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12th Oct 2009, 4:45 AM


We're all just looking for our Twinkies

So I FINALLY saw "Zombieland" last night, it was amazing. I loved it. as far as good movies go, it had everything:
1. nudity in slow motion
2. humor
3. violence
4. attractive people with (5.)cool weapons
6. Bill Murray

I can't wait to buy it on DVD, it's landed a spot within my top 5 favourite movies. i was actually surprised at how "deep" the movie got and how a twinkie became symbolic of something other than a penis.

I think i'll be woody harrellson's character for halloween :)

next order of business: I HAVE A TESITMONIAL!
this is in reference to my comic strip where i suggested that the perfect way to break the mood is to announce that you have a wedgie (im assuming that if you're reading this, you've read said comic strip). well, a reader of mine recently told me about how he used that method with his own little twist:

"So today I was with someone that I had been seeing a couple times and things were
getting a little too close too fast and I was getting this weird vibe. Then I briefly
remembered that comic you had about talking about wedgies. So I tried it with a little improvisation. In the middle of her sentence I said; "Hold on there for a sec I have a frontal wedgie as if my balls are being parted like the sea. I'm about to pass out." Then I proceeded to adjust my self. Outside the pants of course. Needless to say problem solved."

this was the experience of my lovely reader who shall be referred to as Designer Pancakes for now. thanks for your testimonial DP :) as I read this little story of his I couldn't help but laugh out loud.

I wonder what my "twinkie" is...what's yours?

last but not least: BUFFY

so one of my classes has this nerdily cute prof who has published an article on whedon's idea of Souls in the Buffy-verse. he showed us the site it's on, which is an online academic journal devoted to academic articles focusing on Buffy the Vampire Slayer. seriously, an entire Academic Journal devoted to Whedon's Buffy. this makes me wonder, how much longer 'til firefly/serenity follows suit? and then: how much longer until there's a university course out there devoted to the Joss Whedon and his work? I want in.
Saying all this, I must add as well: I'm finally watching Buff the Vampire Slayer. I never really got into it, but now that I'm more aware of Whedon and the academic significance of Buffy, I've begun to scout out episodes of the show that i can watch online for free. I'm almost through the first season and find it unbelieveably adorable. I first got into whedon through firefly and serenity so it's really cool to go back and see how he started off.
Also: I want Giles in my bed. Now.

my twitter posts as I watch episodes usually go like this "omg i want giles in my bed" "yes giles, that's it, be witty, i like that" "i want to see that sweater vest hastily discarded onto the floor next to my bed" etc.

5th Oct 2009, 5:14 AM



first of all, this is something you should check out:\

a dear friend of mine showed this to me and i feel it's something that should be spread around :)

next up: yes. i got laid. finally. the alarm clock i have resting in the windowsil above my bed fell between the head-board and the wall during and, well, now it's broken. the snooze button caved in. :P

and heads up ladies, wearing a pencil skirt afterwards, especially when you're "rusty", is a bad idea.

so yeah, thank fucking god I got that itch scratched. that person is truly a good friend.

I'm drawing up a comic strip or two about the comical situations that occured surrounding the event, but because i am STILL without a functional scanner (i have to resort to using a friend's scanner or my mom's) it won't be up until next weekend at the latest. So instead i took out a strip from my stash and posted it.

i drew this strip last august while in a History of Astronomy lecture. from beginning to end of the lecture (3 fucking hours thank you very much) this weird gross chick kept staring over at me. i don't know if it was because i had a can of pop in my cleavage or because she was curious about what i was drawing. she smelled funny.

all in all, things are good :D

28th Sep 2009, 6:11 AM


leaving bruises in my wake

so I'm beginning my fourth week of my second year at York U tomorrow and i can't express how much i'm loving it. i'm only working two days a week, i have a kitchen this year along with a single room and i've actually made a few new friends on campus/in classes.

