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Ahem:

I must now direct your attention here.

Go now! Go, and read the teaser, and then run--Run, I say!--to your nearest bookstore and pick up a copy of this! For the [livejournal.com profile] stealthmuffin, her stories, they rock! And now, we can say her PUBLISHED stories rock!

This deserves the happy dance. Screw that Valentine Day stuff, I'm grooving to my twin's publication.
sigerson: (jiggly)
The following are six statements about myself and my identical twin [livejournal.com profile] stealthmuffin. Three are true. Three are false. Can you guess which? (Note: a false statement is entirely false.)

1. We had the same combined score on the SATs.
2. We had matching Star Trek: TNG costumes.
3. One of us GMed the first game the other ever played.
4. Ours is the fourth generation in our family to go to college.
5. One of us had a crush on Captain Haddock, and one on Tintin.
6. When we were nine, both of us were rushed to the hospital within weeks of each other (one proved to be a false alarm).

[livejournal.com profile] stealthmuffin is posting a completely different list of six true and false statements. Double your twin-quizzy fun!
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Here they are, in all their pencil-drawn glory!

In [livejournal.com profile] stealthmuffin's LJ, she has posted a link to her creation, the metagaming comic Dwarf and Ninja. Gives me the giggles...


Heh. "AAAA! BEES!" Heh.

Go there now! Now, I say!
sigerson: (Default)
Ahem.

They say it's my birthday:
Happy birthday to me.
They say it's my birthday:
I'm going to have a good time.

(And with a day that has so far included: setting up a hammock, briefly driving a big red truck named Clifford, The Solitary Cyclist, two books finished, family and sibling calling and celebrating--and the day promises to include: pesto chicken with peppers, a full bottle of Yellowtail Shiraz, a pint of Phish Food, more Jeremy Brett, and a long happy call with DaMan--I am indeed, having a good time!)

Now go wish [livejournal.com profile] stealthmuffin a good time!

We shall party upon my return!
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[livejournal.com profile] stealthmuffin and I are planning on seeing The Chronicles of Riddick this weekend.

I don't know why; I just do.

Now I will go chant "Vin Diesel! Judi Dench! Vin Diesel! Judi Dench!" over and over.
sigerson: (helicopterman)
With great glee, bouncing, and manaiacal laughter, I am extremely proud to introduce...

[livejournal.com profile] stealthmuffin

and

[livejournal.com profile] thomascantor

Also known as Genetic Duplicate and Organ Boy! *ahem*
And don't believe her userinfo. We're all "the buggy ones".
sigerson: (helicopterman)
Today I take the genetic duplicate shopping. Or rather, we're going shopping together. H&M, DSW shoes, maybe Marshalls or TJ Maxx, maybe even--in preparation for Beefcake tonight, a supergirly thing like a Origins facial.

Quick definition. Beefcake: an evening when females gather to watch a movie featuring attractive men. Plot is optional. Estrogen reaches dangerous levels. Lots of fun. (Tonight, she's serving Strawberry Wobblers.)

Both elder sibling and I are, to put it nicely, wide-hipped. Enough so that we both have some "oh my gawd I am so fat" issues, justified or not. Now this tends to have consequences in what we wear: cover up, cuddly over sexy, comfort over style. (Plus I have a blind spot in my style zone...fashion is what happens to other people, as I said once.)

I'm kind of tired of that. Those who saw me in my short skirt may have figured that out. I'm starting to reach a point where, simultaneously, I don't care about looking stupid and I care more about my looks. How does that work? Well, I'm willing to risk looking foolish. I'm willing to risk showing my thighs. I'm willing to risk bad fashion in order to have fun with my clothes. At the same time, I'm wanting to look...less cuddly, less comfy, more stylish--but it's my own damn style. In other words, I'm dressing up and risking "that's so weird" in order to get "you look great!"

Of course there are exceptions...t-shirt and jeans will hold sway in my summer everyday for a while yet, I think...Or maybe not. There's a time and a place for comfort clothes. I find that my time for it is shrinking.

Don't expect spike heels and a bright pink powersuit. But I like discovering the fun in clothing!

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