LJ is full of innuendo tonight

That was a loooong one.
It was long but very gentle.
Very mild, but lasted a while.
Long, and gentle, but that's still the most violent one I've felt.
It seemed kinda long.
Hooray, I actually FELT that one!
First one I've felt in several years as well.
I've still yet to feel one.
How is that possible? Just in the past year we've had several that made me go WHOA -- at least two of them woke me from a dead sleep.
I give it a five.
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19 Responses:

  1. ladykalessia says:

    Some of your more distant readers are not going to have a frikkin' clue what you're talking about.

  2. pygmalion says:

    Hey, we take it where we can get it.

  3. perligata says:

    It shook me all night long.


  4. msjen says:

    I will have you know that I waited until *after* the earthquake to have sex (hey, we were glad we didn't die).

  5. fu3dotorg says:

    Scary. -May You and all your properties be safe..

  6. harder! faster! more! more!

  7. strspn says:

    I was on the floor, looking up at the ceiling, when two separate but equal-strength thoughts occurred to me at once:

    1. I should get to a door frame; and
    2. This feels really good, I don't want to get up
  8. stolzenberg says:

    Eh, I'm not in the mood.

  9. A friend of mine who used to live in LA told me the best place to be in a quake is on the freeway. Everyone pulls over, gets out of their car, and looks the thing over like, "What the fuck is wrong with this thing?"

  10. benediktus says:

    i only had it once
    in a hotel bed in cologne
    i thought "wow, did i miss the flash?"
    and "should i duck and cover?"
    it was only a distant 3.

  11. antifuchs says:

    Flatulence or Tectonics?