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from curious-me :
I have NO idea if you will get this message but I saw your blog was gone and wanted to say that I missed your writing but I hope everything is okay....
from curious-me :
Hi! I followed you over to your new blog - I'm glad to see you have already began posting! Just a quick comment about the layout - I'm not sure if you've read a diary with white letters on black but it messes with your eyes big time. Just thought I'd let ya know. ;)
from curious-me :
Another one bites the dust! D-land is gonna be a ghost town (as far as good reads go!). Hopefully you'll find a new place to write that you really like and will send us the link - I for one will be looking forward to it!
from dinahsoar :
Be well, my friend.
from curious-me :
Hi there, I stumbled on your diary quite a while ago and have been devouring your archives and I am finally caught up. I just wanted to let you know how much I enjoy reading your diary! Would it be wrong of me to ask that you update soon? :P I miss reading your entries!
from xxholding-on :
hi i saw you were online and i really wanted the vote from diaryland towards a contest i joined. It's a coach marketing contest and i need as many votes as i can get, please help! http://www.brickfish.com/Pages/PhotosAlbums/PhotoView.aspx?picid=975395_34070543&pid=2767347&scid=452
from catsoul :
I am sitting here crying for Lucy and you and your husband for the passing of Lucy. She will be waiting for you at the other side of the Rainbow Bridge. Maybe she will meet my Katie up there, because I have seen her, there is no pain there. Take care. =^..^=
from taymae :
SO I randomly clicked your named and read your last entry. I noticed it was about gallbladders and it scared me! I just got my galbladder out- but not before almost dying first! I let my gallbladder problem go six months after they diagnosed my gallstones- and I ended up passing out in my shower, and woke up in an ambulance. A gallstone fell into my pancreas, and that's not good- duh! Sometimes gallstones do this- fall into other random organs- if left untreated and is very dangerous- and can almost kill you like me, or really kill you! First of all to diagnose gallstones they do it with an ultrasound- not with the tube down the throat, they used that thing to get the gallstone out of my pancreas though. Also- they longer you let the problem go the worse it gets.. I read so many websites saying you can just eat a healthy diet, do this, do that- none of it worked. I'm healthy, I exercise zealously, take vitamins, and eat a balanced diet- they would not go away. They can give you stomach ulcers, make your digestions system mess up, and little attacks turn into big attacks- someday your gallbladder could even burst! This is not a problem you want to brush off or let go- because I did and I almost paid the highest price! Plus the procedure to get rid of it is usually out patient- unless you let it go- and has small minor scars.. Well anyways- hopefully this has changed your views.
from cataliena :
You know how you just randomly pick a user to see if you really are the only person that is crazy in this world... well as you can see, I stumbled onto yours. Needless to say. Your entry was just the thing to make me a little more sane. LOL! Thanks for the laugh. By-the-by, This is crazy wheather.
from kmlovesdn :
I'm an idiot! For some reason, I always associate your family with OR. I did actually know it was WA - must have been subconscious. Sorry about that! Still love me?
from kmlovesdn :
I am laughing so hard right now because that is exactly the only thing he has been asking for! I just didn't want to write it in my diary! Actually, he asked for a "coupon book" full of sexual favors that he can cash in whenever he wants!
from elle-78 :
Ok...Sarah Silverman...I L-O-V-E her show...yet I am conflicted. She is so wrong and vulgar (and I H-A-T-E bathroom humor)...but she is also so freaking funny I can't even stand it.
from cherryjjones :
Heh heh, I promise to hide a Troll doll (Mary Kate or Ashley?) in the pad bin today in your honor.
from kmlovesdn :
Thank you my friend. No, I know you love me, and I hope you know I love you too! You're included in the group that lives too far away and I wish I was closer to! I'll get over it. I'm just being a baby!
from elle-78 :
Thank you for the recipe…I think I can decipher it from there…but if you chose to you can email it to elisabetharie@yahoo.com THANKS!!! Also…I have to say that I love the dog pictures…they seriously look like they are having the time of their lives…
from tweetygurl12 :
hey read my diary and tell me wat u think bout it
from elle-78 :
Thank you for the suggestion! I will look into that brand...I seriously can't believe I just spent $50 on the ugliest bra I have ever seen in my life...the straps alone make me want to gag! I also want to say that I am so impressed that you don't let your chest get in the way of your gym going...I've always used that as my excuse...I'll need to get over that!
