The Honey Pot

hahaha. my phone told me there were replies but nothing was showing up. thanks guys. Waffle Happiness to you all!

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katiepenny replied to your photo “Hi, my name is Jennifer and I’m addicted to Sexy Dragon books. —-so…”

Um I own all of these. The last one is rly good.

I really like the series a ridiculous amount. I just started the last one.

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malachitegrey replied to your photo “Hi, my name is Jennifer and I’m addicted to Sexy Dragon books. —-so…”

This sounded totally normal for dragon romance until you got to “her soulmate is a disembodied spirit.” Although I have read some “dark erotica” short stories like that, they usually mentioned it earlier. I vote yes to Voldemort lobster claws, btw.
I am way into normative dragon romance. learning things about myself. he gets re-embodied. He was going through a difficult time, ya know? and luckily a lot of his lady~love~dragon’s powers and talents revolved around reading thoughts and being aware of a spirit realm. plus invisibility.
an important lesson that we just don’t talk about enough is that it is never okay to inhabit someone’s unconscious body to satisfy sexual desires. unless you first have permission from all parties. dragon or no.

runeybadger replied to your photo “Hi, my name is Jennifer and I’m addicted to Sexy Dragon books. —-so…”

Do all dragons have lobster claws in this series? I’m really into lobster claws.
no. let me be very clear. NONE of the characters in the series have lobster claws. that’s a thing that was only going on in my brain and on that piece of paper. sorry, Rune, if I got your hopes up.

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runeybadger replied to your post “enter kitchen. The floor is covered with an unidentified mucus-y…”

maybe it was ghosts?

thank you, Rune, for coming up with another explanation that doesn’t make me want to firebomb the kitchen! just ghosts. I can work with ghosts.

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So when you say dragon love you mean…?

it’s not like the Sims stuff.

they are “historical romances” but I think myth/fantasy would be a more accurate category if we have to saddle it with a category.

TLOTH recommended them to me a long time ago because I had posted something about not being at all well read in romances and how I had probably missed out because some of the smartest coolest ladies I know read romance. (or something like that. I’m too lazy to look for the post right now). I had no doubt that they would be a good read for me because TLOTH has many great skills & gifts, and knowing the right book is one of those talents. It took me a while to get to it because I’m pretty apprehensive of the romance aisle. BUT DRAGONS! (she knew exactly what she was doing)

It’s about a clan of shapeshifters (human form, smoke, DRAGON)  that live amongst humans set in England in the 1700’s.

The first one was a fun read. It was the perfect mix of badass lady heroine, sweetness, and beast-y-ness for me.

and then I started sobbing because I have trouble relating to romantic story lines and also I’ll never find my Drakon soulmate…because I’m pretty sure they don’t exist.

I still can’t talk about that show but I am adequate at answering questions about that show.
My achievements are many, mostly involving answering a lot of question incorrectly.

I still can’t talk about that show but I am adequate at answering questions about that show.

My achievements are many, mostly involving answering a lot of question incorrectly.

do people even do these anymore?
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womaninterrupted replied to your post “There was a guy at the park with a dirt bike frame and where the…”

Uh-oh. Where did it blow?

this question made me laugh. maybe it should stay a mystery? mysteries are fun!
(answer in the tags)
I washed and hung it up to dry as soon as I got home. it just takes forever to dry.

womaninterrupted replied to your photo “YOU GUYS. if you are ever abducted and abandoned in a desert canyon it…”

Elbow warmers are the hottest thing. Where can I buy some?



runeybadger replied to your photo “YOU GUYS. if you are ever abducted and abandoned in a desert canyon it…”
your elbow warmers are cute
I love that you both called them elbow warmers
the elbow warmers were a bit disappointing. they kept slumping towards my wrists. butT they can be found wherever leg warmers are sold!

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womaninterrupted replied to your post “There was a guy at the park with a dirt bike frame and where the…”

Uh-oh. Where did it blow?

this question made me laugh. maybe it should stay a mystery? mysteries are fun!

(answer in the tags)

I washed and hung it up to dry as soon as I got home. it just takes forever to dry.

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womaninterrupted replied to your photo “YOU GUYS. if you are ever abducted and abandoned in a desert canyon it…”

Elbow warmers are the hottest thing. Where can I buy some?

runeybadger replied to your photo “YOU GUYS. if you are ever abducted and abandoned in a desert canyon it…”

your elbow warmers are cute
I love that you both called them elbow warmers

the elbow warmers were a bit disappointing. they kept slumping towards my wrists. butT they can be found wherever leg warmers are sold!

Rules: In a text post, list ten books that have stayed with you in some way. Don’t take but a few minutes, and don’t think too hard — they don’t have to be the “right” or “great” works, just the ones that have touched you. Tag ten friends, including me, so I’ll see your list. Make sure you let your friends know you’ve tagged them!

Tagged by: closeskies!

  1. Emma by Jane Austen
  2. shopgirl by Steve Martin
  3. Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy by Douglas Adams
  4. Kitchen Confidential by Anthony Bourdain
  5. The Westing Game by Ellen Raskin
  6. This Book Will Save Your Life by a.m homes
  7. I Capture the Castle by Dodie Smith
  8. The Romanian by Bruce Benderson
  9. The Financial Lives of Poets by Jess Walter
  10. shoot. how is that 10 already…The Harry Potter Wrinkle in time Hobbit with Squirrel Nutkin and Opus & Bill the Cat Hunger Games? hmmm. I guess I’ll go with
  11. I Like You by Amy Sedaris

I’d like everyone to do this if they want. I love to know about the books my people enjoy. I’m gonna tag a bunch but I’ll get tired before I tag everyone. make a list of books (Thanks Jessica! I was so tempted to put a Christopher Pike book on my list)

runeybadger replied to your post “Is there an app to tell me how long I can be outside before my face…”

Cut a mouth hole in the face mask?

this is wise. and probably exactly what I should do to avoid cabin fever but I think that mask is a hard limit for me. Jazz and I just did a three block jog. that’s enough for now.

malachitegrey replied to your photoset “me: I’m not going to wear that dad: it would be good when you are…”

Oh my god, it took awhile for the picture to load and it was so much weirder than I imagined.

yeah. sorry. and I totally didn’t think that through because for a full day that was my top post on my activity page. I kept shitting myself in fear. I’m exhausted.