Let's Get It On (Was: : Re: Dragaeran memory ) (Spoilers for Issola, which I hope everyone has now read that it's in paperback)

Chris Olson - SunPS Chrisf.Olson at sun.com
Wed Feb 12 10:20:30 PST 2003

> Yeah, when did that become the standard for being gay? I'm reflective and 
> very introverted, (well in person anyway), and I'm not gay, just a naturally 
> dirty minded smart-mouthed young unsullied sentual-semi-bondage-babe 
> *laughing and grinning wildly* ... so Matthew does this mean I get the part? 
> Oh, come on, plllleeeaaaasseeeeeeeeee... like Chris said, I can even play 
> the part of the leech, I have a great tutor... *evil grin*

Aw, come on, Holly.  Let us know how you *really* feel.... :)

And I certainly hope that's not the standard for being gay.  I
already have to convince people I'm not without having to
come up with reasons for being reflective and introverted
(not to mention being an anti-social social person).

And I still think you oughta get the part; if only 'cause you're
unsullied and have a great tutor....

> Chris *now* have I sunk to an all time low? I'm trying here.

For you, yes.  Granted, I'm sure you could sink further, but
you've definately dived deeper than I've seen before on this
list.  You may now have a cookie.... <grin>

> ~Holly~ (Who has a tendency to shoot her mouth off like "one of the guys" 
> and will stop now before she get's herself into trouble *again* (unless 
> there's something I just can't resist), and who also *knows* she's in a 
> goofier mood than usual because a) she keeps hopping in the rain puddles 
> outside like she's 2 and when she does it she even vocalizes "splash" or 
> "hoppity,hoppity,hoppity" and b) because she was excused from class because 
> she, as usual, was able to turn any comment the prof. made into some ironic 
> hypothetical esoteric question, but this time instead of keeping them to 
> herself actually asked them to the class. When prof. couldn't stop laughing 
> he told me I could go home... kay-sa-ra-sa-ra..hehehehehehehehehehehehe) =)

See, I should have known that when I went to classes.... Ah, well.
And what's wrong with jumping in puddles?  Does that make one
goofy?  Not that I need any more examples.

And I think it would take quite a bit on this list to get one in
trouble.  Heck, I've tried, and I still don't think I've done it
yet.  Had to go back to the drawing board a half dozen times already!
I'll get it one of these days....

"Life is the nightmare that leaves its mark upon you
in order to prove that it is, in fact, real."
	-Thomas Ligotti- 'The Sect of the Idiot'