Category: Movies


Random radio ramblings…

Woot, only three weeks between posts this time! And I’m prefacing this one with: this is strictly *fantasy* and I’m not planning on killing anyone. Contemplate that, folks. 😉

So, I listen to this morning show on the way to work each day, mostly because I’m a lazy bum about getting podcasts downloaded to the phone, and they’re funnyish. And this morning they were talking discussing a news article where a woman tried to kill her husband by poisoning her ‘undercarriage’.  I like ‘undercarriage’ because that may have been the *only* amusing line from the Dukes of Hazzard movie, which was all in all a perversion and tragedy rolled up in suckage; but I digress.

So, anyway, woman tries to poison husband through cunnilingus! Amusing and disturbing. Also, pretty damn stupid.

The radio hosts asked for callers to ‘for fun’ call in and describe how they would poison their spouses. A few were funny, but then the station static-ed out and I trailed off into my own ‘how I would poison’ fantasy land. *grins*

So, D, just in case you were wondering; yes, I have contemplated your death and how I would do it… poison would not be my first choice. But, if I were going that route, it would be the coffee.

You had to know that, right? It’d be easy and I’d be able to say that I had ‘just been in too much of a hurry’ to get my own before I left in the morning. And you’d know it was me… because let’s be honest, I’m not the ‘stab in the back’ kinda gal. I don’t do revenge or gossip or rumors and I’m more likely to tell you to your face that I think you’re a douche than anything else. Plus there’s that side of me that wants you to know it was me.

I don’t want you to think you’re having a heart attack or some stomach issue or what have you just before you die… I want you to be thinking about how I; your adoring, loving, slightly whacked out sweetie fucking killed you.

But hey, this is all just fantasy and weirdness that is my mind. *smiles*  OR IS IT?!

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Snarfle the Garflack, love.

It’s an inside joke. And, yes, I know it’s ‘narfle the Garthok’; whatever, it’s my joke, shut up.

Hopefully I’m able to explain it properly here. It’s the phrase I use to encourage D. Usually toward something that he’s not sure he’s ready to do or isn’t sure he has the ability to do; but keeps saying he wants. And at the risk of sounding sexist; he’s a guy, it usually involves emotions. Garflack is what ever ‘big scary thing’ thing is going on… and usually isn’t such a big scary thing in the end.

It’s come up a bit lately. He’s exploring his poly, more than he has before and it’s raising new feelings, issues, and worries. It’s interesting to be supporting him through it. I’m glad I am and I love seeing him grow and become. You know what I mean?

I’m sort of discovering that I’m really protective of him too. Not to the point of weirdness, but that I’m pretty fucking blunt when I see others in his life pulling shit.  He, of course, gets to make his own choices about what he is doing and I wouldn’t have it any other way.

Through out the course of his exploration, we’ve discovered so many new things about us. Individually. As a couple. Our power exchange/Ds.

We’ve discovered we have very minimal rules for each other, though they are important ones. Practice safe sex. Don’t do anything that will harm us. Act, speak and live with honesty, integrity and honor.  That one’s a doozy, but so important. Keep each other informed. And finding where those rules expand or contract depending on the situation.

And there are moments where I have to say it to myself. Facing my attachment to an ex and how it was affecting my emotions still… so difficult. Snarfle the Garflack. Finding out what it really is I am afraid of in opening myself up to ‘new’ people. Snarfle! The unexpected ones, like discovering that I mostly have acquaintances in the community, where I thought I had friends. That was a hard one.

I always try to make sure I’m using it well and saying it from a place of encouragement and love. He is my Sir and my love as well as my partner and I have to make sure I’m respecting all the aspects of our relationship when offering a push.  But I know he appreciates my support, my encouragement and my love.

We have an event coming up in June that we are both looking forward to… we’re on staff this year and with all these new discoveries about each other and ‘us’, we’re looking forward to exploring our boundaries in such an open, loving, energy rich place.  Hopefully our experiences this year will be as good as last, or better!

Hopefully, I’ll be hurting some boys. I am going to snarfle the fuck out of THAT Garflack, as soon as I can.

Of course, sometimes, ‘Snarfle the Garflack’ is code for: ‘Here, take these condoms and go fuck her already. Sheesh.’

I’m serious AND silly. 😛                                     Ooh, now I want to hear ‘Tainted Love’….

Movie Day

Yesterday I was home alone for most of the day. I probably should have cleaned my house, but I sat down to watch some movies instead. (I have a continually growing stack of DVDs I haven’t seen, that random people give to me) I got four in, more movies than I’ve watched in the last oohh… couple of months combined? An American Haunting, Ghost Ship, The Lovely Bones, and What Women Want.

I liked all of them in different ways, none were spectacular in any sense. Haunting was probably my favorite with Bones stealing second place. They both had some actors/actresses I like and solid performances but neither one really had that special oomph for me. I generally adore Sissy Spacek and Donald Sutherland who were both in Haunting plus Rachel Hurd-Wood(who is in my favorite version of Peter Pan** to date) and James D’Arcy are both becoming folk I’d pick up a movie just because they were in it. Plus I’m a sucker for ghost/poltergeist movies, though I was a bit disappointed that I guessed the big reveal before it occured.

Bones has Rachel Weisz and Susan Sarandon, who are fantastic, plus Mark Wahlberg, who I am consistently surprised that I like. Plus, who played Ray in that movie? … ah, Reece Ritchie is ridiculously cute as a mid-seventies teenager. I did love the special effects, especially the ship-in-a-bottle scene. And Stanley Tucci? Perfect.

Ghost Ship I’d place third, again mainly because it had actors I really like, Gabriel Byrne(who was fantastic as Satan in End of Days)and less so Julianna Margulies and Ron Eldard. Plus, the beginning scene where the entire deck of passengers gets bisected by the wire? Fucking great! I had to pause the movie I giggled so hard. And Emily Browning is adorable, I love her lips!

WWW… was fine. There were a few cute scenes, and I have to admit seeing Mel Gibson in hose was amusing, but it was definitely a mediocre movie. I love Helen Hunt, though she’s more of a solid actress than a blockbuster for the most part. But, really… meh.

** Peter Pan is great, makes me cry every time. Jason Isaacs as Hook? Fuck. Yes.