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Walking the fine line between insight and insanity since 1989.
Someone once described me as "a curious cross between a Disney princess and Jessica Rabbit". I choose to take that person's word for it.
To the random people I don't know from Adam who keep messaging me with such requests: no, I am not down to fuck, so stop asking. Seriously. It gets old.
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"Swim" dress from the movie "Titanic" for sale, $250 ( for sale » other ) Offered is a recreation of the blue and pink gown pictured on the right,... read more
And guess who's set to portray Belle from "Beauty and the Beast" (not the Disney version, mind)? If you guessed it was yours truly, you're right!Wed, February 29, 2012 - 10:14 PM permalink - 0 comments
Which means I have to get an eighteenth-century corset *and* a seventeenth-century gown (in yellow or gold, of course) all ready in a month and a half's time. It'll be an adventure, I'm sure.
Anyway -- woo-hoo!
Out of morbid curiosity, I tried on the very first costume I ever made for Ren faire -- when I was eleven.Wed, January 18, 2012 - 1:26 AM permalink - 0 comments
If I were to put on a corset, it would close in the back. It might even be too big in the bust.
WHAT IS THIS, I DON'T EVEN.
On how pink became a "feminine" color, and blue a "masculine" color: www.smithsonianmag.com/arts-c...nk.htmlMon, January 16, 2012 - 1:22 PM permalink - 0 comments
Yeah, you heard me: teapartyforobama.com/Mon, January 16, 2012 - 10:15 AM permalink - 0 comments
Just take a moment to soak it in.
Nailed. It: www.youtube.com/watchTue, January 10, 2012 - 5:48 PM permalink - 0 comments
(. . . No pun intended.)
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April 6, 2007To quote a wise, wise man... Chloe is "The Maiden of Mistletoe". Sweet, caring, intelligent, independent, beautiful, talented, engaging... there is NOTHING to dislike about Chloe. Unless you're not fond of modest, skilled, beautiful young women. Then there's just something wrong with you. ;)