This peach has a confession: I love eating myself out. There's something highly erotic about placing your tongue on a velvet, smooth, and slightly hairy piece of skin. I'm sure for the peach, my scruff as displayed here in EXHIBIT A (that would be the inserted picture shown here) provides an extra special sensation.
See what happens when you don't have a life? You start making love to the produce section of your local grocery store. Truth is, I've been busy helping with the family's new business venture, worrying about my ailing grandparents, and dealing with other issues that are simply too complicated to list here. I don't know what Madonna is talking about, "time does not go by...so slowly."
Speaking of Madonna...though her Confessions On A Dance Floor wasn't released in time to be nominated, I am ecstatic to report that after a five year hiatus from the Grammy's my queen will make what is sure to be a fierce entrance during the 48th Annual Grammy's telecast on February 8. That's a Wednesday for those of you who are looking for your calendars or would like to program it into your Blackberry. While her rep Liz Rosenberg remains "mum" on what song Madonna will be performing, she did mention that Madonna will join Grammy nominated group, Gorrillaz, in what is to be another "Madonna showstopper!" Since her new single from the highly successful Confessions On A Dance Floor is due out next week, I wouldn't be surprised if we were treated to a fabulous performance of "Sorry." For those bitches who dispute Madonna's staying power, or for those Straight-Acting-Shirtless-MYSPACE-Closeted-Homosexuals who can't admit they actually enjoy Madonna...the fierce remixes by the Pet Shop Boys and Paul Oakenfold will make you "Sorry" you ever doubted her! The video which is being directed by Jamie King, will be equally impressive. It has been reported that this is the sequel to the "Hung Up" video and features our Madgesty in a white leotard, clad in diamonds while inside a cage engaging in a dance off with a dancer in another cage. Jamie is responsible for her Human Nature and Don't Tell Me videos, as well as two successful tours, 2001's Drowned World and Re-Invention in 2004.
I'm sorry, did I tell you that I'm a Madonna fan?
Hmm...didn't think you'd notice.