Why you don't get published.
Love it...Especially your shoes EE... totally stylin'.
I have long known the secret identity of Miss Snark, demigodess of the publishing business and agent extraordinaire, It's a little known fact that I shall reveal on this day, the first of April two thousand and eight. You can look up her real identity under the name Avril de Poisson. She is french, hence the poodle fixation and enjoys fine wines and good meals. She loves to dress is fine couture and has handmade silk undies imported from an abbey in Switzerland. Her apartment in New York CIty is a penthouse atop the legendary Madarin Oriental Hotel (five stars) only a few steps away from Central Park. In summers you may find her walking her precious Kill Yapp and feasting on fine meals delivered from NYC's finest restaurants.
*snarf*We knew it all along!
That's not the way I always imagined Miss Snark, but I guess it'll have to do.
EE, your bod looks a lot better here than it does in that jacket of yours.Almost makes the sentiment expressed here, um, palatable.
Shouldn't you be watching Hell's Kitchen?
I normally watch the Kitchen Nightmare show on BBC America.Are you up for some babysitting this week, BTW? The spousal unit is on the Eastern Shore at a conference all week...soooo...I'm just saying - I think some babysitting is in order.
speaking of Hell's Kitchen, Gordon Ramsey just tasted a dish and then leaned over the garbage can and puked his guts into the bin. You really don't want to know what it was but it had raw lamb, scallops, white chocolate, caviar and capers. I'd name it Nickelodeon tartare after their green gak. A potato dish had so much butter that when he picked it up, the butter ran off his elbow. I know a real professional sous chef and he cooks so much better than any of those "contestants" ...
Somehow, that's not how I picture either of you.ME
Except for the burning the MS part.ME
I watched HELL'S KITCHEN for the first time tonight. I guess there IS a cure for CELEBRITY APPRENTICE addiction...
I'm confused. What's with all the anonymous postings? I thought the whole idea of being a writer was to get your name in print.
Maybe they're all the same person, and he's afraid people will resent the vast number of times he gets his name in print.
Not all "anonymous" are the same person...
Maybe they're all the same person, and he's afraid people will resent the vast number of times he gets his name in print.That's rildiculous.
Oh BT. On target as usuril.
Rilly everyone, can you lay off anons?
Honestly. They're not all me.
Clever. By not taking credit for the ones that ARE yours, you manage to get credited for all of them.
How come her hair's not on fire?Inquiring minds want to know. ;-)
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