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09 February 2009 @ 11:46 am
Most of us who blog or have a page online receive sleazy/chat-up messages from time to time. This community I made is for reposting these messages so that we can all have a laugh at them or, if they're seriously bothering you, hopefully offer some advice. I'm working on a Little Book of online sleazy messages/chat-up lines and am looking for contributions to it, although I won't include anything without your permission.

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05 February 2009 @ 12:28 pm
Ever had those weird/wonderful/crazy nightmare/dreams and wanted to write about them and get possible feedback? Think other people find reading about your dreams boring? NO! We wanna hear about them here, wtf_dreams

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21 June 2007 @ 12:04 am
Friends, Family, CoWorkers, and Associates please 'Rate My Poem - Pretty Prozac Pearls' by going here: http://www.poetry.com/voteforme/poemvote1.asp?PID=12224423

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Rate My Poem, The Last

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Rate My Poem, This Room.

pretty please :)
 
 
04 March 2007 @ 01:16 am
I wrote this a while ago - it's unfinished - and posted it to thingsthatdontexist.com; someone had posted the title "The Lovechild of J. Alfred Prufrock," and I couldn't resist:

Incomplete poemCollapse )
 
 
 
 
 
22 November 2005 @ 12:22 pm
I would not normally write a parody of a poem by someone else, mainly because I do not acknowledge that anyone apart from me has had any poetry published (by "anyone," I mean you, opheliablue).

However I thought I would lower my standards this time as I found it an amusing exercise. This is a parody of a poem by Anne Bradstreet (and by "Anne Bradstreet," I mean the real Anne Bradstreet, not LJ USER = ANNE_BRADSTREET) - *dies laughing*

To My Dear and Loving Husband - Anne BradstreetCollapse )

To my Fawning and Devoted Male Admirers - EmD-MCCollapse )
 
 
Current Mood: hornyhorny
 
 
18 November 2005 @ 02:15 pm

Yes, we would normally refer to 'heads' rather than 'head,' as there are lots of us, but it was easier to rhyme 'head' in this poem, so we did that.

So we're doing something a bit different - it's a poem, it's no big deal. Get over it.

Mad Girl's Love Song - Sylvia PlathCollapse )

Mad Llamas' Hag Song - THE LLAMASCollapse )
 
 
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