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So I saw The Host with Le Boyfriend yesterday (bless him for going along to some terrible movies just so I can fangirl) and…wow. I have a truly astonishing streak of masochism when it comes to fangirling actors I like (but we know this already). Max Irons was kind of disappointing, but Jake Abel was pretty good in spite of the crappy material and looks like a really good kisser and Saiorse Ronan did the best she could, but the whole thing was kind of a hilarious mess of random punching and even more random making out. Worth renting just for a cute guy fix and for the lolz, if anything.

(Side note: People who still watch SPN, is Adam/Michael still languishing down in Hell? I might be persuaded to pick it up again if he comes back…)

In real world news, I still don't have a job yet but one of my RL friends is going to try to pull some strings for me, so we'll see how that turns out. In the mean time, I interviewed for PTA school a couple of days ago and feel pretty good about it, so I get to spend the next couple of weeks doing jury duty and waiting to find out if I got in or not IN ADDITION to hoping I can finally get a job. I guess this is where the frantic praying and nursing of ulcers comes in?

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"Our ideals are our better selves…" -- Amos Bronson Alcott

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Cheers.
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So Le Boyfriend is at the DMV since his license expires on his birthday (which is in two days) and I just thought I'd post this little text exchange we had so y'all have some idea of what I live with:

Le Boyfriend: At what point does boredom become murderous psychosis?
Me: Usually right around when you start visualizing how many people you could kill before someone finally took you down. Wouldn't recommend a killing spree though, DMV has state troopers and state troopers have guns
[…]
Le Boyfriend: The key to an effective and efficient murder spree is proper planning. Aim for the troopers first

….The sad thing is this is actually fairly normal as our conversations go.

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That being said, have this pic looleebelle sent me of Stark looking all of 16 years old )

Finally, just because I'm a huge movie nerd (and a closet English nerd), have this hilarious video Le Sibling sent me: Pulp Shakespeare (YOU KNOW YOU'RE CURIOUS) )

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"Go with the best you've got…" -- Al Lopez

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Cheers.
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Y'all, I just found Le Boyfriend eating a sandwich with bread two weeks past its expiration date. He seemed supremely unbothered when I pointed this out. Why, you ask?

"It doesn't have any mold on it"

At first I was like
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But then I
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It's official, I live with a hobo.

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"I'm not confused. I'm just well mixed..." -- Robert Frost

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Cheers.

P.S. - I'll be honest, I threw in the Stark gif so y'all could have some pretty to balance out the gross. Hope it helps.
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Oof, so...um...hi? I know it's kind of been a while, to put it mildly. Where to start...

1) My birthday was this past Sunday. Gifts include...

Season 1 of Sons of Anarchy
Season 2 of Sons of Anarchy
DVD of the cartoon/Disney Alice in Wonderland (for sentimental reasons)
A truly awesome birthday song left on my voicemail
A year's paid journal time from "Anonymous" (*cough*[livejournal.com profile] looleebelle*coughcough*)
Several birthday posts from y'all (including at least two that used the exact same Stark picture XD)
A $50 Bath & Body Works gift card (which I've already spent most of...)

But alas, no tattoo/nose piercing yet (I ran out of money for it buying Christmas presents, plus replacing yet another dead pair of headphones). Plus jury's still out on what Le Boyfriend got me, as he says he wants to give his present alongside his Christmas present. He did hint that both things were shiny though, so my inner magpie is pleased :P

2) I survived final exams (ranging from stupidly hard to suspiciously easy) and wound up with the following final/overall grades:

Strength & Conditioning - B (I was resigned to a C after how the first two tests went...)
Fitness Assessment & Programming - B (God bless the grade padding provided by my lab section)
Drugs & Behavior - A

And I'm all signed up for my classes next term:

Clinical Internship (yes, it counts for course credit)
Program Design & Administration
Therapeutic Modalities (translation: Rehab/Physical Therapy)
Obesity & Weight Management

So my university life continues to putter along, leaving me all set for my....last semester. Gulp.

3) Went to Le Boyfriend's graduation, and even managed to keep from teasing him about how he has to do real word/like-a-motherfucking-adult things now. At least they pronounced his name right and he seemed pretty happy.

