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May 24, 2013 Rubykelp commented on Everything Wrong with Television, in One Handy Chart.
I don't watch any of those shows.
Dec 7, 2012 Rubykelp commented on "How Freakin Dare You?????".
Missed the mark for the cover with this. I think it's sad.
Dec 4, 2012 Rubykelp commented on What You're Not Wearing: Drag Queen Edition!!.
Love me some MAMA TITS!
Sep 26, 2012 Rubykelp commented on Mike Love Fires the Beach Boys + Haiku.
Mike no Love for you
No sex on the Beach for Boys
Fucking hate that band
Aug 3, 2012 Rubykelp commented on Activist Launches Petition to Ban Pit Bulls in Seattle.
Let's be really open about this. The pit bulls she wants banned are mostly owned by low -income, gang related, street thugs whose dogs are on rope leashes, no tags, and balls the size of cantaloupes. Black, Mexican, Hispanic,White trash, side hat wearing,l baggy shorts sporting, weed smoking section 8 folks are the ones who own these dogs. I bet almost all of the dog attacks are located in the neighborhoods that are low income. I don't hear of pit bull attacks in Magnolia, Shoreline, Queen Anne, Ballard. Let's say the ban get's put into place. Those same shitty dog owners won't follow it.
Jul 13, 2012 Rubykelp commented on Savage Love.
@mydraisis

Maybe I should use a different word instead, like value. Value takes the form of respect, admiration, lots of attention. Overall it appears she does not value him and willing to withhold sex (punishment/reward system) is a totally asshole move.
Jul 13, 2012 Rubykelp commented on Savage Love.
@171 -"Not everyone finds obesity sexy."

I'm not saying that. I am pointing out the superficiality of the writer's letter. If your relationship is based on surface physicality then the chances are small that that relationship will last. Bodies change, people gain/lose weight due to a million things. If that genuine attraction isn't there, it really won't be there when that person gains/loses weight.
Jul 13, 2012 Rubykelp commented on Savage Love.
I'm fat. My husband is fat. We have fluctuated with weight for the time we have been together. The one thing that has always been there is the attraction we feel for each other. That has not wavered. I was attracted to him in the beginning when he was 60 pounds over weight. Because HE TURNS ME ON. As for sex? 2 times a day almost every day with dirty texting, phone calls, hot quick fondling, surprise passionate kissing in between.
If you aren't attracted to him because he needs to lose weight, you were really never attracted to him in the first place. He was just convenient.
Jun 7, 2012 Rubykelp commented on Happy Non-Birthday Prince (Or Symbol, Whatever)!.
Get Off, Housequake. those are JAMS.
May 24, 2012 Rubykelp commented on I, Anonymous.
A Dead Rose

O Rose! who dares to name thee?
No longer roseate now, nor soft, nor sweet;
But pale, and hard, and dry, as stubble-wheat,---
Kept seven years in a drawer---thy titles shame thee.

The breeze that used to blow thee
Between the hedgerow thorns, and take away
An odour up the lane to last all day,---
If breathing now,---unsweetened would forego thee.

The sun that used to smite thee,
And mix his glory in thy gorgeous urn,
Till beam appeared to bloom, and flower to burn,---
If shining now,---with not a hue would light thee.

The dew that used to wet thee,
And, white first, grow incarnadined, because
It lay upon thee where the crimson was,---
If dropping now,---would darken where it met thee.

The fly that lit upon thee,
To stretch the tendrils of its tiny feet,
Along thy leaf's pure edges, after heat,---
If lighting now,---would coldly overrun thee.

The bee that once did suck thee,
And build thy perfumed ambers up his hive,
And swoon in thee for joy, till scarce alive,---
If passing now,---would blindly overlook thee.

The heart doth recognise thee,
Alone, alone! The heart doth smell thee sweet,
Doth view thee fair, doth judge thee most complete,---
Though seeing now those changes that disguise thee.

Yes, and the heart doth owe thee
More love, dead rose! than to such roses bold
As Julia wears at dances, smiling cold!---
Lie still upon this heart---which breaks below thee!
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