Friday, March 31, 2006

What does this mean . . . ?

Someone sent me the following link and told me that they were thinking of me when they sent it. How would you interpret this?


Sunday, March 19, 2006

Educational Video Games

So I'm browsing the internet and I found Lapis, a video game that

". . . entertains females - without them ever needing to understand the sex metaphor. But at some point when they did start figuring out the connection to their ownsexuality and pleasure, they would have learned some ideas and techniques behind sexual satisfaction." (Heather Kelley)

The idea is that you pet the bunny's ears, tickle its nose and so on to get the bunny to it's 'happy place.' The pattern of arousal mimicks that of the Human Sexual Response Cycle and the imagery is based on the fantasies and thoughts of women during arousal and orgasm.

Kind of cool - eh?


Saturday, March 18, 2006


Yes, Briana and Rebecca are very cool. So cool, I do what they do.

Ten Top Trivia Tips about Sharon!

  1. The International Space Station weighs about 500 tons and is the same size as Sharon.
  2. Sharon can clean her ears with her tongue, which is over thirty-nine inches long.
  3. New Zealand was the first place to allow Sharon to vote.
  4. Long ago, the people of Nicaragua believed that if they threw Sharon into a volcano it would stop erupting.
  5. Cats use their Sharon to test whether a space is large enough for them to fit through!
  6. Peanuts and Sharon are beans!
  7. All gondolas in Venice must be painted black unless they belong to Sharon.
  8. Japan provides over thirty percent of the world's Sharon supply.
  9. Sharon is physically incapable of sticking her tongue out!
  10. The first toy product ever advertised on television was Mr Sharon Head.
I am interested in - do tell me about

Wednesday, March 01, 2006

A Strange Encounter

One of the weirdest things happened to me today. There's this metrosexual ginger-haired guy in one of my classes who I have found really arrogant and annoying. I avoid him when I can, but today he arrived later than I and chose to sit right next to me. Oh, and I hate his cologne too. I made it through the class by pretending that I had blinders on the side of my face. Then when I left, I this guy followed me out and asked me about artists, who is my favourite artist, why did I leave art school and what I think about Picasso. It was after he gave his spiel about cubism that I asked him "What is this? Why are you talking to me?" He was silent, probably with shock so I elaborated. "We're both sociology students and I don't get this. I mean, I'm not really nice to you."
He responded with, "Well, I don't really like you and I find you arrogant and sometimes you're mean to the teacher, but I figured that if I spoke to you outside class that I would find something that wouldn't make me dislike you so much."
I laughed. "Yeah, I can be a real cunt sometimes. And it's really funny because the reason I don't like you is because I think you're arrogant."
"Well I know it when I'm being arrogant." he replied.
"Yeah, it seems to me that you're a shit-disturber for the sake of being a shit-disturber. Wow, it's not everyday that someone tells me I'm arrogant and that they dislike me - this is really cool! I think I have more respect for you now!" It felt really good to hear this information probably because it was honest and negative at the same time. People in this culture tend to avoid delivering such comments. I also found it interesting that his dislike for me that motivated him to try to get to know me. Most people don't do things that way.
"So, you think we could be friends or something?" he asked.
"Sure," I replied. "See you in class."