Wednesday, October 11, 2006

Blog Soup #6: Tattoos, Ebonics, and Making Expandable Posts in Blogger

I sooo missed doing the soup thing, so I managed to take some time off ALL THAT penetration, collected my thoughts and all those emptied lotion canisters, and cooked up Soup # 6. Clicking on that link just takes you back to this same post, so you might as well forget about clicking that link altogether.

Lexan mentioned before that "pag nagkaka-bf eh tinatamad ng mag-update." Let me apologize for the growing inactivity these past few weeks, but I confess to having a lot in my hands. And then something else in my ass, but that's a different thing.

And yes, we're still together.

One of the most overlooked things about tattooed men or women is the obvious fact that we can keep a commitment. It may not always be as permanent as the skin art, but we try to maintain it for as long as our best efforts allow us. This probably explains why, inspite of the tequila bottles breaking, the uncharacteristic crying, and the family getting in the way, we're going on ahead and getting the first four months behind us.

See, a commitment's well on it's way already.

Here's me quoting myself (and yet another wonderful display of narcissism slash masochism): "The pain I can't give to others I give to myself. And it's going to be a beautiful work of art." I did it the first time out of curiosity, and maybe because of this echoing passion to express myself. Seriously, I'm not pulling your panties; expressionism is so right on the butt.
The foreign sensation of the needle was not something you'd prefer on your skin. And yet it became an acquired addiction. So much so that it was soon followed by three other sessions within the span of ten months.

And here's my favorite new phrase courtesy of
Urban Dictionary

FO SHIZZLE

"Fo shizzle ma nizzle" is a bastardization of "fo' sheezy mah neezy" which is a bastardization of "for sure mah nigga" which is a bastardization of "I concur with you whole heartedly my African american brother."

Or just For Sure. Being my new favorite phrase and all, you guys might encounter this catchy little ebonic phrase from time to time in this here blahg of bull. It rolls! Fo Shizzle!

If you happen to enjoy porn and limewire at the same time, here's a little something you might find interesting:
The Tall Israeli Monologue.

And yes, here's how I make
expandable posts. Thanks to No Fancy Name for helping a million bloggers masturbate their HTML skills. You rock! And yeah, for future reference, I've linked him up in my Tools Roll, just below my Blog Roll. Feel free to call it public service.

Speaking of which, I've updated my rolls in the sidebar to include three new categories: Momel's Tools, DSL Tools, and my Blogging Tools. Momel's Tools refer to those websites that I usually open when I'm equipped with high speed. DSL Tools is something I need to look up from time to time, being the so efficiently tech savvy gay sonofa that I always am. And yes, Blogging Tools, created for convenience. It's like having my bookmarks on my blog.

You don't have to say it, but I know you're so admiring my clever.


10 comments:

  1. Ano exactly yung tattoos mo, Momel?

    And sasabihin ko sayo... you're clever dear! luv yah! muah muah muah!

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  2. Here's me quoting myself (and yet another wonderful display of narcissism slash masochism): "The pain I can't give to others I give to myself. And it's going to be a beautiful work of art."

    This is you sounding more like my kind of personal saviour. Oh, Jeez. I will be your number 1 disciple.

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  3. Devilishqueen Misses You!7:16 PM

    Let me apologize for the growing inactivity these past few weeks, but I confess to having a lot in my hands. And then something else in my ass, but that's a different thing.

    -- Hahahaha!!! i soooo love how u said that!!!

    Mwahs to yah Momel dearie!!!

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  4. Thanks for linking to my expandable posts how-to. Just for reference, I am not a "him," I'm a "her." :)

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  5. Oh @ Sasha

    The left arm has this dragon with a sword on it. The right has chinese characters representative of passion and fire.

    Muah!

    Wow @ Howling

    I wonder what religion will I be crusading for? But yeah, I'll be more than happy to have you in the same boat.

    :)

    Har har! @ Devilish

    Cheers to that!

    Muah muah dearie!

    :)

    Whoa @ JM

    You have no idea how you made blogging more convenient for me. Thanks a lot! I meant everything I said in that post, thanks again!

    :)

    He hee, I was under the impression that you were a guy. Sorry about that, Ma'am.

    :)

    Cheers all!

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  6. You all have to try take a closer look at momel's tattoos. They are cool!

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  7. Me?! tattoo? I not hating the idea at all but I'm not there yet. Fo shizzle! Have a few friends who have em. I admire em always. Soon...

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  8. Har! @ Jeson

    Thanks!

    Well @ Marl

    Always remember that it's going to be permanent. Think it over. Twice all over. You might find the pain addictive though.

    Cheers!

    Thanks guys for dropping by.

    :)

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  9. Wow, if tattooed men or women can keep a commitment, then I need someone with a tattoo. Haha! Kidding.

    Oh well, hey, thanks for the expandable thingy.

    Oh and me? Tattooed? NO WAY. Haha. It makes me feel... stained... for life! No offense Momel. :P

    Hey, good thing you two are still together! :P

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  10. ha haa @ jhed

    I took no offense, don't worry.

    I feel good with all the unwanted attention anyway. But having the tattoo in the first place feels much much better. Not that I'm enduring the pain for other people.

    Yeah, we're still together.

    Thanks, Props, Muahs and Cheers!

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