Last night I dreamt of a dilapidated stone ruin where, if we jumped from cairn to cairn in the correct pattern, a secret door in the ground opened up and permitted us to enter an underground crystal cavern full of friendly cats.
5 Things I Liked This Week (or last week, because I think last week I forgot):
1. I survived open mic night! I was the only female comic performing, and possibly the least experienced, but I'm happy with my performance, and I got good feedback on it.
2. Free tiny Frappuccino!
3. Beer and complaining about how much boys suck is an excellent way to spend a Saturday
4. I signed up for the Ann Friedman newsletter and she provides tons of links for weekend reading.
5. Going away for a week on Monday! Huzzah!
@claire2222 the website she formerly wrote for.... is this one
But what does it taste like?
Can we please have more incredible forearms on primetime, please
@apolsasam Are you one of the alien-human hybrids mentioned above?
By Onymous on Friday Open Thread
@OhMarie My brother was unaware that Pan's Labyrinth was rated R. He went in assuming it was a darkish kids movie.
Imagine his surprise.
"one of the devil's many hellbrides" is my new twitter bio
Yeah, it's just 90's clothes, but I guess instead of embracing the wildest aspects of a "vintage" style- like with bright mod 60's prints or something- the 90's is just coming back in a much weirder, subtler way. The woman in the side strip sweat pants, white t-shirt, french manicure, and high heeled tennis shoes actually made me angry. her normcore was coming at me all wrong.
It also seems "shitty baseball cap" is a vital part of this look.
By stonefruit on Are You Normcore?
First of all, those shiny pants offend me.
Second of all, if I never stopped wearing Doc Marten Mary Janes (1998-present), is that normcore or lazycore or ??
By LindsayA on Are You Normcore?
@Jaya I came here to post this exact comment. I wear things because the last time I tried I was told "You can't go grocery shopping naked" and also they keep me warm. Why does this approach to clothing have to have a fashion name?