so to go along with heather and be incredibly nostalgic about living in winton village, here’s a story. i was calmly filling the sugar at work, when i referred to it as the “suge.” no one laughed, no one even looked in my direction. so i tried again, this time referring to it as the “suge knight.” still nothing. i miss being able to abbreviate every single thing i say.
also, i really thought it was spelled “shug” and not “suge”. google corrected me. i kind of don’t like it anymore. suge looks like it would rhyme with luge. it should be shug.
Everyone else that follows me will probably hate this so sorry in advance…
Remember when we were all accidentally drunk off of one drink b/c I used an entire bottle of tequila. And you bitches made me order a pizza then laughed at me the entire time I tried to place the order?
Remember when I ran down the hallway and jumped on Paul’s back and we just fell straight over? (And then I’d wonder why I was covered in bruises and scratches when I woke up every single Sunday… and had a 2.6GPA)
How about when you and Paul tackled me because I was going to eat a meatball and I was laying on the floor?
Or when we all rubber cemented fake mustaches to our faces? (Disclaimer: This hurts like a bitch. Don’t do it.)
Remember how RUDE people are when they sleep ALL DAY LONG on the floor?
Remember how loud I chew ice? Or how every time I used that damn coconut cup I would spill it everywhere?
How about when we danced on a table to “create a distraction” and didn’t know until we saw pictures? (Or when we re-learned the Electric Slide so we could bring it back)
Or the time I was too sad too have a party after we finished season 1 of Queer As Folk.
Also remember how people are JERKS and put monkalunkalus(R.I.P.) in the garbage disposal?
I have a lot of music. I keep all of it on my laptop at home (with a back up of course). The problem is that I spend the majority of time on my work computer. I bring files to work on my ipod or I upload them when I think about something I specifically want but sometimes I really get a craving for something and want it right now. I don’t want to just bring all of my music to work because that’d take up too much space. I want a way that I can access my files and home and get them on my computer at work when I get these urges for something specific. Known issues: I can’t stream things. I have 10.5 at home and 10.4 at work(barf). Please help? *sad puppy dog face*
(That’s my ideal… I’d also entertain good but less ideal suggestions.)
I genuinely forgot how much I love this song. It meant so much to me my first couple months at N32.
"This little bungalow with some strange new friends Stay up too late, and I’m too thin We promise each other it’s til the end Now we’re spinning empty bottles It’s the five of us With pretty-eyed boys girls die to trust … Beer through the nose on an inside joke I’m so excited, I haven’t spoken”
That was one of the best years of my life, all my good stories come back to it, all my best jokes are because of it, and most of my best friendships were solidified there. It’s kind of breaking my heart a little that I now feel like a different part of the song applies a little better.
"Maybe you were all faster than me We gave each other up so easily These silly little wounds will never mend I feel so far from where I’ve been So I go, and I will not be back here again I’m gone as the day is fading on white houses I lie, wrote my injuries all in the dust In my heart is the five of us”
“Music, true music, not just rock ’n’ roll, it chooses you. It lives in your car, or alone, listening to your headphones, vast scenic rituals and angelic choirs in your brain. It’s a place apart from the vast benign lap of America.”—Almost Famous
I could definitely argue this. I agree with the premise that women are generally just better at remembering and recalling their dreams. Plus, this is very subjective. Maybe women are just wussier and get scared easier. Doesn’t mean they have scarier dreams.
I think this entire article could be argued. I disagree with most of it. I am aware though that I am probably not the norm for dreams because I very rarely remember them at all. But in the past several years the only nightmares I remember having have been one this past week (about getting attacked… direct relation to the TV show I had just watched) and a few about zombies… so umm…
"Dr Parker believes that nightmares help the brain ‘rehearse’ distressing and disturbing events that one is likely to encounter in the future. "