I would literally die for them.
Friday, February 29, 2008
I would literally die for them.
Thursday, February 28, 2008
After a bit of research I finally found out how to find what keywords are used to get to my blog… other than you usual beauties that is!
Good grief, I was horrified!!!
I won’t tell you about the absolute perverted, sick, certifiable people out there… and the search words they use, these are some of the more amusing ones… and made me realize that i am normal, thank God, after all!
Testicle door knocker ~ I’m sorry did I ever write about this…??
Ass updates ~ oh my word, that makes no sense at all…
how to fuck yourself in the ass ~ huh??? Get help!!! Today!
you've got sweetness ass in the world ~ aha…yes I do ;)
my best friend loves my moms ass~ you have a problem bud, be afraid, be very afraid.
Sweetest Ass In The World 2008 ~ this can be so much fun… mwhahahahahahaha!
what a child can say to a second time divorcee~ i hope it wasn’t a kid googling this phrase, that is just sad…
irish blowjobs~ ??? hmmm I think I’ll have to google that too ;)
sweet old ass~ yuck yuck yuck… gross
i rest my case... i am normal after all!
Tuesday, February 26, 2008
i got a pay raise... oh yeah... not huge but makes quite a difference...
Monday, February 25, 2008
Friday, February 22, 2008
whispered sweet nothings by... Sweets at 8:03 AM
Thursday, February 21, 2008
Wednesday, February 20, 2008
- kids, family (good save eh? put them together like that)
- penis, really good point Matt, just a little bit weird listing my need for a penis together with my kids on the same list, but important? hell yes
- toilet paper, tampons and moisturizer (haha, yeah tampons are actually more important than TP, believe me) and don't forget the toothbrush
- health and running shoes
- food, friends and laughter
remember i wasn't planning to enter survivor, it was just a sort of wishy washy list that ~ i don't know... seemed relevant at the time.... mwhhhhhhhhhhhhahahahahahaha... obviously not :)
another thing... i got a sms from Sheebee last night... she told me to tell you all that she's fine, she said she's distracted at the moment.... i hope for her sake it's something on my list... wink wink... that's distracting her... i worry about her too much... sheebee return to blogland soon please, we all miss you!!
ok, beware i have a severe case of pms brewing... and this is what happens when i get pms:
Tuesday, February 19, 2008
- my kids
- running shoes
whispered sweet nothings by... Sweets at 10:04 AM
Monday, February 18, 2008
whispered sweet nothings by... Sweets at 9:44 AM
Friday, February 15, 2008
whispered sweet nothings by... Sweets at 8:05 PM
Thursday, February 14, 2008
Wednesday, February 13, 2008
whispered sweet nothings by... Sweets at 10:51 AM
Tuesday, February 12, 2008
- school taught me to have a thick skin, kids are the cruelest creatures that have ever existed, this is quite a handy tool to carry with you throughout your life... i still remember bursting out in tears when one boy asked why i wore lipstick to school in grade 1, i was highly offended, i had natural red little lips, for some reason i took this as a huge insult...
- we had these clubs going where you could exchange things like writing paper... oh boy that was the highlight of our year... i learnt how to negotiate to trade five sheets of really pretty paper for my one sheet of absolutely beautiful writing paper.... LOL .... good grief ....
- in high school, the higher you pulled up your dress~ the more attention you got...
- to scream like a woman posessed when your school team is winning a rugby game
- to laugh with your mouth open and legs spread next to your ears because that joke told was just the funniest thing you've ever heard, and you're friends don't laugh at you cause their legs are in exaclty the same position as yours...
- to eat as much as possible sweets during break if it's someone's birthday and to not worry about the weight you might put on
- to make friends that you will call your best friends for the rest of your life
- that share your memories of your first kiss, your first period and your first party is quite something to reminiscent about when you're 36 ... because your best friend when you were 8 is still one of your best friends when you are 36
whispered sweet nothings by... Sweets at 12:11 PM
Monday, February 11, 2008
Sunday, February 10, 2008
whispered sweet nothings by... Sweets at 9:48 AM
Thursday, February 7, 2008
50 things about me… Expensive mistakes tagged me...
