Cocaine Princess

Friday, March 20, 2015

Happy Spring!

Cocaine Princess here.

Given how cold it's been and how much snow had fallen most of us had lost all hope but the day has finally arrived--Spring!

I realize it's not exactly a tropical paradise but the fact that we can finally see the grass is more or less a miracle. The snow has finally melted, well most of it and the birds have begun chirping again in the early a.m.  

 I guess there is hope after all warm weather is just around the corner......and by corner I mean mid May-- if we're lucky! 


My loyal and dear readers, it's finally Friday.

Whatever your plans are have a sweet first weekend of Spring. ~x

Cocaine Princess


Friday, March 13, 2015

Don't Go Camping Today

Cocaine Princess here.

Happy Friday the 13th!

Remember, stay away from campsites & run like the wind if you see if anyone wearing a hockey mask.

And speaking of Jason, check out the Friday The 13th Scare Prank by the Prank Guys.

Two things: In the first segment, what the hell kind of guy runs off while leaving his girl behind?! Talk about a frigging idiot!

Secondly, I'm not going to lie I did laugh but does anyone else think that the individuals behind these videos are crossing the line with their brand of humor? After all don't some people carry guns in the woods?


Stay safe, my Lovelies.

My loyal & dear readers, it's finally Friday.

Whatever your plans are have a bloody-free weekend.~x

Cocaine Princess

Friday, March 6, 2015

Rebel Heart

Cocaine Princess here.

I know you're all dying to know how I ended up braless & eating food from a vending machine but I was pressed for time this week due to my hectic schedule.

However I leave you with this-- as most of my loyal readers know I love Madonna.  I love everything about her. She can do no wrong.

So you can imagine my excitement when she announced her World Tour this week. Rebel Heart will mark her 10th World Tour & my 8th time seeing her. For two of her concerts, Drowned World Tour & Confessions Tour she skipped Canada! I'll never forget the first time I saw her in concert. You can read about that here.

Her tour kicks off in Miami on August 29th and ends on December 20th in Scotland.

October 5th is when she touches down in the I already scored 2 tickets through the pre-sale. One for me and of course one for sister. I'm not going to lie, I paid an arm and a leg-- damn those US prices! But I know it's going to be worth every penny.

Let the countdown begin....

Her 13th studio album Rebel Heart drops on March 10th. Here is the 1st single, Living For Love.


My loyal and dear readers, it's finally Friday.

Whatever your plans are have a tremendous weekend & don't forget to
Spring Forward. ~x

Cocaine Princess

Friday, February 27, 2015

The Yellow Door

Cocaine Princess here.

A few weeks ago I posted an entry--- I don't even know where to begin in regards to the event that occurred yesterday. I literally got home not more than an 1hr ago. I've been up since 5am (Thursday). I'm stressed out, tired & considering the bad relationship I have with the Sandman I'm probably not going to get any sleep tonight either.

And then last week I posted a little bit of a snippet of what was to come:

The night ended with me wearing no bra and eating vending machine food

Allow me to rewind back to the events that led up to that unfortunate moment.

At around 6pm on Thursday I received a phone call from someone requesting to speak to me. I replied to whomever was on the other end that I was indeed that person.

It was the hospital. Sister had been admitted to the ER. My heart literally dropped. It's a terrible feeling that can't be quite put into words when one gets such a phone call. Being sister's next of kin I of course was notified. When I asked the reason I wasn't getting an answer other than she was in the ER and that I needed to get there as soon as possible.

The hospital sister had been admitted to was in the next city town over, approximately a 30 minute drive via the highway and of course as luck would have it that night not only I was sandwiched in between two damn trucks but the weather wasn't the greatest. It was snowing quite heavy so I was driving below the speed limit. I was trying to stay focused on driving but all I could think about was sister. Why was she admitted into the hospital? What happened?! Why wasn't she admitted into our local hospital? I hated the fact that the hospital didn't give me any proper answers.

When I finally arrived I was in parking lot hell. Firstly, the Emergency 30 minute parking area was full so I had no choice but to park in the parking garage tower. You know that long guard stick thingy--> where when you push a button the long guard stick thingy goes up allowing you and your car to go through? Problem number 1: I couldn't reach the damn green button, even after I unbuckled myself. So after opening the driver side door and putting one leg out and stretching my arm to the point where I nearly pulled a muscle I was able to press the button.

