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:

Tuesday, May 24, 2011

Childhood Thoughts

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Could I be identified based on the breath I blow into a balloon? Would the air have my face on it? Does it smell?

Is that kid really allergic to peanuts or do they just not like them?

Only girls with the name Kimberly (pink ranger's name) could ever be happy.

People who give away whole chocolate bars at Halloween must be incredibly wealthy.

Why does the Trix Rabbit sell yogurt on TV but not in stores near my house? - My first experience of American advertising in Canada.

Spaghetti straps are the coolest!

I wonder if anyone peed or hid chocolate in this ball pit - Every single time I was in a ball pit. I felt around the bottom with my toes to investigate.

Does Aaron Carter know how often I think about him? That I have A CRUSH on him?

Tele buddies are so strange, why would someone only eat toast with faces on it and custard?!?

Why don't they have Nutella available everywhere? - Still think this constantly.

Do the Pokemon people know that pika (Pikachu's entire vocabulary) means girl's private parts in my language (Serbo-Croatian)?

Do we really need patrollers? I mean there is a cross walk light where we patrol. - The very proud yet unconvinced patrol captain in me.

If I had a giant Disney Land Lollipop everyone would think I was the best.

All adults have everything figured out and correct, they're all so smart. - WRONG!

I really wish I had Asthma, the buttons on those puffer things are so huge and awesome, I just want to press one. Plus those kids don't have to do sports.

Semi-developed brains have the best thought patterns. 

Tuesday, May 10, 2011

I Love Doodle

Thanks to the wonderful (albeit Green Day of feminism) Juleish I happened upon ILOVEDOODLE. And golly gee do I ever love these doodles - also known as - the visual art of Lim Heng Swee. 
Lim's artistic purpose is to "doodle a smile on people's faces." I personally think that's a much better calling than being the writer of the "Animal Rights" journal. So here are some of my favourite pieces of his. I, like Lim hope they bring a smile to your face.

Blow hole fishing.

We-we-we so excited.

What does this mean?

Absolutely favourite use of cartoon moustaches ever. 

You can buy these prints and many others at Lim's ILOVEDOODLE Etsy Store. 


Saturday, May 7, 2011


Penultimate week of my musical project. See, I only procrastinated a whole month and a half before posting this.

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351/365: I'll Try Anything Once, The Strokes.
"When I said I can see me in your eyes, you said I can you in my bed." Song courtesy of Brit.

352/365: Seven Nation Army, Damien Rice.
Very few things bring me as much joy as an exceptionally more musical cover. Another Brit pick.

353/365: Down Down Down, Peter Wolf Crier.
The way he says down sounds like the name of a new Dasher hound breed.

354/365: Teardrops On My Guitar, Taylor Swift.
Wholesome and innocent, obviously I only listen to it ironically.

355/365: The Splendour, Pantha Du Prince.
Calming and instrumental, ideal for studying Canadian law.

356/365: Fuck It, I Love You. Malcolm Middleton.
Accent makes the song. Adorable.

357/365: Truth, Alexander.
"Your darkness is shining, my darkness is shining." I love his voice more than strawberries.

51 down, 1 to go!