Random thoughts ...  

rm_kelli4u2dew 42F
7028 posts
4/13/2006 10:28 pm

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Random thoughts ...

A woman came to a meeting today wearing a pepto bismal pink business suit. Another lady in my office wore a shocking pink shirt today ...

I don't own anything pink, unless you want to count the pair of panties with the valentine in a strategic place ...

A young lady, couple of years younger than me, was walking down the street today in a pair of fairly new designer jeans. There were frayed holes under each cheek. My mom would have laughed her ass off. When did the "raggedy-assed hippie" look become designer chic? I have a big ass, and I've never worn out the seat of a pair of jeans.

It's hard being the new girl in town. I noticed tonight that I've fallen into a pattern. I come home from work, read blogs for a couple of hours, then realize I'm hungry, there's no food in the house, so I go out to dinner - alone.

Looking at the wine list tonight. I'll admit that I'm not a wine expert, but is any wine really worth $250 a bottle? I mean, you won't even really remember the taste tomorrow.

Oh, and a very nice person gifted me with a silver ball. Now I can spam all my favorite people.

Check out the "who's quoted me" feature. That might actually lead me to pay next month ... definitely for the hard core addicted blogger.


Nightguy_1961 56M
4866 posts
4/13/2006 10:42 pm

*keeps quiet about the pink....err, coral dress shirt he wore at work last night*

You don't have a big ass, Kelli....a cute one, yes. A sexy one, yes. One that begs for nibbling, yes.....err, sorry..got carried away.

I cannot imagine you going out to dinner alone...that's should be considered a federal crime...imho.

Some wines run higher, believe it or not....people buy then to collect...and they never drink them. The most expensive wine I'll buy...a select vintage Merlot..about $35

Nice gift....what a gift giver.

The "who's quoted me" feature is nice.....nice to see when someone's acknowledged that you visited and commented, you know?

Still glad to see you're back.


rm_kelli4u2dew replies on 4/13/2006 11:31 pm:
If I'm going to spend a lot of money on something to look at, I'd rather have a painting than a bottle.

hereforyou6217 44M
912 posts
4/13/2006 11:59 pm

I've never bought a bottle of wine for $250, but I would, for the right bottle. Most I've spent was $110 for a bottle of Mondavi Reserve Cabernet from 1997. And yeah, I will be drinking it, along with the 1994 Opus One I have, and some of the other stuff I have lying in my closet. The right wine, a wine that you'd spend that much on, you're not going to forget what it tasted like the next day. Much of the time, it's a memory you'll carry with you for a LONG time.

And keep in mind-- anytime you buy a bottle in a restaurant, there's an automatic 300% markup over retail. Just saying.

SirluvsStorms 47M
684 posts
4/14/2006 1:12 am

Some people live for chocolate, some for wine, It still amazes me every year who comes to the wine auctions here in Napa Valley. It also amazes me how much money is spent on those bottles, I have been luck to taste an expensive merlot and then again I enjoy an inexpensive glass of Sutter home zin with pasta, Life has little nuances for those who will take the time to explore things in more detail, then again sometimes is it worth the quest? Took my 12 year old daughter exploring ports .. she would dip her finger in and taste, and say yep chocolaty Keep the curiosity it will get you far. Enjoy differences and sameness it will allow contrast and in contrast we find what we like

reverend21 50M
1913 posts
4/14/2006 3:19 am

Fasion trends always escape me as well, for example, crack desease, or plumber pants syndrom. That used to be sometdthine to laugh at, now it's a fasion statement. I'm glad I set my own trends. As for the wine, I'm not saying I would pay $250 for a bottle, but some wines, the tastes are unforgettable. Why I miss Italy so much, well that and the food, and the women, a few other things. Hey, contact me sometime and I'll hook you up with a few very nice wines.

Nightguy_1961 56M
4866 posts
4/14/2006 3:39 am

Some people collect wine as investments, just like jewelry, gold, or silver.

I've heard (or actually read) of some cognacs that were the property of Napoleon himself that have sold at Christie's for thousands, almost millions.

So some people purchase wine/spirits as investments...go figure.

Me...I just enjoy savoring the experience of a good wine.

phangasm2003 107M

4/14/2006 5:47 am

Night guy's right, your ass is anything but big. I should know, I'm a connisseur - I collect 'em the way some people collect wine
But yeah, my mom used to have a saying "more money than sense". Works for fashion and for wine. I mean, at $250 a bottle, it's worth it because someone's willing to pay for it. To my ignorant palate, a $30 bottle will go down the same.
"Who's quoted me" is OK, but if AdultFriendFinder implemented "who's linking to me" or "who's watching my blog", they'd actually have something like real weblogs here. They can take all that time they spent on letting people do goofy markup - that's for MySpace.

caressmewell 54F

4/14/2006 6:15 am

I can think of better places to spend $250.00.
A pink business suit...the thought makes my eyes hurt.

rm_kelli4u2dew 42F
5220 posts
4/14/2006 6:35 am

Caress - the reality did.

