Sunday, February 05, 2006

Two Headed She-Beast



Isn't she wonderful? Turns out, two headed snakes are a reality. YES! can't wait to get one. They are all over google. Kinda reminds me of LaM. We're slick, we're sexy, we hunt independently, we like black and white....ok, it's a stretch...but hey!

I had two ball pythons a few years ago. But the little lovers couldn't take the move, so I had to give them to a neighbor kid. LUCKY buzzard. I had a HUGE spider too. Her name was Cruella. She would dance around her cage when I sang opera music. The higher notes the better. Defledermaus was my favorite Opera I ever sang. It's about a chamber maid who dresses up in her mistress' gown. The man of the house hits on her and she REALLLLLLLLLLY lets him have it. It's sooo Malena! Yes, we were born strange. As weird as Miles is, he doesn't like spiders! WT? So sadly, I no longer have a pet spider either. (I have her framed on the wall though.) Two pigdogs are a good replacement though. When Stanzi dies, we should keep her skull for our collection. (Ewww Am I kidding?) Hmmmmmmmmm.

Lorraine is having a fabulous time with Kitty this week. (Yes I AM jealous)But I love them, so it's ok. I'm here working on our t-shirts. Here's the first pick.

You like... my LaMies?

25 Comments:

At 11:12 PM , Blogger Malena Medium Cool said...

http://abcnews.go.com/US/wireStory?id=1466711
and all I need is an extra $150,000. Any rich fans out there other than Michael Jackson?

 
At 2:25 AM , Blogger K said...

If you put that picture on a black T-shirt, I'll definitely buy one (says the woman with 32 black tops at the last count, but hey, I'm sure I could jam another one in).

 
At 3:03 AM , Blogger Dan Guy said...

I love the shirt.

What I need is a hoodie, I think.

 
At 6:49 AM , Blogger vandaluna said...

Love the design, need black silk batwing shirt.

Just teasing. A nice tight little sexy baby doll tshirt.

LOVE THE SNAKIE!! Don't let my little pechupkin see it, she'll want it. I promised her a snake if she put effort into her project in a timely manner...looks like she won't get a snakie.

 
At 8:58 AM , Blogger Fabulous Lorraine said...

Malena, for you information, is NOT NOT NOT getting a two headed snake. ( Or riding in a small plane. ) I don't speak often but...

NO two headed snakes!!!!!!!!!!!!!

I really like the tee shirt tho. Hoodie might be possible, and yes, baby doll is in the plan ( tho I want to see baby dolls that fit REAL women ) I am all for the silk bat wing, but that might have to stay a dream.



For the moment.

 
At 10:08 AM , Blogger Kitty Cat said...

hello my friends,
have been having a wunderbar time here with the fabulous lorraine, seeing how invaluable she is to this household. i arrived to snow flurries, but so far, no blizzard, &^%$#!
we have been having alot of fun, cooking, shopping, talking, & taking photos--
maybe our webmaster beauty queen will post some for me. Lolo took me to the mall of america (maul!!) and protected me from the evil that lurked within.
although i was very happy to see the world's biggest hammer ride & i bought myself a pair of sparkly-butt pants, having been so enamoured of Miles' gift to Lo. She has been hurting herself, and Mal & I must lift the curse off her--upside, i got to drive the prius! har har. it is such a hot rod disguised as a sensible car, Lo had to remind me a few times of the posted speed limit--she's so good.
we are overdosing on various incarnations of Dr. Who whilst here, & good news, we give a big OK to the new one, D. Tennant. meanwhile, i leave tomorrow & they can have the kitchen ledge back, where i have set up office--
hello to the bullfinch! welcome to the fun!
ok, i am forcing Lorraine to take me to the local goodwill (my favorite pastime) & also to get a new phone as i drowned my cell while in the luxurious bath...RIP Grampa Munster...

ps a shout out to Bill & Sharon, i put photos up on my blog, www.furrytiger.com under kittyspace

 
At 10:11 AM , Blogger ivenotime said...

Love the baby doll t-shirt too! Black, of course, long and short sleeve? I'm perpetually cold...and rather scared of snakes and spiders...

 
At 11:57 AM , Blogger Bulfinch's Aglaia said...

Yes to a baby doll t-shirt! Very cute. I love all the new pictures. (And thanks for the welcome, Miss Kitty. I still love the magnets I bought from you at FG: Wolverine and Wonder Woman!)

 
At 12:04 PM , Blogger tuaregblue said...

If you could make the spiderweb all silvery it would be the ultimate L&M shirt and I'd have to add it to my collection of black tees.:)

And I'm with Lorraine on the babydoll shirts for non-toothpick size women.

 
At 5:44 PM , Blogger vandaluna said...

Oooh, I had a wicked evil idea!
How 'bout little gems along the spider webs? Or at some other strategic place? oooh!!

I love spiders, snakes, scorpions, any creature. My huzbin catches black widows and we keep them for a while in jars and feed them flies and what not and, when we get bored with them, we set them free. We catch snakes sometimes and keep them mostly until they escape. Corn snakes are quite the escape artists.

A good thing about this area, although the locals will destroy that soon enough, is the bat population. They sit on the sand on the beach and when you walk up they fly away.

Oh, and the jelly fish are fabulous too! Especially the ones that phosporesce.

 
At 11:10 PM , Blogger Appleblossombeck said...

