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DameKitten
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Neutral Good pansexual poly pagan geek Seattle girl, actively searching for new ideas and connections.

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  • Punch Buggy or Slug Bug
  • What do you like to read when you poop?: Twitter on my smartphone
  • What's your biggest grammatical pet peeve?: You're/Your mixups
  • Tom Skerritt or Dave Matthews
  • Where's your hairiest square inch?: Scalp

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Nov 8, 2012 DameKitten commented on A Big Night for Gay Marriage—and for Equality.
Dan...when will you be marrying your husband-in-Canada, boyfriend-in-America, and making an honest man of him?

I think, once the results are certified and R74 is confirmed as having passed, we should throw a massive duck-themed celebration, and have Garfunkel and Oates play Sex With Ducks.

Ducks. Yeah, ducks.
Aug 1, 2012 DameKitten commented on Mayor McGinn Takes to the Twitterwebz in Waste Management Strike.
Speaking of hilarious hijacked hashtags, go check out the brilliant sarcasm being displayed at #BICforher, about the new marketing aimed at making pens...for women. o.0

https://twitter.com/#!/search/%23BICForH…
Apr 20, 2012 DameKitten commented on All of the Liquor-Store Auctions Have Gone into Overtime.
There's a typo in your link, a comma where a period should be. It won't work as-is.
Mar 12, 2012 DameKitten commented on SL Letter of the Day: Permission Slippage.
My advice to WTFO: Find your local poly community, which is FULL of ethical sluts who will consider it a bonus that you're being open and honest with your wife. It's AWESOME. Do a search on OKCupid for "polyamory", look for Yahoo Groups in your area that are poly-centric, and (if you're in a large-ish city) look for a sex-positive culture establishment, which a lot of poly communities use to build social connections. We're out there, I promise.
Jan 23, 2012 DameKitten commented on Gay Marriage Secures Final Vote Needed to Pass Legislature.
I think there should be a massive gay marriage party the first day it's legal. Dozens/hundreds of couples getting married, all together. I'll be there to throw the glitter!
Jan 16, 2012 DameKitten commented on Snow Knowledge: Please Help.
For the very first time in my life, I actually USE the term "grauple" as I learned in my climatology class in college. WIN.

I recommend sand, rather than salt. Sand sticks around longer than the salt, and will give continued traction even if snow keeps falling.
Nov 29, 2011 DameKitten commented on The Tuesday Morning News.
Note: It's Town Toyota Center, not Toyota Town Center.
Nov 22, 2011 DameKitten commented on Lunchtime Quickie: It's Almost Thanksgiving....
Cheezus, Fnarf...my womb shrunk in horror reading that, and I'm already sterilized!
Nov 22, 2011 DameKitten commented on Lunchtime Quickie: It's Almost Thanksgiving....
I don't actually think this is staged. Putting myself in her shoes: If I had come out of the bathroom and seen the beginning of the mess and realized what had happened, I'd immediately grab my phone to record it...because I would want to post it on FB, etc., for others to see.

To me, it seems pretty clear that she didn't really have any idea of just HOW bad it was until she went fully into the living room, and the shock in her voice seems pretty genuine to me.

And when the mess is THAT big, the shock renders you almost numb, hence the lack of yelling. I've been there. As the enormity of what it's going to take to clean it up sets in, the more you look, the more shell-shocked you get.

The kids' air of innocence is pretty normal. They probably didn't even think twice about it not being ok, because it's probably never happened before and so they haven't gotten in trouble for it before. My son has, in the past, proudly shown me the results of his destruction, and then the pride and joy slowly drains out of his face when he realizes that I'm upset about what he did.

Also: if it were staged, the kids would be constantly looking to mommy throughout the video, double-checking that they're "doing it right." In addition, it would be almost impossible to get the 1-year-old to act the way he's acting. His innocent thrills in tossing the flour around are not feigned.

And a three-year-old is perfectly capable of reaching those higher areas. The flour looks like it had been thrown.

So, yeah...I don't think it's staged at all.
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