Future Days lyrics by Pearl Jam


future days lyrics


Future Day's Lyrics by Pearl Jam 


Future Day's was debuted in concert by Pearl Jam prior to the release of Lightning Bolt.

It was written by Eddie Vedder.

Future Days lyrics by Pearl Jam (rough as guts version, please leave corrections in the comments!)


If I ever were to lose you
I'd surely lose myself

Everything I have found dear
I've not found by myself

Try and sometimes you'll succeed
To make this man of me

All my stolen missing parts
I've no need for anymore

I believe
And I believe cause I can see
Our future days
Days of you and me

Back when I was feeling broken
I focused on a prayer

You came deep as any ocean
Did something out there hear?

All the complexities and games
No one wins but somehow they're still played

All the missing crooked hearts
They may die but in us they live on

I believe
And I believe cause I can see
Our future days
Days of you and me

When hurricanes and cyclones raged
When winds turned dirt to dust
When floods they came or tides they raised
Ever closer became us

All the promises at sundown
I've meant them like the rest

All the demons used to come round
I'm grateful now they've left

So persistent in my ways
Hey Angel I am here to stay
No resistance, no alarms
Please, this is just too good to be gone

I believe
And I believe cause I can see
Our future days
Days of you an me
You and me
Days

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If you liked this song, you might like Lorde's Liability.

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    1. You came deep as any ocean

      When hurricanes and cyclones rage
      When wind turns dirt to dust
      When floods they came and the tides they raised

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  4. Future Days – 42:45

    If I ever were to lose you
    I'd surely lose myself
    Everything I have found dear
    I’ve not found by myself

    Try and sometimes you'll succeed to make this man of me
    All my stolen missing parts I’ve no need for anymore

    I believe and I believe ‘cause I can see
    Our future days, days of you and me

    Back when I was feeling broken
    I focused on a prayer, you came deep as in the ocean
    Its something I cant hear

    All the complexities and games, no one wins but somehow they're still played
    All the missing crooked hearts they may die but in us they live on

    I believe and I believe ‘cause I can see
    Our future days, days of you and me

    When The hurricanes and cyclones rage
    When winds turn dirt into dust
    When floods they came and the tides they raised, ever closer became us

    All the promises at sundown, I met them like the rest
    All the demons used to come round I'm grateful now they've left

    So persistent in my ways, Angel I am here to stay

    No resistance, no alarms
    Please this is just too good to be gone

    I believe and I believe ‘cause I can see
    Our future days, days of you and me
    You and me
    Days of You and Me

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    1. Close! lol but its... "Back when I was feeling broken
      I focused on a prayer

      You came deep as any ocean
      Did something i feel here"

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  5. can someone tell me what they interpret of this song..I think is about a two persons in which one of them sees bright days ahead of them as a coupl

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  6. I believe its about a lost loved one. About a year ago, I lost my 20 yr old nephew. O dedicated this song to my sister on facebook using the Live @ Wrigley Field post on youtube.

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  7. my new favourite pj song

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  8. Incredible! I can relate to this song! It had me in tears!

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  9. It seems it is about finding god and that maybe has found a greater purpose.

    Younger albums: rage, youth
    Mid albums: finding himself (ukulele stuff)
    Lightning Bolt: Finding God, and god finding him...becoming a man

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    1. Eddie doesn't believe in God..

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  10. In the live version he sings "I focused on a prayer, you came deep as any ocean
    lord". Probably decided to pull the word "lord" from the cd release to avoid the obvious.

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  11. I'm in Costa Rica on my Honeymoon with my pregnant wife, and I relate to this song so much. I think he is talking to his daughter. So beautiful! This song is two days late for being my wedding song. Such a great album!

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  12. Wrong lyrics folks... 2nd verse says " You came deep as any ocean
    Did something i feel here"

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  13. PLUS... i think he is says "Can't see... our future days"

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  14. he says he believes because he " can't see" ! sorry I disagree

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  15. its just a love song, and a very good one :) its not about god Ed and god do't go together :) you should known that after 20 years :)

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  16. All the missing crooked hearts
    They may die but in us they live on
    ----
    It's just beautiful!

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  17. Do you think this is an appropriate wedding song? I am trying to find a song by PJ for my wedding, and struggling.

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  18. FYI this song is not written by Pearl Jam. It was written by the guys in Fall Out Boy.

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    1. No, it was written by Eddie Vedder. I have the album.

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  19. If I ever were to lose you
    I'd surely lose myself

    Everything I have found dear
    I've not found by myself

    Try and sometimes you'll succeed
    To make this man of me

    All my stolen missing parts
    I've no need for anymore

    I believe
    And I believe cause I can see
    Our future days
    Days of you and me

    Back when I was feeling broken
    I focused on a prayer

    You came deep as any ocean
    Did something out there hear?

    All the complexities and games
    No one wins but somehow they're still played

    All the missing crooked hearts
    They may die but in us they live on

    I believe
    And I believe cause I can see
    Our future days
    Days of you and me

    When hurricanes and cyclones raged
    When winds turned dirt to dust
    When floods they came or tides they raised
    Ever closer became us

    All the promises at sundown
    I've meant them like the rest

    All the demons used to come round
    I'm grateful now they've left

    So persistent in my ways
    Hey Angel I am here to stay
    No resistance, no alarms
    Please, this is just too good to be gone

    I believe
    And I believe cause I can see
    Our future days
    Days of you an me
    You and me
    Days,...
    You and me

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  20. It's dedicated to Ashley Baxter

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  21. Eddie chose the right hand path... all the colors and symbols on this album except the crescent moon point to satanism...

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    1. He took the blue pill.

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  22. Carl,
    I answered your question about the most valuable lesson my LB has taught me so if you have not seen it, go back.

    :0)

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    1. I read that and commented, great post. That's probably one of the most valuable lessons anyone could learn. I wish I knew if my LB could find forgiveness.

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    2. Just keep in mind that "TIME HEALS ALL WOUNDS."
      And then once FORGIVENESS sets in, kisses really smooth over any doubts.
      :O)

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  23. Carl,

    I wanted to touch on some things that you had mentioned and also do some storytelling of my own right now. Things you might find interesting to hear. (?)
    I liked hearing about your Christmastime rituals. :O)
    I too do not practice organized religion but that goes back to Jim Jones & the Kool-Aid incident, more than anything. I think I have burned in to my mind a photographic image of that morning's newspapers with all the dead bodies stacked on top of one another that 100 % turned me off to "religious groups".
    But...
    it was nice to visualize your Johnny Mathis playing or the gingerbread men on the tree and how enticing that would be for a pup. :O)
    I also loved hearing how you enjoy giving presents that you, yourself, have put a good deal of thought in to.
    Gift giving is an ART, unto itself.
    :O)
    You have to be a good listener and/or creative.
    My mother always said, "The trick in gift giving is give them something THEY would like, that maybe they wouldn't be able to do for themselves, even, but don't give someone a gift because you'd like it for yourself."
    And cash is such an easy way to give a gift, too.
    I mean, yes, cash is appreciated but not much thought...
    let me just throw some bills inside this card that I bought that aren't really my thoughts either.
    No creativity in to that. :O(
    So sad.
    ;o)
    I had a boss one time give me & all the other employees, Louis Vuitton coin purses. I kid you not!
    Eeeerrrr....like $150 coin purses. Those things are the size of the palm of my hand.
    No $ inside but she was a Louis Vuitton "whore". She had to have a collection of purses and luggage and my GAWD, it was over the top. So she gifted all of us (6 ladies), LV coin purses because (her words), "I know you'll always think of me when you use it." (???)
    Of course I been the smarmy bitch that I am, replied, "Money would of been nice."
    I don't need or want a coin purse, let alone $150 coin purse!
    So I called the boutique. "We don't give cash refunds, only exchanges." (of course b/c I don't want to look at this thing as a reminder, right?)
    So...I just exchanged it for a passport holder. (!)
    I figure, "Yep, when I'm jet setting, I'm gonna look like a baller."
    ;o)
    She did end up giving all of us $500 a wk later and everyone thanked me for making that remark but...
    GIFT GIVING IS AN ART.
    <3

    Salmon recipes. :O)
    Yum.
    I love salmon.
    On the grill is my favorite method.
    I miss salmon.
    Damn, I need to go find some good salmon, now.
    Hey! Have you ever gone Salmon fishing?
    I think one or two fish can set you up in the freezer for a good length of time.
    :O)

    Now to stranger topics...