4) Saw Immortals with Le Boyfriend at some point before I headed back to the Ol' Homestead for winter hols. I think my Facebook review, once again, sums it up pretty nicely:

"Saw "Immortals" tonight or, to sum it up, "Greek myth as retold by Frank Miller -- sex, blood, and oily, rippling abs as far as the eye could see". Not bad if you like brainless action flicks and aren't too attached to the original source material. 6.5/10 overall if you go in not taking it seriously."

It's sort of like cotton candy for your brain, only with glorious abs and suspiciously perfect teeth.

Aaaand that's about it for now. I hope the holidays aren't getting y'all too down -- remember, killing sprees are never worth the jail time, especially if it's your family. Peace!

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"Love is metaphysical gravity..." -- R. Buckminster Fuller

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Cheers.
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Internets, y'know what's kind of awkward? When you go to a job/internship interview and find your (potential) supervisor looks exactly like Cazwell. Yeah, THAT Cazwell )

I managed not to crack up for no apparent reason, but it was a close thing.

For those who hadn't heard, I GOT THE JOB \o/

Ahem. Anyway, I watched Glee episode 3xwhatsit last night (God bless DVR) and I have some #feelingz: Opinions ahoy! )

So that's all I've got for the moment. Aside from getting ready for the usual end of semester grind, everything is pretty much copacetic IRL. Also, in randomly hilarious news, Le Boyfriend said this morning that he wants to go see Happy Feet 2 this weekend. TOO ADORABLE FOR WORDS.

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"Toleration is the best religion..." -- Victor Hugo

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Cheers.
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So, internets, I find myself on the horns of something of a quandary -- a dilemma, if you will. On Friday, there's a pretty good chance I may have to do a maximal cardiac stress test (jogging on a treadmill at higher speeds/grades until I can't do it anymore), but two of the three psychiatric medications I'm currently taking list dizziness, heart rate/blood pressure effects, or both as side effects. As a result, I'm somewhat concerned my heart might explode or something while I'm doing this, even though my HR/BP were normal at my last physical a couple of months ago.

So my dilemma is this; should I email my lab professor and tell her all this? Or suck it up and do the test anyway and pray I don't pass out/die/burst into flames? I'm not sure, mostly because the pill bottles don't exactly say "In case of cardiac stress testing..."

Blah, my life, as y'all can see, is clearly so very hard.


ETA: Prof has been emailed. Better safe than sorry, right?

In other news, Le Boyfriend and I are due to move into Le (New) Flat this coming Saturday. We haven't started packing yet.

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I haven't really started because I'm expending all of my energy just getting out of bed and going to class (my mood swings have really spectacular timing that way) and Le Boyfriend hasn't because he...well, I don't know why he hasn't started packing yet. I suppose that's a question for the philosophers.

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"A day without laughter is a day wasted..." -- Charlie Chaplin

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Cheers.

P.S. - When Le Boyfriend and I were driving back to university land, we were able to see/smell the smoke from the wildfires and Le Boyfriend even pointed out some patches of scorched earth. The weird thing is, I noticed the burning plant smell but didn't realize what it meant at first because I'm used to that smell in the autumn (someone in my neighborhood burns their raked leaves even though you're not supposed to do that). It was a definite zoinks moment when I realized what I was smelling O_o
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The GK re-watch is today! The GK re-watch is today!

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Anyone who isn't busy battening down the hatches and busting out the floaties is both welcome and highly encouraged to go here and flail with me and [livejournal.com profile] abrokencompass. We might even possibly have cookies (or something).

So come get some, y'all! Please?

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"Freedom is from within..." -- Frank Lloyd Wright

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Cheers.

P.S. - I saw Don't Be Afraid of the Dark avec Le Boyfriend last night. Not only was it far less scary than the hype led me to believe, but it also made me decide that it was a thinly veiled reference to Katie Holmes's kidnapping into Scientology (think about it -- she gets targeted by a tiny, insane midget to join his seemingly crazy quasi-cult...)
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Oof, I've had just about enough of pretending to be a responsible adult for today. *flop*

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Anyway, THINGS!

THING THE FIRST: I have a job interview on Monday! It's for an English/writing tutor position through the university and, considering all the time I considering reading/writing and how well I've been doing at English classes for years, I'm feeling pretty good about my odds. Not to jinx it or anything ohGod

THING THE SECOND: Le Boyfriend and I FINALLY watched Tangled last night and loved it. Amusingly, it seems to have put Le Boyfriend on a Disney kick -- we're watching Princess & The Frog as I write this very post (his idea, even!). Sign he's a keeper? I do believe so.