I'm tits deep in reading, but that was expected. I love my profs and tutorial leaders and only have a school lust for 2 of them. my film studies TA is australian, i love her accent and she's so cool *girlie squeel!*

I haven't gotten much done in the term of writing, but I've done a lot of thinking and I think I've figure out a lot.

In relation to the comic, I've seen Inglorious Basterds twice (once because someone else paid for my ticket, [Thank you, Farty!]) and LOVED it. for a Tarantino film, it didn't feel like it. there were the usual signatures of his work (unnecessary dialogue, samuel L. Jackson and Harvey Keitel randomly showing up in small roles, etc.) but it was a great film. at times it felt kind of long, but i still loved it. especially Christoph Waltz who played Col. Hans Landa. I've never seen this actor before (that i can remember of course) but i absolutely LOVED his preformance. his acting in this movie was amazing and i just loved the character (even though I want to punch him in the face for being such a douchebag at the same time as being so charismatic). definately one of my favourite parts of the film (even outshined Brad Pitt, although i liked his "I've been chewed out before" quote).

otherwise...some news that feels big to me.

for the first time ever, I've had a guy write a poem for me. i dont want to say too much and jinx myself (when you have the luck and experience i've had with guys, you can't help but be supersticious about things). I was complaining about going to work this "morning" (i didnt wake up 'til noon), and when i got home we were talking on msn and i was telling him how shitty my shift had been and he said that he knew i didnt want to go to work today and that he thought he would try to make my day when i got home so he wrote me this:

Another day at work has passed,

Like a temporal pain in the ass,

But thank God it's not biology class!

Every now and then,

Think of big ben,

But avoid creepy old men!

Ignore the clock and focus,

But don't forget to smile,

Because you're beautiful.

to give due credit, it's from a guy named Rich.

this is kind of a big deal for me as i've never had anybody do anything "romantic" for me, much less write something just for me. the closest thing to a romantic gesture i've had was when i was unbelievably sick in dorm, called up my current fuck-buddy and convinced him to come over and he made me Mr.Noodle in the microwave (he served it on a pizza box), he played on his DS while telling me to sleep, had sex with me in the co-ed bathroom shower, and helped me pack my bag to send me to my parent's house (taking care to make sure i had the right underwear). as we were waiting for my stepdad to pick me up he put his transformers toque on my head because i was cold and we made jokes about the possibility of him humping my leg forever if i got a transformers tattoo.
these are the most romantic things that've happened to me so far.

i still feel shocked when guys show any interest in me, even if it's just for sex. yay for ugly-duckling syndrome?

some music y'all should check out:
Dr. Hook - You make my pants want to get up and dance (if this song/video doesnt make you smile, you're a heartless robot)
Cold War Kids - expensive tastes, hang me up to dry, we used to vacation
The Raconteurs - Old Enough, Level, Steady as she Goes
Tegan and Sara - walking with a ghost, back in your head 

oh: and last but not least: i've applied to Nerd Girl Pin Ups to be a Pin Up girl. We'll see how that goes...I've already got some ideas for a photo shoot or two...I love the concept of their site.

i need sleep.

12th Sep 2009, 9:46 PM


let the fun begin

I have moved into a new dorm room :) a single dorm room :)

in a old building...that's elevator is slow...and only stops every other floor...and not on my floor. you can imagine how much fun it was to move my stuff in there.

apparently "single room" means "really fucking small room" seeing as how there's no way to comfortably fit more than one person unless they're engaged in certain activities, and even then there's not much room.

also, i have a HUGE window (which is nice) that faces a tree that covers all of the window  (very nice), but squirrels watch me sleep.

adjustment to campus life was swift and easy, but my dorm room is fucking far away from the bus stop which is loads of fun when trying to bring home groceries. urgh.

i had a really funny dirty old man customer today whose expected "flirting" didn't bother me so much because he was at least funny.

not a whole lot to update as you can see.

7th Sep 2009, 6:18 AM


I need Minions

does this really warrant an explanation?

i'm moving onto campus after a grueling 3 months of living at my mom's. never again.

seriously, can't wait to be able to bring guys back to my place again.