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mat_j Posted: Wed Sep 26 07:49:44 2007 Post | Quote in Reply  
  It's a bright cold day in the tail end of the shortest summer in years, the Britishers have finally cast aside their summer colours and black, brown, red and cream are covering the backs passersby out of my window. My ankle and heel hurts and i don't know why and I'm still being occaionally haunted by some sad news but apart from that i'm grand.

Evenings are spent in front of the tube/book/sucking back bottles of Belgian beer and smoking rollies trying desperately to get a boxing picture written for a company in North Wales with Paulie. Brendan Behan, Neil Gaiman and Iain (M.) Banks are sharing my last waking hours with me each night.

I dream of post scarcity society, pretty girls and
and finally smelling ninety freshly printed pages of copy with no additions to make. My nightmares include broken pencils scratching across paper, intruders and missing deadlines.

Winter is coming but that doesn't bother me, i work better in the cold.

How are you?

M x


 
addi Posted: Wed Sep 26 10:30:29 2007 Post | Quote in Reply  
  Any creative endeavor worth it's salt usually requires lots of blood, sweat, and fitful nights of sleep.

Here's to you finding inspiration and fits of brilliance as you work on the boxing picture.

*just got back from a trip to the ocean. Was standing waist deep fishing one day and a pod of about 8 dolphins got curious and swam up to me and my friend. It was a spot in time for me.


 
FN Posted: Wed Sep 26 13:20:09 2007 Post | Quote in Reply  
  Dolphins are pretty dangerous, contrary to popular belief.

Especially the male ones since they are known to make pretty agressive sexual advances towards people.

You don't want to get that huge dolphin penis too close I reckon.



Anyway, on topic: I'm in a rather mildly melancholic but mostly neutral and disinterested mood as well.

Let's start a protest groups to demand some rights.


 
libra Posted: Wed Sep 26 14:34:29 2007 Post | Quote in Reply  
  I love dolphins. So happy.

I'm trying to enjoy my last days of sun and 80 degree weather before heading off to cold-rainy land. It's really hard to leave the place you find to be absolutely perfect for you.
I'm trying to figure out why I kind of don't want to go to canada and being in denial about packing, etc. I leave the day after tomorrow.
I have to edit my personal statements and send them in.
I have to figure out what i want to do.
I kind of want to go to Africa.


 
Billy Pilgrim Posted: Wed Sep 26 15:08:11 2007 Post | Quote in Reply  
  libra said:
>I love dolphins. So happy.
>
>I'm trying to enjoy my last days of sun and 80 degree weather before heading off to cold-rainy land. It's really hard to leave the place you find to be absolutely perfect for you.
>I'm trying to figure out why I kind of don't want to go to canada and being in denial about packing, etc. I leave the day after tomorrow.
>I have to edit my personal statements and send them in.
>I have to figure out what i want to do.
>I kind of want to go to Africa.

Weather ain't everything, if it was i'd have killed myself by now, You'll have a whale of a time i'm sure, some of our best citizens come from Canada eg SweetP, Phil etc.

I always try and talk myself out of great opportunities and i can seldom esplain why. Go mi dear, you'll love it and we'll love to hear about it.

In fact i declare you Good will Ambassador for GT to Canada!


 
Billy Pilgrim Posted: Wed Sep 26 15:09:44 2007 Post | Quote in Reply  
  Anyway so hows me?

I'm busy being boring, reading my books, drinking, smoking, trying to explain to my lady friend that iffens ok with my as ever moody and erratic behaviour.




 
Billy Pilgrim Posted: Wed Sep 26 15:10:38 2007 Post | Quote in Reply  
  Billy Pilgrim said:
>Anyway so hows me?
>
>I'm busy being boring, reading my books, drinking, smoking, trying to explain to my lady friend that iffens ok with my as ever moody and erratic behaviour.
>
>

I'm also illitrate there should have been a me instead of a my in there and a comma somewhere.


