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5/3/05 10:17 pm - New journal...

http://www.livejournal.com/users/prettynp0pular/

5/1/05 08:48 am - What's up bitches?!...

Alex complained to me the other day that I haven't updated, and it's pissing him off to see my movie survey entry. So, here ya go baby, a real goddamn entry.

So, the last real thing I wrote about was "Book of Jane." Wow... that was many moons ago.

Since then, A Chorus Line has come and gone. What an experience it was. It was such a great show, and has such great memories to go along with it. I'm pretty sure Kristine will always hold a special place in my heart. And James... James is such a great guy. I was very fortunate to be his wife. After the show, he gave me a ring that had "J&J A&K ACL 2005" engraved on the inside. It was so wonderful. I couldn't have picked a better show to do as a senior.

A week after A Chorus Line ended, I headed off to Bell'Italia! And oh my God, was it beautiful. And I feel terrible, that I don't have any stories to write down. The truth is, I have wonderful stories and wonderful memories, but I truly just don't want to write them down. And I'm sorry for all of you that want to hear them, but I could never re-tell decently enough to give them the credit they deserve. So, here they'll stay, in my mind. Maybe when I go to Italy again (Sicily next year, woot!), I'll write more there, and tell them to everyone when I get back.

Honestly, not much has really happened. I went to the Junior prom last night. The plan went off without a hitch. Sally was an awesome date, I was part of a really great group. I would definitely do it again.

Today, I will probably go to the theatre company and help take down their set for "Mousetrap." I feel so horrible that I never got a chance to see it. I heard it was awesome, though. I think they're loading out today, so I will do that for some more community service. Better that than Walk for Hunger. I would have died today doing that.

Well, I'm out.

3/24/05 05:47 pm - Stole from Maria... only doing the movie one, because I own barely any CD's...

Bold The Movies You've Seen

1. Trainspotting
2. Shrek
3. M
4. Dogma
5. Strictly Ballroom
6. The Princess Bride
7. Love Actually
8. The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring
9. The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers
10. The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King (yes, I know, it's weird, but I've only seen the last one)
11. Reservoir Dogs (about to watch it tonight!)
12. Desperado
13. Swordfish
14. Kill Bill Vol. 1
15. Donnie Darko
16. Spirited Away
17. Better Than Sex
18. Sleepy Hollow
19. Pirates of the Caribbean
20. The Eye
21. Requiem for a Dream
22. Dawn of the Dead
23. The Pillow Book
24. The Italian Job
25. Goonies
26. Baseketball
27. The Spice Girls Movie (and yes, it IS Spiceworld)
28. Army of Darkness
29. The Color Purple
30. The Safety of Objects
31. Can't Hardly Wait
32. Mystic Pizza
33. Finding Nemo
34. Monsters Inc.
35. Circle of Friends
36. Mary Poppins
37. The Bourne Identity
38. Forrest Gump
39. A Clockwork Orange
40. Kindergarten Cop
41. On The Line
42. My Big Fat Greek Wedding
43. Final Destination
44. Sorority Boys
45. Urban Legend
46. Cheaper by the Dozen
47. The Crow
48. The Princess and the Warrior
49. Seabiscuit
50. Hard Core Logo
51. Phantom of the Paradise
52. Zardoz
53. Lost in Translation
54. American Beauty
55. Big Fish
56. Starship Troopers Bizarre movie
57. Starship Troopers 2
58. The Lost Boys
59. All About Eve
60. Showgirls
61. Swept Away
62. Star Wars
63. Black Hawk Down
64. Elizabeth
65. The Shawshank Redemption
66. Four Weddings and a Funeral
67. The Sound of Music
68. Notting Hill
69. Scotland
70. Oxygen
71. The Ring
72. Shrunken Heads
73. Legend
74. About a Boy
75. Lilo and Stitch
76. Who Framed Roger Rabbit?
77. Pitch Black
78. Maid in Manhattan
79. Willow
80. The Usual Suspects
81. Naked Tango
82. Labyrinth
83. Fight Club
84. The Dark Crystal
85. The Nightmare Before Christmas
86. Idle Hands
87. From Hell
88. Meet Joe Black
89. The Breakfast Club
90. FAME
91. Moon Child
92. Zatoichi
93. Ichi the Killer
94. Gohatto
95. Velvet Goldmine
96. Bend It Like Beckham
97. Far and Away
98. Raiders of the Lost Ark
99. X-Men
100. Lethal Weapon
101. Pi  (this movie is fucked up)
102. The Chosen
103. Amadeus
104. Gummo
105. Sliding Doors
106. Gone With the Wind
107. Wizard of Oz
108. Back to the Future
109. Haggard
110. Empire Records
111. Zoolander
112. The BirdCage
113. Girl Interrupted
114. Better Off Dead
115. Euro Trip
116. Pretty in Pink
117. Cinderella
118. Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
119. The Shining
120. The Killer
121. The Poseidon Adventure
122. Where the Heart Is
123. Wayne's World
124. Say Anything
125. The Outsiders
126. Just Married
127. Get Over It
128. Newsies
129. Moulin Rouge
130. Swing Kids
131. Boondock Saints
132. My Cousin Vinny
133. Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back
134. Spiderman
135. Sweet Home Alabama
136. The Notebook
137. He Loves Me, He Loves Me Not
138. Secretary
139. Beaches
140. Death to Smoochie
141. American Pie
142. American Wedding
143. Animal House
144. Kill Bill vol. 2
145. Old School
146. 8 Legged Freaks
147. Leon
148. Interview with the Vampire
149. Cruel Intentions
150. Pulp Fiction
151. Blow
152. Chicago
153. But I'm A Cheerleader
154. Monty Python & The Holy Grail
155. Clerks
156. Chances Are
157. Casablanca
158. Hedwig and the Angry Inch
159. Bean
160. Mighty Midget
161. Monty Python's Life of Brian
162. Disney's Robin Hood
163. Excalibur
164. Seven
165. Sixteen Candles
166. Mallrats
167. Cannibal Holocaust
168. Still Crazy
169. The Ninth Gate

