK EAGLES SUCK :)
from moviegrrl :
you must realise from my entries that the Exorcist is one of my favourite horror movies EVAH - and yes, the subliminals have always been there.....
from in-my-life :
I wish you the strength to accomplish everything on your list. It's interesting that it is nearly identical to mine. I'll be very curious to see how you do. Good luck!
from marsist :
I think I'm making a trip to Sears :)
from marsist :
oh Stef! who makes those kitchen radio/CD players? that would be such a great present for my guy, and we're not done gift-giving yet!
from moviegrrl :
I had to carry Siobhan up the stairs a couple of days ago because "I'm a bit wibbly-wobberly ACKshually" I love it.....
from angelbutt :
Dear God! You are not a bad parent. You care to teach your daughter right from wrong. You care to teach your daughter how to behave in public. You are one person, you are human, you want what is best for your child. Who in the world ever told you you had to be perfect?
from mizerychick :
No, you're not a bad parent. Quite the opposite actually. As you've written time and time and time again in your diary, you love Leah very much and you're trying to raise her properly and spend time with her and well, like a lot of little kids, she's testing you by being a hideous bitch monster. Frankly I would have been more strict than you (speaking as someone who has no children of her own but half raised her 10+ years younger brother). Sometimes you have to scream because frankly, you don't know what else to do, but don't stress over it. Forget this current politically correct shit that says that you have to reason with toddlers like they're grown adults - they don't think that way and you can't reason with them. Time outs, taking away toys, etc. are about the only way to get through to them for a while - just hang in there honey. ::hug::
from waterstain :
i think sometimes you have to scream. not always, not often, but sometimes someone needs to get their attention. i don't have children, but i have seven siblings, and that has simply got to count for something. if not, i'm going through with the elaborate suicide plan i crafted the day we all went to a sit-down restaurant together.
from dichroic :
No, sweetie, the child-free, or at least this member thereof, will say that parents are people too and that noone -- NO ONE -- can be perfectly wise and loving all the time. Screaming at your kids all the time is bad, yes. (Though my mom did it, and I stll don't hate her.) But maybe screaming at her just once will only teach her that even mommies can be pushed too far. That sometimes even five-year-olds need to worry about hurting other people. Or maybe, someday she'll have a little tantrum-tosser of her own and a sudden memory will make her feel that living up to her own mother's standards might be humanly possible after all.
from ladybugge :
Well, that was pretty nutty. I *can* tell you everything will be alright, and you are okay. Really. Feels awful, it was awful, but you are not a bad person or mother. It is part of life especially when one rearing a child or children without help. Love and {{{{{{{{{{{HUGS}}}}}}}}}}} L
from ladybugge :
No, you are not a bad mother. From the stay-at-home contingent <grin> I can't work, I'm disabled, and many would say a bad mother for having five when I can't properly take care of myself. They should just get stuffed. We all lose it sometimes. Sometimes it feels so awful I have just wanted to kill myself to put myself out of my kids (and my) misery. I'm so afraid I'm doing to them what my mother did to me, & so on & so on. I've been balling my eyes out on one side of a door hanging onto the doorknob to keep it shut while my daughter (then about two (?)) cried and pulled on the other side. We were both safer with the door between us. Sounds like your daughter's settled and taken care of, how about you? You need to do something nice for yourself. You are not a bad person, and I suspect you really, really need someone to give you a big hug and tell you it'll all be alright, and you are okay. I can't do that, but I can suggest a warm bath, candles, candy, a good movie, whatever constitutes a 'taking-care-of-me' treat. give yourself a break. And blessings fall upon you and yours. Is this too long for a note? Maybe I should email. D*** I'm too tired now. Lots of love, L
from moviegrrl :
you put me on your favourites!! "fank yew"..... Sas
from mizerychick :
love the new layout
from in-my-life :
Ooh, pretty redesign. I secretly like "Save Tonight" so I'm happy you mentioned it. Although, I just realized you only said that it was on the radio, not that you liked it.
from angelbutt :
We were separated at birth. I refuse to believe otherwise. I cannot explain: Cher, Wal-Mart, green bean casserole, and Elvis. ;) How do you feel about chocolate covered cherries?