(Pause to appreciate the irony/role reversal action in how he chooses to watch Disney movies and I like war movies...shouldn't it be the other way around?)

THING THE LAST: The new apartment is mostly sorted out. I just have to go sign the lease in person and pay the pet deposit for my vicious trained attack kitten and then all that's left is to move in sometime in the middle of September. LOOK AT ME BEING ALL RESPONSIBLE AND SHIT.

That's all I've got for now. How are y'all?

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"I've lost my faith in science..." -- Bette Davis

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Cheers.
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Sooo, one of those my-life-is-a-T.V.-show moments happened to me earlier. Written in script form for y'all's convenience.

The scene: Random convenience store
The cast: Me, Le Boyfriend, and Cashier Guy

Me: *wanders up to pay for purchases with Le Boyfriend in tow*
Cashier: *brightens* Hey, you should know we're having a sale on Snickers bars today *gestures to big ol' rack of chocolate next to the register*
Me: Uh...no thanks. *still paying*
Cashier guy: It's a good deal, I sold 100something yesterday and am looking to sell more today, blah blah blah
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(Expression of "Why is he still talking?")
Le Boyfriend: Photobucket

And then as Le Boyfriend and I were walking back to the car...

Me: Why d'you suppose he was so enthusia-- *glances at purchases in bag* Oh. OH.

And then I did this:
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Why, you ask?

Because I was buying tampons and Midol. Yeah. VERY FUNNY, CASHIER GUY.


Cheers.
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He's about to take it all off, y'all...

NOT LIKE THAT, YOU PERVS.

Le Boyfriend: The Before Picture )

#prayercircle #hairpocalypse #hairtodaygonetomorrow

ETA: It's done! More pictures...

Le Boyfriend: The During Picture )

Aaaaaand Le Boyfriend: The AFTER Picture )

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Holy shit, you guys...

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"I decline to accept the end of man..." -- William Faulkner

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Cheers.
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Oof, sometimes I really suck at updating this thing. Maybe I need to find myself another thirty-day writing meme.

Just dropping in mostly to relay a hilarious GK fangirl moment I had yesterday: Le Boyfriend's mother's birthday was yesterday, so we went out with his family to this Brazillian steakhouse (complete with Portuguese name and words on the menu). I may or may not have spent embarrassing portions of the night quoting Baptista lines to myself....*ahem*

Anyway, have a couple of my favorite shipping related gifs. Get your slash goggles on tight, folks )

Random post is random, but at least it serves to prove I'm alive. How are y'all?

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"Money often costs too much..." -- Ralph Waldo Emerson

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Cheers.

P.S. - Okay, so I just found this ... )

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I cannot deal with Chris Hemsworth's dancing in that vid. I CANNOT.
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Howdy doo, internets, just stopping in mostly to drop off a couple of rants.

Rant the first (warning for domestic violence discussion) )

Aaaand rant the second (which my international flisters probably won't care about) )

Blah, blah, life is hard, etc. etc. If anyone needs me, I'll just be over here moping about my first world problems.

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"Chance favors the prepared mind..." -- Louis Pasteur

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Cheers.
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Soooo yeah, Le Boyfriend and I saw Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2 together at midnight last night (er...this morning). It was pretty intense, honestly, and there was the usual requisite couple of people who showed up in interesting costumes, including a guy in the row in front of us who was in PERFECT Voldemort costume (right down to a bald cap glued against his skin) and a girl waiting to claim her tickets in a full-body Snitch outfit (gold unitard, wings, the works).

ANYWAY, I promised a reaction post, so here we go *cracks knuckles* )

This is a fairly skeletal reaction post, I'll probably add more things as they occur to me so feel free to check back from time to time or, if anyone feels so inclined, share your own noteworthy moments!

Finally, for anyone that's still reading this post by this point, here's the next part of the thirty day writing meme:

Day Twenty-Two: Have you ever participated in a fest or a Big Bang? If so, write about your favorite experience in relation to one. If not, are there any you've thought about doing? And if not, why not?