from kmlovesdn :
I know - pink cowboy boots - how can you go wrong? She wears them everywhere - even to church this past Sunday! I'll have to start a flicker account to show you some of our recent pictures. Miss you!
from kmlovesdn :
Hi my friend! I can't wait to see you in a couple of days! Be safe traveling.
from mugwhump :
D-land pushed me away, and I've moved to blogspot. Please come visit at musingsbymugwhump
from mugwhump :
Taytoo - I've probably asked this of you before, but .... do you have a Flickr account? Can I find it? (lj.ducharme at gmail dot com)
from elle-78 :
Her name is Melissa (ring a bell?)...and Kim said that she knew of her and that she was annoying and a know-it-all back then...although Kim probably said it nicer than that. Jeannie (sp?) probably knew her too. And yes...you own my comments section!
from readersguide :
Yes! It is the flu, as he now has a temperature of one hundred and something ... Word has it it's a 24 hour thing. Please god don't let me get it -- it seemed completely awful.
from elle-78 :
Thanks for the message…I needed to hear that because seriously these people have really been getting to me and it hurts my feelings. That is a good trick…and I’m good at tricking myself so I think it will help. Plus I really like getting messages :)
from mugwhump :
Feeling better?
from mugwhump :
I guess my aversion to sock stems from my aversion to wearing socks. Especially knitted, bulky socks. Mittens on the other hand (no pun intended) - we don't have a lot of use for them here on the west coast. It never really gets cold enough. I have, however, found a wonderful cropped jacket that I'm going to give a go at. In fact I'm going directly after work to find the yarn. My mom's supply only has single balls of varying colours. Not enough for one whole sweater. I'm so excited.
from sidewaysrain :
one package of random and potentially very completely useless crap for one hat. feel free to bargain up.
from sidewaysrain :
making hats, are we? in a hatmaking mood, hmmmm? my head has been cold lately. perhaps we could arrange some sort of barter.
from dinahsoar :
How cool are those cameras? I actually got a similar one for my birthday back in the day. You had to coat the pictures with a little spongy thing that had some solution on it. I LOVED that camera! The pictures were really small and black & white. If you neglected to coat all of the picture, the parts you left out would fade. It's good to re-aquaint with my Diaryland buddies. I've been away a long time!
from mugwhump :
I found the old camera finds news very interesting. That's cool. And I love your persistance to make them work. Can't wait to see what you can get from them.
from mugwhump :
Except for my extreme abhorence for the colour pink - I love the shoes. And its nice to see you back again.
from mugwhump :
If not Dramamine then what is ok to use?
from mugwhump :
I like the new look. I particularly like the font that was used at the top. Very trendy!
from mugwhump :
Hummingbird story was too funny!
from mugwhump :
Good for you for losing 9.5 lbs. Yippy! Keep up the good work. Every time I get to lazin' on the couch (every night between 6&10) I get to thinking that I really should get up and do something about more excercise. The I give my head a shake and say ... "maybe tomorrow, now I want to watch TV". Deadly drug that TV, but kudo's to you for your dicipline!
from mugwhump :
I gotta tell ya - the Flikr Kwon Postcard group is an original. Just be careful not to get your As5es sued off! But I really like it.
from hissandtell :
Nothing I can offer could ever parallel the haunting beauty of your exquisite hand-wrought VD cyber-card, so I'll simply offer my humble wishes for a fabulous St Lurrrvve-Day, baby. Love, R xxx
from sparkspark :
I am still laughing about it, actually. And... so is he.
from dinahsoar :
Thank you SO much!
from sparkspark :
Happy new year! I enjoyed Among The Thugs--creepy but great. XO Violet
from uridium15 :
you know, when i read the word plunger i immediately thought to myself 'wow, i think i should go out and buy one to put on my head and be weird'.
from dinahsoar :
Thanks for the encouragement! (I didn't realize you were still reading me - thanks!)
from mugwhump :
I loved watching "French & Saunders". I'm more of a Dawn French fan, but that's probably cause we're both plump. British humour rocks!
