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I guess I'm just too flippin' random to be compatible with anyone :P.
Okay, I know Ella's B-Day theme is 80s formal...but somewhere along the line I took a wrong turn and ended up looking like Emilie Autumn.
- Current Music:"Painted On My Heart", The Cult.
I have a red Shadow of Love cami in size small that I'm looking to get rid of. It's a lovely top, but it's too big on me.
Unfortunately, it IS a damaged item because the lace trim at the bottom got savaged by my kitty. I'm sure it could be repaired or disguised by anyone half-decent with a needle and thread (which I'm not) or even removed completely if one felt the sewing was not worth the trouble.
I've tracked down several high school friends and am now having a conversation with one over how Government tap water leads to young people getting knocked up and then hitched.
- Current Mood: mellow
- Current Music:"Torture Day", The Notwist
The reason for this sage advice is this: last evening the very lovely April and I had our Fetish Masquerade cherries popped amidst a sea of beautiful, kinky people doing beautiful, kinky things under the glow of blacklights. FRUSTRATION. Only April had any luck attracting the boys last night, and she's already spoken for - the lucky minx.
On the plus side, my Lolita's Pop dress made its stunning debut at long last - I may just wear it to the next Masquerade which has a Gothic Lolita theme. Don't you just love it? I sure do! ^_^
- Current Mood: exhausted
- Current Music:"Jackal", Ex-P
"When in Rome do as the Romans do... Drink, dance, whip, spank, and contemplate the philosophy of pleasure. Oh, and get your moms best white bed sheet and turn it into a provocative toga for this event.
Last month's party was a very sexually charged and super fun night. Don't miss out this month."
Saturday March 17, 2007
Fetish Masquerade - Decadence of Rome - Toga Party
Funhaus - 526 Queen St West
10pm-4am 19+ event
$10 in theme $12 otherwise
*Fetish Dresscode in Effect*
Besides April whom I'm planning to kidnap, anyone else interested?
- Current Music:"Sweet Thing", Alice in Videoland
I think this is both incredibly sad and romantic:
AHMEDABAD, India (Reuters) - An Indian woman, despairing over her lover's accidental death when he fell down a well soon after their engagement, insisted on ceremonially marrying his corpse just minutes before the cremation.
"It was for just few minutes the girl was dressed as a bride and then as a widow," K.M. Kapadia, a police officer in the town of Anand in western Gujarat state, said on Saturday.
Wedding attendees sat the corpse up by a fire, the traditional center of Hindu wedding ceremonies, and chanted some marriage prayers before cremating the body, police said.
"The girl refused to give away the body of her lover for the cremation till she tied the knot with him," Kapadia said.
The bride's parents opposed the marriage but later attended the wedding ceremony and gave their 22-year-old daughter Tulsi Devipujak clothes and utensils as gifts, according to the Hindu tradition.
- Current Mood: pensive