Vanman - I totally agree.

Ttiger, phangasm - I guess that's my point. I can tell the difference between $2 dollar wine and $20 dollar wine, but at some point it becomes ridiculous.

And yes, I wish I could see who has me on their watch list. My list has grown so long that it's almost impossible to read it all every day.

NG - when I was a kid I remember reading about someone paying hundreds of thousands for a very old bottle of wine. When they opened it, it was vinegar.

keithcancook 61M
17930 posts
4/14/2006 7:56 am

Females are always overly concerned with fashion.

^ . . ^

( @ )


rm_kelli4u2dew replies on 4/14/2006 8:14 am:
Are you saying we shouldn't pay any attention to our appearance? Don't you like the fact we try to look good for you?

rm_Kissmystuff 62F
1435 posts
4/14/2006 8:47 am

Humm..a pale pink suit wouldn't be bad. It's a color that makes you feel good..but has to be the right shade.

Big ass..according to whom? I say love your body as is..there's beauty in all shapes and sizes.

The wine..I can think of better ways to spend my money. I do enjoy a good wine..but $250..let alone hundreds of thousands of dollars..give me a break! Sounds to me like it's more about ego.



DLiscious2 49M/43F

4/14/2006 9:22 am

Is that you in that picture? Whether or not it is, we think you have a GORGEOUS ass! Not sure how we feel about a pink suit on you or anyone but hey, in general we are in favor of exposing pink.

Also, should you ever find yourself in NYC you will not have to dine alone. Call!

keithcancook 61M
17930 posts
4/14/2006 9:24 am

I said "overly".

For more piggish wisdom please refer to Great Quotes By a Chauvinist Male

^ . . ^

( @ )


rm_kelli4u2dew replies on 4/14/2006 5:44 pm:
Ok, most of these are true ... so what's your point?

And you can get your own damn milk!

SilkenKiera 39F  

4/14/2006 12:08 pm

Pink - yuck. Overdone hippy look is out. MaryKate and Ashley Olsen, Please take note. IT IS OUT. As far as the wine, I've been to vineyards in upstate NY and in CA, I'm not an expert but I do know good wine and I've never paid $250. Having a uncle who owns several resturants, I can tell you that a $250 bottle of wine probably cost the resturant $90, with a discount for buying cases.

Allsleeky 37F

4/14/2006 2:41 pm

Kelli I have a big ass too (your ass is very nice BTW) but I never worn out the seat of a pair of jeans either!

As for the silver ball...congratz.

I might upgrade unless someone gift me!

rm_kelli4u2dew 42F
5220 posts
4/14/2006 5:27 pm

No that's not my ass in the pic. But I think it's very nice ... LOL!
There's one of me a few posts back when I changed my profile pic.

Sleeky - I have had a couple of offers to buy me a membership, but they couldn't figure out how. Anyone know? This one was a gift from the site, just out of the blue! Nice pic, btw.

keith - do I dare? LOL!

Kiera - I know what restaurants' markups are, but what kind of egotist pays that much at a restaurant? I've had Dom Perignon at those prices (I wasn't paying), and I'd have been happy with Moet or Tattingers for far less. Guess I'm not enough of a gold digger.

Cowboy_Deluxe 39M

4/14/2006 8:12 pm

I have to agree with you about the wine. A little over 20 dollars a bottle tastes fine to me, but I ain't a very big wine guy.

Have fun with that ball!


im_curious_4u 51M

4/14/2006 8:41 pm

There's nothing like a good frosty can of wine after a long day at work.

keithcancook 61M
17930 posts
4/14/2006 9:54 pm

Um, other than stirring up trouble there really is no point...

rm_kelli4u2dew replies on 4/15/2006 6:34 am:
Well, I believe that people should do what they're good at.

StaynHardnHot 43M
305 posts
4/15/2006 2:51 pm

Kells, Kells, Kells finally i get to correct YOU on something. Miss, as an expert, i can difintively say that you do not have a big ass, but instead a GREAT ass, probably an AMAZING ass if i had a closer look..lol As for not being a wine connoisseur or much of a gold digger, please DON'T change a thing. You are wonderful just as you are.I like a good wine with a meal occasionally, usually sweet ones like Italian, but as for paying $250 a bottle for one?? Like someone said before me, they're are other things in this world i'd rather spend the money on. Hell with all the people starving out there i think i would just plain feel guilty! And as for you dining alot...PLEASE STOP TORTURING ME!!

