Archive for February, 2008
Valentine’s Day is the time to tell your sweetheart just how you feel, even if you’re feeling queasy and slightly itchy. With these ten different 3″ to 5″ Valentines you can give a Tickles Tapeworm Valentine to the cafeteria lady or a Dig Dig Head Louse Valentine to your barber. Envelopes included.
HAPPY VALENTINES DAY
Here’s a very red room we stayed in last August at The Madonna Inn in San Luis Obispo, California. They named it the Tack Room. I had red leather wall covering, red leather bedspreads, red stained wood walls, pink marble pedestal sinks, and lots more red stuff.
I wonder who’s staying there this Valentines Day?
The Madonna Inn has 109 unique theme rooms where you can stay, as well as multiple odd over-the-top dining environments. You can/should see photos of all 109 rooms here.
Click "Tour Our Rooms Online" at the top right, and then the "Next " button under the photos to tour through each room.
Saudi Arabia’s religious police have banned red roses ahead of Valentine’s Day, forcing couples in the conservative Muslim nation to think of new ways to show their love.
Just in time for Valentines Day, Godiva offers a stay in a chocolate room to the lucky person who finds a golden ticket in a box of their chocolates.
Self-professed “all-American, Jewish, lesbian folksinger” Phranc will come to your house and have a Tupperware Party!
Phranc got her start in the late ’70s Punk rock movement with synth rock band Nervous Gender and reggae Goth band Catholic Discipline (a band that would be immortalized in the first installment of the Decline of Western Civilization movies). During this period, she would sing some of her more political songs acoustically to allow the audience to clearly hear her words. It was these performances that eventually led to the discovery of her voice as an acoustic folk artist. During the span of her early solo releases (Folksinger and on), she discovered her niche — a voice for not only the gay and lesbian community, but for the socially conscious everywhere. Phranc’s music is often humorous in approach, but the underlying message is always based on serious subject matter.