vanillalime: (sean murphy)
Lord have mercy...


While I was searching the web for photos of Robert Clohessy (Oz's Sean Murphy), I discovered that his real-life son, Myles, is a high-end sports & fitness model, repped by the famous Wilhelmina modeling and talent agency. And I thought this discovery was too amazing not to be shared! So I am posting a few more of Myles' porniest hottest pics under the cut.

hot guy pics here... )
vanillalime: (cupcake)
LJ comment

In a week full of immenient gloom and doom, I'd like to thank "Evans John" for giving me the laugh of a lifetime. I cannot wait to work the phrase "super driver on top" into the next bit of porn I write.

Very helpful! Sounds like Trump wrote this.


Jan. 5th, 2017 01:52 pm
vanillalime: (cupcake)
I'm so excited for [ profile] oz_magi! The quality of work in this fandom is just amazing, for both stories and art, especially considering how small we are. I hope this fest helps keep this fandom going for many more years to come!

On a (slightly amusing) related note... I think probably like everyone, I try to guess at who wrote what before the reveals, and I'm always terrible at it. Even if I've read every bit of Oz fic that a participant has written, I usually still have problems identifying that author. On the other hand, I'm usually pretty good at identifying who made what wish. I think the fandom is small enough so that I've kind of been able to zero in on who has what particular area/character/pairing/trope of interest.

This year, so far, I've gotten every wisher wrong. Every. Single. One. (Except for myself, of course.)

I guess I don't know y'all as well as I thought. Ha!

ALSO, I don't usually share personal stuff, but... say hello to the newest member of my family! :-)


We've named him Indy (as in Indiana Jones), which replaces his rather unimaginative birth name of B-1 (short for Black Cat Number 1, given to him to distinguish him from his litter-mates). He's 18 months old, and he's adorable. He still has a lot of playful kitten in him, even though he is BIG. He barely fits in my lap. And, boy, is he heavy, even if he doesn't look it at first (must be the slimming effect of all that black fur).

Our most recent cat died nearly 3 years ago, just a couple of months shy of his 20th birthday, which was a very traumatic experience for everyone involved, even though he'd obviously led a full life. And I've been very resistant to getting another cat because of FEELS, but I was talked into it, and I'm glad I was. Indy's a total sweetheart.


Nov. 9th, 2016 10:07 am
vanillalime: (cupcake)
And I'm not one to use that word indiscriminately.

I keep telling myself NOT to look at the big picture right now. To get through this, I need to focus instead on other, specific things. Good things.

It's not like someone died. My family, the most important thing in the world to me, is still healthy and happy (last night notwithstanding).

Thanksgiving is coming up quickly, and that's always fun. Hopefully, no one will want to talk about the election by that point.

The University of Michigan's football team is 9-0, and they'll probably be undefeated going into the big game against Ohio State on Thanksgiving weekend. It's amazing how far Jim Harbaugh has brought the program in just two years.


I've been hearing some good things about "The Crown" on Netflix. I think I'll be checking that out. I know I need to stop watching MSNBC and CNN for a while.

Skimming through the old master lists for [ profile] spook_me last week, I discovered a 16,000-word B/K apocafic written by [ profile] severina2001 that I didn't know existed. I've been looking forward to taking some time out to leisurely read through it. I think that time is today. (Apocafic seems oddly appropriate. It's gotta be worse than reality, right?)


A new year. And, most likely, the world isn't going end.
vanillalime: (cupcake)
Chris Meloni retweeted this yesterday, and the plot bunnies are hopping! *g*

spook me plot

(Although, I think [ profile] trillingstar might have already written a story about this?)
vanillalime: (cupcake)
I would like to encourage people to take a couple of minutes to read this story or watch the video from the CBS Evening News about a Vietnam War veteran named John Colone. John is a neighbor of mine, and he is an amazing person. I'm so pleased to see his story receiving national attention.

Vietnam soldier saved from the dead honors his fellow veterans
vanillalime: (cupcake)
Once you see it, you can't un-see it.

^^The brand new $4 billion subway station next to One World Trade Center in New York City.
(For the record, the structure is supposed to resemble a bird in flight.)
vanillalime: (cupcake)
Jesus, this race for the Republican nomination for president is just so bizarre. I just can't believe the shit that is going on between these crazy idiots. And while I generally don't post about this kind of stuff here, there was a new incident of mind-boggling absurdity that I actually related to fandom. So!

Marco Rubio, an actual member of the United States Senate, made these comments at a campaign rally in Salem, Virginia last night:

In response to [Donald Trump] calling him “little Rubio,” Rubio conceded that Trump was taller than him. However, the Florida senator suggested Trump had small hands for his height.

“And you know what they say about guys with small hands,” Rubio said with a smile, prompting stunned laughter from the crowd.

After a brief pause he added: “You can’t trust ‘em!” The crowd responded with applause.

YES, that's right... Marco Rubio implied that Donald Trump shouldn't be president BECAUSE HE HAS A SMALL DICK. And NOT, you know, because he is a insane narcissist with no principles who is working to destroy everything that this country stands for. Good God.

American politics has sunk to THIS level. And THIS is the kind of crap that people on the Republican side of the fence are responding to.

However, part of me is giggling uncontrollably, as I keep thinking back to my "Dick Measuring Contest" prompt from this year's [ profile] oz_magi exchange. Having such a contest in Oz is one thing; using it as a determining factor in a U.S. presidential election is another.

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