@mademoiselle BECAUSE, THE RULES!!!
The race was so good this year! I'm excited to see how California Chrome pans out. I was born and bred in the steeplechase race world in Maryland. I love going to races, but damn if they're not the WASPiest events I've ever attended. I'm going to the Preakness this year.....which is going to be a shit show. Also, Southsides>mint juleps.
Your story just turned all my frowns upside-down. Thank you!
@Katie Walsh That rules everything!!
@Annie Murphy@facebook Ugh. He's married. Never mind. I'll be single forever. A crazy cat-dog lady who chases the moon and roasts chickens in her lonesome. WHY FATE WHY.
@Annie Murphy@facebook Also, I've come to realize that I'll sometimes blindly google people that interest me, and then after the fact, I admit that I googled them because I thought that it would somehow get me closer to sleeping with them. Googling has yet to serve as an "in" for me, but can we talk about how beautiful Michael Angelakos is? But, if I'm being real here, I should also reveal that this guy I know used to be a guy who played music with Micheal Angelakos, and maybe that's a better in than googling him? ALSO, whiskey, pop music, and isolation. How's yer Friday?
Been freakin (alone) to this song all night. I don't care if they're not cool, passion pit really does it for me. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EBLuWKnKIn0
@Princess Slayer YES.
I have a big stripe of color behind my hair. It's blue and purple blending into fushia and a lighter pink. I love it! There's a smaller stripe of the same colors on the back of my head as well. I like it because I can brush or arrange my hair in a way where it's not noticable. But, I can also part my hair to the side and really make it stand out. My hair is ear length, thick, wavy, and dark brown, for reference. My stylist rules.
This article just made me realize just how bullshit the concept of the correct BMI is. 5'6 and 158 being dangerous? Please. I'm right around that range and incredibly fit and health conscious. I really dislike how vague figures can create concrete ideals.