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18

Apr

I call it, “Soju Legs.”

I call it, “Soju Legs.”

27

Feb

comfy

comfy

17

Nov

guiltless uber-pop: the ballads

Some of my favorite pop ballads from ‘97-‘08. Belt it.

(Source: 8tracks.com)

guiltless uber-pop

Basically, a ton of my favorite pop songs from the second half of the 90s until 2010. Some are obvious, others are often forgotten these days, and others are definitely just examples of my personal taste.

16

Nov

My favorite dumb way to die from the list.

My favorite dumb way to die from the list.

Dumb Ways to Die by Tangerine Kitty

A safety PSA, brought to you by Australia’s Metro. They’re very right. Exquisitely done.

05

Nov

That SNL skit this weekend about Fox News… I found myself getting truly and seriously angry at the cast, because the absurdities they were spouting and the idiotic faces they were making weren’t so far off from what I’ve heard and seen from real Fox News, that I was momentarily tricked into feeling like I was actually watching it.

You know something’s wrong when SNL doesn’t even need to try that hard to lampoon you.

01

Nov

Rave Party 1997

Oh, god. Never stop doing what you do, Rave Party 1997.

31

Oct

menandtheirdogs:

Charles and Harvey

I feel like they traded expressions right before the photo was taken.

menandtheirdogs:

Charles and Harvey

I feel like they traded expressions right before the photo was taken.

30

Oct

I’m youth. I’m joy.

I’m a little bird that has broken out of the egg.

  1. Awakening of Spring — Zbigniew Preisner
  2. Where Is Mr. Barrie? — Jan A.P. Kaczmarek
  3. Look to Your Path (Vois sur ton chemin) — Bruno Coulais
  4. Flying Jolly Roger — James Newton Howard
  5. Colin Opens His Eyes — Zbigniew Preisner
  6. The Spoon On The Nose — Jan A.P. Kaczmarek
  7. Tyger Tyger — Patrick Doyle
  8. Paper Airplanes (Les avions en papier) — Bruno Coulais
  9. I Do Believe In Fairies — James Newton Howard
  10. The Goodbye — Patrick Doyle
  11. Songs from “Friday Afternoons”, Op. 7: Cuckoo! — Choir of Downside School, Purley, Viola Tunnard & Benjamin Britten