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Outside the Tea Time Portal Lounge (7-8PM Bronze) . . . is THE TERRACE
Posted by: ThePowersThatTea - Apr 18, 2002, 7:00 PM

THE TERRACE

A SIGN READS: NO VERSE / FREE BEER

James Marsters has his shirt off and says he's looking for Pleasant_Guest . . .
You're here . . . the Pacific Ocean's right there . . . you make up the rest.


TIPREF_25TR


you speak



Responses


Okay I'm right behind you!
Posted by: glow - Apr 18, 2002, 9:34 PM 1 of 33

:o)


The slave bracelets
Posted by: glow - Apr 18, 2002, 9:33 PM 2 of 33

That's a tough call. It would go against his character, but if he did allow her to remove them permanently it would be a sign of his respect and love for her. Doesn't he respect her though, I mean in Denial a lot of the characters thought that Rama was below them in station, when in fact she was above them all. Angelus recognized this and wanted to throw it in their faces. Isn't that a sign of his respect for her or is he just acknowledging her importance?


glow, dee has started a new thread topside
Posted by: Pleasant Guest - Apr 18, 2002, 9:29 PM 3 of 33

see ya there!!!

HUG ; )



glow, I'm preparing the prolorgue for "Remission"
Posted by: Pleasant Guest - Apr 18, 2002, 9:26 PM 4 of 33

Ligeia is taking Rama (15-year-old, shortly after Angelus has brought her into his household) to the dressmakers and milliners and corsetieres.

Angelus is advising her to have Rama's gloves made special--to fit over the infamous bracelets.

Do you think he should ever take them off? I think about it but that would probably be very untrue to his character...



Plzspike
Posted by: glow - Apr 18, 2002, 9:24 PM 5 of 33

Nope, I don't think he does. Nor do I think he actually understands the character.


Oh, okay!!!
Posted by: Pleasant Guest - Apr 18, 2002, 9:13 PM 6 of 33

That makes more sense

I think plzkillspike must not like Spike too much, huh?



Pleasant_Guest
Posted by: glow - Apr 18, 2002, 9:05 PM 7 of 33

Awwww that's so cute! You guys are awesome. Thank you so much!

Playing hooky is fun, n'est pas? I didn't get much done today either. I had wanted to do my taxes today, but it is so beautiful outside that instead I took my dog for a walk and hung out in the backyard for a while. Then it was tea time, which I always want to participate in. Then I found one of my favourite scoobies here, so I can't leave now. :o)

Re 3 jobs: Well I might because my new job is for only 28 days of teaching: I teach 5 days the first week, 4 days the 2nd week and then twice a week after that for a while and then once a week after that. The program is 7 months long, so I'll need to keep my sub job for sure to make a living. However, since sub work isn't regular, I'll probably keep the retail job too, but I'll take some time off from the retail job when I start my new job. Does that make sense?



I'll go check my email!
Posted by: glow - Apr 18, 2002, 8:59 PM 8 of 33

:o)


Pleasant feels sheepish---- BAAAAA!!!!!
Posted by: Pleasant Guest - Apr 18, 2002, 8:58 PM 9 of 33

I sent your card to the wrong addy, glow, I just re-sent it...


Pretty quiet, I played hooky today...
Posted by: Pleasant Guest - Apr 18, 2002, 8:51 PM 10 of 33

Didn't do much of anything really...

I sent you a hallmark greeting and I guess something went wrong, but I got confirmation that it was sent...

Anyway, muy congratulations on the new job, but--are you really considering doing all three?



How was your day?
Posted by: glow - Apr 18, 2002, 8:48 PM 11 of 33

:o)


Yes I'm here!!!
Posted by: Pleasant Guest - Apr 18, 2002, 8:47 PM 12 of 33

I had to restart the computer it was misbehaving...


Egads!
Posted by: glow - Apr 18, 2002, 8:43 PM 13 of 33

I'm sorry I took so long. I was trying to find some good tids for that fool thomas to refer too, so he'd understand the Spike situation.

I hope you're still here Pleasant_Guest. :o)



okay I'll wait right here...
Posted by: Pleasant Guest - Apr 18, 2002, 8:33 PM 14 of 33

: )


Pleasant_Guest are you still here?
Posted by: glow - Apr 18, 2002, 8:28 PM 15 of 33

Sorry I took so long to respond, I was posting a very big response in the Tea Time Corkboard. I had to do it right away because I didn't want to forget anything.

