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06 December 2003 @ 02:30 pm
chicks: slaves to the mighty hormone  
Evidence that this time of month is Special:

1. When I watched the "Lady Marmalade" vid off the Vividcon tape last night, I cried. No, I mean, I *cried* the *entire* way through the vid, chest-crushing, nearly hysterical sobs. Those of you who've seen this vid already will be backing away slowly and nervously now.

2. I've been back in the Riley/Spike zone for the last few days. Souled Spike is miserable with remorse and self-loathing and so pathetically grateful for Riley's attention that he keeps butting up against him, crying and trembling like a puppy. I made myself cry thinking about it.

3. The Sallie Mae phone menu enraged me to the point of hand shaking and solitary screaming just now. I nearly broke the phone as I slammed it down repeatedly after being disconnected for the second time. If I'd actually reached a human being, I probably would have told them to go kill themselves for the pure shame of working for Absolute Evil. It should be noted that I'm actually *in* customer service and know how it feels to be on the receiving end of insanity. However.

I am scary right now. Are you scary? Please share.
 
 
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Brassy Hag: evilmiggy on December 6th, 2003 02:45 pm (UTC)
I am scary right now. Are you scary? Please share.

I'm working on hurt/comfort involving the same person from two realities.
Anna S.: crazy_chickeneliade on December 6th, 2003 02:46 pm (UTC)
I love you.

*slumps into your evil hamster arms*

Or are you a gerbil?
(no subject) - miggy on December 6th, 2003 02:48 pm (UTC) (Expand)
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obsessedmuch on December 6th, 2003 02:49 pm (UTC)
I'm only scary in that same old obsessive way I've always been. Of course the fact that I actually made a wibbley sound at the thought of you writing more Spike/Riley is sort of frightening.
Anna S.: amber_sereneeliade on December 6th, 2003 03:09 pm (UTC)
I'm not actually writing it, but I posted my fantasy sketch in Green's comment above. ;)
(no subject) - obsessedmuch on December 6th, 2003 03:15 pm (UTC) (Expand)
xanphibian on December 6th, 2003 02:56 pm (UTC)
I, like Lar, also made a wibbley sound. I am ... wibbley at the thought of your fic. Very, very wibbley.

Whee! Look how often I can say the word of the day! Wibble wibble wibbley!

I am *always* scary, just in a totally different way.
Bright!  And shiny!: BenXandercalendae on December 6th, 2003 03:00 pm (UTC)
Scary, yes, because I have cried at both Elf and Legally Blonde in the past week. Shut up. They're moving. And I had a dream that I put a poll up on my journal about whether or not to have a Xanderfic challenge and that I couldn't sleep because I was nervous about it. Surprise, surprise, I woke up tired.

Now excuse me while I eat an entire basket of german candy won at a company holiday party.
Anna S.: lex_scotcheliade on December 6th, 2003 03:11 pm (UTC)
Scary, yes, because I have cried at both Elf and Legally Blonde in the past week. Shut up. They're moving.

Hee.

*loves on you*

Now excuse me while I eat an entire basket of german candy won at a company holiday party.

I will be over here trying not to drink before eight p.m. and wasting my day anyway. And on that note: it's 3:00 o'clock already! ARGHHH!
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vi, miss vylit if you're nasty: snoopypez - don't taunt the demonvylit on December 6th, 2003 03:00 pm (UTC)
I posted something onto BBS, and I refreshed over 20 times waiting for it to show up. I was so irritated when it didn't that I was ready to throw my mouse at the wall. Then I remembered how much it cost.

/me makes no sudden movements while in your LJ ;)
Anna S.: scary_girleliade on December 6th, 2003 03:13 pm (UTC)
Oh dear god, the reclick rate I achieve sometimes when obsessively checking my mail and friends list is fucking scary.

Your icon *rocks*. I love Jason Lee, and he was wonderfully evil in that role.
(no subject) - vylit on December 6th, 2003 03:27 pm (UTC) (Expand)
Minim Calibreminim_calibre on December 6th, 2003 03:11 pm (UTC)
I am scary. Okay, I am less scary than I was two days ago, when I was strongly desiring to rip out the hearts of my relatives and feed them to the dogs (I don't have dogs, so I'm not sure where I was planning on finding them), and could only be calmed with the liberal application of Knob Creek and Feminax. Now I'm just cranky. Alternating with maudlin. And feeling an urge to write Buffy/Angel futurefic in a world where Spike has turned human and possibly become a monk with Oz. I'm not too clear on the last part. They could be florists.
Anna S.: kandinskyeliade on December 6th, 2003 03:15 pm (UTC)
I am scary. Okay, I am less scary than I was two days ago, when I was strongly desiring to rip out the hearts of my relatives and feed them to the dogs (I don't have dogs, so I'm not sure where I was planning on finding them),

Stray dogs. Even better.

and could only be calmed with the liberal application of Knob Creek and Feminax.

I don't know what these are but am guessing booze and drugs. Yay!

And feeling an urge to write Buffy/Angel futurefic in a world where Spike has turned human and possibly become a monk with Oz.

That sounds awesome! I'm not kidding.

I'm not too clear on the last part. They could be florists.

Florists and assassins? (You get that, right? *g*)
(no subject) - minim_calibre on December 6th, 2003 03:19 pm (UTC) (Expand)
Angel: sookievalarltd on December 6th, 2003 03:12 pm (UTC)
I may replace Willie Scott's NaNoWriMo caption with "Slave of the mighty hormone!" If you don't mind?

I'm scary in that I spent the day obsessively cleaning: laundry, dishes, walls, under the couch. Plus grocery shopping, crochet and present wrapping.