170. Dead Poet's Society
171. Silence of the Lambs
172. High Fidelity
173. Breakfast At Tiffany's
174. The Rules of Attraction
175. Heathers
176. Mulholland Drive

177. Almost Famous
178. Edward Scissorhands
179. </b>Memento</b>
180. The Elephant Man
181. One Hour Photo
182. In America
183. Fucking Amal/ Show Me Love
184. Sweet Sixteen
185. Amelie
186. Antonia's Line
187. Uzumaki
188. Willy Wonka & The Chocolate Factory
190. Cat People
191. Dirty Dancing
192. Mask
193. Grease
194. 10 Things I Hate About You
195. White Oleander
196. Thirteen Ghosts
197. The Craft
198. Boys don't Cry
199. Romeo + Juliet (70's version)
200. The Big Lebowski
201. Twilight Samurai
202. Delicatessen
203. The Hunt for Red October
204. Emma
205. The Manchurian Candidate
206. What Dreams May Come
207. First Knight
208. The Thin Man
209. Fahrenhiet 9/11
210. Dodgeball
211. Underworld
212. Freaky Friday
213. Rat Race
214. Bruce Almighty

3/22/05 12:45 pm

Right now I'm in the school library. I really cannot stand my seventh period study. Moran is strongly adversed to talking, laughing, breathing, etc. The only people I know in the study are Anthony and Kevin Chimo, and they're both busy reading the newspaper and whatnot. So I guess I'll just come to the library now. At least I have computer access here.

Speaking of computer access, I should be using this time to at least do something related to my research paper... like, I don't know... START IT! But alas, I am procrastinating once more.

Steve's across the room with his class watching some video. I want him to come over here, but I don't want to yell to get his attention. It seems like I haven't talked to him in so long. It seems that way with everyone, including Alex. My life has been so Drama-driven lately, that I don't even have the time to talk to my friends.

Hopefully, when Drama is said and done, we'll all get close again. I really hope that this temporary separation doesn't affect my friendships with all of them. I really do miss them. I can't wait for this school year to be over... but at the same time, I really hope it never ends.

Which brings me to my next point: Jane.

I have been avoiding writing about it because 1) It is so incredibly sad, and 2) I don't want to admit it's over.

