i want to murder you with love

Ever love something so much you want to squeeze it so tight that its eyes pop out and guts burst all over your walls and decorate it with a nice red tinge? Sure, it’s a bit brutal like a scene from Dexter when he’s hacking the shit out of one of his victims and bathing in their blood, but that’s okay. It’s out of love, you know? My mom always told me it was the thought that counts, so… as long as you do it with good intentions it’s okay. (That’s how it works, right?) Anyways, the point of this ramble was to tell you guys that I love you. So much that I want to hug you so tightย you can’t help but shit yourself. I really appreciate and have all the feels for this community.

Anyways, I was nominated for an award by R Cawkwell. Since I never follow to the rules to these things, I thought I’d answer the questions she asked, then turn and ask y’all questions of my own so we can learn more about each other. It’s a fun game, so answer them damn it! Or sit in the corner being a party pooper while you pick your nose. Whatever works.

She asked me:

  1. When did you start writing? I started writing poetry when I was in junior high. It was absolutely terrible, but it spawned my love for writing.
  2. Pluto: Planet or not? YES. Of course. Don’t disrespect Pluto just being it’s smaller than the others. Didn’t your parents teach you manners?
  3. Favorite place to write? At my desk, I’m not hipster enough to write in public.
  4. Pen or word processor for the first draft? Word processor. My hands hurt way too fast when I write by hand.
  5. If you were a mythical creature, what would you be? A hippogriff. Because, uh… Harry Potter kicks ass.

 

My questions for y’all:

  1. If you could recommend ONE show right now, what would it be?
  2. Would you rather spend the rest of your life with giant testicles on your chin, or having hooves instead of hands?
  3. If you could choose any celebrity to hit the sheets with, who would it be?
  4. Who’s your favorite blogger around these parts? (Besides me, obviously!)

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  1. Okay so, … I keep going back to your first sentence. And, uh, well, … no? How’s your mom?? Anybody checked on her recently? Are you allowed unsupervised visits?

    As for your questions, since the surgeries I no longer have to make a choice between the testicles and the hooves thing.

    I hear that they have renewed “Longmire” for one last season. Apparently, they don’t have any scripts. Longmire will simply sit in a chair on his steps and look mournfully out upon the vista while somewhere in the distance his friend “Henry Standing Bear” is being stoically tortured once again. The lady viewers (and some of the guys) will go wild.

    Actually,”Grace and Frankie” surprised me by being quite good even into its third season.

    Keep up the good work … and for god’s sake don’t hug anybody.

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    1. Blair (The Shameful Sheep) Author

      My mom luckily lives on the dead opposite side of the country as me, so she is safe for now! Muhahaha. ๐Ÿ˜€ My husband is suffering a little, though. He’ll live! I’ll definitely check out Grace and Frankie. That’s been mentioned multiple times now!

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  2. I love you because you referenced Dexter and Harry Potter in the same blog. I would only squeeze you until you crap, however. And I would be a Niffler.

    1. Welcome Back Kotter
    2. Testicles on my chin. Heck, I spend half of my day with my hand down my pants scratching them anyway. That way I would just be scratching my chin.
    3. Elizabeth Perkins. Funny thing is that I would love to just see her in my sheets, savor the scenery, take my time getting to the rest of her. She has dreamy eyes, perfect lips, and the perfect mix of willowy and girl next door.
    4. Ned Hickson, hands down.

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    1. Blair (The Shameful Sheep) Author

      Two of the greats, right? If only they were coming out with new Dexter episodes/Harry Potter books. It’s a sad time we live in! Elizabeth Perkins! That’s quite random. I had to look her up because I couldn’t place her. She was amazing in Weeds back in the day ๐Ÿ˜€

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      1. I’m partial to Elizabeth Perkins when she was in Big, but her Weeds stuff is great.

        Dexter was just twisted enough with the occasional gore. At least we got a little bit of Potter fix last year with the release of Fantastic Beasts, an awesome movie (IMO).

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  3. 1. Seasons One and Three of The Great British Baking Show (Season Two didn’t really pull me in well.) No over the top shiz, just nice, regular folks working hard to prove their skills. (warning, you’ll get fek’n hungry and want to bake but be too lazy to.)
    2. Hooves instead of hands. I can use my feet to continue my passion of drawing if needed.
    3. Speaking from back in my single days: none. They’re all too shiny and magical for me.
    4. Hmmm, can’t say I have favorites just the usual go to blogs that catch my attention. But for the questions sake I’ll put in, rachelmankowitz.

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    1. Blair (The Shameful Sheep) Author

      I love that show! Honestly, I’m a PBS whore and love most of those shows haha. It’s better than the baking shows we have in the States for sure.

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  4. 1. Deal or No Deal. Until they cancelled it, damn them. How I miss it.
    2. Easy. Testicles. I wouldn’t shave, just so I could see the reaction of those who stroked my lush long beard.
    3. Gillian Anderson. She looks better looking as she gets older and now sounds terribly English. Only second to my own Lady Barton St Mary.
    4. ladydickson.com is a real favourite. A short lived blog called entersomethingfunnyhere was a classic.

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    1. Blair (The Shameful Sheep) Author

      Lady Dickson kicks ass. I wholeheartedly agree on that one! Deal or No Deal was amazing. WHY did they cancel it? Seemed like it was always super popular. Sad times.

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