Writer Erin O'Brien comments on all things human.
Erin, I am so sorry but I was staring at your boobs while you were walking. Could you repeat everything you said?
I sense a new set of trends in fashion. I look for them to hit the runways of Paris and Milan in the spring of 2007.The O'Brien Look - new for spring.
Your shoes sound like my shoes. So maybe one of the air cells is ruptured and there's some water in it or something?
Denny: I can't remember what I said. What did I say?Dean: Yes, this is one of my more fetching ensembles. I think I really achieve a unique with this one.Zorgon. In addition to making a squarshy noice, my shoes talk. They have been asking about your shoes. I think they have a crush on them.
safty glasses for your walk? I have so much to say but alas it has all been said before.squeak
squeaking to a town near you!! You have some nice legs sister. You have inspired me to go skate. Bye!!
the underlying unsettledness (its a word I"m pretty sure) is all I can think about...the glasses, the shoe sounds the headphones all pale in comparison to what is gonig on in your head right now...
n: I wear the awful things to keep blowing dust out of my eyes! AND they make me look like an alien.HD: These legs have quite a few miles on them. Thanks.JT: Competent, adult, satisfying, and (usually) heterosexual sex. But you already knew that.
Oh, those are SAFETY glasses. Now I friggen' get it. (or, since this is the obrienblog, do I have to say I effing get it?)Safety glasses. Now it all makes a twisted kind of sense.
Dean, I believe the manufacturer intended for these to be sunglasses. But yes, I utilize them as safety glasses.When I walk.Down the ridiculous suburban streets.Thinking about sex.
WD40 will take care of that squeak, unless it's some sort of mating call or something and you actually want the squeak...
it's the call of the g-spot
Edawg,Six miles of walkingIn 100 degree heatOne word - waterbottleFITZ
You really, really need to pack your stuff and move up here. It's s'posed to be in the low 70's all week - perfect walking weather.And you can introduce your squeaky shoes to my squeaky shoes while Dean looks for your g-spot.
I returned...Sadly, due to my technological issues, your latest post was for me soundless. However, the pleasure of perusing your countenance was a more than ample compensation for such a frustration. Through the silence, I was able to imagine so many sounds...I shall go to my bedchamber a happier man tonight. Thank you, dear lady.
I heard your shoes siren song, makes me want to locomote.(sp)(word)(if it is I like)I had lasik surgery a few years ago, so I could see what it was like to not have to wear glass's before I needed them to read and shit, not yet, my days are numbered. What was my point? Oh, the speakers I stole off my book keepers desk dont work,I am going to have to learn to read lips I suppose, I dont trust my book keeper, who keeps broken speakers unless they are listening to something they dont want you to hear?
Erin, this is another one of my favorite posts of yours. I think I am going to link it to my blog when I have time. You woke me up. I wasn't even going to turn on my computer because my eyes were rolling to the back of my head from exhaustion. But since I haven't turned on my computer in a few days I thought I should at least check my emails. And of course visit Erin O'Brien.Now I can't fall asleep.p.s. i effin love those glasses by the way. I would like to get a hold of a pair and get my prescribed lenses to fit in them. It's possible you know. Even though I am as blind as a bat, I managed to spend only $80.00 on my current frames - they're sunglass frames that I purchased 6 yrs ago. They just cut my lenses accordingly. This year I am striving to spend 69 cents.
Your skinny little legs look so cute in those shorts haha love your work.
if you attach a chain to those glasses, they would be perfect show-off wear for games of canasta.
Vince: So that's why I keep getting approached by men in mouse costumes as I walk. n: So that's why I keep getting approached by men with huge erections as I walk. Fitz: I actually think I overdid it. I about passed out when I got home.sxK: You're shoes squeak too! Oh sweet revelation, I am not alone!winters: Keep saying "bedchamber." Whisper it in my ear. Maybe work in my name somehow. "To my bedchamber then, Erin." Yeah. Something like that.(and maybe try clicking on the image and seeing if you can hear it when you watch directly from the YouTube site)JW: Yes.PDD: You are here. I am here. Somehow, we are together, kindred spirits in cyberland. And thank god someone properly appreciates these glasses.Mush: Thank you. I am trying to grow my legs longer. It's not working. Maybe I should try stilts. Walking six miles in stilts, though .... hm.Jam: I do not know how to play canasta. Good to know I've got the right glasses if anyone ever invites me.
I liked "The Sound of Silence" better.But that was good, too.
You have great legs.
erf.Perhaps one day I will know what the hell I am saying when I say that!This is a good erf, though.
damn. I need to go out walking.After midnight.Out in the moonlight.Just like we used to do.(sorry, Patsy got me there!)Ummm. Yeah-I need to go walking. My excuse TODAY is I can't wear shoes and socks until the newest tat heals. WOO! Tat on foot top! heh heh heh.CD rocks-gregg allman?! As in The Allman Brothers? That one threw me for a loop! Oooh, I so need to delete and not login and publish this...eh bien.Or something like that-someone want to tone up my grandma...I mean grammer?
There is a song by 2NU called This is Ponderous. In the song they say,"and then my shoes began to squeak (squeak, squeak, squeak squeak)
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