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  24. Let's back track here to the comment I made about I, myself, being a happy kid, introspective and inquisitive.
    I've always seemed to come across to a vast majority of people of being this bubbly goofball that likes to snuggle kittens & watch sappy romance movies. That is all good and well, I suppose, but...I have "DEEP" layers.
    ;o)
    I prefer to not "focus" on all that is wrong with the world even though we all are surrounded by it.
    At about 8 years of age, my reading skills/reading comprehension & vocabulary were advanced. And boy did I love to read things that probably were not age appropriate! (Believe that)
    So my awareness, at a young age, was ahead of the pack.

    My home had 2 morning papers hit our front porch every morning and because typically I was the first one up, for hrs on end, I read both The Post & The Star.
    The 3 sections I always went to were-
    The Front Page and then everything inside that section (so national news/world news)
    then The Arts section, all of it
    and then the Obituaries.
    Yes, you read that correct. At 8 years of age, almost every day, I read the obituaries.
    I'd look at the photos of people and read their stories. Read through the names of the people that were left behind. All of it.
    I was fascinated by the Obits more than I was by prostitutes!
    Find an 8 year old little girl today and look at her and imagine her reading the Obits every day or comprehending women selling sexual favors for $50 a trick, all day long.
    Another thing that happened probably around the time I was 10 years old was I "religiously" carried around 'The Book of Lists'. Do you know what that is?
    It's like all this random historic information compiled in to a book.
    Just random factoids.
    Well, one "list" inside the book was The Victims of Jack the Ripper.
    I was curious. Who really was "Jack the Ripper"? Why did he hate women? The list went in to detail on how the bodies of the victims were found, too. Really grotesque stuff. And there I am...absorbing it all.
    Then there's another story of my reading Ann Rule's book 'The Stranger Beside Me' when I was 18 years old.
    I think I read it in one day and then re-read it 2 more times to comprehend fully what Ted Bundy's tricks/cons were in charming his victims.
    Ted Bundy was bad. A Bad Seed.
    But boy he was handsome and charming.
    That stuff played in to his hand.
    And that book gave details on exactly what he did to his victims.
    So...
    my point is I am well aware of the ugliness of the world.
    Just in case you think I'm over here, laughing, and making innuendo and I've nothing else to say besides...
    that is FAR FAR FAR from the reality of what goes on inside my mind
    BUT
    I prefer to focus on the good, the positive and in encouraging people to love themselves & to love others.

    I don't know? I think the rape joke comment really bothered me. I think it hurt my feelings in some way and so I just felt like I needed to clear the air.
    :O)
    I haven't even told you the story, yet, of my getting mugged. Knocked down and dragged on my back on concrete 25 feet then beat...all the while cars drove by me without stopping and how the people in the swank house where it happened in front of told the cops, "We just thought it was kids playing around." and then another man (a witness) told the 911 operator from his on home, where he made the call, after the entire matter went down, "I didn't want to get involved b/c I thought it was Domestic Violence but I want to report I witnessed it."

    :O)
    Not that this has been a HAPPY note but it has been a TELLING one.
    :O)

    If you have any questions or comments, feel free. At this point, I'm pretty stinking open! <3

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    1. There was a case in NYC. It's documented and I will try to find it where over 200 people heard & witnessed a woman getting brutally murdered in the street and no one can to her defense.

      Generally, people don't want to get involved. They want to turn the other cheek.
      Let me try to track down that story if you aren't familiar with it.

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    2. Sorry about that the rape joke comment bothered you. I guess I'm just a little uptight about it still since I just came to that realization here on this message board. I grew up in an environment where everyone in my family was looking for the next thing to make fun of you. If someone had something on you, they'd surely use it to tease and demean you. My dad would tease the kids and my mother so we started doing it to each other. Bad thinking habits that I've mostly purged but they still linger.

      Believe it or not, my nature is to seek the positive. I've had an extraordinary circumstance that led me to a dark place for a long time. I think I'm out of that and back on the lit path. It feels great to be back. BTW I highly recommend Abilify to anyone struggling with depression. :-) I try to avoid medication whenever possible but this stuff is practically harmless and really levels you out in a good way.

      I've seen that kind of thing...people afraid to get involved. It's sad, they don't want to risk becoming that person getting the beating so they do nothing. It's more common than bravery.

      I've always been interested in the macabre too. Here's a song I wrote as a younger lad about the jonestown massacre. :-)

      http://www.soundclick.com/bands/page_songInfo.cfm?bandID=307292&songID=2142414

      Kinda cheesy stuff looking back but we were young and angsty. It was fun being in a heavy rock band.


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    3. Your father and mine sound a tad similar. Let's belittle everyone so that I stay in control of this household. Archaic mindset...blaa.

      Welcome back to the lit path, Carl. :O) (cajoles you closer with a tray of rainbow colored gummy bears) Glad to know you found something that levels out those moments of :o/.
      I too avoid taking prescripts at all costs unless the pain is unbearable. But my history has only been for physical pain. I think my last prescription for anything was for the Brown Recluse Spider Bite I managed to get for the 2nd time in my life! Brown Recluse are VERY bad. That was a year ago.
      But again, good to know you are keeping on top of your mental clarity.

      You wrote a song about the Jonestown Massacre!!! (flabbergasted)

      I noted your macabre leanings, too. Not my thing but...I've no problem with others that are curious about it. I'm sure there are things I find interesting that others don't understand...like...errrr....ummmm. Hmmmmm????
      Actually, I take that back.
      My tastes are completely "normal". :O)
      j/k

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    4. TEMPLE OF THE SERPENT- WOW!!!
      I'm impressed. :O)
      Was that real audio of Jim Jones towards the end?
      F*cking crazy. Like he WAS fucking crazy in a bad way.
      There's crazy good & crazy creepy get the Hell away from me and he was absolutely a brainwasher.
      Brings bank memories of all those photographs in the paper.

      I did like the song...in a metal way. It was groovy. I enjoy grooves. Sorta reminded me of something else too...can't really put my finger on it but...I am impressed.
      :O)

      Ssshhhh, secretly I have a smidge of a crush on Carl but...that's just between me & this keyboard.

      :O)

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  25. It might be KITTY GENOVESE but that happened 3/13/64 with only 38 witnesses.
    I'm thinking of someone named LISA and it was in the 1970s.

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    1. Still searching but while you're at it, read about RENISHA McBRIDE and what happened on the night her cell phone battery was kaput.

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    2. Atlanta Child Murders...read up on that controversy. It might make for an interesting song.

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    3. Ill just add crimelibrary.com if you really want to read some crazy & weird, true stories.

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    4. There are so many brutal tragedies in this world and abuse in so many forms, physical, psychological and just plain old fucked up. It's why you have to appreciate the good people.

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    5. WELL SAID.

      :O)
      <3



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  26. Whoops! Another really good movie to watch which is compelling is 'The Constant Gardner'.

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    1. When you have a spare moment, if you wish, you can suggest 5-10 movies you think I might find interesting or entertaining.

      :O)

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    2. Well, what are 5-10 of your favorite movies? What genres, actors and aspects of film do you like most? subversive writing, subtle acting, grainy cinematography...etc. I LOVE movies from the 70s. I wish people under-acted like they did back then.

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    3. WOW! I am impressed. :O)
      Your observation regarding underacting. (shakes head in disbelief at Carl's understanding)
      I'll give it some thought about my movie choices b/c I have always been an avid movie watcher. I will also give you a small list of actors I've enjoyed.
      Give me some time to figure out my list.
      :O)
      I cannot wait to hear your and see how many we are both fans of...

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    4. FREYA'S LIST OF FLICKS

      This is just some movies I've enjoyed even because of the script, the acting or the cinematography. I probably lean towards really good scriptwriting and cinematography the most. This lists here consists of movies all made in the last 20 years.
      I will try to put together a list of movies that were filmed between 1930-1990 later this evening because as I said, I am an avid movie fan. Use to watch a great deal of murder mysteries/suspense and was really big in to foreign films, for years. I enjoy comedies but moreso black comedy. (thinking man's comedy, as some might perceive it)

      In regards to actors- Kevin Spacey, Cate Blanchett, Woody Harrelson, Bill Murray off the top of my head. I will think of movies those people were in & again get back to you.
      Plus name actors from past eras that we I found impressive.

