The Smiths on The Beatles...

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  1. Rush for Lush

    > Oooh on a high note though! Lush have recently opened up a shop
    > in York, have you ever tried their stuff? if you haven't you
    > must!

    Omigod! LUSH!! My best mate Oliver went on holiday and brought me loads of stuff back..and god, it's fabulous! I've got four of those bath bombs and that silky underwear talc and the cookie dough stuff...

    Excuse me. Ahem.

    LMC x
     
  2. Cinderella

    Cinderella Guest

    Re: Rush for Lush

    > Omigod! LUSH!! My best mate Oliver went on holiday and brought
    > me loads of stuff back..and god, it's fabulous! I've got four of
    > those bath bombs and that silky underwear talc and the cookie
    > dough stuff...

    > Excuse me. Ahem.

    > LMC x

    Isn't it just the best thing ever, ever?! silky underwear is oh, my, god, that stuff is nice, good. And the icon perfume...is better than amaaaaaaazing.

    You Have to try the figs and leaves soap...you just wanna stay in and think about how lovely it makes your skin feel and smell...boot the grime of the world in the crotch dear and stay in and order tons from lush!
     
  3. Re: Rush for Lush

    > Isn't it just the best thing ever, ever?! silky underwear is oh,
    > my, god, that stuff is nice, good. And the icon perfume...is
    > better than amaaaaaaazing.

    > You Have to try the figs and leaves soap...you just wanna stay
    > in and think about how lovely it makes your skin feel and
    > smell...boot the grime of the world in the crotch dear and stay
    > in and order tons from lush!

    But there isn't a shop near where I live! WAIL!!!

    My Lush bag is behind me now...I want to try the perfume! Have you ever tried that baby face bath bomb? I saw it in the newspaper Oliver gave me with the products and it's face looks dead scary! It will come and get me in the night..NOOOOO!

    LMC x
     
  4. Cinderella

    Cinderella Guest

    Re: Reach for Lush

    > But there isn't a shop near where I live! WAIL!!!

    Go to the web-site, that's what I do (all the time!) OR mail order from the lush times you've got. It says wait up to 14 days but my stuff has always arrived after four days...but then even that seems like too long!!!

    ps. THE MASSAGE BARS!!!!!! The EGO one is dishlicious, honestly I swear it!


    Yummy!
     
  5. Re: Reach for Lush

    > Go to the web-site, that's what I do (all the time!) OR mail
    > order from the lush times you've got. It says wait up to 14 days
    > but my stuff has always arrived after four days...but then even
    > that seems like too long!!!

    > ps. THE MASSAGE BARS!!!!!! The EGO one is dishlicious, honestly
    > I swear it!

    Oh God I've stayed up so long this Sigur Ros thing is on after the break!

    I hope the MF remembers tomorrow...although I shouldn't give him any hints.

    LMC x

    I'm off to bed now Cinds. Nighty tight. xxx
     
  6. Cinderella

    Cinderella Guest

    Re: Winding up nowhere

    > Oh God I've stayed up so long this Sigur Ros thing is on after
    > the break!

    I hope it was worth it after all of that waiting!

    > I hope the MF remembers tomorrow...although I shouldn't give him
    > any hints.

    Tomorrow? (Although by now I suppose that should be Today?) Something special...or maybe the fullfilling of a promise (if the promise in question is a phone call - chickens counting hatching and eggs...now why do these words always come to mind when thinking of straight men and telephones?! Mind you, the type that do call on time are the ones you really don't care to be called by at all!..Now what the hooliehoo is THAT all about, hmmmn?) And in my experience hints often have to be spelled out with a hammer, (A BIG HAMMER), so I shouldn't worry your pretty little head over that one if I were you, which I'm quite plainly not, because otherwise I would now be typing to myself...

    Gosh I'm missing my tea...(exagerated melodramatic exhasperation and distress)

    Still BTVS was superspondulik last night sooooooo I taped it and watched it twice...

    Cinders x
     
  7. Re: Winding up nowhere

    > I hope it was worth it after all of that waiting!

    Nah, it wasn't! It only lasted ten minutes!

    > Tomorrow? (Although by now I suppose that should be Today?)
    > Something special...or maybe the fullfilling of a promise (if
    > the promise in question is a phone call - chickens counting
    > hatching and eggs...

    No, I got the first spontaneous phone call from the MF today and it was very very nice.

    > Mind you, the
    > type that do call on time are the ones you really don't care to
    > be called by at all!..

    Oh, yes, totally! Joseph Bottomely you know who you are!

    > Now what the hooliehoo is THAT all about,hmmmn?)

