Reading ginsterbusch's journal

Sep 05, 2004 04:21 # 26133

ginsterbusch *** laughs about...

Mad experiments

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Oh deer
It already happend
It already happened
I'm slighty maaad!

.. so, what's up: I'm currently attending a self-employed sleeping experiment - just take a look at this oh my blog entry, which will make it way more clear to you, the fellow reader of this oh my journal entry! 8)

... oh see: all the happy little bushes ... 8)=

cu, w0lf.

Multiple exclamation marks are a sure sign for a diseased mind!

Sep 05, 2004 09:01 # 26151

rosyxxx *** wants to note...

Re: Mad experiments

Hmmm.... hi, 'oxygenius'... or 'ginsterbusch'... which is it today? Nice experiment, kinda like the ones I've seen before of yours... Actually, it's quite nice. I checked out your little website http://www.altagsgrauen.de, or is it just www.altagsgrauen.de, and I like that subtitle with the thing about 'mint' in it. Although I prefer chocolate mint. Have you tried those 'Velamints'? You know ther onness that er choclit mnt flavured? A frieend off mine calls them 'porno mints'... It might add a little sweetness to your palate. You sound so lovely when u r drunk. I liked that little symbol you used, }:->. Pray tell, my love and brutally intelligent master, what does it mean????

I too like Death Metal, although I have to be in the right mood for it...

Like Rob Zombie, Type O Negative (they opened for Tori Amos once, at which news I'm sure you are trembling), System of a Down, Tool, Metallica, and a group I found last year whose name I cannot quite seem to remember, but the title of the LP was Fields of Asphodel, or was that the band's name in all actuallity??? hmm.. having a brainfart here...Maybee u cud hep me out, no seriously...(I know I am vascillating between sarcasm and genuine friendliness but I can't seem to help myself) Really, this band I found on the internet, was from Italy, where, incidentally I spent the month of January alone in 2002, lurking around the dark corners and feeling generally miserable until the sun came out, and I e-mailed them on some link, they promised to send a demo-CD, then I promptly lost all info in my computer due to a crash, and the CD never arrived. So where, oh where have they gone.

You don't by any chance happen to like Kate Bush or Tipsy do you?

Heidi- heidi ho...ho...ho... it's off to work I go. Come see me on my webcam at rosyxxx. Just kidding. Only my profile. ..=~ Been reading #12467 and others following. Busted!

schwingerfitzerfarfugnuggen

... in the spirit of the Swedish chef, and other gutteral languages.

By the way my quote on my profile, I am sure is mispelled, but I'd prefer to spell correctly, so if you can read and write in Danish, and can edit that for me, I would be ever so grateful. Truly. I know that it means: Here you can your problems think over, until another one your place needs - that is, roughly translated, of course. Piacere e sogni d'oro, signore. Oh, if you could give me some insight as to how to 'create' accent marks that would be nice too...

ppst... #22202

post scriptum: dose evry1 else no tht yr 1 & thr same prsn?

If mountain goats like living at high elevations, why do none live in high rise apartment buildings?

This post was edited by rosyxxx on Sep 05, 2004.

Sep 06, 2004 04:06 # 26204

ginsterbusch *** replies...

Re: Mad experiments

I checked out your little website http://www.altagsgrauen.de, or is it just www.altagsgrauen.de,

Actually, it's alltagsgrauen.de - written with two 'l', like in 'all daily horror' ;)

Hmmm.... hi, 'oxygenius'... or 'ginsterbusch'... which is it today?

It has been ginsterbusch since August 2003. oxygenius is still my artist pseudonyme, but today I try to use it in this way and not any other anymore. So still there are folks out there calling me 'oxy' when talking to me, but normally I'd like them to use my real (family) name - which is 'Wolf' btw.

You sound so lovely when u r drunk. I liked that little symbol you used, }:->. Pray tell, my love and brutally intelligent master, what does it mean????

I dont know what you're talking about - could you be a bit MORE exact or even detailed?

Been reading #12467 and others following. Busted!

Definitly not. Jaz and null (and fallenangel, Orchid, etc.) are obviously informed about who I am - which is kind of easy if you do know the person you're reading entries of for quite some time. But if you're so ambitious to find some more posts related to this topic, you might want to read this one, too ;)

cu, w0lf.

Multiple exclamation marks are a sure sign for a diseased mind!

This post was edited by ginsterbusch on Sep 06, 2004.

Sep 06, 2004 09:08 # 26223

rosyxxx *** replies...

Re: Mad experiments and crazy arguments

Hey wOLF,
Just a note to say that I understand you and what goes on around here, a little bit better. I am amazed at how alike we all are when it comes right down to it... j

just some souls passing through the cosmos of the internet, catching a few stars and some black holes, along the way...

Just a little quote from the French, under the subtitle: Existentialist Bull

Dans la mer il n'y a pas cruate, mais seulement l'angoisse de survive - Jacques Cousteau

Trans.: In zuh sea, zaire ees no cruelty, only zuh struggle to survive.

p.s. see #26180

Also, in the spirit of our conversation about wine...

C'est la...The Jump Stump. Le Grenache a de la jambe, mais le Mourvedre de la fesse fripee, et le Shiraz restera a jamias un sublime rat de cave dans mon calecon.

(Sorry about the lack of accent marks, when they start making decent keyboards here, I'll let you know.)

btw, FYI, the above French, for those who don't know, roughly trans. to: It is here...The Jump Stump. (a wine blend for all the connosieurs out there). The Grenache has great legs, but the Mourvedre has wrinkled buttocks, and the Shiraz is forever a sublime ferret in my underpants.

Hope that's okay with y'all. Just thought a little more quirky humor would lighten everybody up, including myself!!! *smiles*

If mountain goats like living at high elevations, why do none live in high rise apartment buildings?

Sep 07, 2004 03:28 # 26258

Bunk *** has all the information you need...

Re: Mad experiments and crazy arguments

"One thousand and one yellow daffodils
begin to dance in front of you, oh dear..."

But I can't find no place or nothin', where thrills are cheap, and love is divine

Sep 06, 2004 04:14 # 26207

ginsterbusch *** replies...

Re: Mad experiments

Btw: I managed to stay awake for nearly two bloody days: 42 hours! ;)
Afterwards, I slept (with some tiny breaks to go to the toilet + co.) w/o any disturbances till about 10 p.m. :D

cu, w0lf.

Multiple exclamation marks are a sure sign for a diseased mind!

This post was edited by ginsterbusch on Sep 06, 2004.

Sep 06, 2004 18:49 # 26254

Magnifico *** replies...

Re: Mad experiments

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That's a shame, because if you go long enough, you can start to hallucinate. It's an amazing, if not health-destroying, experience. If you ever try again, I reccomend avoiding caffeine for as long as you can (so that your body won't stop reacting to it), and consuming healthy stuff, especially fruit juices and green tea, before resorting to sweet, sweet caffeine. It keeps you going rather well on its own.

Thbbbbt


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