Archives for the month of: November, 2007


subject: Sail down the love canal more confidently

At last you’ve met a babe that’s hot
You wanna plough her dripping twat.
She’s cute and taking, she’s so nice!
But would your penile size suffice?
Not sure she will long for more?
You need a dong she would adore!
But how to grow it long and thick?
Your only chance is MegaDik!
You’ll get so wanted super-size
And see great pleasure in her eyes!
Your shaft will slam her box so deep,
Tonight you’ll hardly fall asleep!
So try today this wonder-pi’ll
And change your life at your own will!

We started day 4 at Nymphenburg Palace then took our city tour. Munich is a great city – a lot of museums and beautiful architecture. I’d totally live here. After the tour we had free time at Marienplatz. We climbed all 302 tiny steep stairs to the top of Peterskirche and saw the entire city from above. Unfortunately we didn’t see the Glockenspiel at Neuen Rathaus because it was being renovated.

For lunch we went to the big Viktualienmarkt. The stalls were filled with the most delicious-looking fruits and vegetables. Mom and I had some weiƟwurst – a finely minced veal and bacon sausage that is white and served boiled with a pretzel and delicious sweet brown mustard.

In the afternoon we met at Max-Joseph-Platz in front of the giant statue of Max I. Joseph in front of the National Theatre. We made the hour and a half trip to Linderhof Palace. Linderhof was absolutely beautiful. A small version of Versaille, each room was lavishly decorated and the grounds were breathtaking. I liked it better than Versaille. It started raining and time was running short, but I sprinted over to the Moroccan House so I could see what it was all about. Originally built for the Internation Exhibition in Vienna in 1973, King Ludwig II bought it and had it redecorated.

After Linderhof we drove to Oberammergau, home of a world-famous passion play that is done every 10 years. We saw and bought some lovely hand-carved religious pieces (nativity set, ornaments) and tried to enjoy the painted buildings as much as possible in the cold rain.

We drove back to Munich and ate at a restaurant around the corner from our hotel – I had some delicious wiener schnitzel and as was our vacation custom, a glass of white wine.

complete trip itinerary

yesterday was FANTASTIC. first i slept in. right there – the day is starting out right. then maria and i saw an early showing of lars and the real girl. it was really good but so so sad. way sadder than i thought it would be. afterwards we went to wendy’s for lunch then picked up some stuff at target, including a bunch of styling products for the wedding (sunday is experiment-with-kara’s-hair day).

in the afternoon i met pat at skylight books for adrian tomine’s q&a and book signing. it was great – he was really well-spoken and had good answers for everyone’s questions. he signed everyone’s books in a different style too. i had him sign my copy of ‘scrapbook’. also great? the free wine and 11% discount for the store’s birthday. which came in handy because of course, i couldn’t leave that place without buying some comics. i got jason’s ‘the living and the dead’, which is about zombies (!!!), and ‘animals of the ocean, in particular the giant squid’, which is just plain awesome.

after skylight i got pat’s amp (for the wedding) then drove to meghan’s for ladies night. meghan made her awesome tiny-meatball-lasagna, we drank wine, played with watson (meghan & josh’s adorable cocker spaniel-golden retriever mix) and watched ‘sex and the city’. super-girly :) we even got to eat with the new wedding place-settings. (have i mentioned that i’m so excited about this wedding??)

then, after meghan’s, i went to pat’s to hang out for the rest of the night…and spider-man was on cable. the first one. with willem dafoe being all awesome and schizophrenic. best. saturday. ever.

it’s weird to watch shows that are all about LA now that i’m living here. everyone has such a wildly different view of the city, and in one night you can see 5 completely different LAs. i still haven’t completely decided what the city is to me. i have a real clear idea about chicago, namely that it’s frakking awesome…i wonder how long it’ll take before i feel that way about LA.

it’s on. i was going to follow along with matthew baldwin‘s NaNoReMo event, but I’m busy reading jasper fforde’s new novel (you should totally pick up the first in the series, the big over easy if you haven’t already. it is amazing.). i’m sure there will be a lot of stuff to say about the wedding around then, but i won’t be able to post on that day since i’ll be ojai.