from moviegrrl :
http://members.lycos.co.uk/starttheinsanity/stef1.htm don't worry there will be some less fey designs.....!!
from moviegrrl :
wadda you want? we could Buff it up? Or i think i've got some very nice Tori pics form the Boys for Pele tour program... ask and i shall try me level best... email me babe and we'll sort it out [email protected] Sas
from moviegrrl :
i could always do you one... http://moviegrrl.diaryland.com/designs.html!!! {shameless, absolutely shameless....}
from moviegrrl :
woah! that freaked me out - you changed your layout to just like Lori's!!! looks nice! Sas
from moviegrrl :
spooky....i woke up this morning thinking about being Tori singing "Silent All These Years"......(even worse I was thinking about the piano playing too.....)
from herworship :
I love you. Marry me.
from mizerychick :
have you read any of Janet Evanovich's books - I swear you remind me of the main character, in that good way :) Woo - Jersey girls.
from marsist :
dude! happy 200th entry!
from shiloh26 :
I loved these are days entry. I found it hilarious.
from herworship :
Magenta from Rocky Horror or Blue's Clues? ;)
from bluenuisance :
BWAWAHAHAHAHA!!!! I hoped your spleen venting did a lot for you, because it sure did for me. Let's hear it for trashy fiction, ugly kids, and Bridezilla. Fucking A. (And, by the by, was this past Buffy the creepiest Buffy you've ever seen? I was super creeped out by it.)
from mizerychick :
hey stef - i think i love you :) - hang in there and when all else fails i find the words "fuck off" work well
from trinity63 :
Oh Splorch - I am so loving your diary, you truly are a breath of fresh air!
from likl :
OK, so for one thing, I can't believe I actually might have found someone else in New Jersey that is a Republican. I'm an "African-American" male, voted for George W. in the last presidential election. This is a short forum, I don't really have the room to say all that I would like, so I'll just say this: There are more black people either already GOP or who would like to be than you might think, certainly more than the so-called "experts" think. Especially 30-and-under. Leave a note on my notes page at likl.diaryland.com, if you'd like to talk about this.
from angelbutt :
chicken butt....giggling way out of control. ;)
from lizardspace :
I'm living a parallel life, child-wise. Except for the Halloween parade part, in which Griffin sobbed like he was being beaten. I can't even call Griffin a "little man" lest I be bitch-slapped and told, "I'm not a little man; I'm a big, big bigger BOY!" (And at least the nasty magenta boots make Leah easier to find when she's careening around like a bat out of hell...)
from lizardspace :
Dude, you LINKED me! (And I just called you Dude. Forgive me. I got excited.) Anyway, wait until I get writing about my in-laws. I know exactly how you feel about your sister. And I just got an earful of good-natured shit from Chris because Allison got wind of my I'm Related To Everyone entry and was disappointed that I didn't mention her. Just to keep you updated.
from angelbutt :
Doctor Detroit is a classic. A classic I tell you!
from lizardspace :
Um, Allison from Hate Your Daddy, the "A" of MATH+1? Yeah. Marrying Chris. It's getting to where you're probably my second cousin once removed and I just haven't realized it yet. My world? Tiny.
from mizerychick :
as far as I know, Adrian Zmed is doing variety shows in Branson ;)
from auntie-mari :
Hello, nice journal. I clicked on your banner. I enjoy reading it. I will be back. Have a good day!
from herworship :
The Chieftains rock. :)
from beaufort :
hey, just intriqued by your banner. Your quote from tanith lee intrigued me. it was a great book and much of modern fantasy is rich and full like the lit. of 19thc my other love. just thought i'd say hello, from one deb to another.
from lizardspace :
Hey, Stef! Just clicked on your banner because it cracked me up. Your child may be able to raze a village, but MY child can raise wood and tell a crowded roomful of strangers all about it to the tune of, "Hey, Mommy…my penis is BIG!"
from elateddream :
Hey, I was wondering if you would be interested in adding me to your favourites. And I would add you to mine, you can email me ([email protected]) if you're interested. Love the diary :) Katie
from neekay :
AND i used to have the same layout. wow. you seem like a very clever person. and very much like me.