from hissandtell :
The Kumars is one of my favourite shows. Sanjeev Bhaskar is enormously talented, I think, and the sly Ummi and her naughty references to her sluttish past never fail to have me rolling about laughing. More chutney! Love, R xxx
from hissandtell :
You know, I am peeing mysef with laughter here over the very serious solemn-faced Esther in her new home. It makes me wish someone would give *me* a new dishwasher box. Love, R xxx
from sparkspark :
My only hint for the Beadazzler is: draw the design on in tailor's chalk first, because no matter how sure you are that you've got the pattern planned, things can go awry, and those rhinestones aren't easy to remove. Well, one other hint: Less is not more in Beadazzler land. MORE is more! XO Violet
from hissandtell :
Really wish I could help, doll. Last time I drew on my face with felt pen for, say, photographic purposes to, say, demonstrate numbness, it took three weeks to slough off with turpentine, dry cleaning fluid and coarse-grade sandpaper. Love, R xxx
from hissandtell :
What fine belt buckles, missy! I'm always up for a buckle that's big enough to eat one's beans off (especially if it's attached to a cowboy's snake hips too, of course). Also, a girl can never have too many mounted longhorns. Or baldy muscle-men dolls, for that matter... Love, R xxx
from simplify :
Oh, there's PLENTY of pressure. I signed up, but I'm a bit stymied by the whole thing. I don't quite understand what the deal is. Also, I knew who she was talking about.
from sparkspark :
You got moonshine? Me so jealous. (I think. I've never had moonshine.)
from dinahsoar :
Thank you for your note of support. It means alot to me (and that you're still reading my stuff, too)!
from dinahsoar :
I didn't know you were still reading my stuff. Thank you so much for letting me know and for sharing the way you were affected by it. It means alot to me.
from sparkspark :
XOX and right back atcha. Hey--I'll let you crash the PMS-Fed christening with me, if you promise not to get high first and embarrass me.
from mugwhump :
I saw pictures of Esther, and she reminds me of my old girl Cleo (gone to kitten heaven now), and you also had a picture of Lucy - she reminds me of my Digit - who we love and adore now. The pictures make me want to rush home and give Digit a hug, even if she protests! Thanks for sharing!
from hissandtell :
Oooh, that mohair is to die for, you crafty baby. I'm excited, too! Hey, at least you've still got your table runner. I had a gorgeous woven one from Nepal that I was deeply attached to - haven't seen it since I put in in the washing machine. Do they just evaporate when you add water, do you think? And my skin appears to be pissed of with me, too - but not as much as I'm pissed off with it, considering how much time and money I spend on the bitch. Fuming with you, sister. Love, R xxx
from sparkspark :
Oriental poppy mohair = SWANKY. I'm sure it'll be gorgeous.
from dinahsoar :
Bra for your ass ... that's great! As for the grey hair, there is no truth to the rumor that if you yank it out two more will sprout.
from darcy-farrow :
Thanks! And I DID find your email in my junk box. Gads. Hotmail - blecch. Thanks for the info. I will respond later. :)
from darcy-farrow :
I didn't see it - maybe it was put in my junk mail. That has been happening more and more. I will look.
from dinahsoar :
Wow! You're fast! I was just working down my list letting all my new friends know about my vacation. Since you're a "T", I was just about to send you a note when I read yours. So ... take care & thanks for all your supportive and encouraging notes. I'll write you on my return.
from dinahsoar :
Fun! I can see that Leslie rocks!
from dinahsoar :
So glad the reunion was a success!
from hissandtell :
Oh, gracious! I'm just catching up on your entries now, darling. We're lucky to live in a tick-free area (except for the occasional kangaroo-tick, which is pretty harmless) because that sounds positively icky. When a friend moved to a rainforest a couple of years ago, she went to her first party in fine form and worked the room, meeting everyone new and basking in their attentiveness - it wasn't until she got home and looked in the mirror that she realised she had a tick embedded in her forehead. Fortunately, the social invitations continued despite her "tickhead" status...seriously, I hope you feel better soon. (Oh, and the Stevie Nicks theme works SO WELL for me, too. Take to the sky like a bird in flight, and rule your life like a fine skylark, doll!) Love, R xxx
from dinahsoar :
Might I suggest a big, dramatic hat a la Grace Jones circa 1986.
from dinahsoar :
Thanks. I'm going to Hawaii next month. Maybe I'll read it on the plane.
from dinahsoar :
Dear P.P. McScowlington, what book will you be reading (if I might inquire - I like to hear about great new books & to vicariously attend virtual bookclubs)? Hope you get well soon (I'm looking forward to vicariously joining you at the reunion).
