Thursday, December 9, 2010

New segment: Ads I hate the most.

Of all things that I hate in this world, and there are many, I hate advertising. Advertising endlessly screams in your face trying to tell you that you need to buy pointless shit that, back in reality, you almost never really need.

These are some of the ads I hate the most right now:

Oh Carl's Jr... You do such an excellent job being sexist in 100% of your commercials, but this one really deserves a greasy, heart attack educing gold star. Don't get me wrong, I loved all of your previous commercials with pop-star bimbos dripping your "secret sauce" all over their anorexic cosmetically altered bodies, but this one really succeeds in being my favorite representation of women yet! You not only successfully portray women as sex objects with no mental capacity, but now the world can agree upon how we're also lazy workers who speak broken English, because us women, we're not too into them readin'. Thar books iz too intimadetin' with all der letters and wutever.

Ad #2 I hate the most right now:

Give up fatty, and take the easy surgical way out! You know you don't have will power. Just LOOK AT YOU! You never stood a chance and you never will. Putting out effort to make changes in your life just isn't realistic. Especially since It's not your fault, the burgers practically FORCE themselves on you! Just look at those tantalizing Carl's Jr. commercials with all those boobs and beef! mmm.... boobs and beef. Wait. What was I talking about? Oh yeah, give up on life and.. oh yeah!-- buy our product you worthless slob!

Tuesday, October 26, 2010


I was just going through a bunch of photos on my computer and I came across a full album that I forgot existed. It was just a bunch of pictures I took this past summer when I was in Dallas. There was not really anything spectacular in the album, but then again, there is nothing really spectacular in Dallas, either. But this picture made me laugh. I was at the Dallas World Aquarium and this little guy was just standing like this, perfectly motionless for at least 20 minutes. And I know that because I watched him for at least 20 minutes. 

I cannot stress strongly enough how little there is to do in Dallas. 

Monday, October 4, 2010

pointless pictures that you will look at anyway

because you 'aint got shit better to do.

Wednesday, September 22, 2010

Know Your Scumbags

I came across this lovely piece of work at the Museum of Sex in NYC. Being an ex-Catholic myself, I found this quite amusing. Really though, what's scummier-- having protected sex (whether premarital or not), or telling a continent riddled with AIDS that using condoms doesn't stop the spread of disease? Obviously the former. How dare people act on their natural instincts and protect themselves and their partners from disease! Remember kids-- the next time those pesky urges arise just sing this little ditty (Courtesy Monty Python's Life of Brian)
Every sperm is sacred
Every sperm is great!
If a sperm is wasted
God becomes irate! 

Our the middle of the street!

If you happen to find yourself in Reykjavik, please do yourself a favor and stay at this lovely guesthouse:

It's cozy, filled with people from all around the world, family run, and is equipped with a freaking SAUNA, and can be found in the heart of the city.

Mikey and I had only planned to stay here for four nights, but we loved it so much we canceled reservations for another hostel and re-booked here. Also, it's like the highest rated hostel ever on A lot of our experience stemmed from the phenomenal people who happened to also be staying with us, but even if you were staying with a bunch of lame-faces you would still enjoy yourself. 

Friday, July 9, 2010

Birthday anus.

In e-celebration of Courtney's 24th year orbiting that big yellow thing in the sky, I give you.. Courtney: the essentials

::Free Falling starts playing in your mind::

There were more, and even better pictures to be honest, but I'm not sure where Courtney would prefer me to draw the line when it comes to the pictures that I have and how much the rest of the world needs to necessarily see them all.
($5 for access to the rest ::cough::)