at first i was going to say “food” (because i’m effing starving right now) but then realized that there’s a whole livelihood to food that comes from the art of creating, tasting it, etc. and of course the fact that we need it to live.
then i was going to say “my pillows” (lonely much?) but then i realize that my pillows are like my stand in husband. and i treat them as such. they are there for me to cry into, let me hug them, and provide me with much needed support
Went through my xanga (yes, xanga) and found this post.
Thursday, 05 January 2006
Ground Rules: The 1st player of this “game” starts with the topic "What attracts you the most about the opposite sex" list 7 things! And people who get tagged need to write a xanga entry about the TOPIC as well as state this rule clearly. In the end, you need to choose the next five people to be tagged and list their xanga IDs. Don’t forget to leave a comment that says “You got tagged” in their xanga and tell them to read yours.
laura my braces buddy tagged me.
for lack of a better format, i guess i’ll do this the laura way.
the better to see you with, my dear: tall is good. the whole cliche of “tall dark and handsome” comes to mind - but a guy rarely possess all three of those qualities at the same time. what can i say? Gregory and Frank, my arent’ ya’ll sexxxy.
the better to hear you with, my dear:communication is important.i like guys with nice voices - voices that aren’t raspy and bullhornish sounding like mine. a smooth voice that makes anything, regardless of what is being said, sound sexy and suave. if not a voice, then some form of communication that turns me on. some guys just have a way with words. if not words, then through music, or body language, etc. OH and if you can speak another language fluently - either don’t tell me at all - or be super proud about it because i WILL make you speak to me in that language. i love it. when i say another language fluently - i meant that it cannot compromise your ability to speak english very well.
the better to smell you with, my dear: a guy with a distinct scent is good. not a smell that says “why no, i HAVEN’T showered in a year” but something nice. ask anyone (this is pitiful) but i can distinguish certain colognes when i smell them - this from being around my guy friends -but never the less guys who smell good = A+++.
because i have killed the little red riding hood theme we’ll go with… when soul meets body - part a: i was actually discussing this part with peter the other night, but a guy’s manner is critical. this may make NO sense whatsoever to some of you, to others itll be like singing the alphabet. because i have NO life, and am a stalker (no worries, i kid), i notice certain things about people. for example, the way they walk, the way they sit, stand, etc. lame i know but a guy who has a distinguished way of executing his moves is quite intriguing.
from the pinky to the brain:i like em’ smart - books and street. if you’ve one, good for you. if you’ve both, you’re a shoe in. intelligence and sense are very important. every now and then, believe it or not, i actually DO like to pull away from conversations of life is just ‘okay’ and discuss things underneath that proper polite facade our fantastic parents have taught us to wear so well. guys with hott brains = me attracted. mainly because i don’t have one, so i go after the things that i want and others have, etc. the classic child toy phase. of course, no one wants to be consistently reminded what the 205th digit of pi is, so street smarts are important. not in that whole ‘hey look at me i’m a gangster and i go to the rec and try and start fights’ sort of way, but more of having common sense and being able to fit into both academic world and non-academic world. plus if he has intelligence both on and off the street he’s bound to have WIT. if he can make me laugh that’s an even bigger gold star for him. of course, it doesn’t take much to make me laugh.
mirror mirror, on the wall…: okay. we are all ficklehypocrticialshadyshiestyetc. i want a guy who can acknowledge this i’m perfectly okay with a happy medium-for i too, am this love jumble of words. a walking contradiction can have its advantages. a guy who can lure you close to him by his mysterious shyness and then impress and dazzle you with his (as laura stated) bold daring, is quite sexy i must say.
the big DUH: and here ya’ll thought i’d forget. a churchy guy = a happy grace. if he’s devoted to God, he’ll be devoted to everything else around him. this means commitment is gauranteed, unconditional love, perserverance, and all that jazz. additionally, these things just attract me there is MUCH more which keeps me (ie the gentlemenesque qualities every guy should posses)
"If he’s devoted to God, he’ll be devoted to you" even FIVE years ago, i knew this to be true. But why can’t i hold myself to that standard? *Sigh
I need to get back to this. lol. - or submit it to eharmony. LAWLZ
No body ever writes a story about the prince saving the princess out of obligation. They don’t tell us what happens after all the dragon slaying and castle scaling when the prince and princess can just be together and the prince says “I’m not happy.” the price knows he’s supposed to be with a princess because that’s how they were created but the prince suddenly wishes he had another princess in another fairy tale. So what is the princess to do? She waited all her life for this man that was supposed to be the one she could call her own but now must decide if she holds on to the hope that things will get better or if she needs to give up the one she loves so he has a chance to save the other princess he would rather be with?
She gives him up of course. -__- reluctantly. She convinces herself that one of them deserves to have that happily ever after instead of being in a one sided relationship.
And all the while she must cope with the fact that everything she had come to believe about love was all wrong. But she’s lost now and has no where to go no one to turn to. She had become used to seeing the prince as her best friend on their dangerous excursions and now she’s lost him.
So she returns to the tower. Where else will she go? Tormented with questions of whether or not her prince would come back. Probably not. Or if another prince will come get her. And if he does will he be better than the last? Will the second one be THE one? Or was it the first one and had she just missed her chance?
These are the kind of stories Grimm bros needed to have addressed bc there are only so few princes in the world. We can’t all have one apparently.
OOOOOHH! By “I couldn’t find a date,” “It’s too Late,” and “It’s okay ryan’s not going either” you meant “I’d rather talk to you” - Silly me. You’ll have to forgive me for getting those confused with one another because they sound nothing alike.
What a waste since you’ll probably never read this -_-