Um...nope. I'd like to, for sure, but I never seem to have a substantial plot bunny at the time that these things go down. Then there's also the fact that I'm horribly insecure about my shorter works (if you can call them that) even at the best of times, and also the lingering paranoia that my muse would crap out on me THE MOMENT I finished signing up for the fucking thing. Like I said in some post before; my neuroses, they are many.

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"You will go most safely in the middle..." -- Ovid

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Cheers.
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So, internets, Le Boyfriend and I finally saw Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides (aka "Look! This one doesn't have Keira Knightley and Orlando Bloom and their combined range of five different facial expressions!") this afternoon and, well, it was...interesting. Not awful, but not amazing, but certainly not a horrendous way to spend an afternoon. Here's essentially what happened:

1) Missionary boy and mermaid girl were really, really adorable (I actually liked them the most, I think)

2) Johnny Depp and Penelope Cruz spent most of the movie smoldering insincerely at each other

3) Uncle Vernon was possibly the frumpiest, most ineffectual King I've ever seen in my life

4) Johnny Depp seduces Judi Dench (I'm not making this up, it was fucking hilarious)

5) Blackbeard's ship fwooshed things with its built in flamethrowers (I know, I know)

6) Blackbeard was basically awesome (ETA: And was also evidently Mr. Bobinsky in Coraline, which just cracks me up for some reason)

7) The Spanish were pointless (and cheekbone-y)

ETA 2: 8) I don't care if his appearance was totally random, everything about Keith Richards was awesome. "Does this face look like it's been to the fountain of youth?" HA!

The plot tried to go in too many places at once (which is why I think some of the acting suffered in places), but the effects were good, the cinematography/scenery was amazing, and some of the jokes were fucking hilarious, so Le Boyfriend and I came out of it mostly entertained.

Anyway, in other news, my neighbors acquired a Wii (more specifically a Wii Fit). You haven't seen funny until you've seen a balding, overweight, middle-aged white guy (aka Mr. Next Door) using an invisible hula hoop. It was like this

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only multiplied by a factor of ten. His wife and I were watching in bemusement...

Mrs. Next Door: *glances at me* What're we gonna tell the paramedics?
Me: That he sprained his groove thing?

Much hilarity ensued, which was honestly worth the eye-bleach-necessitating sight that spawned the conversation.

Finally, of course, the meme continues:

Day Four: Do you have a "muse" character, that speaks to you more than others, or that tries to push their way in, even when the fic isn't about them? Who are they, and why did that character became your muse?

Erm...not really. I suppose it depends on the fandom, in which case I sometimes find myself focusing a bit more than I should I characters to whom I can more easily relate, but otherwise not so much. It's not really a constant thing. For instance, I can really relate to Tunny, but he doesn't always wind up being a focus in anything Idiot-related that I write (unless that was the point of the story from the beginning, lol)

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"May you live every day of your life..." -- Jonathan Swift

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Cheers.
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I have just returned from seeing X-Men: First Class with Le Boyfriend. A few things:

1) I have never shipped anything in my ENTIRE LIFE as hard as I ship Charles/Erik. Sweet merciful Jesus, I can think of at least two scenes off the top of my head where I was expecting bittersweet, poignant makeouts (and two more where I was legit writing threesome fic in my head during the scene).

2) I recognized Havoc from a Taylor Swift music video. I sort of hate myself for that. (I have a bizarre, unhealthy love for what a raging douche he is as a character though)

3) Today was yet another sign that I've seen entirely too many movies in my life; I lost count of how many people looked familiar at fifteen somewhere in the middle of the movie. I'm still working to identify them all *facepalm*

4) "Don't touch the hair" -- AHAHAHAHA, oh movie, I see what you did there (ditto re: the X-Men part with Charles and Moira at the end).

5) I'm still deciding how to feel about the Wolverine cameo; one part of me thinks it was cheesy and predictable, but the rest of me thinks it was pretty damn funny.

6) Michael Fassbender is really too good at being unbelievably scary, even though I sporfled at some of his straining faces and Le Boyfriend and I both did jazz hands during that thing with him and Charles and the satellite.

All in all, I felt it was pretty enjoyable, even though some of the things it did to canon continuity gave me a couple of legit eyetwitch moments. Anyone who hasn't seen it yet should definitely check it out whenever possible.