I never realized how much this play affected me. Then again, that's how I feel with every play. I start it, I like it, I hate it, I want it to end... and then, when the time comes for it to close, I become so sad. And that 's when I realize that the play had become a part of me, and now that it was no longer in my life, a piece of me is gone.

I know it sounds melodramatic, but that's how it is. Each play starts to take on a life of its own. And it always becomes so much more than you expect it to be.

I went into this play practically by accident. I had no idea how big it would become, nor did I have any idea how much it would impact me. Not the story, but the play itself. Affecting so many people, and so many different ways. I didn't realize the impact it would have on the audience. I was pretty ignorant in that sense. The story really didn't mean much to me, and because of that I didn't think it would be so influential to others. I mean, I knew it would have some effect, but not as much as it did.

And going on to Festival, and moving on... it was just so big. And I know that in a few years it won't seem as big as it does now, but for right now, it means a lot. And I had never been so happy to be a part of something.

It's one of those things that makes me reconsider doing it for a living... but I know I can't, and I know I won't. But it's one of those things that let's me know I will continue to keep theatre in my life.

And right now, it is hard. It is extremely hard. Realizing it's over. Knowing that I will never again have a "Jane" rehearsal. Accepting that I will never play Woman 1 again.

It sounds silly. I know it does, but it is how I feel. This has been one of the greatest parts I have played yet. Just because I don't have a name, doesn't mean that this part means any less to me than any other part.

It is hard to let go. I don't want to. But once Cilla publishes it, it will take on a life of its own once again. All our names will be on the first pages as the original cast. I will always be Woman 1, the original Woman 1. And others will perform it. It would be so unreal to see other people play Duncan and Jane, Jean and Andrew... to see a whole different ensemble of Church people. I have vowed that no matter where it is, I will go and see the first production of The Book of Jane. I think the whole cast has vowed to that, as well.

Sigh...

This is so difficult. I thought I would be able to get through it fine, but I can't. I do feel cheated. I feel wronged. I wish more people had seen it. I wish Alex had seen it, or any of my friends for that matter. I wish that we went on to States and won. I really wanted Cilla to get that. To have her play win. And I really wanted to be a part of that. I wanted to win. We deserved, we know we did. And maybe we're all incredibly cocky, but that's how it is. It was a great play, a great story, with great actors, and an even greater director.

Nan was wrong... she had said that without a date on the t-shirts, we would never remember when we even did this play. I will always remember Book of Jane. I will always remember how, during my senior year, we finally moved on to Semi-finals, and we gave our best performances, and everyone was moved, and touched, and how they all told us we deserved to win. And how, even though we didn't win, we were winners, because it was one hell of a run.

"There is a beginning and an end to every story..."

To Priscilla, Kelly, Sal, Laura, Peter, Tanya and Joey: Thank you... thank you so much, for letting me be a part of this with you.

3/20/05 04:39 pm

1. Open up the music player on your computer.
2. Set it to play your entire music collection.
3. Hit the "shuffle" command.
4. Tell us the title of the next 25 songs that show up (with their musicians).

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1. "My Girl" - The Temptations
2. "Baby, We Better Try to Get it Together" - Barry White
3. "Mama, I'm a Big Girl Now" - Hairspray
4. "Romeo & Juliet" - Reefer Madness!
5. "Let's Go Crazy" - Prince and the Revolution
6. "We Know Best (cut from Reefer Madness!) - Reefer Madness!
7. "How Could I Let You Get Away" - The Spinners
8. "You Can't Stop the Beat" - Hairspray
9. "Honey, Please, Can't Ya See" - Barry White
10. "You Can Be as Loud as the Hell You Want (When You're Making Love) - Avenue Q
11. "Schadenfreude" - Avenue Q
12. "Simba Confronts Scar" - The Lion King
13. "What Am I Gonna Do With You?" - Barry White
14. "Don't Tell Mama" - Cabaret
15. "Don't Know How To Love Him" - Jesus Christ Superstar
16. "Cooties" - Hairspray
17. "I Was Made To Love Her" - Stevie Wonder
18. "It's A Shame" - The Spinners
19. "Chow Down" - The Lion King
20. "Run and Tell That!" - Hairspray
21. "Good Times, Bad Times" - Robert Randolph and the Family Band
22. "The Money Song" - Avenue Q
23. "I Need More Love" - Robert Randolph and the Family Band
24. "The Lion Sleeps Tonight" - The Lion King
25. "Living for the City" - Stevie Wonder

3/17/05 06:21 pm - I need guidance...

