Happy New Year everybody!!


#1

Whee!! Its new years in Iowa, and I’m too sober to still be online…

Oh well. I hope your new years party was better than mine. Tell us about it.


#2

Mr. Arcalargo,
A young maiden giggling as I stripped off her clothes, later crying and screaming, concluding with multiple kicks to my pelvic area. I’ve never been so happy!


#3

Was the diaper change successful?
You should be able to avoid the pelvic kicks by now.

Hi Arcalargo!
I successfully babysat about a dozen college kids.
No vomit!
Everyone got home!
3 need to return for cars in the afternoon.
I do however, once again, have orphaned guitars and an electric violin in the basement.
I just got rid of the summer orphans.
Also reunited a kid and his favorite sweatshirt that he lost here last winter.


#4

Hey, no1, how do you know that Arcalargo is a guy? He/she only has two posts.


#5

Well, as the name is spanish, the -o at the end denotes male. Not really though.

What the heck was someone over at your house 'till 4:30 am, and needing an electric violin?


#6

I didn’t know there was such a thing as an electric violin.


#7

Bath, Ms. Name. Pelvic kicks happen while I insert arms into sleeves.

Very good, Ms. Name.


#8

That’s the only time of day the electric violoin gets the right overtones.

heh. I said violoin.


#9

Jean Luc Ponty has played one for over 30 years . . .


#10

I didn’t know there was a Jean Luc Ponty. Sorry.


#11

no one did, he made him up. can I score that violin off of ya?


#12

The owner returned.
Somehow I am the owner of the pratice space of an on again off again garage band. Except they are a basement band.
Their only performance was as seniors in HS in the battle of the bands. They were together for weeks at the time.
Now, up at college, they have a apt with a big common room. Stupidly, some of the band members went to schools better suited to their major, rather than thinking about band pratcice.
What were they thinking??? They need a job with money for adult life??? But what about the band???I am the only person to have…I mean to be lucky enough… to hear them.


#13

Darn, oh well. I tried.


#14

Because for this group, the only difference between a normal winter break night and new years eve , is that there was booze and food on new Years Eve.


#15

Spanish. I flunked spanish.
Well, not really. I passed and ran like hell.
I flunked Italian.
Which is why I don’t have an associates degree. I couldn’t graduate from community college.
I did, however, graduate from college.
No language requirement at the 4 year school!


#16

sweet, could never get the hang of colledge.


#17

Yay! Happy 2008 everyone! and no1 too!


#18

Thanks lord v8r. Happy new year to you as well.