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Attention Space Travelers: - Mood:Good
Sunday January 14 200712:19:40 AM |
Are my three favorite words in the English language. What are yours?

These words signal the onset of a breakdown spiel, alerting all guests at Space Mountain that we are experiencing technical difficulties at this time.

Technical difficulties are great. You get a break from the monotony of your normal day to either go out on track and reset the ride, or talk to guests about why we’re broken down. Of course, the token answer (and honest one) is always, “I don’t know the nature of the problems, but we will resume flights as soon as we’ve reset the ride.” Most people freak out that it’s something unsafe. “Did somebody die?” “Did a piece of track fall?” But it’s always something boring.

Someone DID almost die recently. Flat-lined and everything. But Reedy Creek saved them.

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I know that you can be overwhelmed, and I`m pretty sure you can be underwhelmed, but can you ever just be "whelmed"? - Mood:Overwhelmed
Thursday January 11 200711:04:29 AM |
I'm whelmed for our country. I've been concerned for a while.

I have faith in our newly elected officials, and I'm holding my breath preparing myself for the inevitable let-down that I know to expect.

But I'm mostly concerned with how apathetic most Americans are about our current situation. Everybody is quick to say they want us out of Iraq, but I think mostly because they're tired of hearing about it. Nobody seems to care that we've got soldiers dropping like flies. Nobody seems to care that we invaded the Iran consulate in Iraq, arresting five staff members, and confiscating documentation and computers. Nobody seems to care about...well...anything.

Is it because we're caught in a consumer frenzy? Is it because we're too busy struggling to make ends meet? Is it both?

My roommate, for instance, couldn't care less what is happening in the world. He's too busy caring about who gets kicked off of America's Next Top Model.

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Colonies on the moon - Mood:Good
Wednesday January 10 200712:08:38 PM |
I had a dream that there were colonies being built on the moon. I went to a science center with a river raft ride that showed you the moon up close, and bam, there was a hospital visible, and cars, and all sorts of activity. I ran around trying to tell people that there were colonies on the moon, and nobody cared! To me, it was a big f*cking deal.

It took a few minutes of waking up to realize there were not.

Then, I dreamt my ex-boyfriend called to tell me he had herpes, but that it was given to him by God as punishment for something, so I didn't have to worry about it, but he wanted me to know.

THEN, I got woken up (rudely, on my day off) by some Brazilian dudes I gave a ride home to the other day. I told them I could get them into Disney (after they begged), and then they didn't call at the set time. Well, today they called wanting me to get them in Friday. I don't know if I will. It's SO inconvenient for me. Maybe if they pay me.

Any weird dreams recently?

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Help, quick like bunny, por favor, about image sites - Mood:Good
Wednesday January 10 20071:07:51 AM |
Can someone tell me what site everyone uses to find images for profiles?

It's very popular among youthinkers...

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Biggest Wang of 2006... - Mood:Good
Saturday January 06 200712:05:22 AM |
In first place, Tom Cruise.
Second place, Lilsublime.
And third place, Sean Hannity.

Thanks to all...three people who entered.

Prizes will be forthcoming (two paychecks from now).

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Y tu mama tambien! - Mood:Confident
Friday January 05 200711:41:26 PM |
I feel so great right now.

I just got off the phone with my boyfriend (who, sadly, left me this morning for the stupid state of Idaho) and was told that his mother REALLY likes me.

SO much so that not only has she invited me over to dinner Sunday night to look at pictures and hang out, but she lectured James on how great I was and how he'd better do right by me and not lose me because I was so great.

I like her a lot too.

Also, I'm a bit amazed that she likes me so much, seeing as how before James left, we helped her move his bed out of his room into the spare, and she saw a condom wrapper for which I was 50% responsible. But rather than looking at me as a hussy, she is cool about it, because she's just a cool lady.

Yay for Trina.

Pineapple juice all around!!

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I`ve got good news and bad news... - Mood:Good
Friday January 05 20075:23:26 PM |
The good news is, even though my secret santa didn't pull through, I got a not-so-secret santa gift

Thanks EVER SO to Sonita888 for the lovely bath set she sent me for X-mas. Her not-so-secret gift ought to be arriving soon(ish). We decided to exchange gifts since she'd forgotten to sign up in time and I had an extra Secret Santa gift I'd bought for an X-mas party I was unable to attend. It was a white elephant gift exchange party though, not secret santa. Don't go thinking I cheated someone out of a gift!

The bad news is that my boyfriend and best friend left today for Idaho for school. Which means we must resume our long distance relationship. It was SO glorious to live in the same city for the 3 months we had together. It's going to suck going back to long distance. But alas, we'll make it work. Absence, heart, fonder, etc.