Thank God for Nancy Lemoine!

I mean, without her controlling every aspect of my life, I would be lost! And now that she has given me a list of foods I need to eat, I feel complete.

But seriously, I have been rehearsing for how long now? When was the last time I had a night off?

I have been rehearsing non-stop since November...

It began with Book of Jane... (oh God, I had the urge to quote from the show... "It began with Jean.. it began when Jean found God." AH! I need to stop!)

Book of Jane started in November. It wasn't stressful. Two times a week. No big deal.

Then came auditions for Shakespeare in December. Well, I wasn't really doing much, and I love Shakespeare, so why not?

Then we had to start A Chorus Line earlier than we thought. Having auditions before Christmas break, then callbacks after. That alone was stressful enough!

Ok, so it's January, and we're supposed to have the Student Directed Festival, but we push it back... like a month! So, January is an entire month of rehearsing for four different shows... fun.

Oh, hi February! What's that? You want me to have two tech weeks in a row? Well, ok. Wait, what's that again? You want to change that to two tech weeks AT THE SAME TIME?! How could this get any more stressful? What's that you say? I'm gonna get my period inbetween performing at Student Directed and performing at Shakespeare? Wow February, you're super cool!

Shakespeare is over... but hey, we won Student Directed... oh oh wait, MORE REHEARSAL TIME. Well, at least now it's only Chorus Line and Book of Jane.

It's March! And she wants us to do You're A Good Man, Charlie Brown! Wait, we're doing You're A Good Man, Charlie Brown? When did we start doing that? Oh, that's right, we only learned one friggin' song out of the whole friggin' musical! Thanks Nancy Lemoine, for taking responsibility and actually doing something.... wait, no you didn't! You were stupid enough to think we could accomplish it in four weeks in the first place!

And it's Festival. Beautiful festival. You made everything worth it. All the stress, all the work, all the long nights...

Wait... because we won, we have to have MORE rehearsals, and MORE stress? That doesn't sound a lot like winning... are you sure?... well, if you say that's winning, then I guess that's winning....

So, where are we now? Well, Semi-finals are in two days, A Chorus Line is in three weeks, and if we move on from Semis (knock knock knock), Chorus Line gets pushed back ALL THE WAY till Senior Week. The first week in June! And honestly, I don't know if that's a good thing, or a bad thing. I really, really don't.

Please wish us luck, and knock on wood for us!

3/15/05 05:36 pm

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3/12/05 10:44 am

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3/6/05 01:25 pm - "And in that brilliant moment of awakening, I found God..."

Yesterday... so unbelievable. So incredibly, beautifully unbelievable...

Wake up about six in the morning. I go down to the laundry to fluff up the load of costumes I did the night before, then I proceed to get ready myself for the long day ahead. I wash-up, put on my SHSDC jump suit, put all my shit together, and go back downstairs to fold up the costumes.

I lost one of Tanya's gloves, and Sal's t-shirt came out pinkish.

After about five minutes of freaking out, I finally found the glove, and I stole one of my dad's t-shirts in case.

My dad then drives me to the high school, where the bus and U-Haul is waiting. I get on the bus, and we wait for some more people, and then head out. We were laughing, signing and knocking on the Drama wood (which I'm sure will become a tradition after this), and Cilla gave the each cast member a letter. I held back the tears after reading her letter to me. It was beautiful. And the bus ride was going great... until we realized we were going the wrong way... and Cilla's director's meeting was in five minutes. We called Nan, and the gas gage (spelling) was broken, and they needed to find a gas station.

Somehow, I don't know how, we found our way to Newton South, and Nan got there in one piece. Cilla went to her meeting, and we went to our room. The room was decorated very nicely, including a white board of silly comments, and a poster of Napolean Dynamite quotes. We unload the U-Haul, and then the shows began.

