Sunday, September 25, 2005

jewlicious is lovely...and so are you

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My face hurts. I'm smiling too much. Is this a problem?

tzipi i hope your house didn't blow away. and i hope your kittens arent wet.

rosh hashanah is days away! i need to make amends. to all the people i've offended: i probably did it on purpose. im kinda sorry, but don't worry, im sure it will develop into full onjewish guilt by friday, right before the sabbath, which i dont keep anymore, or really ever did, but im with that.

there's nothing worse than a pretentious writer. (i might be one of them [i probably am (but i just don't want to admit it [for some reason])]) i was talking with one of them today. man. conversation is like driving a car with almost no gas, where youre desperate for a way out, the gas pump looming up ahead.

Do you any of you readers dig that stream of conciousness stuff I've done a couple of inches below?

i do.

spread the love, buddhadharma style! and stay jewlicious!

love, me

13 Comments:

At 10:55 PM, Blogger BrownsvilleGirl said...

"there's nothing worse than a pretentious writer."

Amen.

I had a very long discussion with a friend who writes great plays (also still a student) about how much we can't stand people who say, "I'm a writer." Please, please do not lay claim to have mastered an art. You can call yourself a writer if you've made money off your writings (like a lawyer and banker will call themselves such). But if you just write, say, "I write." Don't mind if I rant, because I'm not done. About 70% or so of the people I tell I'm a Creative Writing major to look the other way. 30% respond by telling me, "oh really, I'm a writer!" And I think, "shut the freak up. You are not. Because if you were, you wouldn't be saying that in that 'approve of me' tone." Anyway, it gets on my nerves, so for the fiction workshop class I'm taking this semester (not sure why, I can't do fiction), I wrote a story and the first line is "Toby Richman was a writer." I thought it'd be funny to poke fun back at all those "writers." But no one in my class got that part of the joke. 'Twas funnier even then! Okay, I'm done now.

 
At 12:28 AM, Anonymous michael said...

Hey Dina. I'm a writer. HAH

I dig the stream of consciousness prosody jive. Makes me wanna crack open a benzedrine inhaler and put on some Mingus.

...but a lot of things make me want to do that...

 
At 12:34 AM, Blogger Aaron said...

Rugelach, how 'bout I introduce myself with: "Hi, I'm one who writes!" Shake hands, and leave it at that? It's either that or "I'm Rick James, bitch!"

Michael, welcome to kosher confessions, though I must confess, I haven't been doing that much confessing lately. Wait, I did try 4 types of tequila at a party, each one twice, and spent last weekend making out with the toilet bowl, and then a half-greek half mexican girl. (After I threw up...Dig It!)

 
At 2:58 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

aaron rides the snake. a green snake. like jim morrison.

i just noticed that in order to post an anonymous comment you have to type in a funny looking colored word of jibberish. mine is curvy and green and says "cuvsg". and i believe it stands for
curvysnakegreen, which uroborosly goes back to how this post started. these little posting things are cleverer than they look.

-so?

 
At 11:23 PM, Anonymous michael said...

I hear your confession, although I am concerned for your immortal soul, my son. More importantly, I am concerned for the oral hygiene of said half-Greek half-Mexican girl who was making out with a vomity-mouth Jew. It reminds me of the movie The Believer, which features a Jewish Nazi whose freaky shiksa girlfriend sucks vomit off his lips.

The lesson? Tequila is evil.

 
At 11:26 PM, Blogger Aaron said...

that's one.

Lesson two? That half Greek half Mexican girl? Yeah. She's got strep now.

:)

 
At 12:16 AM, Anonymous michael said...

V'imru:

Amen.

 
At 12:17 AM, Blogger Aaron said...

Thank god yom kippur is coming up...She'll never though! My code word for commenting is guhhhfep!

 
At 5:21 AM, Blogger BrownsvilleGirl said...

Ugh, Michael, you remind me of a really bad experience once when I was much younger that involves a guy who hadn't brushed his teeth in what seemed like months.

 
At 7:18 AM, Blogger Esther Kustanowitz said...

4 types of tequila at a party, each one twice, and spent last weekend making out with the toilet bowl, and then a half-greek half mexican girl.

Maybe I've been out of college too long...but, um, ew.

If only two of those tequilas were two kinds of grappa or ouzo, that would make more sense...

 
At 9:45 AM, Blogger Aaron said...

quando mi manca la grappa!

 
At 9:12 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Salve Aroon,

Visto che scrivi in Italiano; ti rispondo anche in Italiano.:)
Mi piace il tuo Blog, hai un modo sarcasmo da scrivere..
Sai, se vuoi ti mando un grande bottiglia di grappa; bello fresco dal Italia :)
Dunque; Un shana tova per te..en per gli altri.

Daniela

 
At 2:15 PM, Blogger Aaron said...

d'accordo! dove sei, e tu chi sei? come ti conosco, da ucsb?

 

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