The Boost Mobile giantess commercial

...does not exist. I wish it did. Tonight I was out where there was a TV, and when this commercial came on, for a tiniest moment I felt a flutter of hope in my heart that the large figure on the floor of a grocery store would be a giant woman. Instead a sad giant... Continue Reading →

The ABCs Game – Q is for Questions

When this out-of-the-ordinary giantess comes to town... ...Q is for Questions. People arrive in droves to her side, some to gawk, others to report, and soon the rapid-fire questions begin, from the unoriginal to the downright rude, or the insane: "Wow, how tall are you?" "Are you cruel, or gentle?" "What do you do to... Continue Reading →

Caged

A shrunken man kept in a birdcage, or maybe trapped there for a certain amount of time: As far as scenarios go, it's a usual dish in my mind's menu, but every once in a while I try to put myself in someone else's shoes, someone that might have no idea these thoughts exist, and... Continue Reading →

10 things I hate about them

The above trash is something I put together to illustrate my ten points. It's meant to look terrible, and it doesn't look much different from some of the things I've seen out there that try to pass for collages, but it's far better than the worst I've witnessed. Here's some itemized vitriol aimed at those... Continue Reading →

Flash and Moon

And I don't think you have to ask who's Flash and who's Moon. This is their story, also kind of a song. You know the one. Mmm mmm mmm mmm. Once there was this woman who grew very tall one day and couldn't fit inside her home anymore And when she finally came to terms... Continue Reading →

Giantess Turkey Revenge

Except it does. The above was my entry for a Giantess.com image contest titled "Holiday Giantess" that took place two years ago. Yes, of course I'm joking. But it is what I imagined back in 2006 is what happens when you give a turkey costume to a giantess that also happens to be an animal... Continue Reading →

The Copacetic Cricket-Crush Connection

One night a few years ago I went down the front steps of my house, a trash bag in hand, my purpose to deposit it in the large bin where it's collected every Wednesday morning. I was wearing sandals and walking along the sidewalk, only a few feet away from the bin. I placed the... Continue Reading →

Temptation (and more about eye contact in collages…)

One of the things I like the most about collages is eye contact between the little man and the tall woman in it. The easiest way to obtain it is to use source material that already includes a meeting glance between male and female elements. So that makes it the hardest thing to do. Sometimes... Continue Reading →

Election Day

A shrunken man can be and do anything. That's part of what makes having these size-related fantasies so much fun. Sometimes I like to imagine I'm as tall as a country is wide. If a giantess were a country and she had a serious splinter problem, I think the tiny man she would elect for... Continue Reading →

NaNoWriMo 2008

2005 was the first year I participated in the National Novel Writing Month, and I won. My prize was a bunch of pixels arranged in a way that showed I had written 50,000 words in a month. Twenty days, to be specific. In 2006 I tried again, and failed, reaching only... what was it? About... Continue Reading →

Closely Knit

It’s Saturday, so that means… RANDOM COLLAGE TIME! This collage was "almost done" for a long time, at least a year, and not because I don't love the subject matter. One of my favorite elements in collages is feet. Giantess feet because I can relate to them, picture mine in their place, especially when they... Continue Reading →

Good Halloween Treats

Now that Halloween is coming up, heathens everywhere are preparing to deploy sugary treats to suspecting children. Well, not all heathens. As we know, child molesters will be spared an extra trip to the store for those nifty little bags of mixed, individually wrapped candy. ANNAPOLIS — Sex offenders in Maryland have begun receiving paper... Continue Reading →

Bukowskiing

One day last year I was in a bad mood, and reading Charles Bukowski's poems. Both factors combined like baking soda and vinegar, producing this high-school science fair-like mental gurgitation. I'm reposting it now because I'm awake, this one being the third night in a row I wake up right after the middle of the... Continue Reading →

I'm whispering this so your ears won't explode

One of the things I enjoy about this here blog is the way I use it to channel my thoughts into lighter directions. I sit here and I would really like to type something enraged about the presidential campaign, and about religion, sexism, racism... and I probably will one day. Right now this is my... Continue Reading →

Plucker

Busy Tuesday. No time for talky. Enjoy collage of bitty shrunken man. Oh, and I was goofing off for a couple of minutes when I was supposed to be working with the Google AdWords keyword tool, and I found out this disappointing fact that I more or less knew: The Approximate Average Search Volume column... Continue Reading →

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