My engagement ring.

My engagement ring.

I think this is fake, but if not … bring it! Zombie Apocalypse. Fuck yeah! Bring me my shotgun.

I think this is fake, but if not … bring it! Zombie Apocalypse. Fuck yeah! Bring me my shotgun.

(via itstorres)

mattatu:

Fuck.

mattatu:

Fuck.

What the Internet (un)Learned me Today:


1. I hardcore need a pet Aye Aye. They are adorable creatures that I’m pretty sure are really elves from the underworld masquerading as monkeys.

2. There is an immortal baby named Brooke Greenberg who at 19 may hold the key to immortality - if the Volturi don’t get to her first.

3. Animals enjoy music too. Snowball is one mad-cool dancing parrot with a killer mohawk. If I were a parrot, I’d definitely hit that.

4. Halloween Costume Idea: Rae from Black Snake Moan.

Anonymous asked: Are you going to "The Beatles: The Lost Concert" movie premier in a few weeks?

Hmm, haven’t heard of it. Sounds legit though. I’ll check it out. Thanks!

I was perusing lookbook.nu for fashion inspiration when I saw this girl’s post with her nail ring. I’ve never seen one before and they look so cool! Can’t wait to get one.

My friends told me they had received this e-mail and I was super jealous. So I’m so happy I got it now! I am officially, according to okcupid, amongst the most attractive people. Now I can cancel my profile. 

My friends told me they had received this e-mail and I was super jealous. So I’m so happy I got it now! I am officially, according to okcupid, amongst the most attractive people. Now I can cancel my profile. 

Tags: okcupid

On my way home from class last night I saw that a fair was being set up. So I bought 14 pre-sale ride tickets. I’m SOO excited to go on the rides with my gorgeous new guy. :) If anyone is near USC, you should go. It’s gonna be a beautiful day and a great way to spend a Friday afternoon. <3

After: The fair was super fun. It was way low-key. There were not many people there, probably because it was Friday. Me and my guy were the only ones on most of the rides. I’m glad I got the pre-sale tickets because some of the rides would not be worth the full price. However, it was still fun. My favorite was the pseudo supreme scream. It went higher than I thought. It was beautiful at night we could see all the lights of downtown and then it suddenly drops you. The hang glider ride was also fun. There’s the beautiful view and the you glide through the air. There was the ride that’s like a ferris wheel but you’re in a cage that spins. All my change fell out and was rattling around the cage. Then my keys fell out, but my guy caught them before they fell out of the cage. Both the haunted houses were semi-small and lame though, so I wouldn’t recommend those. My guy played a shooting game and won me my baby giraffe. We sat on a park bench and ate funnel cake with strawberries and cream and drank horchata and then we cuddled and whispered sweet nothings to each other for possibly an hour.  I’m not sure. Time seems to stand still and be utterly insignificant when we’re together. We were kissing and the security guard flashed his flashlight at us; as we were walking away I heard his security buddy tell him we should get a room. Apparently, no PDA is allowed at the carnival.

Tags: Fair USC

eat-laugh-cry-deactivated201210 asked: I love your blog! <3 c:

Aww, thanks girlie! I <3 yours too and your fashion taste. All the pics you choose are so beautiful.

Best night at the Echo I’ve been to! I came right after Black Flamingo last time and missed them, so I’m so glad I saw them this time! (They are the first pic). They have a very beautiful witchy primeval female sound. I especially like the bassist. She is just so adorable. Like a real life Emily the Strange.

I loved Raw Geronimo’s (last pic, bottom right) first song with the tribal drums and tambourine. It had a very primal native american feel to it.

This also seemed like the most crowded free Monday night at the Echo I’ve been to. The Echo is a must on Monday nights - unless you have school early the next morning, like I do. I was too exhausted to go! tsk tsk.

