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You can't hide a piece of broccoli in a glass of milk. [Jul. 17th, 2004|03:46 pm]
Miss Von Trapp
[Mood |bouncybouncy]
[Music |Specimen : Sharp Teeth]

Oh god damn - I just woke up with my mobile ringing on a private number and I pressed cancel by accident - was still asleep...

Now I don't know who it was! WAAAAAA!!!!!

Had a bit of a giggle last night - went to Spikey's and played loud music - old Birthday Party schtuf, Rammstein, Manson, Specimen and all sorts, had a glass of red wine before work...

Day of the Triffids was on tv at lunchtime and some people in our group were avidly discussing it, but getting the plot utterly mixed up with Little Shop of Horrors. Hahaha!

I made Jui-ehh!!! listen to Murder Dolls: Beyond the Valley of the...

(It's puerile and sweary and the subject matter makes me giggle like an idiot - teenage kicks!)

She hated it, so she made me listen to Slipknot.

I hated that.

(funny how they're both some of the same people - what a difference!!)

Had a broccoli and cauliflower cupasoup in the canteen - twas icky, but was all I had to eat (me starving). Went home at six and went to bed...slept too long and now I feel fuzzy/confuseled.

Oh, and _seraphim_'s post informed me about a new Nick Cave single - wahoo!!

Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds release the debut single from their new double album on 6th September 2004. 'Nature Boy' will be available on CD and 7". It features the London Community Gospel Choir, and comes backed with 'She's Leaving You'.

Nature Boy!! Flippin' fantastic!!! My favourite EVER song (if it is the old Nat King Cole song)AND sung by my favourite EVER artist!! PERFECT!!

*doing backflips if only I could*

Going out tonight...it's a Zero's big gay nite out, with alienfox, Simon, Shauny et al!

Whee!!! Having a hot bath and getting into corsetry/big hair mode. Tranny Goth phaser set to stun...

Over and out.

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Lover or a Fighter?
Fight for good or evil?
Battle Cry
Weapon of Choice Flechette Rifle
Appearance Dressed in Full Samurai Armour, cautiously aproaching
Your Battle Cry... Is a lethal weapon of its own
Foes slain upon first strike: - 54%
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Just been out to the shop - shopkeeper said 'god, you look rough'.

Cheeky bugger!!


Pilfered from steel_lily:

If I were a book, I would be written by: Emily Bronte
If I were a movie, I would be directed by: Tarantino/Oliver Stone/Francis Ford Coppola
If I were a food, I would be: Chocolate
If I were a place, I would be: Dartmoor
If I were a taste, I would be: Lurgashalls English Mead/Red Wine
If I were a scent, I would be: 'Karma' by Lush, or any patchouli derivative
If I were a religion, I would be: Wiccan
If I were a word, I would be: "Incorrigible"
If I were a body part I would be: ARSE!
If I were a facial expression I would be: sucking my middle finger
If I were a subject in school I would be: Art/Creative writing
If I were a shape I would be: A circle
If I were a number I would be: 8
If I were an item of clothing, I would be: Long floaty skirts
If I were a piece of jewelry, I would be: A silver ankh
If I were a clothing accessory, I would be: Corsetry

[User Picture]From: hawklord2112
2004-07-17 08:50 am (UTC)
dunno. bout 3-4 ish? up to you really.. could make it later (spesh if you're out tonight (saturday)
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[User Picture]From: missvontrapp
2004-07-17 08:55 am (UTC)
3-4ish sounds fine, but I'm off out to the Arts Centre to catch a film at 8:30pm:)
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[User Picture]From: hawklord2112
2004-07-17 09:15 am (UTC)
ok then - 3/4 ish.
(what film btw?)
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[User Picture]From: missvontrapp
2004-07-17 09:17 am (UTC)
If she's up for it, I want to see 'La Mala Educacion' (Bad Education):

Bad Education (La Mala Educacion) (15)

Dir. Pedro Almodovar, Spain, 2004, 104 mins, subtitled.
Cast. Gael Garcia Bernal, Fele Martinez, Daniel Giminez-Cacho, Javier Camara.

Almodovar's latest, the first Spanish film ever to open the Cannes Film Festival, is a noirish Hitchcockian thriller which enhances his reputation as one of the world's most consistent and interesting directors. Two men, one of whom is a film director, meet up in the 1980's, twenty years after they attended a Catholic school together during Franco's rule. Their stories are told using flashback sequences, both to the 60's and the 70's, and with a film within a film - a semi-autobiographical account of two teenage boys falling in love and having to contend with emotional and sexual abuse at the hands of a catholic priest. Visually sumptuous, with an intricate plot and excellent performances all round. Without a doubt one of this years most eagerly anticipated releases.
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[User Picture]From: hawklord2112
2004-07-17 09:24 am (UTC)
ah. i never did "get" almodovar.
(prefer Lynch and Cronenberg, meself... and the Koyaanisqatsi/powaqqatsi films....)
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[User Picture]From: missvontrapp
2004-07-17 09:26 am (UTC)
Well those go without saying!!

Saw Koyaaniqatsi and Powaqqatsi when I was being an 'art technician' on work experience back in the late eighties...blew me away!!
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[User Picture]From: hawklord2112
2004-07-17 09:37 am (UTC)
i had the soundtracks for about a year before i saw them.. i loooooove philip glass... and when i saw them it was like "cool, the pictures fit!"

never got round to seeing Baraka (the "third" in the series - not a glass soundtrack and apparently nowhere near as good.) hence it wanst included in the recent dvd boxset.
which i have.
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