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Title: Random Slashy Moments In General...
Description: ones that wont fit in the other threads

serafina - April 23, 2004 05:22 PM (GMT)
Sorry if we already had a random slashy moments thread, there was one at the old forum maybe that's what I remember...
Anyway, I have a slashy thing that doesn't fit in the slashy tv and movie threads.
Saw CATS last night *happy dreamy smile* there was a guy kiss! weee! ok, it was all joky but it looked reaaal, like hard full on the lips last more than a second tee hee hee. I clapped, got stared at o_0 would have cheered too but then I rembered I'm supposed to be a shy person lol. So there was that, and all the guy nuzzling but thats to expected from CATS. *pervy grin* And then I could only look out for slashy bits between them for the rest of the show, I was distracted from everything else.

*breathes* okay I had to tell someone.

Feel free to use this for other random slashiness.

doeeyedgrim - April 23, 2004 11:54 PM (GMT)
The play I'm in has SO much slash in it...slashy overtones, anyway. The whole thing involves a crew of fairies (of which I am one) and the House of Lords. The lords, well...they're fops. They're HILARIOUS.
There was a scene yesterday...these two lords are supposedly engaged to a girl named Phylis, but in the scene she's crying her poor little eyes out and they're just paying attention to each other, and then in their song she keeps trying to get their attention but they push her aside :D
I love it!

lissiel - April 24, 2004 06:28 AM (GMT)
Last semester my school put on a play called Pan that my friend wrote, sorta a weird retelling of the peter pan story. Anyway, the idea is that the reason Hook is after pan is because he loves pan, used to be a lost boy but turned into a pirate when he despaired of pan ever loving him. And he's overtly sexual towards pan all through the play, and eventually captures wendy and tells pan that he'll give her back if pan will kiss him, and the two guys we had to play hook and pan were REALLY REALLY hot, and for closing night, although they're supposed to

lissiel - April 24, 2004 06:31 AM (GMT)
sorry, my comp is stupid.
anyway, although they were supposed to just kiss normally, on closing night, hook grabbed pan and pulled him flush against his body, put a hand behind his head, and kissed him for like, four straight minutes. When he finally let go, the guy who played pan just sorta stood there for a minute looking shellshocked, dazedly touched his lips, blinked, and then went on with his lines. it was classic.

Tant - April 24, 2004 01:49 PM (GMT)
Saw CATS last night *happy dreamy smile* there was a guy kiss!

Really, which characters?? Tell me, tell me, tell me!!! (I like CATS, can you tell? :biglove:)

serafina - April 24, 2004 03:43 PM (GMT)
QUOTE (Tant @ Apr 24 2004, 01:49 PM)
Saw CATS last night *happy dreamy smile* there was a guy kiss!

Really, which characters?? Tell me, tell me, tell me!!! (I like CATS, can you tell? :biglove:)

Right where Mistoffoles (sorry for my spelling) says "The Rum Tum Tugger is a terrible bore" Tugger just grabbed him and kissed him hard :yummy: and then there was a lot of squeeing and clapping from a very loud girl in the circle, oh wait that was me...*grin* And there were many touches and looks between them for the entire thing unless it's just my imagination telling me what I want to remember

lissiel, I want to see that play so badly *imagines her college putting on a play like that* MAKE YOUR FRIEND PUBLISH (?) IT (or whatever one does with plays to make them available to me lol)

Tant - April 24, 2004 05:05 PM (GMT)
Yay! :smitten: Maybe they'll do it again when I see CATS this summer. My family would throw a fit, but I'd be happy. :D

Dinen Glamor - April 24, 2004 09:17 PM (GMT)
@ Lissiel: OMG that sounds like the best play!

*sighs* *wishes was in co-ed school*. There's quite a lot of femslash type things around the school...none of them initiated by me, of course :rolleyes: .

lissiel - April 24, 2004 11:52 PM (GMT)
I'll see what I can do about getting my hands on a copy of the script- it was pretty amusing in other ways as well, I wouldn't mind reading it over again myself.
Also, this semester, we have two guys who aren't gay but do that thing where they pretend they are, in my social group, yeah? And we're going to be putting on a production of the mystery of edwin drood by dickenson, and they're gonna be playing the two main male leads, and I don't know if the director will let them do it on stage, but I was watching them run lines the other day and... wow. For those of you who have no idea what I'm talking about, it's a psycho evil opium-addict uncle and his naive, devoted, innocent and upright nephew, and those two... damn. The looks they would give eachother- Eric (the uncle) would look away, and john(the nephew) would give him this utterly adoring, longing look, and then they'd meet eyes, and john would look away, sorta shyly, and eric would watch him like a starving man watching someone lay out a well-cooked steak for him. <deep breath> damn I love the drama scene around here.

what kinda femslash do you get, dinen?

