I have mono, and a bottle of prometh/codeine syrup (4oz)How much does it usually take to get fucked up? It says the quantity of 120, so I'm guessing that means 120mls, but it also says that it contains 6.25mg promethazine and 10mg codeine per dose. I have no idea how much codeine is contained in this bottle, that is a shame. It taste like candy though thats always a plus.
July 24, 2011
I have mono, and a bottle of prometh/codeine syrup (How much does it usually take to get fucked up?)
What are garter belts anyway and what function do they have? In case you do not know what stockings are (hard to believe, though), here it is: A stocking, sometimes referred to as hose, is a close-fitting, elastic garment covering the foot and most part of the leg.
Mio Destino Link">Garter belts and stockings come in a variety of materials and colours, such as nylon, wool, silk and cotton. Stocking refers to hosiery for women, configured as two pieces, one for each leg. In some countries the term can also be a synonym for pantyhose (stockings with panties attached to it, all in one piece). Hold-ups and thigh highs are terms which refer to stockings that stay up on their own, but since we are talking about garter belts (suspender belts in Europe), we leave those alone for now.
Garter belts are worn around your waist and come in a variety of outfits, with four or more adjustable straps to hold up the stockings. Because of that paying attention to your waist size is very important. Also, many garter belts have straps that are too long to properly support stockings, unless you are 5'8" or more. Make sure the straps are adjustable and fit your size. Some advice at this point: chose metal clips over the cheaper plastic clips, they simply last longer. The number of straps can also be of importance. It all depends on what stockings you are wearing: Stretch stockings usually require only a garter belt with four straps to keep them in place, stockings made from non-stretch material (like nylon) on the other hand require at least six straps to keep them in place. And if you are on the rather large or heavy side, you definitely want to chose 6 or more straps. If you prefer the comfort of wearing your stockings very high, get a garment which has short or even very short straps.
At this point here is some terminology:
Garter belts - Self explanatory.
Garter panties - Panties usually made of stretch fabric which has garter straps or garter clips attached to hold up stockings without the need for a garter belt, girdle or corset.
Girdle - These are stretch garments which control the mid-section, and hold stockings up high and tight.They come in open bottom and panties styles. They are a step above a garter belt and are worn to give you more support or control in your midsection.
A garment that is larger than a garter belt and smaller than a girdle is called Girdlette. The top most portion of the stocking where the garter clips attach is called welt. This portion should always be reinforced, and is sometimes folded over and sewn onto itself.
What can you wear with your garter belts and stockings? Well, almost anything goes: panties (or not), a bra, a bustier, a corset or anything else you like.
Now, since you know what they are, how in the world do you put them on, and are they not highly uncomfortable?
Well, here is how to put them on (at least one method): Put on your panties (thongs, boy shorts, whatever you prefer), put the garter belt on and arrange the straps to the back and front (and to the sides, if you have more than 4 straps). For a secure fit, adjust the lenght of the straps, if necessary. Open each of the clips, push the backside of the clip upward, toward the elastic garter, then pull the back away from the front of the clip. Now put the stocking gently onto your leg. Be extra careful if you are wearing fully fashioned nylon stockings. Clip the front straps onto your stocking by pressing the round protrusion into the fabric and gently pulling in an upward direction to lock the garter clip into place on your stockings. Reach between your legs and grab the back garter strap with one hand. Use your other hand to hold the stocking into place. Clip the back strap onto the stocking. Repeat for the other leg, then straighten out your stockings. If you are wearing seamed stockings, make sure your seams are straight.
Some useful tips: Depending on how delicate your stockings are, you might want to use gloves, so you will not ruin them. Try to clip on the back ones first so you can position and adjust the fronts a bit easier.
Do not put the back strap at the 6 o'clock position. It should be more like at the 4 or 5 o'clock position on your right thigh, and on the 7 or 8 o'clock position on your left thigh. Otherwise you might get uncomfortable having to sit on the back straps.
