fake leather pants and a hickey

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By Oswald Jr. on Sunday, May 20, 2001 - 03:27 am:

    I had a date tonite it was real cool but then I had to answer to my folks why I come in with a hickey on my neck. I could not hide it and I did not lie. I did not do any thing real major but Dorian kiss and bite my neck to hard and now I got this red mark there! And every one can see it cause its kinda big. Holy smokes. Then I go over to Crimsons and she is playen guitar and doing some new stuff and its real cool I wish people in my band could play like that. My band may be practising soon and I will wear super cool stuff cause if we look good we mite play good too. If you go around and look like a rockstar some body mite mistaeke you for one. Or you will get sent away to the nut house. I am wearing cool stuff cause I had a date and I look hot baby. Now its time for me and my hickey to go to bed I will dream about all of you and hope it is not a nitemare.

By Nate on Sunday, May 20, 2001 - 03:34 am:

    back of a cold spoon, or something.

    pilate will probably kill me, but all the hickeys i was ever involved with existed in places where they are easily hidden.

    even when changing for gym.

    (this, of course, is just for historical record, and in no way an indication of encouragement or advice for future endevors. thank you.)

By Pilate on Sunday, May 20, 2001 - 02:43 pm:

    Thanks for inserting that part about not encouraging future endeavors.

    For godsake, don't give Junior any ideas.

By Nate on Sunday, May 20, 2001 - 02:59 pm:

    my guess is that there is no lack of ideas, but plenty of respect for dads.

By Pilate on Sunday, May 20, 2001 - 03:53 pm:

    Yeah. What can I say? If I were lucky enough to have gotten a boyfriend at age 15, I probably wouldn't have any shortage of ideas, either.

    Brendan's so damn good. He apologized for the whole hickey incident and explained his actions to me very carefully (to the point of it being nearly comical).

    Some parents have kids who come home drunk or drugged. There are a lot of violent kids, and kids who are having unprotected sex. So having my boy come home with a hickey is pretty minor stuff. It could definitely be worse.

By Oswald Jr. on Sunday, May 20, 2001 - 07:37 pm:

    What makes a hickey anyway and why does it turn so red is it really cause blood is suckt up to the top of your skin? Thats kinda spooky.

By dave. on Sunday, May 20, 2001 - 07:54 pm:

    it's like a vacuum-induced bruise. suction causes the blood inside the capillaries to burst and the blood to flow into the surrounding tissues. sort of like the way tornados make houses explode. or the way vacuum pumps make dicks bigger.

    applied science is fun!

By Oswald Jr. on Monday, May 21, 2001 - 12:57 pm:

    It's fun. But still spooky. The mail man even tease me today about my hickey but he is thinking a girl give it to me and I did not say any difrant. I do not need to tell every one it was give to me by a handsome boy (but here where I can say stuff like that.)

By Hal on Monday, May 21, 2001 - 01:14 pm:

    *sigh*- This is the world we live in.

    People can be so close-minded. I haven't had a hickey in a long time. Kinda miss those days, well Oswald Jr. I must give you credit because at least you can say with some amount of given certainty that you have a significant other. Myself on the other hand, I could say I "MAYBE" have one, but I can never be sure. You know months ago when I posted questioning about the possiblities that lie ahead in my endovor about a long distance relationship I was optomistic. Now I question the validity of my feelings. That and I feel so lonely. I'm too much of a coward to find out if its worth it anymore, and if it isn't my cowardice doesn't permit me to end it.

    Days when I wish I had bigger balls.

By Kalliope on Monday, May 21, 2001 - 01:31 pm:

    I'm so anti-hickey now..the minute a guy gets too close to my neck for too long he gets a warning. Most of em get offended that I'd assume that's what they were doing, but I've found when I don't tell em not to do it, they do it anyway, so I'll take my chances. I don't know..there's just something about being older and having this big bruise-like thing on your neck..and everyone making jokes about it. I don't like it anymore..

    I used to though. When I was in high school Eric and I used to sign our names on eachother's bellies.

    Not that I endorse that or anything..