Last summer a guy was sunning his two snakes in the park, and I ran up and petted them before I even thought twice, which was dumb because, you know, they *bite*. But they and he were nice, so it was ok, and it was the first time since I was in elementary school that I'd touched a snake. A couple summers ago my sister caught a black widow and named it George and kept her around for awhile. I like the shirt design too, and I think a glittery silvery type of effect would be extra nice. Can't wait to see the other designs!

 
At 11:48 PM , Blogger mistress mousey said...

If you have trouble finding a distributor for baby dolls that fit both the toothpicks and those of us with actual figures to flaunt, let me know. That was one of the big deals of Fiddler's Green merchandising, and aside from our not ordering enough for our demand, our business with our supplier was awesome!

 
At 1:40 AM , Blogger Malena Medium Cool said...

Yes Mousey. Let us know all your t-shirt secrets.

Vanda_ I'm on the rhinestone path right along with you!

AND silver glittery stuff too! YEAH!

We can have a regular LaM shirt and a deluxe model.

G-strings are a must too, but we want to find a company with sizes large enough to fit everybody's bum!

Let paris hilton keep her dental floss...........

 
At 2:09 PM , Blogger ariandalen said...

T-shirt is pretty.

Spiders don't bother me, though I do get tired of them in the house. We do not keep them there, especially the black widows and brown recluses. Snakes, on the other hand, I _do_ _not_ like. We have to be careful of them as we have rattlesnakes and copperheads, as well as various non-venomous types. My daughters will not have snakes for pets.

On better news, I heard a hawk again today flying over my house. I haven't seen it yet, but my husband has, though we haven't identified what type of hawk yet.

 
At 8:12 PM , Blogger vandaluna said...

Hey! Speaking of spiders! We captured a 3" wolf spider in the house tonight and set it free outside. It was gorgeous.

Last summer there was a female living on the raft in the pool with her babies on her back. Every time I'd try to "rescue" her she would find her way back to the raft. Very odd.

 
At 8:30 PM , Blogger Fabulous Lorraine said...

I am with you on hawks, love hawks we have lots here, eagles too.

I do like spiders and won't kill them, tho if I saw a fiddle on the back of one ( BROWN RECULSE ) it would most likely be dead.

We don't have much in the snake area. They tend to slither when they see us I suspect. Malena is NOT getting one , if I didn't mention that before...

 
At 8:32 PM , Blogger ivenotime said...

Holy cow! or should I say spider? I have never seen a wolf spider that big - 2 inches is the max round here A friend of ours almost lost his leg to a brown recluse bite - those are truly scary. Thankfully we don't have any poisonous snakes in the area, we have garters, blue racers, and hognoses. but thats enough. and they love my yard which makes mowing difficult. Yes Ms. Mousey, the FG shirts were great - fit well and very nice quality, they would make great LaM tees. WITH sparkles and jewels....

 
At 8:57 PM , Blogger Appleblossombeck said...

Hognoses are great, one time in the woods in NC I found one and accidentally startled him...he rolled over and stuck out his tongue to play dead just like the Snake Man said! It was brilliant. We used to have a red shouldered hawk living around here, but I think the crows mobbed him til he left :(

 
At 1:40 AM , Blogger K said...

I have never seen a snake in the wild. The last time I handled one, I was accused of deliberately dropping it on the floor (I didn't! It got away from me! Maybe it was tired of being handled).

Spiders, though, I'm rather fond of though we don't have many big ones round here. I do put them out of the house because I don't want to step on them by accident.

G-strings look like pants of evil! Not that I've ever tried one on, but they look hellaciously uncomfortable...

 
At 7:12 AM , Blogger ravyn said...

i've seen a snake climb a tree, back when i was a teenager doing volunteer work for the local nature center. It was one of the coolest things i've ever seen.

Spiders.... ladies, i had a talk with the Balticon Dealer Room guy, who raises tarantulas, way cool :-D

Spiders usually don't bother me. Except for the 3" diameter one i found under my pillow one summer night going to bed. It was the only time that i freaked out enough to tell my husband, i can't sleep until i know it's DEAD! Sorry but no no no!

 
At 12:29 PM , Blogger mistress mousey said...

Was going to email you with info, but since the folks at this company were nice and deserve the business, I'm posting it here:

Odd Bodkins Specialty Promotions
(856) 308-3876

They are small and very friendly and well connected to give you good prices on small quantities or large.

No clue if they'll be perfect for your needs, but I liked them. :)

 
At 3:03 PM , Blogger Sherry L.M. Merriam said...

I would *totally* buy a t-shirt of that design. Much as I wish I had a baby-doll body, please don't skip the larger sizes!

 
At 4:51 PM , Blogger Malena Medium Cool said...

No problem. We will have all sizes. We can also make them to order thanks to www.darrelbowen.com

 
At 5:32 PM , Blogger vandaluna said...

Snakes?
When I lived in Maryland I was walking through my garden in the spring looking at the wild flowers. We hadn't cut the grass for the first time that spring. As I was walking I thought my legs were tangled up in a tree branch and i was trying to get free of it. When I looked down, however, an Eastern King Snake was repeatedly lurching at my leg. The huzbin netted it. It was between 8 and 12 feet long. He set it loose near the creek further out in the woods.

I've always considered myself charmed being one of the few people I know who has been snake bit. :-)

 
At 4:01 PM , Blogger Sherry L.M. Merriam said...

BTW, when this post loads on the LiveJournal feed, the image of the snakes didn't load for me.

So, for a moment, the title "Two Headed She-Beast" seemed to refer to the two heads in the t-shirt design.

She-Beast, indeed. ;-)

 

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