This is what I’m listening to right now. I kinda wish I had, oh, I don’t know, lived in the district where I went to high school so I could have gone out more. My wild teenage rebellion didn’t happen until I was a sophomore in college. whomp whomp.
I love Emma “Baby Spice” Bunton’s solo stuff. It’s so groovy. This video is groovy baby, shagadellic.
Speaking of drunk lip-synching, here it is!
I quote this more often than I should. Whenever I hear the words “sexy” “tuba” or “Billy Joel,” this is where my mind goes. I miss fat Seth Rogen.
I have been coveting these shoes since I first saw Carrie wear them in the sixth season SatC episode, “A Woman’s Right to Shoes.” I remember seeing the Steve Madden knockoff right around my senior prom, but alas, they didn’t match my dress. Cut to last summer, my friend finds the knockoffs at Marshalls while we’re looking for shoes to wear at a wedding. They don’t fit her, but they fit me and match my dress. Alas, my happiness was short lived as the wedding wrecked my shoes. I’ve been sad ever since, I saw that Manolo Blahnik still makes the “Carrie” version, and I was so psyched until I saw that they were $715. Boooooooooooo. A girl can still dream…
Oh my goodness. This is one of the cutest things I’ve seen on TV in a while. I love Weird Al. I want him and Pee-wee to collaborate on something together. <3
Speaking of Nick Lachey, anybody remember Jessica Simpson from that period between “I Wanna Love You Forever” and Newlyweds? Fun fact: because of this video, whenever I see someone trying to dance by just moving their arms and tossing in a few body rolls, I call it the “Jessica Simpson arm dance.”
I <3 this episode. Nelson and Lisa as “Sid and Nancy” is just too adorable, as are Homer and Marge as “Shady and the Vamp.” d’awwww.
mmmhmm. Loved this song when I was in college. I miss the old Pipettes.
Good Movies For Girls—The Works of Hayao Miyazaki
With the talk of Lego feeling the need to suddenly segregate their toy lines and the mixed messages magazines are sending, I started thinking about my nieces, ages 5, 3, and 7 months. Before I know it, they won’t be spending as much time with my sister and brother-in-law, and will be bombarded with these messages that they’re supposed to be a certain way. I know they won’t be able to avoid every message, but I want them to be aware that they can say no—I can be who I want to be! Life isn’t all about chasing men and living up to a very unrealistic standard presented to me by the media!
I’m thinking the best way to do this is to introduce them to the works of one of the greatest animated filmmakers of all time, Hayao Miyazaki. [Read More]
yay! I <3 Kiki.
Not gonna lie, I was little excited when I saw that The Eyes of Tammy Faye is available to stream on Netflix. Although I really disagree with televangelism and what these blowhards actually stand for vs. what they claim to stand for, Tammy Faye herself really wasn’t that bad. Jim Bakker, on the other hand…ewwwwww. Smarmy!