My friends Chris Rexroad and Ghost Ghost Teeth will have their art displayed here. Everyone should come!
rexroads:

once again, 
“SHAQ JIZZ: The Presence, new works by Muggsy Bogues, and Penny Hardaway.”April 14-May 5Opening reception:April 148pm-12ish am. Pehrspace325 Glendale Blvd. LA, CA 90026Art by:Camille BachandChelsea BayouthJason Barr http://barrrheaven.com/Ghost Ghost Teeth http://www.ghostghostteeth.com/Scott Mcpherson http://www.scottmcphersonart.com/Clark Walter
Benjamin BayouthEric Woolery GrimmEarthMasters http://www.myspace.com/earthmastersManda Brgo http://mandabrego.tumblr.com/Kenneth Kupfer http://www.radicalfortress.com/kennethkupfer/Emily Hillburg http://www.wix.com/emilypaintsanddraws/galleryChris RexroadClinton RickettsAll artist sampler page:http://www.flickr.com/photos/safesane/Music Performances by(10ish p.m.): August Moon, The Jew Cocksand The Incide http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FKv1r5bEUT4&amp;sns=fb

My friends Chris Rexroad and Ghost Ghost Teeth will have their art displayed here. Everyone should come!

rexroads:

once again, 

“SHAQ JIZZ: The Presence, new works by Muggsy Bogues, and Penny Hardaway.”

April 14-May 5
Opening reception:
April 14
8pm-12ish am. 

Pehrspace
325 Glendale Blvd. 
LA, CA 90026

Art by:
Camille Bachand
Chelsea Bayouth
Jason Barr http://barrrheaven.com/
Ghost Ghost Teeth http://www.ghostghostteeth.com/
Scott Mcpherson http://www.scottmcphersonart.com/
Clark Walter
Benjamin Bayouth
Eric Woolery Grimm
EarthMasters http://www.myspace.com/earthmasters
Manda Brgo http://mandabrego.tumblr.com/
Kenneth Kupfer http://www.radicalfortress.com/kennethkupfer/
Emily Hillburg http://www.wix.com/emilypaintsanddraws/gallery
Chris Rexroad
Clinton Ricketts

All artist sampler page:
http://www.flickr.com/photos/safesane/

Music Performances by(10ish p.m.): August Moon, The Jew Cocks
and 
The Incide http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FKv1r5bEUT4&sns=fb

Tags: Art

Last night was the opening reception of Home Room’s newest art installation Stellar Infinitum. If you get the chance, I would highly recommend attending. It will be showcased until May. My favorite piece was Ellen’s, which represented the multiple planes of the universe. It looked like a diamond, reflecting multiple images. There was also a fishtank with a naked sumo-wrestler swimming around. I would love that in my house. Unfortunately, I think it would class with my Victorian decor. There were also some very detailed sculptures of aliens, my particular favorite was one that resembled a baby dinosaur.

Let’s not forget the bands. My favorite band by far from that night, perhaps my favorite band I have ever seen, was Back Pockets. (As seen above.) I would describe it as an experimental band with interactive performance art. Visually,the band seems to be heavily influenced by David Bowie. However, auditorily, they were more like a soundscape from Mars with Martian vocals, which I think David Bowie would approve of.

The performance art included seeming aliens in metallic body suits who gathered hair samples from the audience and also proceeded to scan them, presumably to take back to their planet for potentially devious reasons. Being in the front, I was a prime subject. At one point, the aliens scattered drum sticks all over the floor. The lead singer gestured to me. Evidently, the audience is supposed to pick them up and start drumming on the nearest surface, which after a few moments of confusion and embarassment, I acquiesced to. I actually really enjoyed all of the interaction. It made me feel like part of the performance, part of the art, rather than a simple observer. 

My poems &#8220;Where I&#8217;m From&#8221; and &#8220;Fragile&#8221; have just been published in this month&#8217;s edition of Wordgathering! These are my seventh and eighth poems to be published. Mike Northen, the editor, asked me to submit to the mag after reading my poem &#8220;I&#8217;m Sorry I&#8217;m Insane, Weird, and Utterly Immature, and that the Word Utter Makes Me Giggle&#8221; in the Breath and Shadow Magazine. Check them out here!

My poems “Where I’m From” and “Fragile” have just been published in this month’s edition of Wordgathering! These are my seventh and eighth poems to be published. Mike Northen, the editor, asked me to submit to the mag after reading my poem “I’m Sorry I’m Insane, Weird, and Utterly Immature, and that the Word Utter Makes Me Giggle” in the Breath and Shadow Magazine. Check them out here!