from dinahsoar :
How weird! I, too, am a fan of crooked-ass teeth. I used to see this guy (well, he'll probably turn up in my diary eventually - haven't gotten there yet in the sequece of my story) & he had these overlapping teeth that just broke my heart & made me cry every time I looked at him. I even wrote a story at the time about God being only 5'8" with crooked teeth.
from darcy-farrow :
One of my favorite flier-type ideas is a "WANTED" poster. It may not qualify as outrageous, but ususally make people laugh. Another idea is to do a "what if they mated?" thing with the old pictures and some lame celebrities. Not really sure what you are going for . . . :)
from dinahsoar :
Hi Tattoo! Thanks so much for pimping out my diary! I was SO thrilled, I printed your entry so that I could remember your great comments! It really means alot!
from mugwhump :
Ya gotta get a picture of Esther in her new sleeping postion. That would be too cute for words. I just love cats. Who needs kids anyway?
from dinahsoar :
Love the way you outed that squirrel!
from sparkspark :
I'm so happy you like it! I am all about spreading the musical love, like a modern-day Casey Kasem. Only in girl form. And without the shellacked hair. Also, I never voiced a character from "Scooby Doo." So... yeah.
from dinahsoar :
Here's MY idea of a good breakfast. You start the car and drive 'til you see those golden arch-type things. Then you say to the nice lady, "Egg McMuffin meal with Diet Coke instead of coffee (I'm not much of a cook).
from sparkspark :
Hi, Bella--I mailed your CD yesterday, so you should get it tomorrow. I hope you enjoy it. Also: I went to a great, seedy, SEEDY, decrepit bar called The Round Up in... I don't know what town it was in. Somewhere near Sierra Vista, Arizona. It totally smelled like stale beer and vomit! Good times...
from mugwhump :
I remember that I wasn't able to go to my 10th year high school reunion. I wish I had, but no regrets ... anyway somehow my mom (who still lives in the same town) got someone to send me a photo of the class that was taken at the reunion. I barely recognized any of the women (talk about weight gain), and the guys were mostly bald or balding. So much changes in 10 years. This year would be my 25th, and no one has initiated a reunion. What does that tell you. AND there were only 30 of in our grad class.
from dinahsoar :
And here I thought you were my friend! I can't believe you beat me to the holla & scored that totally inappropriate for kids CD of SparkSparks! Sharezies?
from sparkspark :
You are first! E-mail me your contact info! white.violetsATgmail.com
from dinahsoar :
I am so jiggy with you going to your reunion! Good so very good for you! I'd go with the shirt (and I love the idea of pink letters), but the button is really funny, too)! Yeah! Did you see the movie Romie & Michelle's High School Reunion? Very funny.
from mugwhump :
An interesting combination - socks and flip-flops. I think the only way to pull that off successfully would be to get your hands on those oriental socks. You know - the ones with the sewn in indent between the big toe and friend. That combined with the 'house frock' .... well that just conjures of bad memories of tasteless old relative. But then again - your strike me as someone who could pull of that look with pinache! :-) LJ
from dinahsoar :
Loved your title and, no, it's actually quite flattering. Also, your reunion idea is really funny & I don't think I could personally resist it.
from sparkspark :
From TV Tome: "This past December '04, Bam bought a 2005 Lamborghini. Painted with custom-made purple. Bam calls it his Bamborghini." Wo! He so fly!
from dinahsoar :
Okay, so once in a great, great while I may have done that 'water thing' (but only under extreme circumstances like say if I had to pee right next to a whole group of, say, cloistered nuns who were really, really quiet). Anyway, loved the Brad Walsh - listened to all the samples. Dumb Love is really funny. And just to address your dream, are you sure food is lovin' you right back? 'Cuz I'm wondering if maybe that ganouj & roasted peppers isn't fueling those 'tyrant vs technology' dreams (not that they aren't amusing, 'cuz they definitely are).
from dinahsoar :
ooonst. ooonst. ooonst. What if you were not Left Behind? What if you found yourself sporting that 'do' in heaven (would it still be heaven?). Happy Birthday to Sharky. Tell him to have a California Roll on me.
