Thursday, August 17, 2006

Would you marry a blogger ?

To follow up on the topic of matchmaking/ love and ideal/suitable other half which was raised in the posts Mr.Highlander, and true love , I thought hey let's be more specific ;) shall we ?

Especially after I've seen that several people in the Arab blogosphere were discussing this question lol ( hattip Roba in itoot ) - it does seem to be important ;)

Please follow all the links as they are really hilarious , through Roba and itoot , I discovered some funny and articulate Arab bloggers like : Jad , Khalidah, Qwaider and Shaden .


Here are excerpts from all the various posts mentioned above - but it's better if you read all the posts and tell me your favourite and of course what you think, I mean : WOULD YOU MARRY A BLOGGER ?

"She doesn't nag AT ALL, she just puts a single post about the matter

You will love him for how he thinks not how he looks, who he really is and
not what he pretends to be infront of you, what he does and not what he brags
about to impress you.


she would put a poll to see how many people agree that you get some
action or not
You’re not supposed to get jealous if guys complement her on her blog

He will get angry if you reply to the guys who comment on your blog; you
should ignore guys and reply only to gals to salvage his manly ego."

55 comments:

Anonymous said...

Habibti Highlander, it is raining men in your corner of the world while we are having a very very dry summer over here! That is Not fair! Think of your Libyan sisters, be generous, show us your benevolent spirit….I mean….can you at least spare one of these guys and ship him to me! Dry season, I told you. Lilalh ya muhsineen.



Adam my green-eyed boy, do Arabic, Swahili, and Chinese qualify as exotic languages? I warn you, not only talented and pretty but also witty, artistic, creative, fantastic cook, great listener, ahem, ahem, hopeless romantic, ahem, ahem, But also lazy, crazy, as stubborn as a mule, moody, caffeine-addict, book worm, childish, pathetic, attention-seeker, Don’t-dare-to-talk-to-me-in-the-morning sort of girl, ahem, ahem….



Non-Blogger Habibi, I swear sometimes you scare the shit out of me, THOUGH I LOVE your brain. Wanna share it with me darling!


I digress here. My list for Mr. Pumpkin is very short and simple. He has to possess three qualities, one to do with his brain, the second with his heart, and the third with his physique.

1- He has to be intelligent.

2- He has to be tender-hearted. What I mean by that is he has to be the sort of guy who would cry if my cat got sick. Heh- heh- heh.

3- He has to be taller than me. I’m 1,70. Guys, I love my heels.

Hellooo, anyone out there fits the profile!! Pleaseeee. Dry season, I swear!

Miss Libyan Pumpkin

Anonymous said...

OOps, I meant to post this on the previous post. sorry :(
Pumpkin

Adam said...

Pumpkin!
Salaam, Ni Hao, Majofo!

such a sweet miss-post! But really, are you trying to stage a fight between me my dear softie-blog-brother Non-Blogging? Ah, maybe this is the attention seeker in you!

Half an inch taller than you, so hardly on the basketball team but a bit smarter than that lot together. If you are such a clever girl you will find a way (unless this is just a hoax). And next all we need to do is to find Maya a gentle good-looking Arab boy!

And you dear sweet Highlander, here we go chatting each other up on your marry-a-blogger-thread. Shame on us.

Having skimmed those points one stuck in memory:
You learn from her blog that she is pregnant
I swear to all devils, gods and ancient spirits. I would destroy the internet!

tommy said...

So you are considering a serious relationship with the AngryLibyan.

LMAO.

Non-Blogging said...

I thought I wouldn't comment this thread at all because it's not my topic... I'm Non-Blogging and this is about non-non-bloggers... BUT how can I now resist when a sweet Libyan pumpkin tries to make me propose to her (I fit all those criteria hint hint ;-))?

Adam, get ready for a fight! This blogosphere with all these pumpkins
who only can marry either of us is too small for us two! No pistols in our duel, of course. You try to smash my brain with an Afro-fluffy penguin and I try to hit your eyes with a Euro-softie reindeer so this pumpkin girl wouldn't get exactly what she loves in us ;-).

Pumpkin, which half of my brain do you prefer?

Pumpkin said...

Wo hen hao, xiexie ni.

