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21 November 2005 @ 12:29 pm
pococurantism à la Monday  
Things I'd like to do, the Overly Ambitious Web and Writing Mix:

* Write all my unwritten stories
* Send feedback for all the stories I haven't feedbacked
* Rec all the stories I haven't recced
* Answer all the e-mail I've never answered
* Redesign my Web page

Things I probably will do:

* Try to write a story
* Continue to feedback occasionally and semi-randomly
* Continue to rec stories occasionally and semi-randomly
* Stare now and then at my inbox, suffering daggers of guilt and avoidance
* Take angry stabs at redesigning my Web page every few weeks, then give up in frustration

Meanwhile, iamsab invites people to write things, and not in invisible ink.
Anyone who wants to, and that means all of you, should write us a story about the guy Rodney was in love with and didn't sleep with, or, Rodney trying to learn about the gay from books and porn. Or about John being gay and scruffy. Or about John's hand on Rodney's chest. Or whatever.

It's Monday. It's hard to write on Mondays. But we should, because "Mond" in Ancient means "porn" and of course "ay" means "yes." So, Porn? Yes! Pretend I said that in a very convincing tone that rouses armies to cheer and obey.

I slept almost the entire weekend, ate an entire batch of cookies, got a nosebleed, watched SGA, and had really ignoble fantasies about imprisonment, mine-working, rape, and comfort sex, none of which I starred in. And then I slept some more and came to work and ate a Snickers bar, the candy of shame. And now I have to do some work. Or maybe write something about John's hand on Rodney's chest. Or maybe work. *looks around for a coin to flip*
 
 
 
Explicit Adult Content? You're soaking in it!: JF all eyes on youyin_again on November 21st, 2005 10:16 pm (UTC)
But we should, because "Mond" in Ancient means "porn" and of course "ay" means "yes."

I love it when you get all linguistic. *loves it*
Anna S.: cat-adorableeliade on December 12th, 2005 02:46 am (UTC)
Random quote from my word origins dictionary: "Despite its tropical origins, the coconut has a European name."

*has a Monty Python moment*
Herself_nycherself_nyc on November 22nd, 2005 12:52 am (UTC)
God I MUST get on the Rodney/John stick here. I have no idea who they are and yet they obsess you!

Or else I need to hire an enchantress to put a spell on you so you'll write more Michael/Jack.

Why are Snickers shaming? I like Snickers.