By now you are probably asking yourself: Is wearing garter belts and stockings not very uncomfortable? Well, after doing some research, most women (surprise, surprise) will not go back to wearing pantyhose, once they mastered wearing garter belts and stockings. Many believe it is one of the best pieces of lingerie they have worn in a long time! They feel more free and happy in a way, that can only be compared to the feeling they felt when they finally bought this real quality bra in their correct size for the very first time. Let alone the feeling of sexiness it can give you. Be cautious, though: It could well be the start of a new lingerie addiction for you!
Posted: 24 Jul 2011 05:12 AM PDT
Beatles Drive My Car (Russian) Vesyolye Rebyata 'Starinki Avtomobil'
|Russian Beatles Drive My Car (Starinki Avtomobil) Jolly Boys (Vesyolye Rebyata) |
|Song by The Beatles |
from the album Rubber Soul
|Released||3 December 1965 (UK) |
14 June 1966 (U.S.)
|Recorded||Abbey Road: 1965-10-13|
|Label||Parlophone, EMI (UK) |
Capitol Records (U.S.)
|Rubber Soul track listing|
"Drive My Car" is a song written by Paul McCartney, with lyrical contributions by John Lennon and first released by The Beatles on the UK version of the 1965 album Rubber Soul; it also appeared in the US on the Yesterday and Today collection. The upbeat, lighthearted "Drive My Car" was used as the opening track for both albums.
The song's male narrator is told by a woman that she's going to be a famous movie star, and she offers him the opportunity to be her chauffeur, adding "and maybe I'll love you." When he objects that his "prospects are good", she retorts that "working for peanuts is all very fine/but I can show you a better time." When he agrees to her proposal, she admits that she doesn't have a car, "but [she's] found a driver and that's a start."
According to McCartney, "'Drive my car' was an old blues euphemism for sex". McCartney also described the song (along with "Norwegian Wood", also from Rubber Soul) as a "comedy number" in Melody Maker two days after the song's recording.
When McCartney arrived at Lennon's Weybridge home for a writing session, he had the tune in his head, but "The lyrics were disastrous, and I knew it." The chorus began, "You can buy me diamond rings", a cliche they'd used twice before in "Can't Buy Me Love" and "I Feel Fine". Lennon dismissed the lyrics as "crap" and "too soft". They decided to rewrite the lyrics and after some difficulty—McCartney said it was "one of the stickiest" writing sessions—they settled on the "drive my car" theme (which Bob Spitz credits to Lennon) and the rest of the lyrics flowed easily from that.
"Drive My Car" was recorded at Abbey Road Studios on 13 October 1965 in the Beatles' first recording session to extend past midnight. McCartney, working closely with George Harrison, laid down the basic rhythm track, doubling similar riffing lines on bass and low guitar, as per Harrison's suggestion. Harrison had been listening to Otis Redding's "Respect" at the time and, as a result of its influence, "Drive My Car" has more bottom than any previous Beatles recording, mimicking the bass-heavy sound generated in Redding's Memphis studio.
McCartney played the lead guitar solo, although Harrison plays the guitar which doubles the bass throughout the song.
- Paul McCartney – vocal, guitar, bass guitar, piano
- John Lennon – vocal, tambourine, rhythm guitar
- George Harrison – harmony vocal, lead guitar
- Ringo Starr – drums, cowbell
- This song was one of four that McCartney performed live on the Super Bowl XXXIX half-time show, and one of the five performed at the Live 8 Concert in London, with George Michael adding backing vocals.
- Samples from this song feature heavily in the track "Drive My Car/The Word/What You're Doing" track on the Love soundtrack album released in November 2006.
- The song was covered by the band Breakfast Club and featured in the movie License to Drive.
- The song was covered by Bobby McFerrin on the album Simple Pleasures.
- The Punkles did a punk cover of this song on their second album, Punk!.
- The song was covered by The Hot Rats and appeared on a Hugo Boss advertisement featuring Sienna Miller.
- Bret Michaels did a cover of this song with assistance from McCartney and Starr.
- The "Beep Beep Beep Beep Yeah!" portion of the song has been used by oldies and classic hits stations as the traffic update intro in recent decades.
- The Jonas Brothers played this song in the event that President Barack Obama threw to honor McCartney with the Gershwin Prize for his contributions to popular music. Subsequently, with permission from McCartney himself, they went on to perform it as their cover song on their World Tour 2010.