Dinen Glamor - April 25, 2004 09:02 PM (GMT)
*does not believe you get to do such cool plays*

FEmslashy stuff? Ah, it's rather tame...people quite homophobic, so take it too far and they freak. BUt there are a few girls I flirt with all the time (yeah...I wonder if they would if they knew I might be bi?) and me and my friend have the dodgiest minds so we turn everything into...well, slash. I mean, doesn't everyone here? And you go to parties and if you're good enough friends with the people there, you can pair up with someone (especially if someone you don't know is there) and pretend you're smitten kittens. He. Sounds crap written down. AH well. The exciting life of me.

Iirima - April 26, 2004 01:03 AM (GMT)
Bah, other peoples schools sound so much more interesting than mine.

But, oh, I am so very bad *shakes head* A friend of mine has two younger siblings, about 10 and 8. And one day her little brother mentions that they are havind a fancy dress party at school, and he wants to go as legolas, and then his friend who was there suddenly says he wants to go as Aragorn. So I just sit there for a minutet, then say " long have you two been....'friends'" at which point I was dragged (literally) from the room by my freind, knowing perfectly well how my mind works.

And then. Today I was round at her's and I have a feeling that her sister has been listning into our conversations, as she goes up to the brother and says, Orlando and John-Rhys Davies are going out, he then yells that Legolas and Gimli are not gay together. She then hurries off to tell the same fact to her mother.

I think I've screwed up the whole family, the two older ones read slash...the two younger ones are aware of it....heh heh heh....

Tant - April 26, 2004 03:50 AM (GMT)
The brother had about the same reaction my brother did when I told him Ian McKellan was gay. The sister and I are so mean to our brothers.

BlueGold - May 9, 2004 07:25 PM (GMT)
something very strange I noticed just now. Slashy letters.

When I press rewind on my vcr/dvd hybrid it says RPS and fast forward is FPS. Now tell me what those letters have to do with rewinding and fastforwarding? :bunny: yes I'm mad its ok I've known for some years.

Beckyboo - May 9, 2004 07:35 PM (GMT)
Lol, slash mind control!!

GlamorC - May 10, 2004 03:56 PM (GMT)
I recently read a comic album by Petri Hiltunen (google him up!). It was a part of Praedor, a fantasy world he's created. One of the Praedor - albums contained several short stories. One of them was about a barbarian who meets a young poet. While the story was M/M, it might not have been _slash_ to be exact... but who wants to be exact anyway.

I don't know if any of Hiltunen's works are translated into ie. English...

The point of this reply was to declare that Petri Hiltunen is a genius.

Dinen Glamor - May 11, 2004 08:53 PM (GMT)
Picked up random book my friend was reading - something by Emily Rodda(?) - anyway, started reading it out aloud (to the annoyance of my friends) and it's amazing how slashy random sentences in books can sound! Found several other books and spent lunch putting on suitably slashy voices and saying them. Eventually got the point when things like "and then he climbed the mountain" were hilariously dodgy...even my non-slashy friends (ie ALL OF THEM except one where having fun.

doeeyedgrim - May 17, 2004 04:16 AM (GMT)
This isn't exactly slashy...but with my friends, everything is at least semi-slashy. My friend wears a ring on a chain around her neck, and last week I stole it and started running away. She chased me across the lawn and tackled me, and I started hollering,
"No, Boromir, no! Get off me! I LOVE SAM!"
She's a slash fan too so of course she started cracking up. :D

Aeneus - June 19, 2004 12:42 PM (GMT)
OMG, did anyone see Jason and Dan getting frisky in BB?
Quote from the channel 4 website:

After Vanessa spurned Jay's advances, she lay in bed affectionately stroking Shell's arm, much to the Jungle Cat's chagrin. So Jay pinned admirer Daniel to his bed instead.
And the hairdresser wasn't about to put up a fight, saying "That's the best thing that's happened to me all day".

Look here

(btw, does the USA even have Big Brother??)

Elf Molester - June 24, 2004 12:21 PM (GMT)
So Jay pinned admirer Daniel to his bed instead.

Yeah, tell me about it. I've got the live feed on in my house all day everyday with the exception of the England football matches and the Tim Henman games at Wimbledon. :wall:

I was walking into the bank yesterday and a bloke who appeared to be Eomer in a fleece and builder boots held the door open for me. I was quite literally, a gog in my own country. I must have looked like such a prat. No change there then.....

tigerlily_grubb - July 1, 2004 07:30 PM (GMT)
QUOTE (doeeyedgrim @ May 17 2004, 12:16 AM)
This isn't exactly slashy...but with my friends, everything is at least semi-slashy. My friend wears a ring on a chain around her neck, and last week I stole it and started running away. She chased me across the lawn and tackled me, and I started hollering,
"No, Boromir, no! Get off me! I LOVE SAM!"
She's a slash fan too so of course she started cracking up. :D

That is SO BRILLIANT... I do that kind of thing all the time, it's where I get my amusement.

Unfortunately, no one around me likes slash, except for one of my friends, and half of the people probably wouldn't get the LotR reference.

