sexlexia: (Default)
  Nov. 13th, 2009 08:31 pm
Marly and I broke up.
I'm okay. I think.

He says it's because we're more just best friends living together than a couple.
Which is true and I could see this was happening but I just put off thinking about it because it's way to hard to deal with.
And I still love him. Like, he hugs me and I'm like "FUCK I WANT KISS HIM BUT I CAN'T." I want to do it more now that I can't. It's ridiculous and I feel like such a fucking LOSER.

Anyway, he's going to move out and I'm going to stay here for a while. The plan is for Indie to spend half the week with him, but I really don't think I can only see him for 3.5 days a week, so I don't know.
I don't want to be a bitch, but in the back of my mind I keep planning elaborate escapes where I take him to France and we live in a little apartment above a bakery and never have to deal with all this again. But that would be terrible, obviously.
Plan B is that, with all this free time I'll have, I go to uni and try to find a place closer to steiner. At the moment I'm voting against this idea, because just having to live there and see all his friends all the time seems like the worst kind of torture. I don't even know why, but I feel like they're really happy about this. Like they've been waiting for it and they're all going to go out and Marly's going to scam on cheap American tourists at Cheeky Monkeys and party every day.


Okay. I can deal with it though.
I feel like eventually I'll be okay. But at the moment my ego has taken a massive hit.
I feel like a total loser, because I'm upset about this whole thing. Marly is all cool about it, when Angie asked how his week had been he's like "Yeah, it's been good, thanks." I just wanted to gouge out his freaking eyes. IT'S BEEN GOOD? REALLY? FUCK YOU!

Also, I've come to the conclusion that I look like a troll and I've pretty much decided not to leave the house anymore for fear of stoning. Like that Gollum that was killed by those kids in Panama, you know? Kids will be so scared of me that they'll beat me to death and throw me in the river.
sexlexia: (wonder bondage)
  Nov. 5th, 2009 08:47 pm
Remember, remember, the Fifth of November, the Gunpowder Treason and Plot.
I know of no reason why the Gunpowder Treason should ever be forgot.
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  Oct. 31st, 2009 08:52 pm

I was really slack with my costume. I didn't even have a cape.
Last night I went to Fright Night at Movieworld though. I was Frankenstein's monster and my hair was awesome.
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  Oct. 27th, 2009 01:50 pm

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  Oct. 17th, 2009 09:19 pm
I'm going as Princess Mononoke for Halloween.

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  Oct. 17th, 2009 08:29 pm
There's only three ladies in my TKD class.
I swear, it was like 60:40 when I started. They've just all left. There is me, a blue belt, a yellow belt and 30 dudes. I hate it.
I mean, I don't hate it. I love it. I love it more and more each time I go. But the guys don't hit, and they block *really slowly* so you can get hits in. It's patronizing and infuriating.
I'm never going to get any better at sparring if I don't have a proper partner.
I don't know. It's just really annoying.
I wish Tegan had stayed.

I've kind of been thinking about transferring to MMA, but they all seem like major douchebags.

My neighbors are really loud. I'm a total Negative Nancy today, and I want to file a noise complaint but it's like 8:30 and the police will laugh at me and call me a Narc.

"What's a Narc?"

"A Narcotics Officer!"
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  Oct. 15th, 2009 09:55 pm
I'm pretty excited about Stephanie being the new Batgirl.

With Cassandra, the title just seemed to be getting worse and worse. I love her character, but no one could write her, if that makes sense.

I hope she comes back though, with better writers. I hope Misfit comes back too.
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  Sep. 14th, 2009 09:53 pm
I got my Red Belt today.
There were a few people going for their Black Belts when we had grading, and it was just so freaking impressive.

I'm getting really into Tae Kwon Do.
At the earliest, I should be going for my Black Belt December next year.

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  Sep. 1st, 2009 09:38 pm
I'm kind of going insane trying to find The Super Dictionary online.

