January 22nd, 2004
|09:21 am - Weird thought. . .|
One of my favourite things to say, for some odd reason, is this:
"I know this beautiful girl. . ."
I never finish the sentence, but I say it quite often. Interestingly, I almost never say it while thinking about a specific person. I'm not at all sure how to read that.
Of course, it's very true. I do know this beautiful girl. I actually know a lot (I'm lucky like that).
I just wish I knew who I was talking about.
Current Mood: bored
Current Music: "Coconut Telegraph", -JB
ever think it might be Eris?
Could be, but remember that Eris is "gorgeous". There's a heirarchy to these things.
Interestingly, though, I use different adjectives sometimes: "sexy", "wonderful" and, yes, even "gorgeous" often pop up, but "beautiful" is by far the most common.
Given the diversity of my adjectives, I cannot possibly be speaking of only one woman. I am very specific when it comes to this particular category of words.
See my essay My Very Own Definitions of Beauty
for more on the subject.
Just out of curiosity, where do I fit in?? ~_*
Heh. Really want to know? I know for a fact that I've disappointed women before because sometimes, when I'm honest, I'm freaking brutal.
I'm actually shocked that no one has stopped talking to me after asking that particular question.
(Got your IM, but work first. When I was ready to answer, you were gone. Ah, well.)
I don't think you are shallow after reading that. But then all our IMing should show that as we do tend to agree quite an amount.
Although I got to say on your further musing of beauty
I think our meeting will be anti-climatic with me ruining your view. >;P Hehe.
"Odd piercings will ruin a view for me. No belly button piercings, no tongues piercings, and especially no eyebrow rings, studs, or anything else on the face. The Deities made that body. Don't put holes in it. I can't help but think that the Divine spirit will leak out if you do that. (That's a great mental image!)"
Ah yes, the Gods did make my body (actually, they gave birth to Yama and he in turn to mine through a long course of bumping and grinding through the generations) but piercing is religious for us Vedics-- all three of us. Okay.. so my tongue is just for me, but the septum, ears and nostril are both signs that I am a married woman. ;*D
Nah, I'd be ready for it if I met you.
See, I can see past piercings, it's just very hard. I really don't like 'em anywhere but ears.
*shrugs* But knowing that I'm going to see piercings in advance reduces the shock, usually.
Awww man!! But you only ever get piercings for the shock value.... and to be "different"! I'll have to get, like, 50 more. I cannot disappoint. ;)
I think my head scares more people than my metal.
Yeah. I'd have to say, "bald hottie" is a very, very recent addition to my vocabulary.
Stretch marks (mine at least) are battle scars. I EARNED them, and though they are not the most attractive part of my body by any means, I wouldn't trade them for anything.
Speaking of which, saw your other pics. You remind me very much of my son's father. It's very odd.
haha. I was going to say "Maybe I am", but you'd probably know if I was your son's father.
And maybe I should say "unearned stretchmarks", similar to unearned tans.
Then again, I'm not sure I've ever seen "earned" stretchmarks :) Dunno if they'd be ugly or not.
I think I was thinking about a specific girl I knew, who was really hot, except that her breasts were all stretchy and wrinkled and such. She was only like, 21, too. *shudders* Yeah, I was definitely thinking of her.
|Date:||January 22nd, 2004 06:24 pm (UTC)|| |
That's him in the picture
Mine are on my stomach, caused by directly by my pregnancy. I love my son, but being pregnant was the most horrible 9 months ever.
*g* I'm also quite sure you are not my son's father. Among other factors, you would have been barely 19 when he was born (09/25/97). While it would have been legal, sex with teenagers is not something I've done since I was one. However, given your similar looks (and some interests) and the fact that my son looks very much like his father, the mistake could be made by the unwitting.
|Date:||January 22nd, 2004 06:25 pm (UTC)|| |
Re: That's him in the picture
Ugh. Pic did NOT reduce well. He has blue eyes, not brown.
The whole stretch marks thing has led to some interesting conversations over IM at this point. I'm rather amused. I understand them much better now.
Nah. He'll be much better looking than me when he grows up.
I like my stretch marks. They give a nice pattern to my hips and thighs, and they're shiny. I've been admiring them since I was 10. Then I developed breasts. As they're fairly large, and gravity doesn't seem to want to go away, stretch marks were inevitable. A few years ago I noticed some on my upper arms, and it seems like I have more to admire every year.
Adding a face would limit the vision. Enjoy the mystery :)
I just figured out how our worlds criss-cross! (To his credit, triadruid
mentioned to me that you were a fellow ADF-er; I just didn't connect the dots between usernames and such...)
The "friend of a friend" thread caught my eye because I thought about how everyone within earshot will generally stop talking and listen when you say something like, "I know this beautiful girl." Much more gracious than simply screeching, "Flaming death!"
I'll have to scope you out more often. Mostly ordinary,
Yep, here for your appraisal.
|Date:||January 22nd, 2004 09:11 pm (UTC)|| |
:: golf clap ::
Very nice. Especially the tights and the tree. We druid chicks dig that.
My legs look better in tights than yours do.
It's really pretty simple. . .
Perhaps one of the activities at Wellspring could be a men-in-tights contest? *g*
Heh. Just let me know. I'm ready for a fight.
Those situps I've added to my morning and evening rituals will help put me ahead of the crowd.
But I might just have to start fencing again if I'm going to be in *real* shape for it.
Would now be a bad time to mention that, for quite a while, I thought your userpic was of a monkey?
Absolutely not! Now is the *best* time to mention it!
But it's a damn fine lookin' monkey, huh?