Well, lady, I must say-- You're my kinda stupid.

Mal ,'Heart Of Gold'

Coffee On My Monitor  

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Rebecca Lizard - Sep 18, 2002 10:16:30 am PDT #18 of 10000
You sip / say it's your crazy / straw say it's you're crazy / as you bicycle your soul / with beauty in your basket


And I just realised, the word ‘screeching’ is so sadly underrepresented in literary sex scenes. Does no one screech like a banshee at the moment of truth anymore? I blame MTV. It’s taken it out of the bedroom and into Aerosmith videos.

On which note (??), I walked out of my apartment this morning to the sight of two squirrels getting a bit of furry-tailed action on the footpath. It was an awkward moment. I stopped dead in my tracks, not really wanting to disturb them; they too froze in place, the one scrabbling to keep his balance, with expressions on their tiny faces very much like a teenager whose parents have come home early.

Sadly, I did have a train to catch, and they shot off up a tree as soon as I took a step. I can only hope they weren’t traumatised by the experience. *sniff* They grow up so fast. ...No, they really do. I mean, they’re rodents, fer cryin’ out loud.

meara - Sep 18, 2002 10:24:48 am PDT #19 of 10000

IN Buffy:

Alibelle: Ok. Question: Vampires eat people. People eat meat. If a person has sex with a bull, for example, it would be bestiality. Does the same rule apply to human sex for a vampire?

Burrell: I'm getting a little worried about you, Alibelle. I don't think the fact that we eat meat is reason why sex with a bull is considered bestiality. It's considered bestiality because it's a bull. As in beast, not human. I't not like it's considered normal for a vegetarian to have sex with a bull, is it?

Allyson: There's nothing sexy about fucking steak.

Burrell: I bet there's a kink out there for it. I'll just go check my handy dandy fetish map.

P.M. Marc - Sep 18, 2002 2:40:07 pm PDT #20 of 10000
So come, my friends, be not afraid/We are so lightly here/It is in love that we are made; In love we disappear

I just got spam.

It was entirely in Italian.

I'm now concerned that I'm on a Sicilian Mafia mail-list and I'm starting to think I'd better not hit "unsubscribe".


Jesse - Sep 18, 2002 2:41:37 pm PDT #21 of 10000
Sometimes I trip on how happy we could be.

And billytea in response:

Much of my spam arrives in a language with which I am unfamiliar, which seems to have roughly eleven different expressions for 'barely legal' but none for 'please remove me from your mailing list'.

lori - Sep 18, 2002 5:19:59 pm PDT #22 of 10000

re: Tropical Storm Isidore

deborah grabien: Looks like a tropical depression with an attitude, ita.

ita: That used to be me.

Nutty - Sep 18, 2002 9:14:34 pm PDT #23 of 10000
"Mister Spock is on his fanny, sir. Reports heavy damage."


An old roommate of mine named her car after me. It was a brown Lincoln town car, or something equally hello? You think I am a brown schmoozemobile?

Rebecca Lizard - Sep 18, 2002 11:28:26 pm PDT #24 of 10000
You sip / say it's your crazy / straw say it's you're crazy / as you bicycle your soul / with beauty in your basket


My first name is from Stranger in a Strange Land. My late teen years were spent shouting at geeky boys "You do NOT grok me! And NO, I will NOT share water with you! Go away!"

(Edited 'cos I'm spacey and forgot "u" wasn't a quick-edit option.)

P.M. Marc - Sep 19, 2002 1:11:08 am PDT #25 of 10000
So come, my friends, be not afraid/We are so lightly here/It is in love that we are made; In love we disappear

Randomly, I buy Dawn washing up liquid because it's the only detergent named after a Buffy character.

I imagine it saying "get out, get out GET OUT!" to the bacon fat on my plates...

JohnH, large with the funny.

Angus G - Sep 19, 2002 2:02:45 am PDT #26 of 10000
Roguish Laird

I'm slashdamaged now so when the portentous v.o. says: "Two men in love... [long pause] with the same woman" I just presume they're angling for the slash.

Hec in Natter. (Slashdamaged people are dangerous. They know they can contrive.)

Trudy Booth - Sep 19, 2002 2:16:05 am PDT #27 of 10000
Greece's financial crisis threatens to take down all of Western civilization - a civilization they themselves founded. A rather tragic irony - which is something they also invented. - Jon Stewart

Steph L.: I'm gonna haunt Elena.

Elena: Please, like you don't already. {cues soft music and vaseline lens; walks along deserted beach, longing and loss expressed in my sea-blue-green eyes and perfect rosebud mouth, long silken hair tossed by the cruel wind, salt spray disguising tears}


Am I the only one who thinks fancy pants blow job every time I read the name Tony Head? -- Burrell