    Because all women secretly yearn for a James Dean - wild with more than a hint of rebellion! Drool. Men who call you on time are...wet teabags.

    > And in my experience hints often have to be spelled out
    > with a hammer, (A BIG HAMMER), so I shouldn't worry your pretty
    > little head over that one if I were you, which I'm quite plainly
    > not, because otherwise I would now be typing to myself...

    Nah, TMF is very good at remembering - better than me, anyway! But he's got a degree in History so his mind is full of dates! (And raisins.) Today is our five month anniversary.

    > Still BTVS was superspondulik last night sooooooo I taped it and
    > watched it twice...

    BTVS? Um?

    LMC oxo oxo
     
  8. Cinderella

    Cinderella Guest

    Re: Winding up I know where

    > Nah, it wasn't! It only lasted ten minutes!

    Probably would have been good if you hadn't had to wait for it!

    > No, I got the first spontaneous phone call from the MF today and
    > it was very very nice.

    So before today were they always...synchronise watches and all that...or maybe even tapped out in morse code?! I love planned ones and unplanned ones...though suprise visits (and the risk of being caught in your 'I'm feeling sorry for myself pj's and no make-up etc) are a definite no no!

    > Oh, yes, totally! Joseph Bottomely you know who you are!

    I have my own names but rather than typing them I'd rather take the opportunity to say yaaaaahhhheeeuuuuckkkk! Why do some people think it's all about tactics and strategies? why don't they just get that no matter what they do or say or don't do or say or act or whatever...they are just NEVER gonna be the one???!!!!! Neither do they realise that by continuing their pointless charade they are only going to get pitied or wig you out...and neither is attractive. Time to realise they're just not him..!

    Laughing shouldn't that be your five monthiversary?! I'm good at remembering...only the wrong things at the wrong time, see it's all in there somewhere only there must be a glitch in my circuitry or something because it all gets spat out randomly. History I did A-level history for three years (see when you're a hypersomniac it takes you a little longer to do stuff - you have to allow for all those annoying little naps inbetween that get in the way and PISS YOU OFF!)

    > BTVS? Um?

    Buffy the Vampire Slayer...DON'T LAUGH! Actually I did, and scoffed and mocked but then I watched and liked and now I love...honestly watch the repeat on friday night (on 2) or tape it or something...it's good and last nights was brilly. Lots of nice eyecandy in it to boot!

    > LMC oxo oxo

    I hope that would be the vegetable oxo

    Cinderella xxx

    Still missing greasy - honestly it's soooooooooooo unfair!!!
     
  9. Winding up the key in my back.

    > So before today were they always...synchronise watches and all
    > that...or maybe even tapped out in morse code?! I love planned
    > ones and unplanned ones...though suprise visits (and the risk of
    > being caught in your 'I'm feeling sorry for myself pj's and no
    > make-up etc) are a definite no no!

    I don't have to really worry about that considering he lives 50 miles away!

    > I have my own names but rather than typing them I'd rather take
    > the opportunity to say yaaaaahhhheeeuuuuckkkk! Why do some
    > people think it's all about tactics and strategies? why don't
    > they just get that no matter what they do or say or don't do or
    > say or act or whatever...they are just NEVER gonna be the
    > one???!!!!! Neither do they realise that by continuing their
    > pointless charade they are only going to get pitied or wig you
    > out...and neither is attractive. Time to realise they're just
    > not him..!

    God, I know! Meester JB rang me up and actually gave me scientific reasons on why I should go out with him...I swear that is not a lie...

    > Laughing shouldn't that be your five monthiversary?!

    Yes, you're right! I stand corrected...

    > Buffy the Vampire Slayer...DON'T LAUGH! Actually I did, and
    > scoffed and mocked but then I watched and liked and now I
    > love...honestly watch the repeat on friday night (on 2) or tape
    > it or something...it's good and last nights was brilly. Lots of
    > nice eyecandy in it to boot!

    I'll try it out, I've never really watched it before. Did you watch Family Guy yesterday on C4? Oh, God, it's beautiful genius!

    > Still missing greasy - honestly it's soooooooooooo unfair!!!

    Tell me, which nationailty is Greasy, or is it one big secret?

    LMC x
     
  10. Cinderella

    Cinderella Guest

    Re: key toys

    > God, I know! Meester JB rang me up and actually gave me
    > scientific reasons on why I should go out with him...I swear
    > that is not a lie...

    Scary creepy. You have my most heartfelt empathy. I hate it when you're trying to think about a nice person and nice things and then the niggly WON'T GO AWAY AND NEVER COME BACK annoyance pollutes your thoughts! (and so, like incy wincy spider you have to start all over again)...oh BTW, I was told that I just wasn't trying hard enough and liking someone had to be worked at!!! Do these people have NO dignity?! Honestly...

