Three Pears, three pairs, 3 X 2=6, threesome times two, six-tom, sex-a-ton, burn calories, hunger, pear, two more, and that makes three pears.

This is my brain:

Saturday, September 25, 2010

Tuesday, September 21, 2010


This was the week of ecstasy when I realized Hype Machine wasn't blocked at work anymore.

Source: WeHeartIt

Day 168/365: Sun Lips, Black Moth Super Rainbow.
Their name sounds like a bad initials answer in Balderdash. BMSR? Black Moth Super Rainbow.

Day 169/365: Golden Skans, The Klaxons.
A signature Klaxon's piece, idyllic for summer time (what's left of it).

Day 170/365: Zebra, Beachhouse.
Tidings of the great white striped horse. Too bad the female vocals sound male; she's gorgeous live but you're surprised that she's a she!

Day 171/365: I Remember, DeadMau5 (Caspa remix).
The perfect Indie lullaby.

Day 172/365: I Need A Dollar, Aloe Blacc.
A dollar is all I need, except not, because I would just buy more pretty shirts with it.

Day 173/365: The Suburbs, Arcade Fire.
1) It's amazing 2) I have a serious fear of missing out on the social media platform, thus conformity.

Day 174/365: Anthems for a 17 Year Old Girl, Broken Social Scene.
Park that car, drop that phone, dream about me.

24 down, 29 to go! 

Friday, September 17, 2010

Shel Silverstein

I love Shel Silverstein poetry. In childhood, I read Falling Up about 20 times through. Considering that I was a very illiterate and foreign child, that's an accomplishment! The imagery in the poems is incredibly playful and fun. Here are some of my favorites.

I Know You Little, I Love You Lots

I know you little, I love you lots,
my love for you could fill ten pots,
fifteen buckets, sixteen cans,
three teacups, and four dishpans.

Falling Up

And I fell up-
Up to the roof tops
Up past the tree tops
Up over the mountias
Up where the colors
Blend into the sounds
But it go me so dizzy
When I looked around
I got sick to my stomach
And I threw down

I wrote a blog about these poems
To be read from the comfort of your homes

Monday, September 13, 2010

Seasonal September

Sources: WeHeartIt

What in the world is in season right now? 

beet greens
bell peppers
potatoes (maincrop)
sweet potatoes
wild mushrooms
Fruit and Nuts: 

Potato, Patatoe

Sunday, September 12, 2010


And my regular music selections return. More indie and tranquil than ever. 

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Day 161/365: He Wasn't Man Enough, Toni Braxton.
I distinctly remember what 10 year old me thought about this song: "Toni isn't a girl's name!"

Day 162/365: Firecracker, Frazey Ford.
An alliteration appears about. Also, an amazingly airy articulation.

Day 163/365: The Co-dependent, Sia.
Just getting into Sia. She's low key up beat and doesn't just sing, but makes music with her voice.

Day 164/365: Kettering, The Antlers.
Slow tempo, relaxing, perfect for social media report research... or bubble baths!

Day 165/365: I Want You (She's so heavy), The Beatles.
This song is a picture of my emotion: nostalgic, weighed down, and bloated.

Day 166/365: Cannibal Queen, Miniature Tigers.
Coming for your heart like a cannibal, oh she let's me right in and i'm fed till i'm full.

Day 167/365: Garbage Truck, Sex Bob-Omb (Beck).
I am in lesbians with Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World.

23 down, 29 to go!


This week I found my old CD's from the early 2000s, you're welcome.

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154/365: Cold Hard B*****, Jet.
Just a kiss on the lips and I was on my knees, oh waiting give me... more CD GOLD? I think I will!

Day 155/365: Shalala Lala, Vanga Boys.
What's that? Oh, I'm just making some noise for the vanga boys.

Day 156/365: My Everything, 98 Degrees.
How old is Nick now? Do you think he's over Jessica and ready for our inevitable love affair?

Day 157/365: Bang Bang Boom, The Moffats.
Do da do do, Do da do do. Just time traveled to 2001.

Day 158/365: Just For You, Janet Jackson.
Yes it's cool, yes I'm in the mood. Overtly sexual songs for children!

Day 159/365: Bring Down The House, S Club.
Ummm, the S stands for Sanja club. This was my argument, for an entire year of my young life.

Day 160/365: Liquid Dreams, O-Town.
Songs about ejaculation whilst sleeping, for kids! Who thought it was OK for 10 yr old me to hear this?

22 Down, 30 to go!

Monday, September 6, 2010

Cheer Up

I have a serious case of the mean reds. As of today all of my friends are long-distance. Here is a blog entry featuring some Internet finds that make me happy/ are keeping me from breaking down into a tiny friend-less mess.

Mustache  Mugs! If you find the Hitler one, let me know! 

I'm a softie for hard boiled eggs. 

Old cartoons of anthropomorphized animals. 

So really only 27.2% of me is sad. 



Parisian Macaroon.

A spoon full of sugar. 

In Soviet Russia, sad are you. 

My greatgrandmother, looked exactly like this. 

Breakfast Balloons!

Cheer up, clap clap, cheer up, cheer up, cheer up!