The first show was Weston High, Escaping Alcestis. It was an original script written by the ensemble. It was a dramedy, and I thought it was very creative. There were some weak characters (much like all the shows that day), but altogether, I enjoyed the show. It was a nice way to start off the morning.

The next show was Ashland High, The Actor's Nightmare. Now, when I was a Freshman, we did this play for festival, and Brian Liberge starred in it, and it was the funniest thing I've ever seen. This production was an absolute disappointment. The lead was incredibly weak. In fact, the whole cast was weak except for the Stage Manager character. I was very disappointed.

The next show was Holliston High, Multiple Choice: a) This b)That. Another original written by the ensemble. It was an adorable show, and there were very funny moments, but the pattern of the show was weak, and there was a lot of low humor. They had great props though, and it brought a real cartoonish quality to it, which was great. The confusing pattern, which led to no climax whatsoever, was the show's downfall.

The next show was Minnechaug High (which we decided sounded very much like a Pokemon), After Midnight, Before Dawn. We didn't get to see it because we had to get ready for our show, but from what we heard, it was boring, so I didn't feel too bad about missing it.

Then came out show... oh good Lord.

I put my whole soul and energy into this show. Once I got off, I was physically and mentally drained. I was so proud of us. The one thing that I worried about (after Joey and I tripped over the bench trying to get off the stage) was that we ran over time. 36 minutes. 36 fucking minutes! I was so happy. I was so elated! And once we got back on stage to strike the set, we got a standing ovation. It was wonderful. We quickly put everything away so we could get changed. When we came back to our seats, the audience applauded us again. Of course, everyone always applauds when every cast goes back to their seats, but I felt special. I don't think anyone recognized Tanya or me, but they definitely recognized Joey... at least I think they did.

The next show was Newton South (the host), A Piece of My Heart. It was a piece about nurses in the Vietnam war. It was moving, and well-acted by most of the cast. The costuming pissed me off, and it was confusing at times. The sound, lights, and set were incredible, but considering it was their school, and they knew their own equipment, it was expected. It was a good show, in my opinion.

Then came Brookline High, Love's the Best Doctor. It was a Moliere piece, but poorly done. The only strong character was the maid, but because her boobs were this close to popping out of her dress, everyone was distracted. I was disappointed because it was such a funny plot, but the set and costumes didn't go with anything, and I was never drawn into the world of the play. It was the only play that day where I daydreamed and lost focus. And Brookline usually does great shows.

The last show was Cambridge Rindge and Latin, Medea. I love Greek tragedies, and I have to say, I enjoyed it. The set was huge, and much to my surprise, they didn't buy it, they made it. Though, it did seem like one of those sets that was there to make-up for a bad performance. The girl who played Medea did it very well. My only problem with her was that she didn't vary emotion when she should have. I thought every male character was weak, and the Nurse in the beginning with the pro-logue was terrible, too. I did like the Greek chorus, but I wish they were more in-sync and tighter.

Bah, look at me. I sound like Bobby Imperato with all this critism.

After the shows, we had talk-back discussions with all the other schools. Each school had to send a couple of kids to each room, and Chris Buonopane and I were together in one room. Man, did we control that entire room. Chris and I must have talked 80% of the time. Everyone there thought Cilla was a genius, and they were so amazed that she wrote and directed the play. They loved the show.

After the talk-backs, we had pizza and a dance in the cafe. Before the festival, we had talked about doing out opening for A Chorus Line there, and how fun it would be. So after we ate pizza, I asked everyone if I should give him my Chorus Line CD and do it, and everyone got excited. So, I went to the kid, and asked, and he said he already had the CD on his ipod and would do it. So right away he goes up and announces us and we do the whole opening (according the CD). It was so fun, and everyone there loved it.

Of course, afterwards, we were all nausous because we had just eaten all the pizza two minutes beforehand. I went back to the room and Joey was there, and we sat by the window. Cilla came in too, and and then Peter. We decided to shut off the lights and lie on the floor. We just started talking about funny things, and were laughing, wheezing, and trying to breathe. A bunch of people kept coming in and out from the dance, but we just stayed there and chilled. Nan came back and ate her dinner, and we talked about the talk-backs and all the shows. We kept knocking on the Drama Wood, like we had been all day, and we waited to be called back to the auditorium.