from neekay :
commenting on your random acts of intimacy entry...that's exactly me. only i'm 17 and it was one year ago. but it sounds dead on me. the entire situation. everything. wow.
from angelbutt :
If I had a $1000000 I'd buy you an exotic pet (Like a llama or an emu) If I Had $1000000 (If I Had $1000000) I'd buy you John Merrick's remains (All them crazy bones) If I Had $1000000 I'd buy your love
from marsist :
I dunno, hon. I'm not very political. but what I've *heard* is that Clinton could've used a Democratic Congress to back him up because all the Republicans hated him and would fight him on every issue no matter what. I've heard that it was the Republican Congress that defeated his request to bomb the crap out of Osama Bin Laden. can you straighten this out for me?
from mizerychick :
heh - i got it :) personally, i've always wanted a monkey
from herworship :
Funny, suffering monkeys! Bring 'em on!
from bluenuisance :
screw the ruffled shirt with the belly pants. Anya definitely got the short end of the fashion stick this ep! My favorite line, though, is still, "Go! Talk with your mouth full!"
from angelbutt :
Spank me Giles, I've been a very bad girl...and could you wear that coat and those boots when you do it? Mmmhhhh. Thank you.
from herworship :
Smoooooch. Hug. (No milk needed, thank you very much.) Chocolate...James Marsters and Alexis covered in chocolate....punish us, Giles!!
from bluenuisance :
Dude, Buffy's hair may be extensions, but her pants hit new lows in lowrider. I kept waiting for crack to show! And the braless look just made me wince in every fight scene. As I was watching the second time (yes, yes, shut up), I was wondering, does she put on a sport bra for those scenes special? Or at least bind up somehow? So what did you think of the new Spike hair? The Spair? Anyway, I'm going away now. To probably watch it a third time. Heh.
from angelbutt :
If this makes you feel any better, my sister, the one who is 14 months old than me? She's a snot and I don't mind telling people that. She's a snot to me, my other two sisters, and it's precisely why I don't make it home to family get togethers but once every five years. What's more, she's a smug snot, which I think makes being a snot ten times worse. And while we are on the subject of sisters, I think your sister is jealous and intimidated by you? There would have been no reason to upstage you at your wedding if she was secure in herself. Just remember that and use it like a weapon. ;)
from herworship :
Have I told you lately that I love you? Run away with me. Pretty please?
from strangerlucy :
your guest book is acting wonky at the moment- so I just wanted to say I hope you indulged yourself with a good cry yesterday. Who doesn't feel overwhelmed sometimes? When you're feeling tougher, pick a small project and finish it. At least then you'll feel like you have control over something again, doesn't matter how small it is.
from in-my-life :
It's so interesting to me that someone all the way on the opposite coast can be going through almost exactly what I am at this moment. I can't even bear to update my diary because things are so bad right now. I just wanted to let you know that I appreciate your strength. Things do have a way of working out. Don't they? (p.s. i'm K. Maria over at 3WA)
from angelbutt :
Yeah, I gotta love you. You are brave, beautiful, special, wonderful, smart, funny, amazing, resourceful, snarky--just think Adjective Girl and smile. 'K? :) Hugs!!!
from angelbutt :
Tons of hugs, lots of smoochies, and bubbles from me to you.
from herworship :
{{{{{{hugs}}}}}}} for you, and smoochies too.
from angelbutt :
Apparently, when the ceiling fan is slinging shit it only lands on one wall. Sigh. Hey, I love you my fellow Republican. ;)
from mizerychick :
i almost cried reading that last entry. virtual hugs to you from an internet stranger :)
from herworship :
ah, woman, you break my heart....
from mizerychick :
let me tell you, I'm very very thankful I'm a sleepy drunk, not a horny one. :)
from angelbutt :
Squeal! Babies! They smell just like powder! :) I'll take Leah if you want to ship her off my way. Congrats. Hey, did I mention babies smell like powder? ;)
from tygerchild :
Oh, oh, OH! Took me a while to figure out that you were doing a HotPants entry. Then again, I'm a doof who JUST learned (three weeks later) that Rob Lowe is leaving `The West Wing`, so you'll have to forgive my inner ditz.
from angelbutt :
Oh, gawd, I can just imagine your drive to work! :) Heeeeeee!
