Is It 12-12-12 Or Am I Dreaming?

Oh man, Chipmunks. It happened… again.

Another conversation in my head. And this one gets deep.

Slide01 Slide02 Slide03 Slide04 Slide05 Slide06 Slide07 Slide08 Slide09 Slide10 Our First Conversation Leo Slide 11Our First Conversation Leo Slide 12

…I really need to stop drinking.

If you want to check out the details about the 12-12-12 concert to support Hurricane Sandy Relief, or find out how to donate, please visit:

So, come on, it’s been a while: Who are you having “imaginary” (ahem. It might have happened. You don’t know) conversations with?

102 responses to “Is It 12-12-12 Or Am I Dreaming?

  1. I’m always secretly chatting it up with Tallulah Bankhead.

  2. Thanks for reminding me. I’ll have to do something special today. But… what? I will not date my neighbor who hits on me and looks at me creepy, that’s for sure. Lol… Well, at least.. not today.

  3. I had a dream the other night where you could get vajajay hair dye,,,not even lying,,,in my dream that’s how I found out my mom was cheating on my dad,,,’cause she started using that product and I found the evidence in the bathroom garbage.
    Yah,,I need help, lol

  4. Are you going to write about 13-13-13 next year?

  5. I’m impressed. Leo is much deeper than I had imagined he’d be.

  6. Ahhh. Love. I like to think of Leo cruising around in Prius which he fondly refers to as his Love Boat.

  7. I feel like you have way better imaginary conversations. Mine are all with Wilford Brimley.

  8. Is it weird that I had an imaginary conversation with you just yesterday about Leonardo DiCaprio?

    • It would be weird, if it was anyone else. I need details! AND, you left a reply about diabetes that I read on my phone just as I walked into work, facing a big poster about diabetes. Ooooh.

      • well, how’s this for spooky? I commented on my own blog yesterday about how many times I’ve seen the movie Inception so I had Leo on the brain all day.

        • Oooh. Well, Peppermeister said to me last night, around 8pm, just as I was convinced I’d never have another blog idea again, “Are you going to try to make a donation to talk to Leo? He’s going to be at the 12-12-12 concert.” I jumped out of my chair, grabbed my lap top and said, “THANK YOU!” He called out, “Good night… See you tomorrow…” as I retreated to the dining room table. TMI?

          That movie rules. I’m also a big Shutter Island fan, if we’re gonna talk recents.

      • by the way, this post had me giggling and I thank you for doing the impossible while I knee-deep in things like sternocleidomastoids and extensor flexor digitorums.

  9. I have a thing for David Crosby. I know. He’s getting up there, and he’s starting to look like Santa without the beard.

    And yet.

    I know he is singing about me when he sings “Guinevere.”

  10. Did I ever tell you how much Leo reminds me of my brother? So, I can never really think he’s hot because of it. That would be gross. And no, my brother isn’t quite as leading man good looking, but there is just a resemblance that I can’t get out of my head when I see him. Oh, and my brother is single again, just in case you want a poor substitute. Just saying. 😉

    • You read my mind. How does he feel about chipmunks?

      • I would have to go with . . . pro chipmunk. Maybe your 4th husband? He is a serial marry-er. He just got through his second divorce . . . I know he sounds like a dream, but that’s just him. I’m not even trying to upsell him or anything so you would be my SIL. 😉

        • Perfect. As long as he doesn’t get too lonely being on the back burner for a while? I think my marriage to 2nd husband will be one of those hot and heavy, but fleeting, romances, and things with Leo will probably never get off the ground (see aforementioned reference to sexual orientation), so it shouldn’t be too long.

  11. So, come on, it’s been a while: Who are you having “imaginary” (ahem. It might have happened. You don’t know) conversations with?

    Dylan McDermott and Dermot Mulroney. I see no need to choose.

    I love your thought bubbles and your thoughtfulness in making them green.

    • Debbie! Did you see the McDermott/Mulroney SNL skit last weekend? It was pretty dang funny, actually.

      Thank you for your thoughtful compliment on my thoughtfulness. I hope Leo appreciates it, too.