By Oswald Jr. on Monday, May 21, 2001 - 03:46 pm:

    It dont hurt to have a hickey but it creeps me out a little that it has some thing to do with blood and is like a bruise. Thats just kinda icky. Hal I hope you do not have to feel lonley for long I have been by my self a lot beafore and it gets old. I am hangen out and enjoy the last of my net time cause Crimson is moving away very soon and we dont have internet at home so I will only get to post when I go visit Crimson. My own family may be about to move we do not know yet my Daddy Trace may get sent out of state with his job.

By Hal on Monday, May 21, 2001 - 06:14 pm:

    Dude Harsh...

    Well Oswald, we shall miss you in your times of absentness.

By Oswald Jr. on Monday, May 21, 2001 - 09:17 pm:

    I will miss every body too but I will try to go see Crimson when I can and when I am at her house I will post like crazy I will be around. Dorians Mom came by our house she saw my hickey and she look kinda worryed. She did not say any thing tho. Not to me. She might have talk with my Daddy (Pilate) I dont know yet.

By Nate on Monday, May 21, 2001 - 11:16 pm:

    vacuum cleaner accident.


    <blink innocently>

By Czarina on Tuesday, May 22, 2001 - 12:19 am:

    Oswald,just cause Auntie Crimson is moving away,doesn't mean you can't keep posting.Go to the library,they have internet access,that you can use.We would miss it very much if we didn't have the opportunity of sharing your life experiences.And always remember Auntie Czarinas philosophy on life........Its just one big adventure,don't miss any of it.Goodness only knows what lies around the next bend.Don't be afraid to take a peek,it might be something to make you smile,or laugh hysterically,or something to make you sad,or pensive.But these are things that make you FEEL.Thats what life is all about.Don't let it pass you by.

    And to address the vacuum theme: I'm sure I posted this before,but if not/or even if so,its still pretty damn funny.This is a true story.

    My sister-in-laws sister,came home one morning to find her husband passed out cold,[he was drunk,he worked off-shore,and thats pretty much what they do when they get back,is start HEAVY drinking],well,anyway,he was passed out,and had his male member snuggly secured into the hose of their shop vac,while it was running.No telling how long he had been there.She was really upset,and had a hell of a time waking him up.

    I guess because she was so upset,she made the mistake of telling her sister,[my sister-in-law],and well,lets face it,its pretty hard to keep quiet about something that stupid,and after all,this is the south,so phones started ringing all over town.

    My brother-in-law put a wig and a purse on the said shop-vac,and left it in their living room,the next time they left for town.

    Unfortunately,the marriage was unable to sustain itself,after his indiscretion.And,on a related note,the sisters didn't speak to each other for over a year.

    Ah,the marvels of modern technology.

By Fetidbeaver on Tuesday, May 22, 2001 - 02:14 am:

    So was the shop vac better than his wife? Hopefully it was a "wet/dry shop vac"

By wisper on Tuesday, May 22, 2001 - 02:38 am:

    i'll miss you Oswald!!

    and i hate hickeys.....on my neck anyway. i can never hide them, even with my hair. Last time i had one (on my neck) i had to go into work with foundation makeup caked onto them, it looked like i had some scary blotchy suntan because it wasn't my makeup. Goddamn foundation sucks, why would anyone....
    Uhm, anyway, neck hickeys suck.

    i sugest you stay away from them young man.

By Fb on Tuesday, May 22, 2001 - 07:48 am:

    Hickeys are the way immature kids tell the world that they're getting some. To me they look as stupid as a 10 yr. old smoking.

By Hal on Tuesday, May 22, 2001 - 10:15 am:

    That and if you don't get to post often Oswald how are you going to go off and show off to your "older cousin" Hal when he bitches about women and you tell him that you and your boyfriend are doing fucking spectacular?

By heather on Tuesday, May 22, 2001 - 10:51 am:

    sometimes hickeys just happen

    that's all i'm sayin.

By Nate on Tuesday, May 22, 2001 - 12:53 pm:

    especially to long, beautiful necks.

    so i've heard.

By Czarina on Tuesday, May 22, 2001 - 01:24 pm:

    I don't mind hickeys on my tootie.