I won't see him again probably until March, then until June, and ugh. Just ugh.

No cuddling. No sex. No playtime. NADA.

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I woke up next to someone new! - Mood:Good
Saturday December 30 20069:58:57 AM |
His name is Rufus, and he's about 3 inches long.

He is a lizard.

And his face was a few inches from mine when I woke.

It's so weird to think that 2 years ago, I probably would have screamed, freaked out, and made a big deal out of trying to get the lizard out of my room. Now, however, I kind of like having the friend. I won't trap him or anything. He can just roam around until he's ready to leave.

He's made himself a bed out of my sleep shirt though. That's my one complaint. Way to wear out your welcome, Rufus!

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Happiest Place on Earth, MY ASS! - Mood:Disgusted
Saturday December 30 200612:56:30 AM |
After a lovely 11 hours spent working at one of the most popular attractions in the Magic Kingdom, it has come to my attention that I'm an idiot. Why do I work such a stressful job for so little money!?

Seriously, it's so difficult to describe what it's like to work there to someone who hasn't done it. But let me say, it's insane. You're dealing with thousands of people every hour, most of them angry at having to wait in line to be there, and most of them having left their brains at home.

I lost count of the number of guests I yelled at today.

I don't understand why you would come to a theme park, wait in line for an hour and a half, and then ignore every instruction of the ONE person who knows what the f*ck they're doing. Guests don't need Mickey ears. They need listening ears. Dammit.

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Ranting (not about Katie) - Mood:Good
Thursday December 28 200610:41:21 PM |
Is it just me, or didn't CaptainTrips used to have 99,999 posts? Did one get spam deleted, or am I insane in the membrane?

Also, I've come to the conclusion that we'd be far better off if everyone could drive cooperatively. Let's acknowledge that we are ALL trying to get somewhere, and work together to make that happen. Today, my boyfriend and I got stuck behind the bus in the far right lane. Lots of cars zoomed by us (with our turn signal on) in the lane next to us. The lane next to them, on the other hand, was ENTIRELY empty. Any one of these drivers could have taken note that we wanted over, and moved themselves over for a bit to help that happen. But noooo...Nobody can help anybody in Orlando. No wonder we're the angriest city! GRR!

Also, can someone please explain the issue with cloned animals for meat? If anything, the conservative base ought to see these as soulless animals and thus BETTER to eat than those born of mothers with souls.

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4th Annual BIGGEST WANG OF THE YEAR Awards--Nomination Form Within. - Mood:Happy
Tuesday December 26 200611:18:20 AM |
As the year draws to a close, broadcast media everywhere will begin counting down the top everythings of 2006.

For the fourth year running, I will be sponsoring the BIGGEST WANG OF THE YEAR Award. This prestigious competition is judged solely by me, but can be given to ANY person, so long as they are not fictitious. The person who nominates the Biggest Wang of the Year will receive a snazzy prize (by snazzy, I mean cheap, but it’s still a prize!) and the BIGGEST WANG him or herself will receive public humiliation at their wanginess.

The rules are simple. Nominees must be real people. Nominees must be wangtastic. Nominations must be received by 11:59 PM December 31, 2006. Winners will be announced January 1, 2007.

To nominate a wang for this award, please fill out the nomination form below and submit it to me via PM, via this thread, or via e-mail to

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Peace, love, and happiness - Mood:Good
Sunday December 24 20062:51:32 PM |
I'm creating a 3-CD gift set entitled Peace, Love, and Happiness.

For Peace, I'd like to focus on music that is soothing and enjoyable to listen to high (or if you don't get high, then music that is incredibly GOOD).

For Happiness, I'd like catchy music that isn't current pop music. Old pop music is fine, especially from the 80's and prior.

And for Love, I'd like less conventional love songs (though a few conventional ones are ok).

I have a pretty good idea of what to put on each CD, but I'm a few songs short on each. I've got SOME fillers I could put in, but I think yall might be able to give me ideas I haven't thought of.

Soooooooo...for your Christmas gift to me, please give me ideas! Also, please specify which category it should be considered under, as it may be a song I don't know (which is fine...I'm not opposed to new songs).

Please and thank you!

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Is there such a thing as a healthy addiction? - Mood:Good
Thursday December 21 200611:37:04 AM |
The pot debate in generals has got me thinking...

Is there?

Is all addiction by nature bad, or can it be healthy?

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Extra, extra! 8 year old`s opinion on beauty matters more than old man`s! Read all about it. - Mood:Good
Tuesday December 19 20068:47:58 PM |
Today I worked from 9-7:30. I had my first break at 11:45. My next at 1:55. My last at 6:20.

