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Who spend decades of their lives experimenting, exploring and trying to invalidate female ejaculation and/or the G-spot: I am very sorry you can't make your wives/girlfriends cum vaginally, but leave the rest of us alone.

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Seriously, dudes, it's just creepy.
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Snagged from [livejournal.com profile] musetrax :

1. Bold the names of guys you'd definitely sex it up with.
2. Italicize the names of guys you might do after a little persuasion.
3. Leave the guys who don't do anything for you alone.
4. Put a question mark after the guys you've never heard of.
5. Strike the guys you wouldn't touch with a ten-foot pole.
6. Add four more guys to the list!

Under which I reveal what a slut I am )

Peace, Ghani
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Stolen from [livejournal.com profile] moetushie:







Peace, Ghani
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Both ganked from [livejournal.com profile] jadeblood:

Lets101 - Free Online Dating



1. Bold the names of guys you'd definitely shag.
2. Italicize the names of guys you might shag after a little persuasion.
3. Leave the guys who don't do anything for you alone.
4. Put a question mark after the guys you've never heard of.
5. Strike the guys you wouldn't touch with a ten-foot pole.
6. ADD THREE OF YOUR OWN AT THE END.

NOTE: Consider the bolded ones as a "Hell yeah!" I'm going to try to be not so easy and most who are merely crushes are going to get italicized, though that's going to be to varying degrees and I'll refrain from ranking them. The whole thing seems rather cruel in a way but I have to just let go and embrace the mystery that is celebrity, accept that it's the image I'm commenting on and not them personally. Some of the 'doesn't do anything for me' and 'strike' people are perfectly attractive, interesting people who I just happen not to find sexually attractive. Do I come off as defensive? Hm. I guess I've always been super sensitive about seeing celebs as real people, but that's a post for another day. On to the list:

The Dirty Deed )

Peace, Ghani
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Snached from [livejournal.com profile] dream_mender:

Which character played by Terrence Mann are you? )

Okay, I might have fudged a little so I could get one of my two favorite Terry Mann performances/characters (the other's Javert, so not so different!), but they were still mostly honest answers.

And then there's this: X-Men porn. Snatched that link from [livejournal.com profile] immortalis. God, some of those captions made me laugh until it hurt. Erm...

Peace, Ghani
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From the ever mahvelous [livejournal.com profile] iansmomesq:
1. List your top 10 celebrity crushes. (Aah, you mean the ones I want to fu... admire and respect dearly.)
2. Put all of them in order of your lust for admire them. (Nope, can't do it! So, [livejournal.com profile] iansmomesq had the right idea--alphabetization! Catalogued lust, if you will. I'd like to see that Dewey Decimal System, snicker.)
3. Say why you lust for admire them and which movie/show/thing it was that hooked you.
4. Supply photos for said people.
5. Tag five people.
Not tagging anyone--you want it, it's yours! :-)

Behind the cut because of the big )

Peace, Ghani
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ARGH! The ongoing saga that is my laptop crash resfuses to die! After months of drama, taking it to best Buy, having them run the diagnostic, telling them to install a new hard drive, waiting for them to do it, calling Compaq to get a new set of back up discs (my brother did that part, I hate phones! Bleh!), waiting for 'em, taking them to best Buy for the Geek Squad to install, I got it home today and discovered, surprise, that the one feature I use, the word processor, wasn't there. Oh, they installed virus protection and media players galore, which are all pretty useless to me as I don't use my laptop to get online. But no Word, no Works. So, now, I'll have to wait until I have the moolah, which might not be for some time, shell it out and install that. I am vexed.

And what a lovely way to end a day that started, well, near 4 o'clock this morning, when I actually fell asleep. Been drowsy ever since finally dragging my lazy butt out of bed around noon. Had some particularly vivid dreams which kept me restless, snoozing in fits and starts, and even though every time I woke up, I told myself, 'Don't have the same dream, don't have the same dream', it was right there again when I drifted off. I don't get my hyper-real Titanic dreams so much anymore, but when I do, they're usually whoppers; whether that has to do with a heightened level of reality or the fact that I'm not "used" to them anymore, I do not know. All I know is, it's impossible to explain them because they work on feelings rather sight or description. I can't put down in words the sheer and over-whelming enormity of the ship as I sat in a small lifeboat alongside it, the frightening height of the stern as it stood straight in the air, or the smoke stack as it broke off. Truly terrifying stuff and you're going to have to take my word on it because nothing could ever sum up the sheer emotions I was feeling while dreaming. Still right now, thinking about it, it scares the hell out of me!

Ah, well. I suppose it's a trade off: One night, Bale sex, the next, Titanic sinking! Then again, if I remember correctly, Bale sex also including family!angst and hentai-style tentacle rape... Well, strike that theory. ;-P

Peace, Ghani

Oh Lordy!

Aug. 2nd, 2006 01:55 pm
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Was at Barnes & Nobles yesterday and caught a sight of this one on the best sellers shelf...

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Um... Yeah. You cannot tell me that a publisher of romance fiction would not have seen the severe double entendre in that! Me and my sister were even making jokes about that happening "at the climax *snicker*"! C'mon! I know it's trying to be wordplay to begin with but that is seriously messed up! Wish I'd thought of it! Bwahahahaha! XD

In other book-related news, my sister had quite the shock when she picked up one of Greg Maguire's childrens' novels and discovered that he had written about a deaf girl with a speech impediment about two years after he met her! The similarities between Ann and the book's main character are striking and there's no doubt that he must have been thinking of her at least a little when he wrote it. She must have inspired it in some way, even if she just planted the idea in his mind!

And, as long as I'm name dropping on my sister's behalf, I'd be remiss if I didn't mention her friend, Dave Daegling, appearing in a repeat of National Geographic's Behind the Mysteries: Bigfoot on that channel this past week. She couldn't believe how he had cleaned up, she just kept laughing c'os I guess he was sort of grungy when he'd talk with her at the Dog Park. They had him playing the role of the skeptic and one couldn't hardly guess he was a fanatic (he and his wife went on a Bigfoot retreat at least once and, I think, for their honeymoon!). Skepticism is a good thing in healthy amounts, as my parapsychology teacher, Dr. Andrew Nichols, taught us!

Peacel, Ghani

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