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14 April 2006 @ 11:13 am
Leo22k: hey i got REALLY mad at you in my dream last night
Leo22k: i think i yelled
lnsmckotfCTRL: oh no
lnsmckotfCTRL: about what??
Leo22k: b/c you and kristen went to the movies and then to this sesame st gym type thing, and (a) didnt invite me and (b) didnt even really tell me you were going, just kinda left.
lnsmckotfCTRL: haha
Leo22k: cause we were still mad about the moving thing, and werent supposed to be hanging out with her
lnsmckotfCTRL: hah
Leo22k: i dont know...i think i had too much crack before bed last night
lnsmckotfCTRL: maybe... i was gonna try and stop you but i know how you get when someone gets between you and your crack
Leo22k: i loooooooooove it
lnsmckotfCTRL: oh dont i know it
Leo22k: craaaaaack = :-D you and kristen going to the movies and then a sesame st gym place w/o me = :-(
Leo22k: had to break it down
Soundtrack: margot-skeleton key
04 April 2006 @ 11:34 pm
I am...: guiltyguilty
Soundtrack: Margot and the Nuclear So and So's
26 February 2006 @ 02:21 am
I can'at really seeeeeeeeeeeeeee straight right now.... and i'll probably be really hung over tomorrow but i don't care............. tonights the first night i've been happy in a long while. please help me get things back on track i'm sick of being morose. lets do something fun!
22 January 2006 @ 12:44 am
Kelly and I picked up our chinese food and there was a man (most likely inebriated) waiting inside the restaurant. He stared at me for a while and then says "I love your.... ummm your jewelry" and motioned to his face to indicate my monroe. I smiled and said thanks and he continued to stare. After some more awkward conversation he blurts out "I'm married... 25 years" I told him that that was nice. He then asks if I was in college and I said that I was. He seemed pleased with himself and said "I love talking to you" I said a quick thank you and me and Kelly paid for our food and booked it back to my car.

Everywhere I go old creepy men flock to me.


Someday I'm going to get kidnapped.
I am...: fullfull
Soundtrack: Modest Mouse-The World at Large
I have officially rekindled my obsession for the Good Life.
I am...: calmcalm
Soundtrack: The Good Life-O'Rourke's, 1:20 A.M.
I took my nose ring out. its gone. i miss it already.

EFF the man!
Soundtrack: The Fiery Furnaces
10 November 2005 @ 01:52 am
MESTchell: its werid how on facebook you can click on view more pics of me and the pics you have show up
MESTchell: its just weird that i have no control over that
MESTchell: what if you posted a nude?!
lnsmckotfCTRL: hehehe
lnsmckotfCTRL: wonderful
MESTchell: dont do it!
lnsmckotfCTRL: how could i not!? i have so many nude photos of you to choose from!
MESTchell: hmmm
MESTchell: i'll let you take more if you dont post them
MESTchell: deal?
lnsmckotfCTRL: ok
lnsmckotfCTRL: sounds good to me
MESTchell: sweet
MESTchell: so when's the photo shoot?
lnsmckotfCTRL: whenever you want baby
MESTchell: my choice eh?
MESTchell: i like the way you work
I am...: awake
Soundtrack: Stars-Heart
09 November 2005 @ 11:09 pm

I saw an ad in a Bust magazine and it was so laughably disgusting that I just couldn't resist going to the website. This is their response to the question "What's so great about washing your own pads?" on their faq page... I hope you find it as amusing as I did!

"You probably came to this site because you heard or read another woman extolling the improbable-sounding virtues of washable menstrual pads. They had better be good, you thought, considering that you've got to wash them and carry them around with you! Sure it's a change, but here's the good news: using Lunapads is a very enlightening, freeing experience that is actually about loving and understanding your body.

"Menstruation is a literal symbol of our power as women to be able to create life, and as such should not be treated as garbage. By not throwing away all those pads and tampons, you are honoring this fact. Being more present with your menses by washing your pads can bring about a wonderful sense of self-acceptance that can extend to other aspects of your physicality. Using Lunapads enables you to be self-sufficient and to incorporate a ritual of self-care into your monthly cycle.

"For those of us who have been washing our pads for years, there has been a profound shift in consciousness, and the idea of going back to disposables is unimaginable. What we once thought of as innocently “disposable” now seems like pollution and what we once accepted as “sanitary” has become to us unnatural and even toxic. As for the “convenience” of having to repeatedly buy pads and tampons every month – it now seems like a hassle, when we could be doing something fun or taking care of ourselves instead!"

Remember washing your own pads is FUN! FUN I SAY!!!
I am...: hyperhyper
Soundtrack: Beck-Scarecrow
02 November 2005 @ 10:32 pm
MESTchell: write a poem about the great depression
MESTchell: entitled "hard times are Hooverin' above us"
MESTchell: like HOOVER
lnsmckotfCTRL: hahaha
I am...: frustratedfrustrated
Soundtrack: Wolf Parade-Grounds for Divorce