      These are my suggestions now, though-

      The Matador w/ Kinnear & Bronson
      Diary of a Mad Black Woman (Tyler Perry)
      The Ice Storm w/ Kevin Kline & Sigorney Weaver among others
      House of Flying Daggers (there's a cinematographic masterpiece)
      Syriana w/ George Clooney
      Zombieland w/ Woody Harrelson
      Thank You for Smoking (so stinking on point)
      The Departed w/ DiCaprio, Damon and Nicholson (excellent crime film)
      The Kite Runner
      Bernie w/ Jack Black, Shirley MacLaine & Matthew McConaughey
      12 Years a Slave (moving film based on a true story)
      300 (which typically I wouldn't like something so dark & violent but again the acting & the cinematography is stellar)

      That's my list for now. Let me know what you've already seen off of it. :O)

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  27. Completely different topic-

    EVERYONE HAS THEM SO...
    What are your pet peeves?
    List atleast 3.
    :0)

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  28. I'm still working on the film recommendation list. You listed some good ones. Bill Murray is one of my heroes.

    Pet peeves:
    1. People who wait to speak rather than listen
    2. People who harm animals
    3. Most pretentiousness
    4. People who mistake kindness for weakness

    I'm sure I can think of more.

    I'm guessing that you're a brunette, since you implied that brunettes are the best lovers. ;-)

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    1. Bill Murray- 'Caddyshack' & 'Lost in Translation', I mean, seriously...those two roles are at opposite ends of the spectrum and he pulled both of those characters off in a more than convincing way.

      Did you mean
      1. People who speak rather than listen?

      Did I say "Brunettes are the best lovers." ?
      I thought I just said they give their all during...errrr, nope!, I'm not taking the bait.
      You are trying to trick me in to talking dirty in public!
      CARL!
      ;o)

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    2. When I was 8 I had already decided that my gravestone would read "I came, I saw, I kicked some ass!"

      I mean that some people seem to be simply waiting for their opportunity to speak, rather than really listen in turn.

      This isn't public. You haven't identified yourself. You are free to sleaze it up sista! :)

      I understand.

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    3. You're okay with being buried in the ground, in a box?
      Do you know what they do to bodies at the morgue?!!!!!

      I'll wait for the rest of your answers to my questions before I sleaze it up, btw.

      Wink, wink.
      Cracks a smile and slowly walks away while you are mesmerized by my ass.

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  29. How about you, what are some of your pet peeves? Guys who brag about their manhood?

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    1. Guys that brag about their manhood?!
      Ummmm. No, that's not a peeve.
      Honestly, I've never met anyone that mentioned something like that to me.
      But...I'm also the type of gal that doesn't really pay attention to men's 'packages" like that.
      It never really enters my mind, truthfully.
      I'm being serious.
      I mean, I think the penis, in general, is beautiful, probably how a man would perceive a naked woman's body but...it's just not something that crosses my mind.
      I don't decide to be involved with men according to the size of their cock.
      I'm more interested in their mind & their heart.
      But...that's just me.
      :O)

      My peeves-
      I agree with you on the animal cruelty thing. :O)
      Going to bed with dirty feet. If I don't have time for a shower at night, that's not a big deal but dirty feet in bed, it's not happening.
      All women hate falling in to the toilet in the middle of the night! :O)
      I'm weird about people who blurt out my private info at parties. (don't ask)
      People who kick my seat repeatedly on flights.
      People who expect a tip when they do a lousy job.
      I really weird about Customer Service. So much Customer Service nowadays is practically non-existent.
      I'll agree with you also about the mistaking kindness for being a pushover...it's right up there with you've done 5 things for someone and they still have yet to return the favor once.

      Ok...I've bitch enough. :O)
      I'm at my limit for the month!
      ;o)

      What else do I want to know about you without really "knowing you"?
      Hmmm.

      Do you sleep on your side, on your back or on your stomach?
      Do you have to sleep on a particular side of the bed?
      I often do you hit the snooze button in the morning?

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    3. Oh I hate sleeping with dirty feet. I always wipe my feet in the shower with the water running and then dry them off before bed if I have gross feet. Besides, you don't want that muck in your sheets.

      I've never fallen in the toilet. You must be very petite.

      Yeah, boisterous people at parties in general can be annoying, especially when they get up in your business.

      I can't stand bad service either because I'm a good tipper. I tip 20%+ unless it's noticeably bad, then I bump down to 10%. But If they're rude, they get nothing. If they are insufferable, I'll actually hand them a penny. Well I did that once after a night of clubbing.

      I'm not choosy. I'll sleep any way that's comfortable. Give me a cold pillow and warm socks and I'm happy. I just glance over at the clock rather than hit snooze.

      Sexually, an assertive woman with a playful naughty smile turns me on. Dirty talk whispered in my ear is hot, especially if she doesn't usually curse or talk dirty. Subtle seduction is hot. I like when a woman bites her lip and moans when you turn up the aggression a little and force her body up against a wall. I like full lips. I like white cotton and red satin panties. The biggest sexual turn on is a woman who is confident in bed and wants to please herself as much as you.

      Intelligence is a big turn on. Passion and sincerity. I like a warm personality and natural beauty.

      I like curves, but not muffin tops. I like hips that sway and a little extra junk in the trunk. I like all different body types as long as a woman's generally healthy, takes care of herself and has confidence.

      I can't be with a woman if she can't appreciate stupid humor.

      What about you? What gets you all hot and bothered? :)

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    4. You've never fallen in the toilet because you're a guy!
      Guys has the luxury of women always sitting on the toilet with the seat down thereby there's no surprises in the middle of the night!
      Guys are the ones that lift the seat and walk away!!!

      Now for sure, if we ever get together I'm gonna surprise you one night and laugh when your ass falls in.

      LOL

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    5. It's frightening how similar we are! And that's not a joke.

      I'm glad you understand the dirty feet thing, btw. :O) :O) :O)

      We are similar on the tipping philosophy except I've never done the 1 cent thing. I'd just rather leave nothing. I say everyone starts at 20% and then according to how good they are or how terrible...I take it from there. I've worked for tips before so I fully understand "The Hustle". I think attitude CAN make up for poor service but...bartenders that have bad attitudes AND make a horrible cocktail...I've no pity for. Though it can & does go the other way too. If the service is ABOVE average, I am happy to be generous.

      You sleep with socks on and just glance at the clock?
      Let me ask you this- do you HAVE TO set the alarm OR can you automatically will yourself to wake up on time?

      I get the dirty talk thing. That was something I already picked up on from you.
      I'll admit, it's hot, as long as it's subtle and not every single freaking time.
      If it's done too often, personally, I begin to wonder...like "Do you really love me or...do you just love fucking me?"
      (and Carl, that's not a good thing for a gal to wonder about)

      Was that a white cotton t-shirt and red satin panties?
      You like red underwear. That's about the 3rd time you've mentioned red lingerie.

      So...you enjoy it when a woman knows what it takes to get herself off...and makes you aware of it?
      Ohhhhhh, Carl. Carl, Carl, Carl. (imagine me giving you a playful, naughty smile)
      Tempting Carl.
      Carl is tempting.
      Carl likes intelligence, passion & sincerity.
      Carl enjoys pushing his lover against a wall and hearing her moan in pleasure.
      Carl likes head.
      Got it.
      ;o)

      What gets me going?
      Well, first I need to be physically attracted to a man but let's just fast forward and say, "I'm there."
      I like doing the staring game. You know looking in to one another's eyes.
      That can definitely make my blood flow.
      I enjoy touch and licking. Licking a man's neck.
      I am very astute at picking up on what is makes a man breath heavier and if there's something he enjoys...he's generally not going to complain much if he's won me over.
      I do like a man that smells nice.
      There are a few colognes that I can smell at the counter that automatically make me want to strip right then & there.
      I'm in to sensuality.
      I'm in to making love outdoors.
      I can be a little bit of a voyeur like that...the thrill of getting caught.
      I don't want to get caught but the possibility of getting caught can def get things steamy.
      I love dirty dancing.
      An hr or so of that and it's a done deal.

      But...frick, this IS a public forum I need to mind my manners!
      :O)

      This was Carl's idea. Carl is tempting me!!!!
      LOL

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    6. Oh, I misunderstood. I don't leave the seat up. At least you've never had your junk fall in the toilet. So gross. I once took a 'waist shower' on principle alone.

      An alarm clock is mandatory. Some days I rise and shine of my own free will but I don't trust that methodology enough to put my job on the line.

