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lazybookreviews: Thank you to everyone who weighed in, especially Nathan Oliver and Danny Doughtery. CHECK IT. Next week. Monday through Friday. KING WEEK. This is not an ironic week. He is a fucking talented craftsman. Have you even fucking read “ON WRITING”? IT IS LIKE “BIRD BY BIRD” BUT LESS FUCKING…
poisonville: The problem with meditation, at least in the tradition handed down to me, is that it’s not an escape. Just the opposite—it’s practicing being right there with whatever turmoil, textures, boredom, bliss or devastation occurs. One practices staying with it when what one wants to do desperately is flee. It’s a practice of fearlessness. Oddly, fear and anguish, in this light, can be...
Charles Dickens would have wanted to see her nipples!– Frank Cross (Scrooged)
leeleeleelee: imbackintheussr replied to your post: Holiday Weekends Without Shannon Go as Follows: what’s Creature Comforts? Well, even those who have just met Shannon know that she is kind of a lot obsessed with claymation. I got a Netflix recommendation for a claymation series and thought that I would do some recon and check it out. Basically, there is an American and British version of...
My sister brought some booze with her when she...
She brought some pumpkin cream liquer and amaretto. You pour some cream liquer over ice and add a shot of amaretto. It’s delicious!
die Ausfahrt (n.)
voooz: deutschoftheday: - exit, gateway Es gibt keine Ausfahrt. - There is no exit. submitted by madison-chicetfabuleux I’m going to start having nightmares in German. Imagine high school freshmen learning the conjugation of the verb - fahren (to travel, drive, go): Ich fahre du fahrst er/sie/est fahrt (!!! - giggles ensue)
Important Cat Question™
For those of you with female cats, do they ever hold their tail straight up and jiggle it? Both Trinity and Shasta will do it. It’s usually when they come up to me to be petted. I’m not exactly sure what it means.
tesslynch: It rained yesterday and today as I was driving home from the valley I could see the mountains covered with snow, and then “Nightshift” came on the radio. If you’re a DJ and you play “Nightshift” you really can’t lose: somewhere there’s someone who’s going to make the Ultimate Satisfaction Noise after they recognize the muted percussive intro. Oh boy, I reeled. If there’s one thing I...