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From General Discussion / The worst haiku ever written in the WesternWorld thread
Posted 27 Sep 12 01:39
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My name is Ellie
My BFF is Debbie
My haiku is crap



Probably was supposed to rhyme something, but I can't be bothered now.

Ellie

 
From News Discussion / Area man will eat that if you're not going to
Posted 27 Sep 12 00:32
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Yes, it does. RG. Unless of course you're talking about Geometry Man and his family.

Ellie

 
From General Discussion / Not Sure This'll Work
Posted 25 Sep 12 03:50
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I liked it too, thanks for sharing.

Ellie

 
From News Discussion / Area man will eat that if you're not going to
Posted 25 Sep 12 01:04
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This is something that could be in The Onion.

I liked it.

Ellie

 
From Magazine Discussion / Fifty Shades of Beige
Posted 23 Sep 12 02:01
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Liked this one!

Well done.

Ellie

 
From News Discussion / Office of Square Trading crack down on illegal square sales
Posted 23 Sep 12 01:59
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Ha.....Classic!

This made me laugh.

I am curious as to the taxes on hexagons though.

Ellie

 
From General Discussion / Tribute to Radiogagger
Posted 15 Sep 12 10:53
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Radiogagger is a sweet guy. He gives me snippet lessons. I am a bad student though.

Ellie

 
From General Discussion / Spoof FM. WARNING! May Contain Appalling Bad Taste And/Or Lulu.
Posted 15 Sep 12 01:11
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I like everything he does. To answer your question...he's not known for his music. He does it as a hobby. He used to front a band way back when, but really lacked the ego to take it any further.

He writes songs in the same way one would write poetry. To express feelings. I am lucky enough to know the real meaning behind his songs. If you listen to his song Chalk, that was inspired by something I told him. And, really, the whole thing pretty much sums up the past 6 years of my life.

Chalk

Ellie

 
From General Discussion / Spoof FM. WARNING! May Contain Appalling Bad Taste And/Or Lulu.
Posted 14 Sep 12 23:46
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My best friend wrote and recorded this a month ago.

Slivers

Ellie


 
From General Discussion / Getting Right To The Arse Of The Matter.
Posted 12 Sep 12 01:41
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For all of you who don't know, the arse of Texas is actually in Beaumont.

Ellie

 
From General Discussion / Bucket List!
Posted 11 Sep 12 22:38
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Alright, so this is my new and updated bucket list:

The immediate "to do" list would include fixing dinner, walking the dog, monitoring homework, and such...

However, this is a bucket list, so here it is:

Go to Vegas and see some shows. I've never been and almost everyone I know has.

Go to NYC as an adult and also see some shows and museums.

learn how to kayak

take voice lessons

Get back into my artwork and rediscover the joys of painting

Have I mentioned the smutty book I'm writing? Finish that!

Ellie

 
From General Discussion / Bucket List!
Posted 11 Sep 12 16:42
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You know what they say about assumptions Clive?

We might share the same last name....but I am not EL James. Just ask R'Dog. I would have written a much better book.


Bucket list then...

buy new socks
train my dog not to jump
water my yard

keep working on my smut book

be best friends with Maria and Debbie




 
From General Discussion / Getting Right To The Arse Of The Matter.
Posted 11 Sep 12 16:30
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oops....sorry Clive. I didn't read the heart part. Rather I did....but I teach kindergarten all day long and so my brain in mush when I log in at night!

Ellie..

 
From General Discussion / Getting Right To The Arse Of The Matter.
Posted 11 Sep 12 02:48
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Call me Arse - Carly Rae Jepson

Die in your Arse - Justin Beiber

Turn to Arse - Justin Bieber

Arse Bound - Eminem

and now some Christmas cheer -
What Arse is This?

Arse Christmas

And now from the 70s:
Raindrops keep falling on my Arse - BJ Thomas

Love on a Two-Way Arse - The MOments

The Long and Winding Arse - The Beatles

Hey there Lonely Arse - Eddie Holmon

Didn't I (Blow your Arse This time) - The Delphonics



**my apologies if I've repeated one from someone.

Ellie

 
From General Discussion / Bucket List!
Posted 10 Sep 12 22:48
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1. To work on Debbie's sitcom writing team.