Problem 2: As I previously stated, I was in parking lot hell. Every level I entered into said "FULL." Level after level until I reached the very top. If finding a parking spot wasn't bad enough next came finding the damn access door to the lobby. The door that was closet to where I was parked was marked "Employees Only." I tried opening it anyways but the only way to access it was with a key card which obviously I didn't have. At that point I was losing my mind, all I wanted to do was to get to sister asap. Seriously, where the hell was the door?! I spotted an intercom and told who was on the other end my dilemma. I was then asked what section my car was parked in. My response:

"I don't know."

"Miss I can't really help you unless I can pin point where exactly you are."

Holy Hell! I ran back to where my car was--- C23--- and then ran back to the intercom and said:

"I'm parked in C23."

I was instructed to walk over to C30 where I would see a yellow colored door marked "Hospital Entrance." After thanking him I didn't walk but ran to section C30 and saw the yellow door....

To Be Continued.


My loyal and dear readers, it's finally Friday.

Whatever your plans are have a wonderful first week of March. ~x

Cocaine Princess


Friday, February 20, 2015


Cocaine Princess here.

A few Fridays ago I posted an entry. I was going to continue posting the rest of it today but I was pressed for time this week, however I leave you a little snippet of  Part 2 which will be up next week:

The night ended with me wearing no bra and eating vending machine food.

To Be Continued.


My loyal and dear readers,

It's finally Friday.
Whatever your plans are have a wonderful weekend.~x

Cocaine Princess


Saturday, February 14, 2015

Bite Marks

Cocaine Princess here.

Happy Valentine's Day

Love is many things, none of them logical.

A heartfelt birthday message from Johnny Cash to his beloved wife June has been voted the greatest love letter of all time.  Check out some of the others that made the list.

1. Johnny Cash wishes wife June Carter Cash a happy 65th birthday (1994)
'We get old and get used to each other. We think alike. We read each others minds. We know what the other wants without asking. Sometimes we irritate each other a little bit. Maybe sometimes take each other for granted. But once in awhile, like today, I meditate on it and realise how lucky I am to share my life with the greatest woman I ever met.'

2. Winston Churchill tells wife Clementine Churchill of his undying love (1935)
'My darling Clemmie, in your letter from Madras you wrote some words very dear to me, about having enriched your life. I cannot tell you what pleasure this gave me, because I always feel so overwhelmingly in your debt, if there can be accounts in love.'

3.John Keats tells next door neighbour Fanny Brawne he can not live without her. (1819)
'I cannot exist without you - I am forgetful of every thing but seeing you again - my Life seems to stop there - I see no further. You have absorb'd me.'

4. Ernest Hemingway professes his love to Marlene Dietrich (1951)
'I can't say how every time I ever put my arms around you I felt that I was home.'

5. Napoleon Bonaparte sends his love to Josephine de Beauharnais (1796)
 'Since I left you, I have been constantly depressed. My happiness is to be near you. Incessantly I live over in my memory your caresses, your tears, your affectionate solicitude. The charms of the incomparable Josephine kindle continually a burning and a glowing flame in my heart.'

**I absolutely love Richard's words--

6.Richard Burton tells Elizabeth Taylor of her beauty (1964)
'My blind eyes are desperately waiting for the sight of you. You don't realize of course, E.B., how fascinatingly beautiful you have always been, and how strangely you have acquired an added and special and dangerous loveliness.'

7.King Henry VIII expresses his love for Anne Boleyn (1527)
'I beg to know expressly your intention touching the love between us. Necessity compels me to obtain this answer, having been more than a year wounded by the dart of love, and not yet sure whether I shall fail or find a place in your affection.'

8. Beethoven pens his love for his 'Immortal Beloved' whose true identity remains a mystery (1812)
'Though still in bed, my thoughts go out to you, my Immortal Beloved, Be calm-love me-today-yesterday-what tearful longings for you-you-you-my life-my all-farewell. Oh continue to love me-never misjudge the most faithful heart of your beloved. Ever thine. Ever mine. Ever ours.'

9. Gerald Ford reminds wife Betty Ford of his and their family's love for her shortly after she was diagnosed with breast cancer (1974) 
'No written words can adequately express our deep, deep love. We know how great you are and we, the children and Dad, will try to be as strong as you. Our Faith in you and God will sustain us. Our total love for you is everlasting.' 