from sarahjanet :
Oh, man. (snickers) You're going to get me in trouble at work, dude! I love the Leah stories. Love. Them.
from angelbutt :
We need pictures of Leah, darn it. The sandwhich bags....heeeee. I giggle when I imagine it.
from angelbutt :
...and the sandwich bags on the feet---heeeeee. It required an unscheduled loo break.
from angelbutt :
Heeeeeee! Leah stories are my favorite. I tell ya, that child is going to end up ruling the world! I sincerely hope she will spare me when she has her crown. :P
from angelbutt :
Happy belated birthday sugarbooger! ;-) Mortgage! Whew! Congrats! Two words. Home Inspector--one your realtor doesn't pick. :P
from herworship :
HAPPY belated BIRTHDAY, darling! Wooo! July Girls Rock! =)
from herworship :
lucky lucky lucky...
from zerom3ph :
the quills dream sounds like a baaaaaaad trip
from sarahjanet :
Hee. I love your Leah stories. An atheist at the age of three - very impressive!
from angelbutt :
Grace of My Heart is such a fabulous movie, and I own the soundtrack. It's gorgeous. I still cry like the girl I am when I watch this movie. :`)
from sarahjanet :
Well, I for one would have liked to hear the Leah story, too. But then, I'm a greedy bastard. You captured that feeling so well - that sense that even though you don't really belong, they are willing to allow you to do so, even if only for a while. Church is a funny thing. Anyway. I love your journal, as always, although I don't think I've ever told you that. Woo!
from angelbutt :
There's nothing like a funeral to make you feel superior to your family members. ;) Well, mine anyway. >;-) And hey, go to church every Saturday morning, but I still ain't got that cursin' thing licked yet.
from strangerlucy :
ok,fellow Emmy Lou fan- if you don't already own Red Dirt Girl, you need to go bounce a check at a used record(-er,cd-)store, and buy it- well worth it.
from strangerlucy :
Glad I stumbled in to find someone else who doesn't mind when her inner bitch becomes an outie-
from angelbutt :
See, this is why I don't leave my house anymore. People, man. I'm telling you whut! :P
from herworship :
The commentary on Innocence is interesting. :) I just listened to Marti Noxon on "What's My Line Pt1" this morning. She's an odd person.
from mizerychick :
ooooooh, those people who park their carts in the middle of the aisles make me want to skin them alive. it's not like the cart is going to run away if you take one hand off it for a second - fucking idiots...
from herworship :
Hey now, I'm having Chinese for dinner tonight. High five!
from angelbutt :
Paint...mmmmmhhhh. No more paint chips!
from herworship :
Hey, I cover PPG shoes too. I hate that they aren't in my siiiiize. And watch those boobs, eh? Purple M&Ms alllll the way!!
from herworship :
You are like a twisting, winding, never-ending garden path, lined with smooth square stones in some places, and rough octagons in others, and while the sunset slants in shimmering slivers through the tall skeletal strands of blossoming and fragrant flowers, sometimes you become blind to the smooth path and stumble like a blind woman onto the rough stones. They cut your feet and you tell everyone no, no, get away, leave me to my solitude, I need no solace. Yet you stumble amid the blossoms, golden pollen scattering your arms until the bees gather and sip from you as if you are indeed a flower yourself. And it's not entirely a bad or misguided path and the dead end you thought was there isn't at all, for beyond the tangle of fragile peony stems, there lies another path, one you just hadn't seen yet. Pinch a peony before you go and keep the honeyed scent close to hand, to remind you of the tangled way you came, and that it wasn't so bad after all.
from angelbutt :
You're going to teach Leah to fall in love with someone who loves to dance, that if people make fun of her there is always satisfaction to be had from pitying them, that she's beautiful, that her mother is the smartest woman in the world, that boys aren't interesting until they turn 30, and the best part of life is tomorrow. Love you. Feel better. Smack someone tomorrow and I can guarantee you'll feel better. ;)
from herworship :
Landscaping! Send him over HERE. Promptly. Thank you, sugarbooger.