Adam habibi, are you questioning my gender? Oh-La-La!! I swear by all the saints, Mother Teriza et al, the Holy Books, and on my cat’s life that I’m a Libyan female. Highlander knows me; sweetie don’t let our little secret out, ok? And Adam, are you insinuating that I’m trying to instigate a fight between you and the one and only Non-Blogging?


Guys, guys, no fight please. As I’m an only intruder here and this is our sweet Highlander’s blog, I urge her to decide, make up her mind, chose one, and send the reject to me, heh-heh.



Habibi Non-Blogging I Love your left-hemisphere, the language area, I adore your nerve cells in the surface of the cortical and subcortical of your brain hemispheres, I fantasize about your Wernicke’s area, your Broca’s area, oh please don’t get me started…


Hee, I need to go and hit the sack; I’m tired, tired, ah I hate work.

Yours,
Libyan Pumpkin

Maya M said...

Adam, it's good that my husband has no interest in blogging, or I wonder what he would say about the idea of finding an Arab boy for me :).
About choosing a man because of what he thinks and not how he looks - I think the look is also important. As one teacher said, "Girls, be careful when choosing your men! If he's ugly, you'll get used to it, but how will you get used to your kids being ugly?".
Pumpkin has much right about the height. I know happy couples where the wife is taller. However, I also know a couple who were equally tall and this was still OK. But the husband was some 10 years older and his backbone at one moment began to shrink, while his wife still stood tall. His ego suffered, he became ashamed of going out with his wife and finally found another, shorter woman.

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programmer craig said...

Hi Maya :)

"Girls, be careful when choosing your men! If he's ugly, you'll get used to it, but how will you get used to your kids being ugly?".

I never really thought of it that way! :D

Hey, you euro-weenies are short! I though Europeans were supposed to be tall!

And pumpkin is tall! I thoought arab women were supposed to be short! So many pre-conceptions, gone! :O

I'm 5'11" which is... hmmm... about 180cm I guess.

Anyway, back to the topic! I guess it would make me a bit nervous marrying a blogger, unless nobody I knew read blogs - especially hers! Which is pretty much trur I think, although I have been found out by a couple people I know, due to my blog commenting. Nothing embarrassing at least, though, because they weren't people I knew well. I guess it could be pretty bad if friends and family were finding out highly personal information about you from a blog. My take is that teher isn't much upside, unless it so happened that you met your future spouse from a blog, in which case that itself is the upside.

NBA, feel free to particpate, this topic is about marrying a blogger, not about being one yourself :)

Non-Blogging said...

Pumpkin, where are you? Come back here, so we can start a joint blog LOL!

Pumpkin said...

Highlander, sweet pea, what have you started? This can-you-marry-a-blogger trap seems to have caught me. Habibti, I swear, last night I dreamt of a blogger. A Libyan blogger!! Yea, yea. But no, no, it was a halal dream, a kosher dream. No smooching, no canoodling. 100% Kosher, believe me. I was in our old neighbourhood; I was walking through an ally, then entered one of the houses; they were some people; I was feeling a bit nervous and there was Mr. Blogger! And then….I woke up!



Highlader darling, too bad, eh! A Libyan Blogger! No way! Dear, I haven’t forgotten our little summit, where we vowed to boycott all Libyan males, Blogger or non-Bloggers, block their advances, sabotage their plans. I still remember our new motto: Goodbye Libyans, Hello Non-Libyans. Hmm, especially when there are two hot-blooded males on the horizon. A brainy Viking from Finland (am I right non-blogging darling!) and another brainy green-eyed gypsy from the land of Uncle Sam. Yeehah!




Imagine, darling just imagine, a Libyan cutie and a Finish or a Yankee hunk! Hallelujah, hallelujah. Just think of the kiddies sweetie, think of the new breed! Oh, oh, I’m feeling woozy, I need to sit.




Aadaamm, hmm, I like the name Adam; we have it in Libyan. Hmm, I’m sure Mr. Qadafi wouldn’t mind issuing a Libyan passport to our darling Adam. No name change, no hustle. Adam habibi, while in Africa can’t you get your hands on a couple of camels, a cow, and few sheep and goats?! You know, they make an excellent dowry. Get ready man. We, the Libyan cuties, don’t wish to be let down in front of our angry tribesmen.




Non-blogging honey, what is your name? I think you are a hard work. No Libyan passport for you. Though I’m certain that a few reindeers would surely outshine Adam’s emaciated camels and sheep, hehehe. And with a joint blog on the horizon, your stakes are certainly on the increase. Get ready. Or should I get ready?




