A Bit Of Totty For Dotty

 

I’ve spent all day learning how to do pictures so I can look at Ian until the time comes when I have him in my American Actors That I Fancy collection.

phwoaarrr!

Where's your napkin, Ian? You've still got your dinner on your face.

Isn't he lovely?

Get up off my astroturf, Ian! You'll ruin your lovely white t-shirt.

Lovely, lovely, lovely.

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  1. Dear Dotty,
    You’re rubbish at pictures. They’re all over the place. You should stick to what you know, don’t dabble in things you’re crap at when you have no idea what you’re doing.
    Love Dotty xxx

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  2. well he’s not Goran Visjnecicsghas’f ic is he but maybe you’re younger than me. Who does your sister Lottie favour, out of interest as I don’t have anything else to do at the moment. Also, I hope you’ll write the story of your father and his bricks sometime?

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    • Dear Jennifer,
      No no no. Ian is better than ANYONE older, younger, or gone before. Goran is passable and I wouldn’t slap him off me, but he’s not in Ian’s category, he doesn’t come close. I don’t know who Lottie fancies and I don’t care. Her husband Wayne is older than her and he’s a bit of a plank so she might have a thing for Edwood Woodwood, who knows?
      Love Dotty xxx
      P.S. It’s too painful for me to write about my dear dead Daddy so soon after his passing. What else do you want from me? Blood?

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  3. Dear Dotty,
    Ian is a good looking lad, I have to admit, but a) he’s not Goran and b)he’s probably about my son’s age which is sick, quite frankly! Women who lust after young men should be shot in my opinion…or not.
    And c) Goran’s appeal is incomparably unavoidable, overwhelmingly omnipotent (and well you know it).
    What are Lottie’s kiddies called btw? If you provided this information I wouldn’t have to waste time asking inconsequential questions which I’m trying not to do anymore. Also now I’ve used up todays alphabet allowance. o well…
    formal regards,
    Jennifer

    P.S. I’m so sorry! (have you seen Alien4?). I won’t say any more, I don’t want to open wounds fresh or festering.

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    • Dear Jennifer,
      My Ian will be 33 years old this year which makes him eligible for drooling over by women of any age. Lottie’s girls are called THE BERSERKERS. No, I have not seen Alien 4 nor do I wish to as I believe my Ian does not appear in it.
      Now I have a question for you. Who are you spying for? Is it the Mental Police?
      Love Dotty xxx

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  4. Dear Dotty, I haven’t seen Vampire Diaries, but Ian played Piper’s younger son, Chris, in Charmed, and he certainly caught my eye then. Perhaps what you need is some additional iron-levels in your blood, in case Ian wants to NECK a while. No I;m going to have to watch a network show, which I swore I’d not do again. But thanks! Love, Judith 9-)

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  5. kzackuslheureux

     /  March 11, 2012

    You’re adorable. I moved to Canada almost in 2008, and haven’t found one real good friend… Then I met my young (83 next month), tall (5’3…maybe?), single (widowed eight years ago), and witty (well he’s an Englishman), neighbor (he does live right behind me, we share a fence line). He has been my best friend, and the only bearable part of my miserable life in Edmonton, ALberta…. besides my hot as fire Cannuck husband, but that’s besides the point. I would love to follow your blog if you promise to teach me the proper way to be a hermit. And I’m not talking about the erotic hermit my prince charming found when I wrote those letters to my husband to torture him with my absence. Well, actually, that would be just fine too, just one thing… how do you get these kids to leave me alone and stop calling me “mom?”
    Best Regards for Being so darn Adorable.

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    • Dear kzackuslheureux.
      Hello and welcome. May I call you ‘Alphabet’ because if I spell your name wrong certain people will moan about my spelling. Okay, do you think I’m Canadian? Because I’m not, I’m British. I have nothing against Canadians (except maybe the one who smugly points out my double-spacing errors), I think they cope admirably with the snow and I do like their big flappy mouths which make me laugh, but I’m not one of them.
      Love Dotty xxx
      P.S. To stop kids from calling you ‘mom’, tell them to call you ‘mother’ instead, or better still, ‘mum’.

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  6. kzackuslheureux

     /  March 11, 2012

    P.S. It’s only an “almost” move, because I left my soul somewhere in the mountains back home where I came from.

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    • Dear Alphabet,
      So you don’t live in an igloo in Canada?
      Love Dotty xxx

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      • kzackuslheureux

         /  March 11, 2012

        You may call me Alphabet all you want, or you may call me Kreta too, but I rather like Alphabet, it gives me one more nickname to add to my collection. (And it is sooo much better than “ConCrete!”)
        I am sorry if my introduction was confusing, but that was all it was meant to be, a quick, but nonconventional introduction. How could anyone miss you being British?
        Although I do complain like I live in an igloo, I live in a four-sided house that hosts no windows on the western wall, thus I mourn most sunsets like a friend from my youth who might have tragically died…. It’s a Sunday, I’m feeling melodramatic and sarcastic all together at once — to ready myself for Monday of course.
        I’m looking forward to reading more of your work. And truly enough, I have tried my sons out with “mum,” but the cultural hegemony of the States insisted upon plain old “Mom.” (They are the treasure of my existence just the same!)
        Best Regards, Alphabet

      • Dear Alphabet,
        You’re a genius! I just wrote a post about Sundays being boring but from now on I’m going to do what you do and practice my melodrama and sarcasm techniques to see me through the rest of the week – a wonderful idea, but I’ll have to save it for next week because in half an hour it won’t be Sunday any more, it’ll be Monday. Thank you. :-)
        Love Dotty xxx

  7. So beautiful! I almost fainted and felt weak in the knees LOL.

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  8. I saw you started following my blog (still thrilling to think anyone outside my family reads my ramblings). So anyhow, I had to check out your blog too, of course. Blogging courtesy, I believe they call it. It’s going to take some time to get through the layers so I decide to dive into the totty section. I’m American but am sorry to say I’m not familiar with your pin-up fellow. Am I correct in understanding he’s a vampire? He looks lovely but I prefer my vampires dark and Irish (Aidan Turner). The rest of my taste is all over the place in terms of age, conventional attractiveness and marital status…it doesn’t really matter because I’m married myself…but they usually hail from one of the UK countries. I’d start a shrine page of my own, but I think it’d make my hubby feel a little unappreciated. Anyhow, looking forward to learning more about hermit-age (?) and the world of Dotty.

    Ta-ra
    Carmen

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    • Dear Carmen,

      Hello. :-)

      Yes, he’s a vampire, the loveliest vampire in the world even though I agree, Aidan Turner is lovely too (I cried when George killed him). The ugliest vampire in the world is Pobert Rattinson.

      Love Dotty xxx

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