from lookin4liz :
Stumbled in about 2 hours ago, and have been reading ever since. Love your writing style, love your topics. Very cool..Mind if I add you? ;) ~LizBeth
from dinahsoar :
Could quite possibly have gone the rest of my life without resolution to that dog/umbilical cord thing, but I so admire your persistence, tenacity and desire for closure (not to mention your clever & very unique turn of phrase) that it was well worth the read!
from sunshine0221 :
I just found your journal - and boy do I feel more educated now - although I could have told you that dogs will eat ANYTHING!
from mugwhump :
I just noticed you are nearing your 1,000th entry. How'd you do that? Oh my! You must be the like royalty in diaryland!!!
from hissandtell :
Well, I thought the squirrel site was enthralling. Have you ever considered dressing your Esther up in little papal costumes and posing her on her own kitty-website? Love, R xxx
from mugwhump :
Your writing about Esther reminds me of a cat I once had. Her name was Cleo, and she was a damn fine cat. However, she contracted some kind of infection that caused her to wheeze terribly. During the last few months of her illness she took to sleeping on the pillow beside me with her paws up on my shoulder. Her wheezing kept me up at nights. To get a better sleep, but not disturb my faithful kitty, I started to wear an ear plug in one ear. This solved my sleeping problem, but after a few months I had to say goodbye to my favourite girl. Alas, the joys and sorrows of owning and loving pets.
from dinahsoar :
Esther is a remarkable & sentimental companion.
from dinahsoar :
I, too, have a special place in my heart for ugly things. Ringo vs. Paul. Dandelions vs. orchids. VW Bugs vs. Jaguars. My friend & I used to engage in ugly shoe contests (she would always win, because she could afford Capezio's) and hairy leg contests. Ugly rocks!
from dinahsoar :
Thank you for affirming my heart. It means alot to me.
from dinahsoar :
That salad dressing sounds yummy. But I don't know about that whole lettuce thing.
from hissandtell :
But Britney, Lindsay and Jessica always make EVERYTHING look completely unwearable by normal people. (I don't mean this in a flattering way either, I hasten to add.) I'm with you - I shall never let flibbertigibbety girls like that part me from the deep, meaningful and respectful relationship I have with my cowboy boots. I will say, however, that I'm hugely glad those babes have no idea about the amused cringing embarrassment we Australians continue to feel for them whenever they trot themselves out in their ug boots: how awful if they ever caught wind of it and ceased to provide us with hours of derisive entertainment at their poor sad Bevan-sheilas' expense. Love, R xxx
from dinahsoar :
So what you could do here is throw off the tacky starlets by starting your own darn new fad thang. Mukluks and mumus. Prissy little t-straps and flannel. Stilettos and well just about anything.
from titsosaurus :
i love that you're profile has that engrish.com thing on it. with the suffocating toy! that's my FAVORITE sign on engrish! hahaha.
from dinahsoar :
Thanks for your response. Yup. Sad, but true. No hyperbole. No shit. 5 x 7. Toy stroller. Stick around. It gets weirder.
from dinahsoar :
Stumbled upon your very addictive diary. You are so witty - I'm Catholic & found your Pope stuff exceedingly funny! I, too, am partial to gardens composed of non-living things. I myself am fond of gazing balls, angels, maybe an occasional toad. But I will rethink the whole bowling pin thing. Who knew?
from hissandtell :
Well, if you're looking for tiny penises to make moulds from (not unlike Cynthia Plaster Caster and her trusty alginate!) I have some exes you may be interested in meeting. (Oh, I'm kidding, darling. You'd be far better finding some nice spotty English boys...) But it sounds like an excellent idea. Please, please send me one of whatever you end up making and I'll bury it in my garden! Love, R xxx
from hissandtell :
Ah, so that was YOU? Smooches, doll - for the link and the kind comments. Oh, I love non-plant thingies in my garden, too - and I'm so envious of your bowling pin I could pinch someone! (What I desperately want are barbers' poles in my kitchen and carousel horses on my verandah...) I saw a photograph years ago in one of my design-porn coffee-table books (one of Tim Street-Porter's, I think) of a rancho dotted with wagon wheels and with bowling balls edging the gardens - I was dead impressed and immediately went out looking everywhere for nice colourful ones, which are, of course, impossible to find. (I shall have to stick to my anodised and ceramic witches' balls instead.) And there's nothing quite like Sunday croissants eaten off retro bright orange melamine dishes to make me feel like Joanie Cunningham or Gidget. You and I should hit the flea markets together sometime, darling, and see how ugly our catfights get over the good stuff! Love, R xxx
from hissandtell :
Just catching up on your entries now, and enjoying your writing very much. Oh, I LOVE the idea of a yurt. Three of my unmarried friends have (independently) decided that, upon their early retirement, they will move here and build yurts. Apparently we will have a little yurt community among the cows. It actually sounds like quite an appealing idea, especially if we get a yak herd or two as well. Love, R xxx
from hissandtell :
Forget about Kraft stealing your magic dressing, I might just market it myself! Thanks so much for reading me and adding me to your buddies' list - I seriously love your writing and your entries always crack me up. (Well, only the funny ones, of course.) Love, R xxx
from elle-78 :
Thanks for the info about the mushrooms...do you think I should pull them out? Are they going to interfere with my other plants? I don't have a very big space and I am concerned about them ruining my chances of a beautiful garden. I will post pictures tomorrow and you can let me know what you think...because I have NO idea what I am doing.
