Monday, October 29, 2007
Monday Morning, Going Down
It would appear that the (thankfully waning) Hunter's Moon/Blood Moon threw a lot of people for a loop. I know it knocked me on my butt. Wow, words and thoughts and emotions and hormones were all over the map the last few days. Bloody hell. I can certainly see how people who aren't wrapped all that tightly to begin with could get off kilter, veer off on a wee bit of a psycho course, and just generally go ... nuts. It was hard enough for normals (and I include myself, perhaps tongue in cheek, in that category) to keep a grip. Thank God, that evil voodoo moon-thing is going down.
Who among you has a problem with acid reflux? I had a killer bout of it Saturday night. Man, I wouldn't wish that on my worst enemy -- save one. The acid came up and all I could do was spend a miserable night wishing it would go back down and stay down.
The siding crew missed three days last week due to the driving rain, so they worked Saturday and Sunday. Saturday, I was expecting them. Sunday, I was a bit mortified to hear their loud Beverly Hillbillies truck pull up. I'm not sure how my neighbors felt about all the hammering and banging and yelling. I'm afraid to ask. More siding went up instead of coming down, thank goodness.
Words Gone Wild are in a sense vampiric, don't you think? TWISTED LINGUISTICS thinks so, in that they steal the thunder from and suck the fire out of normal, regular words. They need to go down.
retarted - When a backward, intellectually challenged strumpet has to start all over again.
prescious - Clairvoyantly adorable.
Who the hell are you to question my intelligent? - Who, indeed? Duh.
different hughes of blue - Guys named Hugh painted in varying shades of blue.
From the keyboard of our esteemed "editor" person:
menbers - Of or relating to male sex organs.
inuiendos - Literally, "In you I end, Ozzie." Nobody said it had to make sense.
And -- Stunted Grammar:
what he think's
send your prayer's
Do you know what your vampire name is?