Once they realize that James has bitten Bella’s hand, Edward successfully...– I wanted to reference “Twilight” in the horoscopes this week but didn’t know a lick about it, so I turned to every prestigous professor’s preferred reference Web site, Wikipedia. This is what it said. Luckily, this killed the last shred of intrigue I harbored for this pop...
A video I found on gorillavsbear, “Feeling Without Touching” by Glass Candy. The song is pretty fun but the video just pushes the irony to an ultimately ripped-off rendition of late ’70s/early ’80s soft focus and snythy snyth. But the Portland trio did manage to swing two singles on K Records, so maybe there is something to be had here, after all.
Both sides of a faulty cell phone battery.
Pros: 1) It’s forced me to memorize all of my best friends’ numbers (something I’ve failed to do since the death of the landline and recess). Cons: 1) Everything else.
It’s dark in here. I can abuse you.– Server at La Nop to Brecken in a dark seating area. (via looseseal)
Lianne: Sweet! I'm sure you did gr8. I h8 when people say gr8.
Me: Soon we need a d8. That's no deb8. It's been too long as of late, my lil reb8 slut!
Lianne: Good one!!
Me: Cultiv8 inn8 gradu8s and celebr8.
Lianne: And masturb8.
It [dust] is cool because it makes you feel like a wizard.– Joel
headunderwater: The Black Keys - Tighten Up The...
“Flower Pills” by Coma Cinema. Playing a house show in Riverside with POA and Dead Gaze Thursday. Hit me up for more details! A fine chase to a run-‘round the student show opening at MOCA if you ask me.
Ahh, yes. My very first pair of tampons.– Erik
I feel hot and gross from junk food and … hotness.– Emily, Spinnaker Tuesdays
13th - 15th april are thai new year. people will throw water to each other to...– My Thai friend Kate in an e-mail, dishing out advice re: her country and things to do
I couldn’t sleep and watched ‘Eurotrip’ on TBS. It was such a...– Lianne
If you’re 21, don’t go to Pete’s bar unless you want to be in...– Jenny
And then she opened her own line of beauty products called ‘Esther,’...– some girl in my Deaf Culture class in her presentation on the former Miss America, Heather Whitestone