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19 January 2005 @ 06:30 pm
apparently I have a thing...maybe.  
I've noticed this before but paid it no great mind--I don't identify it as a kink or anything, but it could be: apparently I like enemy pairings, where enemies (or nominal enemies) become lovers:


But the exceptions to that balance out pretty closely:


So I guess I don't have a thing. As when I tried to figure out the common denominator in my BSOs, I think I have to conclude there is none. Except that they're mostly slash of course.

I stayed home sick today; after four extra hours of sleep I felt much better. Tomorrow I have to do two full days of customer service training--it's really just a pilot program that I'm sitting in on so that I can give the course instructor feedback, but I think it'll be a nice break. I wonder if there'll be Very Important E-mail waiting for me when I go in tomorrow. I've managed to avoid thoughts of that all day.

For some reason I have out on my desk The Encyclopedia of Unusual Sex Practices. Did you know that genuphallation is the act of rubbing the penis between a partner's knees? I bet Mulder would know that.
"Smokin' hot.": boys mickeymwithout_me on January 20th, 2005 02:41 am (UTC)
Mulder would know it and be able to recite chapter and verse regarding cultures in which it was prevalent, physiological benefits (and drawbacks), and a variety of related psychological issues.

God love 'im.
AynAtonal: ecstaticaynatonal on January 20th, 2005 02:53 am (UTC)
Oh! Same root as genuflection. God, I love language.
Angelvalarltd on January 20th, 2005 02:53 am (UTC)
Where are you finding Gerard/Kimball?

I saw one, and it was mostly a 2 AM drunken phone call.
Anna S.: hepburn_kjveliade on January 20th, 2005 03:47 am (UTC)
There was a Yuletide story:

Let That Be a Lesson

There's also at least one good zine out there somewhere, though I haven't seen it in years.
ravurian: prettyravurian on January 20th, 2005 11:18 am (UTC)

Heh. You know I'm going to keep pointing at the Brit/pseudo-Brit thing now that I've got it in my head. Not that, like, y'know, Brits have the monopoly on anything, but... Spike, Norrington, Draco, Snape, Lex, Simon, Blair, Daniel, Fraser, Simon, Sam. I think Harry would have to read as pseudo-American. Hmmm. Maybe the pseudo-Brit thing has something to do with a brand of snark? Gah. I should stop mentioning it until I figure out what I mean. I am going to laugh at myself and retreat to a corner. Possibly to rock.