I just checked my email and I'm sorry to say that I have not received an email from you and the Bard. :o(

I'll go check on that B/S shipper ashamed thread now. Be back in a jiffy! :o)



But... I'm a teetotaler...
Posted by: Pleasant Guest - Apr 18, 2002, 8:06 PM 16 of 33

I only came for Jim!!!


Good Lord . . .I've been looking everywhere for Pleasant_Guest . . . and here she's been all along
Posted by: goodtvguy - Apr 18, 2002, 8:05 PM 17 of 33


Oops . . . a see some bare chests other than Marsters.
(blush, closing eyes)
Just want to say ThePowersThatTea are very happy that
you're enjoying the beer.

Tea Time is over for today, but you're welcome to stay
as long as you like.

(blushing again)
Got an errand to run.

POOF



hmmm... check your e-mail...
Posted by: Pleasant Guest - Apr 18, 2002, 8:04 PM 18 of 33

you should have a card from the Bard and myself...

Can you believe this topic "B/S shippers should be ashamed?"

: )



No I didn't, but thank you!
Posted by: glow - Apr 18, 2002, 8:02 PM 19 of 33

:o) You scoobies are just so fantastic!


dear glow, did you get my congratulations?
Posted by: Pleasant Guest - Apr 18, 2002, 7:56 PM 20 of 33

big hug!!!!


Woops I meant "half dressed no less"
Posted by: glow - Apr 18, 2002, 7:45 PM 21 of 33

:o)


Pleasant laughs cheerfully...
Posted by: Pleasant Guest - Apr 18, 2002, 7:42 PM 22 of 33

It's not even my birthday!


Hello fellow conspirators
Posted by: glow - Apr 18, 2002, 7:29 PM 23 of 33

I see FP has left us a lovely treat to go with our beers. A vision of JM have dressed no less.


PG I've been topless this whole bloodbath
Posted by: prunehilda - Apr 18, 2002, 7:29 PM 24 of 33

As any celtic princess should be. the poem is almost ready.


Topless Jim Marsters? Goodness gracious!!!
Posted by: Pleasant Guest - Apr 18, 2002, 7:23 PM 25 of 33

I think I've gotten thirsty.


prunehilda...
Posted by: holywater - Apr 18, 2002, 7:22 PM 26 of 33

running the poetry gauntlet again - brave lady!


Adieu from the terrace.
Posted by: prunehilda - Apr 18, 2002, 7:22 PM 27 of 33

Where I can imagine
Stepping barefoot
On to sand still warm
From a sun slung low.
Clouds outlined on a blackening horizon.
Small waves roll across the flats
As a notion rolls across my mind.

I turn and shout
To no one in particular.
Why do I need iambic feet
When I have fairie wings.

Adieu, mes amis, adieu.
Je me souvien.



prunehilda...
Posted by: Pleasant Guest - Apr 18, 2002, 7:15 PM 28 of 33

when will the poem be ready?


*takes seat on JM's lap*
Posted by: holywater - Apr 18, 2002, 7:15 PM 29 of 33

Mmmm JM and free beer - now that's my sort of teatime <weg>


Another pleasant evening
Posted by: prunehilda - Apr 18, 2002, 7:14 PM 30 of 33

The Why

Ah, the terrace
Where voices can be heard equally.
No elitist rhetoric or poetry.



#2

But look at me, I can talk iambic.
That formal stuff comes from the terrace floor.
Enoughs, enough, communications sick!
As Buffy would, I kick down the lounge door.


(Please watch your step as you reenter the lounge. There are shards
of glass and splinters of wood everywhere.)



JM - shirtless!!
Posted by: holywater - Apr 18, 2002, 7:08 PM 31 of 33

Cuts in before Pleasant arrives......she's tied up with Angelus (he's out of control again).....


hi
Posted by: kahluabad - Apr 18, 2002, 7:08 PM 32 of 33

NEw to the bronze just saying hi Ihave had tea before though LOL


Popping in to say welcome to the TERRACE
Posted by: goodtvguy - Apr 18, 2002, 7:05 PM 33 of 33

I'm going to go look for Pleasant_Guest. <smile>



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