    > I'll try it out, I've never really watched it before. Did you
    > watch Family Guy yesterday on C4? Oh, God, it's beautiful
    > genius!

    No I didn't see that...I very rarely watch tv.

    > Tell me, which nationailty is Greasy, or is it one big secret?

    Nothing secret about it...but can't you tell? I mean have you SEEN the way he spells colour and honour and humour?! Yup that man is most definately one of 'them'!

    > LMC x
     
  11. kin-key toys

    > oh BTW, I was told that I just wasn't
    > trying hard enough and liking someone had to be worked at!!! Do
    > these people have NO dignity?! Honestly...

    Aw, Gawd! That's awful! I like the way that even though they're hopelessly desperate, they still talk to you like you're terribly stupid for not going out with them.

    > No I didn't see that...I very rarely watch tv.

    Then tape it and watch it twice!

    > Nothing secret about it...but can't you tell? I mean have you
    > SEEN the way he spells colour and honour and humour?! Yup that
    > man is most definately one of 'them'!

    Is he? I thought I saw him spell favourite with a 'u' once...hey, do you want to keep this conversation going somewhere else? I fear this thread is veering dangerously to the right...and I'm no Tory! Boom boom!

    LMC x
     
  12. Cinderella

    Cinderella Guest

    Re: Weeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee

    > Aw, Gawd! That's awful! I like the way that even though they're
    > hopelessly desperate, they still talk to you like you're
    > terribly stupid for not going out with them.

    scary isn't it, I mean what do they actually think they're playing at?! It's not at all charming or even interesting.

    > Then tape it and watch it twice!

    Touche...I will make a concerted one to do so!

    > Is he? I thought I saw him spell favourite with a 'u'
    > once...hey, do you want to keep this conversation going
    > somewhere else?

    Well why the heck not!

    > I fear this thread is veering dangerously to the
    > right...and I'm no Tory! Boom boom!

    No, because if you were I would be running away from you screaming right now! BTW have you noticed just how similar are the words Tory and Tony? Oddly interesting yet somewhat disturbing!

    Cinders. x.
     
  13. > No, he didn't... He was a drug user during all his life...

    Not all of his life actually. (It wasn't until his 22 year that he first used "drugs") Inless you want to count the alcohol as being a "drug user."

    > But he insisted on his "peace and love" after 60's...

    During, and after. He was part of the bandwagon in the 60's, but DURING the sixties. He did not start "after" the 60's.

    > LSD and WATER were the same during 60's,

    Nice quote. LSD, in pill form, was widely distributed in the early sixites, while it was still freely LEGAL. It wasn't until the late 60's when it became illegal that it became the "hippy drug." Most of the "elite" (I assume we're talking about the famous people here) still perfered alcohol.

    >we know that, but
    > Lennon was a drug sicker during all his life.

    Drinking lots of alcohol makes him that? Strange. The LSD didnt' start until 64', and that was with the band and the herion came in late 70's along with the bandwagon of other celebs doing it. He was hardily a "drug sicker."

    A selfish,
    > egomanic person until his last day, and this is not a secret.

    Now this IS true....Selfish yes, egomaniac yes....but, when you think about it, so is Morrissey. Do you like him still? Or are you so revulted in his imperfection that you would rather not get another one of his albums?

    > George invited his friend Clapton

    Friend who slept with his wife, who also left him to marry Clapton.
    No ones perfect, eh?

    The point is, you can have as many bad attitudes (and yes that's what they are) about musicians as you want. But, try to keep them real to the history...at least.
     
  14. somnium

    somnium Guest

    > Not all of his life actually. (It wasn't until his 22 year that
    > he first used "drugs") Inless you want to count the
    > alcohol as being a "drug user."

    I said that he was STILL a drug user after the Beatles. I'm not talking about his beginning or his first time trying drugs.

    > During, and after. He was part of the bandwagon in the 60's, but
    > DURING the sixties. He did not start "after" the 60's.

    That everybody knows. I did not say that he started "after".

    > Nice quote. LSD, in pill form, was widely distributed in the
    > early sixites, while it was still freely LEGAL. It wasn't until
    > the late 60's when it became illegal that it became the
    > "hippy drug." Most of the "elite" (I assume
    > we're talking about the famous people here) still perfered
    > alcohol.

    > Drinking lots of alcohol makes him that? Strange. The LSD didnt'
    > start until 64', and that was with the band and the herion came
    > in late 70's along with the bandwagon of other celebs doing it.
    > He was hardily a "drug sicker."