When we got back in the auditorium, we were so nervous. We brought the Drama Wood for luck... and to knock on. The judges talked for a while (one of whom was Michael Allosso from the North Shore Music Theatre workshops!) and finally they gave out their awards. Both Sal and Kelly got awards for their acting. Nan went up and accepted Kelly's because Kelly had to leave a little while after our show, and Nan told the audience how she had mono and had a waiver to come late and leave early, and everyone in the audience collectively gasped. I wish Kelly had been there to accept, but I'm sure she'll be there to accept her awards in the future (knock on wood!). And Cilla won an award for her directing and writing, of course. I am so proud of her.

Now there had been 29 awards given out, most of which went to Weston High, and most of the awards were technical, and we only won three awards, so we were kind of worried. I mean, I was so happy about the awards we won, but it wasn't looking good.

Then the time came to announce the three schools that would move on. The shows would be announced in no particular order, and Michael Allosso started talking about the first show they would announce to go on. He started talking about giving a truthful and believable performance... and we knew it was us. I wish I could remember everything he said, because it was so wonderful, but my mind already started racing. They announced The Book of Jane, and we all just went crazy. I started crying. I was bawling my eyes out, hugging everyone. I look at Cilla and she's on the ground crying, so Sal starts to go up to accept the award, and Cilla finally gets up and goes up to the stage to accept the award with him. I was so happy. So overcome with emotion. After Nan finally got us to calm down and shut up, they announced the other two schools, Weston and Cambridge. After they announced them, we headed back to our room, and I was crying to whole time. Everyone kept hugging me and asking me if I was all right, but all I could do was cry. I never cried to hard, and I let myself because it was a good, happy cry. I was crying for all the right reasons, and it felt so good. The only person crying as much as me was Danielle, so we cried together for a moment. Other schools came in and congratulated us, and they all wanted to meet Cilla and congratulate her. Then they would take one look at me, and hug me. I could barely say 'Thank you' I was crying so hard.

We loaded up the U-Haul, loaded ourselves on the bus, and I was still crying. I called Alex, and cried to him. I calmed myself down, and called my mom. Cilla's dad donated like two hundred dollars for us to go out and celebrate, and we decided to go to Kowloon's. The bus ride home was very chill, and most of us went sleep. Cory slept inbetween me legs, and I listened to my CD player. I turned on Magic and listened to some soothing music.

We got back to the school around midnight or sometime before that, and unloaded the U-Haul. I put my bag and the costume box in the Auditorium, and go back out to the truck, and there's Alex walking in with chair or tree or whatever (you can see that I can't really remember anything towards the end of the night), and I was so happy to see him, so of course the first thing I said was, "What the FUCK are you doing here?" I am such a romantic.

Kevin, Rich Day, Steve, and Sweez were all there, and helped us unload the U-Haul. They were playing frisbee in the upper lot, and waited for us to get there. Well, they didn't say they were waiting for me, but I would like to believe they did. Kevin dropped me off at Kowloon's, and I thanked them for coming.

I didn't come home till one or one thirty, I honestly can't remember, and I passed out. And I was so tired, that I was at the point where it hurt to close my eyes. But I was so happy. So, so happy. It was a beautiful day.

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Cilla just told me that semi-finals are at Hingham, which is like and hour and ten minutes away. There are no Catholic schools going to our semis, thank the good Lord. And, to top it off, we have the slot right after lunch... the slot we had yesterday... and as any Drama Club knows, the most covetted slot in all of slotdom. And our tech is the night before at 6:30, so we can leave that goddamn U-Haul there.

I'm so excited. Two weeks. That means we have to balance rehearsal time between Chorus Line and this again, but it will be worth it. Just like this past week has been worth it. Even painting that goddamn shed was worth it.

Wish us luck at Semis!

"...And I read outloud, 'Weave in faith, and God will find the thread.' And in that brilliant moment of awakening, I closed my eyes and I saw our Heavenly Father, and my life... the pieces of my life being sewn together like a quilt of holiness. I found God!"

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2/27/05 04:16 pm - Forget the Middle East...

