Sunday, March 30, 2008

Incase you need to know...

I saw this online today, and I though, amazing! I mean, this is exactly what I would want to get as a favor. 

A mini diaper filled with chocolate. 

Oh wait, aren't diapers used to cover babies bottoms so they don't use the floor as a toilet?

Oh yeah. 

Sign me up. 

My apologizes if you or a loved one has ever given out a chocolate filled mini diaper. 

That was a mistake. 

Quote of the day (or, yesterday, but it was so funny): "What? Liv isn't over webkinz yet! I'm just now getting into it. Infact, I'm going to make her some webkinz bucks right now." -Nate

Sunday, March 23, 2008

Just call me model, Emily model.

So I am too tired to write anything worth reading

. . .(not that you should stop reading now or anything)

Today was Easter, and I love Easter. 

I love Easter food. It's the best. ( I hope you imagined me saying that like Nacho Libre, because I did) 

This random hair dresser asked me to model for her the other day. I hope she calls me because it sounds like fun. 

So really the point of this post was to be able to have a quote of the day. 

Quote of the day: "I can play Wii for hours and not get sore" -Stephen. 

Those ten words seriously made my week. No joke. 

I'm about to throw up from too much sugar, and mistakenly eaten ham fat. 

Time to go to bed and NOT burn off any of the food I ate past seven o'clock

Tuesday, March 18, 2008

Her name was Magill, and she called herself Lill, but everyone knew her as Nancy.

So if I could have taken a little longer to post again, that would have been really great. 

I feel like I haven't really talked about The Beatles enough. 

I shall now take the time to do that. Don't you even dare roll your eyes and close the browser. This is very important. 

I love The Beatles. I mean, love. Like, love love, not just eh, they are okay. 


Now, I don't really know when this love started. I can't really remember. I think it was when Beatles 1 was released in 2000. I was eleven. 

I used to only like their early stuff, and the new stuff really creeped me out. 

Now I love all of it. 

I am a pretty big Beatles snob too, like if your favorite song is Yellow Submarine, or you can't distinguish their voices in different songs, or you don't know that George Harrison's favorite food was hamburgers and his favorite color was purple...don't even pretend that you're a fan. Seriously. 

My personal favorite song is Here Comes The Sun. The whole thing just makes me so happy. 

I love all of their songs though. 

The only ones I ever skip are the weird Hare Krishna songs. You really have to be in the right mood for those. 

I also am a fan of most Beatles covers. MOST. 

Across the Universe (the movie) was just amazing. Amazing. 

The only famous person that I really need to meet is Paul McCartney. He is my favorite Beatle. 

Seriously though, the person responsible for making it possible for me to meet him will be my best friend for the rest of my life. 

If you're a man I might even marry you. 

Creepy fact. I'm painting a really huge picture of Paul McCartney from the Sgt. Pepper album. 

I call the painting: "I kick ass" 

I'm sorry if that word offends you. That's the name. 

Well, I'm off to help with good Rocky's revival. 

P.S. that picture of The Beatles is my favorite ever. I'm going to have it blown up in my house someday. 

Thursday, March 6, 2008

Gosh I'm tired

So Maddy personally holds me responsible for Danny Noriega being voted off tonight. 

Apparently I was supposed to be voting for him last night instead of Jason Castro. 

Psh, like that was going to happen. 

We talked about Jewish immigration in my history class. The guy that sits the seat over from me asked if I was Jewish. *sigh* Everyday? Does it have to happen everyday? Imagine if I WAS Jewish, that would get older faster

I'm going to Berkeley tomorrow with my wonderful friend Annie. 

I can't wait. 

I think I might get a ring for my nose. I'm excited. 

Nothing really interesting happened today. 

Quote of the day:"I'm going to play a little Wii!" "I want to go to the diarrhea store. They have lots of toys and clothes." -courtesy of Mel (I think by diarrhea store she meant Walmart, just a hunch.)

Wednesday, March 5, 2008

Jason Castro

Everyone watch this. 

I'm glad Paula was so entertaining last night. 

Two words. fabulous. 

Tuesday, March 4, 2008

Starbucks has it in for me.

So, you know how Starbucks has those wonderful cups with the quotes? 

I don't usually read them, I kinda forget about them. 

Well, actually I really don't have Starbucks that much. I hate coffee. 

Anyway, has anyone ever gotten the cup with the quote. . . 

"There is a special place in hell for women who don't help other women."? 

I have. 


Creep much? 


Oh goodness. American Idol, how much do I love that show you ask? A lot. More than almost any other show. 

Jason Castro is where it is at my friends. I want to have his hair please. 

I also really want a tattoo. Badly. 

Some random guy walked by me at school, and said, "hey, I see you around school all the time, and I love your hair."

I wasn't sure if he was gay, or hitting on me. Sometimes it's hard to tell with compliments like that. He had a gay hat on though, and he was coming out of the Art Department.

I love the Art building. It's probably my best friend at school. I go there when I feel overwhelmed by the smoking hoodlums in the quad. 

Last night I laughed harder then maybe ever in my life. I actually could not breath. Like, really. I thought I was going to die. 

My mom was like crying, and Maddy had her huge mouth laugh going on. Then dad, well, I think he was eating cereal. I would try and explain why we were laughing so hard, but it really wouldn't be funny in writing. Oops. 

For about 20 minutes last night, maybe more, I played a very mini harmonica, and a wooden instrument from India, or someplace like that. I was amazing. 

The harmonica was made in occupied Japan. 

It was in my dad's "memory box". He had crazy stuff in there, like Disneyland tickets, back when you got in the park for free, and had the letter tickets. Pictures he drew from when he was like three. Insane. 

Last night was when I realized where I get my compulsion to keep anything and everything that has a memory attached to it. When I'm old it might be fun. Or it might just make me feel old...oh. 

I have dibs on inheriting the occupied Japan harmonica. 

Quote of the day: "I'm not a muffin man. I'm more of a bagel person. Not really with cream cheese though, I'm more of a jam person. Boysenberry is the shit." 
(People in my philosophy class like to talk about really deep things)

Highlights for bloggers

Find the differences in these two pictures. 

Monday, March 3, 2008

Been awhile.

So I've been pretty much asleep since last Wednesday night. 

Today someone else thought I was Jewish. 

Something that I was wanting to write about the other day, is the alarming number of people wearing hats at the gym. 

It was on Saturday, and I was doing my normal Saturday gym thing. As I looked around I noticed all these idiots wearing baseball hats. You know, the kind that are sometimes worn backwards or sideways. The bill is always flat, and you can usually find a price tag on it somewhere. 


At the gym? 

I don't understand. 

Sometimes these stupid people will wear baggy basketball shorts. Try running on the treadmill in some of those. 

Hobviously they want to look cool while working out. Not really going so well for them. 

Oh Antioch, you are my first love.

Quote of the day: "I don't understand why people call it working out...working out what? And how come no one ever works in?
(This wasn't actually from today. But I thought it was fitting)

Everyone should watch Dexter on CBS. Seriously.