Thursday, November 03, 2005

 

Get Thee Behind Me, Evil Enabler!


*groan*

Ann, although being one of my dearest friends (we figured out the other day that we had "known" each other at least 8 or 9 years, although we have never even spoken on the phone!), is also an evil, conniving bitch.

Who else would show a yarnslut this, during the very month that said wooltrollop is selling off her own stash to pay for her husband's fees from last term so that he can take a course in January and maybe one day finish his degree?

A bitch, that's who.

Hmph.

I think I shall pout now. And figure out how I can wangle enough out of the budget to buy oh, like 20 balls of each colo(u)r.

Like I said ...

*groan*

Ann, honey, you're getting something pinque in the mail very very soon. Perhaps made out of pinque funfur.

You're welcome.

In answer to recent questions:

Kathy, I like my chocolate drizzled on someone's nice warm belly, however if that's not convenient (like at work and stuff) I like dark chocolate. Plain or fruit centres. I'm pretty easy to please.

Jove: Hubby cleaned the kitchen tonight. Without being asked. And it was a disaster area. That has certainly improved my mood, as has not going *crunch*crunch* across the carpet!

Patti: I think I won some sort of "Most Likely to Cuss Like a Sailor" award on JenLa's blog last year, but thank you!

Rachel: Asselope? Who knows? These strokes of genius (or idiocy) take me by surprise from time to time. I was tired of "assbeagle".

Jill: I like my liquor pretty much how I like my chocolate, but usually settle for beer. Very cold. Out of the can. (I have lots of class, it's just all third.)

Marie: The horror was not being connected to all of my invisible friends. I mean, what if someone had, like, KNIT something???

and last but not least, Lee Ann: No, I did not spill a glass of wine on my laptop but mostly because I don't have a laptop. I do, however, know where one can buy a keyboard very, very cheaply. Also where one can buy one at close to midnight. (And also where the two spares are in my husband's bedroom). *g*

Comments:
I think Aubegine or maybe Saxony Teal.

You're welcome.
 
Trollop.
 
Ladies, ladies! Let's think about this...Ann only has your best interests at heart. And I agree, I think the Aubergine is loverly.
 
I spilled wine on my keyboard when reading Stephanie's blog about talking to her girls about just saying no and not necessarily needing someone else to - well, you know.
 
See, now I love asshat and fuckwit but do desire a change of wordage from time to time. Asselope is wonderfully descriptive. Thanks.
 
Asselope could possibly be a new favorite. I'm all about the aubergine, too, though I do have a bit of a thing for the dusty lavender... *evil grin*
 
Oh that Aubergine alone would have done it for me. And anything that starts out with $2, does that make me cheap? Well then cheep, cheep.
Llama(duck)
:)
 
It's the Saxony Teal. Yes, I know, I'm such a ho! I'd have to keep mine in a plasctic bag to keep the drool off of it.
 
i sense a RAOK coming on
 
Dude, it wouldn't be a kindness to put ~more~ of anything into this house, even if it IS alpaca!
 
Just catching up. But yes, I agree, if HUBBY does housework that might improve your mood. I must have misinterpreted as I thought YOU were going to do housework and that doesn't ever do anything good for me. glad he did though. Maybe that almost getting his ass divorced incident has had a positive effect. Hope it lasts.
 
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