Thursday, September 28, 2006

Almost Screwed THAT Up, HNT

Yep, I'm a crack smoker...

For those of you quick enough, you may have noticed that I had this posted for about a half a second yesterday until the faboulous Os brought it to my attention that it was, in fact, Wednesday, not Thursday. My brain is obviously somewhere else these days (NO, I'm NOT telling you where).

So here's the HNT, on the appropriate day. Notice the fake-bake tan. Going someplace warm soon, where tan lines are frowned upon, so...

Saving the planet to resume shortly! Happy HNT, everyone!



p.s. 9 more daze!

Wednesday, September 27, 2006

Friends Around the World - Asia, Australia & New Zealand

Hello, all! It's time to list the cities from my readers in Asia, Australia and New Zealand. Who knew I had so many new friends in the great land of Oz? I was actually shocked when I started putting the list together.

So, write to me, boys and girls. Tell me who you are and about your life. Can't wait to hear from you!

Australia, Albion, Victoria

Australia, Bankstown, New South Wales

Australia, Bedford Park, South Australia

Australia, Blackmans Point, New South Wales

Australia, Brisbane, Queensland

Australia, Burwood, New South Wales

Australia, Camberwell, Victoria

Australia, Canberra, Australian Capital Territory

Australia, Derrimut, Victoria

Australia, Emu Plains, New South Wales

Australia, Glenroy, Victoria

Australia, Greenwich, New South Wales

Australia, Hobart, Tasmania

Australia, Launceston, Tasmania

Australia, Leichhardt, New South Wales

Australia, Melbourne, Victoria

Australia, Merrylands, New South Wales

Australia, Midgeton, Queensland

Australia, Millthorpe, New South Wales

Australia, Mortlake, New South Wales

Australia, Newmarket, Queensland

Australia, Oxford Park, Queensland

Australia, Pampas, Queensland

Australia, Perth, Western Australia

Australia, Regents Park, New South Wales

Australia, Ryde, New South Wales

Australia, Sturt, South Australia

Australia, Sydney, New South Wales

Australia, Wantirna, Victoria

Australia, Woronora Dam, New South Wales

Australia, Yargullen, Queensland

China, Shanghai

China, Wuhan, Hubei

Hong Kong, Central District

Hong Kong, Kings Park

Hong Kong, Shouson Hill

Hong Kong, Wan Chai

India, Bangalore, Karnataka

India, Bombay, Maharashtra

India, Madras, Tamil Nadu

Japan, Chiba

Japan, Okinawa

Japan, Yokohama, Kanagawa

Malaysia, Serdang Lama, Negeri Sembilan

New Zealand, Auckland

New Zealand, Christchurch

Philippines, Bel-Air Four, Rizal

Philippines, Makati, Rizal

Philippines, Muntinlupa City, Rizal

Philippines, Quezon, Nueva Ecija

Taiwan, Taipei, T'ai-pei



p.s. Ten more daze!

Tuesday, September 26, 2006

A Public Service Announcement

I know I was supposed to continue my quest for world peace today by asking my readers from Asia, Australia and New Zealand to write to me, but that has to be put off until tomorrow.

I was thinking about the state of my blog today, and how I haven't written about anything fun lately like blow jobs or G spots. Now, don't get too excited, 'cuz I'm not writing about that today, but leave it to my good friend Moxie over at Sex and Moxie to help me out. It seems that her wonderful company would like to offer all you lovely people some classes on how to get busy in the bedroom...FOR FREE, but only for the first five people who RSVP! So check out the info below and sign up to learn how to get your freak on.

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I know this lady, people, and let me tell you, you won't be disappointed. So hurry up and sign up now!

My quest for world peace will resume tomorrow.



Monday, September 25, 2006

Friends Around the World - The UK, Africa and The Middle East

I was so surprised at the response I received from my readers in Europe, that I can't wait to hear what the rest of you around the world have to say. I'm making my way around the world, a small block at a time. Tomorrow, I'll post countries and cities in Asia, Australia and New Zealand.

Please, if you see your town, write to me and tell me about yourself. This has been a lot of fun so far, and I'm so excited to hear from you. So, without further ado, here's The UK, Africa and The Middle East...

