Tuesday, March 25, 2008

Unusual Sense of Style

I recently wrote a blog about my white trash car, Stella, who is missing most her hubcaps. One hubcap is actually still attached and one sits in my back seat. I am going to attach the latter to the same side as the former so at least one side of Stella looks normal. (It reminds me of one of those actors that are half female, half male. . .you know the ones I mean? Well, it doesn't get any more ghetto than that.)

This is not the point of the story, however. I had to conduct a survey for one of my stats classes so I wandered to nearby girls' apartments and humbly solicited their help. As I was sitting in she-who-will-not-be-named's apartment, I looked over on the kitchen wall and a wave of reminiscence overcame me. I couldn't help but suppress a chortle. I asked s-w-w-n-b-n where she got the lovely decor. Her response? She told me her friend found it outside the apartment, on the street. No doubt you are now asking yourself what this wall hanging was. I will keep you guessing no longer. It was nothing other than one of my vanished hubcaps.

If Hubcap had to go, I am grateful she went to a loving home. Moral of the story: If ever you are missing an antennae, seatbelt, license plate, or engine, check your neighbor's wall, they may have it for safe keeping.

Saturday, March 15, 2008

I am Feeling FREUD!

In my last blog I wrote a short blurb about being out of commission so I could read Twilight. One comment I received said that the Twilight series is all about sexual repression and that my blog has a theme going, so all I can do is give you the facts and let you figure it out for yourself. . . if you have read any of my blog, this will aid you in the discovery of if I am truly experiencing sexual repression.

1-Thursday night I began watching friends and after about an hour and a half, persuaded my roommate to go get a treat with me. I bought four things: brownie mix, icecream, hot fudge, and tampons (because I am not pregnant, and I had "the bleed.")

2-I finished reading Twilight and decided that Edward Cullen is more perfect than any man could be.

3-I went and saw The Other Boleyn Girl last night and loved it. (Side note: I love historical fiction, it really allows me to understand the human nature aspect of history. P.S. It really is Henery VIII's sexual indiscretions that screwed him over-no pun intended.)

4-While looking for an apt to live in after graduation (Yay! for that), I was led to an old boyfriend's apt complex for some reason.

5-I am a Psychology major.

You decide-

Tuesday, March 11, 2008

Timed Out

I am timed out for a while.


I am reading the Twighlight series again.

Can I get a shout out for Edward?

Whoop Whoop!

Monday, March 3, 2008

I Swear

Avid blog readers, you already know this, but it has come to the attention of other individuals that I have been in recent contact with, that I swear. These individuals have classified me as a "good girl" and were therefore shocked to learn that my language is not church appropriate. A handsome young specimen told me that if the girl that he was crushing on were ever to say a foul word that his whole perception of her would change and he doesn't know if he could be interested.

This added empirical evidence to two questions I have been hypothesizing:

1) There is someone out there for everyone.

2) He definitely isn't for me!