Friday, August 27, 2010

Are you Lonely on a Friday Night? Join us Here!



(Ask me about this picture)

It's time for a Friday night for blogger friends to come together and have a drink, watch a movie, listen to music, sit around and chat on here. Any subject is open, any flirting is allowed, any nonsensical comments are encouraged. Now, begin....

80 comments:

  1. It's kind of ironic that I won't be able to join y'all, since NOBODY is lonelier than I am.
    Wouldn't be good company anyway, I'm having one of my "moods". I'm considering committing "cyber suicde" and wiping out all traces of Gummerfan's existence.

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  2. I love that lovely view in the picture. It's almost as lovely as the hostess of this blog.

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  3. Oh BG;
    You do that and you will break my heart more than you could imagine! Get out of you mood, grumpy pants and remember there are sparkling women like me out there just waiting for your company.

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  4. Barry;
    Thank you. I sent that to your earlier to enjoy, but I will admit that I look forward to one week from now having that be my new view every day from my back patio at my awesome apartment!

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  5. Thanks, Barry. When I was a kid, we had two carriage houses on our estate and when the kids got to be 16, they got their own cottage if they could get a job and buy their own groceries. All my siblings had the rite of passage, but we moved before I turned 16. I married at 21 right from my family of origin. I've never been on my own in my entire life, although when I look back--I've always been on my own, I'm just making it official.

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  6. Well, I am glad that you have a chance to run with the ball

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  7. Oh, I like that imagery, but can it be a set of balls, please?

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  8. I have to say that I worry a bit about your safety. Maybe I should send you one of my swords

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  9. Barry;
    You are very sweet to be concerned, but I do own some weaponry, however, I am enough weapon. No one would dare mess with me. I may be cute and sweet, but I can be a real bitch on wheels if someone messes with me, I'm in great shape (run 10 miles a day) and am always wary. I am going to secure the apartment very nicely and it will be my own fortress where I can enjoy doing some amazing blogging this September and into the Halloween month as I amp things up on GHT! Of course, if you want to come and stand guard at the door, I won't stop ya.

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  10. In that case, I couldn't "love pure and chaste from afar."

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  11. Barry, are you saying you'd reliniquish guarding my door and come inside? You are such a flirt!

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  12. you would tempt a Saint and I am no Saint

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  13. I like the idea of making a saint stray. I always did love "The Thornbirds."

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  14. AutumnForest's new digs. We are going to have some crazy girls nights at that place...woohoo!
    @Gummer, don't break my heart dear...I am sending you a cyber hug until AF and I can hug you in person.
    @howdy Barry!

    word verification: tions (huh, feels incomplete)

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  15. @Julie have you let the girls out? (wink)

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  16. The party has officially started--my wild and crazy sister is here! Welcome Julie! Yes, well, I even have a fireplace. We can roast marshmallows, raid the heated pool in the wintertime and drive everyone crazy in our bikinis and then watch horror movies.

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  17. Pangs;
    It's across from a mountain preserve, tons of bunny rabbits, birds and coyotes. It's quiet and so beautiful. I will be doing my vids from back there starting with my first face-to-everyone video I'm doing on my birthday Sept 17!

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  18. You know, some people hate packing. I am totally digging it! I wish it were the 4th already!

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  19. @Autumn nothing like bare skin in front of a fire

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  20. Barry;
    How did you know? Yeah, I like the feel of the warmth on my skin on a chilly winter even, some disaronno on the rocks, feeling all warm, all boneless and helpless.

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  21. @Autumn are you sure that you wouldn't need a guard?

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  22. Barry;
    Are you gonna leave your happy state, haul you butt across country to the godawful desert to guard my door? I suspect I won't have any trouble finding a strapping man to take care of my virtue--or to debauch it. The complex is gated and secure. You can rest easy, my guardian.

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  23. Barry;
    You're a hoot! Where's my sis?? Julie? Pangs? Did we lose him again? He has a tendency to wander. I think we should leash Pangs and make him remain all the way until we all get too sleepy to type anymore and then quiz him on what we said....

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  24. Okay, so I want to know.... is anyone planning cool stuff for Halloween on their blogs?

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  25. I'm hosting a book giveaway now that ends next month's full moon. I expect the book will arrive before October so the winner will have plenty of time to read it and get into the halloween mood.

    Its Dracula in Love

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  26. I saw that on you blog. The cover sold me. Looks good. My kind of thing--I like romance with my horror. I'm a naughty girl. Expect to see on the 31st of this month--just a few days--to see Dale speaking to the camera. He is going to go on a chilling horror bender as he sort of loses his ventriloquist doll mind. I want to keep everyone very unsettled this season.

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  27. I do tend to wander far afield when left to my own devices.

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  28. Dale could stand to let loose a little. It'll do wonders for his general doll being.

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  29. Pangs;
    Hope you feel that way once you see him face to camera talking to you....

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  30. Pangs;
    You're a smoking doggy, what can we expect? You have anything up your sleeves for Halloween season on your blog. Oh, btw, I adore your blog and your insights.

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  31. Maybe Dale would read some Poe to us.

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  32. Sorry, Gary is playing poker tonight and he needed a little something to help him win *wink*
    @Barry, the girls are free!!!

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  33. Dale and Poe? (snort!) Nope, not that empty-headed doll. More like creepy threats and mischief.