 
~Just Imagine~ Posted: Wed Sep 26 16:27:46 2007 Post | Quote in Reply  
  I'm real busy at the moment
School started again last week, and we already have to spend two weeks out in the workfield. This week I started working in a home for people with mental retardation. Wich is very exhausting because you're with them from the moment you enter the building, till the second you leave (no breaks etc) , and they can be quite demanding... ( My group exists of 17 men, and they all have some kind of crush on me, I never been kissed and hugged this much in my life before)

I already feel after working there for just 3 days that it really isn't quite my thing... Or at least not something I want to be doing the rest of my life.
But it's ok for a short period of time.
So I'm a bit demotivated, because at the end of this schoolyear I have to go back to that institution and work there again for 3 weeks ... I'm not looking forward to it, honestly ...
The people in it are great, But the work isn't ...

Thank god there's so much more to to as an occupational therapist then just doing what I have to do now, or I would be really really demotivated...

Anyhow I'll try to stay positive and make the best of it.

On a not school related base:
I'm quite happy, I'm in love :)
(yes yes the L-word)
And he's great, there's just a bit of a distance problem we have to work around, so it's not that easy to see eachother, but we try and make it work somehow...

Well that's about all ;)


 
addi Posted: Wed Sep 26 16:29:16 2007 Post | Quote in Reply  
  Christophe said:

>Especially the male ones since they are known to make pretty agressive sexual advances towards people.
>
>You don't want to get that huge dolphin penis too close I reckon.


I did see a lustful flirtive glance in one of them approaching. So I immediately gave him my Oh no you don't body language pose and shouted sternly, "Don't even think about it, Bub...not on the first date anyway". He backed off right away and I swear I heard him mumble as he swam away, "Just as well..was hoping for a Belgian guy anyway."

Anyhoos I've already had that underwater encounter with the rare and dangerous penisfish in the carribean and survived that by the foreskin of my teeth.


*go for it, Libra. I promise it will get better as time goes by.


 
beetlebum Posted: Wed Sep 26 17:24:43 2007 Post | Quote in Reply  
  I'm missing England, glad that it's finally autumn, excited about moving somewhere new, loving seeing old friends, and am basically pretty content.

Glad to hear everyone is hanging in there.




 
ifihadahif Posted: Wed Sep 26 17:41:22 2007 Post | Quote in Reply  
  I find myself unemployed these days.
:-(


 
Kira Posted: Wed Sep 26 17:51:46 2007 Post | Quote in Reply  
  Sick at the moment. Feeling conflicted for the past several weeks, and it's only as I write this that I realize it. There's a move in my future but I don't know where I want to go or what I should be doing. It's fall now and all I want to think about is sleeping outdoors under the sky.

As always however I am reasonably happy and daydreaming way more than is healthy.


 
FN Posted: Wed Sep 26 17:57:51 2007 Post | Quote in Reply  
  ifihadahif said:
>I find myself unemployed these days.
>:-(

A pretty girl like you doesn't have to go hungry.


Seriously though:

No shit hif, what happened?


 
addi Posted: Wed Sep 26 18:54:06 2007 Post | Quote in Reply  
  ifihadahif said:
>I find myself unemployed these days.
>:-(

well shit. I was wondering where you'd been lately. That really sucks big time. Really sorry, bud. Hope you have some irons in the fire that pan out....soon


 
addi Posted: Wed Sep 26 18:55:59 2007 Post | Quote in Reply  
  beetlebum said:
>excited about moving somewhere new


where to, ma'am?


 
ifihadahif Posted: Wed Sep 26 20:45:32 2007 Post | Quote in Reply  
  My medium sized company was bought out by a fortune 400 company last year.
They are going through a company wide reduction right now because that's how they pay for acquisitions.

As for the irons in the fire. . . . well, as most of you know, I've always wanted to be a rodeo clown. . . .I'm just not sure my big fat ass into those little barrels.


 
ifihadahif Posted: Wed Sep 26 20:47:34 2007 Post | Quote in Reply  
  *ahem, not sure my big fat ass will fit into those little barrels.


 
addi Posted: Wed Sep 26 22:42:30 2007 Post | Quote in Reply  
  ifihadahif said:
>*ahem, not sure my big fat ass will fit into those little barrels.