2. skydiving

3. go shopping with Debbie, since I suck at it

4. learn the guitar

5. write a smutty novel


Ellie

 
From General Discussion / What do you bring to a party?
Posted 5 Sep 12 02:55
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But that's it....just normal clothes. Plus my hair in buns that look like pastries.

Ellie

 
From General Discussion / What do you bring to a party?
Posted 4 Sep 12 23:52
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My Princess Leia hair buns.

Ellie

 
From General Discussion / Brief Moments Of Outstanding Beauty
Posted 4 Sep 12 03:01
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Yes. It really does put things into perspective. Thanks for sharing.

Ellie

 
From General Discussion / Philandering with grace!
Posted 2 Sep 12 15:22
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Quote: Maria Rios

I wonder if statistically, women forgive men far more than men forgive women?


I was cheated on and I walked away. Not because I couldn't forgive him, but because it made me see the whole relationship differently. I realized that there really wasn't anything to save.

If we had been married or there was a child involved and I knew deep down he still was in love and all that, it would be different. It would be hard to forgive but eventually I would. I think. I've never been in that situation. I hope I never am.

Every situation is different, but I've heard lots of men say, "If my wife did that to me, I'd never forgive her." Who knows? I think it all depends on the people involved.

Ellie

 
From General Discussion / Rewriting the Past!
Posted 2 Sep 12 15:13
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I got over my ex by writing an erotic story with the man being a hundred times better in bed than he was.

But, in the end, he was not the guy for me. And when we broke up, in a few weeks time I was a happier, more complete person. I was no longer feeling guilty about pretending to love someone I didn't love. While it stung at the time, and his final words cut deeply, I'm better off. And so is he. And I do hope he's found happiness with someone.

He and I would have been better off being friends. There are still things, 4 years later, I wish I could have his help with. Conversations I miss having with him. If we had been friends then we could at least still have that. But he and I never really were friends. We were just two people who found each other attractive, had a few things in common, and before I knew it I was in a serious relationship with someone who was fundamentally different than I am.

Ellie

 
From General Discussion / Rewriting the Past!
Posted 2 Sep 12 13:31
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Maria...

When I met my ex, I thought he was very sweet and a great dad to his teenage girls. One time he was feeling down and I was trying to cheer him up so I told him all his great qualities. I could only think of 4 things and when you love someone it should be more and should come easier to think of them. That should have been an eye opener but it wasn't. But I do think that in the beginning you just look at things with rose colored glasses.

With my best friend I could list his faults but then I could list tens of great things about him for just one fault. I could never do that with my ex. And it's probably why when we ended things I thought he was an ass.

Ellie

 
From General Discussion / What do you bring to a relationship?
Posted 2 Sep 12 02:42
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Quote: Jean Le Fete

Nothing from Nothing



You're bringing Billy Preston? I guess that's what hillbillies bring?

Ellie

 
From General Discussion / What do you bring to a relationship?
Posted 2 Sep 12 01:50
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I bring mean culinary skills. I also bring a dog. I also wear a lot of pink. So, I guess I bring pink as well.

I also bring 36Cs which, no matter how hard Debbie tries, she just can't.

Ellie

 
From General Discussion / Philandering with grace!
Posted 2 Sep 12 01:41
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No....I wouldn't look away for the sake of the kids. If it's something, I guess, that could be fixed through counseling, that would be my first step. It would all depend on the circumstances I suppose.

I've been cheated on, and it hurts. I was out the door so fast it made his head spin. That was a long time ago though. Long before I had a child.

While I don't have a partner now. I'm happy with life and I love I have my best friend who I love. I wouldn't trade him for anything.

Ellie

 
From General Discussion / Travel
Posted 2 Sep 12 00:55
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Cuernavaca, Mexico - about 20 years ago before the whole drug trade got scary and dangerous

Taxco, Mexico - a lovely smaller town an hour or so away from Cuernavaca

Guanajuato, Mexico - one of the coolest places I've ever been to

Victoria, BC, Canada - I would live there if I could

Grand Canyon - words cannot describe how amazing it is

Austin, Texas - no cooler town in Texas that Austin!

Ellie



 
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