Egypt, As Sakakini, Al Qahirah
Iran, Islamic Republic of, Sina, Bushehr
Ireland, Dublin
Saudi Arabia, Riyadh, Ar Riyad
South Africa, Cape Town, Western Cape
United Arab Emirates, Dubai, Dubayy
United Kingdom, Billinghay, Norfolk
United Kingdom, Birmingham
United Kingdom, Brighton, Birmingham
United Kingdom, Broadway, Somerset
United Kingdom, Buxton, Stockport
United Kingdom, Cardiff
United Kingdom, Chelmsford, Essex
United Kingdom, Douglas, Fife
United Kingdom, Falkirk
United Kingdom, Farrington Gurney, Bath
United Kingdom, Harrogate, Leeds
United Kingdom, Hertford
United Kingdom, Heswall, Clwyd
United Kingdom, London, Lambeth
United Kingdom, Ludlow, Gloucestershire
United Kingdom, Martin, Lincolnshire
United Kingdom, Matlock, Derbyshire
United Kingdom, Milton Keynes
United Kingdom, Nantwich, Stoke-on-Trent
United Kingdom, Newbury, West Berkshire
United Kingdom, Nottingham
United Kingdom, Oxford, Oxfordshire
United Kingdom, Sale, Trafford
United Kingdom, Solihull
United Kingdom, Stevenage, Norfolk
United Kingdom, Stourbridge, Dudley
United Kingdom, Warwick, Warwickshire
United Kingdom, Watford, Slough

Thank you, again, to everyone who has written in so far. I'm looking forward to building a friendship with each and every one of you.



Saturday, September 23, 2006

Now You See It, Now You Don't

There's some odd people out there. That's all I'm sayin'.


p.s. 13 daze!!!

Friday, September 22, 2006

I'm HUGE in Germany...

I'm endlessly fascinated with my Sitemeter. I love the information it provides, such as who is currently reading, who links to me and of course, the IP addresses of the filthy pervs who find me through Googling disgusting search words. But by far, my favorite part is my ability to see the cities and countries in which people are viewing my site.

Being the curious fairy that I am, I've decided to start a little project. Over the next couple weeks, I'll be listing the names of cities and countries all over the world that have, at some point, come to my little slice of the net. What I hope is that some of you will recognize your town and write to me at the linked email address on my sidebar. I want to know all about you. Tell me about yourselves...who you are, what you do, whom you love, your dreams, your values and your beliefs. Tell me what you love about where you're from, and what you'd like to see change. Send me a picture if you'd like. If you're a blogger, let me know and I'll link to you. In the end, this is a very small world, and I'd like to meet as many of you as I can.

What I'd eventually like to see happen (though I haven't worked out all the pesky details, yet) is to create a site where all of my new friends from all over the world can come and share their thoughts and ideas with one another. Everyone has room in their life for one more friend, don't you think?

Now, keep in mind that I've copied and pasted these cities straight out of Sitemeter, so there may be a few misspellings, and I've only posted the places that have popped up more than once. That's the only way I can tell for certain that you've come to my blog on purpose.

So, let's begin with EUROPE:

Austria, Graz, Steiermark

Belgium, Drogenbos, Brabant

Belgium, Limbourg, Liege

Bulgaria, Parchevich, Plovdiv

Czech Republic, Kladno, Stredocesky Kraj

Denmark, lborg, Nordjylland

Estonia, Tallinn, Harjumaa

Finland, Ilmoissilta, Southern Finland

Finland, Turku, Western Finland

France, Cesson-Svign, Bretagne

France, Gagny, Ile-de-France

France, Issoire, Auvergne

France, Levallois-Perret, Ile-de-France

France, Montpellier, Languedoc-Roussillon

France, Ris-Orangis, Ile-de-France

France, Rouen, Haute-Normandie

France, Vanves, Ile-de-France

Germany , Beverbruch, Niedersachsen

Germany , Wrzburg, Bayern

Germany, Bonn, Nordrhein-Westfalen

Germany, Frankfurt Am Main, Hessen

Germany, Koeln, Nordrhein-Westfale

Germany, Muenchen, Bayern

Germany, Zepernick, Brandenburg

Germany,Fellbach, Baden-Wurttemberg

Greece, Sna, Lakonia

Italy, Monserrato, Sardegna

Netherlands, Amersfoort, Utrecht

Netherlands, Hoofddorp, Noord-Holland

Netherlands, Nijmegen, Gelderland

Norway, Bod, Nordland

Norway, Konglungen, Akershus

Norway, Lian, Sor-Trondelag

Portugal, So Domingos De Rana, Lisboa

Spain, Ministerio, Aragon

Sweden, Nacka, Vasternorrlands Lan

Sweden, Solna, Kalmar Lan

Switzerland, Arconciel, Fribourg

Switzerland, Farvagny-le-Grand, Fribourg

Switzerland, Mnchenbuchsee, Bern

Switzerland, Morges, Vaud

Switzerland, Murten, Neuchatel

Switzerland, Noraz, Fribourg

Switzerland, Orsonnens, Fribourg

Switzerland, Zrich, Zurich

Monday: The UK, Africa and the Middle East.

