One night, Jeanrenaud stopped for food and, after an impromptu gig, began his 11-year residency at Marathon. “Marathon was the French Foreign Legion of rock ‘n’ roll,” he grins. “It’s where guitar players go to lose their identity.” (via Daniel Jeanrenaud Is Camden’s Last Rockstar | VICE United Kingdom)
Some days feel like this, and some days make me laugh as though I’ve seen things like this. It’s a toss-up, really. (via Season 4 Animated GIF)
1. Sleep on a pillow of cirrus clouds, though cumulus clouds will do if you don’t wish to travel so high up in the atmosphere. Regular pillows will cause an eruption of frizz from your volcano of hair.
4. As soon as you condition your hair, you must brush it 16 times with a fork made of pure gold. Brushes and combs are for peasants with straight hair.
5. Never touch your wet hair. If there is hair in your eyes you CAN NOT use your own hands to adjust it. The wind will blow it out of your way if it is meant to be.
Love the wee scrawl she made of a shoe. And I guess my mom got her distaste for vamp-style heels from Jackie Kennedy, who did not like them, either.
Fairly certain this best sums up my overall approach to life. Every darn day.
The best example of this is what I call the conversation-ending fav. Say you and I are engaged in a long exchange about something, and eventually the conversation peters out. In some online venues, like instant messaging, you might worry that it would be too rude just to stop chatting.
On Twitter, faving a tweet politely communicates that you saw the message. If you say nothing else, it is a polite, one-button way to end the conversation without actually saying you want to end the conversation. If email or instant messaging had faves, we would be saved a lot of unnecessary messages saying, “Got it!” or “Hah, good one.”
Really? That’s how you people use it, aside from saving things you like or things to look at later? Such usage as above never even crossed my mind before.
Hard drive on my work computer failed a couple of weeks ago. Lost nearly 2 years worth of work. Shockingly nonplussed. Slowly regaining normalcy.