Shithouse rat

I'm a bipolar writer in the Naked City. I'm not playing with a full deck. I don't have all my dots on the dice. My cheese is sliding off my cracker. I don't have both oars in the water. I'm a bubble off plum. In other words, I'm crazier than a shithouse rat. These are my stories. Comments--short or long, nasty or nice--always welcome!

Monday, November 21, 2005

Timothy's three

Just a heads up that Timothy from Dragon's Wings picked up the tagging torch and did his own "three about me" meme. This was in response to mine, which was in response to Digibrill's, which was....etc. etc. Anyone else wanna play?

16 Comments:

At 12:42 AM, Blogger elvira black said...

Timothy has an awesome story about his acid experiences, which eventually led to a psychosis. You can check out his piece, "Trips"here!.

 
At 1:09 PM, Blogger Nikky Egland said...

acid trips, oh i have SO many stories, where would i begin?

 
At 7:24 AM, Blogger elvira black said...

Ooh, let's hear 'em! I've never indulged myself--too crazy as it is.

 
At 1:51 PM, Blogger cell13 said...

How ya doing ?
"Tag_cells" or "Tag_cell13" is just fun for me. I know that
"tag" as in any blog kinda tag is and has been about for awhile. I thought I would put a new spin on it.....What it is, I'm not saying as of yet, because I don't know...

I took acid 4-5 times, and the last couple were bad bad.....But great tag, to read.....

I hope you don't mind if I post this Tag tale in my comments, so others will know what a silly person I am, and not to take me to real.....

Thanks, and by the way, how did you get my pic thats on your last post ...Hee he heee...

 
At 3:21 PM, Blogger elvira black said...

Cell 13:

Yeah, I'd love to see your tag! That photo is awesome, isn't it...I used another one of this guy's Frankenstein shots awhile back, and it really is eye-catching. He designs the masks himself--pretty cool.

 
At 6:48 PM, Blogger !ce said...

I've never done anything like this myself, but it sounds interesting. My mother hasn't either, although that would certainly explain a lot.

 
At 7:46 PM, Blogger Assorted Babble by Suzie said...

It looks like I need to catch up...(smiling)

Meanwhile, Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family...wishing you the best!!!!!!!!

Oh, now looking at the comments...humm I could share a few! LOL

 
At 1:43 PM, Blogger !ce said...

This is all cool, but no Thanksgiving post? I think that we are all curious as to exactly how you celebrated the holiday.

 
At 2:59 PM, Blogger elvira black said...

Ice:

Two generations without hallucinogens? That's pretty impressive.

 
At 3:01 PM, Blogger elvira black said...

Suzie:

I'm trying to keep up myself! Happy Thanksgiving! I'd love to hear about your psychedelic experiences and get that contact high I enjoyed oh so long ago.

 
At 3:05 PM, Blogger elvira black said...

Ice:

I think you'll be especially pleased to know that I celebrated a vegetarian Christmas thanks to BG. I wanted to go to the local diner we affectionately call the Toilet Bowl because of the sad state of their restrooms, but alas, BG refused. Instead, he made me a nice pot of instant mashed potatoes, instant gravy, and cranberry sauce from the can. I was a little disappointed because the cranberry sauce had those tough little cranberries in them--I like the pure jelly myself. But my, it was grand! Hope you and everyone else enjoyed an equally festive holiday.

 
At 5:20 PM, Blogger !ce said...

Glad you had a meatless holiday. In some health food stores, there are packages you can buy which make vegetarian gravy. All they require is water and optional vegetable oil. This reminds me, vegetable oil is made entirely of soybean oil. I like to buy the one gallon containers. My mother made the usual food that only she will eat: turkey, gravy, and deviled eggs. She also made a mixture of green beans and corn. My father made some pies, but they all contained dairy. Thankfully, he made mashed potatoes with soy milk and a combo of broccoli and cauliflower.

 
At 6:58 AM, Blogger elvira black said...

BG's mashed potato masterpiece did have some milk, I think, but no veggies, alas. Maybe next year...

 
At 11:54 AM, Blogger !ce said...

Silk enhanced soy milk works nicely for mashed potatoes (at the university, they use water). I'll give you a basic breakdown of container colors. Light blue- enhanced (tastes most like dairy), dark blue- vanilla, purple- very vanilla (great for desserts), red- original (tastes second most like dairy), brown- chocolate, green- unsweetened (only good for cooking), and white- light orignial and vanilla. There are also soy creamers available from Silk in original, French vanilla, and hazelnut flavors.

 
At 12:21 AM, Blogger jane said...

Just stopped by to wish you a happy holiday season.

 
At 5:48 AM, Blogger elvira black said...

Ice:
Thanks for the info.

Jane:
Same to you!

 

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