Monday, January 5, 2009

Boys Wearing Fur

CYRYL FUR COAT

FUR COAT BLONDIE

I hope it's synthetic.








Good Murakami novel with a sheep man by the same name.





16 comments:

wagga said...

Murstflowy!

furflowy said...

Wagga waggaed me... zuuuuu...

Confession >>> I have a mink coat... bought a million years ago... when I was a cavewoman... I luv it...cause it's really warm... I call it "the car" cause it is as warm as driving around inside a vehicle >...furrytruth...<

/thank goodness that's out...AND the boys look good wearing fur...

Akira said...

Hi Wagga!
Good to see you back online.
"Flowy" seems to be the new "murst" meme.

Hi Flowy,
I have fur too, but I don't wear it. As I mentioned in some previous thread I have too much stuff – such as all of my grandmother’s fur and other crap nobody else wanted when she died. I really cannot stand the fox scarves with their little heads still attached that look like Akubi, but I keep them anyway for "sentimental value". Also, the poor animals already died before I was even born.

NotAnOptimist said...

To me, fur is one of those exotic things you read about in books. Kinda like BLT sandwiches; they're just not as awesome in real life.

OT, I desperately want to buy myself DVDs, but I know I'm just going to shove them onto a bookshelf and let them gather dust. So far, I've somehow managed to resist the allure of owning them... but this has been going on for about 2 months and it's sort of killing me slowly.

furflwoy said...

flowymememeemememe... feels good...

foxheads/Akirafur

Hi Noa... resist dusty stuff... more funstuff around

Akira said...

@NOA,
Which DVD's?
As far as fur BLT's and such I'm thinking Margo in The Royal Tenebaums (see update above)

squint mccoy said...

i ate a furburger one time. ;)

furflowy said...

Margot is honeystrange... lost her finger in indiana... who is the cool guy at the bus station waiting on her?

Akubi said...

Hi Squint!

Flowy,
While I've never been to Indiana, I would imagine mink coats probably aren't so cool there.

The weird looking tennis fanatic guy at the bus station is her brother.

I must confess: Other than airports and work-related crap in Atlanta, I've never been to the South (including Indiana - isn't that south of something?). Kindof freaks me out for some reason, but I've always wanted to see Savannah,.

Akubi said...

When I was in middle school I decided Billy Idol was a POS sell-out – and I hated that crappy "rocker" look that his followers in remedial math sported.
Nothing wrong with dancing with yourself though.
In fact, I’ve made reservations for myself at a 5-star hotel/spa and I couldn’t give a rat’s ass if anyone joins me.

Happy said...

The happiest people don't need other people.

spaflowy said...

I fell asleep last night and missed all the fun... omg... billy idol dances with himself... oooo.

I wanna go to spa too Akubi... I do homespastuff in the bathtub... I love the bathtub...womby...

NotAnOptimist said...

Akira said:
@NOA,
Which DVD's?


Too embarrassing to say.

Akira said...

Why can't Blogger fix the comment feed bug that has been around for 3weeks now? I haven’t been tracking comments on older posts these days.

@Happy,
Agreed.

@spaflowy,
Yes, I do home spa stuff too, but there's nothing like a true mineral bath and being treated like a princess for a day – plus I'm stimulating the economy!

@NOA,
I can't imagine what could possibly be embarrassing. This country has become an international embarrassment (fiscally, morally, etc.), so you're certainly not alone.

NotAnOptimist said...

@Akira,
I find celebrity crushes to be embarrassing, so yes, it's embarrassing.

spahomeflowy said...

Mineral bath is like a plunge into the core of the earth... your cellular structure changes shape... and your brain cells reorient their magnetism...

hahahaha... sounds good?

madeitup!