December 14th, 2005

Ctrl+Alt+Del - Scott & Ted

Something in and something out of the box

Why do people try to find that one someone special? Why can't there be two or three or more people that are 'right' for them? I think it's because that's the way we are conditioned to think. From our parents, religion, and the media we hear "find that one special person to spend your life with"

This rant brought to you by too many profiles looking for just that one someone or a one-night stand. Dangit, there's gotta be something in between. Stupid boxes.

On another note:
ergh.... my hands and mind have been increasingly disconnected.

I'll be typing something and thinking faster than I'm typing, and suddenly I'm typing the next thing I was thinking yet didn't type the word between them, or I'll start writing the next word and I haven't finished the first one. It's like my brain is thinking faster than it usually is, cause usually I can write as fast as I think. It's been happening in increasing frequency over the last week or so.

I think if I were drunk no one would understand me, or they'd misunderstand me. That's not a hypothesis I want to test.
  • Current Music
    "Kick In The Heart" by Kim Carnes
Happy, Happy - Get Real (Steve)

STD Test Results

I got the results from my STD test a few minutes ago. I had the lady write down the results so I can transcribe the exact names here.

Chlamydia - Negative
Gonorrhea - Negative
Syphilis - Non-Reactive (negative, in other words)
HIV - Negative

So I'm fine. :-)
  • Current Music
    "The Sun Always Shines On TV" by Milk Inc.
Tombo - Happy

Story snippet

She collapsed on his chest, exhausted from their vigorous love making. It was still as good as she remembered all those years ago.

Suddenly she hear a voice from behind her, "Oh, you must be the ex-wife I've heard so much about. I'm Johnny, Eric's boyfriend."

"WHAT!?" she shrieked, rolling off the wrong side of the bed onto the floor taking the sheets with her before bolting upright.
  • Current Music
    "Insatiable" by Darren Hayes