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Feb. 13th, 2006 @ 12:58 am Five Variable Love Test
Current Mood: artisticartistic
Current Music: Johnny Cash - One (U2 cover)
Your Five Variable Love Profile

Propensity for Monogamy:

Your propensity for monogamy is medium.
In general, you prefer to have only one love interest.
But it's hard for you to stay devoted for too long!
There's too much eye candy to keep you from wandering.

Experience Level:

Your experience level is high.
You've loved, lost, and loved again.
You have had a wide range of love experiences.
And when the real thing comes along, you know it!


Your dominance is low.
This doesn't mean you're a doormat, just balanced.
You know a relationship is not about getting your way.
And you love to give your sweetie a lot of freedom.


Your cynicism is low.
You are an eternal optimist when it comes to love and romance.
No matter how many times you've been hurt - you're never bitter.
You believe in one true love, your perfect soulmate.
And if you haven't found true love yet, you know you will soon.


Your independence is low.
This doesn't mean you're dependent in relationships..
It does mean that you don't have any problem sharing your life.
In your opinion, the best part of being in love is being together.
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Feb. 10th, 2006 @ 12:05 am an evening out
Current Mood: drunkbuzzed
Current Music: Spoon - The Beast and Dragon
Oh, Mr. Fresh.

I enjoy you so.

And yet you complicate everything so neatly and succinctly.

"You're a beautiful woman."

Why does it mean something when you say it?

I almost wish it didn't.

But I'm kind of glad it does.

You're not in the right place, and I'm not in the right place.

But damn.

It's there, isn't it?
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Feb. 9th, 2006 @ 03:22 pm incase you were wondering
Current Mood: contemplativecontemplative
Current Music: Dresden Dolls - Girl Anachronism
Othello is a pimp, but alas, also a chump.

It's too bad Iago took him down like that.

But it's ok, because:

A) Iago is a chode

B) Chodes like that always die alone and miserable.

Of course, Othello died alone and miserable, too...

but it's ok, because:

A) At least it was quick. HA!

B) Othello was hotter than Iago, like, 1000%.

C) Othello was still a motherfuckin p-i-m-p.
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Feb. 9th, 2006 @ 12:20 am Fuck off
Current Mood: pissed offpissed off
Current Music: evil music to calm my aching soul
Honestly, sometimes it really boggles my fucking mind how willing people are to talk about situations, cultures, and issues about which they are largely ignorant. It seems that this often happens when they know they have an audience that will agree with them, that is at least as ignorant as they are themselves, that has no interest in having an intelligent discussion, but rather in finding simple answers and getting pissed off about X,Y, or Z.

Sometimes I really wish people would shut the fuck up.
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Feb. 8th, 2006 @ 03:24 am this is a good one
Current Mood: uncomfortableunderslept
Current Music: Gorillaz - Clint Eastwood
"She thinks she is most sane about love when she chooses damning gestures against him, against herself, against them together, against eros the bittersweet, consumed and then spat out in the last stages of their love story."

- Michael Ondaatje, Anil's Ghost
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Feb. 7th, 2006 @ 11:02 pm Self-indulgence... yum
Current Mood: depressedself-indulgently depressive
Current Music: Fiona Apple - Love Ridden
All right then. So I'm depressed; I acknowledge it, I'm working with this here.

Instead of suppressing it and shoving it down and whatever, I'm making some attempt at dealing with it. I feel like the key to this is crying, which is something that I usually can't do without some kind of inspiration from a film or song or something (there are exceptions, but calling up the ex to ask for a good cry seems counterproductive).

So here's the Soundtrack o' Depression thus far (in no particular order - it gets played on shuffle):

Johnny Cash - "Hurt" (NIN cover)
Johnny Cash - "The Mercy Seat" (Nick Cave cover)
Veruca Salt - "Somebody" (Depeche Mode cover)
Fiona Apple - "Love Ridden"
Portishead - "Roads"
Counting Crows - "Time and Time Again"
Counting Crows - "Round Here"
Counting Crows - "A Long December"
Kanye West - "I'll Fly Away"
Nine Inch Nails - "Hurt" (not as good as Johnny's, but still very good)
The Cure - "A Letter to Elise"
The Smiths - "Please, Please, Please Let Me Get What I Want"
Tool - "Sober"
Ani DeFranco - "Untouchable Face"
Radiohead - "No Surprises"
Radiohead - "Fake Plastic Trees"
Radiohead - "Street Spirit (Fade Out)"
U2 - "One"

Any suggestions? A lot of my good, depressing songs are on CD, and I'm not really motivated enough to go through all that.

What do you listen to when you have the inclination to slit your forearms, and you're not completely against the idea?
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Feb. 7th, 2006 @ 08:51 pm Hiya
Current Mood: gigglygiggly
Current Music: Jack Johnson - sitting waiting wishing
Hiya peoples,

welcome to my dairy or journal or blog or ya know whatever u call these things, my first secret confession is that i signed up just so i could play with the emotion icons, hehe cute blue kitties how kewl am i.
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