By patrick on Tuesday, May 22, 2001 - 01:56 pm:


By Platypus on Tuesday, May 22, 2001 - 03:27 pm:

    It's for the very reasons quoted above that I carry hickie insurance.

By Oswald Jr. on Tuesday, May 22, 2001 - 03:43 pm:

    I am still here I will be round til the end of the month or when ever Crimson unpluggs the comp and hall it away. Dorians Mom did talk to my folks but it was cool cause she think the hickey is kinda funny. This guy I know he got the clap from his boy friend so a hickey is not so bad compare to that. The hickeys going down a little it mite be gone in a week or maybe 2. My folks talk to me about Summer break for school. Most kids get a break. Well I tell them I still want to study but it will be just a bit more lite during the Summer not easy but not so many papers, more vocab and stuff. Around July I will get to take 2 weeks of doing not a damn thing. But then I will get back on it. During my little break is when Dorian will probly come stay with us again and we will both have free time then. But I have all ready got warned by my folks, no hickeys!

By sarah on Tuesday, May 22, 2001 - 04:56 pm:

    bite marks = mostly unintential = fine.

    hickeys = blatantly intentional = tacky.

By Cat on Tuesday, May 22, 2001 - 05:07 pm:

    I quite like leaving hickeys in easily covered areas. Guess I'm just plain tacky.

By Oswald Jr. on Tuesday, May 22, 2001 - 06:07 pm:

    My hickey was a big acideant. It was a suprise to us when we saw it. I'm about to help Auntie Crimson pack some stuff but first I am looking at Little Rock news on the T.V. and eating a whole box of Tic Tacs looks like a dull day in the Rock nothings going on no one even died. Those people down there need to get busy and start killing each other again so I can see some intresting news for a change.

By Hal on Tuesday, May 22, 2001 - 06:22 pm:

    Slap a little meat tenderizer on it, it'll clear right up...

    Home hicky remedies.

By Oswald Jr. on Thursday, May 24, 2001 - 04:49 pm:

    The hickey is geting beter but it is still here. I been working my ass off to help Crimson move.It is big work but kinda fun I wish we could get a house like that but bigger so my boyfriend and all my buddys could come live with me. Its strange out there in the boonies the air seem to be freasher and stuff like it is good for your helth not that I am ready to be a farm boy. Some day I could live in a real big city but I know it would probly just freak me out. Too damn many people. But theres cool stuff to do in a big city I'd like to go to California at least once and maybe New York.

By Pug on Thursday, May 24, 2001 - 06:23 pm:

    Kid, when you hit NYC, go there w/someone who knows their way around....you can walk one opulent block and end up in the armpit of Hell.
    If you can negotiate that, your NYC experience will rock.

By Oswald Jr. on Thursday, May 24, 2001 - 10:50 pm:

    I dont think I'd like it in a big city for very long. Or stuck way out in the sticks neather. Not big city or deep woods. A small city is ok a town thats got fast food joints and shit like that but not ten milion gangs and people that got nothing beter to do than to fuck with you all day long. My boy friend called me earlyer made my heart go pitter patter. Thats a good thing. People need to make me go pitter patter a lot more.

By dave. on Friday, May 25, 2001 - 12:08 am:

    sure, there's a lot of gangs in ny but manhattan is fucking awesome and there's lots of relatively safe places and scenes there. i bet you'd do well in new york.

    places that scare me are 7-11s in fucked up white trash suburbiaville. that's where the dangerous people are. places where there's NOTHING goin' on and people are desperate for trouble. my impression of manhattan was that most folk were too busy to fuck with me.

By patrick on Friday, May 25, 2001 - 11:48 am:

    suburbia and rural areas are far more dangerous than cities oswald. there the kids have nothing to do but harrass you. I grew up in a suburb and got threatened all the time. in the city, no one gives a rats ass who you are or what you do. a city is a lot easier to submerge, plus there are 100s of others like you. NYC is fucking awesome that way...so is LA....no one gives a rats ass what you are doing, what you look like, or whose pants you got your hand shoved down. Ive never been fucked with ever..for anything. I've crossed gang members paths all the time, late at night, on their turf so to speak. Generally speaking they see im whitey and realize im lost or something and pay no mind

By dave. on Friday, May 25, 2001 - 11:55 am:

    i know i'd like to submerge l.a.

