You're potential hug-buddy seems to be slightly adorable. I start school in about 2 days, and I'm nothing short of on the prowl for a hug-buddy. What's his name?
I do believe that Daives prepared Moffat, but I feel as though, much like Plato and Socrates, the student passed up his teacher (I have a suspicion that my metaphor may be incorrect..... God, I need to go back to school!).
Jersey has had some pretty awesome individuals come from it. I agree with your premise.
Michaela should feel no guilt. Even nerds have lives beyond the internets :D
As for stuff being done, nothing much. Mostly enjoying the new episode of DW ^^. God, the writers are brilliant. Other than that, reading Dracula and SCHOOL (which is occuring on the first day of the 9th month).
I haven't got any decent hugs lately. I greatly dislike the non-commital, one-arm crap, but I must deal with what I have.
I feel bad for all the people of New Jersey who are undermined by the sarcastic brilliance of individuals with names like "Snooki," "The Situation," and "J-Woww."
:O You must look them up: the guy is very 80s mainstream-pop with his musical sound, but his lyrics are mysterious and intellectual. I like all of his earlier stuff, although the recents are just as good. Search "The Riddle," "Wide Boy," "Human Racing," "I Won't Let the Sun Go Down on Me," or "Wouldn't It Be Good." All are fantastic and catchy and very thought-provoking. Plus I like synthesizers.
Why thank you. It's sure to be an interesting experience.
Tonight? What's occuring tonight that you could possibly be in business with a personal hugging buddy?
Jersey Shore sounds- quite honestly- simply worthless. If those individuals spent but half their time researching the blood-brain barrier as they did with tanning and/or poor decision making that lead to nothing but regret, I think Alzheimer's would no longer be a problem.
I managed to track down a Nik Kershaw CD today ^.^ Oh, how I love underrated 80s feel-good bands and their hair.
Sad panda about leaving hugging buddies :(. I never have a specialized one, but if I ask most people, I'll get what I want from them.... Mwahaha: hugs.
While Ed Hardy hats tend to make guys look like unintelligent, women-beaters, he obviously makes some good scents.
Speaking of unintelligent women beaters, a question: what do you make of a guy (who you've never truly met, but started texting as a joke and to defend your friend) who goes from telling you out of the blue that he's only horny when he has "sexual intercourse" to saying he absolutely loves your personality due to the fact that you are not scared or self-conscious?
I agree, especially with the "lingering" part. I like the idea that my presence can be still present, even though I hate the guys who load up on Axe to achieve just that. I'm trying this really great Strawberries and Cream stuff (which literally smells sugary), but it doesn't quite fit me as a person. When I think Strawberries and cream, I think naive, extroverted, light-hearted, and emotional; I'm more unusual- yet not exotic- mature, and ironic..... to the sweet pea/violet I return.
That shampoo combonation sounds absolutely amazing. Very spunky (? If that's even a word anymore)... it seems like it would suit you ^^
:D How euphamistic!
I smell my guy friends' clothes all the time as well. Grass and Old Spice? I wish I could say the same: that sounds... Inviting (I use far too many ....'s). One of my guy friends smells like the inside of a well-loved sweatshirt and another smells like a very strong, orange-zest tea.
*cough, cough* the header is in construction, but the sombrero is pretty snazzy. ponchos are too.
I agree with the scent thing... all strong or "well-developed" characters/people have one. I believe that scent and memory are directly linked via the amygdala, but I'm not positive. If they're not, they should be. I find that I may be obbsessed with that particular signature because, 1). I'm always taking people's stuff and it smells like them, therefore causing me to wonder what my scent is, and 2). I watch/read far too many romantic things in which people obsess over their partner's scent, which I find very strange (although a touch adorable). And it's always nice to smell good ^^.
While we're on the topic, I dislike people who force it or only use, like, cliche perfumes/soap or whatever. For instance, I have a particular friend who douses herself in some rose-watery/vanilla stuff that makes me almost gag. I like weird, original stuff.... like the sweet pea and violet shampoo copping a squat in my shower.
Also, random(ish): I think that a fantastic description of a character would say "... she smelled like herself; naturally beautiful, from the vanilla shampoo she used each day and the cigarettes her parents didn't know she smoked." I don't know why, but the contradiction between the sweetness of vanilla and the strength and self-destruction of smoke, I think it's very deep and alluring. I'll have to put it in a novel!
I need some sort of brightly colored high tops, which brings me to a topic that has been flooding my mind lately:
I'm obbsessed with having "signatures." Not in the sense of writing (although I have one of those as well), but in the sense of "doing things/having things a certain way so that people associate them with me." For instance, I always have to use the same soap. I don't know why, but I like the idea of having a distinctive scent that is purely me. I also have certain catchphrases, odd habits, and just general things I do.
Having the said orange high tops would certainly become a signature.
Oh, how I'd love to own a pair of orange high-tops. God, I could die happy if I had every single color of those shoes (which I plan on doing once I can).
Random thought: Matt Bomer (Neil Caffrey from White Collar) is unhumanly attractive. Also, while I'm in this rare mood, I love Jimi Jamison's voice (listen to High on You by Survivor. Please. You're life may change). Another sorta related note while in this personality: I love Freddy Mercury (Queen lead singer, anyone?).
Hmm, all of these men have aestetically pleasing bone structure.
You're brave. I don't think I'd ever in hell let anyone put something permadently on my skin without knowing what it was. Kudos to you!
Today, I was at scuba (I'm getting my open water diver certification- whoot whoot!), an instructor started talking with us. Eventually I asked why he was wearing a dry suit rather than a wetsuit, and he pulled it up to reveal a half done tattoo of an underwater burial site (apparently if you're into diving/water stuff enough, you can be legitimately buried at sea). He also said that one day he was gonna have an air tank inked on his back.
I guess someone loves the sport ^^
I bet Marilyn had pillow fights every once in awhile. She always seems to make the very deepest quotes too. Not to mention I can never help but sing "Diamonds are a Girls Best Friend" every freaking day.
The artsy one's can be beautiful, but I find that it all depends on the design, the artist, and the wearer. Some people with really nice skin get a terribly done tattoo, and they look blemished. Vica versa, the tattoo undermines the person. Some designs just don't look right on some people, but I guess that's the beauty and agony of an artistic industry.
I hate when girls are like, "OMIGOD, I got a tattoo!" and you ask where, and it's a tiny heart on their shoulder. In some cases, I think that's intimate, but certainly not when you make a big deal about it. It sorta ruins the mystery.
"who said nights were for sleeping?" -Marilyn Monroe
Good quote, except when you realize that she was probably referring to something a little more scandalous than thinking.
That. Is. Absolutely. Adorable. I don't really like the idea of couple tattoos because most people who get them end up having their ex's name forever inked on their leg, but that is so sweet. I kinda sorta may need to steal that.... Just saying.