Tuesday, October 09, 2007

What would you guys rather read?

The incredibly talented and mahvelously charming Javi tells me I'm a witty raconteur*, but I certainly haven't been living up to that title lately. So, let's fix that!

I'm in the mood to tell a story, but I'm not sure where I want to take you.

Where do *you* want to go?

London?

Paris?

Thailand?

Minnesota in January?

Some other place you may have heard me muttering about under my breath?

Leave me a comment and let me know. This would be a good time for the lurker-types to briefly delurk, eh?


*"Witty" and "raconteur" are words that really should always be used together. I remember Fran Leibowitz writing something to the effect that "madcap" was the only appropriate adjective to be used with the word "heiress" -- I feel the same way about "witty" and "raconteur."

10 comments:

Sasquatch said...

Tell them about the West Wing! Or Roadside America! Or Hackensack!

Bill said...

I don't believe I've ever heard a Paris story from you... although I'm not surprised, with the frequent references to odd sexual behaviors and nasty tramps, that you actually know Ms. Hilton -- the madcap heiress we all love to hate.

Heather Meadows said...

While I feel a slight tugging towards Thailand, ultimately it seems I want to hear about Minnesota :D

Sudiegirl said...

Minnesota! Minnesota!

Madame M. said...

I agree about your being a great raconteuse-- the stories of your sorrow may not be fun for you personally but they were quite riveting.

I also vote Minnesota, incidentally.

Anonymous said...

*delurk*

As one of those British-types, I'd have to vote for London.

*relurk*

Paul

Claire said...

Madcap- so true. :)

I vote heavily for Thailand and Sasquatch's recommendation of the West Wing.

Save cold Minnesota for next summer.

BeechwoodAve said...

"Paris, D.C., Red Square!"

J.M. Tewkesbury said...

I'm not picky. I'll read whatever you choose to write about. It's all a treat!

Real Live Lesbian said...

Paris, please!

I'm a regular lurking reader and haven't heard you say ANYTHING about Paris. Now I'm all curious.