Have a wonderful weekend everyone!



p.s. 15 more daze and counting...

Thursday, September 21, 2006

Ok, But Only Because You Asked So Nicely

I never could handle peer pressure. Have at it.

Happy HNT, my friends!



P.S. 16 more daze and counting. I know most of you won't understand this. But someone will.

Wednesday, September 20, 2006

Busy, Busy, Busy

I'm on a shoot in the late afternoon through this evening. I'll try, but I can't guarantee I'll have time to come up with anything for HNT tomorrow. After a full week of pictures last week, I'm sure you'll all survive!



Tuesday, September 19, 2006

Is It Just Me...

...Or does anyone else have miserable sinus problems right now? My head feels like it's going to explode from all the pressure built up inside it, and it seems as though someone is stabbing me behind my eyeballs. My ears are so plugged up that I feel like I'm cruising at 33,000 feet. My face and neck hurt, even to the touch, and I now look like Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer from constantly blowing my nose. That's attractive, eh?

I've always had allergy & sinus problems, but this is ridiculous. I'm wondering if there's something floating around out there in the air that has me this stuffed up. Is anyone else in the Midwest having these issues, and if so, what are you taking to fix it? Nothing is working for me so far.

Off to take a long, steamy shower and get some rest. Sweet dreams, everyone.


Stuffy Trixie

Monday, September 18, 2006

A Letter to Howard Schultz

Howard Schultz, President & CEO
Starbucks Corporation

September 18, 2006

Dear Sir:

I write to you today not as a customer, but as a woman in need of help. I have nowhere else to turn. You're my last hope. Please, I beg you, remove the crack cocaine-like ingredient from your coffee products immediately. I'm a junkie, and I just can't say no.

Every day, sometimes twice a day, I find myself in front of your baristas, without knowing how I got there, buying another Venti Iced Non-Fat Vanilla Latte. At five bucks a pop, that's more than the cost of a single dose of rock. I know. I looked it up.

Halfway through my day, I start shaking, twitching and speaking in tongues. I have to leave work and drive straight to your store or I start getting headaches and the cold sweats. Fortunately, everyone else in my office is addicted as well, or I'd be severely close to losing my job.

Now I hear that you plan to open even MORE locations in Chicago. You're already on every street corner and in every strip mall. What's next? A Starbucks counter in the spa where I get my bikini wax? It's bad enough I have to wait in line behind Gucci-clad soccer moms to feed my addiction now.

Please, Mr. Schultz, I'm begging you. Only you have the power to stop the madness. Can't you just sell normal coffee, like, say, Dunkin Donuts or Intelligentsia? I pray for that day.



Thursday, September 14, 2006

Cheer Up the Dump - Half Nekkid Week, Finale

Well, it's been a fun week, folks, but all good things must come to an end. Dan, I've had so many emails from people telling me about how much they enjoyed your blog, and how you'll be terribly missed. I can only hope that this past week has been a happier one for you, that these ladies and I have helped to put a smile on your face, and that some day soon you'll decide to return to our little blog community. It just won't be the same without you.

So here's your last picture, a pose per your request. Take care of yourself, stay in touch, and remember that there are those of us out there who can't wait for you to come back to us.

The rest of the lovely ladies are in a post directly below. Silly Blogger. It will only allow me to put up five pictures per post.



Cheer Up the Dump - Finale, Additional Pics

The wonderful Fab...

Beth, the non-blogger whom everyone's fallen in love with...

The stunning Ms. Smartypants...

The lovely Hoopla...

And finally, another non-blogger, the fabulous Reese, with some serious ink!

A very big thanks to all the beautiful women who have written in this week and supported the cause. You've made me smile, you've made my readers smile, and most of all, you've (hopefully) made Dan smile. What do you say, Daniel? How'd they do? Are you grinning yet?

