May 19th, 2004

Joe Boys

I ain't no glamor boy...

Evidently I am The Loverboy, according to :D

Well-liked. Well-established. You are The Loverboy. Loverboys thrive in committed, steady relationships--as opposed to, say, Playboys, who want sex without too much attachment.

You've had many relationships and nearly all of them have been successful. You're a nice guy, you know the ropes, and even if you can be a little hasty with decisions, most girls think of you as a total catch. Your hastiness comes off as spontaneity most of the time anyhow, making you especially popular in your circle of friends, too.

You know not to make the typical Loverboy mistake of choosing someone who appreciates your good humor and popularity, but who offers nothing in return. You belong with someone outgoing, independent, and creative. Otherwise, you'll get bored. And then instead of surprising him with flowers or a practical joke, you'll surprise him by leaving.
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The LJ Mad Lib - Revealed!

From my earlier posting, here is the Mad Lib you've all been waiting for!

Today was so throbbing! Boutros Boutros-Ghali and I went down to The Library of Congress and skittered like we've never collapsed before! After that we drove in my veranda all the way to the freeway overpass and went to Public Water Treatment Facility #3 for dinner. I had coq au vin and they had beignet. We talked about Brad Pitt's thighs for at least 411 hours, but then we were so tired we decided to head back to my place to frell. We ended up watching The Poseidon Adventure (which I thought was pretty perverse but they thought was blue), and then afterwards we dryhumped. Go suck a circus! Boutros is really good at that! Then I said goodnight, went upstairs and queefed, curled up with my anal beads and went to sleep thinking about what a repugnant day it had been.
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The bliss of ignorance

superly posts in the san_diego about today's "gas out." As reported by (and as other rather intelligently and thoughtfully pointed out to her), it's a stupid, ineffectual idea, despite it getting some media attention. Her response? She deletes and turns off comments to the post.


So I post another message giving people the real scoop, hopefully to dispel an urban legend, and wondering why someone would be so uptight and unreasonable. People start replying, and somewhere in there things turn ugly; however, I'm not sure exactly how bad it got, because the moderator of the community decided to delete both posts and be done with the issue entirely.

Now she's gone and posted the same misinformation in her own journal, but of course her comments are screened so my reply to her asking if she'd even read anything about it got deleted. So be it, but here's something she wrote in her journal: "I just have little to no interest in current news information. I typically watch the news as little as possible."

The bliss of willful ignorance. Astounding.
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