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"All war is deception..." -- Sun Tzu

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Cheers.
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Salutations, internets! I'm taking a break from writing to just post a couple of quick things:

1) A big wave hello to all the folks who wandered over here from the [livejournal.com profile] generation_kill friending meme (including more Idiot fans *flails happily*)! I hope y'all enjoy yourselves in my odd little corner of the internet.

2) After remembering a couple of people's interest in adding me on it, I'm now contemplating getting MSN Messenger. There might be more than just the couple of people around here who have it and might be interested in chatting, so I pose the question to you, internets:

[Poll #1747267]

Aaand that's about it. I may post a (rather lengthy) preview of my Tunny/Will/EG costume!fic later, since my muse is still struggling a bit so the writing is going at the approximate speed of frozen molasses traveling uphill. Now to dive back in!

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ETA (because I forget things): Le Boyfriend honest-to-God spaced on who Mark Zuckerberg is yesterday. He texted me asking "What has Mark Zuckerberg done?"

I was agape and agog, internets. Am I overreacting? Is this a side effect of spending way too much time on the internet? Or does Le Boyfriend live under an even bigger rock than I do?


Also, [livejournal.com profile] eiirene and [livejournal.com profile] jean_iris, horrible enablers that they are, might possibly have gotten me a tiny bit interested in figure skating (and by "a tiny bit interested" I mean I'm slowly becoming obsessed with Stéphane Lambiel). Picspams of his fabulousness are now totally welcome *coughs*

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"An idea is salvation by imagination..." -- Frank Lloyd Wright

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Cheers.

P.S. - Am also re-reading The Dresden Files to a) make up for the utterly rage-inducing experience of watching the T.V. version and b) get ready for the release of the next book in late July. Anyone who wishes to geek out with me over them is strongly encouraged to (if you don't mind much flailing and keyboard mashing of glee).
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Blargh, sometimes I hate the way my brain reacts to certain trends -- sometimes, I catch on to something while it's popular and then I have great company with which to flail about it, but most of the time some really popular, seemingly good things just don't catch my interest no matter how hard I try. This, in theory, isn't a huge problem (doing your own thing is good, right?) but it makes me a little annoyed at myself because I see some of these things popping up all over my flist and I wish I could care about the subject matter enough that I could join in.

For instance, consider The Borgias. It's been popping up all over the place (even in [livejournal.com profile] ohnotheydidnt) and -- much as I love Jeremy Irons -- I just can't get interested in it. To me, it comes across as a subtly different stripe of this.

Not to mention Game of Thrones, which seems like it should be totally my cup of tea, but I'm not especially intrigued there either. And then there's the fact that I still haven't seen The Social Network or Inception and just...argh. I hate my brain and fully encourage anyone who's currently fangirling over any of these things to tell me things you like about them or, if you feel especially perceptive, what you think I might like about them.


Anyway, let's move on to a less whiny note. Unfortunately, the vamp!fic is still going to be on hiatus for at least another few days (because real life is crazy like that right now), so I'm sitting here trying to knock some ideas loose for my GK/AI crossover, which led to me shamelessly stealing a meme that someone posted their results of over in [livejournal.com profile] idiot_fanworks:

Pick an American Idiot character or pairing and I'll give you a few facts about them from my personal fanon or things I would like to see happen to them. If you like, you could also pick a character or a pairing and toss me a small prompt about something in particular you would like to see -- hilarious fireworks shenanigans from one particular July 4th the boys spent together, for example. I'm flexible!

This might not go well for me and I might possibly have misconstrued the rules of the meme (please tell me/correct me if I did), but what the hell, let's give this a whirl. If any of these happen to fit the canon for the crossover, I'll mention that somewhere (this seems like it would be a good way to throw in some of the extra scenes I love but will probably never be able to use in the actual story).

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"Look back and smile on perils past..." -- Walter Scott

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Cheers.

P.S. - Le Boyfriend and I saw Insidious this afternoon and, aside from relying 90% on jump scares and getting a little bit ridiculous toward the end, it was actually halfway decent. If you startle easily, I'd suggest avoiding this one, but otherwise it's a good way to spend an afternoon.
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So, internets, remember how I mentioned that Le Boyfriend and I have acquired a kitten (that my neighbors are currently petsitting)? And how I said I would post pictures? Welp, here they are!