from angelbutt :
But would you love me, ache for my snark the way you do after a threesome with your favorite men? Ben and Jerry, hot, hot, hot! ;)
from mizerychick :
be glad the landlady bitch isn't speaking to you anymore - I'm sure her husband prays every night that she turns into a mute
from marsist :
you made me a favorite! *snif* I'm touched. thanks-- m
from herworship :
Yep, that was a doozie of an ep--very hard to watch. And yet, great acting. Those folks still impress me.
from mizerychick :
stef - you're hostilicious. And anyone who can properly use the word suckass in a diary entry gets a plus in my book
from splorch :
*Thank* you. I was worried I was overreacting and being, you know, Bitchy Tenant Chick with Entitlement Issues.
from angelbutt :
Pop a cap in Javier's ass. I just wanted to say "pop a cap" and now realize you prolly need to pop the cap in Javier's wife's ass. Either way, there should be cap poppage. ;)
from mizerychick :
so does "Chill Factor" count as a good Morgan Freeman movie? ;) Because there is nothing in the world less plausible than Keanu Reeves as a nuclear scientist
from angelbutt :
Congrats on the new family member! So sorry on the loss of a friend. :(
from mizerychick :
Hey, don't crack on us North Jersey chicks ;) Aside from the shore, I don't venture below the Mason Dixon line - that being approximately exit six on the Turnpike. I may live in snooty rich land now, but I grew up near the GWB, near that lovely Fort Lee, with it's fort ;) Us Jersey chicks have to stick together hon.
from angelbutt :
Does Lee live close enough that a flame thrower would be an option?
from herworship :
Ooo....um, guess who my daddy is? Yup, the dude in the big black helmet. We're doomed!
from angelbutt :
So, it's your birthday, nananananananananana!!! >;-) Happy birthday, darling! Love the new design, and really, you can't be too careful late at night when you've been reading horror stories and have to go to the bathroom.
from herworship :
Ooo, pretty new design! And I dig this little window here...happy two years! :)
from herworship :
Why am I not surprised that Darth Vader is your daddy? >:)
from angelbutt :
Saw that photo a couple of weeks ago and it was tragic in so many way. Just for the record, I'm for stringing them up by their testicles, but you probably knew that already. >;-)
from herworship :
Yep, I saw the picture and was disgusted.
from angelbutt :
As long as it's a good wallow, go for it. :) Good memories are always worth sloshing around in. The important thing is that you continue to create "good old days" so that the tub is deep and warm, not shallow bitter.
from herworship :
Nothing wrong with a good wallow now and then. I do it myself. Come over for a beer, we'll wallow together.
from silver-faery :
slash is awesome! I'm not ashamed to admit that I enjoy reading slash (when the mood strikes me of course, which it does with quite some frequency). Before I got obsessed with Buffy, I was into several anime shows, and after I got into yaoi (slash), I didn't like to read stories about any other couple. And I'm a couple-oriented reader/writer!
from angelbutt :
I really think you should make no apologies for what you like. Some people aren't going to get you, but that's okay. I'm sure they have some squirrels in their closets that won't bare a lot of close scrutiny. >;-) In matters of opinion, there is no accounting for taste.
from herworship :
Amen on that whole entry, woman. :)
from herworship :
Apparently I need to wake up a bit more; I thought you said Jesus was coming by to pick up paperwork. See--it could be worse for you... ;)
from marsist :
aack system glitch! sorry.
from marsist :
hey chiquita, have been rereading your old entries-- if you want to see a lively concert, let me take you to a Frank Black & the Catholics show sometime. say, the next time he plays Baltimore? :) don't know if he's your cup of tea, but he did write an ode to John Denver.
from marsist :
hey chiquita, have been rereading your old entries-- if you want to see a lively concert, let me take you to a Frank Black & the Catholics show sometime. say, the next time he plays Baltimore? :) don't know if he's your cup of tea, but he did write an ode to John Denver.
from batten :
I'm so with you on that. It should be mandatory that people spend Sunday mronings like that. There'd be a lot fewer cranky people in the world if they listened to music like that. Have a great weekend, Stef!
from marsist :
oh my gaaad, more coincidences. parents married in December, I'm born in January... I ask "Does that mean you were pregnant with me when you got married?" Godmother's all, "No no, of course not, it was the year after," while Mom looks all shifty-eyed. she wouldn't admit the truth till I was 25. jeez! btw sorry I didn't write back; springmail ate your message.
