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28 August 2006 @ 12:57 am
It makes me said that Jon Stewart is actually aging. He should live forever and continually be one of the most handsome men on television.

No joke. Straight face here, my friends.

Dude, the Daily Show on DVD... how fantastic would that be? I could totally catch up on my news. I haven't been paying much attention to the bbc feed lately...

Yay Emmys for Jon and Stephen being a silly goose and the kiss on the cheek and the hilarity ensuing! And for Keifer being one crazy awesome guy! And for House, which I am excited to watch the new season of, also Lost, and all the funny people, and those folks in the memorium, and all of it.

People are so cool sometimes, you know.

But boo for the scoop necks. I mean seriously, some of those ladies with the crazy low necklines had no boobs at all and it was just like, what, are you showing off your incredible manliness to the world? Even the ones that were well endowed looked stupid. Those dresses would have been so much prettier if there were, uh, more to them. I'm fine with a low back, the low fronts are really ugly.

Also: Purple is the new black? Uh, no. Purple will never be an in color. I'm sorry, it only looks good on one person at a time, not on a mob of fashionistas. Whereas black looks good in a mob and in singularity. Not to mention blue, the best color of them all. Hem hem.

I am proud to announce that I have the entirety of Furi Kuri on tape. Yay adult swim marathon I refused to watch for providing me with, uh, well, you know what you provided me with.

In other news, if I had time, I would totally become a comic book geek. Not even joking. There is so much to the comic fandom. First of all, tons of good looking boys. Second, hello, super powers?

Speaking of super powers, am I the only one who is seriously anticipating this new show 'Heroes'? I have a feeling I'm going to seriously relate to Milo's role in it (see: flying) and might perhaps be made fun of relating to him (see: unrealistic).

Also, I think I have come to the conclusion that I am afraid of medium to large sized bugs. Tiny ones like ants I don't mind so much, they're just gross. But spiders? Absolutely terrifying. They BITE. VICIOUSLY. And. Flail. And don't give up when you try to squish them. ICK.

I have been incredibly brave with the spiders this summer. I've killed like three of them. Harsh, I know, but I hardly have the courage to attempt to CAPTURE the beasts. They might crawl around the capture thing and up the handle and into my clothes and then lay eggs in my armpit or something.


My brothers are currently watching V for Vendetta, which I have not seen, but seems like a half fantastic-for-me/half horrible-for-me type of movie, like A Beautiful Mind or Moulin Rouge, so I probably won't ever watch it unless I have someone to hold when I am watching it with, i.e., boyfriend material.

Hem hem.

Uhhh, well, I can't think of anything else to talk about at the moment. But I'm sure I'll think of something later and you can all be really annoyed at me for rambling on and on and ruining your friends pages.
Current Mood: hopefulhopeful
Current Music: Death Cab For Cutie -- sound of settling
28 August 2006 @ 11:59 pm
I'm going to go watch Good Will Hunting now.

The talkative mood has yet to show its face. Strange.

Well, this post was pointless.

Uhhh, here's something interesting. I just magically remembered that one (two) of the two(three) non-musical play(s) we're doing this year is the female (and male) version(s) of "The Odd Couple", so I put the female version on hold at the library.

That's basically it.

Now, if you'll excuse me, I'm going to go have my cake and eat it, too.

Honestly, if you had cake, why wouldn't you eat it?
Current Mood: anxiousanxious
Current Music: Death Cab For Cutie -- jealousy rides with me