Craig, Hmm, Kareem! Can I call you Kareem? With such a name I assure you that you can bag not only a Libyan cutie but also a passport. Enticing, eh! Darling welcome to the competition, just promise me no more hibernation, hehehe.



Looks has never been an issue to me; actually I’m always attracted to average-looking guys, geeks, and eccentrics, hehehe. I don’t believe that there is anyone who we can brand him/her as ugly. We all have things we like about ourselves, which we can categorise as beautiful and things we HATE which we can label as not beautiful. But a clever person can enhance the beautiful things and hide/camouflage/ disguise the unattractive things/features in him/her. I swear, with the right haircut and colour, outfit, makeup, etc, ect, you can turn an ugly duckling into a graceful swan. The same goes for the guys, of course minus the makeup, hehe. It is all down to maintenance and confidence. What really maters to me is personality, personality, personality, the rest is plain packaging. (Oh, and the height, I love my heels, I told you.)


Alright, I’m signing off for the rest of the weekend; time to see friends and relax. Have a great weekend everybody.
Salamat
Pumpkin

Adam said...

For Better or For Worse

”Hello Love, sorry I am late. I was…”
“Late? Late?? You call 11:30 pm late? I call it bloody midnight! Do you realize that I have been cooking both of us a nice meal?”
“I am really sorry, but…”
“Sorry sure! So cry me a river! Went to the bar with the guys eh? Enjoyed it right?”
“No I stayed at work and…”
“Work you say? Yesterday you said you haven’t much to do!”
“No I wasn’t actually working I just stayed and did some…”
“Did some work on that new blonde secretary I bet! Fancy her, do you? Why bother coming home at all then!”
“No she wasn’t there. After finishing I just got sort of stuck blogging. That’s all”
“Oh blogging! That’s OK. I did too after dinner. Why didn’t you say so in the first place Sweetie?”

Adam said...

And Pumpkin dearie! I have no idea which blog you have been reading! Whatever gave you the idea that I am American? I am as European as you are Libyan.

Non-Blogging said...

Craig, we Europeans used to be tall but that was long ago. We're getting smaller and smaller due to losing our spines and bowing to all kinds of bad guys, and believe me, with the current trend we'll soon all be gnomes ;-).

Pumpkin, I can guarantee with my hand on my entire bookshelf that Adam is a fellow Euro-softie of mine. Did you read his comments in the other threads here? There's no way an American could ever write such weeny and wimpy stuff as he does ;-).

Do you think the address nonbloggingmisspumpkin.blogspot.com is reserved already? If not, Pumpkin, that'll be ours, with all the wedding and kid photos as well ;-).

Adam said...

But if marrying a blogger seems scary then how 'bout marrying a Star Wars nut?

http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=5490020651450496505

Non-Blogging said...

Pumpkin, check the video. I promise you if such an evil Star Wars nut ever tried to attack you I'd protect you like a knight and save your heels from the harm ;-).

Adam, waiting for your South African photos on your blog! I'm very curious, so please scan them now and make them public.

Highlander said...

Lol everyone you really are interested in this 'hot' topic eh ;) ?

Welcome to the commenting Pumpkin habibti, you say it's raining men and are now causing a mutiny on my blog by taking all the men lol.

Well I can vouch for Adam that he is not only handsome but very nice too :)

I like NBA's brain and humanity , no idea how the guy looks though so you'll have to find out about that if he sends you a photo - he still does not want to send me one ;) hint hint.

I like your list Pumpkin, and yes I prefer a taller guy ( ok OK pls add this to the ever growing Mr. Highlander list )

Adam my friend you should be back from Capetown by now ....it would be too much to learn 'she is pregnant' from her blog true !

Tommy the Angry Libyan guy is actually very funny once you understand him - unfortunately he is only 19 years old so he is disqualified :) what about you by the way ? any chance ? or are you taken ?

I have not seen LW for a while he is probably attending his cousin's wedding in Libya...LW where are you ?

NBA I leave you for a few days and you are already replacing me in your affection ? shame on you ;)

Pumpkin my dear I can't make up my mind so let the best man - erm woman mean I declare it open season on the bloggers and non-bloggers on my blog ;)

Maya you are so articulate and fun and have the craziest ideas at times that people don't associate you immediately with being married, and so want to marry you off Hey if you weren't married I think an Arab guy would have been a good idea ;)
You can tell us how it feels for your husband to be married to a blogger ? ah but I forgot you said he was not interested.
Height is important for me as well I reiterate that !

