So Facebook is broken right now.
It’s obviously because they are over capacity with all the people on at once weeping over pictures of their exes and creeping on their crushes.
i moved on from political figures to historical(political) figures
i made more historical (political) figure valentines
wow this is great
Happy Valentine’s Day to me!
So I’ve been encountering this issue (oh, retroactively: no pun intended) over the course of the semester: somebody’s Sports Illustrated subscription keeps being sent to my mail. It’s not mine; the dummy wrote down the wrong address or forgot to give the new address when he moved out.
So what did I find waiting for me this fine Valentine’s Day?
That’s right, the Sports Illustrated: Swimsuit Edition. How did I ever get to be so lucky? Now, normally when I find these magazines in my mail, I just return them to the center desk simple since they aren’t meant for me and I have no interest in them. But I simply could not pass this up. I mean, think about it. Me? Reading a publication that annually objectifies women in the name of sports? I’ve already leafed through this magazine and some of these photos don’t even involve swimsuits. I mean COME ON! They aren’t even sticking to their skeezy male heterosexual pig premise. So I now have this magazine sitting in my room simply so that its purpose is utterly wasted on me.
Take that, chauvinism!
Happy Valentines Day, everyone!
Sheril Kirshenbaum, science writer and researcher, offers CNN a few tidbits about the science of kissing. There’s real biology behind this behavior, and the amount of information processed in a kiss would surprise you.
Apparently, I’m just blogging favorite lovey-dovey stuff from movies until my drawing class starts.
ben & leslie, season four