Good luck reading this!
- I’m grossly impatient, not a good characteristic I know but it gets the job done, that’s about the only good thing about it.
- I love my hobbies, crafty things, but I haven’t done anything in about 2 years.
- I don’t like to cuddle, except with my kids, I think I should talk to my shrink about this. I'm not a pedophile or a child molester so don't worry.
- I don’t go to my shrink anymore, I went for about 6 sessions, my sister insisted, and I have to admit it did wonders for me, but I was impatient, didn’t like the waiting and working through issues, so the last time I just told her: I think I’m healed… halleluja it’s a miracle!
- I have green fingers, not literally har har… but haven’t planted anything in years.
- There is a pattern here…I need to start gardening and making crafty things.
- I love nurseries, all those plants… I love buying plants almost as much as I like…
- stationary… pens, pencils, notebooks… I love buying stationary almost as much as I like…
- sex… yes face it if you don’t like sex, you’re doing something wrong.
- I work because I have to not because I want to. This is not good; I need to change my attitude.
- I am by nature not a goal oriented person but recently I have changed... and for some reason I don’t like change. That just doesn't make any sense now does it?
- I am a rehabilitated nail biter.
- I am addicted to coffee and cigarettes.
- I don’t like alcohol much, I go through phases, I recently ended my G&T phase, I’m quite sad about that but maybe I drank too much of the stuff. Before that it was spritzers, a mix between white wine and sprite. I tried red wine but I don’t like it much, maybe I should buy wine that costs more than R30 a bottle, apparently that helps.
- I don’t cook. I prepare food but I don’t cook, there is a difference. I hate even having a kitchen in my house, if I wasn’t responsible for the well being of two short people I would never ever cook.
- Having said that I I love watching cooking channels.
- I am an insomniac.
- Eating bananas makes me sleepy; I think I should donate my body to science when I die.
- Guess what I do in the middle of night when I can’t sleep? I eat a banana.
- I hate cell phones. I know they're handy but the person who developed them shouldn’t be proud of himself.
- I am a right brainer. This basically means that I struggle to learn things left brainers fly through. I wish somebody told me this when I was at school it would have saved me many moments of feeling like the dumbest kid in my class.
- I hate cleaning up my email inbox.
- The fact that blogger's spell checker doesn't work is driving me barking mad.
- I have bunions, yikes eh? They developed at a very young age, so I’ve never really wore high heels much so you barely notice them now.
- I love panties. I have a huge drawer full of them. If I go shopping and I see a beautiful panty, I have to buy it.
- I don’t think UFO’s exist, really that’s just dumb.
- There is a reason why I don’t get DSTV (cable tv?). I would never move away from the TV. I get addicted to TV so I don’t even tempt myself.
- I haven’t pampered myself in a long long time; I do my own facials, pedicures and manicures. The only thing I have done is my hair and my eyebrows.
- I started sprouting grey hair when I was 21, very unfair.
- I’ve only broken one bone in my body, my ankle bone… it’s connected to my leg bone, my leg bone’s connected to my knee bone… I love that song, why? I really don’t know.
- I love music but can never remember artist’s names or song names.
- Dancing? Can’t dance but love to dance anyway.
- One of the most difficult things of all time for me is to save money, I intend to go on a mommy~and~two~boys Christmas holiday and plan to save as much as I can. I actually saved some money in January.
- I don’t like ice cream, except Danish chocolate ice cream.
- You will be able to get anything out of me if you give me a packet of Simba Salt and Vinegar chips. Sinful.
- Did I mention that I like Simba Salt and Vinegar chips, I really do.
- I also like cocktail pickles, the small potent kind.
- As soon as I get a raise in March I plan get myself a cleaning lady, but maybe I shouldn’t count my chickens yet.
- I love cheap sunglasses. I have the coolest pair at the moment.
- Silver jewelry is what I wear, I love rings and bangles.