      Variety is hot too. And I agree, too dirty too often and it looses its wow factor. It's weird for me to have sex if there isn't some sort of emotional connection, even if it's just casual. Some people can have sex without emotion. That seems weird to me...like she's just helping me masturbate with her body.

      Strangely enough I have a thing for plain white cotton panties. I think it's because when you're a 12 year old boy in the days before the internet, all you have is the J.C. Penny's catalog. :co

      I like your checklist of stuff Carl likes. Where do I initial my approval?

      Stealthy sex outdoors can be very fun.

      I guess it's about time I revealed that I am the devil. It's written on holy scroll somewhere that I can only go so long without ID'ing my self as he. It's kind of a pain in the ass but I find that it breaks the ice at cocktail parties. Everybody wants to party with me. I used to be feared...sigh.



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    7. I enjoyed reading your 'hot and bothered' post several times.

      Hey remember when people used this site to talk about Pearl Jam? :-D

      I bet they'd enjoy reading about all this just as much as fan adoration.

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    8. Hot & Bothered post? Which one? You've made me hot & bothered more than once!
      People still use this blog to talk about Pearl Jam, it's just the people are named CARL & FREYA and Pearl Jam is a synonym for "Our sex life together would likely be out of this world, fucking incredible."

      I'm not missing a beat in regards to sooner or later, someone will stumble upon all of this and wonder if we finally said, "We're being foolish. We should just 'Go For It'!"

      And Carl & Freya finally met up. Kissed passionately. Made love outdoors and without dogs in the room!
      Carl loves Freya's blowjobs and Freya comes again & again because Carl has an amazingly talented & beautiful dick.
      And they lived happily ever after and left their story on line for all the world to read!!!

      LOL

      They say that dreams do come true!
      :O)

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    9. By the way, Carl, I could make you come like Robert Plant singing "Whole Lotta Love".

      You wouldn't even ever think of sleeping in anyone else's bed ever again.
      I would blow your mind.

      And that's not an idle threat, Honey. That's a promise.

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    10. Almost forgot!
      The thought of you masturbating turns me on, too. ;o)

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  30. If you were stranded on a desert island for 5 days, what 5 things would you like to have with you?

    What do you thing would cross your mind?

    Are you fast thinking ?

    Would you say you have a good sense of direction (say if you were lost)?

    What virtues, to you, are the most important?

    The last time you helped a complete stranger, exactly how did you HELP them?

    If you had to choose between Thai, Italian, Seafood or a Steakhouse for dinner- you would pick ?

    Some say- "It's the little things that matter most." For you, what are "The Little Things"?

    What household chores do you absolutely despise doing?

    If your dearest friends were to describe you, what are 5 things they would say about you?

    What is something you would like to learn to do, before you're 80 years old?

    Do you speak any other languages besides English fluently? If you could learn another language, what would it be?



    I'm just writing questions as they come to me. Take your time responding. I realize you are still gathering your movie and actors list so...no worries.



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    1. 5day desert island items: Beef Jerky, bottled water, water proof matches, candles and a solar powered radio. My LB lady would cross my mind. At some point I'd probably think of how much I can't stand Charles Grodin.

      I am a very fast thinker, especially in high stress and emergency situations.

      My sense of direction is pretty good. I always get back on course from a detour pretty quickly. I can always keep track of which direction I came from no matter how many twists and turns. The sun and moon help.

      I guess the virtues most important to me are the same as the ones I mentioned that I plan to instill in my son.

      Last week someone left a message on my work answering machine. It was a wrong number from some man in Michigan who was on his way out the door to take a long work trip and he seemed to be dependent on his intended call recipient to have received the message for the trip to be successful. I called him back and let him know that he dialed the wrong number and that his friend didn't get the message. Apparently this helped him out because he seemed pretty thankful and called me 'kind'.

      I love them all but I heart asian food especially. Thai, extra spicy please.

      The little things? That's tough. I guess it depends on what you mean by the little things.

      I hate cleaning the cat box but I have to do it since the wife is preggers. :cP Running to the store for tampons is the only chore I won't do. Other than that I don't mind chores.

      People that know me well would say that I have a good sense of humor, that I'm tenacious, that I'm creative, a self-learner and can be a little insulting at times but in a deliberate fun miscreant way.

      I'd like to learn to sail.

      Je ne parlez pas francais bien. Je suis une cretin d'American.

      If God exists, when I get to the pearly gates I'd want him to say "scrumtrulescent!"

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    2. Wow!
      I'm not kidding you. Damn, you impress the Hell out of me!
      Though I've no clue what SCRUMTRULESCENT means?!?
      Is that a real word???
      Are you going to make me bust out the Websters?!!!

      Seriously, you speak fluent French or like French 102?! ;o)

      Sailing would be fun. Good choice.

      I believe that description of you by your friends is accurate... at least from what I know of you on this computer! LOL

      Thai Food. Carl prefers Xtra Spicy...Thai food and women.
      I've noted that. ;o)

      Your sense of direction and fast thinking skills are on par with mine.
      I guess if we're ever lost in the woods...we'll be getting out faster than you can say, "Run! There's a bear!"

      And Carl, that was KIND what you did for the Wrong Number Man. Most people wouldn't have been so considerate.

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  31. Men are visual creatures but there is more to women than meets the eyes.
    First describe your "Dream Girl" in the physical.
    Now, close your eyes and describe her Essence.

    Are you the type of man that brings home flowers how for "No reason at all." ?

    If you were going to have "GAME NIGHT" at your home, what 3 games do you enjoy playing most?

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    1. My dream girl has long dark brown hair, long legs that go up to heaven, a firm butt with some junk in said trunk, a balanced figure, good bone structure and nice lips. (on her face perv)

      I don't randomly bring home flowers as much as I should but I do try to use my creative noggin and make birthdays and special occasions extra special...when I proposed to my wife, I did it right before the 4th of july grand finale at Longwood Gardens 2010 firework and fountain light show so that our engagement was marked with a firework lit sky and cheering crowd. I try to find gifts and cards that hit the bullseye and make a woman tear up a little. I believe in making the special moments really count...

      Monopoly, poker and Jeopardy.

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    2. Monopoly, Poker & Jeopardy
      Interesting.

      I don't know what to think about the other two paragraphs?
      Can I ask you something, though?
      Why are you chatting with me?
      What intrigues you about me?
      I'm curious.

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    3. I was describing my LB but I am not particular on specific physical traits outside what I mentioned above.

      Well, you have a refreshing energy about you. There is something very fun about how engaging you are. Your curiosity, playfulness, receptiveness to ideas and sense of humor make for a stimulating conversation. And you seem to be generally interested in my half crazed ramblings. :D

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    4. Your ramblings, as you put it, are not crazed or half-crazed. PAHLEASE!
      My goodness, I could spank you. ;o)
      I'm refreshing. Ok, I believe that.
      I've heard it before. That my spin on reality is honest and amusing.
      I'm glad you find me stimulating b/c, again, I think you are way beyond most folks intellect.
      So for me to entertain you...I accept the compliment.
      :O)
      Carl, I think for you, you are so intelligent AND creative that it's difficult for you to identify with people. I think you enjoy the company of people and you take pride in your work but...there's still a void. Something is missing. Like a very important piece of you is missing.
      Maybe it's your LB? I don't know?
      I'm a little concerned though in communicating with you b/c I will be straight up and say, I kinda am developing feelings for you and I don't see it really going anywhere.
      No offense but...I'm confused about what is the point of all of this including the sexual innuendo???
      And then I feel like I'm really short changing the people in my life by maybe fantasizing that you & I have some "connection".
      I mean, we do but do we?

      I'm glad I make you laugh and you enjoy answering my questions but truly what is this about?
      We're beginning to sound as if we're interested in one another!
      Do you realize that?
      Though...I don't have legs up to Heaven like your LB so...I might not be your IDEAL?

      We have a chemistry between us. We may or may not have physical attraction.
      You are getting ready to have a baby AND say you have a LB lady, already.
      So...you tell me.
      As an intelligent man, getting ready to become a father...as a man that shared something with me whom he has never shared with anyone else...
      exactly what is or is not happening between us?
      I don't mean to offend you. I think you are a wonderful and interesting man.
      I believe you have a sincere heart but...
      please, can you help me understand what the point of this all is?
      We've been chatting for a couple months.

      Fill me in. I am listening with my heart & soul.

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  32. Besides Chicken & Rice, what else do you not like to eat ?