- Aldridge, Alan, ed (1990). The Beatles Illustrated Lyrics. Boston: Houghton Mifflin / Seymour Lawrence. ISBN 0-395-59426-X.
- The Beatles (2000). The Beatles Anthology. San Francisco: Chronicle Books. ISBN 0-8118-2684-8.
- Lewisohn, Mark (1988). The Beatles Recording Sessions. New York: Harmony Books. ISBN 0-517-57066-1.
- MacDonald, Ian (2005). Revolution in the Head: The Beatles' Records and the Sixties (Second Revised ed.). London: Pimlico (Rand). ISBN 1-844-13828-3.
- Miles, Barry (1997). Paul McCartney: Many Years From Now. New York: Henry Holt & Company. ISBN 0-8050-5249-6.
- Spitz, Bob (2005). The Beatles: The Biography. Boston: Little, Brown. ISBN 0-316-80352-9.
- or (PART 1 of "'Teahcer, HE COPIED ME"
- ...And now I'm going to create his new asshole!)--I'm half Sicillian.
- We don't waste a thing!
The only good thing I can think of to come out of this 'Gate' is that I'd forgotten how perfectly the audio from the theme to 'Paddington Bear' replaced the original Phil Collins track, which WMG disabled through YouTube's disabling machine. Tell me it doesn't.
- LOOK! BRAINLESS WONDER DOESN'T EVEN REALIZE I'VE REPLACED (or rather, YouTube has disabled it) THE FUCKING AUDIO With PADDINGTON BEAR
- WMG removed ridiculous Phil Collins Audio so I replaced it with Paddington Bear
- AND IT WORKS! BETTER! MUCH MUCH BETTER!)
- VERY FUCKING PUNK
This is when I thought the whole Blog was in on it. And whether or not the Moldovon Theme was JUST a coincidence, it certainly makes a great companion video to this:
Mziuri, Georgian National Filmography
Thanks Jon Huck!
(hey, look, somebody on your blog's not an ASSHOLE)
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Rhyming Dining - Five Day Plan
This is me. The pic is courtesy of the lovely Tan XLVII from B3ta.com. Thanks!
Being a typical woman I have pretty much tried every diet going. From the D-Plan to the F-Plan, low fat, wheat free, weight-watchers & Atkins... News flash... NONE of them work. I am also a self-confessed obsessive compulsive, so I have decided to devise my own diet plan in the hope of dropping a few pounds before the Christmas party season requires me to fit into that little black dress I bought 3 years ago.
The OCD Diet doesn't require that you count calories or grams of fat. There is no restriction on quantities or carbs, sugar or salt. The one single requirement is that you eat only foods in combinations that rhyme.
In the time honoured tradition of “scientific research” I have created a 5-day plan menu you can enjoy at home – and for the next 5 days I will be living on that diet and posting my progress here... starting with the dreaded weigh-in.
DAY 1 - MONDAY
Breakfast... Cheerios & Mini Heroes
1 bowl of Cheerios
a handful of Cadbury's Mini Heroes (shelled)
Just throw them all into a bowl together.
Very tasty – if a little dry with no milk. I did begin to feel slightly nauseous halfway through the bowl and I almost lost a filling when I came across an unexpected toffee eclair, so consequently ate less than I do normally in the morning. Result.
Lunch... Steamed Sardines & Broad Beans
1 can of sardines
1 portion of broad beans (shelled, or canned depending on season)
Drain sardines and place in a steamer along with the broad beans. Steam gently for 10 minutes, or until the beans are tender but not too soft. Serve immediately (preferably before you lose your nerve).
I know a lot of people don't like broad beans but actually, I am a big fan. I am not, however, a fan of fish – especially not oily fish – so the smell of this cooking actually made me gag. Dished up it is perhaps the most uninviting meal I have ever seen. And it tastes like shit. Seriously, really bad – even my cat wouldn't eat the leftovers.