Well at least you still have a sense of humor : ) Let's hope for the best that something better than a rodeo clown job opens up for you, not that there's anything wrong with being a rodeo clown
unless it's in a gay rodeo and you're not running from a bull


 
ifihadahif Posted: Thu Sep 27 06:22:51 2007 Post | Quote in Reply  
  addi said:
>ifihadahif said:
>>*ahem, not sure my big fat ass will fit into those little barrels.
>
>Well at least you still have a sense of humor : ) Let's hope for the best that something better than a rodeo clown job opens up for you, not that there's anything wrong with being a rodeo clown
>unless it's in a gay rodeo and you're not running from a bull
>
There is a local company that is interested in me and they are setting up an interview for next week. I'm pretty confident about it.

Also since my recent hip surgery, I'm not sure I can outrun anything like a bull or whatever.


 
FN Posted: Thu Sep 27 06:41:19 2007 Post | Quote in Reply  
  The thing is, an old dude like you is bound to have a few decades of experience under his belt. Chances are you'll be ok.


If not there's always porn. Rodeo porn.



and on a totally unrelated note:

http://www.azcentral.com/ent/celeb/articles/0926tomcruise-CR.html


 
FN Posted: Thu Sep 27 06:51:09 2007 Post | Quote in Reply  
  http://www.nytimes.com/2007/09/21/world/europe/21belgium.html?pagewanted=1&_r=3&th&adxnnl=0&emc=th&adxnnlx=1190363714-cuDn4N+CD3AUGjCoNQ3sCQ


 
addi Posted: Thu Sep 27 10:04:52 2007 Post | Quote in Reply  
  ifihadahif said:

>There is a local company that is interested in me and they are setting up an interview for next week. I'm pretty confident about it.

that's encouraging news. let's hope it works out, and that it's a job you can tolerate doing. Keep us posted please.

>Also since my recent hip surgery, I'm not sure I can outrun anything like a bull or whatever.

I hear ya. sometimes I try outrunning time, but so far no luck : (


 
addi Posted: Thu Sep 27 10:06:34 2007 Post | Quote in Reply  
  Christophe said:

>If not there's always porn. Rodeo porn.

hmm....I wonder what one rides in rodeo porn


 
choke Posted: Thu Sep 27 17:50:43 2007 Post | Quote in Reply  
  beetlebum said:
>I'm missing England, glad that it's finally autumn, excited about moving somewhere new, loving seeing old friends, and am basically pretty content.
>
>Glad to hear everyone is hanging in there.
>
>

Move to NZ!

I've been studying, ish. I stopped going to class but I still do my essays.

In 3 weeks I'm moving home for 4 months to work during summer, then next year I'm moving down south again to have yet another shot at another university.

I have become interested in advertising (god rest my soul) but I am also interested in libraries so maybe they will balance each other out.

I talked to a successful person who said I had to learn the language of the square in order to succeed. Does anyone know this language? Will you teach me?

I have an excellent boy who has been rather wonderful and we are going on 5 months which I suppose isn't that long but a small miracle in my wee eyes.

I have been trying to drink water and eat healthily but have realized I am desperately unfit and no amount of healthy food will help unless I move occasionally.

I am saving for my future, in which I would like a house with many windows, a pet pig ( a really stocky ugly one with a name like Jeff), a beagle, a large rabbit, a canary, a fireplace, a dance floor and a large space for people to come to talk about large things. So far I have $189.

Summer is coming!


 
libra Posted: Fri Sep 28 10:33:38 2007 Post | Quote in Reply  
  choke said:
>I have been trying to drink water and eat healthily but have realized I am desperately unfit and no amount of healthy food will help unless I move occasionally.
>
>I am saving for my future, in which I would like a house with many windows, a pet pig ( a really stocky ugly one with a name like Jeff), a beagle, a large rabbit, a canary, a fireplace, a dance floor and a large space for people to come to talk about large things. So far I have $189.
>

I love these two sentences.
I totally relate to the first one, too.


 
Mesh Posted: Fri Sep 28 14:00:42 2007 Post | Quote in Reply  
  I've been in the killin' mood.


 
FN Posted: Fri Sep 28 19:22:09 2007 Post | Quote in Reply  
  Mr. Misses said:
>I've been in the killin' mood.

The killing moon will come too soon, methinks.