It's on Amazon but only through private sellers and it says they post to Australia. BUT THEN I GO TO BUY IT AND IT'S ALL "YOU CAN'T SHIP THIS TO THAT ADDRESS!"
And I flip out.
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  Jul. 7th, 2009 02:06 pm

The horrible details )

I'm probably over-reacting like crazy though.
sexlexia: (poison ivy)
  May. 23rd, 2009 07:17 am

"No, son, I think that's bat poo."

"Batman's poo?"

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  May. 13th, 2009 01:42 pm

Especially the cast though. MAN. UNF UNF UNF.

I won a signed poster. It has most of them, like ZQ and Chris Pine. But not all of them. Marly is going to frame it for me, because he likes framing stuff I guess. I'm like, "Does it need glass and shit? Can't we just pin it up?" and he goes "Bitch, stfu." and smacked me. So, I guess he takes frames pretty seriously.

I'm going to see The Buddy Holly Story in a couple of weeks with friends.
I'm getting a bike.


[Poll #1399026]
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  Apr. 29th, 2009 03:40 pm
'Shadowhare' Among Nationwide Group Of Superheroes

Eric Flack

CINCINNATI -- Cincinnati police have a new ally in their fight against crime, whether they want it or not.

He calls himself Shadowhare, and he wears a mask and a cape to conceal his true identity. He's Cincinnati's own version of a superhero fighting crime and injustice where he finds it.

Vote: What do you think of Shadowhare?

"We help enforce the law by doing what we can in legal standards, so we carry handcuffs, pepper spray … all the legal weapons," said Shadowhare. "We will do citizen's arrests. We will intervene on crimes if there is one happening in front of us."

The man behind Shadowhare's mask is 21 years old and from Milford. Those are the only clues to his true identity that he will reveal. Shadowhare said he was abused as a child and grew up in foster homes, perhaps leading him to a life helping others.

"My message to Cincinnati is that there is still hope and all we have to do is stand together," he said.

Shadowhare is not alone in his quest to fight crime. He heads up a group of men -- and one woman -- called the "Allegiance of Heroes." The members communicate with each other in online forums. Among the members are Aclyptico in Pennsylvania, Wall Creeper in Colorado and Master Legend in Florida.

"I've even teamed up with Mr. Extreme in California -- San Diego -- and we were trying to track down a rapist," said Shadowhare.

The crime fighters will often pair up to patrol the streets. Even so, fighting crime comes with its share of hardship.

Shadowhare said he suffered a dislocated shoulder two years ago while trying to help a woman who was being attacked.

And the authorities don't always take him seriously. In one encounter with a Hamilton County corrections officer, Shadowhare was greeted with a chuckle and a look of disbelief.

But Shadowhare said he and his team are not deterred by the criticism. He remains focused on trying to make Cincinnati a better place, whether it's fighting crime or feeding the homeless.

For now, the law is on Shadowhare's side.

It is legal in Ohio and Kentucky to make a citizens arrest, however, the arrester does face possible civil litigation if the person arrested turns out to be innocent.

"one, two, three... ALLEGIANCE ASSEMBLE!"

Freaking hilarious.
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  Apr. 5th, 2009 11:25 am

I can't even explain how excited I am to see this.
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  Apr. 5th, 2009 09:10 am
Supanova was so much fun.
At first I was kind of bummed that all my friends flaked, but I don't think they would have liked it anyway. They would have been bored with all the people they didn't know talking about stuff they didn't like. I would have been too worried about them to enjoy myself.
I went with Marly though. We were definitely the hottest people there.

I saw Amber Benson and Adam Busch, who play Tara and Warren in Buffy.
She was really nice and I got a photo with her and she hugged me and said she liked my dress. I was just like :D and didn't say much. She's really pretty and her talk in the seminar room was fun, but people kept asking lame questions. I kind of thought she'd be like Tara, but she seems outgoing and less shy. She's also tiny. I was wearing heels, but she was still really tiny. She seemed tall in the show.
I didn't talk to Adam Busch, but he seemed like he was majorly bummed that he was there. Someone was talking to him, and they were like "So what have you been up to?", and he said "Um, I did this movie with Amber called Drones. It's about aliens in the office.", but imagine Warren saying it kind of sarcastic.

