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I've lost Panchito,
my little Chihuahua dog? P-L-E-A-S-E help me find him!!

I've been having a couple of earth shattering thoughts on my mind; ghosts and men's ties.

What is it exactly that ghosts do when there's no one to spook in a haunted house? They surely can't spook each other! Are they couch potatoes, or do they just sleep from sheer bored?

What about mens ties? Who invented these horrible little pieces of cloth, and do men like to wear them? Why the noose? Does the noose signify something?

Playgirl's Befitting Quotes For This Day:

"If men can run the world, why can't they
stop wearing neckties? How intelligent is
it to start the day by tying a little
noose around your neck?"
- Linda Ellerbee

"I never married because there was no need.
I have 3 pets at home which answer the same
purpose as a husband. I have a dog which
growls every morning, a parrot which swears
all afternoon and a cat that comes home
late at night."
- Marie Corelli

Playgirl's Carnaval

Join The NRA
"The Right Of The People To Keep and
Bear Arms, Shall Not Be infringed."


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Nov. 11th, 2006 12:02 am (UTC)
For information on the origin of neckties see this:

I do not mind wearing ties when I have a dress shirt that actually fits. Unfortunately, I have a very large neck so it is hard to find shirts that fit. Since I do not have to wear ties for work, I have very few shirts with a neck size big enough for me to wear a tie comfortably.

I think a lot of men hate wearing ties because they tend to wear them with shirts whose collars are too small, so basically they are getting choked by the collar and tie the whole time they are wearing it.
Nov. 11th, 2006 12:40 am (UTC)
Windsor knot
Tying a Windsor knot looks as difficult as can be. I wonder why men just don’t buy the clip on ones?

Were the frilly girlish shirts in Mozart's era called ruffled collar jabots? Would you guys wear them if that look came back into fashion, or would you prefer wearing the tie?

Thanks for the link!
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Nov. 11th, 2006 12:03 am (UTC)
Well you got a big butt. But, at least yours is sexy and if i was a little dog i know thats the first place i would hide hehe.
Nov. 11th, 2006 12:44 am (UTC)
Oh, and how grand we would look, dancing cheek to cheek! ;o)
Nov. 11th, 2006 12:24 am (UTC)
Depending on what ghosts want is what ghost do, I guess. . I'm sure if they get desperate enough, they can tempt people to their house, so they can haunt them to make them leave . . .or something like that. . .hmmmmmm

Well, after developing the corset, the bustier, the high heels. . .they decided to leave those to us. . . and we made them feel so guilty about the damage they did to our body. . .they developed something to make a pretense of hanging themselves over it. . .

Heh. . they wore make up before we did too. . . .gee.
Nov. 11th, 2006 01:04 am (UTC)
Sexy bustiers
Ghosts just aren't too bright or hospitable, huh? First they lures to their haunted house, ‘cuz their bored to death, then the spook us away!!

I honestly believe men hate us women and love to see us suffer! It’s just not fair that they wear these soft comfy slacks and shirt, and flat comfy loafers! Then they have the audacity to complain about a tiny little noose around their neck!

I just can’t understand why their eyes pop out clear out of their sockets when they see us gals prancing around in sheer nylon stockings and those spike high heel shoes, and the sexy black bustier we wear with half our boobs popping. OMG! And what really gets them panting fire like a dragon, is when we wear those tiny little thongs that only cover the crack between our rear end cheeks!!

Will you PLEASE explain to me why they start behaving like beasts, ready to devour us poor defenseless little lamb…hummm? ;o)
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Nov. 11th, 2006 01:47 am (UTC)
I thought everyone knew that ghosts sneak out and watch us naked when they get bored.
Nov. 11th, 2006 06:43 pm (UTC)
I MUST make a post someday about the Shadow People who live in my house! I MUST!

You're right about ghosts loving to watch us naked in the privacy of our own home! That's one of the perks of dying and becoming Shadow People! :o)
Nov. 11th, 2006 04:59 am (UTC)
I prefer to use the Windsor knot as it has a more evenly balanced look and sits so nicely at the neck. It looks complicated but once you realize how it is tied it is extremely simple.

I love to be able to wear a tie. It actually makes me feel good about myself to dress up that much as I seldom do nowadays. MOre than that, if I dress up including a tie, it is a mark of respect for who I am with, because I am presenting myself at the best I can be.
Nov. 11th, 2006 06:37 pm (UTC)
It looks very complicated to me!

I also like to see a man in a suit and tie, but I also like to see you guys in jeans and a pull over shirt! Girly Wolf Whisles! :o)
Nov. 11th, 2006 10:27 am (UTC)
I love voluptuous women, but she ought to be more careful when sitting down.

