Friday, July 29, 2011

The Internet is for soap p0rn!

Margie's (Hill Country Haiku) amazing soap

Let me first start off by saying that I'm not the brightest crayon in the box when it comes to this blogging stuff.  It's okay, though, because my favorite color in the big crayon box was always cornflower blue.  It's a dark color, but it has a cool name (Corn has flowers?? What!), so suck it you bright colors with your dull names!!! Anyways, I was wondering why everybody stopped commenting after my very first blog post.  Just about the time that I was getting ready to assume the fetal position in a dark corner of my apartment and rock back and forth muttering to myself about being unloved, someone was kind enough to clue me in to the fact that I had the comments section of my other posts disabled.  D'oh!  I've resolved that issue (I think), so now I'm back and yabbering away again about all things soap!  Bear with me, people, I still have a lot of things to figure out when it comes to this blog thingamajiggy! 

Anywho, allow me to let you in on a dirty little secret:  soapers LOVE to look at p0rn! Oh yeah!  And best of all, it's FREEEE!!!!  We spend hours in dimly lit rooms staring into our computers uttering phrases like, "Oooooh, look at that!  That's hot!" and "*tilting head* How in the world do they do that.... I've never THOUGHT of trying that!!" and "Yeahhhhh, I bet that feels sooooo good!"  Before you go and git yer panties in a scandalized bunch, let me explain that our definition of p0rn is looking at pics of soap and at videos of people making soap and not babies.  We're a pretty shameless bunch, always posting pics and vids of our stuff. ;) Oh those soapmakers, such exhibitionists they are!!! And thank goodness for it, because few things make me happier than being Little Miss Soap Voyeur and drooling over everyone's amazing creations. 

That being said, let me show you the latest soapmaking video to make my gloves moist and my goggles fog up.  My fellow Bisbeeites, prepare to have your tie-dye loving socks rocked.  Margie of Hill Country Haiku soap made some amazingly awesome and mind-altering soaps using a technique called a column swirl that's super hot in the soaping world right now: Wavy Gravy Soap  Prepare yourself for three minutes of soaping pleasure.  You might need a cold shower afterwards.  Just don't drop the soap. 

(For those of you who didn't catch the word play in the title of my post, go to YouTube and search "The Internet is for P*rn" by Avenue Q.  You can thank me later.  It is a well-known fact that I hate musicals with a passion.  They make me angry.  However, I laughed until I almost cried when my musical-loving friend Alicia played this song from the musical Avenue Q for me.  Imagine a Cookie Monster-ish looking/sounding creature belting out the words, "Just grab your d*ck and double-click for p*rn, p*rn, p******rn!!!"  Oh my!!)


  1. Thats great D!! I was just watching some soap making vids on YOUTUBE. Pretty cool..

  2. Another great post and YAY on fixing the comments thingy so we can leave our marks :) oh yeah, soap porn alters your life if soap's yer thang. May I point you and all your readers overseas to a fab frenchie soaper who has been inspiring soapblogland to breathless sweats and countless jumpings on the band wagon with her spoon swirl technique (attention, french lesson: Le marbage à la cullière) demonstrated in a lovely video? Here's a TinyUrl link..just paste into your browser:

  3. I LOVE Fab Frenchie's technique. Her soap is so beautiful! I had tried my hand at it using hot process and it didn't work out so hot. I made a grapefruit soap and spooned away at it using pink and white. It's now hiding in the cosmetically challenged box of shame, but I'm bound and determined to try again. :P