Dinner... Lemon Sole Swiss Roll
1 lemon sole
1 Swiss Roll (n.b. If you are the homely kind you can make your own Swiss Roll, but I couldn't be arsed to be honest)
A few spoons full of jam (optional)
Grill the lemon sole until cooked. Allow to cool. Unwrap the Swiss Roll and carefully deconstruct it until it is lying flat on the work surface. Flake the fish evenly across the surface of the jammy sponge (adding extra jam will help it stick back together again). Next, carefully re-roll the cake base. Slice & serve.
This actually tastes a lot nicer than it sounds. The delicate flavour of the sole is completely drowned out by the sugary sweetness of the jam & cake, so apart from a slightly obscure texture, if you close your eyes it actually feels like you're just eating cake... only with added protein and that good-for-you-fat everyone is talking about at the moment.
Breakfast & Dinner were OK, but lunch was pretty dire actually. I am a little concerned that I have eaten quite a lot of sugar and not many vegetables. I will try and fix that tomorrow – if I ever get to sleep tonight. SUGAR RUUUSH!!
DAY 2 - TUESDAY
Breakfast... Hog Roast on Toast
1 slice of bread (brown or white)
Ideally spit roast the hog slowly over a charcoal fire. I live alone in a flat, so have opted instead to roast a pork chop in the oven – which is just the same but on a smaller scale. Next, lightly toast the bread on both sides. Place a large slice of hog (or the chop) on the toast & serve.
A very tasty breakfast indeed, though massively more than I usually eat in the morning. I feel totally ready for the day ahead – but a little apple sauce wouldn't have gone amiss.
Lunch... Boiled Peas & Cauliflower Cheese
1 portion frozen peas
1 pre-made cauliflower cheese (again, if you're feeling homely you can make this yourself, but life is too short for that much washing up at lunchtime to be honest)
Follow the instructions for heating the cauliflower cheese. 5 minutes before it's ready throw the peas into a pan of boiling water. Drain the peas and serve with the cauliflower cheese on a dish of your liking.
Wow.. this feels just like a normal meal. I like both peas & cauliflower cheese, and they compliment each other perfectly as the cheese sauce prevents the peas from rolling off your fork. It doesn't feel like I am on a diet at all! I also feel very good about heading in the right direction for my 5-a-day balanced diet - and, well... it just looks cheerful too doesn't it?
Dinner... Ham, Spam & Jam Flan
1 sponge flan base (I used individual ones, but when catering for a family use a large one)
1 pack of ham
1 can of spam
1 jar of jam (flavour to taste, but I have opted for tradition strawberry because I already had it in the cupboard)
Slice the Spam and arrange attractively in the flan base together with the ham. Presentation is important, so make sure you take your time and fan the sliced meat elegantly across the base. If you're in a hurry you could just dice & sprinkle. Next spread the jam evenly across the top of the meat. Refrigerated before serving.
This dish is a real winner in terms of rhymability. It also looks pretty awesome if you put a little effort in - and pardon me, but who the hell knew Spam smelt so damn good!?! Sadly it tastes like shit. It's also missing vegetables, again (I really wanted to add a yam, but they don't sell them at Tescos). I just about managed half a flan before I began to feel physically ill.
A good start to the day with breakfast and lunch both highly palatable. The excess of cauliflower for lunch did give me chronic wind in the afternoon though, which very wasn't popular with my co-workers – and after a disastrous dinner I went to bed feeling hungry and unhappy.
DAY 3 - WEDNESDAY
Breakfast... Demi Sec Ready Brek
1 bottle of sparkling Demi Sec
Ready Brek mix
This dish can be served hot or cold. A word of warning though - sparkling wine tends to fizz a bit crazily when you heat it up, so make sure you use an over-sized pan. It's also worth noting that heating the Demi Sec destroys the alcoholic content, which kind of goes against the grain for me. In the interests of science I have prepared and consumed it in both ways today. Simply add the hot or cold Demi Sec to the Ready Brek and mix to a consistency you like. Serve immediately.
In need of cheering up after last night's failure I was overjoyed with this start to the day – though I have to admit the cold and slightly fizzy version was a little weird on the tongue. The hot version was surprisingly tasty, and well accompanied by a couple of glasses of the left over Demi Sec (it is a travesty that they would put alcohol into something that tastes this crap, but after the week I have had so far, anything with booze in it will do). I do feel a little squiffy heading into work now though, so have left the car at home.