Gaia - November 8, 2004 08:16 PM (GMT)
Slash, slash, slash everywhere...
My sister showed me a book she'd ordered, because she liked the picture of the man on the cover. When I saw it I burst out laughing - I had seen this guy in a Fingon/Maedhros manip somewhere on the net. :lol:

Dinen Glamor - November 8, 2004 08:46 PM (GMT)
Oh, that is funn-y!

Dinen Glamor - December 4, 2004 12:45 PM (GMT)
Went to the theatre last night on a drama trip. When we were coming back, there was a bit of traffic in central london and we were at a standstill. Right in front of a gay bar. I didn't realise this at first because there was only one obvious couple and one of them looked really feminine. But then they saw us watching them (ha, voyeurs, us) and half of them started making our. Not too nasty, I must say! Although everybody else in the coach was like, ewwww. Not me, though :D . Then the masculine part of said couple started, ahem, humping the feminine one's backside. :doggystyle:

Enja Vayne - December 5, 2004 07:02 AM (GMT)
When my friend, Alicia and I saw The Prisoner of Azkaban at the movies, she sqeualed out loud at the part where Remus Lupin and Sirius Black hugged eachother. She then preceeded to cackle out loud.

Lissiel, why can't more school plays be like yours lol.

Dinen Glamor - December 10, 2004 08:58 PM (GMT)
Panto line. Yes, this ain't that funny, but it was the best part of that dire performance...

FAIRY: So go on! Kiss her!
PRINCE: mumblemumbleneverkissedmumble
FAIRY: What? You've never kissed anyone before?
PRINCE: No, I said I'd never kissed a girl before!


OK, so that just starts getting weird. That would be school panto. Go to an all girl school. So all characters are girls. So am slashing a girl dressed up as a boy. Or something. :blink:

PinkPanther - February 18, 2005 03:21 AM (GMT)
So am slashing a girl dressed up as a boy. Or something.  :blink:

:lol: :lol:

Wow. Why can't we ever do productions like that at my school? :rolleyes:
Anyway, I was in Physics the other day when we started talking about forces that act on objects. And the objects in question were bowling balls being picked up. Now, keep in mind that I'd been drinking Bawls earlier, but I was hard-pressed to keep a straight face.

"So, what forces are acting on these balls?"
"How much force does the hand have to exert on the ball to lift it?"

I'm so immature, I know... :blush:

Forest Spirit - February 18, 2005 03:37 AM (GMT)
This isn't really slashy, but just sorta smutty.

We had a substitute teacher in Choir today, and he was having us do some really weird warm-ups, including one called a "vocalized yawn". Most people were just making the general yawning sound, but one guy did a full out lusty moan/scream, and his friend was like, "The teacher said yawn, not ORGASM!". He yelled it, too. :laugh:

Oh, Pink Panther, on that Bawls energy drink- Amanda's guy friend sits with us at lunch now, and we love to squick him out (which is really easy), and today he said he was tried, and I was like, "Ryan, do you need some Bawls?" 'Nuff said.

You're writing a story like that with Frankie? Awesome! Is it slash? I'd so write smut if I could write (ha!).

PinkPanther - February 18, 2005 03:43 AM (GMT)
Hate to disappoint, but it's neither smut nor slash, just us having fun. :P Course, my character did end up pantless and cuffed to the bed... I'll let you read it when I get it back- Frankie writes the funniest chapters! ^_^

I'd really like to meet the person responsible for naming a drink "Bawls"- I'd buy them lunch. :wine: That, and the owner of those "Naked" smoothies.

"Hi, I'd like to get some Naked so I can suck on my Bawls." So, so wrong. Gotta love it.

Dinen Glamor - March 7, 2005 09:33 PM (GMT)
Oh, I have one!

I was on the bus back from aerobics and out of the window, I saw a girl who had a bag which I THINK said "I love slash more than you" on it. I turned round really quickly to try to get a better look but the bus moved on :wall:

Gondor's Pants - April 13, 2005 11:14 PM (GMT)
The slashiest thing just happened in my Trigonometry class... :blink: .

We were trying to get he (male) teacher off topic again, and one rather witty girl brought up a benefit concert for peace that's coming up soon. Somehow gay marriage came into the politics of peace, and the teacher explained he didn't care if two men married and what not, since he's already married, to a woman no less.

BUT then in after thought, he said "Oh, but you know if I married a man, I would totally marry a huge, buff guy. Oh Yeah..." Those words. What makes it even more strange is that he is a republican. :lol:

doeeyedgrim - June 7, 2005 11:25 PM (GMT)
I know this is bumping an old thread, but I just have to add this one.
Okay, so today was my last real day of bio -- the only classes left are finals. There are two guys named Trevor in my class, and they're both these buff jock guys who are pretty darn cute.
Anyway, Trevor 1 was talking to Trevor 2, and they were kind of play-fighting...and all of a sudden Trevor 2 leans in and acts like he's going to bite Trevor 1's nose or something. Then he gave him that 'elevator eyes' look (basically checking him out -- or maybe I imagined that part).
It seemed totally routine for them...I can't believe I'd never noticed how inadvertently slashy they are before. :blush:

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