from angelbutt :
Aaah, La Grange, my all time favorite ZZ Top song. I can listen to that song over and over again, to which Herworship can attest after spending the day in the Jeep Cherokee with the stereo cranked up and that song playing in a never-ending loop. Then again, Tube Snake Boogie is a good one, too. I got a girl who lives over the hill, she won't do it but her sister will. ;)
from herworship :
We got a lotta nice girls...heh! God, I love that song...
from lobotomybabe :
My daddy, ever the optimist, always told me that the first baby can come any time but after that they all take 9 months. ;-) --L
from herworship :
I did not come in here to talk about Thin Mints...I did not... I came to say I found a mouse in my garage the other day; not alive, he was quite dead, with his litle legs all tucked up. He did not say "Kissy."
from angelbutt :
I truly think Herworship coined the term Satan's Communion Wafers in reference to Girl Scout Thin Mints. Her Thin mints have a Satanic flavor to them, what with the talking and demanding she eat them and all. >;-)
from batten :
Hi Stef, Hang in there. Think about taking a weekend and going off by yourself to the beach. Even in the middle of winter (rates are lower) it's theraputic. A good book, good tunes o the Walkman (Meatloaf is de rigeur) and a couple of bottles of wine and the peace and quiet of walks o a deserted beach might help. Hope for your sake you're not preggers. Hug and smootch to you.-J
from angelbutt :
and that would be RUDE GUY not RIDE GUY. Oy! I'm up too early today!
from angelbutt :
Smack Ride Guy in the ass. I swear but I'm at the limit with people behaving badly. What amazes me more is that people are getting ruder and think their behavior is acceptable. I'd like to send them for a week of boot camp with my momma. If General Momma Butt can't straighten them out they are doomed.
from lobotomybabe :
Mmm. Legolas. Mmmmm. And Shakira? She rawks. That album is totally fab. I like the Spanish version better, too. I signed your dream book instead of leaving you a note--sorry about that! --L
from herworship :
See, more proof. We are the same person. Smile, damn it.
from shadowymoon :
You close the blinds when you dance to Shakira? Huh. I guess that explains the neighbors looking at me funny these past few months. And, yeah, totally with you on the Meatloaf love. The man *rawks*.
from unzadi :
The Loaf! Barry! Neil! Steinman, Steinman, Stienman! Yes, I do think I love you, and the rest of the Partridge family, too! John Denver is fabulous, and I refuse to hide my Bay City Rollers albums. (I know you didn't mention them, but it's the spirit of the thing.) Always dance like nobody's watching.
from angelbutt :
ooo! Mr. Loaf! He rawks! I have CCR (I still crank Run Through The Jungle LOUD), Bob Seger, Kate Bush, Carly Simon, James Taylor (they're a matched set), and just about any 70's band (and that includes The Bay City Rollers) on my Ikindalovethem list. Let's not forget the Eagles and the Petshop Boys--although PB really needs to be on the 80's list, when the big hair and Spandex invasion started. Oh, honey, you are normal. Really. >;-) Trust me.
from herworship :
I think you are me. Are you sure you aren't me? Has anyone EVER seen us in the same place at the same time? Huh? Have they? No. This whole music thing has me alarmed. Get away from my CD shelf. And that whole Celine Dion thing....I am FREAKING out. Yep, Ikindalikethatsongtoo. But, like you said, it's all about Jim S. Now, pardon me while I go close the blinds and put "Dancing Queen" on...
from herworship :
Your ass looks just fine. And thirty...well, I can't lie. It was painful for me, but I made it just fine. This year is two beyond that and well...yeah, painful again. BUT! I have a better idea of who I am, where I'm going, and exactly what I want from this ride. All things considered, this side of thirty is good, really good.
from keryanna :
Your entry about turning thirty (I'm 26) was like you had read my mind. I so understand where you are coming from, sister. Well put. And right on the money (if you ask me.) And believe me, if I would have gone to the Billy Joel concert, I would have been shaking what my mother gave me too. Especially during "Only the Good Die Young". That would have definitely inspired a "WooHoo".
from herworship :
Handcufffssss. Happy sigh. (Spike with cuffs or in them...even betta.)