All my love,


Wednesday, September 13, 2006

Cheer Up the Dump - Half Nekkid Week, Day 7

Well, boys and girls, we've got one more day to go of Half Nekkid Week. I'm almost sad to see it end. So, ladies, let's end it with a bang! Send me as many pictures as you can! One last push to make Dan grin. Oh, and Daniel, I haven't heard from you've got until tomorrow to let me know what final pose you'd like to see. Don't make me choose. This is, after all, all about you! And now, on with the show.

Me, in the tightest damned dress I own...

And one of my new favorite people and a total team player, the Kitty...

Alright, ladies. Now is not the time to be shy. Send in those sexy pictures!



p.s. Yes, I'm aware that one week is equal to seven days.

Tuesday, September 12, 2006

Cheer Up the Dump - Half Nekkid Week, Day 6

Boy, am I happy today! Three, count 'em, THREE ladies have decided to help me cheer up Dan. I was beginning to think I was going to have to see this through on my own. Thanks to you, Os, for the second mention. Muchas gracias, Amigo. So, without further ado, let the half nekkidness/cheering up of Daniel begin!

Fuzzy, but it'll do, I think. Another one of me...

Our second non-blogger, and holy-hell is she sexy, Beth...

Ms. Hoopla, from the Great White North, and her adorable tummy...

And here's Miss Felicity in her third appearance...

Alright, kids. Two more days to go, and I've decided to let Dan choose the final "pose" he'd like to see. So, what's it gonna be, kid?



Monday, September 11, 2006

Cheer Up the Dump - Half Nekkid Week, Day 5

I'm tired, and I need some sleep, so this will be short and sweet. Hope you all had a wonderful weekend, and especially you, Dan! Ladies, there's still a few days to go & I need more pics, so send them in!

Sweet dreams, everyone.



Sunday, September 10, 2006

Cheer Up the Dump - Half Nekkid Week, Day 4

We're combining two milestones today, my friends. First, we're half-way through Half Nekkid Week, and second, this is my 200th post. What a great day!

Again, this is posting early because my services are required at the bar all night. I'm sure you're all so very upset about having to look at half naked women earlier than you'd expected. I know you'll find a way to get through it, though. I have faith in you, dear readers.

So here's me, getting ready for work...

Another amazing picture from the Kitty...

From Amy, a lovely reader & first non-blogger to post a picture...

And one more from the fabulous Felicity!

Thanks to all who have submitted thus far. I can't tell you how much I appreciate it. We still have four more days to go, though, girls, so keep sending them in. Dan needs our support!



Saturday, September 09, 2006

Cheer Up the Dump - Half Nekkid Week, Day 3

I'm posting my Saturday pics a little early, and since I'll be working at the bar all weekend, I'll be posting the Sunday ones late tomorrow afternoon. Have a great weekend everyone! Oh, and Dan, are you smiling yet? Maybe just a little? Let's see if these do the trick...

Me, in my favorite men's shirt...

And TWO of Miss Felicity...

Ladies, if you'd still like to submit a picture in Dan's honor, email them to me at the address on my sidebar.



Friday, September 08, 2006

Cheer Up the Dump - Half Nekkid Week, Day 2

Alright, Ladies! Where are you? Last night started out so promising, with a few pics sent in (thanks, girls), but so far today, I've only received one! How am I to turn Dan's frown upside down if it's just my half nekkid body all week? He's sure to get bored of it soon. C'mon! Where are all of my lovely friends? Have you all suddenly become shy? I dare you. I TRIPLE DOG DARE YOU. So, if you're willing to take that dare and you want me to put up you picture, please email me at the link on the sidebar. So, for now, I've got two for you...

Me in (well, almost) my favorite Levis...

...and the fabulous Tara Tainton!

One from the gorgeous Jordan...

Thursday, September 07, 2006

A Week Long HNT...Or "Cheer Up the Dump"

What does one do when a friend is blue?

My friend Dan over at The Daily Dump is a little bit d
own at the moment. Being over 800 miles away, I thought there wasn't much I could do to make him feel better, but leave it to him to come up with a clever idea. His request? An entire week of Half Nekkid pictures.

