Wednesday, December 31, 2014

Happy New Year, Bitches!

Here's to a fab 2015!


Note: Happy birthday today, December 31st, to Savannah. Apparently, she has CAKE!

Monday, December 22, 2014

Merry Christmas, Bitches!

Come and find your pressies!


That should keep you Bitches busy for the next few days whilst I sign off early.

See you back here after Christmas. Have a safe and happy holiday.

And now...

It’s that special time of year again when Mistress MJ dons her Mistletoe Belt Buckle. Please form an orderly queue to kiss your hostess.

Sunday, December 21, 2014


A reminder.


The winter solstice in the Northern Hemisphere begins on Sunday, December 21st at 6:03 p.m. EST.

Saturday, December 20, 2014

The Woman Who Eats the Clouds in the Sky

Whilst others enjoy Christmas carols at this time of year, I prefer the delights of other musical realms.

Today, we listen in on French chanteuse Anouk Aïata (the stage name ‘Anouk Aïata’ is Maori for ‘the woman who eats the clouds in the sky’.)

She sings, "Pourquoi regardes-tu la lune?" which translates as "Why are you looking at the moon?" She is accompanied by cellist Amos Mâh.

Friday, December 19, 2014

Filthy Friday Meets Couple of the Month - Xmas Edition

As usual, clicking on the photo will enhance your viewing pleasure.

Thursday, December 18, 2014

Norma's Nuptials

Apparently, you're already aware that Norma's tied the knot.

And now we all want to kiss the bride...

Congratulations, old girl!

Saturday, December 13, 2014

Christmas With Peenee & Norma

Chez Peenee, Saki the cat and friend hijack the holiday decorating...

Norma will forego the annual Matzo Ball to play Santa...


Friday, December 12, 2014

Thursday, December 11, 2014

Are You Being Served?


Second floor carpets,
travel goods and bedding,
material, soft furnishings,
restaurant and teas. Going down.

Going down, indeed.

Full theme song here.

Wednesday, December 10, 2014

Tuesday, December 09, 2014

Monday, December 08, 2014

Mankini Monday

 Click on the photo to enlarge for your viewing pleasure.

Sunday, December 07, 2014

Signs of the Times

[thanks, Thom!]

Let me hear your body talk, your body talk
Let me hear your body talk

Saturday, December 06, 2014

The Infomaniac Tree Trimming Team

Thanks to all you Bitches who popped by yesterday to decorate for the holidays...


Give yourselves a big pat on the back(sides).

Friday, December 05, 2014

Christmas Decorating

I simply don't have time for it.

Perhaps one of you lazy Bitches can help?

Sunday, November 23, 2014


Now in use at the Infomaniac Medical Clinic and available through the Infomaniac Shopping Network...

[thanks, Topher!]

Find welcome relief through the gentle vibration, adjustable infra-red heat, and dilation provided by the DILA-THERM.

Saturday, November 22, 2014

Mr. Peenee Speaking

"Yes, that's right. It's Cookie's birthday."

We're celebrating over at The Hair Hall of Fame.

Friday, November 07, 2014

Time Out

Forgive me.

I just can't keep up the pace at the moment. Will return when time permits.

Monday, November 03, 2014

Your Money

Since pork bellies trading went belly-up, what are you investing your money in these days?

Sunday, November 02, 2014


Worship with us...

(click to enlarge)

Saturday, November 01, 2014


While I'm at work, a reminder to stay OFF the furniture...

Monday, October 27, 2014

Friday, October 24, 2014

Have A Great Weekend!

And remember to click the pic to enlarge!

Thursday, October 23, 2014


Mistress MJ will be with you once she's had a good night's sleep, her morning coffee, and she's scrubbed all over...


Wednesday, October 22, 2014


By now, you've all heard the news.

Thanks so much to those of you who emailed. Rather than responding to you all individually, this post will let you know that I'm safe.

Monday, October 20, 2014

Crafting With Cookie's Colon

We are gathered in the Infomaniac Crafts Room to decide what to create from the 2 feet of colon that Cookie had removed.

I was inspired when I saw British Jon's comment over at Cookie's place.

Jon says, "I hope you ask to save that last two-foot of material to make into opera gloves!"

So, let's hear your ideas, Bitches.

Cookie's Colon

Cookie is having his sex change operation, two feet of colon removed today.

He hopes to return to blogging in a week or so. In the meantime, click here to send him your best wishes for a speedy recovery.

