Miss Lumpy’s Valentine’s Compendium Part Un!

January 28, 2009 at 2:25 pm | Posted in Uncategorized | 2 Comments
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From oldlouisvilleguide.com

From oldlouisvilleguide.com

Ahh, St. Valentine’s Day! A day awaited with anticipation by all ages, this holiday means different things to different people: Children see it as a day to give cardboard-cutouts of pre-packaged cards with witty sayings and cartoons to their classmates, while awaiting the huge heart-shaped boxes of chocolate from their parents; middle and high schoolers use the holiday as either an excuse to take their girlfriends to a secluded parking lot for some serious neckage or as an excuse to be angry about something else – love shouldn’t be commercial, you’re corrupting it and shoving it in my face that I’m single!!; adults will either spend the days leading up to it picking out lingerie and making reservations to restaurants they’d never consider affording during the rest of the year, or pigging out on 75% OFF boxes of chocolates. A lolita has a differing opinion: Hearts everywhere!! Everything is pink!! People are cooing and boys are buying brand!! What’s not to love?

Personally, I adore Valentine’s Day, and no matter my attempts during middle school, I could never quite go mainstream and hate it completely – thusly, I am very excited to announce Miss Lumpy’s Valentine’s Compendium!! I plan on adressing the art of making Valentines, Valentine’s party tips, ways to love yourself this year, and, of course, a bit on seduction and lolita.

I’ll post my first one in a few days so you can all be ready for your galas and dancing (read: parties involving pink soda and, hopefully, Moulin Rouge, at least in my case). Look out for it!

P.S.: thanks for 400+ hits!! I love you guys!!

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  1. lolitas and seduction? oh, scandalous!

    • People have a totally skewed idea of the subject, so I decided this would be as good a time as any to discuss it!


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