I'm Jazz. I'm a smooth sax riff that slides into the night. A soft-core New Yorker. A lover of fine desserts and simple pleasures whose heels are always too high.
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posted by jazz @ 11:10 PM
I can sure relateMaybe not the catcalls thoughYou should try the veal…
snicker.and double snicker at andy! ahaha.
in costa ricathere was a construction sitejust like the US...I'll email you later, but I'm going to DC for sure for part of the summer. You know anyone in need or want of a subletter for an odd six week period?
ipod I love you20 Gigs of perfectionshuffling time away:)
left catcalls behindon the streets of espanasometimes i miss them
oh what fabulousreaders that come play with meyou totally rock
Also kinda coolis the sensual smoothingof the sound button
I spy a mallardcourting and wooing his mate.Soon I will see eggs.
music fills my earsonly what I want to hearI love my iPod
hey there, saw you on intern. Glad you defended NY! I am ny gal in london for the time being!
Jasmine wants some assThe Lunatic can obligeJazzfest is this week
Stop, mrsmogulPlease speak in haiku methodIt’s our running joke
All right, so that's cool, but after that comment you posted on my blog, I wanna know what your haiku to your vibrator would sound like. :)thelastditch.blogspot.commaybe:"humming purring blissas you buzz around my clitbatteries be damned" ?
five thousand songs areat the touch of a buttoni love my ipod
steff's comment sure willget some male visitors tocheck out her web site
Going to steff’s pageTo see the vibrator postArgh! My Innocence!
One virgo to another, does sayRocks, your Ipod , and then she saySound like Yoda, you do.
Thank you for sharingNow the greebly goatee manWill not bother me
Jasmine, I've seen all of family guy and I don't remember any Kool-aid episode.
If you won't take the 'risk,' you will miss all the men you pass, not just the 'gross' ones. :)
yeah, but do guys drooling out the car window whistling honestly expect you to stop and be like, 'hey! that was classy! hold up a minute and let me hop in with you!'that said, after being in a country where you can't walk down the street without a catcall, when you get back here and hear nothing you start to think you're off your game or something.
I'm only a childAll this talk of vibratorsMakes me want to cry---X
You mean it don't work?Maybe we'd like catcalls backMy ego needs boost:)
one day i'm gonnaturn around and catcall backjust to see the shock
never are the mengood looking by any meansif they were, i'd smile
That’s being a harsh judge.Note beauty in beholder’sEyes… rawr, meow, rawr.
Note to Self: Step One,Write a haiku for next post.Comments will be yours!
My post will be haikuKool-aid I do remember nowIt was hilariousBut I didn't get the joke at first since I've never seen the ad or been in the US.
now haiku is notstuff of the elusive dreamtwenty nine. damn. wow.
jazz you would nothear the good looking men ifmusic is too loud
omar, i sometimesdo not turn on the ipod,wear it just for show(i do it when i don't want to be bothered. you'd be amazed how many gross men don't harass you if they think you can't hear them)
if i see another fucking haiku, i'm going to puke.
Scribe, to be fair, most of these really aren’t haikus… 5-7-5 does not a haiku make. Traditionally speaking, they need to be about nature, or at least the seasons, with the first two lines setting up a thought, and the last line bringing a unique insight… but who really cares about that, right?
yeah, i know, but it's funny--there's a plethora of haiku around. very odd.
Fuck! I can't afford one! :P
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