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Jul. 4th, 2002

I'm about to drink a pot of coffee because I ran out of speed just like coffee, dammit.
And I make some damned good coffee, well, when I have my own coffee maker and not that horrible cuisinart thing that's at akadashi's house. You can tell he doesn't drink coffee. He would *never* have picked a coffee maker that full of parts that require daily cleaning and upkeep. If I have to disassemble the top of the pot to actually put the coffee and the water in there, it's just crap. It's just crap, people.

Dan actually comes over here some mornings for coffee. Well, okay, he comes over to steal food, the coffee is just a bonus.
The last person (who wasn't trying to shop in my fridge) I think I've sat down and had coffee with was wendigo and I stood the whole time.
Herm.
Where have all the coffee drinkers gone?

Ive decided that I have to add to my "oh wow what SEXAY man" list:

Matt Frewer
Benicio Del Toro
Tom Kenny (but preferably in his Binky makeup from Shakes the Clown)
Jason Statham
Steve Buscemi ( how the hell did he get left off my original list?)
Tim Roth
Christopher Walken (but isn't he a given?)
Hank Azaria
John Leguizamo
Ving Raymes (aka Man mountain)
Eric Stoltz (most attractive redheaded male *ever*)


And why do I always end up drawing a blank at some point while doing this? I don't think I've a long enough libidinous memory. Well, okay, I don't have a long enough libidinous memory for people I've never met. There just have to be more of these guys. I think.
And stuff.

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redherring
Jul. 4th, 2002 10:44 am (UTC)
Jeremy Irons in Diehard is also freakishly appealing.
maddening
Jul. 4th, 2002 11:02 am (UTC)
Oh wow, you're right.
Again, why the heck didn't I think I of him?
akadashi
Jul. 4th, 2002 02:52 pm (UTC)
Do you mean Jeremy Irons or Alan Rickman? They both appeared in the series (#3 and #1 respectively), but fewer people seem to know or identify Alan Rickman for some reason. I mention this not to be nitpicky but rather because I didn't see Alan Rickman on the list, and in my book he blows away most of the competition. :)

Objectively speaking. ::koff::

P.S. Clive Barker is a sexy bitch.
maddening
Jul. 4th, 2002 03:03 pm (UTC)
Actually, they should both go on the list, I think. How do I keep FORGETTING these people?


And I know Clive is a sexy bitch.
he's yet another I've accidentally left off my freakin list.

redherring
Jul. 5th, 2002 09:08 am (UTC)
I meant Jeremy Irons, who played Simon. Damn, that was a good role for him. I'm not sure if I remember Alan Rickman. Which villain was he?
maddening
Jul. 5th, 2002 09:14 am (UTC)
Alan Rickman was the villan in the first die hard.
"Yippeekie yie yay, mother fucker"

And if you like him in tights there's Robin Hood: Prince of Theives.
And if you like him with no genitals there's Dogma.

Raven haired british goodness....
akadashi
Jul. 4th, 2002 02:54 pm (UTC)
My coffee maker can beat up your coffee maker. So there.
maddening
Jul. 4th, 2002 03:05 pm (UTC)
Your coffee maker would say "leave me alone, I just want to play" and then fop on off somwhere to frolic.

My coffee maker is easy to function after 3 days with no sleep.
Yours is not (I imagine).
Therefore, mine wins.
akadashi
Jul. 4th, 2002 03:15 pm (UTC)
My coffee maker needs neither monies nor nutrients.

It's mere battle cry scares the piss out of the cats.

It intimidates you. And strangely arouses. Do not resist the coffee maker.
maddening
Jul. 4th, 2002 03:41 pm (UTC)
Actually by the time I left they were mostly used to it. They just laid their ears back and gave me a dirty look instead of fleeing the room.

Your coffee maker is the coffee maker equivelant of a hot dumb chick.
It looks really slick and neat, kinda bulbous and *fake* looking, but that's alright if you're into that kinda thing...
But then you get to know it a little, get a peek and what's really going on inside and it's just a complicated hunk of plastic.
akadashi
Jul. 4th, 2002 03:51 pm (UTC)
So that means that, what, your coffee maker has a great personality? Or is it just a dirty little slut, consumed by emptiness and desperation, instantly offering itself to anyone who's willing to lay hands on it?

Dirty. So dirty. Your coffee maker needs to have standards. It needs to learn the difference between being appreciated and being used. Otherwise no one will ever respect it.

So very dirty.
maddening
Jul. 4th, 2002 05:47 pm (UTC)
It means my coffee maker has character, asshole.
It still takes talent to make it really *sing*, but it isn't walled off in an ivory towel of austere superiority like *your* coffee maker.

My coffee maker has standards.
My coffee maker is FILTHY with standards.
dirty dirty standards.

akadashi
Jul. 4th, 2002 06:24 pm (UTC)
Brevity may be the essence of wit, but scaled-down simplicity doesn't necessarily equate to having character. I'm not saying that one should always go for maximum impact, but "bare bones" isn't exactly alluring.

I've even heard you claim that you don't understand how some people can (be or be interested in) "only one thing, all the time". You seem to appreciate (if not celebrate) individuals with rich, multi-faceted personalities. Does that not describe my coffee maker, with its robust features and abilities?

Perhaps your vehemently expressed "appreciation for diversity" is all a facade? I may have to question your already suspect ramblings from here on out, and I would urge my fellow readers to do the same. It is with a heavy heart that I bring this unfortunate missive to a close, the barbed echoes of "austere superiority" and "asshole" still tearing at my betrayed and trusting soul. And coffee maker.


P.S. "Ivory towel" - typographical error or imaginary cleaning product from Holly's poor dented mind? You be the judge!
maddening
Jul. 4th, 2002 06:40 pm (UTC)
There's a difference between a robust character and baroque complication for the sake of complication.
Your coffee maker displays the later.

heh.. ivory towel.
Bet you Imelda Marcos had *4* of them.

And ya know, I got the feeling 2 replies ago that we weren't talking about coffee makers anymore.
habanero
Jul. 4th, 2002 05:38 pm (UTC)
apparently her coffee maker is like a hooker, always ready to turn a quick trick, where yours has feelings and needs to be caressed and cared for to get any coffee out of it. personally this whole thread is funny , because I don't drink coffee. :-p
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