StaynHardnHot 43M
305 posts
4/15/2006 2:55 pm

Oops i almost forgot, your blog wasnt on when i wrote about this...would love to get you opion(s) Illegal AliensAmnesty or Expulsion

rm_kelli4u2dew replies on 4/16/2006 9:40 pm:
My father's grandparents were born in Ireland. My mother's grandparents were born in Italy. This country is founded on immigration, and the conquest and slaughter of the people who were here first. The whole immigration issue becoming so important at this time is simply a Bush smoke screen to deflect attention from Iraq and Katrina. It is an extention of the "we're under attack from without" crap that he has used since 9/11 to justify the of the constitution and the illegal invasion of Iraq.

I say let anyone in that wants in.

StaynHardnHot 43M
305 posts
4/15/2006 2:58 pm

yea...opinions would be welcome to...geeshh..lol. Stop laughing at my non-spellchecking ass Kelli!!

JudeL5 47M  
1595 posts
4/16/2006 8:45 pm

I have never worn out the seat of my jeans either... only my knees... I guess I need to stop begging LOL

frogger1995 40F

4/16/2006 8:56 pm

Congrats on the Silver Ball...isn't it great being a gal here?

As for your ass...can I just say, bring back the skirt photo...It inspired me and gave me hope that walking all those damn stairs at work will actually pay off. Frankly, I could use more meat back there.

rm_kelli4u2dew 42F
5220 posts
4/16/2006 9:32 pm

frogger - I'll be glad to trade you a piece of ass for a few ounces of tit ... You like the ass photo better? Hmmmm ...

I do exercise with the purpose of building up my legs (and ass, I guess) for skiing. Lots of biking and swimming. I use elevators as little as possible - not for the exercise but because I'm a little bit claustrophobic.

sassybelle21 33F  
13313 posts
4/17/2006 7:51 pm

My big ass never worn out my jeans either But anyway, how do someone buy you a Silver/Gold membership? I want the Silver back

GoddessOfTheDawn 106F
11240 posts
4/18/2006 2:07 am

kelli, any premium member can buy a 'gift certificate' for a membership.... silver/gold, 1 month, 3 or more... it's in the 'my account' section, under 'account' and then 'redeem or buy gift certificates' for premium members, for standards it just reads 'redeem gift certificates'. When a certificate is bought one obtains a code, which the recipient needs to put in the field on the 'redeem' page....

hope this helpz

rm_kelli4u2dew replies on 4/18/2006 6:01 am:
Thank you so much! I think that there are a number of bloggers who have asked this question. Hugs.

freshlove694u2 64M
1 post
4/20/2006 8:49 pm

The 7 Dwarfs of PMS

(1) Weepy...Usually the first Dwarf to rear its ugly head especially if there is a "touching" moment during things like TV commercials that you ordinarily would not look at twice. This is a sure sign that the rest of the gang can't be too far behind.

(2) Piggy... Piggy has quite an appetite for sweet and salty foods. Piggy can usually be found trying to calm down Weepy and make her smile. Piggy is Weepy's best friend but will go overboard in trying to help. If Piggy doesn't watch out then Bloaty is sure to visit.

(3) Bloaty... Bloaty comes to town to bitch slap Piggy for chowing down one too many chips. Bloaty takes her job seriously and once she comes to the party she is one of the last to leave. Unfortunately Bloaty wakes the evilest dwarf of them all...Bitchy

(4) Bitchy...This bad boy is sometimes referred to as THE Terminator. Don't mess with this character for she is prone to hissy fits. Bitchy takes no prisoners and usually makes no apologies. This evil-doer is likely to have Weepy watching her back and backing her up at any moment so beware. Just when you think you know what Bitchy is bitching about, Weeping will come on the scene and confuse you. Then there is a possibility that you will be the one saying "I'm Sorry".

(5) Horny...This one has quite the appetite of a different kind. This creature has been known to have horny hormone levels that rival many 18 year old boys. Bitchy tries her hardest to keep Horny hidden from view. Weepy can sometimes keep Bitchy at bay long enough for Horny to make her move and be satisified. Men, you need to know that she exists and loves to come out to play.

(6) Crampy...Never a welcome addition. But Crampy is usually a clear sign that Red-Tide will be here soon. Crampy can really get Bitchy going even worse than Bloaty. One of the best ways to soothe Crampy's attacks is to let Horny do her thing. Sometimes it might be best to sleep through Crampy's visits.

(7) Red-Tide... While this character can sometimes be out of control and a messy trouble maker she is always an inevitable and sometimes welcome guest. But once she makes her appearance the end is always in sight. And unfortunately once she makes it onto the scene the others make an extra effort to be noticed and primary.

rm_saabinsight 63M
2 posts
4/25/2006 2:28 pm

Wine is really simple, drink what taste good to you! The true fun of wine is finding the nice drinkable wines that cost very little. You can find drinkable as well as undrinkable wines within all price ranges.

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