- When the phone rings at home, I have to answer it, like when someone is at the door. I am too curious to not answer, how do people just leave a phone ringing or the doorbell... how do people do that?
- I buy myself a diary every year but never use it; I like the idea of having a diary.
- I am a big spender. I have consolidated all my debt and am now debt free, except of course for the loan at the bank. I am surprising myself; I haven’t made new debt in 6 months.
- I see my parents basically every day. I love them dearly and can’t even bear the thought that something is going to happen to them some day.
- I know when I’m really really really sick; all I want then is my Mom. I am such a baby.
- I’m not a girly girl, I should try harder but I just don’t. If I could wear jeans and t-shirts every single day of my life I would be in heaven. I put on make up in the morning and for the rest of the day I don't look at a mirror again.
- I am a glass~half~full type of person. Negative people gives me the heebeejeebees.
- Lions scare me.
- I love toilet paper with pretty pictures on. Such a waste of a pretty picture but hey that’s the way the cookie crumbles.
- I’ve always wanted a horse of my own; I should really make a plan.
dang... i did it!!!
i now have to tag somebody...hmmm... who to pick...?? i would love to pick Kyk but he just won't do it... so i think i'll tag... Birdget...i mean Bridget and.... Elise... come on girl friends, it's actually quite fun.... and Kyk get with the program dude you are way too secretive!
Wednesday, February 6, 2008
Tuesday, February 5, 2008
i don't like to write about politics but this is just too good to not share with you... the piece was written by Chris Moerdyk and I think it's brilliant...
We can weather this storm!
05/02/2008 08:44 - (SA)
I don't know whether to laugh or cry when I listen to the current favourite topic of conversation in South Africa right now. The one about the country falling apart because of power outages and political upheavals. Always followed by a decision that it's time once again to consider packing for Perth.
The way some people are wailing and gnashing their teeth and phoning to get quotes for international removals, you'd swear that this was the first time South Africa has ever had any sort of problem. That it was the first time everything looked like it was going to fall apart at the seams and become an ungovernable hellhole of civil disobedience and a kakistocracy of note.
For heaven's sake - doesn't anyone remember how South Africans have overcome all sorts of far worse trials and tribulations? How this country has been the envy of the world in the way it was able to face up to and solve seemingly insurmountable problems?
South Africa's best effort by far was coming through the apartheid era without a bloody civil war. The black people of this country showed phenomenal tolerance and patience. The whites who kept voting the Nats into power (isn't it amazing how one battles nowadays to actually find any white people who voted Nat) eventually saw the light and a peaceful transition was made.
A peaceful transition that was completely in contradiction to the traditional historical type of transition that involved immovable chips on shoulders and a refusal by a minority to succumb to a majority and everything ending in bloody conflict.
A walk in the park Frankly, when you look back at what terrible times South Africans have been through and then look at the crises we are facing today - you have to admit that what is going on now is chicken-feed and potentially very easily overcome. With our track record it will be a walk in the park.
Yes, even winning the war against crime. At least while Mbeki kept trying to tell us there wasn't a crime problem, Zuma has at least had the good grace to admit that it's a huge problem. That at least, must be a step in the right direction.
But nonetheless, there are still so many South Africans who want to get the hell out. I try and kid myself that they want to give up and live somewhere else because they don't understand what this democracy thing is all about.
For example they don't seem to understand that the whole fracas in the run-up to Polokwane with ANC factions fighting tooth and nail was more about democracy in action than portents of a country about to self-destruct.
Just look at the vicious American presidential nomination battle going on, particularly in the Democratic Party. Talk about vicious mudslinging. And so it was in the French presidential elections and the fight between Blair and Brown. Fights that were a lot more vindictive, in my opinion, that the contretemps between Mbeki and Zuma. But, I didn't see Americans and Brits and Frenchmen wanting to leave their countries in droves.
And sure, our crime rate is horrendous and I won't insult your intelligence by trying to kid you with the argument that every other country also has crime. That's a dumb argument and suggests that crime is something we have to live with. We don't, but I get the sense that where criminals used to be considered heroes during the apartheid era and well into the 1990's - that the majority of South Africans are now gatvol and starting to show less and less tolerance.