Lunch... Stir Fried Pork Pie
1 pork pie
Stir fry oil (pretty much any oil will do. I'm quite posh so am using olive oil)
Simply slice the pork pie and fry in a hot wok.
This was a very greasy meal – although not too bad taste wise. The heat from the wok melted the layer of fatty jelly you get inside a pork pie, which made the pastry a little soggy, hence the poorly presented serving. I'm pretty sure we'll see this on the menu at fish & chip shops in Scotland once word gets out though.
Dinner... Lambs Heart Treacle Tart
1 pre-made pastry case (sweet or savory.. and no, seriously, don't bother to make your own as you won't be eating much of this anyway)
1 pack of lambs hearts
1 can of treacle syrup
Dice and lightly sauté the lambs hearts. Leave to cool. Next, spread evenly across the pastry base (I have chosen the sweet version, which in hindsight was a bit of a tactical error given that this is supposed to be a “diet”). Now drizzle the treacle over the heart & bake in a medium oven for 20 minutes. Allow to cool before serving (unless you want third degree burns on the roof of your mouth).
I could only find Black Treacle in Tescos, so this dish looks exceedingly scary. It tastes even scarier. I strongly suggest you drain all the blood off the heart before applying it to the pastry base. This was a bit like eating an abortion suffering from leprosy. I only managed one mouthful before I was actually physically sick. The evening was only marginally rescued by the fact that I found half a bottle of Demi Sec in the fridge to take the taste of vomit away before bed time.
I am beginning to become dissolution with dinner time. Every time I walk into the kitchen I gag. And I realise that yet again my diet today has been very high in fat, protein, sugar & alcohol, with absolutely no vegetables or fruit included.
DAY 4 - THURSDAY
Breakfast... Honey Loops & Tomato Soup
1 bowl of Honey Loops
1 can of tomato soup
I was in two minds about how to prepare this – hot or cold? I am not going to try it both ways like yesterday, as to be honest the prospect of eating Honey Loops steeped in tomato soup is far from appealing. Fuck science. To get it over and done with I just opened the can of soup and poured it straight over the Loops.
After last night's abortion (quite literally) I woke up feeling drained and hungry – I am pretty sure I had a nightmare about being chased through treacle by angry lamb's fetuses. So as disgusting as this looks, I am determined to start the day off with a decent amount of food in my belly. And to be honest, once you get over the fact you are mixing 2 ingredients that should never, ever be served in the same time frame, it wasn't too bad. The flavour of the Honey Loops was totally overpowered by the tangyness of the tomato soup. I just wish I had taken the time to heat it up and I could have pretended they were just croûtons.
Lunch... Chips, Skips & Strawberry Whips
1 pack of Skips
Oven ready chips
A handful of Strawberry Whips
Follow the oven chips instructions to bake until golden brown. Open Skips and arrange attractively on a plate with the chips & whips.
This was a bit like being at a finger buffet. The chips were in dire need of some tomato ketchup, but I did burp a little sick into my mouth half way through the meal that was tinged with the taste of tomato soup from this morning, which went some way towards filling that gap. Altogether a not-unpleasant meal (apart from the moment of sick).
Dinner... Chicken Supreme & Chocolate Ice Cream
1 chicken supreme ready meal (you could make your own, but who knows what goes into chicken supreme? That thought actually scares me a little.)
2 scoops of chocolate ice cream
Follow the instructions on the package to heat up the chicken supreme. Dish out onto a plate and plop 2 scoops of chocolate ice cream on top. Serve immediately.
Chicken supreme is rather tasty. Chocolate ice cream is a food of the gods. The 2 should never, ever be combined. Ever. It doesn't actually taste too horrendous – I mean they eat chocolate sauce with meat quite a lot in some countries – but the ice cream melts way too fast and gets merged in with the general mush of the chicken supreme. A total and utter waste of a perfectly good scoop of ice cream.