Seeing as how he's made me smile and laugh out loud on a near daily basis for the better part of a year, I am more than happy to oblige him. But I've decided to take this one step further...give him something to REALLY smile about. So here's the plan:

The lovely Os, GENIUS creator of Half Nekkid Thursday, has give
n me permission to ask my beautiful female readers to email me Half Nekkid pictures of themselves for posting on my site throughout the next week. So from now until next Thursday, if you'd like to help me make a sweet man smile, please, send in a picture of yourself to the email address listed in my sidebar, and I'll gladly post the pictures each day. I'm hoping that the more pictures I get, the bigger Dan's smile will get. Of course, I'll be posting one of me each day as well. If you're concerned with privacy, I assure you I will not reveal any names if requested not to.

So ladies, what do you say? Are you with me?



To get the ball rolling, here's my first Half Nekkid picture of the week...

My favorite new undies!

And here's our first HNT "Cheer Up the Dump" submission. Thanks Smartypants!

Here's one from that sexy kitty...

Wednesday, September 06, 2006

The Laundry List of Reasons I Hate Laundromats

Last week, I extolled upon the many virtues of my new home. Yes, I love it, but it's not without it's flaws. The window screens could be replaced, the locks are a bit sticky and I'm not really fond of the tile on the floor in the kitchen and the bathroom. All of these can be fixed, so it doesn't really bother me too much.

The only real problem is that there's no laundry facilities,
which means I'm stuck lugging my shit up and down two flights of stairs and carting them to the local laundromat. I know, I know, it's not really THAT big of an issue in the grand scheme of things, but hear me out, alright?

In no particular order, I give you my list of the top ten reasons why I hate going to the laundromat:

1. Families who use every single laundry cart. I realize that a large family means a whole lot of dirty clothes. But is it too much to ask to leave one or two carts for us non-breeders?

2. The "Creepy, Staring Guy." He's always there, watching the ladies fold their panties, yet I've never seen him fold a piece of his own. I'm beginning to think that he just comes there to sniff the dryer lint of pretty girls.

3. Unattended, poorly-behaved children. Whether its screaming and yelling for candy from the vending machine, or racing around in their family's many carts, there's always a bunch of brats in the laundromat. Apparently, their mothers are too concerned with telling their girlfriends how much of a "fucking asshole" their baby daddy is to bother keeping an eye on their monsters.

4. Scary, ghetto moms with 6+ kids. This one goes hand in hand with #3. I have to wonder how far a kid's going to get in life with a mother who screams "Julio, get your motherfucking ass over here and fold these clothes." at him.

5. Televisions. Why are ALL five TV's set to Spanish-speaking stations? There are always plenty of English-speakers there. Can't we have one?

6. Vending Machines. Why is there only ever Mountain Dew and Yoohoo left in the soda machine?

7. Waiting in line for the dryers. Can someone please tell me why, at a quarter per 12 minutes, they don't have enough cash to fix the dryers? It always seems to me that at least half of them are out of order.

8. The fascist laundry attendant. Whether its dripping detergent on the top of the washer, or not closing the doors to the machines when you're done using them, she's good for at least one berating and several dirty looks per visit.

9. Guitar Guy. He's always there, reeking of pot and playing for laundry money, and usually murdering a classic Dylan song.

10. Sock Man. This guy comes in every night with a box of socks, selling them for $2.00 per pair. I swear to God, I'm convinced he's tried to sell me back the socks I've lost in the dryer.

All is not lost though. I've come to realize a few things while waiting for my underwear and towels to dry...

1. I own entirely too many pairs of jeans.

2. Latina women scare the shit out of me and could kick my ass all over laundryland.

3. I finally figured out why they invented 30 pound capacity washers...

(Yeah. I'm a bitch. Tell me something I don't know.)

Tuesday, September 05, 2006

The End of a Season

As I look out my window, I see a gray sky before me, a hint of the winter that's on it's way. The plants on my balcony are slowly losing their flowers, and there's an undeniable chill in the air. Very soon now, I'll be waking up before the sun rises, burying myself under the blanket for ten more minutes, dreaming away the bitter cold that faces me on my commute to work.

The leaves on the trees are turning, and there are turtlenecks and wool coats in my very near future. Soon there will be snow on the ground, and we'll all be digging our way out. It's enough to depress anyone, but oddly enough, I'm looking forward to it. I welcome the change.

This summer has been a learning experience for me, to say the least. I've discovered a strength in myself I never knew I had. I've realized that it's ok for me to go after the things that I want, and to say no to the things I don't. I've moved forward through difficulty, and come out the other side better than ever. Sure, there are regrets, but to dwell on those would bring me back to the place I worked so hard to remove myself from.

I deserve the happiness I have, because I earned it, created it, and I now look forward to the next season of my life.