"I'm spinning round the room in awe" ryan adams

Thursday, June 03, 2004


My three favorite foods are:

1. macaroni and cheese
2. tomatoes (raw, not cooked - i have issues with cooked tomatoes)
3. reese cups

Feel free to bring me those three plenty and often.

Tuesday, June 01, 2004

a brief moment of sympathy

Aw - now I feel bad. I just passed a giant ant in my "living room" carrying off his dead friend. Sigh :-(. The extrerminator is coming by the end of the week. Zap.

Monday, May 31, 2004

Aye Aye Capt. Hoof

Color me intrigued. I find myself deliciously captivated to the rants and raves of Rance.

ants in my pants

Ok, maybe not there, but almost! Recently my apartment has been plagued by giant ants. I'm not one to get squeamish around bugs, but these creatures have freaked me out. They are beyond the size of normal. The first time I found one I tried to take it outside, but it was way too fast and escaped my helping him out the door. So I have proceeded to kill them with the closest object. It hasn't been too bad, just one or two a day, just the natural oncoming of summer. Until today. I found a horde of them chilling on the side of my cabinent. It was a black mass of hell. I froze and screamed - though I knew damn well no one could hear me, I couldn't help it - and grabbed the neared thing. Antibacterial spray lysol, that will kill those creatures for sure. So in a frenzy I went medieval on those ants and they are no more. I win.

Sunday, May 30, 2004

wanna fanta?

I hate that new Fanta commercial. It has to be up there with the rest of the most annoying commercials ever. It does not impel me to buy a Fanta. I want to throw up after I watch that damn commercial. I hate it. It fucking reminds me of such sad travesties as the Macarena and the Ketchup song. A cheap Latin thrill that should die a horrible death and never emerge again. Sorry for my bitterness but I seriously have heard that commercial about 4 times in the past half hour.

"Truth is, I've always been thirsty..."

Awesome - I'm such a wuss. I just finished watching Big Fish, and though it wasn't groundbreaking, there were some cool effects and techniques used, and well, it's Tim Burton's work so its very admirable. Of course I started tearing up. And just the other week I cried at Jersey Girl. Man, what's wrong with me?! And I almost cried the other night during the movie that I saw prior to Big Fish. Not for obvious reasons, but because another one bit the dust. :-)