Saturday, March 03, 2007

Whiny

I'm seriously bored. I'm in a yacht/chateau buying mood. Actually, I'd prefer it if someone bought me a yacht/chateau. Or even a fucking Hermes scarf.

Will you be my sugar daddy? Or sugar mommy, if that's your thing?

25 comments:

Sriram said...

I'd have thought a Tux or a new Aston Martin would be on the list, being Bond girl and all.. but a yatch? meh.

APOO said...

Those 1:25 to scale models work fine for ya?

Nath said...

Yacht/chateaux are awesome. I assume you are talking about chateaux that transform into yachts, for floods and so forth? Presumably with 'Transformers' noises?

Personally, I'd like a house that can transform into a giant killer robot. A giant killer robot that can fly. (That's the best kind of giant killer robot.)

Drunken Master said...

Why not knock off some rich old fart and just move in as if you were his long-lost daughter? Then you could inherit the scarves, buy whoever you want and live the good life.

That Armchair Philosopher said...

You know how some people make pacts about getting married to someone if they fail to find the perfect person?

Well, I have a permanent sugah-momma to take care of me. Best. Feeling. Ever.

You should try it. Of course, sugah-daddy's are a pain, if you look at pore ol' Anna Nicole

jerry said...

:) Sure, but will people die in the process?

TS said...

Don't know about the chateau/yacht but a friend's leaving for NY in a couple of weeks (got a job in marketing at Hermes).

Chalega?

Renovatio said...

I think the first step to being truly pretentious is to know how to pronounce the silent 'x' in chateau...
The next couple involved looking down your nose and england, as far as I remember...

nevermind said...

I'm frighteningly bored too, Raindrop. But what I want is a new profession. And a medium sized sailboat. And enough money to buy the Lady Christian Louboutins every now and then. And Ferragmo scarves and Cavalli jeans and and. Don't think I can deal with a chateau, tho'. A farmhouse in Tuscany will do just fine. And oh, while we're at it, I want a vineyard that grows decent Pinot Noir. Which means the vineyard and farmhouse has to be in different places. So, now I need a small plane. Complications, complications.

Your li'l post, strangely, has hit very close to home, as you can see;) Btw, on a very stereotyped note, those feet are very nice, whoever they belong to. Was contemplating quitting medicine altogether, and your post has pushed me over the edge. Bad Raindrop.

Urban Bourbon Ninja said...

I have an irritating black pomeranian at home. Will that do instead?

Renovatio said...

Ack, poms... I love dogs, I really do, but for some reason, I always have pom boiler daydreams when I see one... or else something involving a run up and a grand kick... Maybe a few rounds of skeet shot on the flying pom... Okay I'll stop

Raindrop said...

Sriram, a yacht's worth more than a Tux or an Aston Martin. Cold numbers.

apoo, 1:25's fine by me. Remember, we're talking about a 50,000 square foot chateau here.


Nath, that reminded me of Chitty Chitty Bang Bang. Now I want to see it again.

DM, do you know any? Could you forward their mailing addresses if you do?

TAP, I'm so jealous! Does your sugar momma have any sugar momma friends? I'll swing any way they want me to.

Raindrop said...

Jerry, um, if they do die, it'll be in their best interests. I believe euthanasia should be legalized.

TS, more details about your friend, please. Find out if he owns/can afford to buy a chateau.

renovatio, are you implying that all French people are pretentious? On behalf of all French people, 'ow dare you, sir!

Nevermind, awww. Don't docs make loads of money though? Is it too late to switch to celebrity surgery?

A farmhouse in Tuscany would be lovely. And what's wrong with Chianti, you big snob? One of my real goals in life is to buy a villa with an olive plantation in sunny Corfu. Nights will be spent sipping Ouzo under the stars, with the cool Ionian breeze blowing in my face, Zorba's dance playing in a nearby tavern. Obviously, my kalokagathos isn't very far away..

The feet are mine, and thank you!:)

Ninja Turtle, I LOVE dogs, but small dogs like poms are more cats than dogs. :P

Renovatio, I know exactly what you mean.

the wannabe indian punkster said...

Considering your present mood, I suggest you join pocket change. That site is built for sugar daddies. Who knows, you might nab a sugar daddy. Or two. Or three.

Heh.

Renovatio said...

Hey, I said England :p

Renovatio said...

Oh, and whenever I'm in a yacht buying mood, I think of a less mainstream hobby... olive groves and vineyards have been done to death... but truffles, now there's something...

tetracyclops said...

hi, came to ur blog through mahima's and read quite a few of urs earlier, but commenting for 1st time.

the feeling that u have right now is quite normal. sometimes in the middle of the day, i wish i cud be a house husband with a wife who is super rich and lets me stay at home, watch tv or better still, just sleep!

Anonymous said...

the red background was tolerable before i got my gorgeous apple cinema display. change it beforei abandon your blog.

Raindrop said...

Punkster, I'd like to squeeze all the sugar out of my sugar daddy, if you know what I mean. I AM a mercenary, remember? But a mercenary with a heart, I'll donate 5% of all my ill-gotten Pocket Change gains to charity.

Renovatio, olive groves and vineyards are more visually satisfying. Pigs are used to hunt truffles, and I turn my snout up at that.

Tetracyclops, I know you don't want to hear this, but no woman wants a house husband. It's true.

Anonymous, shut up, little whiny girl.

Raindrop said...

And you other whiny little girls, understand that whining about little things like a bright colored template can disqualify you from Bond School.

Raindrop said...

Argh, fine. I'll change it a little.
When I have the time.

Drunken Master said...

Craigs List!!!

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