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19 January 2006 @ 06:59 pm
GIP = Gastric Inhibitory Peptide. PWNED.  



Narcissa always kept bowls of rose petals scattered all over the Manor. The petals came from magical roses, which grew in all seven shades of the rainbow. Narcissa wanted more. Whenever she could not be found in one of her opulent parlours, she was guaranteed to be in the conservatory. She could pass hour upon hour brewing concoctions to strengthen colour, dilute colour, change petal shape or sharpen thorns. Her unique strains ranged from tiny blooms with petals no bigger than the pink crescent of her nail, to mammoths larger than hyacinths, larger than her head. The stalks of these were so weak that they never survived more than one day. “What a day, though!” was her excuse. All life, all work, culminating in one day of perfection that she struggled to achieve over and over again. Draco took it as a lesson, as he’d learned to do since the first time he’d scraped his knee and was told to endure the pain and conquer it. When he went to his father for comfort, Lucius had looked at his sobbing child over the top of a large book, and inquired genially if that was the best he could do?

The temper tantrum Draco threw then earned him a coveted toy broomstick.

Draco had once asked his mother when he could expect his own day of perfection. He’d been ten years old. She had looked down at her hands: alabaster smudged with earth, like a buried Greek sculpture.

“When you stop wanting it,” she said, “when you forget that you need it.”

Current Mood: lovedbasking in the YAOILOVE
Current Music: "The Real Slim Shady", Eminem
My imaginary friend thinks I'm brilliant.: Closet Land Animatedlanitha on January 19th, 2006 12:03 pm (UTC)
A) What the heck is YAOI?
B) Cissy!!!! (http://lanitha.livejournal.com/83462.html#cutid1)

How the heck are you? Whatever happened to/with that crush of yours???
Inquiring minds want to know!
every Starbucks should have a polar bearscoradh on January 19th, 2006 12:05 pm (UTC)
yaoi_daily is yaoi. Go play!

That is remarkably true to her!

I am: busy. My crush: treats me like a human being, which is about all that can be said for that, and wears low-rise jeans that do terrible, terrible things to my mind.
My imaginary friend thinks I'm brilliant.: Boogie with Wonkalanitha on January 19th, 2006 12:12 pm (UTC)
Low-rise jeans, eh? Do they show them upper creases around the pubic bone (the coorect term escapes me right now; you know, the part you put your hands on when you place your hands on your hips - especially attractive in males because they usually come with crease instead of female bulge?) that are wildly attarctive to me?

Busy is good. You'd be bored to death if you weren't, I reckon.

I do think I should be casted as Cissy. It is unlikely they'll find a woman on this hemisphere with a more haughty look on her face. I am perfect.
Too bad about the not being British part...
every Starbucks should have a polar bearscoradh on January 19th, 2006 12:15 pm (UTC)
Ho yes indeed. Plus that line of hair from his bellybutton down? And the tops of his boxers?

Okay, I'm going to STOP NOW.

True, I would be. I think -- never had a chance to discover if it could be otherwise.

You never know ...
My imaginary friend thinks I'm brilliant.: Stay with melanitha on January 19th, 2006 12:15 pm (UTC)
P.S. Being treated as a uman has been the beginning of many great romances. Just so you know.
My imaginary friend thinks I'm brilliant.: Severus (movie out in 2008!)lanitha on January 19th, 2006 12:15 pm (UTC)
every Starbucks should have a polar bearscoradh on January 19th, 2006 12:16 pm (UTC)
Sadly, it turns out that he is a Capricorn. His birthday was on Monday. We are not exactly compatible, unless I want to marry him because, apparently, that would work.

My imaginary friend thinks I'm brilliant.: I see the worldlanitha on January 19th, 2006 12:20 pm (UTC)
Lemme get this straight: The pair of you are not compatible, but a marriage would succeed wonderfully????
*=crap with a cherry on top*

*says so while believing star-signs are usually spot-on*

But... How??? Why??? Like a love-less marriage in which you both have boos on the side? Or what?
every Starbucks should have a polar bearscoradh on January 19th, 2006 12:22 pm (UTC)
No, it's more that (what I gather, anyway) we could be well suited for each other -- in the future, when we're ready to settle down and be serious about it. Capricorn is not supposed to take an Aries lightly, we represent stability and commitment ... whereas Capricorn to Aries is the same thing, only something else. Can't remember. It makes sense, if you read that him not going for me when he's in everyone else's pants means he wants to take me seriously in the future.

This is why I love astrology. It's such a GOOD liar.
My imaginary friend thinks I'm brilliant.: It's just another paradelanitha on January 19th, 2006 12:33 pm (UTC)
Whatever eases our minds, no? ;-)

I do believe in astrology when it comes to ME, becaus I'm just such a Pisces, it's not even funny anymore... And I'm supposed to be attracted to Scorpio's, which I am, yet it's not supposed to work out, and it never does. *rolls eyes*

So, what I gather from your comment: Stick around. At least until he grows up. Be a friend and such. Who knows?

Meanwhile; keep your eyes open for other hot bits. No sense in waiting until he's ready, no?
every Starbucks should have a polar bearscoradh on January 19th, 2006 12:36 pm (UTC)

Yeah, I can always find something in an Aries description that screams "ME!" Scorpios are hard work. I have two for my BF. The honesty can get jarring.

Or, as my mate says, "Maybe in five years you'll have come up with a decent chat-up line!"

There is one boy that the same friend and I have resolved to save from the droopy-lipped girl who's limpet-ing him. (I think it's because we both fancy his chocolate eyes.)