    Lsd and heroin are not the only stuff Lennon tryied. If I mention that here, it's because he never cared at all. He used to say: Leave me and Yoko alone. ... But he was often demandind spot lights and everything else. Ans YES, alcohol is considered as a drug, but NO, that was not the only stuff he used to try during 80's...

    > A selfish,

    > Now this IS true....Selfish yes, egomaniac yes....but, when you
    > think about it, so is Morrissey. Do you like him still? Or are
    > you so revulted in his imperfection that you would rather not
    > get another one of his albums?

    Big difference cause Moz is able to see that he is NOT an angel, but Lennon with his annoing POWER TO THE PEOPLE, was often tryieng to prove that he was so kind and cool... LIER

    > Friend who slept with his wife, who also left him to marry
    > Clapton.
    > No ones perfect, eh?

    I know that very well. I never said that I like Clapton. GOD OF GUITAR... Hendrix was the only... and please, you don't need to say that he was a junkie, ok?

    > The point is, you can have as many bad attitudes (and yes that's
    > what they are) about musicians as you want. But, try to keep
    > them real to the history...at least.

    Something is very wrong here, cause it seems that you think you keep them real to the history, but NO, you don't. As you can see, YOU need to learn more about Lennon and George... not me
     
  15. Re: The Smiths on The Beatles...This story is old I know

    > Big difference cause Moz is able to see that he is NOT an angel,
    > but Lennon with his annoing POWER TO THE PEOPLE,

    Actually, he openly declared himself as a bad father to Julian, and a bastard himself. He, (especially in the 80's) but also VERY much in the 60's, (starting after the Jesus scandal) decalred himself as just like anybody else, imperfect. But, If you want to specifically hear him say that watch Imagine.

    >was often
    > tryieng to prove that he was so kind and cool... LIER

    No, It was more of a "we are not perfect" but we would like to do something to make the world a better place. It's like the old vegetarian argument, you can't end all world suffering, and you're not a perfect person but you want to do what you can to make things better. He KNEW he could use his celebrity status to promote politics that he supported. There were SEVERAL organizations that he funded, and promoted through the press outside of the "power to the people" ideas.

    Oh, and he was cool. = ) As for kind...no, I don't think he was that kind in himself, I agree.

    > I know that very well. I never said that I like Clapton. GOD OF
    > GUITAR...

    lol

    >Hendrix was the only... and please, you don't need to
    > say that he was a junkie, ok?

    Nope. I think you know that already. But, he's not any less cool, or less of a musician because of it.

    > Something is very wrong here, cause it seems that you think you
    > keep them real to the history, but NO, you don't. As you can
    > see, YOU need to learn more about Lennon and George... not me

    No, actually I've read almost everything put out about them, that's including all the documented historical texts. It seems that you have alot of negative opinions towards Lennon, and that gets in the way of how you're gaguing history (ie, you think Lennon was always trying to prove that he was "kind and cool"). But, I'm not going to try anymore, because if you don't see it, then I can't make you.

    The End.
     
  16. somnium

    somnium Guest

    Re: The Smiths on The Beatles...This story is old I know

    > Actually, he openly declared himself as a bad father to Julian,
    > and a bastard himself. He, (especially in the 80's) but also
    > VERY much in the 60's, (starting after the Jesus scandal)
    > decalred himself as just like anybody else, imperfect. But, If
    > you want to specifically hear him say that watch Imagine.

    > No, It was more of a "we are not perfect" but we would
    > like to do something to make the world a better place. It's like
    > the old vegetarian argument, you can't end all world suffering,
    > and you're not a perfect person but you want to do what you can
    > to make things better. He KNEW he could use his celebrity status
    > to promote politics that he supported. There were SEVERAL
    > organizations that he funded, and promoted through the press
    > outside of the "power to the people" ideas.

    See... I don't want to go on with this for a simple reason: George is my favourite Beatle... I would never like more or less a person because they are a drug user... Hendrix was, but hold on... Hendrix was a brilliant man... Just live and let live... Hope you understand, ok? My best...

    > Oh, and he was cool. = ) As for kind...no, I don't think he was
    > that kind in himself, I agree.

    > lol

    > Nope. I think you know that already. But, he's not any less
    > cool, or less of a musician because of it.

    > No, actually I've read almost everything put out about them,
    > that's including all the documented historical texts. It seems
    > that you have alot of negative opinions towards Lennon, and that
    > gets in the way of how you're gaguing history (ie, you think
    > Lennon was always trying to prove that he was "kind and
    > cool"). But, I'm not going to try anymore, because if you
    > don't see it, then I can't make you.

    > The End.
     
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