The Lovers (via Home of the Vain) →
Yeah, pretty much how I deal with relationships, right there. (NSFW I don’t care how much of a sense of humor your boss has, she/he will not be amused.)
Because I’m an idiot and waited until the last minute to buy my train ticket home, the Vermonter filled up and I’m now stuck waking up at 5:30 Thursday morning to catch the regional shuttle. GODDAMMIT.
Pretty much sums up my shift today:
Customer: Oh my God, it's so busy...how do you do it?
Me: Lots of patience and smiles.
Customer: Oh really?
Me: I'm also kind of drunk.
Customer: Let's do shots!
#104 Girls with Bangs (via Stuff White People... →
I was inspired to give myself bangs freshman year after watching Shannyn Sossoman film a SVU episode on campus. It was a bad decision.
Stevie Wonder, “I Believe (When I Fall in...
I don't know whether I should start taking notes... →
Now that I live in New York City, I’ve come to enjoy visiting home for the...– (via Kid Pretentious) This is exactly why I’m so strangely excited to go back to New Hampshire next week. People keep asking me why I’m going and my only reasons so far seem to be the pool and the pug.
Comedian George Carlin dies at 71 →
katiecheek: Man. I’m so upset about this. I saw Carlin in 2005 at the MGM in vegas and he was awesome. If my Carlin shirt wasn’t in maryland, I would wear it all day What is it with everybody dying lately?! Cyd Charisse, Stan Winston, AND George Carlin, all in the last week alone…
Um, when did they turn Saved! into a musical? →
As a big fan of the movie I was actually considering buying tickets…until I watched this video and am guessing it most likely sucks.
Arrested Development GIFs...I'm way too easily... →
Interview with Mel Brooks (via Ain't It Cool) →
One of the highlights of living in New York for me was meeting Mel Brooks when I was working at French Roast. I tried to play it cool and pretend I didn’t know who he was, but he called me on my bullshit and, when I finally admitted I was a big fan, he asked my name, kissed me on the cheek, and said, “I didn’t think I was that old yet.”
Today at Target I picked up the second season of Arrested Development (the only one I didn’t have), Fast Times at Ridgemont High, and Dazed and Confused, all for less than $20! Whee! Brianna: Why did you buy those movies? They’re so…stereotypical. Me: They’re only stereotypical if you get the Criterion editions.
Excerpt from an email my mom just sent me:
“Not trying to be a mom, but just another single woman who was on the dating scene not too long ago. It’s so hard being single. It’s so hard dating. Embrace the incredible, creative, wonderful woman you are, and know that there is someone out there for you who will compliment, not complete you. Be kind to yourself.”
Enough With the Marauding Teenagers! (via... →
Usually I think the commenters on Brownstoner are over-privileged twats, but posts like these always make me nervous because I’ve been reading a lot recently that happen to take place in my neighborhood. Complaining gentrifiers who forget sometimes that Brooklyn hasn’t been completely Disney-fied yet? Or real cause for concern? My thinking is, you want my $49 Shuffle, you little...
The Movie Review: ‘The Happening’ (via TNR.com) →
Is it weird that I kind of want to see this movie while hopped up on all sorts of substances because I suspect it just might be the comedy of the summer?
Ryan Adams walked by my work yesterday, drinking an iced coffee and still rocking that nasty blonde dye. When I tried to tell my coworkers about it, they all were like, “Everything I do, I do it for you?”
"Wendy's a 22-year-old art school graduate... →
Ben Folds Five, “Kate” Oh, hey middle...
I doubt they say penis and vagina. It’s probably God-stick and shame-cave.– Comment from an article about the Duggar family…more lolz here…or maybe everything is just that much funnier at 5AM.
I wouldn’t go on another date without agreeing on a safeword first.– Katie giving me dating advice.