Hayden Panettiere was there signing and taking photos. I saw her, but didn't get her to sign anything because I didn't want to wait in line and she's not as awesome as Amber Benson.
I saw bits of Jhonen Vasquezs and Todd McFarlanes talk. Jhonen seemed pretty awesome, but I had shopping to do.

I bought a Max bobblyhead, from Where The Wild Things Are, the Cover to Cover Wonderwoman statue and various comics. I also got a couple of Stewart McKenny A3 prints. He was really nice! He even did a Batman picture for Indies birthday. Also, the lady who does Tiny Titans was there, and Marly charmed her and she did him a couple of Tiny Catmans.
We didn't even realise there was the artists alley until the end of the day, so I missed Nicola Scott who is my all time favourite comic book artist.
I saw her seminar with David Yardin though. DC vs. Marvel. It was good, but this guy kept hogging the microphone and asking lame questions. I wanted to ask her about girls in comics.

The worst part was the fans. I can totally understand why jocks are always beating up on then. Geeks are freaking annoying, man.
With their costumes that don't suit their body shape and their superior attitudes.
The anime fangirls were the worst, the squealing and GLOMPING and "FREE HUGS!"

I'll come back next year though.
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  Mar. 11th, 2009 12:30 pm
I'm feeling really down today.
You know that feeling where you just know something huge is going wrong, but you can't put your finger on it? I'm really anxious. It's making me feel sick.

I think it's a mixture of things.
I missed like 3 weeks of TKD at the start of the year, and I don't know if I've done enough classes to grade on the weekend. I need to clean the house. I need to find a new house. I need to eat better. My grandfather's in the hospital getting operations.
None of these are major and I know I shouldn't be worrying, but it's left me with this feeling that there's something else and I'm going to forget about it until it suddenly sneaks up on me.
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  Mar. 6th, 2009 12:05 pm
Watchmen was really good.
I was kind of bumming out because some of the reviews have been bad, and when we got there it was pretty much empty. The cinema was probably only filled 1/3, which is weird for Byron.
I think people might have had a problem with it because they were expecting it to be like The Dark Knight, with explosions and car chases and good and evil, you know?
I liked The Silhouette, even though it was a tiny part. And Jeffrey Dean Morgan was superfine, even as a rapist and in his old man make up. It would have been hard playing The Comedian. Because he shoots kids and pregnant women, but you still need to like him and feel sorry for him, but he did it really well. The characters were amazing, they were just so perfect. I think that's what really made it.
The sex scene was a little too much and the Nixon makeup was pretty bad.
I also thought the explosion was too weak. When I read the comic, I stopped at that bit because it was just too much for me. Everyone dead and the corpses littering the streets, you know? But in the movie it seemed too dull, and it didn't give you the proper impact that millions of people dying should. It seemed so hollow. The whole movie seemed a little hollow. It was so beautiful and the cast was so perfect and I can't see how anyone could do it better, but it didn't have the depth that the comic had.
I also felt that for people who hadn't read it, it would seem muddled. They didn't really explain anything. They didn't even explain the Keene Act. There's no sense of time and place, which are kind of important in Watchmen.

But yeah, overall it was really good. I liked it. I liked the characters and the music and the story and Dr. Manhattan's junk. I like Zack Snyder, I don't get why he's so unpopular with the fans. People treat him like Frank Miller.

Mostly though, I like that Alan Moore is such a jerk about it all.

I made some cupcakes for the night.

I wanted to make all the characters, but I didn't have time.
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  Feb. 23rd, 2009 10:51 am
I'm going to take up cross stitching.

I might go to Lismore tomorrow and get supplies.

Cool story, Hansel.
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