Ms. Dominique

Ms. Dominique
Ms. Dominique

Thursday, January 31, 2013

Ms. Dominique tweets for relationships & love

Spiritual Advice in the manner of Elizabeth Gilbert’s “Eat, Pray, Love

“Once the initial madness of lust has passed, and we are face to face with each other as dimwitted fools, how can any of us find the ability to love and forgive one another? That is the true test of love. So, are we okay now? … Good! So let’s do it like they do it on the Discovery Channel.
           "... And can my brown dog watch us? … Hey, you really are a sport!

“There’s hardly a more gracious and noble gift that we can offer a lover than to accept them fully and completely—flaws and all, and to love them despite themselves. At least until morning comes and we see them all flaccid & smelly in the full light of day.”

Wednesday, January 30, 2013

Spiritual Wisdom inspired by Elizabeth Gilbert’s “Eat, Pray, Love: One Woman's Search for Everything Across Italy, India and Indonesia”

Ms. Dominique tweets for Marriage:

“Perhaps transcendence can be found not only in monastic settings and on solitary mountaintops, but also at the kitchen table, in the daily acceptance of your partner's most dry and disgusting habits—the nose picking, the sneezing and farting, the ass scratching and crotch digging. All of these simple acts are small pieces of transcendence, and all of them can be fixed with the proper application of large quantities of Super Glue.”

Tuesday, January 29, 2013

Spiritual Advice in the manner of Elizabeth Gilbert’s “Eat, Pray, Love”

Ms. Dominique tweets for Marriage:

“Leaving a blighted and benighted marriage is not necessarily a moral failure, but it is perhaps better than the alternative. Or maybe not. Perhaps staying together, in sickness and in health, is a sign of Hopefulness & Optimism. It can represent the opposite of quitting: It can represent Hope.

“Just the act of buying of a new silk rug and a very large life insurance policy on your spouse can represent the first beginnings of Hope. It is a sign of a renewed Optimism. Not to mention the eternal promise of ‘double indemnity’ in the case of accidental death on a public conveyance.”

Monday, January 28, 2013

Spiritual Advice in the manner of Elizabeth Gilbert’s “Eat, Pray, Love”

Ms. Dominique tweets for  Marriage

“At some point in life, we should stop beating ourselves up over our blunders -- even blunders that are so painfully obvious to us, in retrospect -- and instead we should move on with our lives and find someone else to blame. I’m just sayin’.”

Friday, January 25, 2013

Spiritual Advice in the manner of Elizabeth Gilbert’s “Eat, Pray, Love”

Ms. Dominique tweets for Marriage:

“Money creates its own newer problems -- but money also brings new options and even some solutions. Money can buy separate bathrooms, separate bedrooms, separate vacations, freedom from arguments over credit card bills, a new set of fake tits, even a new Chinese baby girl -- all sorts of things that can only help to stabilize a marriage."

Thursday, January 24, 2013

"Quote of the Day" Shirley MacLaine, actress on Downton Abbey

Ms. Dominique tweets her "Quote of the Day

My relationship with the English is they love my bawdiness, because I cuss in public. Maybe they like to get away from “appropriate” behavior. I do understand why they had the British class system. I don’t know which came first, that or the clothes—because you couldn’t get dressed without a servant. All the buttons!—Shirley MacLaine, actress on Downton Abbey. She is a film and theater actress, singer, dancer & author.

“Wow! I really understand where Shirley is coming from. All those buttons. All those damn buttons! And the rain and fog. You can’t even have sex in public for all the rain & fog. I remember one time the damn fog was so thick I had to ask the guy to make noises so I could get an idea where I was and what I was doing. And so he farted!

“Those English and all their hangups. Its always ‘appropriate behavior’ ‘appropriate behavior’—and where has that got them. They lost their Empire and had to ask the USA to save their butts in two world wars. And why, back in the 19th century, did British sailors have two button flies on their uniforms. I mean, it’s like false advertising.”