There is no scientifically reliable evidence for the existence of ghosts.

I hate neckties, but then I hate all formal attire. I'm militantly casual!
Nov. 11th, 2006 01:41 pm (UTC)
I know it's supposed to be comedy, but I feel sorry for the fat lady.
Nov. 11th, 2006 06:34 pm (UTC)
Dave, you've just shown me a side of you I didn't know existed. You have true compassion, Dear One, and I wuave your even more than before for it!
Nov. 11th, 2006 01:47 pm (UTC)
Your entray about ghosts made me think of Jewish vampires. Or Mulism vampires. What to ward them off with?

and I agree with another commenter regarding neckties having other fun purposes.
Nov. 11th, 2006 06:47 pm (UTC)
I honest to God believe in ghosts, because I have some Shadow People living in my house. Seriously! I'll eventually share the experiences I, family and friends have experienced in the past.

As for the neckties, you never knew that we gals invented them for certain purposes, huh?! haaaaaaaaa
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Nov. 11th, 2006 06:49 pm (UTC)
I don't blame you for finding neckties uncomfortable. I can't even stand a necklace around my neck!

Arms wrapped around the neck are much more... ;o)
Nov. 12th, 2006 07:45 am (UTC)
I hate wearing ties. As a corrections officer, we wear clip on ties so nobody tries to choke us out with our ties.

Ghost need an energy source to manifest in our world. People's emotions are a good source of energy for them. If there is enough ambient energy from lay lines and other sources then ghost will be very active all the time. Which is why really haunted places often have ghost lights seen by people passing by from far away.

Haha... I hate to tell you this, but you need to go on a diet! :D
Nov. 13th, 2006 02:25 am (UTC)
In your line of work, it is much safer to wear the clip on kind.

I can hardly wait to share with you the things I, as well as others have experienced in my house. My house is very old, about 50 years old, and in a path that Pancho Villa use to take, or so I'm told.

When I make this post on my Shadow People, I hope you'll help me try to make people see that ghosts truly exist. I have a LJ friend who is greatly into it.

Do you think if I eat celery from today til Thanksgiving, I'll lose about 300 pounds? ;o)
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Nov. 17th, 2006 10:14 pm (UTC)
do ghosts wear neckties?
well I am a little late here but
here I am I don't like wearing neckties
but I do. I know this did not help but,
as I have heard it said so many time
that is just the way I feel ;O) lol hahahaaa..

Ok now on to the ghosts

1.What is it exactly that ghosts do when there's no one to spook in a haunted house?

I think they go and jump on the bed and eat all my food ;o) heheheee...
and they hide one of my socks I only can find one
where does the other one go?:)*Wink*

2.They surely can't spook each other! Are they couch potatoes, or do they just sleep from sheer bored?

why not maybe they don't believe in ghosts and if they see one! they just might be spooked ;o)lol
hey I just thought of this maybe there wearing my neckties when I am not there *wink Wink*

LOVE You Sweetie!
Nov. 24th, 2006 11:30 pm (UTC)
Oh, I used to have a doggie and I called him little Gomez

Because he was a Mexican Chihuahua

Though there wasn’t much to him what there was all cojones

In fact he was a randy little fella big dogs, small dogs were all the same to him

The canine equivalent of Errol Flynn

At the drop of a sombrero he’d jump up and get stuck in

Taking Gomez out for walkies was embarassin’

I remember one day in the park his tally rose by four

An enviable score he was amassing, two very patient poodles and an Irish Labrador

And a woman who just happened to be passing

I tried every way to curb his carnal appetite

I kept him on a leash by day, I locked him up at night

I even put some bromide in his chunky meaty bites

But the only thing that might have worked was Kryptonite

Then came the fateful day when he tried to consummate

A liaison with a Saint Bernard from Dublin

And although he was quite clearly fighting well above his weight

He didn’t let that minor detail stop him

He nearly pulled it off, oh, what an acrobat!

But the bitch got bored and down she sat

Well, they say that after making love you sometimes feel quite flat

I’m sure that little Gomez would agree with that

I buried Gomez in the park, his happy hunting ground a sad but fitting finale

Though I had to make a grave that was very flat and round

‘Cause he looked like squashed tamale

But oh, how I missed my wee Chihuahua chum

I went down to the pet shop to find another one

I went there feeling happy, but I left there feeling glum

Because the man behind the counter loved corny puns

And he said “Yes, we have no Chihuahuas we have no Chihuahuas today

We have Alstations, Dalmatians, fruits of all flirtations,

An alpine Pekinese in a toupee

But yes, we have no Chihuahuas we have no Chihuahuas today”
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