Patti (whipartist) wrote,


As I just mentioned briefly in evwhore's journal, I'm not much of a fan of christmas. I think of it as either a religious holiday or a commercial one, and I can't really get behind either sentiment very much. I typically spend Xmas eve/day doing things for myeslf, often puttering around the house and dealing with things that I've been meaning to get to.

I just made macaroni and cheese that is amazingly decadent. It's 3/4 Montgomery cheddar, and 1/4 some gruyere that I picked up at an ungodly price at Whole Foods. I will never make mac & cheese with Kraft cheddar again.

This morning I had breakfast at the home of a couple of former coworkers. They're lovely gentlemen,a nd they've been inviting me for years, but I never could make it over there. (10 a.m.! Who's up at that hour?) At the end, the crowd had dwindled to the two hosts (a couple of gay men), a lesbian couple, myself, and another woman who I gather is bi though it wasn't specifically mentioned. One of the hosts, an origami enthusiast, passed around a book called Pornogami. We were all enthralled, and insisted that he make us an origami cunt.

"Well, I don't know if I can do this. I've never seen one before."

"If you don't keep folding, we're going to give you a live demo." At that his partner chimed in with, "Fold, man, fold!"

"Snatchmaker, snatchmaker, make me a snatch..."

The end result was actually rather amusing, though we nearly had to give it a clit hood piercing to hold it together.

Is anyone interested in going to see Brokeback Mountain with me tomorrow evening? I'm not tied to any particular location or showtime, though my first choice would be SF or eastbay.
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