Programmer_Craig has joined the discussion again. Pray tell us how many people found out about you already ...

Oh boy pumpkin if you start dreaming about bloggers and non-bloggers ;) you are lost
PS what's wrong with smooching and canoodling .. can be fun ;)
Yes we vowed : WE ARE BOYCOTTING Libyan male. And if a great one comes now I will hit him on the head with my shebsheb zanouba to tell him what took him so long - hard luck too late babe ;)

"Just think of the kiddies sweetie, think of the new breed! Oh, oh, I’m feeling woozy, I need to sit. "

My opinion too : half-breeds are gorgeous and even more brainy ...

-goats and camels for dowry - oh no I'm having none of that lol he'll find out soon enough what the dowry will be ... If you can convince NBA to blog even in a joint blog that would be great habibti
Have a great rest of the weekend .

Non-Blogging said...

Highlander,

I like NBA's brain and humanity , no idea how the guy looks though

Ha ha ha, yes you do (to an extent) and so do all readers here who have read my earlier posts carefully enough. You just have to read between the endless lines of rambling and streams of consciousness ;-).

so you'll have to find out about that if he sends you a photo - he still does not want to send me one ;) hint hint.

If I ever become a blogger (I've seriously been thinking about that lately but need more encouragement), I think my blog will have a section where you can buy pictures of me with PayPal ;-).

NBA I leave you for a few days and you are already replacing me in your affection ? shame on you ;)

Sweetie, we're living in fast times. You turn your back on your number one fan for a small eternity and expect him to stay faithful he he? At least I do this openly on your blog ;-).

Oh boy pumpkin if you start dreaming about bloggers and non-bloggers ;) you are lost

Yes, that's very dangerous and Freudian. It's especially dangerous to read blogs just before going to sleep. I've read Highlander's too often late in the evenings and thus had at least two dreams (completely kosher ;-)) of her. I guess I wrote about the first one on this blog already. In the second one I went to Libya to visit her but it turned out she's not Libyan but British LOL.

In Adam's words, Freudians shut up!

By the way, what is a shebsheb zanouba..?

removedalready said...

Gosh, the comments here are hillarious. In fact I can't stop grinning!

Back to the question, Would u marry a blogger? Never could imagine it but things do happen! If u're destined to live together & have enough children to play on a football team, noone will be able to stop you! ;P

programmer craig said...

Hi Highlander :)

Programmer_Craig has joined the discussion again. Pray tell us how many people found out about you already ...

Only 1 that I know of, and two that I suspect from odd looks and strange comments. I guess there aren't as many marine veteran computer programmers who used to be married to Chinese women and are in my age range and are named "Craig" as I thought :O

Oh well. I guess just about anybody who knows me and sees my comments on blogs will recognize my true identity. No worries, I don't think I've ever said anything on a blog that I can't live with.

Why are all these strange guys chasing my dear Highlander now!? And NBA even calls her "sweetie" what's up with that, you euro weenie :P

Highlander and Pumpkin both should be with American guys. But not the crazy ones like LW.

Non-Blogging said...

Programmer_Craig has joined the discussion again. Pray tell us how many people found out about you already ...

Only 1 that I know of, and two that I suspect from odd looks and strange comments. I guess there aren't as many marine veteran computer programmers who used to be married to Chinese women and are in my age range and are named "Craig" as I thought :O


I haven't been found out myself as far as I know but seriously, if someone I knows IRL once sent me an e-mail asking if this Non-Blogging is really you, I wouldn't really care. I'd just admire that person's smartness. I've written a lot of crap in the blogs but who cares anyway - IRL I've written and said even much more (might be hard for all readers here to believe it's possible but yes, it is) ;-). Why I'm not doing this with my real name (like Maya and for example many Jordanian bloggers) is simply because I'm not interested in publicity. Nothing I do or say here is illegal or would lead to problems IRL but I've just no interest for becoming famous even for those 15 minutes.

However, it's extremely disgusting that we already have some cases when a blogger wishing to remain anonymous has been deliberately outed, this Girl with a One Track Mind perhaps the hottest example right now. Well, I do believe in the freedom of speech but that freedom shouldn't be used to outing bloggers, it should be used to drawing all kinds of cartoons ;-).