Or did you mean Rippin Kittin by Golden Boy/Miss Kittin

Mommy, can I go out and kill tonight?
I feel, I feel like taking a life.
Please, I wanna steal the kitchen knife
and feel, feel like taking a life.

Rippin kittin kidding on the round (x2)

Daddy, can I go and haunt tonight
like you do on Sunday mornings.
Honey, give me a real gentle knife
to feel, feel like taking my life.

Rippin kittin kidding on the round (x4)

Mommy, can I go out and kill tonight?
I feel, I feel like taking a life.
Please, I wanna steal the kitchen knife
and feel, feel like taking a life.

Rippin kittin kidding on the round (x4)

Mommy, daddy, please let me go (x2)





Anyway, I thought you all should know about this:

http://www.24hr-lingerie.co.uk/new_lingerie/bras/faveo_freedom_strapless_bra.htm?gclid=CM_Qu-eZ5o4CFQwJZwodsG7bLA


 
Kira Posted: Fri Sep 28 21:52:45 2007 Post | Quote in Reply  
  Oh, Tiff! Please not a beagle. They are not as cute as they look.

You have been such a stranger here. :P


*Tackles Mesh*


 
addi Posted: Sat Sep 29 07:13:20 2007 Post | Quote in Reply  
  Christophe said:

>Or did you mean Rippin Kittin by Golden Boy/Miss Kittin


That is such a haunting eerie and hypnotic song. I love it.

>Anyway, I thought you all should know about this:
>
>http://www.24hr-lingerie.co.uk/new_lingerie/bras/faveo_freedom_strapless_bra.htm?gclid=CM_Qu-eZ5o4CFQwJZwodsG7bLA


I think I would have had a difficult time making it through the day without that link. Thanks, Christophe

But I don't see how they really stay on all day if she's moving around. Seems like a woman would need to be pretty well endowed for them to work.


 
FN Posted: Sat Sep 29 08:30:42 2007 Post | Quote in Reply  
  Not only that, but we all know men get a kick out of tube shaped and unnatural looking breasts


 
jennemmer Posted: Sat Sep 29 17:48:11 2007 Post | Quote in Reply  
  I've been busy, so very busy... and yet still feeling like I haven't accomplished much.

Another year of school started and still no end in sight. Another 6 months or so to go of this whole long distance relationship thing. Kind of feeling like I'm just living in some type of holding pattern and I'm not sure when or how I'm going to get out of it.

It's not that things are bad. I am still managing to be content most of the time... it's just a bit dull.


 
choke Posted: Thu Oct 4 16:16:37 2007 Post | Quote in Reply  
  Kira said:
>Oh, Tiff! Please not a beagle. They are not as cute as they look.
>

Oh no! Really? I just want one because they have big feet and move so slowly and hardly ever seem to worry. Or jump around. Is that what they are like or have I based all Beagles off one I met once?


 
Kira Posted: Thu Oct 4 17:35:15 2007 Post | Quote in Reply  
  Aww, well they are pretty laid-back. I personally don't like them because they're hard-headed and loud, but I had two of them growing up and I can't say they weren't sweet. Just be forewarned that they love howling and barking and are stubborn as mules! :)


 
Kira Posted: Thu Oct 4 17:38:24 2007 Post | Quote in Reply  
  Get a "puggle." Puggles are awesome.


 
ifihadahif Posted: Thu Oct 4 17:43:28 2007 Post | Quote in Reply  
  choke said:
>Kira said:
>>Oh, Tiff! Please not a beagle. They are not as cute as they look.
>>
>
>Oh no! Really? I just want one because they have big feet and move so slowly and hardly ever seem to worry. Or jump around. Is that what they are like or have I based all Beagles off one I met once?
>
Your experience sounds more like a bassett hound than a beagle.


 
Mesh Posted: Thu Oct 4 21:47:54 2007 Post | Quote in Reply  
  BRB gotta go vomit.


 
Mesh Posted: Thu Oct 4 21:50:18 2007 Post | Quote in Reply  
  K, I'm back. That wayne brady sure is naueseating.



In other news.

Boooooooo I wish I had more time to come here, I really do. I've seriously only been alone at my own place for an evening about five nights in the last six weeks. Things are just crazy. So much goings on and such.