By Oswald Jr. on Friday, May 25, 2001 - 11:58 am:

    Thats cool maybe a city would not be so scarey after all I would like to see the big city some time. I talk to Pilate about it and he say that it costs lots of $$ to live in a city but theres fun stuff about it too and he told me it is easyer to be in a big city if you are gay cause there are more gay people around or people that are into stuff you mite be into. It mite be beter for goths in a big city too.

By patrick on Friday, May 25, 2001 - 12:08 pm:

    yes being gay and living in a big city seem to be necessities, as far as Im concerned.

By Hal on Friday, May 25, 2001 - 12:31 pm:

    Oswald... Move to Missoula, convince the family to up and move here. Its the most liberal city in Montana. A great place, good college town too. You'd like it here.

By Nate on Friday, May 25, 2001 - 01:36 pm:

    or move to sonoma county, california. more artists per capita than any other county in california.

    more gays per capita than any other county in the US.

    best wine producing region in the US.

    you can dress up in pretty clothes and no one will bother you.

By Oswald Jr. on Friday, May 25, 2001 - 01:59 pm:

    Wow that sounds cool. Does it cost a lot to live in places like that. People say it is cheep to live here. I am a dropout and may not be able to get one of the jobs that pay big bucks so I have to be mindfull of the $$. I will have to win the lotery or some thing and then I will get a big house with a pool and a bunch of serveants and I can move every body in with me and you all can hang round my pool geting served by naked slave boys (and slave chix) See it is good to stay on the Archbishops good side. All I need is for God to drop a few milion bucks on my ass and then we can all live like kings. Funny thing Arkansas dont even have a lotery so it is a joke with us, win the Arkie lotery and get rich quick.

By Nate on Friday, May 25, 2001 - 02:17 pm:

    lotteries are taxes on people who can't do math.

    and it doesn't sound like you're a dropout.

    california would be more expensive than arkansas. but you tend to get paid more, too. regardless of what you do.

    you looking to get your GED? work hard, man. you've got a ton of untapped potential. with a GED you can get into a jr/community college. take a little bit of everything. find out what you're both good at and enjoy.

    from there you can go on to a four year college.

By Hal on Friday, May 25, 2001 - 02:28 pm:

    Cheap livin in Missoula... The housing and stuff is cheap if you know what to do. And jobs aren't that hard to find, there are a few places here I know you'd love to work, and their always hiring.

By Oswald Jr. on Friday, May 25, 2001 - 03:01 pm:

    Crimson has lived in Montana and says its cool. I am joking about the lotery never gambled in my life. Except craps a couple times and I roll okay but was beting some one elses money. I will try for my GED. My folks say I have to. I am not ready for it now but, it will come. I need to improave my writing and my math. My Daddy (Pilate) says he can not bealive how far my writing has come. We are still worken on the math and other stuff science is very intresting but hard as hell. I learn a lot from T.V. which sound funny and many people do not think you can learn from television but you can on the chanels that run education stuff. Crimson will get difrant chanells on her T.V. than we do here and I will have to go watch all that groovy new stuff.

By Hal on Friday, May 25, 2001 - 03:12 pm:

    Crimson lived in Montana...


    Billings, Bozeman, Missoula, Helena, Great Falls, Kalispel, Polson, WHERE?

By crimson on Friday, May 25, 2001 - 03:19 pm:

    kalispell area.

By Hal on Friday, May 25, 2001 - 03:24 pm:

    coolness... no one ever told me till now, how long ago were you there?

By crimson on Friday, May 25, 2001 - 03:58 pm:

    i was rather young. i still have some family in MT. i've lived in different areas of the state, some of them pretty isolated. i remember loving it there. name a town in montana & i've probably been there. i used to travel a lot within the state. i've been very much wanting to go back, but that's a pretty expensive trip from here.

By pez on Friday, May 25, 2001 - 05:56 pm:

    i've never had a hickey.

    most of my relationships i'm pretty careful with, so my parents don't even know until four months or more after the breakup.