from hissandtell :
Hello - I clicked on your banner (sorry; can't remember which, but it was a damned good one) and am loving your writing. I've bookmarked you to come back and read more later. Love, R xxx
from hey4eyes :
awwww. You're funny. Bobbie Sue Dicks.
from slashrgrrl71 :
Hey-I have been reading for ages now- you never cease to put a smile on my face when I've had a crappy day (like today). As for Ville Valo....*humina*. Welcome to the Ville lovefest. :) You are in good company with that. THANK YOU, Danke schoen, muchas gracias and merci beaucoup for the pictures. :)
from traviiss2000 :
hello?...i'm new to this. can you understand a person who is all new to this. alone?
from dailycomic :
I hate phones too, I hardly ever call my friends. I think they think I dont like talking to them. They are right...ON the PHONE!!!! And I love my cat more than people too. She doesnt require a phone. ;) Liked your banner. ^_^
from halee :
You have a keen eye for the Chick Tracks. Here is the whole thing: http://www.chick.com/reading/tracts/0052/0052_01.asp. I don't remember these. Am I going to hell?
from parlance :
Nope -- tattoo free.
from parlance :
Now, am I presuming that you have tattoos on your belly? Or am I just being näive?
from cordyvision :
Just had to let you know that you have really good taste in books. I love Dorothy Dunnett (particularly the Lymond books - ah Francis, how I adore ye). I find that I have trouble getting my friends to try them out though for some reason.
from judybean :
10/16: Just so you know, I happened to be browsing through the AP wire stories (all but sports, there's not much excitement there yet) and came across a story about how other major networks are changing their lineups because the baseball playoffs are so heavily watched. What does that have to do with you? Well, the new West Wing episode was Not Aired last night due to the playoff game. So don't worry. You didn't miss anything!
from shereen :
just curious, cause i have one, and i didn't realize stuff i had might be worth something on ebay. course, i don't know if i'm willing to give mine up! :( it was just a neat thought. also, your guestbook is mean and wouldn't let me sign again...i guess it thought i was trying to spam or something!
from chauffi :
Hey, thanks for listing me as a favorite, and also for capitolizing Great. I once took a cold medicated ride to a distant city because I followed a car from the gas station. At the time it seemed the important thing to do. I slowly came to and freaked, realizing I was miles from home. So I stepped into a Barnes and Noble to get a coffee and there purchased Tetherballs of Bougainville, because it had just come out in hardback and was sitting right up front with all the new releases and I had to have something to hold onto, as I came down from the cold medicated high. It was quite possible one of the greatest things to happen to me, as the book was pure joy. I also like Chuck Palahniuk, I never get tired of Invisible Monsters. Good Luck on the search for a new Tattoo.
from belle-black :
I love what you said about dairyland. I love reading other peoples diaries and seeing what they think. Also, I like your diary very honest and funny.
from peacenow :
If you have Netscape, it may not display correctly. I use Comic Sans MS as the font. I've been thinking about creating another page that will be more accessible to Netscape users; perhaps I will. And if I do, I'll be sure to let you know. Thanks for the note! Renee
from boyrepellant :
amazing content, brilliant layout, so much to see! if you ever have your AIM turned on, feel free to add me (ifeellikehiding) to your list to talk.
from lahlypop17 :
ohhhh okay im in Clinton!
from lahlypop17 :
Hey what part of NC are u in?

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