Hotels

Why is it that staying in a Hotel is so intriguing? Hotels are like Halloween.

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  1. Halloween is covered in the body fluids of strangers and carries Legionnaire’s Disease?

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  2. hm very, very good point indeed.

    Now you’ve done it. All night all I’ll be able to think about are strangers’ body fluids. ewwww

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  3. i think nico meant that as a good thing.

    i know it’s the only reason I agreed to go along.

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  4. bring a black light with you, mihow, so you can be sure to see ALL the bodily fluids. (on the carpet, on the wall, on the lampshade, etc.)

    ugh i’ve just grossed myself out.

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  5. Do a little CSI work of my own.

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  6. Speaking of CSI, who’s gonna tape Must See TV for me? SCBOB?!

    OH dear god, I will miss the TV. :[

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  7. Man. I was going to say the best sex happens in hotels, but you guys just ruined it all with your bodily fluid black light talk. Thanks. Thanks a lot.

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  8. I’m sorry. I enjoy a nice hotel as much as the next, but you know the bedspreads are washed once a week.

    Anyhoo, mihow, maybe you’ll get the Warhol Fantasy Suite or the Sid & Nancy Honeymoon Suite. I know, I crack myself up.

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  9. I don’t know about people who live on their own, but since I live with so many people in this house, the thought of staying in a hotel fills me with the promise of delicious privacy, as cheesy as that sounds. It’s exciting for me. Not that I’ve done it in ages, but Remy and I were thinking that if we can rub two nickles together, we should plan a weekend out to a hotel together to really be alone.

    We do have privacy in the basement apartment for the most part, but considering we’ve got the Monkey, and that the laundry room and deep freezer are down here, anyone could come down at any time…there is no guarantee.

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  10. What a web site! ugh.

    I’m sort of looking forward to getting my Janis Joplin on.

    Nico, on our way back to DC we’re bringing the beadspread to your house as a gift.

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  11. What a web site! ugh.

    I’m sort of looking forward to getting my Janice Joplin on.

    Nico, on our way back to DC we’re bringing the beadspread to your house as a gift.

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  12. I am looking forward to receiving a bedspread covered with the juices of “rare individuals”

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