By Platypus on Friday, May 25, 2001 - 06:22 pm:

    You could be a migrant worker and live in Sonama County!

    Or you could NOT.

    It's really pricy to live there. It's pricy to drive through, let alone actually stop. But there are a lot of jobs in the wine industry which pay mega bucks, and are a lot of fun.

    The GED is a useful thing. It's also not going to be that hard for you, Oswald, since you're intelligent.

By pez on Friday, May 25, 2001 - 07:32 pm:

    more than intelligent. brilliant.

By semillama on Saturday, May 26, 2001 - 02:55 pm:

    I, too, am ignorant about hickey.

    I know it involves suction applied to skin, but beyond that it is one of those mysteries of life things.

    Just apply your self Ozzie, and you will succeed, my man. Hell, ou got the real shitty part of your life over with already, it seems - how many can say that before they're 20?

By Oswald Jr. on Monday, May 28, 2001 - 06:29 pm:

    I am back! But only for a few minits we are in the middle of helping Auntie Crimson move. Pug is here he says hello and all that shit. I probly will not write for a while the comp will soon go into a big box. Every thing is going o.k. here but we are all tired of this moving stuff it makes you tired I will come back soon tho and then we can all talk about how good looking I am and stuff like that. Ha.

By patrick on Tuesday, May 29, 2001 - 11:25 am:

    buying some numbers isnt gambling as far as Im concerned. the scratch-off lotto tickets can be about 30 seconds of excitement I suppose.

    Going to Vegas, walking into a casino hearing the bling bling bling bling rapid fire of 500 slot machines, cocktail waitress in regoddamndiculous yet skimpy outfits, and being served free drinks as you 21 21 21 21 21 21 21 21

    THATS gambling. I can usually win too.

By Rhiannon on Tuesday, May 29, 2001 - 12:35 pm:

    Slots have the worst odds of all the games you can play. And the slots in the airport and grocery stores, etc. have even worse odds than the ones in the casino.

    That said, my mother won $150 on an airport machine a half-hour before our flight home last time we were there. She only played one quarter, too.

By patrick on Tuesday, May 29, 2001 - 12:40 pm:

    black jack.....that game has good odds, you only play the dealer, and I have a good grasp on all the angles, advantages and strategies.

By Nate on Tuesday, May 29, 2001 - 01:04 pm:

    blackjack and craps. you can work up close to even odds with both of those. and roulette.

    everything else is for suckers.

By Oswald Jr. on Tuesday, May 29, 2001 - 01:50 pm:

    Here I am again and now we clean under Crimsons bed man is it ever scarey dust bunnys and stuff I wondar what is under my own bed I dont know. It could be like some thing out of a horor show. Whats' under your bed? Whatever it is I hope its not alive.

By Rhiannon on Tuesday, May 29, 2001 - 02:16 pm:

    There are shoes under my bed. I have at least 6 pairs of black shoes. Why??

    I'm wearing a new pair right now. Got them yesterday. They look nice but they hurt my feet. I bother saying this because it goes contrary to my nature. I am a plain-and-comfortable shoe wearer by nature, and here I am violating my own personality for the sake of fashion. I turn away from myself in disgust.

    What are your shoes like, Oswald?

By cyst on Tuesday, May 29, 2001 - 03:53 pm:

    last december I played nickel slots while waiting for the bus in the cold nevada desert every afternoon.

    I would start with a dollar of nickels, and most of the time I would lose quickly but sometimes my change would last a while.

    at first I'd want to kill time but then I would have to hurry. so I'd think, god, please, just let me lose. lose! lose! lose! what use is an extra dollar in nickels? I'm sick and cold and tired, and what do I want with more change in my pocket to lug around all night long?

    but sometimes I would be glad I had won and left the casino with extra change. later, while gearing up for a 5 a.m. wait in the snow for another bus, I'd translate my winnings into vending machine espresso and nutragrain bars.

By J on Tuesday, May 29, 2001 - 04:07 pm:

    I won $60 bucks playing the nickle slots at Palace Station,it sounded like more than it was coming out of the machines,but for me it's all about the free drinks.There's nothing under my bed,it lays on a big wooden storage case filled with boxes of Barbies.