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    1. Crow, my hat and anything that hasn't been 'tended to' for too long.

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    2. So Gefilte Fish is ok?

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    3. Wait!
      Are you of French & Jewish decent?

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    4. I am Irish, German and French...an angry drunk with a superiority complex. Somebody was Jewish going back several generations and I believe I'm about 1/32 Jewish, hardly enough to make self-deprecating jokes without drawing a disapproving squint from the Jewish community. I consider myself 100% Carl.

      What about you. What is your heritage?

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    5. You DO have the jokes.
      I might be laughing at that one for a solid month.
      You are VERY clever.
      :0)

      I can see how easy it is to fall for you. I mean, if you have a brain & a sense of humor, it'd be REAL easy to feel the urge to get undressed with you.

      My ancestors were a potluck mix of IRISH, GERMAN, ITALIAN mostly and then Choctaw & Polish a few generations back.
      We're prone to loving booze & sausages.
      Go figure!

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    6. There's a really dirty joke in there if you are at all perverted?

      HO-HUM
      HUMMMM
      HUMMMM
      HUMMER

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    7. I like your assertiveness. Choctaw, that's interesting. Booze and sausages.

      Sounds like my kind of joke. Let's hear it. Feel free to email me the joke of its that racy.

      CJH4267 at yahoo

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    8. Email you? Seriously?
      Hmmmm.

      Decisions. Decisions.

      :O)

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  33. Carl,I just remember another Pet Peeve of mine.
    You will laugh about this likely but I'm really very weird about dogs being in the room when I'm getting it on with a man.
    I know that might sound strange b/c I am an animal lover but I'm not THAT type of animal lover.
    When two people are heating it up and making love, it's driven by a very primal urge.
    The smell that we as humans give off is heightened and dogs are attuned to it and it kinda freaks me out to think in the throws of passion my dogs snout is gojng to wind up in my or my man's
    business.
    Don't laugh!
    I mean it's funny I think like this but it's true.
    So I always need the dog(s) taken out of the room or confined.

    That's def a peeve of mine.

    :0)

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    1. Yeah that's weird. Dogs can be trouble. I mean as long as the animal respects basic physical boundaries it doesn't bother me so much when I look over after sex to see my cat deadpan staring at me from the dresser. I usually forget he's there but a dog can be a problem if he gets excited about you getting excited.

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    2. Make dogs get excited. It's creepy. It can ruin a good passionate romp for me.
      The tail wagging really freaks me out.

      Just the facts.

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  34. Do you have any superstitions?

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    1. Not really. I'm not religious anymore. Zing!

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    2. So if you don't believe in bad luck, you don't believe in good luck.
      Which would mean you don't believe ppl can "Get Lucky?"

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    3. I believe our fates are dictated by a combination of chance, self responsibility and a little bit of 'something else' in the universe that we can't yet put our finger on.

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    4. AGREED. :O)

      There's magic swirling around...but one FEELS it before they SEE it.

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  35. Speaking of music!
    I love music listening and my tastes run the gamut but I've no understanding or comprehension of how to write music or what notes sound like.
    I think as a child when I tried to hear notes, for some reason, it was really difficult for me to distinguish what was what.
    That's when I decided to just listen to songs & not learn to play music.

    Here's my question- when you are playing music with a group of people, how can you hear what you yourself are playing?
    How do you not get swept up in the sound of another instrument?
    How do you distinguish what you are hearing?
    I really don't know how people can do that.
    :0)

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    1. Learning to play a song can ruin its mystique. There are some songs I won't learn for that reason. I've heard people say that the best musicians are avid music listeners. Performances can be very rewarding when the crowd drives the music and the music drives the crowd and the 2 way feedback culminates into a shared experience. Having a shitty night after spending time on rehearsal and equipment loading is a downer. But it's like pizza, even bad nights playing music is still good fun.

      You build a coordinated cohesion with other players...much like a long time lover can finish your sentences, a seasoned musician ebbs and flows with the group...it can also be comparable to a baseball umpire...an umpire watches the bag and listens for the ball hitting the glove to determine whether the runner is out or safe...he doesn't try to see both...you focus on your part and feel the other music...eventually you don't have to focus...you just do it...each instrument generally has its own sonic space, the kick drum is lowest, then the base, then the rhythm guitar, then the vocals, then lead on up to higher frequencies like cymbals etc ...over time it just gets easier as you get more experience playing with other people. I'm a little rusty at the moment but I'm writing an EP at the moment and collaborating with another guy.

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    2. Even though I just read what you wrote and followed what you were saying- I still cannot figure out how you can not mess up with all the layers of sound.
      You must be hearing something I am not wired in to.
      I'm being serious.
      As a listener, I could play 'NAME THAT TUNE' and spank most people but... When I try to imagine playing an instrument it's next to impossible not to get swept up in what someone else is doing.
      I'm telling you, I wasn't wired to be a musician...
      But I am an excellent kisser!!!

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  36. Museums.

    You mentioned the Louvre.
    I mentioned MOMA.

    Question-
    Do you have a favorite museum?

    And have you ever been to the Vatican Museum?
    Or
    the Leonardo di Vinci museum?

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    1. The Franklin Institute in Philly is a fun place for kids and adults to learn about science. I used to love going there as a kid.

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  37. Carl,

    I just noticed a pillow that would look perfect on your office couch!

    It would make a nice gift for you, that is.
    :9)

    The pillow is brown and has a message on it.
    It reads,

    HOW TO HANDLE STRESS LIKE A DOG
    If you can't eat it or play with it, then pee on it and walk away.

    Totally made me think of you!

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    1. You must think I'm a filthy pervert...I'm not saying that I'm not...but you clearly think that. :-)

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    2. What? I think that's a trick question on your part!

      :0)
      You make me laugh.
      You're confusing at times but damn it, amazingly charming.

      You could be a Professional Flirt!!!

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    3. Sign me up!. Do I get to choose who I flirt with or is it down to whoever brings the fistful of dollars? Then again that's got fast-track to male prostitute written all over it. I don't know that I'm ready for that kind of lifestyle. You have to stay in Marky Mark shape all year round for that gig. No room for winter weight.

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    4. You could be DATING COACH with those skills too?
      Like that movie 'HITCH'.
      Have you seen that?
      It's funny.

      Do you get to choose who you flirt with?
      Who could you possibly want to flirt with????
      ;0)

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    5. Flirting gets me in trouble...but its fun. Why doesn't everyone flirt all the time?

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    6. I'll be a dating coach when I manage to make such a comeback that my LB lady shows up at my door in merry widow lingerie and raincoat. Until then I am in no position to assist other people with the ails of love.

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    7. That reminds me of the Older Gent I use to be involved with.
      He said, "I like to flirt. There's no harm in finding a woman attractive. I'm with you but I'm not dead!"
      Yep. I have a thing for CHARMERS. :O)


      He was/is a good man. I learned a great deal from my time with him, I must say.

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    8. Postscript-
      Flirting gets you in trouble b/c people misinterpret your friendliness for desire to take it beyond flirting. See that song 'BLURRED LINES' that's all over Pop Radio.
      If you are attractive & success, your flirting can really put you on thin ice.
      Think of BILL CLINTON, for example.

      It's TRICKY when one is in a deeply committed love relationship to have such a tight bond that flirting with others is seen as harmless.
      Remember "vibes"?
      They actually exist and sometimes what might look innocent to you, Carl, from across the room, is perceived as complete jeopardy to your union.
      It takes excellent communication, superb understanding and SHEER confidence to know/realize/accept your partner naturally tends to flirt and to be alright with it.
      As the one that does flirt, you need to reassure constantly your partner, "You are Number 1. No one will ever fill your shoes. I'd be lost without you."

      Wait...is that this FUTURE DAYS song?!?!

      It just might be!

      :O)

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    9. Late Summer of 2014

      A woman confidently approaches a bungalow in the early evening.
      We only are priviledged enough to see her back side.
      Long dark hair in a cascading flow of curls, black heels with sheer black stockings and a London Fog raincoat.

      "DING! DONG"
      (Rings the doorbell)

      Good old Carl is home alone, re-reading George Carlin.
      He's perplexed by who could possibly be at the door as he anticipated a quiet evening at home.
      He gets up and walks to the door, casually.
      He opens the door and to his shock & delight it's his LB woman!
      Carl's eyes light up.
      "I couldn't find a red Merry Widow but I did find this!"
      His LB woman opens up her raincoat to reveal a very sexy black lace ensemble along with satin red panties.

