Angel: Connor, this is Spike and Illyria. Guys, this is Connor. Connor: Hi. umm...I like your outfit. Illyria: Your body warms. This one is lusting after me. Connor: Oh...no, I--I--it's just that it's the outfit. I guess I've had a thing for older women. Angel: They were supposed to fix that.

'Origin'


Spike's Bitches 41: Thrown together to stand against the forces of darkness  

[NAFDA] Spike-centric discussion. Lusty, lewd (only occasionally crude), risqué (and frisqué), bawdy (Oh, lawdy!), flirty ('cuz we're purty), raunchy talk inside. Caveat lector.


Sean K - Aug 06, 2008 8:33:26 am PDT #9991 of 10001
You can't leave me to my own devices; my devices are Nap and Eat. -Zenkitty

Also, Aims or MM... Tim, Liz and the kids want to join us tonight. Which means they'll handle the ride for me. Call me to talk. I tried calling Joe's cell and had a problem connecting.


Barb - Aug 06, 2008 8:34:04 am PDT #9992 of 10001
“Not dead yet!”

Ack, meara-- that is WAY big on the suckagetude.

And in other WTF news, check this out: Beware if an 'academic' throws a hissy fit over your book-- your publisher may get vewwy vewwy scared

And follow the link to the WSJ story, the whole thing is just... mind-boggling and makes me want to take Bertha to this sanctimonious bee-yotch. How DARE she mess with an author's career like this?


WindSparrow - Aug 06, 2008 8:34:19 am PDT #9993 of 10001
Love is stronger than death and harder than sorrow. Those who practice it are fierce like the light of stars traveling eons to pierce the night.

BTW, tres cute burrito kitty upthread.


Sean K - Aug 06, 2008 8:35:11 am PDT #9994 of 10001
You can't leave me to my own devices; my devices are Nap and Eat. -Zenkitty

And yeah, ~ma for TCG's step grandma, sj.


Trudy Booth - Aug 06, 2008 8:36:02 am PDT #9995 of 10001
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

Sometimes I think of global warming pushing palmetto bugs as far north as NYC and the only thing that comforts me is the thought that maybe Manhattan will be underwater by that time, making the giant flying roaches a moot point.

Either they already have or waterbugs can actually use those wings to fly.

A few weeks ago there was one banging around my living room at eight or nine feet up. It would crash into a wall or shelf and then change direction. I called my Sister freak.ing.out.

Should I run into my bedroom and hide? Sure, but then I won't know where it is, will I? At least this way I can keep an eye on it. While I'm screaming my head off every time it moves.

Should I try and kill it? With what? And what if that pisses it off?

Eventually it crawled under an easy chair in the foyer. Hopefully to die. And not to lay eggs. I was not tempted to move the chair and try and kill the thing, it might start flying again or ATTACK ME.

I'm lucky I survived.


Connie Neil - Aug 06, 2008 8:37:54 am PDT #9996 of 10001
brillig

Disinclined towards scuttling as a lifestyle choice

Yeah, if it wants to pretend to just be a spot on the wall, more power to it. Just still be there when I glance over again, and don't make me start looking around anxiously.


Pete, Husband of Jilli - Aug 06, 2008 8:39:40 am PDT #9997 of 10001
"I've got a gun! I've got a mother-flippin' gun!" - Moss, The IT Crowd

Pete is wise.

I am, I really am. Someone want to tell my wife.

Though if you wind up taking a job in LA, *I* would consider it a net gain.

Uh huh. Well, won't you look silly when we've pinned your sorry-ass down in Seattle.

Okay maybe the only thing wise about me is being a wise-ass, I know.


Jessica - Aug 06, 2008 8:41:10 am PDT #9998 of 10001
If I want to become a cloud of bats, does each bat need a separate vaccination?

Either they already have or waterbugs can actually use those wings to fly.

They're here in VERY small numbers, and only during the hottest months of the year, after which they quite sensibly die out. (Oh, hi, August! Didn't see you there! Go away now please!) If it gets much warmer, we'll start seeing them all year.

meara, oh no!!

Tep, way cool!


Pete, Husband of Jilli - Aug 06, 2008 8:42:39 am PDT #9999 of 10001
"I've got a gun! I've got a mother-flippin' gun!" - Moss, The IT Crowd

I have never seen such a casual plod towards the big 10K. Did you people all become jaded while I was away? Or perhaps you became... *shudder* adults!

Crazy talk, I know.

Come on, 10K!


juliana - Aug 06, 2008 8:43:34 am PDT #10000 of 10001
Tell me the ghost in the machine is real

LAST POST, BITCHES!