Archive | March, 2009

PROFESSIONAL STALKERS…

31 Mar

people who disappear into thin air when you need to speak with them

but won’t leave you alone when you’re busy  

 

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PROFESSIONAL STALKERS…

31 Mar

people who disappear into thin air when you need to speak with them

but won’t leave you alone when you’re busy  

 

PROFESSIONAL STALKERS…

31 Mar

people who disappear into thin air when you need to speak with them

but won’t leave you alone when you’re busy  

 

Letting Evil In The Door

28 Mar

I’ve been relaying advice to my friends regarding letting evil in the door & consistently need to follow my own INSTINCTS when dealing with this matter. I finally thought of the story’s name today – the story that was a mandatory-read in high school & that which is closely related to this topic. I’m also adding my choice quote of the day, one in which I firmly believe in…

 

“Be careful what you wish for… for you may just get it!”

 

A bit of wisdom is contained in this phrase. Another aspect of this concept is the story of the dog chasing the truck – the truck stops – and the dog thinks, “now what do I do”?

 

The version that is more familiar is “be careful what you wish for, lest it come true”, which always makes me think of the Tale of the Monkey’s Paw. 

 

“Be careful what you wish for” has become popular only in the past few years. It’s popular enough now to qualify as a cliché.

 

The Monkey’s Paw, a classic horror story, apparently written by W.W. Jacobs, first appeared in Harper’s Monthly in 1902… a  story beginning with the quotation, “Be careful what you wish for, you may receive it” – unfortunately attributed by the author to Anonymous.

Letting Evil In The Door

28 Mar

I’ve been relaying advice to my friends regarding letting evil in the door & consistently need to follow my own INSTINCTS when dealing with this matter. I finally thought of the story’s name today – the story that was a mandatory-read in high school & that which is closely related to this topic. I’m also adding my choice quote of the day, one in which I firmly believe in…

 

“Be careful what you wish for… for you may just get it!”

 

A bit of wisdom is contained in this phrase. Another aspect of this concept is the story of the dog chasing the truck – the truck stops – and the dog thinks, “now what do I do”?

 

The version that is more familiar is “be careful what you wish for, lest it come true”, which always makes me think of the Tale of the Monkey’s Paw. 

 

“Be careful what you wish for” has become popular only in the past few years. It’s popular enough now to qualify as a cliché.

 

The Monkey’s Paw, a classic horror story, apparently written by W.W. Jacobs, first appeared in Harper’s Monthly in 1902… a  story beginning with the quotation, “Be careful what you wish for, you may receive it” – unfortunately attributed by the author to Anonymous.

Letting Evil In The Door

28 Mar

I’ve been relaying advice to my friends regarding letting evil in the door & consistently need to follow my own INSTINCTS when dealing with this matter. I finally thought of the story’s name today – the story that was a mandatory-read in high school & that which is closely related to this topic. I’m also adding my choice quote of the day, one in which I firmly believe in…

 

“Be careful what you wish for… for you may just get it!”

 

A bit of wisdom is contained in this phrase. Another aspect of this concept is the story of the dog chasing the truck – the truck stops – and the dog thinks, “now what do I do”?

 

The version that is more familiar is “be careful what you wish for, lest it come true”, which always makes me think of the Tale of the Monkey’s Paw. 

 

“Be careful what you wish for” has become popular only in the past few years. It’s popular enough now to qualify as a cliché.

 

The Monkey’s Paw, a classic horror story, apparently written by W.W. Jacobs, first appeared in Harper’s Monthly in 1902… a  story beginning with the quotation, “Be careful what you wish for, you may receive it” – unfortunately attributed by the author to Anonymous.

Receiving Mixed Messages via The Gipsy Curse

28 Mar
Get a life & find your own girlfriend (I am "taken")…
READ MY PROFILE, dickheads!
(And why would I even have any interest in someone who is boring & has nothing better to say,
 other than to make comments on my few & far between skin-shots); 
 so EFF OFF! This is your last & final warning before my horns start to grow!
 I also have no interest in "boys" (& that includes delivery boys & stock boys)….
WHY WOULD I WANT A BOY WHEN I ALREADY HAVE A MAN?
 
PS  If I’ve somehow been throwing off some kinda signals at you &/or am leaving you subtle & subliminal messages thru eezwerld, pal-eez just brush it off & attribute it to the fact that I am The Gipsy Queen. Just fink (as Johnny Depp will say in From Hell) how my sharp-as-a-tack & steady-as-a-snake-&-on-his-toes, hot & ever-so-pleasing boy(REAL MAN)friend feels about having to deal with my outrageousness & foretellings on a daily basis! Just a coupla nights ago, he was afraid the cops might come here & arrest me for having somehow been a part of the craziness behind that chick making poisoned cupcakes (see the news headlines published in the past few days), cus I had created & posted photo albums entitled "FROOT LOOP CUPCAKES" & "IMA QUEEN! IMA QUEEN!" at the beginning of March, after a  went off in my head & I began to research Marie Antoinette (whom I found out was originally from Austria & a descendant of the Habsburgs, and bears an uncanny resemblance to Li’l e), Cakers & Kooky Kuechens (hence the term, YOU CAN’T HAVE YOUR CAKE & e-DIT TOO) ; and I still gotta read that bitta news about that woman, who apparently went over the edge & acted upon her evil thoughts (hence the term, THE DEVIL MADE ME DO IT). Who knows? Maybe she stole one of the Gipsy Queen’s ideas or received one of eez e-Mixes ("mixed messages"), heh!  
 
WANNA BITE?