Sunday, September 30, 2007

currently watching

currently listening to

throw some d's on that you know what
"got peanut butter ice cream"
really, rich boy? peanut butter?


bryan adams, your mom's swoon-mcgee songs

Saturday, September 29, 2007


this is the first segment of Adore/Abhor ( people, places or things like I like and people, places or things that are fuck heads)...

  • The Season Primere of the Office
  • the 6th floor of the UGA library ( 1920's Vouge)
  • Luella's Spring 08 collection
  • Halloween is coming up (I need a costume, and I am taking suggestions!)
  • Suburbs (I had a surprise visit today)
  • the fact that there will never be any new Arrested Developments
  • most girl's "Saturday night outfit" (designer jeans, heels and a "cute" top)
  • Forever 21 ( very disappointing the last time I went, which is sad because I rely on them for many things)
  • Jiffy Lube

The Office (FUN RUN)

ok, so for those of you who know, a certain contributor to this blog has a border - line unhealthy obsession with The Office. The 4th season premiere of the show came on Thursday night at 9 PM. We almost didn't make it to the show ;we drove straight from class and went through many obstacles like a gaslight, an unidentified house, cumbersome rocking chairs and my inability to operate remote controls. But nonetheless all of the obstacles were so worth the episode! There were defiantly scenes with kicking and screaming with joy! This much awaited episode was awesome (especially even after my fourth time viewing it thanks to! Here is what I liked and disliked about this episode:

thinks I liked:
  • Michael's opening at his condo was great! The soy milk, slumbering Jan and I love how it looks like she has already redecorated his condo in the three short months she has been there! Jan and Michael, such a train wreck, but I love it!
  • Ryan looks like a "savvy salesmen mafia boss" entirely in black.
  • Kevin's "are you kidding me". Perfect for Kevin!
  • The first scene with Jim and Pam (with the video). It was very reminiscent of old Jim and Pam (a la season 2). Very cute
  • I ALWAYS love Michael's intense hatred of Toby. pulling down his shorts, calling him Satan) so great!!!
  • Creed, as always was a freak! (cults, painkillers)
  • Jealous Jan. love it love it love it!
things I did not like:
  • ok, I know that Fancy New Beasly is being more honest and assertive and that is great, but she kind of a bully (to Angela) and she just wasn't the same Pam) And she looks little "too hot" for my taste.
  • It was a little slow moving. I don't know if the hour long episodes are good for every story line. The last 5 minutes were yawnsville.
  • I really LOVE that Jim and Pam are dating now, but their kiss was a little anticlimactic for me. I guess they have made such a big deal about them kissing before ( Casino Night), so this was very discrete.
so, as you can see for the most part I give this episode my approval! Can't wait till next Thursday!


Friday, September 28, 2007

currently watching

I'm sorry, but people are right! This show is freakin' good! There's a Marisa, a Seth (gush), a Sandy Cowan, a Summer look-alike, though not an act-alike, and a Julie Cooper. The only thing I'm a little confused about at this point is Blair's "soldiers" know, the two girls who always look like they're overly styled to be trendy and different. I'm sorry, but it's totally not working for me. Other than that...hurrah for something to watch other than The Hills!

(Oh, and in case you missed the obvious, the show I'm referencing is Gossip Girls.)


there's nothing scarier than a small-town mall

So last night, a trip to the ever popular state university town took place. Maybe I should explain that we live in the city and choose not to venture out often for the following reasons:

1.We're both scared as ass of the country.
2. We're both originally from the suburbs and therefore bored/suffocated there.
3. Why?

It's not that we're close-minded types who don't like to leave the comfort of Starbuck's and god knows what else. That's actually not it at all. We just don't like to leave one of the only congregations of civilized people in the south-that being the larger cities.

Anyways, the point is that the real mission of the trip was to use their research facilities (which are quite good and open to the public), though it was obviously turned into an overnight stay with some "partying" involved. A wonderful time was had by all, but the only we could think was thank god I don't go to this school/live in this town. There are plenty of quality people, with quality things to say, and quality things to wear, but my god the others! "Little Pink Houses", by everyone's favorite heart attack patient, was heard twice. In one night. I haven't heard that song in years, and don't intend to for a few more.

As it turns out, several other "party-ers" out were wearing (or should we say "donning?") costumes, but the best part was that half of them didn't look like costumes, but instead cute outfits that someone with an ounce of individuality and/or courage would have put on. Either way, the crowd we hung out with was good, and the others provided for good conversation. You wouldn't think they loved in this town. Plus, the drinks were cheap.

We also bought a standing bird cage. Yes! A standing bird cage for christ's sake. Not that we have a bird, but it was only $25. I mean really. What more do you want?


Wednesday, September 26, 2007

hey gang

This is the beginning of the beginning of the blog of two senior fashion students who are ready to get the f out of school, and Atlanta. We have plenty to say (but not in an annoying, overly-pretentious way), lots of cute crap to recommend, things to complain about and things to gush about. So, please enjoy and keep the comments a-rollin'. boing!

what we are listening to:

the fabulous Rufus Wainwright