'That's twice this month that you've slipped deadly nightshade into my tea and run off' 'Three times!'... )

So that's Le Boyfriend's and my new kitty, circa 10ish weeks old (if my neighbor's estimate of her age was correct). I know my RL posts on here can be kind of dull, but hopefully the adorable bb!kitty kind of makes up for it. In terms of fandom, work is slowly (but surely) continuing on my GK/AI crossover and [livejournal.com profile] mcl4r3n should be getting back from traveling soon so the vamp!fic will also (hopefully) be coming out of hiatus sometime this week. Stay tuned!

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Cheers.
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So, internets, I have something of a conundrum on my hands. Based on the following symptoms, I can't tell if I'm getting sick or if my chronic stress-a-holic tendencies are starting to cause me physical harm:

1) My head hurts constantly (my neck occasionally hurts too)
2) My stomach hurts most of the time (it's probably bad that I'm in my early twenties and find myself taking chewable antacids multiple times per week)
3) I have no desire (or energy) to do anything that involves getting out of bed
4) I'm constantly exhausted regardless of how much sleep I get

Then again, it could conceivably be a mix of both (stress and sickness often go hand in hand in a vicious FML sort of way).

But here's what makes it better: A group term project in one of my classes is going to make my life a living hell for the next two and a half weeks at least. AT LEAST.

And that's not including my other classes.

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Ultimately, I've decided that, should I manage to keep my straight A's through the end of the semester, I will be treating myself to these (something tells me Ray-Ray would approve).

Also, on a brighter note, I just had this text exchange with my neighbor (the one who's looking after Le Boyfriend's and my kitten):

Neighbor: We have discovered the joys of ponytails and paper grocery sacks
Me: Who? Sally?
Neighbor: Yup
Me: She'll love [Le Boyfriend] then (his ponytail is still one of [my current cat]'s favorite cat toys)

Poor Le Boyfriend...

Finally, so this post won't be entirely bitching about how my life sucks (and because it will cheer me up), have a small Die Mommie Die gifspam:

There's crazy...and then there's Lance Sussman... )

Okay, so it wasn't that small, but really, I fail to see how that's a bad thing.

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"The future will be better tomorrow..." -- Dan Quayle

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Cheers.

P.S. - Am I the only one who's getting all wistful and nostalgic because of the "How did you find this fandom?" post over in [livejournal.com profile] generation_kill? It's making me all misty-eyed.
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There's a real post coming, I promise, but first I want to describe what just happened because it was weird enough that I want to immortalize it for posterity.

Basically, I was sitting around writing, answering email, etc. when Le Boyfriend wandered in and started cracking up right when he was about to say something to me.

Me: *quirks eyebrow at him without looking up from screen*
Le Boyfriend: Robot vampire buttsnakes from hell.
Me: ...excuse me?
Le Boyfriend: Robot vampire buttsnakes from hell *starts cracking up again*

So I lower my laptop screen and just stare at him and, just when I'm thinking that he might have finally snapped and could conceivably kill me in my sleep, he explains.

Le Boyfriend: It's this phrase that just popped into my head that I know I've heard from somewhere, I just can't remember where. I'm pretty sure it was something you introduced me to, actually.
Me: ...[Le Boyfriend], what the fuck?
Le Boyfriend: Oh wait, it was that web comic! Two Lumps! That's where it's from.

It turns out he was talking about this.

This is what I have to live with every day. Never a dull moment, I swear.

The moral of the story: Web comics can be funny in context, but they can be even funnier out of context. Also, this is what happens when you date a crazy person.


And one more thing, just to cement the utter pointlessness of this post: Even though I'm pretty sure I've done this one before in some other incarnation, here's a meme I gacked from [livejournal.com profile] eiirene:

IF YOUR LIFE WAS A MOVIE, WHAT WOULD THE SOUNDTRACK BE?
So, here's how it works:
1. Open your library (iTunes, Winamp, Media Player, iPod, etc)
2. Put it on shuffle
3. Press play
4. For every question, type the song that's playing
5. When you go to a new question, press the next button
6. Don't lie and try to pretend you're cool

Some of these...Idek, y'all )

That's all for now, stay tuned for another (more substantial) post with what I'm hoping will be a nice surprise for some of you in it. In the mean time, feel free to go back and stare at this picture.

You're welcome.

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Cheers.

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