||[Oct. 6th, 2007|10:25 am]
Sex sex sex sex|
violence violence violence
sex sex sex more sex
violence violence vicious violence
sex sax sex naughty dirty sex
violence violins violence maiming
sex kinky sex friendly sex implied sex
violence gunshots in the night
sex and violence
This should boost my journal's ratings...
I'll take the sax, violins and weasel, please. :D
weasel weasel weasel STOAT!
What was the rest of that you just said ? :)
(It's a naturally funny word that I tend to tack onto the end of posts, polls especially.)
Its also a part of an inside joke between Garr and I - our entire relationship is based on weasels (long story). So it was particularly funny to see it show up in a post about sex ;)
Heh. No connection, I assure you. I was inspired by a Dave Barry column about naturally funny words. If you watch my polls here, particularly, there's always a weasel in there.
Blood blood Marilyn Manson
I like the "sex" part.
Also the "kinky" part is pretty nice too.
(hey, I live in Portland now... they're freakin' EVERYWHERE!)
I've never seen one. I've seen beavers and otters when I was on night watch fifteen years ago, possums and raccoons and squirrles all over the place, the odd wild rat, but no nutria.
Seriously? 'Cause, wow, they're like everywhere around here. Whereabouts do you live? First time I saw one, I was at the library in Milwaukie; it fronts on a stream, and there's a little ampitheater-like area out behind the library right by the stream. A mom and daughter were there with bread to feed the ducks and nutria, while I had my snake with me. I guess the way I was holding my snake made it look like I was holding food, 'cause one of the durn things nearly climbed up my leg to get to him! They have no fear. Which can be kinda creepy when they're charging you, 'cause they're big suckers with scary sharp yellow teeth...
East county, down town. I was on Swan Island when I saw the beavers and otters.
How ib is the snake? Could you solve some of the nutria over population and save some money on snake food?
Unfortunately, he's a rosy boa, which is a very small boa constrictor. He's a baby, just over a year old, but even at full growth won't clear 2-3 feet in length. As to diameter, well, these guys stay on mice their whole lives. They do get big enough that another snake that size would be eating rats, but they have a very small gape, so they eat mice, and just eat more frequently (weekly, as opposed to every few weeks).
Would have been a great idea, otherwise... ;)
Yiff yiff yiff yiff, yiff yiff yiff yiff-yiff. Yiff. Yiff yiff?