Optimism Frankly, I am still very optimistic about this country. I love it and I will not leave it. Sure Africa is not for sissies and that's fine - I am no sissy.
While I speak out against crime and corruption and will do my best in my own small way to fight against it, I also realise that South Africa is not the only country with a government that is open to corruption. Frankly, there is not a country in the world where politicians do not succumb to corruption and bribery. Or where business is even more corrupt than the politicians.
And if you do a bit of searching on the internet you'll certainly see that SA is not the only country in the world with an electricity problem - or at least some other huge infrastructural challenge.
But, I do thank my lucky stars that I live in a country where the political leaders do not keep wanting to invade other countries at the drop of a hat just because they don't like the people who run them or because they could upset the oil supply. I thank many lucky stars that the legacy of Nelson Mandela <http://www.whoswhosa.co.za/Pages/profilefull.aspx?IndID=3961> has ensured that South Africa has friendly relations with far more countries than the USA, Britain or Australia can claim to have.
I thank my lucky stars that we have sports teams that can overcome political interference, appalling bad management and heaven knows how many other problems and still win World Cups.
I thank my lucky stars that I live in a country where people over the age of 60 can still make a meaningful contribution and earn a living without being put out to pasture just because of their age.
When I sit down and add up what's positive in this country and look at our track record for coming through crises, I battle to find any place on earth I would rather be.
I do not accept the political shenanigans that are going on right now. I don't accept the crime level, I do not accept the level of corruption in big business and I do not accept the pathetic management of our sports teams.
But, I love this country far too much to go and live somewhere else. And I for one will not be downcast by our present problems because I know we have overcome far, far worse in the past.
And in spite of a lot of whites feeling that things are falling apart, one has to admit that for the majority of the citizens of this country, with all its flaws and challenges right now, it is still a far, far better place than it was during apartheid.
whispered sweet nothings by... Sweets at 2:14 PM
What i miss about not having a man around the house....is to kill creepy crawlies... ok that's number two... i also miss having regular sex but hey...the creepy crawlies...they are right up there on my list...there is nothing in this world that freaks me out more than goggas... and since i've become the “man” in the house i have to do all of these things that i'm not really built to do...
when i moved the previous time i had a humongous spider that i had to kill...and doom just didn't do the trick...i was sure i saw the bugger taking his huge spidery legs and wiping the doom right off it's beady little eyes...the doom just did nada to this sucker...he just snickered at me and stood on his hind legs...swaying from side to side...ready to kill me in two seconds flat... i shit you not...so i took the broom and ended it right there...who's YOUR mommy now mf??!!!....
when i got divorced my best friend gave me excellent advice...she said... your kids...they must know that you can do ANYTHING...that nothing scares you, spiders, snakes (help me God i would faint if i ever got a snake in my house)...burglars (with these i would first pee in my panties and then faint)...but it's been good advice anyway...i have shown my beatsties that there is nothing i'm afraid of, nothing i show fear to in front of them anyway...
pooh bear (my hero) said in one of his movies and these are words i now live by...
...you are braver than you believe, stronger than you seem and smarter than you think...
in the face of anything i will actually stand up and take the challenge... and my kids know this, and somehow they feel better knowing this and me, i feel better knowing this too...
it's getting easier now, kay's old enough to start taking over some of the spider killing duties, he took care of a dead bird we found under my bed left there by the hunter in the house, my cat billy...yikes...it's not that i'm afraid of the dead bird it's just plain disgusting... those hard spiky feet...no thanks... i couldn't touch the bird so my 12 year old son looked at me as if i was totally stupid...really mommy... took a plastic bag and took it out to the trash...I gave him a big fat hug and a motherly kiss right after i bathed him in dettol...
please note: this post has not been spell checked... so grammer and spelling police... back off;-) ... the darn thing doesn't work, and needless to say the bloody paragraphs doesn't work well either today... other than that...enjoy!