      "Works for me." responds Carl.

      "Ohhhh, you're gonna work for me, alright." replies Lady LB.

      They embrace in a sensual kiss and the camera fades out.

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    10. I like this ending so much that I couldn't think of a smart-alecky comment to respond to it.

      Two thumbs up! :cD

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    11. Has anyone ever told you that you are an EXCELLENT kisser? :op

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  38. Carl makes me want to take a cold shower.

    Sweet Steamy Dreams, Carl.

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  39. Now I'm thinking our Luda song needs to be 'Representin'.
    Sorry, 'Get Back', you've been replaced!
    ;o)

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  40. KEITH SWEAT- 'NOBODY'

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    1. I've never heard those song but I just read those lyrics. gulp.

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    2. YEPPERS! I is flirting with you. :O)

      LOL

      Have you heard that j/k about the 2 Flirts that met & fell head ver heels in love because of music?


      LOL

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  41. Holy WOWZA!
    There's like an entire fetish community for White Cotton Panties!
    Did you know that?
    That's wild.
    WHO'D OF THUNK?

    Seriously I came across a photo of a gal straddling a gigantic Teddy Bear!

    OMG! The Internet is INSANE!

    LOL

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  42. Internet porn? Oh, yeah I heard about that...ahem.

    Teddy Ruxpin has been a dirty little bear. There's nothing hotter than plush to mouth. A small part of me wants to see that photo for laughs, the rest of me just wants to see the photo. Call me old fashioned but I prefer them on a woman...temporarily anyway.

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    1. Well, I'm not the jealous type or so "out of it" that I don't comprehend men's fascination with porn EVEN THOUGH, real human contact is SO MUCH F*CKIN BETTER...and there IS such a thing as THE TANTRIC EXPEREINCE that is beyond ANY image.
      :9)
      I will send you to the blog where a hot college co-Ed seems to be finding the FAO Schwartz $500 Teddy quite attractive!
      It reminded me of my last dog that use to get his kicks on my roommates stuffed animals so much so that we named the bear, HUMPY.
      :0)

      Carl, you can thank me later.
      LOL
      GOOGLE- sexy white cotton panties and the blog should be at your fingertips.

      Goodness me.
      I'm catering to your fetish.

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    2. Thanks I think I can imagine the pic. Besides I got 99 problems and a bear ain't one of em. It's been a good time flirting and being a goofball with you. Thanks for the cheer up. You are a lot of fun Freya. Have you ever considered becoming an interviewer? Barbara Walters got nothing on your questions. :)

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    3. Huh?
      Are you leaving me?
      :0(
      Was it something I asked you?
      You never answered my question about the movies?
      OMG.
      I wasn't interviewing you, btw.
      I was trying to be your friend.

      I think I feel sad.
      :0(

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    4. Huh? No I was just thanking you for cheering me up. I was in a bad state when I started posting here and I feel a little better.

      Film is a serious topic with me. I'm just about finished my list.

      I mean that your natural inquisitiveness rivals professional interviewers that pose thoughtful questions to draw out an individuals inner self without them realizing it. It's a compliment. :) Nothing to be sad about.

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    5. OOOOoooooooHHHHhhhhh.
      I get it.
      :O)
      ;o)

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  43. Carl,

    When you first started posting here, I noticed how brokenhearted you sounded and felt you did need a real "PICK ME UP". (An ear that was willing to listen to your feelings)
    I'm glad I could do that for. To be there for you.
    I'm even more at peace knowing you are coming through that time of sadness & confusion.
    :O)
    There can be times when so many people nowadays have a difficult time feeling comfortable speaking their truth or for others to truly turn off all that bothers them and focus on the person before them. Technology might be responsible for that in some way, possibly?
    This is why there is only one television in my house and for over 20 years a big rule of mine is
    NO TV IN THE BEDROOM.
    People would do themselves a real justice in their relationships if they listened more closely to the people before them. Simply put, too many distractions.

    Again, I am happy we stumbled across one another here. :O)
    I will chalk it up to synchronicity. :O)

    The conversation has slowly but surely evolved though, I must admit. :O)

    Well, that's what I wanted/needed to share with you.
    Hopefully, the seeds we've planted in one anothers hearts grows in to something beautiful.
    Maybe like the art work accompanied with the song lyrics at the top of the page???

    That would truthfully be THE MAGIC of Communication.

    Take care.

    -Freya

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    1. Well said Freya. :c) With all the negativity and conflict on the internet it's very cool when people can use it instead to share positive energy. Thanks for being a friend to a down hearted chap. You are an exceptional person. :c)

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    2. Thank YOU.
      :0)

      I try.

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  44. My interviewing skills probably can be attributed somewhat to 2 years of High School Journalism and being Editor of the Yearbook.

    Imagine= I kinda sorta maybe in a roundabout way "get people".

    ;o)

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  45. I suggest KITTICHAI in NYC.

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  46. Another movie suggestion-
    'BLESS ME, ULTIMA'

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  47. Ok, I'm going to fire these off in 3 round bursts like a semi.
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    1. I know Zilch! about guns but...ok.

      I'm one of those types of gals that finds comfort in a threatening K9.

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  48. The Panic in Needle Park
    Pacino in his glory days. Two heroin junkies in love.

    The Dark Crystal
    A thinly veiled metaphor for the conflict between eastern and western culture.

    Time Bandits
    Little people, time travel and the cast of Monty Python. Do I even...

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    1. Time Bandits!
      It's been forever. :O)

      The other two I am not familiar with. Wow. I can already tell you've put serious thought in to this.

      :O)

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  49. What happened to your gun, Carl?
    Did it jam???

    :0)

    I've jammed Carl's gun.
    ;0)

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  50. I was going to make that joke. Great minds...I'm not a proponent of automatic weapons.

    I'm trying to avoid the obvious picks but if haven't seen any of the following I recommend seeing them ASAP:

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    1. The Godfather I & II: This is obvious. But anyone who hasn't seen these who enjoys great writing, acting and plot twists, these a must see. The performances of Brando, Pacino, Duvall and Deniro are proof that an actor can be subtle and still make an epic movie. I could spend two more Pearl Jam album blogs writing about this franchise. When someone tells me that they've never seen these movies, to me it's akin to saying, I've never had champagne or chocolate...granted subtlety's not for everyone.

      Glengarry Glen Ross:
      Stellar cast, striking performances and some of the most edgy intense dialogue in film history. Great little movie about the sad world of sales. Always Be Closing!

      The Boiler Room:
      Giovani Ribisi shows off some unexpected serious acting skills. Afleck plays a great no-bullshit junk bond tycoon and the rest of the cast is excellent. Even Vin Diesel gives a great performance. I did a stint in high pressure cold calling and pyramid modeled financial investment sale right out of highschool and this movie nails it.

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    2. I have not seen Godfather 1 or 2.
      Sorry.
      But it allayed sense b/c I don't care much for champagne & am allergic to chocolate.
      I would be willing to watch them both though but if have to be "in the mood" for violence.

      The other 2 films I have seen but it has been years.
      I'm surprised you didn't mention 'No Country For Old Men'?

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    3. All Makes Sense

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    4. I, like millions of film lovers, am a huge Brando junky.

      A Street Named Desire - Classic.

      On The Waterfront - Old John from Oklahoma couldn't be a more perfect choice as Brando's character's brother.

      Apocalypse Now - Another all-star cast and surreal commanding performance. Coppola refused to work with Brando ever again after this movie. This was in the height of his prima donna stage. I'd have put up with his shit over and over if it meant adding more movies like this to my name.

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    5. These are such "GUY" movies.

      Anything for the sweet devilish flicka on the couch beside ya?

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    6. The violence is a bit brutal and a little too real but it's the contrast between underbelly crime boss and adored family patriarch that makes Don Vito Corleone such an interesting character. It's like the Walking Dead; There's violence, but the story is more about relate-able characters and the trials of living than villains and the threat of death, though both intertwine nicely.

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    7. Hmmm...well, if we're talking sexy romance flicks that are men and women friendly...

      9 1/2 weeks. - This movie pushes the envelope of intense sexuality and is just shy of pornography though still a legitimate film.

      Mr. and Mrs. Smith - Pitt for the ladies, Jolie for the men

      Unfaithful - An atypical (and very hot) movie about infidelity

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    8. 9 1/2 Weeks

      (sigh)

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    9. so another job possibility for you could have been movie critic?
      you def have a talent for description.

