Friday, October 29, 2010

Heels Count!

We Share!

Yes ... We Can Share!

What Took You so Long?

Do You Think Anyone Noticed?

Name That TGIrl PornStar!



Kananda Hickman

Sunday, October 10, 2010


Reduced to Mush ... at My Feet!

Today's Word "friable"

friable \FRY-uh-buhl\ (adjective) - Easily crumbled, pulverized, or reduced to powder.

"The house was practically falling apart around him, the crackling and friable walls unable to withstand the extreme winds of the storm."

Friable comes from Latin friabilis, from friare, "to rub, break, or crumble into small pieces."

Play With Me

Today's Word "diktat"

diktat \dik-TAHT\ (noun) - 1 : A harsh settlement unilaterally imposed on a defeated party. 2 : An authoritative decree or order.

"Management was fond of passing down diktats the actual intent of which was muddled or obscure such as 'no red neckties on the third Tuesday of each month,' or 'no brown, open-toed sandals on women on alternate Thursdays."

Diktat comes from German, from Latin dictatum, neuter past participle of dictare, "to dictate." It is related to dictator.

Saturday, October 9, 2010

Nikkij Has Her Own Clothes!

Woman sues hotel over underwear man
CHICAGO (UPI) -- A woman is suing a suburban Chicago hotel after she returned to her room and found a male employee trying on her clothes.

Dayanara Fernandez, 36, of Los Angeles said she returned to her room at the Hyatt in Deerfield, Ill., June 6 to find a man in a hotel shirt wearing her skirt, underwear and high-heel shoes, the Chicago Tribune reported Tuesday.

Court records said the man, whose name was not released in the suit, pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct and was forced to pay a fine and court costs totaling $187.

The lawsuit alleges negligence of hiring, supervision and/or training, invasion of privacy and emotional distress.  A Hyatt spokesman said officials have not yet seen the complaint.
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