10. Jimi Hendrix tells his 'little girl' to spread her wings (date unknown) 
 'Happiness is within you*. so unlock the chains from your heart and let yourself grow like the sweet flower you are*.. I know the answer-Just spread your wings and set yourself FREE'


♬ And if in the moment you bite your lip
When I get you moaning you know it's real.....♬


My loyal and dear readers, it's St. Valentine's Day.
Whatever your plans are have a very loving & naughty weekend. ~x

Cocaine Princess

Friday, February 6, 2015

Where Do I Begin?

Cocaine Princess.

I don't even know where to begin in regards to the event that occurred yesterday. I literally got home not more than an 1hr ago. I've been up since 5am (Thursday). I'm stressed out, tired & considering the bad relationship I have with the Sandman I'm probably not going to get any sleep tonight either.

To Be Continued.

My loyal and dear readers, it's finally Friday.

Whatever your plans are have a fabulous weekend.~x

Colombian Princess

Friday, January 30, 2015

Food & Commercials

Cocaine Princess here.

It's that time of year of again--- The SuperBowl. Superbowl XLIX is taking place this Sunday and I only know this because of the numerous pizza flyers that been left in the mailbox advertising SuperBowl Meal Deals-- pizza, wings, garlic bread & a 6pack of Coke all for under 20 bucks!! I haven't exactly decided what I'll be indulging in but it's a pretty safe bet that it'll be something cheesy.

As for the game, New England Patriots vs. Seattle Seahawks. I have no idea what team is going to win however moments before kickoff I will be doing my own coin toss: Heads- Patriots. Tails- Seahawks. And wherever the coin lands that is the team I will be rooting for. Does anyone really watch the game? It's really about the commercials and of course the half-time show. A 30-second ad this year costs $4.5 million. Budweiser is producing one of the most anticipated spots featuring the return of the iconic Clydesdales and a lost puppy.

To be honest, I've never been really a fan of the Clydesdales ad or the puppy. 


My loyal and dear readers, it's finally Friday. 

Whatever your plans are have a tasteful weekend & may the best team win.~x

Cocaine Princess

Friday, January 23, 2015



Cocaine Princess here.

I do apologize for the slow blogging these past few Fridays. No worries, I'll be back next week.


My loyal and dear readers, it's finally Friday.

Whatever your plans are have a tremendous weekend.~x

Cocaine Princess

Friday, January 9, 2015

I Am Living In The Frozen Tundra

Cocaine Princess here.

We're into day 9 of the New Year and all I have to say is I returned way too early from my Christmas vaycay--- which by the way was incredible. I'll be blogging about that next week. I really had no choice, important commitments forced me to cut my trip short this year otherwise I'd still be baking in the tropical heat instead of shivering in the damn cold.

Yes, my Lovelies, I am living in The Frozen Tundra. This past week Mother Nature unleashed one hell of a cold spell. How cold you ask? -25C without windchill and -38C with windchill. It's painful to breathe and aside from my nose I also fear my ears may crack and fall off despite wearing a warm and insulated hat. And God forbid that to ever happen--- I have way too many pretty earrings. Heading outdoors requires wearing a Canada goose down parka that more or less makes you look like the Abominable Snowman. The city's chief medical officer has issued a cold weather alert for the city until the weekend.  We're literally not even 2 weeks into 2015 and the weather has been nothing less than ferocious and if that isn't bad enough, we're expecting snow. 

Sheesh, I don't know what's worse-- snow or polar vortex temperatures?


I'm sure by now you've heard about the unspeakable horror that occurred in France the other day. Other than senseless and heartbreaking I don't know what else to say. St├ęphane Charbonnier, or “Charb”, gave this quote to Le Monde newspaper in 2012  while discussing threats that had been made to the newspaper over its representation of the Prophet Mohammed; "What I'm about to say is maybe a little pompous," he said, "but I'd rather die standing up than live on my knees.” He was referencing Emiliano Zapata, leader of the Mexican revolution of 1910.  Within hours of the fatal shootings, people around the world - and online - showed their solidarity and support for free speech through the simple three word phrase “I am Charlie” (“Je suis Charlie”).

Editorial artists around the globe came together in solidarity by honoring the 12 slain Charlie Hebdo artists. Among my favorites is the drawing below illustrated by Lucille Clerc.