you just might make me believe


what's your mode of transport?
mine is the sun.
when it rises dripping from
the sea when it falls like honey on
the trees when it swallows up
clouds my soul moves with it.

mine is you.
when you lift your eyes
when you look straight ahead
when you try to speak my
heart moves with you.



go fish and hats
4:34:00 PM
Friday, December 22, 2006
bop to the top

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DON'T ever play the multiplayer Go Fish game on yahoogames.com.

the players there are either ALL horny or i was just unlucky that day to play with sickos who'ld rather concentrate on what i'm wearing than on the game in all the sets i was playing. in either case, especially girls, just DON'T play.

well. exception being Literati of course. oh. and Bingo. and Checkers.
ok. so now you know what i do during my free time.



but generally Yahoo.com isn't that bad. here's a question i've been wondering for damn long (no, don't ask why i wonder about these things, i just do) posted on yahoo!Answers by another user:



Why don't people wear hats as much as they did in the 19th century?

Throughout history, people generally covered their heads as a sign of status - especially women, who were required to cover their hair with a hat or veil (religious reasons here). Unmarried women could wear their hair loose.

In more formal days, hats were not only an important part of fashion but an accessory (in the case of men) which they would use to show their good manners. For several centuries - particularly 17th and 18th - a man would sweep off his hat while making a leg (bow) to a lady, and would lift it to a certain degree according to the status of the other person.

In these modern times, it no longer seems necessary to wear a hat, particularly as our lifestyles are more free, but people still do so on special occasions, like at church, a wedding, Royal Ascot, etc.

Of course, there are plenty of people who like to wear them for fashion, but it is still rather frowned upon to keep them on in the house or, for men, while speaking to a lady. Funny how it's required for ladies to wear hats in church while the opposite is true for men!



-hm. yearh. good to know. =D

honesty is the best policy