Boy was I angry. I told myself if I didn't get a 3rd break I was going to give my 2 weeks notice and just switch to full time at my other job after the holidays. I still might, but I'd prefer not to quit as it has great benefits (including health insurance and park admission). We'll see what happens.

An 8 year old told me I was beautiful today too. I have to say, I get hit on a fair bit, mostly by men at work, but this takes the cake. Somehow an 8 year old's opinion means more than an adult's.

I get told EVERY DAY by this 70 year old man how pretty I am. Today he told me I was so pretty it should be illegal.

I'm not telling you this to be narcissistic (Oh, worship me, I'm so pretty!), but to say how weird it is to be hit on by an old man daily. I don't know how to respond.

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If growing up means it would be beneath my dignity to climb a tree, I`ll never grow up, never grow up, never grow uuuup, not me! (not I, NOT ME!!!!) - Mood:Good
Tuesday December 19 200612:23:56 AM | best friend and I were once part of, a forum/social networking site slightly unlike this one.

It had groups you could join, and one of these groups, Fly Chicks for the Geeky Guy, was quite awesome.

FCFTGG had a photo scavenger hunt (an idea we ought to consider here) and it was hellafun to participate in. I was under the weather during most of the hunt, but I gave it my all anyway, because all it took was going places and taking pictures.

At any rate, my best friend (the one who neglected to tell me she was engaged) e-mailed me today because she had found the photo gallery online.

Her e-mail message was simply "Wow," and I think she was right on the money.

Wow indeed.

Exhibit A:

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Possibilities of Shwag - Mood:Good
Sunday December 17 20061:36:14 AM |
Nobody's f*cking online right now, so I'm sure this journal will get 2 replies, if that.


I had a fun experience today worth writing about, so here goes.

At work, a man approached me asking how to use his silver pass in the fastpass machines. I said I didn't know how silver passes worked and had never seen one, and he said it was like a maingate admission pass. I told him to use his cast ID, but he explained he worked for Pixar. I decided to give him some extra attraction re-entry passes for any ride in the park, because I like to hook up fellow employees.

Well, later he was riding and asked for my email address and sent me an email asking for my address so he can send me some "shwag" from their newest feature.

I don't really know what "shwag" is, outside of it's marijuana connotation. But I'm pretty excited about the possibilities of shwag.

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Quick like bunny! - Mood:Happy
Saturday December 16 200612:17:54 AM |
I need your help, asap por favor!

I'm making a CD for my favorite boyfriend in the universe, and I want it to have a lot of good love songs that are actually good to listen to.

Rock and reggae are preferred.

Any and all help is mucho appreciated.

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On a scale of 1-10, I`m REAL mad right now. - Mood:Shocked
Tuesday December 12 20067:37:05 PM |
My best friend got engaged November 23rd.

And I just found out about it via facebook.

Also, my throat is trying to rip a hole in itself.

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Pirates (-ish) - Mood:Good
Tuesday December 12 200612:13:27 AM |
I got a new favorite song yesterday.

A song I'd heard before, I'm sure, but yesterday it became my favorite. It was a day of discovery.

The song is Hem of your Garment by Cake. It makes me want to sing and dance.

Something that doesn't make me want to sing and dance is the cereal I'm eating. It's the bottom of the box of Raisin Nut Bran and it's heavy on the nuts and bran but completely devoid of raisins! What's Raisin Nut Bran without the raisins?

I really love this song.

Oh, and I put it on a CD entitled "Scurvy--It's not just for pirates anymore", inspired by the fact that every song on it was from a CD I owned. No pirated music whatsoever.

And while I'm on the topic of pirates, I might as well tell you of the Secret Santa gift I got for work. A fresh bar of designer soap with a pirate flag design and a sea sponge.

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The drama of Baby Bop and a few other things. - Mood:Happy
Thursday December 07 20061:22:39 PM |
1-I've missed you, youthink. It's time for us to get reacquainted.

2-Yesterday there was some drama at the Kidzone. BJ and Baby Bop (Barney's friends) came to Woody's nutcoaster to ride, but were turned away by the controls operated who made a PA announcement that "Dinosaurs are not able to ride Woody's nuthouse coaster". All the other employees were up in arms about it. One such employee said to me, very passionately, "Now, Baby Bop and BJ will NEVER come back to ride again." Grow up. So what if these jackasses don't come ride our ride in costume. Why should I care? Obviously they're a little too sensitive if they're going to get that angry about not being able to ride anyway. The girl who turned them away has only worked here two weeks. She was afraid of getting in trouble, since you get in trouble for so much sh*t around here. But work thrives on drama. Without it, everyone would have nothing to do but actually work.