TheSexiLibrarian: clit, side f
TheSexiLibrarian: because there are six sides to the clit
MindLeftBody21: yes each side broken into its alphabetical counterpart lets military agencies keep control of the clit
TheSexiLibrarian: yup
TheSexiLibrarian: and it did finger it quite vigorously
MindLeftBody21: o quite so, what isnt as well is the reconstruction after this vigorous fingering
MindLeftBody21: what will happen to the people of the clit?
TheSexiLibrarian: well, the clitians seemed to have migrated to the uterus... however, the uterards are most displeased by this, and there have already been many reports of suicide bombers
MindLeftBody21: Jesus Christ...what is this world coming to
MindLeftBody21: Its the clitians fault ya know!
MindLeftBody21: They are bulldozing Uterards homes' dammit!
TheSexiLibrarian: no! the uterards should split their land up equally, seeing as how Uterus is home to the religion of the clitians
TheSexiLibrarian: Clitish
MindLeftBody21: The uterards we there first!!!
MindLeftBody21: the Clitians were oppressed now are oppressing others!
TheSexiLibrarian: but it doesn't matter... the clitians have been oppressed for years, and during this devasting time the uterards should be compassionate
MindLeftBody21: by giving up their homes??
TheSexiLibrarian: yes! duh!
TheSexiLibrarian: there is no reason why the uterards can't all live on one side of the uterus, and the clitians can take up the other side
TheSexiLibrarian: who cares if the uterard side becomes over-populated, which would lead to more urbanization, the spread of disease, and more poverty
TheSexiLibrarian: the clitians need a place to stay, dammit!
MindLeftBody21: THE CLITIANS DONT NEED THEIR OWN COUNTRY!
MindLeftBody21: giving them cetain sides or the whoel country leads to this violence!
TheSexiLibrarian: well the only way the violence will cease is if both sides can agree on land divisions that will please everyone!
TheSexiLibrarian: and now the the leader of the clitians has recently died, the clitians, now more than ever need to come to some sort of arangement with the uterards
TheSexiLibrarian: RIP Clitsir Ovaryfat
MindLeftBody21: LMAO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
MindLeftBody21: you are so fuckin amazing lol
MindLeftBody21: MUAH!
TheSexiLibrarian: i am laughing so hard right now
TheSexiLibrarian: this is SO going in my journal
MindLeftBody21: lol i never have better conversations then these i have with you
MindLeftBody21: Clitsir Ovaryfat was a murderer!!!!
TheSexiLibrarian: wow, it took me so long to figure out that last sentence
TheSexiLibrarian: no he wasn't!
TheSexiLibrarian: it was a matyr!!!
TheSexiLibrarian: *he
TheSexiLibrarian: he was a great influence on the clitian people
MindLeftBody21: we need a strong leader liek the uterards Labia O'Menstruate
TheSexiLibrarian: lol!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
TheSexiLibrarian: that selfish son of a bitch, he only cares about getting what he wants... he doesn't care about the clitians at all!
TheSexiLibrarian: if O'Menstruate doesn't come up with some fair arangements, i'm afraid that this will lead to more violence and devestation
MindLeftBody21: SO BE IT THEN!
MindLeftBody21: O'Menstruate should continue ordering bombers out until the Clitians stop invading their homeland
TheSexiLibrarian: the clitians have no where else to go
TheSexiLibrarian: !
TheSexiLibrarian: and Uterus is the homeland of their faith
TheSexiLibrarian: that land has sacred meaning to the Clitish religion!
MindLeftBody21: that doesnt give them rights to kill innocent uterards
MindLeftBody21: because of the clitians the uterards are menstruating at an alarming rate!!
TheSexiLibrarian: lol!!!
TheSexiLibrarian: let me just say, that is not the nation of the clitians that are killing uterards... it is the radical revolutionary groups and insurgents!
MindLeftBody21: the clitians are oding nothing to control the insurgents!!!
MindLeftBody21: and the bigger question certainly is: Why The United G Spot is allying with the clitians!!
MindLeftBody21: Giving the clitians so much attention all the time!
TheSexiLibrarian: lmao!!!
MindLeftBody21: the ocnspiracy theory connect the clit and the g spot to a larger picture, unless the United G spot gets some sick pleasure of having the whole vagina getting FUCKED!
MindLeftBody21: lol i feel proud after that last bit

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