miss_s_b: Peter Falk as Columbo saying "just one more thing" (Fangirling: Columbo)
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So I was leafing through my internet reading list and there appeared a post from the blog of someone who I still kind of think of as a child, even though she'd probably find that incredibly insulting. Lets call her a teenager. Name redacted to protect the guilty. And there are pictures on there of a very naked man - someone famous that this person has a crush on, screencapped from a film in which he appears full-frontal naked. And my brain goes, in quick succession
  • "I wonder if her mother knows she's posting pictures like that?"

  • "OMG I can't believe I just thought that"

  • "I AM OLD"

  • A stream of reminiscences about the sort of thing I was up to at her age, which make pictures of naked men look VERY mild

  • "... Mind you she has very good taste in naked men..."

  • "..."

  • "... It's a shame I can't pin that to pinterest."

  • "..."

  • "... One day, SHE'S going to know how disturbing this train of thought was."

It's very weird when you catch yourself turning into your mother, especially when you've spent large parts of your life swearing you won't turn into your mother.

Date: Saturday, May 19th, 2012 11:51 pm (UTC)
missdiane: (Lounging around)
From: [personal profile] missdiane
Don't suppose it would give anything away to know who the nekkid celeb is?

Date: Sunday, May 20th, 2012 12:42 am (UTC)
missdiane: (Smiling woman with hat)
From: [personal profile] missdiane
I had to IMDB since I haven't watched Sherlock (though I feel like I should get caught up since it's so well liked) and I'll have to say - good taste indeed.

Date: Monday, May 21st, 2012 08:09 pm (UTC)
freddiefraggles: (ncis - ziva temptation)
From: [personal profile] freddiefraggles
We all turn into our mothers. It is an inevitability of every woman's life. It's making sure we take the best bits that's the tricky part.

My mother insisted, a few years back, that when she started to display similar characteristics to her mother that I was to tell her immediately. She's been on the verge a couple of times. Though, rather than being a, "ugh don't let me turn into my mum," this is quite important as Nana had Alzheimer's.

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