Thursday, February 28, 2008

Rachel told me to write this

Last one for a while.

Recently I stated, "Julian Casablancas is the only man I've ever loved," half jokingly.
Upon further reflection, I've realized, this is in fact, true.


That's all.


Drugs Abroad

  • Use common sense:
    • The risk of being put in jail is not worth it.
    • Don’t purchase prescription medications in large quantities because you could be suspected of drug trafficking.
    • Don’t carry a package for anyone, no matter how small it might seem.
    • If someone offers you a free trip and some quick and easy money just for bringing back a suitcase, SAY NO!
I'm going to do all of those things. Definitely.


Today, I miss elementary school

I miss when it started to be spring and the sense of excitement you felt to play outdoors was barely containable. I miss when I got to play at Water Works, the series of trenches dug by enthusiastic ten year olds, in the field behind the school. (The water part dried up in the Spring) I miss not having seen movies like "Cloverfield". I miss when having seen movies like "Cloverfield" not immediately thinking, thinly veiled metaphor for scrambling after a nuke attack. Or, thinly veiled metaphor for what it was like when the twin towers collapsed.
I miss when the cotton was floating through the air and everyone had allergies.
I miss reading some stupid book in Mrs. McDonald's class. I miss crying outside when I didn't get into "ADVANCED" English in 5th grade.
I miss all that shit.
With that, I give you, two excellent passages from the first quarter of "Valley of the Dolls" which I mistakenly thought prior to reading, was a sophisticated feminist novel:

"She was deep in her own thoughts as they drove home. She knew the truth now. She was frigid. That awful word the girls at school used to whisper about." (29)

"Anne, I think you're afraid of sex."
This time she looked at him. "I suppose you're going to tell me that I'm unawakened...that you will change all that."
She sipped champagne to avoid his eyes.
"I suppose you've been told this before," he said.
"No, I've heard it in some very bad movies."

Wednesday, February 27, 2008


This quarter, I have chosen not to replace my daily facial moisturizer, and instead use Kiehl's SPF 40 Sunscreen on a daily basis.
Some might argue that this is a profound display of laziness. But I contest it is a little sliver of my own personal genius.
Yes at first, I was being lazy. I can go to wherever, buy legit facial moisturizer, and put it on in the mornings to preserve my sunscreen. But instead, I decided it wasn't really worth the effort. Besides--sunscreen smells so good, it smells like summer.

After a while, I did buy standard facial moisturizer at the store, but I was upset with the quality. It made my face greasy, Bad Sign.

So throughout the duration of Winter Quarter, I've been using expensive Kiehl's sunscreen everyday to moisturize my face. At first I was like, wow, I can't believe I'm this lazy, I am wasting so much money doing this...but it turns out, the stuff lasts an incredibly long period of time. Some still might point out that this is not exactly the highest risk period for skin damage, but to that I counter... well actually they are probably right but it's good to play it safe, you know?

Plus, my skin is going to be so hard core protected. I bet this is a really good habit to be in.

So, for the rest of my life, I intend to keep using regular old sunscreen in the place of facial moisturizer. Unless they stop making Kiehl's SPF 40. That stuff is amazing. I'd recommend it to anyone.

Side Note: My classes are horrific. Terrorism is a hornet's nest and Italian is a psych ward.

The FBI better not come after me for saying that.

<3 muchos besos

wahaat kind offff

you made misster slick ricky
and thought i didn't lov eyouwenhi i ddiddddddd
can't believe you played me out like that!!!!!!

Okay time for school.

Tuesday, February 26, 2008

Let's see if this works..

Funniest part of Superbad.

Which was a better Micheal Cera movie than Juno okay? Sorry.

Sunday, February 24, 2008

I am a miltary elephant

Jungle Book is the best movie ever made.


Today I realized that my standards for human behavior are too high.
I also realized that I would really like some blueberries.

Goals for today:

1. Find Blueberries.
2. Lower standards.

Saturday, February 23, 2008

Being a Lady

Hey guyz this is my new blog isn't it so cool?


I think that picture says it all.
I think those ladies epitomize what I would like to....someday be.
Kristiana and Nichole are of course coming to!

So, I think most of the posts will be about fun cuddly animals, some perhaps dedicated to pigs. Others-- rants about sorority girls (not all--just the ones in my Italian class). Probably some brief soliloquies on terrorism/academic/school/family induced depression...and still others, on who know's what!?

But, the inaugural post is dedicated to what I believe a proper modern lady is...

And if not Kendra, Holly, and Bridgette, what could that really be?


PS I also can't argue too much with toads: