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  • Must gouge out eyes now...   12 years 34 weeks ago

    There are gaps in my TV coverage--many that I'll never take the time to fill in. My only excuse is time poverty.

  • Must gouge out eyes now...   12 years 34 weeks ago

    I can't believe THAT is in the dictionary! (Well, I can, but it makes my brain hurt.)

    Want to hear something weird? I've never seen a single episode of Dr. Who. I didn't have a TV back when it was popular. That's my excuse, and I'm sticking to it.

  • Must gouge out eyes now...   12 years 34 weeks ago

    [fauxwhinydefensivemode]
    O.M.G. Word-Nazi! Its in teh dictoinary!!!
    http://www.webster.com/cgi-bin/dictionary?sourceid=Mozilla-search&va=fandom
    [/fauxwhinydefensivemode]

    I just saw the second episode of the season. It was back to the previous season's standards. Lots of fun. Arooooooo!

    I haven't seen a public apology for that first episode. Have they no shame?

  • Must gouge out eyes now...   12 years 34 weeks ago

    Heh-heh-heh...you said "fandom."

  • Virge's Guestbook   12 years 34 weeks ago

    Yay, Virge! Thanks for being funny, insightful you, and for running the OEDILF's site. Keep up the fine work.

  • Must gouge out eyes now...   12 years 35 weeks ago

    "Umm... it's Dr Who. It's for the 6-9 year old market - always has been."

    Pre 2005, I'd agree with you. Evidence from the realms of new Dr Who fandom suggests otherwise.

  • Must gouge out eyes now...   12 years 35 weeks ago

    Or did I just miss a joke? Um... it's early for me, ok?

  • Must gouge out eyes now...   12 years 35 weeks ago

    the BBC must've made an executive decision to target the 6-9 year old market

    Umm... it's Dr Who. It's for the 6-9 year old market - always has been.

  • Random Thoughts   12 years 35 weeks ago

    I grabbed all of your files last time I zombied your PC.
    Don't worry. I wasn't planning to publish them until you're rich and famous. ;-)

  • Random Thoughts   12 years 35 weeks ago

    For a moment, there, I thought you stole one of my favourite Notepad files. "notes1," maybe, or "badideas3."

  • Telling Fibs   12 years 36 weeks ago

    I agree. They've trodden the geek haiku path. One poster (archeopterix) nailed it with:

    Yeah.
    Right.
    Breaking
    A sentence
    Into syllables
    Does not a poem make - how pointless

  • Telling Fibs   12 years 36 weeks ago

    The /. entries are more sentences than poems. They don't compress a variety of thought, emotion and observation but instead arrange a sentence in a poetic-appearing order.

  • Virge's Guestbook   12 years 36 weeks ago

    ...
    Hmmm...
    Fibs;
    I shall
    Have to try
    Composing my own,
    Unrepentant geek that I am.

  • Virge's Guestbook   12 years 36 weeks ago
  • April 1. The morning after   12 years 37 weeks ago

    I certainly didn't! I have enough trouble with heartburn, without sucking down paper! Ew.

  • April 1. The morning after   12 years 37 weeks ago

    I certainly didn't, and I'm pretty sure Socar didn't. She'll be pleased to know that her imaginative descriptions were effective.

    I enjoyed the pumpkin soup, but only after removing all the paper strips. They only stayed in there for long enough to snap the photos.
    http://glassman.typepad.com/digest/2006/03/day_ten.html

    The gingerbread and meringue were all trashed after photography. I'd had enough utensil-licking sweetness while I was cooking.
    http://glassman.typepad.com/digest/2006/03/day_twentysix.html

  • April 1. The morning after   12 years 37 weeks ago

    The writing almost makes me wonder whether either of you ah, tasted a bit of paper to get the description down vividly. Almost.

    Fabulously done. A very enjoyable read :)

  • Virge's Guestbook   12 years 38 weeks ago

    Nice site great work

  • Virge's Guestbook   12 years 42 weeks ago

    Hey. ..Just surfed in... love the site! Really neat-o ^-^

  • Geek & Goth Valentines   12 years 44 weeks ago

    Violets are blue
    Roses are red
    If you were my Valentine
    You'd have no head

    Inspired by Fafblog's St Valentine picture
    http://fafblog.blogspot.com/2006/02/fafblog-loves-you.html

  • Geek & Goth Valentines   12 years 44 weeks ago

    Hormone-driven:

    Roses are red
    Truffles are black
    And bloody expensive--
    so hop in the sack!

    Goth AND hormone-driven:

    Roses are thorny
    Corpses are dead.
    I'm hoping this poem
    Will get me some head.

  • Virge's Guestbook   12 years 45 weeks ago

    Those galleries are the best!

  • Virge's Guestbook   12 years 46 weeks ago

    Thanks for your interest and help on my first two submissions to OEDILF. I'm learning. I've spent an hour perusing your website...very interesting and informative, and I'll be back.

    Art

  • Storm   12 years 47 weeks ago

    Heh, heh... Really like your content, by the way. You should update more often:)

  • Storm   12 years 47 weeks ago

    -10, -18, "clement"...
    *shakes head*
    *tries to ignore the minus signs*
    *shivers*