Log in

No account? Create an account
Just When You Think It's Safe To Go Back In The Water... >*^^,^^^^^,^^-- 
24th-Oct-2002 05:51 am
A CROCODILE COMES UP AND BITES YOUR LEG OFF!! Hey, what do you want, he was hungry and you taste like chicken afterall!

OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOH I don't care if it rains or freezes 'long as I got my plastic Jesus ridin' on the dashboard of my carrrrrrrrrrrr... And Idon't care 'bout queers of fairies 'long as I got my Virgin Mary ridin' on the dashboard of my carrrrrrrr!... ::thwaps self berry berry hard::

I have NO idea where that came from. I remember we had Mary & Jesus nightlights in the hallway when I was a kid, one across from the other, and they gave me the heebie jeebies when I got up to pee in the middle of the night. I always thought they were playing a really intense game of staredown, and I used to think I'd end the game if I walked in front of them - and they'd shoot lasers out of their eyes at me for making the game end. Then again, I also used to be convinced as a child that Jesus was the boogeyman. Afterall, he saw what I was doing all the time, good and bad, and would come and get me.

It was strange, because I was always told similar things about Santa Claus and the Easter Bunny, so I would always get confuzzled about who was who. Then the little girl across the street from me told me that Santa Claus was bullshit and I ran home to both of my parents mad as hell! I told them that they were horrible people and that they always said "Lying is the worst thing you could ever do to us" - and I called them both liars and said something or other about never trusting them again. I ran back outside and heard my father say to my mother "What am I supposed to say to THAT?" I asked my mother about this many years later and she told me that at that point, there was no way they could have reasoned with me at that point. I was seven years old. Anyhoo...

Last night Damien, Cole, Avery and I watched E.T. on DVD. Maggie & Nathan went out shopping and we stayed home and watched the movie with the kids. Cole loved it, I know he would. He's wanted to see it since it was being rereleased in theaters.

I'm landing in a tense situation amongst friends, and soon I could likely make commentary that would sting more than one person and spur me on to calling out things that many think but few would actually say. I feel volatile and insulted, and to a lesser degree betrayed. I slept for shit because I was so angry, so what's left of me for today is tired, irritated, and quick to lash out. Rest assured folks - if I were talking specifically about you, you'd know it so before I get home today to 15 "Are you upset with me? Who are you talking about?" questions, if you've said nothing to piss me off in the last 24 hours then I'm not talking to you and you need not concern yourself.

Here's to hoping the baby takes a LOOOONG nap today so I can calm my now frayed nerves.
24th-Oct-2002 04:32 am (UTC) - RE: E.T.
I only remember about 60% of the movie... (From last night) I was so tired, but I don't know why...

OH! And dinner was scrumptious! YUM YUM! Where did you say you attended culinary school?

24th-Oct-2002 05:19 am (UTC) - Re: E.T.
I never went to culinary school - I began cooking when I was about 7 or 8, I studied cooking in my downtime, and began inventing things and sampling different types of things as early as I could remember. Everything I didn't learn from TV shows, cookbooks, and/or magazines I leaned from my family and the chefs I have met and worked with over the years. Most of what I know is just from being observant and paying attention.
24th-Oct-2002 07:02 am (UTC) - Re: E.T.
Oh, I thought you had. Well you're a good cook, nonetheless. :-)

Promise me you'll cook me something extra special for my birthday?

24th-Oct-2002 04:41 am (UTC)
I never had to go through the Santa Claus thing because my parents are/were Jehovah's Witnesses, but interracial marriage, cross dressing, gay people, etc., whoooooo boy.
24th-Oct-2002 05:20 am (UTC) - Oh 'Toine, how you do make me laugh!
I still maintain that my parents should have raised cobras and not children.
24th-Oct-2002 05:26 am (UTC) - Hey Brad?
Mom hasn't even talked to you in the last 24 hours, so don't take it out on me, boy!! ;-)

I Love You!!!
24th-Oct-2002 05:48 am (UTC) - Re: Hey Brad?
HA! I can't say the same, unfortunately. He smacked me with a virtual Thwapper yesterday for a comment I made on Kate's LJ. Guess I'm screwed!!!
24th-Oct-2002 06:04 am (UTC) - Re: Hey Brad?
You're screwed? HA, I got you all beat! I'm his boyfriend, hardly a day goes by when we don't at least talk on the phone. I don't have a snowballs chance on a lit propane grill!

(Ya like my Atheist's take on that cliche? Hee hee)

24th-Oct-2002 08:08 am (UTC) - Re: Hey Brad?
THAT was pretty spiffy.
This page was loaded Apr 21st 2018, 11:15 pm GMT.