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25 January 2004 @ 11:33 am
Happy entries, happy entries...  
It's not so hard, is it? String a bunch of hyperactive randomness together and it sort of looks happy, haha.

I don't hate Marilyn Manson as much as I thought I did. XD TAINTED LOVE, OMGWTF... that and there's a picture of him and Crispin Glover together at a party or something and that just cracks me up... no particular reason. Maybe I just remember making fun of Jamie however many years ago for liking MM.

ESPECIALLY BECAUSE I SPENT THE SUMMER LISTENING TO THE ORIGINAL OF THIS SONG ON SIX FLAG'S SPEAKERS OMG WONDERFUL.

Can anyone tell me why pressing down on the very middle of my chest, right on the sternum, produces lingering pain? O_o It's, like, tender. And I'm not talking unreasonable pressing. Very reasonable pressing. It's been this way for awhile now. *presspressow* I can't feel anything... like a lump or... whatever.

*loves on glorybox* "The only thing I can think to suggest is try to knock some sense into his strangely emotional thick skull..." XD XD XD Yes, yes. "Knock." He has to get close enough to knock, though, and I think he'll be avoiding that for a bit. Dude, they arrested this one guy (on a marijuna possession charge, wtf?) in my city when he called about a domestic abuse situation... even though his wife admitted to being the one getting violent. It was like they couldn't believe that his wife was pushing him (a football player for KSU) around. But I believe it. She was small, but I bet she could have kicked some ass if she was mad enough.

My god. I just want to go and be herbert_west forever.
 
 
Current Mood: predatorypredatory
Current Music: Marilyn Manson - Highway to Hell
 
 
 
Adamadamchristopher on January 25th, 2004 07:33 am (UTC)
the sternum pain is an indication of either heavily expressed or heavily repressed emotion. (that is, unless you got bumped there and haven't remembered it yet)
DrWorm: uhohdrworm on January 25th, 2004 10:56 am (UTC)
Really? Well... how highly appropriate. I don't recall being bumped or anything, there's no bruising, and I've been feeling it for three or four months now.

Huh...
Adamadamchristopher on January 26th, 2004 01:10 pm (UTC)
yep, as far as I know, at least according to yogic philosophy, and I have experienced that sensation myself.
Pete: Could Beaver make that up?glorybox on January 25th, 2004 12:02 pm (UTC)
He has to get close enough to knock, though, and I think he'll be avoiding that for a bit.

*can't help but laugh* Oh dear...well, perhaps that's for the best. Having a mauled corpse on your hands is never easy to dispose of (unless you're a short tempremental mad scientist with a womany sidekick).

She was small, but I bet she could have kicked some ass if she was mad enough.

Oh I believe it. My mum herself is a five-foot two Welsh immigrant who married a verbally abusive hick to get away from her bipolar alcohol-crazed family and while she's taken horrible tongue-lashings in her life, if he goes too far, my short tiny-boned mother kicks my father's heavy-set big-boned three hundred pound ass around the house like he's a starving child. Before I was adopted, she and dad got into a huge fight over something, I can't remember what, so mum, brimming over with fury, picks up a pound of ground cow meat in one hand and a seventy-two ounce steak in the other hand in kamikazes it directly into his face and broke his nose. The lesson in all of this would be Never Piss Off the Irritable European Immigrant Whilst She Makes Dinner.

Ahh how I love that story.
DrWorm: bitch pleasedrworm on January 26th, 2004 03:55 am (UTC)
unless you're a short tempremental mad scientist with a womany sidekick

Who says I'm not? Oh... wait... damn. >_>

The lesson in all of this would be Never Piss Off the Irritable European Immigrant Whilst She Makes Dinner.

That is one of the most awesomest things I've ever heard.