Heck, if I knew or ever met a blogger myself IRL, I'd never even think about exposing anything about him/her in public space he/she wouldn't like to!

Highlander, how's it with you? As the Mother of All Libyan Bloggers :-), you must be much more identifiable to somebody who knows you but not that you're blogging and randomly pops up on your page! For example because I guess Highlander is not in the Top 10 of typical Libyan names LOL.

Pumpkin said...

Hello Girls & Guys,

Adam, sorry, I don’t know why I thought you were American!! I guess I have a soft spot for Yankees, hehe


Ok, time to get serious, or to hibernate….


Ahhh, sometimes life can be real bitch!!
Ciao ciao
P.

Adam said...

Ah these Yankees!

First they save ours sorry a***s from the Nazis, the Japs and the Russkies, and then they steal our girls!

Non-Blogging said...

Adam, I share your pain. We both almost got married to a new Libyan hottie but she turned out to be a Yankee lover :-(. Can you insult a Euro-softie more than this..?

Actually we should have known better. Even Pumpkin's nick is so influenced by American popular culture, I mean Halloween and Peanuts. I was a Peanuts fan as a kid and remember the poor Charlie Brown waiting in vain for his Great Pumpkin to land on Earth. And now this Libyan Pumpkin has decided to land on American soil LOL.

Adam said...

But we deserve our fate:
"Highlander and Pumpkin both should be with American guys. "

If we had the guts to tell the girls what they should do...
we would have been married a long time ago...

Pumpkin said...

No, Guys, my frustration was not due to the fact that none of you is American; I’m just feeling blue today :( boohoo..tears, tears..
Pumpkin

Libyan Warrior( The King Of Al-Andalaus) said...

LOl. Wow intresting blog. I would not marry a blogger, unless I knew her personally, I would marry a Myspacer though.lol.

Non-Blogging said...

LW, great to see you back here. How's your one-man band doing?

Pumpkin said...

Hellooo! I said I was feeling blue! Tears cascading over my lovely cheeks. Pumpkin is crying!

No one to sing for me, Woman no cry. No, no woman no cry!! Shame on you, shame on you. Where are thee Bob Marley? I wanna join you.


I ain’t coming back here again.
a crying Pumpkin

programmer craig said...

What!? Don't go, Pumpkin!! We're just getting to know you, my dear :)

How can we cheer you up when we know so little about you? Give us a chance, we'll be better :)

Adam said...

Let me sing for you:

Pumpkins are red or are they green?
While some elders ponder
The Children have seen
Others just wonder
Until Halloween

Highlander said...

NBA a shebsheb zanouba :) is the common rubber flip flop

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Flip-flop

the one I'm particularly talking about is the one we used to wear as kids with the daisy flower on top at (Remmember those Pumpkin ?)when grandpa bought me one first time I was so delighted..
Please become a blogger NBA you've the style for it and the talent...

& now you're dreaming of Highlander ? uhoh

Redenclave hi :) the comments have a life of their own, we are talking as you noticed on several posts simultaneously..

Programmer_Craig, I guess you're pretty recognizable ;) now why do you think Libyan hotties should be with American guys ? 'cause you guys are tall ;)maybe ?

NBA so you are the modest type as well , hmm we are discovering a lot of positive characteristics about you.

"Heck, if I knew or ever met a blogger myself IRL, I'd never even think about exposing anything about him/her in public space he/she wouldn't like to!"

Is that a heavy hint to send a poster your way :P
I like that term being the 'mother of all Libyan bloggers'- might use it on the logo ...I would not presume that I am anywhere near being identified ..just your typical Arab Libyan girl lol.

Pumpkin habibti why are you sad ? send an email my way and we can have a summit !and GOSSIP about the guys on this blog ;) a very heavy dose of Libyan gurma and tagti3 we taryish .

Adam ..well fight off the Yanks if you want those women...;)

"If we had the guts to tell the girls what they should do...
we would have been married a long time ago... "

I'm LOL ing here


LW what is the difference between a blogger and a myspacer ?

Programmer_Craig , you too are deserting me now? what's with everybody calling each other dear and sweetie on this blog - hmm I must give you a controversial post again....we're getting lovey dopey :P

Thank you all for making this blog a success and fun as well.

Bethany said...