By patrick on Tuesday, May 29, 2001 - 04:09 pm:

    hey J, nico and I are going to be in Vegas for a solid week in august for a convention.

    i realize its not more feasible for you to get to Vegas anymore than it is to get to LA.

    but hey... who knows.

By J on Tuesday, May 29, 2001 - 04:15 pm:

    Maybe I can,I'm going to Costa Rica at the last week of August so I hope it's before that,but let me know when your going and where your staying cause it sounds like a party to me.Is that where your vacationing? Have you ever been to the Riply's believe it or not musuem?

By patrick on Tuesday, May 29, 2001 - 04:27 pm:

    no i havent, but there is a Ripleys a block away from me here at work. I went to the Ripleys in Gatlinburg TN when i was a kid.

    Shit, we are going to be there from Sunday 8/26 and flying back on friday the 31st. Its not vacation, its MAGIC, the largest fashion/apparel/textile trade show. We scored a great booth, 2 doors down from Sergio Valente (spell?). We hope to obtain mucho orders for her spring/summer 2002 line. So its vacation in the sense that im pretty damn sure we'll have slutty hotel sex, get invited to one or two industry events with clients and maybe even do some hard drugs at said parties...those fashion industry peeps can throw down. We have two staffers coming along as well...friends of ours...who will be there alternately as well. So from 9-5 daily its convention crap, which can be boring, but the rest of the time....its lucidity guranteed.

By cyst on Tuesday, May 29, 2001 - 04:46 pm:

    does she have a web site? I've spent lots on clothes over the web.

By J on Tuesday, May 29, 2001 - 04:50 pm:

    Crap,I just looked at the calender,I'll be in Costa Rica from Aug.18th till September 4th,but if you go every year I'll catch you in 2002 for sure and when Orion is about 3 we are going to Disneyland so maybe can hook up then.It's sounds like you two are going to have a blast,does your wife have any catalogs? I would be interested in seeing her sweaters and I'm sure other sorbjites would like to see them too,maybe we can help spread the word.

By patrick on Tuesday, May 29, 2001 - 05:35 pm:

    no cyst. the line is still in production. we won't have first samples until mid june, second samples 1st of July. photos will be taken therafter.

    we have batted the ball around with web sales.

    relatively speaking, business wise, not MUCH fashion is purchased over the web. Seeing as how garments vary with size, and fit, people still prefer to shop in stores. Returns, credits, shipping and whatnot are a hassle when things dont fit right.

    We will be making a website, and orders over the web are certainly do able as the margins are clearly better, but her energies are going to be getting into boutiques and stores like Barneys.

    I will be extremely happy to send everyone catalogs when they are made. Our schedule now hopefuly puts them in our hands by late July early Aug.

By Platypus on Tuesday, May 29, 2001 - 09:22 pm:

    I would really like to see her line. I spend gobs and gobs on clothing, too. And it would be a great excuse for me to come visit.

By Czarina on Wednesday, May 30, 2001 - 11:43 am:

    You can pencil me in for the southern faction.It'd be a treat to see a little style around these parts that doesn't require a hair-do of pigtails, to complete the look.

By J on Wednesday, May 30, 2001 - 02:35 pm:

    I know how it goes Czarina,in those parts you can have a family reunion and still not come up with one full set of teeth.I want to check out the sweaters too.

By Oswald Jr. on Wednesday, May 30, 2001 - 11:34 pm:

    Here I am ladys and gents. I am spending the night with Auntie Crimson it is real quiet out here and the stars are extra brite. My boy friend call me long distence to see if I am O.K. he is the coolest. I am in love and the stars are pretty what more is there in life. Well theres sex toys and stuff I guess. Anyway I am here but cant stay on long so I will go now.

By Pug on Thursday, May 31, 2001 - 08:46 am:

    Ah, life in the Boonies. Seems so damn far away from where I'm at.....

By J on Monday, June 4, 2001 - 10:49 am:

    So hows it going Crimson? Moving always gets me crazy,are ya nuts yet?


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