I just finished the PMS, AmazonWarBitchFromHell mode. Top it off with dress-rehearsal and performances of the kids' play, I was scary all week.

The kids put the Christmas tree up. There's chocolate in the fridge, I got laid, and I found out I can indeeed do what I want to do with my next vid. And I have 5 lbs of sweet potatoes baking for dinner. I'm a very mellow little sooky.

Not even Bunny having the flu (the real thing) can faze me. Not even the prospect that I have no working shower is getting under my skin. It's sponge baths in the sink until the plumber comes back Monday.
Anna S.: kandinskyeliade on December 6th, 2003 03:19 pm (UTC)
I may replace Willie Scott's NaNoWriMo caption with "Slave of the mighty hormone!" If you don't mind?

Go for it. *g*

I'm scary in that I spent the day obsessively cleaning: laundry, dishes, walls, under the couch.

I on the other hand looked around this morning and realized I was in one of those troughs where my laundry never gets folded or makes it to the closet for months at a time--it just gets yanked from the washer and dumped on my desk, where I root around for socks and underwear every morning. Well, at least it's clean. (There is however another not-clean pile by the hamper. I can turn my head from where I sit and see it shifting, pulsing, growing, glaring at me....)

I'm a very mellow little sooky.

Love this! "Mellow little sooky"--is this a pet name of yours, or is "sooky" a regional term I've never heard?
(no subject) - valarltd on December 6th, 2003 03:24 pm (UTC) (Expand)
Barbrahirah on December 6th, 2003 03:15 pm (UTC)
I am never scary. But I did move a clothesline this morning. That has to count for something.
Anna S.: scary_girleliade on December 6th, 2003 03:21 pm (UTC)
Did you move it with the power of your mind? Because otherwise, no.

*grin*
yonmei on December 6th, 2003 03:43 pm (UTC)
I've been back in the Riley/Spike zone for the last few days. Souled Spike is miserable with remorse and self-loathing and so pathetically grateful for Riley's attention that he keeps butting up against him, crying and trembling like a puppy. I made myself cry thinking about it.

Mmmm. I love women with kinky fantasies about men in tears.

I am scary right now. Are you scary? Please share.

I am always scary. So they tell me. I smile and point out that I am perfectly harmless, and they nod, carefully standing very still and not quite meeting my eyes, and murmur that perhaps I just give the impression of being scary rather well to people who don't really know me. I smile and repeat that I am actually a harmless fluffy bunny of a person. They nod, looking worried, and say nothing more about my being scary.

I am never scary.
poisoninjest: you self-righteous fuckspoisoninjest on December 6th, 2003 05:09 pm (UTC)
Are you scary? Please share.

Only medium-scary at the moment, but I can relate as last year when I was hormonal and stressed I sobbed like a baby through Monsters Inc. My boyfriend was rather perplexed as we left the theater. "But it's supposed to be a comedy." *g*
in search of a clever byline10zlaine on December 6th, 2003 07:05 pm (UTC)
Are you scary?

yes I are, in my sloth. Coincidentally I've just now read the latest Noir. Precisely while reading, it did occur to me it's no wonder you are scared of {insert whatever}, because anyone who can write that kind-o-stuff is scary. Like, in an absolutely breathtaking and exhilirating way scary.

You cause happy dances. Angel poncing around as Vamp Man! George and Bess! Every paragraphic box of words bearing sekrit toy surprises!

Scary is good, as she once suggested.

ellen_fremedon on December 6th, 2003 10:33 pm (UTC)
I am scary. I am both premenstrual and drunk. And before all the mulled wine caught up with me, I was flirting for all I'm worth (which ain't much, admittedly) with a grad student who looks and sounds rather a lot like Riley Finn. Only smarter.

I want to read that story you're not writing.

I also wish I'd paced my mulled wine consumption more slowly, so that I could have stayed at the party longer and flirted with the Riley-clone more. Because, mmmmmmmmm, Riley-clone.
Romany: louise brooksromanyg on December 7th, 2003 03:19 am (UTC)
I am scary right now. Are you scary? Please share.

Me? I'm always scary. People excuse me this because I'm a natural redhead. And I have, on the odd occasion, proved it. Before that, when my perpetually bleached hair featured the color of the week? Mohawk or spikes or leopard spots? Dog collar and steel-toe Docs? Scary? Well, I did have an image to maintain... *g*

Now I'm just a housewife who placed a head-high heel kick into the linen closet door. Left a 3-inch gash through it. Really. I won a fight against a door. Yay me.

My husband says, "You're going to fix that, right?"

I reply, grinning, "You gonna make me?"

And then I watch my Angel s1 DVD's again. In French. I love French Cordelia, she cracks me up. French Angel is oh so manly. And Wesley has a British accent in French. Voice actors, you gotta love'em. My monolingual husband runs screaming from the room. Yeah, I'm scary.

Spike/Riley? Hell, yeah! Fanpornfic writers pair him with all the other guys who beat on him in canon *cough*Xander*cough*Angel*cough*. Why not give Riley a turn?
(Anonymous) on December 7th, 2003 03:56 am (UTC)
Scary
I am told I am scary - I have seen men cross the street rather than walk past me when I had my Mohican - and I'm getting scarier, having taken up fencing, so I now have a sword and will soon need a weapons chest!
However, I only attack people who are bigger or more numerous than me.
And I tell cold-callers to get lost (oooh)
I have taken to watching Buffy DVDs in French for variety - the series is much more serious in French, as not all the jokes get translated, and everything seems to be given a darker twist in translation. I wonder whether JW checked the translated versions.
LC
okoge on December 9th, 2003 07:22 pm (UTC)
i win!
i got teary-eyed watching the Monster Rancher 4 preview.

^_^'