    So, the girls are free, but are they all flushed now??? Hee hee
    Mine are free too! Wahoo! Feels liberating.

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  34. Is it hot in here or is it you two

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  35. Barry;
    Images dancing in your head, huh? I'm not that glamorous this evening. I still am running around in my shorts. I guess I should shuck thos off and just be free.

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  36. both, it is hot in here and so are we!!!

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  37. Speak for yourself, Julie. I'm all sweaty cause I've been packing boxes. I will be taking the laptop out by the poolside and skinnydipping as I write. It's very naughty but the water is so great at night.

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  38. get your naked pool time in now you can't do that when you move

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  39. I tell you what, I'm headed out there right now. Might take me about 6 seconds to get rid of those bottoms and I'm in the pool blogging.

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  40. Thats what is wrong with blogging today ... not enough nude blogging

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  41. Don't have a pool so all I can give tonight is the girls being free.

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  42. I'm officially skinnydip blogging. It's gotta be a first, right? The pool feels like it cooled down a bit...86-it was 92 the other day! Feels good. Oh, here's a question. I am thinking my divorce gift to myself is having my autumn leaf tattoo recreated lying on its back between the dimples in my low back. Would that be cheap or would it look cool?

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  43. Julie your magnificent girls being free is worth one skinnydipping Autumnforest any day!

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  44. could we say that the girls are titillating?

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  45. You just wanted to say "tit." So, what are you giving up for tonight? Tell me, are you wearing your jogging pants again?

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  46. yup my ratty old jogging pants lol

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  47. I'm not giving up anything I plan to share my Fridays with a pair of lovely ladies. No football, syfy, or clubing could take the place of chatting with lovely woman

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  48. That's not what I meant, Bar...
    I meant we freed the girls. Whatcha freeing?

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  49. So, I'm moving back inside now. Skeeters want to suck on me.

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  50. can't blame them I feel the same way

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  51. It's funny cause I lived in the south growing up-not one bite. Tonight, my very first mosquito bite ever! How is that possible? Damn! I didn't realize they itch! I always imagined it'd sting like a bee. Silly me. I guess my blood isn't that sweet or perhaps they find it sacred....

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  52. Yup they are so big here that they have FAA numbers

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  53. Yeah, I don't think I could take that. I love moisture and rain and my hair gets super curly and shiny, but having my clothing all sopping wet all the time would be kinda icky. Of course in a few years I'm moving to Portland but a cool sticky I can handle. I'm hot enough already.

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  54. Watch them skeeters, some are carrying some bad blood.....damn blood suckers! I prefer vampires myself. Watching Haven, doing my grocery list and checking out the chatter on here. Can you say multitasker?

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  55. I put in the movie "Animals" but purely for some of the best sex scenes in a movie ever. I can't tell you how many reports I've been typing up with West Nile. Scary. But then, I'm ridiculously healthy, so I don't worry about it. Wow, I've been initiated. It took going to the desert to get bit by a skeeter. How freaky is that? I spent all my summer twilights playing at the swamp and creek area in our yard, playing in the Dismal Swamp at our summer home and I never got bit once. Crazy!

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  56. The desert skeeters like your blood more than those east coast skeeters.

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  57. They probably can sense my happiness and it's too attractive. Hey, what are you up to, sis? I'm having my second beer. Just purchased renter's insurance for the apartment and am cruising through cable to decide how to indebt myself more.

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  58. Going through my stack of coupons to see which ones I need, and still watching Haven (weird show). When are you going to get that cell phone sis?

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  59. Well, I'm getting a cable phone to start with unlimited long distance and I can call my sis and such. I want the cell phone, but I need the basics right now and until the papers go through and I have the cash in my hands.

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  60. ... and then you can spurge on yourself.

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  61. I'm a simple gal to please. Just the necessities, a man with his arms around me, candlelight and a jar of Nutella. Don't ask.

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  62. I love Nutella, it is a life saver when I am on my period and have a bad case of PMS... It can be used for other things as well, lol.

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  63. and here I thought that it was a spread ...

    simpler still crackers, cheese, fruit, and a juicy woman or was that a fruity woman and juicy fruit ... something like that

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  64. I'm like a hummingbird, I need a little sugar to keep up my incredible speed.

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  65. @Barry, after 29 years of marriage, you have to get creative and keep things fresh! LOL, I am watching Hairspray now...

    @autumn, you are the energizer bunny my dear, lol.

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  66. Oh my--creative--that's my middle name. You don't want to get me started. I will certainly get into mischief. The lucky guy who gets me will live out every fantasy--in the first week, no doubt!

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  67. Happy Friday !

    I like the fact that you are a bellydancer, and I liked your shimmy a few posts back along with the pretty hip scarf.

    I started 8 years ago, and it's the only cure against my bouts of depression. It has served me well.

    I wonder if you perform in public.

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  68. Senorita;
    I admittedly only took a beginner's class. I like club dancing and hip hop myself. Kind of like "So You Think You Can Dance" style. I don't think I'm built for bellydancing--don't really have hips. It did help me learn a few moves that I incorporate in my regular dancing which I really love. People who can seriously bellydance amaze me. They are truly talented.

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  69. Autumnforest,

    I think all women are built for bellydance. You don't need a certain set of hips to do it. Bellydance accomodates all types of bodytypes.

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