from keryanna :
Well, consider yourself "fav"d as well. However, I don't think many people will get the "Blue Hen" reference unless they're from the tri state area. Man, I wish our state had a cooler bird. A Hawk would be nice. But nope. We get a chicken. That point aside, youre a Buffy fan. So you have to make my list of favs. Because that alone shows you rock.
from keryanna :
Hey, no problem. I've full of oddness ...and splorchness. Well, at least I'm full of oddness. Thanks for thanking me for thanking you. (This could go on forever).
from keryanna :
I just happened upon your diary. First thing, great name. "Splorch" kinda reminds me of a sound you shouldn't make in public - but I still think its cool. When I say it, it's like a party in my mouth. Secondly, love your entries. Very entertaining. I actually went back to read some "older" entries which I never usually do. Anyway, thanks for giving me some eyecandy.
from bfee :
Alright, now YOU get out of MY head! -last night I found myself on the couch doing the crossword puzzle like a damn grandma, half watching the Graduate. -My birthday parties were just like that, and I always swear that when I have kids I'm doing it the same way. -And, alas, I too used to be cool. *sigh*
from bfee :
Oh, Stef, it's torture, isn't it? But it's all over now, and I am ridiculously, giddily, dancing around excited. So good luck to you, and keep me posted
from angelbutt :
Fans! I love it! Worship me, you are all under my spell--or something like that. :P Anne Rice's house in New Orleans--gorgeous! I know someone who snipped a sampling of the camellia bush that grows on along the fence near the side street. Has a diary that's linked to mine. :P Poor Goth Girl--all that mascara running.
from batten :
Actually it was all your fault! I found Angelbutt on your buddy list and hey, do you know how much rootbeer hurts when you simultaneously laugh, drink and inhale? Gah. Thanks for reading, woman. You rule.
from angelbutt :
Oh, sugah, I love you for all those things and more. ;)
from angelbutt :
I love you Stef. Hugs and kisses, darling. :)
from batten :
Thanks so much for putting me on your favorites list! I've been reading journals for a long time and your journal was one that gave me the courage to get on with it and write myself... Thanks for your kind review. I promise that soon there will be more sailing and less whinging. -J
from angelbutt :
Welcome to the Kingdom of Clear Thinkers. Buffy and Angel--really cute couple, but at this moment Buffy is about 16 to Cordy's mature woman. Sounds to me like you also have outgrown fandom. Hop in this basket with the rest of us. I swear the reeds are nice and tight. ;)
from herworship :
Book rec: If You Give a Moose a Muffin. Oooo, this book makes me giggle. (Yep, by the same folks who did the Mouse/Cookie book.)
from iceisis :
Bad day? damn hope it gets better cause i would be scared to call you back for anything. but if it makes you feel better and it's what they deserve, i'm all for it
from angelbutt :
Oh, lordy. Your father is younger than my husband. I'd cry, but hey, did that already. And, to make my day just that much better, I deleted a message from you that HUGS in the subject line before I could stop my trigger happy mouse finger. I get a lot of spam--not that I think of you as spam--more like a nice Boston butt. ;) Resend your e-mail and all will be right in my world.
from bfee :
Ha. My work notebooks (spiral, 3 subject, college ruled - funny how we have our preferences) look exactly like that! And I can track my online journal addiction, because I started adding URLs to the mix!
from herworship :
Buffy needs a sticker on her ass. "I'd Rather Be Knitting." What was up with the alley job? Ugh.
from iceisis :
so was i am sam really good or just okay? seems like your boss likes to play golf alot, wish mine did too. you lucky .. girl you.
from iceisis :
oh man, that doesn't sound fun. i hope you are better. I just kinda dropped by from the goddess diaryring.
from angelbutt :
I hope you have recovered from you bout with stomach icks. :( Not a happy. Imagine that--Tommy Lee Jones is on my To Do list. ;)
from splorch :
I love every single one of you people. I just want you to know that.
from vasessakins :
I've got a shitload of gay friends that dance, I could hook you up if you like.
from herworship :
Aw man. Been there...miss that. Sigh.
from angelbutt :
aaah, Stef. I don't mind if you deviate from the formula. I loved this slice of you. You're right; you only dance that way once.
