I’m Hungry

25 May

MMMMMM.

Low Fat’s latest collection is the epitome (I said “Epitom” instead of “Eh-pot-oh-me” for years… I am a moron) of awesome-ness and utter bliss. FOOD AND FASHION. And they get the food-FASHION-FOOD-FASHION-YAY look way better than I do, what with the egg brooches and strawberry dresses. The only form of food-fashion I’ve ever been exposed to is, well, food on my fashion.

So many unsightly stains to document so many long-gone meals. I wish I could revive that piece of cake. However, I’ll always have it on my t-shirt. Anywho…

The first picture is my expression when I see cupcakes, Latin verbs, or a math book.  The second picture is my face after seeing this collection.

Strawberry dress is AMAZING. And it has a slight CUTE ANIME KAWAII!!!! vibe which is… kind of horrifying. =+=

Yeah, I have a tendency to suffer the same experience when dealing with eggs. Except usually I’m trying my hardest to NOT get yolk all over me, which really speaks for my overall lack of hand-eye coordination and clumsiness.

Fauna. I wonder if Flora died or something?

pictures from lowfatwear.com

A Rant and a Conversation

12 May

ME: They had Kerouac on the AP list (summer reading) This is so insulting – Kerouac is too cool for *MY SCHOOL NAME HERE, feel free to insert your own school’s name*!

Friend: Hm

ME: You really should read On the Road by Jack Kerouac, it’s really good.

Friend: What list is it on? 10th or 9th?

ME: Oh, it’s on AP, but -

Friend: *taken aback, acting quite offended* WHY EVER WOULD I READ AN AP BOOK?!?!? I’M NOT GOING INTO AP!!!

ME: Well its a good book… please don’t hurt me

Friend: I DON’T READ OUTSIDE OF SCHOOL.

Me: *At this point, I think I said something witty and semi-cliched, but now I forget. Fail*

This irks the hell out of me. It’s not so much that she doesn’t read outside of school (Her life, her choice, I don’t care) but that she seemed offended, even angered, by the simple thought of reading a book for FUN. I KNOW RIGHT, READING = FUN?!?!?! IT DOESN’T HAPPEN!!! Later she established that I HATE READING ANY BOOK THE SCHOOL GIVES US, yadda yadda yadda “You’re always reading the books during lunch…”

I don’t know if the thought “I read ahead because I enjoy the book that much” ever entered her brain. Probably not, seeing as she treated the idea READING = FUN like a nuclear bomb.

But then again, she IS the one with the straight A’s. I’m the one who uses my report card as a word search.

==

AT LEAST NO ONE CAN DISAGREE WITH ME: ASIMOV BE PIMPIN’ YEAH.

Also: My dad used to drink at the same bar as Kerouac.

Grrr.

12 May

Give me cranberry muffins and leave!!!

The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy by Douglas Adams, 1984 by George Orwell, The Plague by Albert Camus, Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronte.

My Future Has Been Determined

10 May

Well, my future is pretty much etched in stone. One day I will become That Crazy Cat Lady That Dyes Her Hair Pink and Feeds Her Hundreds of Cats in the Dead of Night While Staring at Passerbys. I’m already That Crazy Girl Who Sits On My Front Lawn Petting My Cat For 30 Minutes, so this isn’t so far off… I’m guessing I’ll hit this point at around 20.

“OH GOD NO ITS THAT GIRL WHO THINKS STUFFED MICE CAN BE WORN AS CLOTHING. RUN, SHE MIGHT KILL US WITH HER SHOVEL!!!”

Fauna

via: http://community.livejournal.com/modelcouture/965868.html   Siri Tollerod for Vogue Italia May 2008

Things to do During the Weekend

9 May

1.  Reminisce with friend about our last years of elementary school – 5th and 6th grade. SIGH. Those days were so free, and cathartic. It’s strange to think how I’ve changed so much in the past few years… admittedly, I am still weird and people STILL ASK IF I’M INSANE NO I’M NOT, but I no longer run up to random people and scream “REESSSEEEEEES!!!!” in their face. And I don’t throw worms at weenie pompous morons anymore. AND I certainly do not address a certain John as “Johnny Jumping Bean” anymore or dance the Ring-Around-the-Rosey at school dances (OK lies, I still do that. On the small chance that I actually GO to the dance) or tell mean people that their hair looks like a hurricane went through it (She deserved it.) I miss elementary – I miss having people refer to my friend and I as “X and Y” instead of just “X” or “Y”. Though the other day someone did say that I reminded them of one of my more… terrifying friends, which made me quite proud. >:D

2.  Watch ninja assassin movies. Kick Ass was bleh, the only good thing in that movie was HIT GIRL (*FANDOMIZE*) and Red Mist’s ludicrously cool hair. Number 9 was kind of a disappointment, but the amazing visuals/Seven (LIKE HIT GIRL WITHOUT GUNS)/post-apocalyptic world made up for it. I almost cried at the end, which is strange because I usually am quite cold-hearted and don’t cry. Hmmm. Leon was FAN-FREAKING-TASTIC – I want to dress and act like Mathilda – she is the epitome of kewlerz. Her constant requests to be his lover remind me of my childhood days – trying to be more mature and grown-up than I was/ever will be. Ahhhhh… those were the good ol’ days.

3. DRESS UP IN A KIMONO SNAZZLE I FOUND IN THE THRIFT STORE!

A round of applause for bad photo-editing skillz please?

My mom was so mad when I bought this.

Today was not kimono-and-tshirt weather. I have serious issues with the weather – one day its 80 (with thunderstorms and hail), the next day its 40 and windy. WEATHER, WHY CAN’T YOU JUST BE 60 WITH PARTIALLY CLOUDY SKYS AND A 5 MPH BREEZE, HUH?! Its not that  I mind windy days, but I’m tired of walking up the street fearing that I’ll go Splat! any minute. Also: leaves in eyes. Quite painful.

Its really hard to write something that doesn’t sound like a 7-year-old’s ramblings when one is listening to Lady Gaga O_O

kbiez, fauna

nature photos

6 May

Following the trend started by Fauna, I put up my own nature photos:)

~Flora

28 Apr

 

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