December 14th, 2007



seraphimcloud experiences sensual sushi.

But do not despair, reader. It was still tasty delicious, and I indeed indulged in a roll which contained, get this, lobster AND filet mignon, in a SUSHI ROLL. Hot. And delicious. Yet Geisha House is still, more than anything, and elaborate tease, which gets you happy, drunk and titilatted without ever actually going down on you. I considered ordering the "Going Down" for dessert, but settled for a DELICIOUS japanese pudding in a tart with green tea ice cream and strawberries and yes, if you know me at all, yes that DID turn me on, as does salmon sashimi and, well, KNOWING that I am eating two of the most expensive animals of land and sea at once in a sushi roll. However as I was visiting my lovely married couple friends, whom I Love But Not Like That, not much could really be done about it, except to go up with Josh in the CNN headquarters tower and try to sabotage Anderson Cooper.

Context is going down.
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  • tzikeh

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QWP: amilyn has had it with the omnipresent and insidious "stuff proves/buys love" adverts.
"there were, in a single hour, at least FIVE or MORE ads for jewelry of the, "The ONLY way to PROVE you LOVE her is to give her DIAMONDS!!!!" and "She'll love you FOREVER if you just GIVE HER DIAMONDS!""

Then, tonight, on my way out of the grocery store, I glanced at a sign on the side of the flower section. it said, "She loves me. She loves me not. It's up to you."

I wanted to go back and graffiti the sign with: "It's NOT up to YOU! It's up to HER. And if she finds it to be sweet that you gave her dying flowers, yay, but SHE decides (whether or NOT you bring her dead plant material)!!!! She owes YOU NOTHING IN RETURN FOR THE DEAD PLANT MATTER OR THE PRESSURIZED CARBON!!!!!"

I hate this planet/country/culture. I want a divorce.
Context is giving society its ring back.
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  • kdorian

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teh_icey has something to say to people who complain about immigrants stealing jobs:

Final note, to everyone that talks about how the various lovely people I work with are "stealing jobs" from British nationals, oh go back to your sodding BNP meeting, if you're regularly having people with English as a second language who haven't had half the opportunities in life you have had just by being born in a wealthy nation picked over you for jobs it might just be possible that the fault lies with you.

Context involves exotic curses, but not the silly magical kind.