from angelbutt :
oooo! Crock pots! Don't you just love the magic that is electric cooking? ;) It's not just for potpourri anymore you know. :P
from herworship :
Lost Boys and "Control." Have you been plundering my audio and visual closet? ;)
from herworship :
Mmm. Heath Ledger. Ice cream. I could do things with that too. Mmm...
from angelbutt :
Your grandfather's funeral was...different. My father's funeral, while quiet and sedate, did have its moments--like when mum decided that he looked uncomfortable in his suit and had the mortician dress him in his denim shirt and overalls. Actually, I liked that becuase I've only seen my father in a suit a few times and that was for weddings and funerals. I've seen him in his overalls and denim shirt in the garden all my life. My sister, however, decided to kick things up a notch by taking pictures of him in the coffin and I'm so sorry, but I want to remember my father alive and happy, not dead and in a casket. Welcome to a Louisiana funeral!
from herworship :
Hmm...lookie, me again. You had flying chocolate on your white tablecloth, I had flying sausage, courtesy of my uncle. Boy, that stuff can travel!
from herworship :
merry christmas to you, cha cha cha.
from angelbutt :
Lane Bryant, woman. They have sexy bras, panties, and sleepwear. They also have unpadded bras, and believe me, 40D is tame when you consider they carry sizes all the way up to 50EEE. Get yourself some pretty lacey bras and some awesome french cut panties.
from herworship :
Mmm...socks... ;)
from angelbutt :
Shiver! Leah has sparkly shoes! I want! She's cute as a button, but you prolly already know that, what with you being her ma and proud and all. ;) I do have to know one thing--who would you have kicked in the butt--the kids or the parents?
from confetti :
mmm, green.
from herworship :
Silver Mary Janes... Oh, I envy those feets! :)
from angelbutt :
Kate Bush...swoon. I love her. One of my fav albums (for those under the age of 30--CDs) is the Red Shoes. Okay, so I like Kate Bush and Carly Simon. Let's not make an issue of this. :P
from herworship :
Whine--I missed JM on Andromeda. Sob. :p
from angelbutt :
I can so identify with the traffic hell and how much you hate it. Living in Georgia has taught me one thing: never ever cut off anyone in traffic who has a gun rack in the back of their truck.
from angelbutt :
I have missed you. You need to let us know what fun is going on over there.
from shadowymoon :
I keep trying to respond to your e-mail, but it keeps bouncing back. Grrr. Just wanted to let you know I'm not ignoring you.
from herworship :
John Malcoooooovich. OMG. Yum. =)
from dominia :
Splorch!!! So, glad you're back. I was counting the days (7) since your last entry! Please don't leave me like that again. Please? *sniff* I missed you!
from herworship :
Oh look--me again. :) I'm with you about Angel/Buffy. I'm still enjoying the shows. And the Host! Yum. And Spike--I really liked his scenes with Buffy this past week. I thought it interesting that he was the only one not demanding anything of her. She seemed to take comfort in that. It's so contrary to their usual relationship. Especially as FX just aired "School Hard." :p
from herworship :
Look out--I'm comin' over for a beer. Boy, has it been a day, or what? Love the "Bear and Tutter did it." That Tutter is a troublemaker. But Pip and Pop...too cute for words. "We love beer!" Okay, so they haven't said that...but I bet they would...
from celerysticks :
much better choice of green... easy on the eyes... and going to chuck-e-cheese's isn't so bad. provided you don't go with children, it's not so bad even as an adult. :-) take care!
from herworship :
Love the new green, darling. :)
from bfee :
oh, Lord, woman. I LOVE your journal - being a Jersey girl myself..... I've been reading your archives all afternoon at work! I'll be reading...
from angelbutt :
Ah, Stef! Buffy is marvelous. I plan to watch her every night! And Angel, sigh. I love the Host, love that Merle was back, and gosh, wasn't Wesley stunning?! Cordy is still my girl crush. :)
from shadowymoon :
006633 or 336633 are both beautiful shades of green. Love the new design. :)
from rising :
Hey, just wanted you to know that I think you're swell. When are you coming my way to visit your friends? I want to meet you!
from splorch :
testing, testing, i am computer illiterate and have no life...

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