 
SntSaturn Posted: Sat Oct 6 02:33:25 2007 Post | Quote in Reply  
  I wish autumn stayed forever. I want the yellow and red leaves to never fall. But, they don't listen to me.

Despite how busy I have been in school and how it wears me out, I am sad. I pretty much have to graduate a year sooner than anticipated (have to get my degree in order to take a certification exam after the courses). I don't feel ready to graduate. It seems very against the norm, but I don't want to graduate.

I don't want to think that part of my life is over. I don't have the experiences I should. Not to mention, I want to go out and life some great adventure, but that doesn't really happen in society today.

Bah - I just keep asking myself, where do I go from here?



 
innocenceNonus Posted: Sat Oct 6 04:06:28 2007 Post | Quote in Reply  
  i wouldn't wear that faveo bra if someone paid me. it looks uncomfortable and ugly...

that and your ta-tas would be flouncing around all over the place.

how am i?

galled by christophe's profile picture.
swamped by school work.
listening to more feist [no joke, but i thought that 1234 song was done by cat power...]
also recently found Kate Havnevik [any fans?]
had a caramel latte on ice from a really awesome coffee house [and now i can't sleep... so i've been doing crazy things online. among them composing a very crappy poem and sending it blindly to one of my favorite bands. i hope the ludicrousness of it persuades them to come to my area and play a show]
lamenting all the work i have to get done.
procrastinating.
essentially, i'm wallowing a bit in my own caffeinated self-made drudgery.

Love love love!


 
addi Posted: Sat Oct 6 05:56:50 2007 Post | Quote in Reply  
  SntSaturn said:

>I don't feel ready to graduate. It seems very against the norm, but I don't want to graduate.

Life doesn't totally end after college. You can still have one or two fun experiences before you die

: )


 
addi Posted: Sat Oct 6 06:17:32 2007 Post | Quote in Reply  
  innocenceNonus said:


>that and your ta-tas would be flouncing around all over the place.

gah!
flouncing bouncing ta-tahs
what a nightmare!


>galled by christophe's profile picture.

had to look up a precise definition for the use of the word "galled".

(Urban Dictionary)galled: The painful process of removal of multiple layers of flesh around the male genitals through the generation of copius amounts of sweat coupled with an extreme amount of friction.
"She looked at Courbet's painting of a vagina and felt sweat and friction around her genitals."


I decided you didn't mean this by being galled at christophe's avatar, mostly because you're a plinker and don't have male genitals....that I'm aware of.

so I checked out Merriam-Webster.
gall: Irritated; vexed
"Addi...That vagina is really irritating me!"

>Love love love!

Peace peace peace!


 
innocenceNonus Posted: Sat Oct 6 13:11:00 2007 Post | Quote in Reply  
  Addi,

i love you.

no, really.

you are fantastic.


 
addi Posted: Sat Oct 6 18:10:15 2007 Post | Quote in Reply  
  innocenceNonus said:
>Addi,
>
>i love you.
>
>no, really.
>
>you are fantastic.

: )

that was very nice to read after a long long day of doing car work.
thanks innocence.

I love you too, and not in a galled way


 
choke Posted: Sun Oct 14 20:03:50 2007 Post | Quote in Reply  
  ifihadahif said:
>>
>Your experience sounds more like a bassett hound than a beagle.

Aha. I googled them both and I want a "Bagle Hound" they're a cross between a Bassett and a Beagle :D


 
ifihadahif Posted: Sun Oct 14 20:54:42 2007 Post | Quote in Reply  
  choke said:
>ifihadahif said:
>>>
>>Your experience sounds more like a bassett hound than a beagle.
>
>Aha. I googled them both and I want a "Bagle Hound"
>
Sounds like a Jewish dog to me.
:-)


 
mat_j Posted: Tue Oct 16 07:50:11 2007 Post | Quote in Reply  
  beetlebum said:
>I'm missing England, glad that it's finally autumn, excited about moving somewhere new, loving seeing old friends, and am basically pretty content.
>
>Glad to hear everyone is hanging in there.
>
>

Darn it does this mean i've missed my chance to come to elope with you!


 



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