Friday, October 17, 2014


We take great pride in presenting the FOURTH ANNUAL INFOMANIAC GARDEN PHOTOS EVENT!

[via Zenfancy]

You each deserve a rose.

Now let's get started. Some photos may enlarge if you click on them.

Any more, my gardening efforts center around buying fresh cat grass for the kitties!
Did I win yet?

My big pink bush!...

I took this picture in Spring in readiness for The Great Infomaniac Gardening Show... sadly it is now Autumn and my bush is now looking the worse for the weather. Wilted and less than spectacular. Ha! This could be my life story. :)

As last year's Pot Plot just outside the back door got turned into a more commodious seating area, I re-homed a lot of the potted plants into the borders (after I'd reshaped them, that is - the borders, not the plants). So here they are as of June.

The left-hand border includes foxgloves, acquilegias, delphiniums, verbena, veronica, gaura, climbing roses, cat mint, buddleia and a grape vine...

At the back are more foxgloves and aquilegias, plus hostas, astilbes and a rheum palmatum...

In the right-hand border are even more foxgloves, aquilegia, gaura and cat mint, along with penstemon, heuchera, cleome, agapanthus, box and lavender...

The final - and more recent - photo is of my little Japanese-style garden that I managed to squeeze in between the ex-Pot Plot and the garden proper...

Plant A has made it. As expected. Tough little bahsted. I should perhaps stuff some earth in its cup as a reward since I can lift it all out without any crumbs left behind...

Plant B - strong as ever. Even this white mouldish stuff vanished ; nothing fell off for some time ; order is restored. The background? Some curtains here. Move on...

Introducing "jeffg166," an Infomaniac reader:
Bloodroots: first thing up in Spring...

Camomille given to me by a friend 17 years ago. He died ten years ago. I never plant this it reseeds every year somewhere in the yard. Just letting me know he's still around...

Flying saucer morning glories. My favorite variety...

Flying saucer morning glories closeup Mr. Demille...

My garden of Pink Bromeliad surrounded by rain lilies. The Bromeliad is planted in its own pot and has done very well for three months...

When I am not busy gardening, I enjoy strolling around the lush, tropical  gardens at Condom World...

"jardin d'penee"
I was distracted and missed out on pictures of the yard in the spring when everything was blooming. This is from the terribly drought ravaged July we had...

Here's the tree peony, planted above the late "Bella."

And here's Bella...

Another fancy peony for Bella...

Happily, not all the corgis here are dead! (but all those tulips are!)

And a deer, passing through, who took one look at our garden and "hocked a louie." (We don't say "loogie" in Boston) ..

I wasn't able to devote as much time and energy to gardening as I would've liked to, so it was all sort of wild and weedy. None the less, here are a few photos from earlier this year, plus some cut flowers from the garden for good measure...

I have two submissions for your tour of my lovely Casa du Borghese. You will have to forgive the grounds right now dear, with all my traveling and houseboys hit or miss, the gardens were looking a bit shabby...

My apologies. And as one can see, my peacock and peacunt were running amuck...

And no cut flowers or foliage indoors at the moment except for these........... I guess they got too close to the road."...

My real gardens are all but wilted.......damn cold is a comin'.

Our year has been one of change. From happy beginnings in Spring, our plans for getting the gardens at Dolores Delargo Towers looking the best they'd ever been were in full sway, starting with the Spring window box...

Another spring joy - in addition to the daffodils, bluebells, fritillaria, tulips and aquilegias, was the brand new (to our garden) Anemone de Caen...

We started to go a bit mad on acquisitions for the summer to come, including Veronica spicata, dahlias, various alliums, Brodiaea, petunias, Oxalis, and looked on proudly at the delphiniums, poppies and the myriad pots (fuchsias, osteospermums, Asarina, lilies and all) - and then the bomb-shell was dropped! Our "housemate" pulled the plug on the whole thing by refusing to renew the lease, and we were faced with the prospect of moving all this lot to a new home...

Which we did (although we were extremely sad to say goodbye to our jet-black hollyhock...

With a lot of hard work and effort, we've made a start on getting the new place in some semblance of order...

But the hard work will pay off, and we'll have a fab show next year!

PS, the greatest joy of all this year was when - after eighteen years, our Cymbidium orchid finally flowered...

And finally, a corner of Mistress MJ's colossal Coleus with special guest...


[photo via Zenfancy]

We wish to thank all the Infomaniac Bitches who participated in 2014’s garden photos EVENT (this is not a contest.) As you know, this has become an annual event here on Infomaniac so remember to GET GROWING in 2015!