Another disappointing end to the day. Luckily there was enough chocolate ice cream left in the tub to cheer me up a little while I watched a movie before bed. I know that's not strictly speaking in keeping with the diet plan, as I didn't eat it with anything that rhymed with it – but I've been so good all week I felt I deserved a little detour... besides, it wouldn't be a real diet if I didn't cheat right?
DAY 5 - FRIDAY
Breakfast... Belgian Waffle & Sautéed Offal
1 Belgian Waffle
Some offal (hearts, kidneys, livers, brains, whatever)
Dice and sauté the offal until cooked through. DRAIN THOROUGHLY OF BLOOD (I am not getting caught out again!). Warm the waffle under the grill & then serve with the diced offal on top.
I woke up this morning with a sense of dread, as well as a churning and distinctly unhealthy feeling in the pit of my stomach. When I planned this diet last week I hadn't quite banked on how appalling the heart-tart-fuck-up would be – and in the interests of economy I had planned on using the remaining lambs hearts to complete this dish. Looking at it sitting festering on my plate I am absolutely certain I am going to vomit when I take a mouthful... I was right.
Lunch... Apple Strudel Super Noodles
1 homebake apple strudel
1 pack of super noodles (any flavour will do – I chose chicken as they are my favourite)
Follow the instructions on the package to prepare the apple strudel. Remove from oven and leave to cool as you prepare the super noodles (also follow pack instructions). Cut the apple strudel into manageable slices (which is really fucking hard as it happens) and fan attractively around the dished up noodles.
Not a combination you would usually expect to find on your plate, but actually not too bad at all. I don't know if it is because my taste buds are becoming desensitized to the onslaught of conflicting flavours I have been bombarding them with this week, or if some part of me has given up the will to live a little. I feel it's probably a bit of both – and perhaps the beginnings of a mental disorder brought on by severe malnutrition due to the fact I have hardly eaten any fresh fruit or vegetables all week.
Dinner... Baked Steak in a Cadbury Flake Lake
Several Cadbury Flakes
Place the steak in an oven proof dish and crumble several flakes around it (exact number will depend on the size of your dish & steak, but ideally the end result should leave an island of meaty goodness floating in a lake of melted chocolate. N.B. Being too stingy with the flakes will result in either an undercooked steak or a dish full of smoking and burnt chocolate that is impossible to clean off.. & yes, I am talking from experience here). Bake in a medium oven for 10-12 mins, or until steak is cooked to your liking.
It's Friday & the end of my diet, so I thought I'd push the boat out with something a little fancy tonight. Drawing once again on the “meat & chocolate sauce genre”, this is OCD haute cuisine at it's very best. It smells amazing as it's cooking – and looks rather fancy too, though the flakes didn't quite melt to create the lake I had envisaged. It begs the question, what have Cadburys done to the genetic makeup of the chocolate in their flakes?? Sadly I feel a little too nauseous to fully appreciate the meaty, chocolaty goodness of this meal. All I really want right now is some plain boiled rice and an early night.
Having (pretty much) stuck to this diet all week I can honestly say that compared with other diets I have been on it was a resounding success. I feel like shit. I am lethargic and depressed. I find myself thinking about food constantly and want to kill anyone I see eating anything that isn't on my menu. I have even been dreaming about food – only unlike other diets where my dreams involve gorging myself on forbidden fruits, this week I have mostly been dreaming about being chased by various alarming produce through lakes and rivers of treacle & chocolate. There is one final test to complete this experiment... the ultimate litmus test of any successful diet.. the holy grail of the nutritional dictatorship... the dreaded weigh-in. I was 9st 11lbs at the start of this week.... /drum roll
Up yours Atkins & f-you F-Plan! I have lost a total of 3lbs this week, which is more than I ever did on your diets – although admittedly they didn't make me chunder my guts up on 2 out of the 5 days, at least I lost some weight! And I didn't even have to go bulimic or any shit like that to get there. Now if you'll excuse me I am off to Maccy D's to celebrate – where I am going to order every flipping thing on the menu that does NOT rhyme with each other.
What the Doctors say....
"Following an eating plan like this is utterly ridiculous and very unhealthy. Now get out of my office and stop wasting my time"
*N.B. This is not my real Doctor... he wouldn't let me take his photograph*
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