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    10. Fun movies for everyone...

      The Pirates of Penzance - Great funny musical flick.

      Oliver! - Musical adaptation of Dickens' Oliver Twist

      The Secret of NIMH - Victims of lab animal cruelty become intelligent self aware beings and form their own democratic society in a bush by a farm house after escaping a company called NIMH.

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    11. Eh...movie nerds don't get the girls.

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    12. And of course...

      1. Singles

      2. Pearl Jam Twenty

      3. Into The Wild

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    13. Movie nerds don't get the girls?!
      Are you talking about my Movie Critic comment?
      Surely you jest.
      Apparently, I need to re-program you.
      How many girls does a guy truly "NEED", after all?

      The Pirates of Penzance- it's in regular rotation round these parts.

      I'll give you Singles, just cuz that Debbie character is hilarious.
      PJ 20 is a documentary, btw, so...name 2 other docs you've enjoyed.
      Into the Wild was sad but I've met plenty of people who go out in to the world seeking to find who they are in their heart and manage to find themselves in pickles, just the same.
      I did like the music.
      Sad ending, nevertheless.

      Speaking of sad movies based on real life events, have you seen 'The Stoning of Soraya M.'? I cried like a baby but it based on recent & real events.

      I also suggest 'Hurt Locker'.
      'The Scent of Green Papaya'
      'Snow Falling on Cedars'
      'Farewell My Concubine'

      I could go on & on.

      :O)

      'Waiting for Superman'- about the need for public school reform.



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    14. Upon further thought, I will tell you how many girls a guy really "needs", Carl.
      :9)
      He only needs one, for the long haul.
      One that he seems his best friend but she will only be his best friend if he opens his heart all the way.
      And that needs to be reciprocated too, that kind of friendship.
      He only really needs one.
      All the others can't & won't compare.

      In other news, I emailed you my phone number.
      This is not an Aprils Fools either.
      If you have balls, you'll call me.
      :9)
      If you would like to be caressed in all the right places, you'll call me.
      :9)
      I'm not really wanting to tell you the thoughts I've been having about you via this blog or in an email.
      ;9)

      And how bad can talking on the phone really get between us?
      LOL

      What do you say?

      I say "Ring My Bell."

      :0)

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  51. Regardless if you wish to believe this or not, there is a comedic porn in our future.

    How can there not be?

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    1. Let me clarify that.
      When I say 'COMEDIC PORN', I don't mean a real film crew and a script.
      It's moreso the fantasy of doing it.

      Why am I envisioning LL COOL J's 'Doing It' video?

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    2. Whew, I don't know if I could feel arouse with a red clown nose on. "Hey watch out for that banana...[slips and falls into reverse cowgirl position] ...peel."

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    3. I'm laughing too hard to really think of anything remotely slick.

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  52. We would have to be disguised tho.
    I'll let you figure out our "characters".

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    1. You make me think of the naughtiest things. How in the world do you do that to me?

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    2. Every time a woman near me is driven to feverish levels of heightened arousal, they always want to blame me. It takes two to tango...gee wiz.

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    3. "Feverish levels of heighten arousal"-

      Do you always hit the mark with your arrow like that?!!!

      FINE.
      I take responsibility for...Ummm....
      I take responsibility for....
      I can't tell you, it's too XXX.

      Sorry.

      LOL

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  53. I wanted to make a Pearl Jam related comment here regarding all the posts we've made from the beginning.

    Have you heard that song 'Inside Job', Carl?

    Well I was just listening to it during my commute home.

    And it got me thinking-
    I feel like all the exchanges between us here have been a communicative foreplay.
    Do I really think IF we were to be together our bedroom trysts would be comedic or pornographic?
    NOT ONE BIT.
    I believe that's just you & I being smart ass flirts in cyberspace.
    :9)
    Nothing wrong with that at all.

    In truth, in reality, I think we'd be amazing friends and even more incredible lovers.
    :0)
    If we were to get together, I think our intimacy would be genuine & beautiful and our coupledom would probably be romantic as humanly possible.
    I also think it would be a good deal of fun.
    With some bad days thrown in too to balance things out.

    Yeah so that's my sappy syrupy spin on this here blog.

    Signed,

    Patience is but another Virtue

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    1. Now you're getting me all worked up. Very bad. ;c)

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    2. Bad means Good, right?! :O) :O) :O)

      (nods head affirmatively as she returns to bed)

      Thinks of that Mae West quote.

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  54. Let me ask you this then, Carl, straight up,

    Do you typically have this much repore with women?
    The back & forth between you & I.
    Is this standard for you?
    Be honest.

    And then go put on Cameo's 'Back & Forth' for a smile.
    I heart Cameo.
    One of my Top 5 concerts ever in my life. (1990 in a tiny nightclub on the waterfront dock)

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    1. And that was a cameo by the Mr. Miles Davis in their video, too.

      So speaking of Jazz music- if you don't have it in your collection, you might wish to purchase Alice Coltrane's 'Journey in Satchidananda' album.
      Very, how do you say, sensuous to the ears.

      It's perfect for a night cap by the fire.

      (I'm just setting up the scene)

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    2. I'm no player but I've a modest history of flirting with similar minded ladies. I like to be silly and I like women so combining the two is a an obvious fun time. I don't flirt with just anyone who will entertain it...they've got to be on a similar wave length...read: they've gotta get me and be able retort. Sometimes it's courting and sometimes it's enjoying the moment and making someone smile. I like makng women smile...especially cute ones. :c)

      Forgive me if I seem to be manipulating or leading you on. I like you. I'm not sure it makes sense to pursue something new and introduce another person into my already convoluted love life. Between my wife, son and unquenchable flame for LB lady I'm already in a complicated place. If things were different it would make more sense and I'd be very interested in seeing where our online friendship could go. But it wouldn't be fair to anyone to create a risky mess right now.

      Also, how do I know you're not a balding middle aged guy who's just messing with me to kill free time? This is the internet. Kidding :c)

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    3. I love jazz. I'm familiar with john but I've never heard Alice's stuff. Checking it out..

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    4. You would KNOW for a fact by a phone conversation same for me.

      I think there's a great deal of truth in the fact that you take great pleasure & satisfaction in flirting.
      I absolutely see, hear & believe that but...
      After a while, I get to the point where I'm like "This guy is all talk and no action."

      That's just about the time I decide to invest my energy elsewhere.

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  55. That being said you are a very special unique person and I also see a connection between us. I just don't think it's a good idea to pursue something in my circumstance. It wouldn't be fair to you either. You're much too good to play second banana to another lady.

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    1. I never play seconds, ever.
      I have way too much to lose and honestly, I don't have to.

      It's just not my style.

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  56. I just broke up with my Blog Pseudo Lover!
    :9(
    Boy, I'll never do this again.

    There's a whole lot to say for standing before someone, looking them in the eye and saying "Hi".

    Good luck with all your relationships, Carl.
    You have my number if you need to talk.

    Take care.

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  57. I'm really sorry if I upset you Freya. You are too sweet and special not to be honest with. I don't remember you giving me your number else I'd have called you to speak person to person rather than here. :c/

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  58. Nobody sent me a phone number. This is a goof on me isn't it?

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  59. Carl,

    I apologize, sincerely, I have the utmost respect for you AND for myself.
    The truth of the matter is I have strangely developed feelings for you...and you are NOT available.
    You probably will never be available.
    I feel like I need to get a hold of what is going on.
    I feel like I'm getting "catfished" here and I do not like it.
    I'm allowed to feel this way, too.
    You have a sticky situation already without my entering the picture.
    Isn't it fair for me to say, "I need to back up and re-evaluate what is happening here." ?
    I did send you my number so if you didn't get it (?) even it's in your spam mail or it's floating around in cyberspace waiting to land?

    We do not need to talk though.
    It's not necessary.
    I just need to "let this go" (the feelings I've started to develop) and bounce.

    I am happy you feel better than you did, initially.
    I'm overjoyed, to tell you the truth.
    It bothers me to hear people who are distraught over love.

    Do I think you have a certain magnetism that women would easily find appealing?
    YES. Obviously.
    I think, especially, a woman with a lick of sense would find you incredibly good company...if they can give & take a joke, it's a no-brainer, you're probably as good in bed as you seem to believe.
    The majority of women, FYI, will have an easier time having an orgasm or multiple orgasms IF a man can make her relax and she feels "safe" with him.
    You're that type of man, Carl.
    FYI- the majority of women WANT great sex but many men don't understand women!
    You do, Carl.