      • I haven’t caught the skit yet, but 2 Broke Girls was on tv when I turned it on the other night and there was a funny line about DM v. DM. I looked them up online because that is how I stay abreast of the Zeitgeist, and that’s where I saw news about the skit, but I haven’t actually seen it yet. I wanted to make it into a poll at Le Cahier, but I’ve got this whole quiet, brooding, Zen going on and it might be shocking for such superficiality to come out of nowhere. I might sprain something! Also, sorry about the italics. WP doesn’t seem to be recognizing end tags these days. Harumph. 🙂

  12. you’re such a dork Jules! 🙂 keep em coming.

  13. He doesn’t list Critters 3 because that was before he developed his “I’m a serious actor” scowl. Non-Scowling Leo has a separate resume. And the “Scowl your way to respectability and wealth” acting classes are really top notch. Very hard to get in to.

    Sometime I have imaginary conversations with Jon Stewart.

  14. I literally laughed out loud at “don’t buy Blood Diamonds.” Hilarious.

  15. Freaking hilarious, J.

    Colin Firth. I mention him five times in my book. Do you think that warrants I send him a copy?

    • Thanks, Leanne! And, um, YES. Yes, that certainly does warrant sending him a copy – and might I suggest you leave a heartfelt inscription that ends in, “I like you, just as you are”?

  16. Rats, I can’t believe I missed twelve past noon today…

  17. Oh, Jules, you are definitely the funny one. (And the generous one–way to support Sandy relief! Good job!)

    Here’s a related/unrelated question:
    Do you think Leo and Julia Stiles look alike?

  18. I called him DiCrapio for years — even though he was in a lot of film I enjoy (only got around to watching Titanic 2 years ago–I hated that film, seriously…as usual, not with pop culture). Finally, in my 40s, I’ve decided I can no longer cringe when I see him. He’s got skills.

    As for those I have ‘imaginary convos’ with? Dude. You get my age, it’s the kid behind the counter at QT. By ‘kid’ I mean he’s 37. Still…

  19. Your love for New Jersey, Leonardo and the environment (not necessarily in that order) is exceeded only by your great skill as a ventriloquist. I didn’t see you lips move at all during this fantasy conversation!

  20. I used to do this with Paul McCartney when he was young (and I was younger). omg that was a long time ago.

    • Please let me be the first to encourage you to start that up again, and blog about it. All the uncool kids are doing it.

      • Well, I am definitely, and always have been, one of the uncool kids, but I’m afraid, after all his marriages, the feeling has dissipated. Besides, he was so cute back then and now looks too old for me (I, of course, have stayed the same age 🙂 )

  21. I feel that I have been remiss in my imaginary conversation work. They never seem to be with real people. Obviously I have been slacking. I may need a suggestion to start me off… anyone?

  22. After being gone all day, I will have sweet dreams tonight! Yes Leo it’s 12/12/12 really!

  23. Lol…love your imaginary convos. I think it must be fun inside your head. 🙂

  24. Johnny Depp because I love gold plated teeth and pirates.

  25. You see, it’s because of these one liners, I’m happy to have discovered the Prom Queen of WP.

  26. If your high school friends could only see you now. You are sitting at the royal court getting the last laugh. Literally. I think it’s also safe to assume that your partner in crime (P.I.C.), the Byronic Man, would be considered the prom king of WP.

  27. Hahaha, I remember when I first saw Titanic and wanted to become famous to meet Leocaprio. I had no idea he was in Critters 3, didn’t know there was a Critters 3!

  28. That is too good! My sister has fantasy convos with him all the time too, and I have a feeling the dialogue is pretty similar 🙂 Me, I have fantasy conversations (and run-ins, and romantic dates) all the time with Jack White. What can I say, I like pale, weirdly attractive, prolific musicians.

    • Thank you! And I feel you. I like all musicians. All of them. That’s Leo’s one main drawback, if you ask me. No musical ability (as far as I can tell!). Although I read [a while back] he was taking singing lessons in the hopes of playing Frank Sinatra. Now THAT I’d like to see!

      P.S. – I absolutely love your gravatar – you’re gorgeous!

  29. The things that get created after a bottle of booze….

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