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Magic Making to the Max - Mood:Sexy
Saturday December 02 200610:28:52 PM |
"I'm bringing sexy back," said the hideously unattractive cast member as she passed me in the bypass corridor.

"Doubtful," I thought, as I moved to my destination.

I got to work this morning at 10:05 for a 10:45 shift. I needed to be early, however, as I had to change into costume and let some friends into the park at 10:30.

When I came in, my ride was down due to technical difficulties of a moderate-severe nature. I had high hopes that we would be down for at least the better part of the morning. Alas, these dreams were shot down when I returned to find the ride in perfect working order.

I clocked in for my shift, and to my dismay I was no longer scheduled for a shift at the ride, but instead to work crowd control at a Christmas show where the characters sing and dance, Mickey's Twas the Night Before Christmas.

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Does Thanksgiving turn sane people into insane ones? - Mood:Spent
Friday November 24 20062:14:51 AM |
Work today was the worst I've had since starting back at Disney.

There's something about the holidays that turn guests into madmen (and women and children, as the cases may be).

It's funny, you have so many people complaining on holidays about this or that, and you wonder, "Why are you yelling at me? You're the one who came to a theme park on a holiday!"

The highlights of the night were being cussed at by an old man under his breath as he walked away, watching a young man throw up relentlessly and smelling it, and being yelled at by the first dozen or so guests in line about how unfair it was that the fastpass line got to move and they didn't.

Fastpass guests were none too happy either, though, as their line was backed up to a 45 min. wait.

It was pure chaos really

I had so many people wanting supervisors. It was extraordinary.

Was your Thanksgiving full of chaos too?

Even the cooking part of Thanksgiving was rather chaotic

I think it's j

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Two fingers? One? Open palm? - Mood:Good
Tuesday November 21 20069:02:11 PM |
I just finished the first two days of orientation for Universal. I'm surprised by how much like Disney they are.

For instance, Disney requires a two-fingered or open palmed point, rather than a single-fingered one, preferring a two-fingered. Universal requires the same, favoring the open palm method (probably because the 2-fingers were already taken by Disney).

Universal also has almost the same looks standards as Disney. I thought that Universal would be the kind of company to be cool with pink hair, but apparently no. They're not even cool with my teeny "hoop" earrings (which aren't actually hoops at all, but merely earrings that are hoopesque).

Universal did a much better job of making their orientation entertaining than Disney, but their costuming system sucks major ass. You can't check costumes out and bring them home. You have to change in and out of it every day at work. What a hassle!

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Falling down the rabbit hole, backwards - Mood:Good
Monday November 13 20063:52:04 PM |
I was at the Food and Wine festival at EPCOT a couple of days ago, waiting in line for food in Australia, when BAM! suddenly I hit the ground. It was a very odd experience. Everything kind of faded away and I felt like I was falling backwards for a pretty endless amount of time, until I opened my eyes and reoriented myself, realizing there were people standing over me and I was lying on the ground. Apparently I passed out. I hadn't hit my head, luckily. My elbow broke my fall.

I tried to stand up and passed out again, this time being caught by a lovely old lady. I ended up sitting off to the side for a while. The paramedics came and took my blood sugar, which was dangerously low (below 40, they wouldn't tell me what number exactly) and blood pressure. They made me eat a tube of lemon-flavored glucose to bring me back to normal.

I ended up getting carted around in a wheelchair for the next hour, eating at pretty much every country I could.

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All it takes is a little faith, trust, and pixie dust! - Mood:Smug
Tuesday October 31 20061:21:47 PM |
I'm so proud of myself. I just assembled my desk all by myself, although the directions said it required 2 people.

I have so much to do today including (but not limited to) washing my car, buying new work shoes, unpacking as much sh*t as I can, cleaning my apartment, cleaning my boyfriend's house (sorta), and laundry.

Oh, and carving a pumpkin of course.

Yesterday was my first day back at Space Mtn. Everyone was surprised to see me back and EVERYBODY asked how my ex-boyfriend was (we were a known Space Mtn. couple). But alas, I have since moved on to another Space Mountaineer. I'm such a Space ho.

I was nervous yesterday about working because I was afraid I'd break the ride down or be in controls during a breakdown. Thankfully neither happened. I'm going to freak out a lot the first time we break down and I'm in controls, even though I'm sure everything will come rushing back to my memory when it inevitably occurs.

Anyway I've missed youthink. Anything

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