    So, again, YES, you probably could teach other men how to win a woman's heart!!!!
    I'm just stating THE FACTS.
    I'm just telling you how I'm "READING" you.

    But again, you are NOT available so...what am I doing?
    I'm playing a "Head Game".
    That's why I'm folding on this.

    Do not take it personally, please.
    I'd flippin' bed your butt, in a heartbeat.
    Obviously, just go re-read a bunch of this blog!
    But again, we need to just stop.

    Let's just stop.

    Let's just make peace and go live our lives and...it's ok.
    :O)

    I still have respect for you & you for me and
    we have an understanding.

    I wish you all the best with your impending fatherhood and with the possibility of maybe someday finally making amends with your LB Lady.

    With kindness & genuine sincerity,
    FREYA

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  60. Thank you for listening to me, too, btw.
    You are a GREAT listener.

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  61. I believe when a person (Soul) unites with the one person they were meant to BE with-
    only then will their mind, heart & third eye open fully to show them just how beautiful & magical life beyond this world is.

    THAT IS WHAT I WOULD DEEM
    A HUMAN "LIGHTNING BOLT".

    <3

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  62. Book Suggestion for the Curious

    AWAKENING the THIRD EYE
    by Lujan Matus

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  63. TANTRIC QUEST
    by Daniel Odier

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  64. Completely left of centre but
    3 Animated Movies of recent years worth watching are

    UP

    EPIC

    WALL-E


    :0)

    Reminding oneself of what it's like to see the world from a child's perspective is healthy.

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    1. Since you appreciate silly fun,
      please find a moment to watch Beverly Hills Chihuahua 2.

      It's chuckle worthy.

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    2. I just watched the trailor for Beverly Hills Chihuahua 2 on youtube and...[holds back head to keep tears from flowing] wow...the beauty is so powerful it wrenches the heart and filled me with an overwhelming sense of both vulnerability and pride in the human spirit. I laughed, I cried, I felt. George Lopez IS the Marlon Brando of miniature dog voices. Bello Bello!

      So they made 2 of these then?

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    3. I take it that you never once had the honor of watching Lancelot Link, Secret Chimp, as a child?

      Same premise.

      WARNING-
      DO NOT, I REPEAT, DO NOT, WATCH BHC or LL, SC ever!
      either under the influence of maryjane
      OR with children.
      You might just laugh yer ass off!

      Even only 10 minutes of slight snickering WILL extend your life by an hour...
      (whispering) which means an extra hr of hanky panky, in the shower, with your amour.

      :O)

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    4. You might find these CDs entertaining on road trips with the baby-

      MUSIC TOGETHER (an entire series- I enjoy Bells #4 song 'Two Little Kitty Cats')

      KIDS JUKE BOX
      personalized music
      Every song they insert your child's name in- kinda fun.

      BETH MANNER'S
      Playtime Spanish for Kids
      Stories/Games/Songs

      and A MUST IF YOU LOVE TO LAUGH AT SILLY & WITTY JOKES-
      HANK the COWDOG series
      Seriously, it's really entertaining.

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  65. We were supposed to STOP doing that? ...oh.

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  66. Stop pinching my ass, Carl.

    ;0)

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  67. ...there was a fuzzy. ;-)

    5 or so.

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    1. There was NOT a fuzzy!

      You took pleasure in watching me scream, "Ohhh!"



      (There you managed to get two for the road from me!)

      I suggest taking the suggestion from the that snoopy man, hanging out the window, in
      'It's a Wonderful Life' (when George is walking Mary home from the dance).

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    2. SUGGEST TAKING THE SUGGESTION. (?)

      DID I JUST WRITE THAT?

      WELL, THEN, YOU TRICKED ME IN TO WRITING 3 POSTS!

      Carl has that way about him.

      (once again, Carl's eyes are fixated on that curvy tush of mine as I slowly, walk away....)

      Start the clock...













      Pssst!
      Put on some walking shoes and catch up to me, in REAL LIFE, not cyber space.

      :O)

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  68. WHAT JUST HAPPENED HERE?

    I BAIL ON THIS BLOG FOR 1 MONTH AND RETURN TO SOME
    GRANDIOSE LOVE LETTER LEFT OPENED!?!

    STRANGER THAN FICTION

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  69. Lolly Pops, I will confess.
    I wanted to do this the other day but Carl was against it.
    On April Fools, I WAS going to admit that Carl & I know one another and we actually work together in the L.A. area as scriptwriters.
    We are, in fact, a couple.
    Carl is from Boston while I am from Orange County.
    We met in NYC while at school.
    We're HUGE Pearl Jam fans, too.
    :O)
    We loved their new album, Lightning Bolt, so much , we decided to try to "create" (Sorry, Folks!), we attempted to spin a yarn about how possibly LB could be a compilation album.
    I mean, to us, you could build a story around an album just look at what happened with Pink Floyd & The Wizard of Oz!!! :O)
    So we made up most of what you have read. (Again, I apologize to anyone who might have thought we were complete strangers.)
    There were times when we decided to not communicate other than this blog, just to see how we could improvise on the charters of Carl & Freya but every so often would interject with our REAL lives.
    Carl mentioning the Boston Marathon or my with the Lipstick Lesbian story.
    And of course, b/c we are a REAL LIFE COUPLE, our sex life seeped in to the story line!
    :O)
    We're really naughty like that. LOL
    S O R R Y .

    So that's the dilly-oh.

    We tried to build a script around an album.
    Don't hate us, please.
    We're just trying to make it in HOLLYWOOD.

    We thought maybe it might work but...I don't know?
    Maybe not?

    So that's my "CONFESSION".

    Joyfully,

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  70. I did not make up that part though about Carl being the type of man to please a woman in bed.
    The part about how women want great sex but need to feel safe and how he, the love of my life, understands women.
    Carl is that amazing of a man.
    :0)

    But anyhow, we will work on our joint project in private now and leave Pearl Jam & their Jammers out of it.
    Unless of course, they would like to introduce us to Cameron Crowe?
    :0)
    Carl & I are really big fans of CC & enjoyed especially 'ALMOST FAMOUS'.

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  71. Concept: a heartbroken man with a disturbing past realizes he's in love with a woman he hasn't seen for 4 years and reaches out to complete strangers for advice on how best to stalk the woman into loving him again. Several people respond to his postings on a rock band blog site including a woman named Freya. That's when he and Freya form this chance internet friendship and we see the man emerge from his depressed state as he tells his compelling story. The two engage each other in playful banter, things escalate and we find the two in a state of attraction which eventually creates conflict and the story ends without romantic resolve as the two continue on their separate paths in their individual journeys. We've been bouncing this for months and wanted to see if it people thought it was compelling enough to be good writing. I think I overplayed a bit of it that we'll need to reign in...the FBI investigation, employer lawsuit and yoga studio confrontation were a little extraneous to the core story but I think most of it's pretty usable if polished up a bit.

    I don't see a Coen brothers movie coming out of it but it's got Sundance potential.

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  72. ...a 'last of Generation-X coming of age story'. (RIP Kurt Cobain).

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    1. Babe,

      Maybe Sundance....someday. It definitely needs "some polish". :O)

      I was going to tell Lolly that I am serious about what my pet peeves are, what my turn ons are & that you are the love of my life. (awe)
      The remainder of stuff take with a grain of salt & a shot of tequila (like Carl mentioned before).

      And now, let's go get some Thai Food!
      :O)

      Postscript-
      I still think Comedic Porn would appeal to some,
      ;o)

      LOL

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  73. And I'm sorry if people believed the conversation.
    Don't read everything you read! Especially on THE INTERNET!

    (shakes head in disbelief, smiles at Carl from across the room)

    Credits roll...

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  74. DON'T BELIEVE EVERYTHING YOU READ.

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  75. ZACK AND MIRI MAKE A PORNO IS A MOVIE SO IT'S ALREADY BEEN DONE. KEVIN SMITH DIRECTED IT.

    WELL I WAS BELIEVING THIS FOR A WHILE BUT NOW GOING BACK IT ALL MAKES SENSE, WHAT YOU TWO SAY.
    ESPECIALLY WHEN CARL WROTE THAT WEIRD MADE UP PART ABOUT THE TRANNY.

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  76. The tranny twist was funny. What planet are you from?

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  77. The childhood stuff is real. I drew that from life experience.

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