Date: October 20, 2009 02:38 am Title: Persuasion
‘Here’s a sketch of my boyfriend, Professor, and look at that, he’s got a hard-on!’
omfg. i lol'd.
and holy crap, you made a dr. kinsey reference! i once mentioned the kinsey test, and one of my friends (a fellow dunderhead) said "is that another one of your office-themed quizzes?" uh, no.
Author's Response: Who doesn't love the doc? There's even a JK tie-in there. Glad you enjoyed this silly old thing! Many thanks!
Date: February 03, 2008 05:02 pm Title: Chocolate Pudding
"Could you be any more subtle?" Haha, so cute. Jim's obsession with pudding is a little weird (LOL!) but this was a really nice contrast with the previous vignette. =)
Author's Response: Jim's chocolate pudding obsession...might make more sense if you know why this crazy little fic was written: John K. had been asked in some interview if he liked jello in real life; he'd said no, but he loved chocolate pudding. So, a bunch of us were having a silly convo about that at the old TWoP (you can imagine) and somehow, I was elected to write the fic commemorating it. (I know, very deep, right?) Hence this story - which I speed wrote, on demand, in about an hour. So there's more than you ever wanted to know about this thing, lol. Anyway. glad you enjoyed and thanks!
Date: February 03, 2008 04:10 pm Title: Second Drink
That was really sweet and tender. And wow, that conversation took me way back -- it reminds me almost exactly of late night conversations I used to have with my boyfriend when we first got together. I understand exactly what Pam's going through and why she brought it up, and Jim's responses were just perfect.
Author's Response: Sweet and tender - I like that. This was written way before we knew what actually happened, so I'm glad it still worked for you. Thanks again, Finer Things.
Date: February 03, 2008 01:40 pm Title: Hot as a Very Hot Thing
Loved this line: "Luckily for you, I love you warts and all…and trust me, the last thing your attributes need is magnification." Sooo cute. And "hot as a very hot thing" is hilarious and so them. =)
Author's Response: So pleased you're enjoying these silly things...they were so much fun to write. And thanks for all the wonderful comments.
Date: February 03, 2008 01:33 pm Title: Persuasion
*giggles* That was so cute! And really funny. I especially loved that first paragraph...teehee!
Author's Response: When I saw you'd reviewed this old thing, I re-read it for the first time in ages...and have to admit, it made me giggle too. Thanks for that!
Date: February 03, 2008 01:00 pm Title: Liz
Oh how adorable!! I was a bit confused about the chapter title until I got to the part about the nightgown. Very cute. =)
P.S. I hope you don't mine that I'm spamming you with reviews. lol
Author's Response: Mind? I'm horrified! Are you kidding? This is like pennies from heaven. And yeah, can't beat Liz, back in the day, for sex appeal. Thanks again, Finer Things.
Date: October 18, 2006 06:29 pm Title: Chocolate Pudding
Never knew chocolate pudding could be so hot and steamy! Lovely little story. Loved the last word in this phrase - "When Jim proclaimed that the pudding had achieved it’s ideal state of pudding-ness"
Author's Response: You know, it never ocurred to me until about five minutes before I wrote this either - read JK's quote about pudding and suddenly it was all there! Glad you liked the pudding-ness...got a chuckle out of that myself. Thanks!
Date: October 18, 2006 03:17 pm Title: Chocolate Pudding
Ooh, dirty kitchen fun! The things that get those two going...
We also go the teacup routine for pudding-y desserts...and for feeding the cat, and for dips, and for salsa...we're dish poor!
Now, I always insist on a clean kitchen. A steamy one, however, is just fine. Amazing the uses for teacups. Thanks for weighing in!
Date: October 18, 2006 02:03 pm Title: Chocolate Pudding
Okay. Give me a minute here.
Okay. It is hereafter proclaimed that you can no longer even hesitate for a milisecond before you post a story - because if this is what you turn out when you're in a hurry? JESUS WOMAN.
Sex on the kitchen counter? Dishes be damned?
Brilliant work, as always! And thank you, by the way. :o)
Will try to be more productive...somehow I think this may be inversely proportionate to my paying job, however. Aw, screw that.
Glad you were feeling the pudding....really, with Jim would there be a bad location? Kitchen counter, hood of car, random restroom...it's all good (okay, maybe not that last one, cause that's just grody.) And thank you for expressing your Ho yeah! Bracing myself for tomorrow night.....
Date: October 18, 2006 01:36 pm Title: Chocolate Pudding
Mental note to self: Buy pudding.
Wonderful. Just... yeah...
Author's Response: Maybe we should all go into business with Jell-O - live on the residuals and just write/read JAM steam 24/7. Could be marketing genius. So glad you found it to be...yeah.
Date: October 18, 2006 12:35 pm Title: Chocolate Pudding
Mmm, makes me want to cook pudding (no instant!). I'm thinking... tonight ;)
Author's Response: I have to say, JK's endorsement of choc pudding made me see it in a whole new light. Phooey on instant. Enjoy dessert (tonight!)
Date: October 18, 2006 12:17 pm Title: Chocolate Pudding
OH my goodness. Yes. Loved the finger sucking. SO erotic. :D The very idea of rendering a man as glib as Jim speechless is mind blowing.
Thank you. Must go fan self now.
Author's Response: I kind of figured we'd all like to render Jim speechless...if only vicariously. Glad you found it erotic - because other than that, there's absolutely no justification for this silly thing. Thanks!
Date: October 18, 2006 12:13 pm Title: Chocolate Pudding
I envision a whole new ad campaign:
Chocolate pudding. Cause you just can't do that with Jell-O. ;)
Though this isn't helping my concentration - but it's totally improved my mood.
Author's Response: Sorry to mess with your concentration...somehow knowing that JK likes pudding was perversely inspiring. Do you have any pull with the ad execs at Jell-O? Because I'm so there. Ah, it was all in good smutty fun.
Date: October 18, 2006 12:03 pm Title: Chocolate Pudding
Colette --- that is some delicious pudding!! Love "McGyver's teacups". I know Jim made the slow cook kind, but I really appreciate that you delivered some 'instant pudding' to us hungry masses. Yum.
Author's Response: I felt a Call to Duty you might say. You gals (and guys?) at TWoP can be very persuasive. Glad you liked the McGyver thing - that was a shout out to Mr. Colette who has a perverse fascination with that show. Somehow, I could imagine Jim liking it too. Thanks!
Date: October 18, 2006 11:45 am Title: Chocolate Pudding
Jesus. That. Was. Awesome. And my mom used to make pudding the same way. I'd be more disturbed about it if I weren't so - GUH! I declare right now that the Vignettes shall continue until the show goes off the air and even then, you'll have to get approval before you stop. Thanks Colette for brightening a gloomy afternoon!
Author's Response: Well, glad to be of service. Don't know if I can keep this series going, but you know...all I need is JK mentioning something else he likes and - I'm there. Thanks so much!