Oh heck, I don't know who I'm kidding, most of my...
Now that I'm back in NYC...
…it’s hard not to miss some of the totally rad things I did while in NH over the past few days, such as… baking 4+ batches of snickerdoodles with my 11-year-old brother… going to craft/thrift fairs at my old high school with my mom (she refused to let me buy one of these sweet Russian-style eggs because “they wouldn’t mean anything to you, you’re...
Am back in NH...
…and the first thing my 12-year-old brother did was draft me into a soccer game with him and his friends. This means I got my ass thoroughly handed to me by a bunch of 6th graders. This also means I got to spend an hour kicking a bunch of 6th graders in the shins and head. Brother’s Friend: Yo, [Alli’s Brother], you should do something about that goalie. Me: You should shut...
Theory discussed at work last night:
The best sex I’ve ever had has been with guys who grew up with brothers. Not because there’s some creepy, incest undertone going on there. But because they can handle it rough and you can high-five after.
The Riches not dead yet (via ONTD) →
“The former stars and writers [are moving] to shoot a ‘guerilla-style’ adaptation.” Yippee!!
The Naked Man works! I just had decent sex with an awful human being! I am BACK!– Last night’s How I Met Your Mother…between this and last week’s Woo Girls, it’s like the writers are just plugged directly into my brain.
I started reading The Sandman at a time when I wasn’t sure, precisely,...– Marc Bernardin on Sandman’s 20th Anniversary The first time I was exposed to these books was by my high school English teacher, freshman year. She taught a sci-fi and fantasy class and included the first two collections on the syllabus. Pretty cool.
Rosario Dawson answers 21 questions for Playboy... →
I have such a girlcrush on this woman. Like, I want to go out and do whiskey shots with her. That would be an awesome Friday night.
Entertainment Weekly's Future Not Looking Too Good →
chfdigital: Entertainment Weekly has long been a guilty pleasure, the first magazine I read out of the mailbox each week. The possibility of it going under saddens me— and something I wasn’t aware of until now. I hope they survive. Not EW! The one magazine with the site I read religiously! PS - I had no idea it was that bad over there either.
The Flapper awoke from her lethargy of sub-deb-ism, bobbed her hair, put on her...– Zelda Fitzgerald
The Final Cyclon- pretty good breakdown.
feistyred: for Jessica My money is on Dualla. Mostly because I thought she was awesome and I miss her. Unless the creators are going to be DICKS and make it Starbuck because, HEY, Tory is actually the final Cylon, she’s not in the promo pic, so if she’s the final one then anybody else pictured is fair game, tee hee hee!
I don’t wear my feelings like a shiny, shiny brooch but, if I did, my...– Pushing Daisies…can’t wait for it to come back, only to leave again. I’ve come to terms with the fact that it’s going to be cancelled. At least the second season will end better than Dead Like Me’s did.
Is it really lame that I want to buy a ticket for... →
(via feistyred) I’M WORKING ALL WEEKEND! UGH.
So about how photos from my birthday party and Halloween ended up in this month’s Go Magazine. I find this absolutely hysterical/awesome.
copycats: “Don’t Stop Believin’” by Jon Regen ...
What name could you never fuck? →
disapprovingmonkey: via Jezebel. I once dated a Bayard. No. Tom, Scott, Paul, or Mark…it sucks having a dad and three brothers with incredibly common names. Though, to be fair, my last ex had a sister named Alli, so obviously it doesn’t bother everybody.
Who is your literary crush? (via The Guardian) →
Um, obviously I really dig those angst-ridden man/boys. HARRY POTTER Peter Pevensie (Chronicles of Narnia) My Secret Agent Lover Man (Weetzie Bat) Gogol Ganguli (The Namesake…though this one probably has a lot to do with the fact that he was played by Kal Penn in the movie, who I have a totally irrational crush on) (Also, if anybody reblogs this, can you PLEASE not say Edward Cullen?...