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Merry Christmas. Happy New Year.

Now, if you'll forgive me, there's a lot to do here.

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yossarianliving
 It's almost Christmas. I'm at home, and I have no one to talk to.

Well, that's just great.

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yossarianliving
 I can't even describe the epic fail I just had with my (second, red/gold) Christmas tree. I was going to have this hilarious description, but I can't...even. It was glorious.

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yossarianliving
  I don't know what the fuck this weekend is, but I'm an actual stereotype. The two things I've done in all this time are (1) watch Good Will Hunting over and over again and, this morning, (2) dig up a Dark Tower book, start reading, and rush off to buy all of the others before I could finish it, because God forbid I finish that book and not have the second one at hand to keep going.

I'm about to continue doing both of those things at the same time now. Just sayin'.

I'm sorry.
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yossarianliving
I couldn't save it.

I'm leaving after this shit. I suppose Andie or Ky-la can have it.

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yossarianliving
I'll see all of you at Jon Stewart's and/or Stephen Colbert's rally, right?

Right?

ISN'T THAT RIGHT, GUYS? IT'S ALL THE WAY IN OCTOBER--THE THIRTIETH, SO IT'S NICE AND LATE, AND YOU CAN ALL MAKE IT, TOO, CAN'T YOU? YES?

'Kay, see you then. ♥

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yossarianliving
I think...I think no more talking when I'm tired. If I can't see straight, I can't think straight.

Yeah.

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Are there any sentimental objects that you've kept for many years? Are there any that you bring with you wherever you go?


One blanket.

It's weird, because sentimentality is totally my thing, but I don't have a little piece of jewelry or clothing, which tons of people seem to. Instead, I'll spend about three years attaching importance to something that I find at the bottom of the closet or in an old box and won't let anybody else throw it away or even touch it. Then they forget about hating it, and I put it in a newer box and start over again.

I do own a huge pile of jewelry that I love and could never let go, but I couldn't bring myself to wear it. I'm afraid to lose things. I have a bookcase whose books were thrown into the closet so that all of my stuff could have a place to sit. But, y'know, that bookcase also has a few books: America (The Book), I Am America (And So Can You!), The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy, Catch-22, and Closing Time, and while I wouldn't call those sentimental objects, they're treated as if they were made out of gold (I take extensive notes, but I can't bring myself to write on those books, so they're crammed full of Post-Its and placed neatly where they belong every night). So there's no telling. XD;



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Here is what I've learned about myself.

1. I'm such a cheapskate that, when I see a concert first scheduled, know that it's going to be the best fucking thing ever (and that I'll regret it forever if I don't go), and look at the ticket prices, I won't buy them. They're just too expensive for me.

2. I am a fucking idiot.

3. I will pay twice that amount weeks later, when it seems horribly possible that the event might take place without me.

I should not be spending this much money! BUT I AM. AND THIS CONCERT IS GOING TO BE THE GREATEST THING THAT EVER HAPPENED.

AEROSMITH.

J. GEILS.

FENWAY PARK.

There is not one fucking thing wrong with any part of that.


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((Disclaimer: Talking about Jon's beard instead of dwelling on the Republicans is pretty much the only way I'm not freaking out right now. Tolerate it. :D))


Okay, I'm starting to love the beard. So sue me!

It's not fair! He cheats by continuing to be Jon and saying the exact right thing!

http://www.thedailyshow.com/watch/wed-august-4-2010/i-give-up---9-11-responders-bill

And that gun really wasn't fair.

"Hello! Bankrupt and about to lose your house while your neighbors continue to live in peace and financial security? Well, good news! Why don't you and Bessie here go live there? Unless, of course, they have guns, but don't worry."



"You'll find a house that doesn't."

...Contrast with Stephen Colbert, who's in a loving relationship with his gun, Sweetness.



What's that? What's that, girl? No, I'm sure they clap for you as loud as they do for me....

Writer's Block: Bye bye life!
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yossarianliving
If you could choose the manner in which you would ultimately die, would you? How would you want to depart this world?

I don't really care as long as I can see it coming. I want to know that I'm about to die, not just...go out. I think it's better to become...okay with the idea. (I've had that experience once before, in the winter, when the car was spinning and heading for the woods. It was like, "Oh, so this is the end. Well, if it has to be, okay," and that was...better than nothing. -nod-)

And is it just me, or is the cheerful title of this Writer's Block the worst thing about it?
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