Maybe. But I have to meet him if I'm considering because the physical counts, too. But by then, I would have appreciated the un-physical and probably head over heels in love. Then, I'm trapped.

removedalready said...

LW
I'm curious as well, what's the difference between a myspacer & a blogger.

It's a bit too personal for me. Maybe I should get rid of some of the pics here! I need to get a new photo album too.

Back to sq 1

Non-Blogging said...

programmer craig said...

What!? Don't go, Pumpkin!! We're just getting to know you, my dear :)

How can we cheer you up when we know so little about you? Give us a chance, we'll be better :)


Is this really written by the Programmer Craig I learnt to know months ago or has somebody stolen his Blogger ID and is writing in his name? Such soft and kind words. If this is really Craig, I think he's been too long exposed to all us Euro-softies and Islamoweenies here ;-). Craig, this is the final warning, take care or you're slowly turning into one of us without even noticing it LOL!

"Heck, if I knew or ever met a blogger myself IRL, I'd never even think about exposing anything about him/her in public space he/she wouldn't like to!"

Is that a heavy hint to send a poster your way :P


Highlander, are you finally receiving my message LOL?

Pumpkin, is your blue day over? Or should we send Highlander money so she can buy you a family pack of cute handkerchiefs for your next Libyan Blogger Gossip Summit?

Adam said...

NB, Craig, guys!

Our Pumpkin is still blue I can tell. She has been lurking around the cliffs of Highlander's Rock, but she is waiting for you guys.

I mean, I sang her a little song, but it is pretty clear that she is waiting for you to do the same. Ain't that so Pumpkin?

programmer craig said...

Hi RedEnclave - don't you dare take down your photos! I love them! I just wish your blog didn't take so long to load :O

NBA, what are you trying to say? I've always been a nice guy on any issue that doesn't involve politics :P

I guess I still need to work on my anger management issues though, eh? I do have a tendency to lose my temper. And I'm pretty inflexible on some issues. Main thing though is that I don't like shades of gray. You europeans seem to live in the gray areas. I'm surprised you guys are able to differentiate between right and wrong at all, the way you see the world. No offense intended by that, I just don't understand people who still hold utopian ideals as adults. It's kind of cute, but very frustrating trying to argue real world issues with you :)

Highlander, no I'm not deserting you! Your blog is my second home! My final cyberspace refuge when the rest of the blogosphere has bevcome too hostile and unfriendly for me to stomach! I'll never desert you :)

Hmmm.... singing, eh? My voice is not so good like that... I can only "sing" while calling cadence. Maybe I'll make a recording of myself singing "yellow bird" and upload it to You Tube for Pumpkins perusal. She should get a laugh or two out of that :O

Non-Blogging said...

Craig, we Euro-softies see things in grey because of all that grey matter in our brains which Pumpkin also fell in love with ;-).

Getting back to the earlier matchmaking topic here, one of the reasons why I like musically talented hotties is that I'm anything but musical myself. That's why I'm glad to leave cheering Pumpkin up to the Adam & Craig duo. (Sounds like Simon & Garfunkel, doesn't it?) I can be the greedy tour manager and fill my pockets from the money you'll earn on your Libyan tour ;-).

And, Craig, no nasty Marine songs in the repertoire, please. The meaning is to cheer Pumpkin up, not make her hit you (and me) with her shebsheb zanouba. I saw Full Metal Jacket and I know ;-).

programmer craig said...

I saw Full Metal Jacket and I know

Great movie! I was still in the Marines when that came out, and they got some parts of it down so well it was eerily realistic. Did they sing "yellow bird" in it? I don't recall! Well, so many great songs to choose from, i'll come up with something I'm sure!

programmer craig said...

The meaning is to cheer Pumpkin up, not make her hit you (and me) with her shebsheb zanouba

I actually had a nightmare similar to that, only it wasn't Pumpkin who was chasing me, it was LouLou from Renderings of Me :(

And then theer was teh weird dream where overweight and gay Ricky Martin in a speedo was chasing me down the beach! And for some reason I was running away instead of punching him in the head.... I guess I was in one of my euro-weenie moods that day :P

I like the imagery of getting smacked witha rubber flip-flop, actually. As long as it's not me, I think I'd be laughing out loud :D

Adam said...

Freudians stay back, stay back :)

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Highlander said...

all these readers have weird dreams about bloggers hmmmm

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