i talk a lot of shit for someone who’s scared to make a phone call tbh
Got a little creeped out because I was poking my own ginger cat and saying “baby” the same time I pressed play.
Today in catcalls:
- Guy walked past me and my new co-workers muttering “Damn girl, you look beautiful.”
- Five minutes later, a guy keeps stride and says “Do you know how adorable you are?! I mean, really.” Keeps pace for awhile, stares at my ass, and then says “You look just like Heidi with those braids! Adorable.”
- After work, an entire bus full of men headed to the correctional facility shouted shit at me while I waited for my own bus :|
All hail King Joffrey Baratheon, First of His Name, King of the Andals and the Rhoynar and the First Men, Lord of the Seven Kingdoms and Protector of the Realm
And in other adult news, our apartment is coming together quite nicely! It’s still not totally there yet — maybe 70% complete — but the bare bones are complete. Eventually we’ll paint the wall opposite the couch (where the tv is) a seafoam green and bring that color across to the interior of the bookshelf. We also need to get a few more prints, finish cleaning the chairs (hence the blankets on them), buy a credenza (the coffee table is serving that purpose right now), and just re-organize a few things here and there.
But it just feels so good to get this together finally! We’ve been here a year and now that we have the funds for it, I’m really enjoying fixing this place up.
Ahh my first day of work is tomorrow!
What will I wear?!
Some cute Chinese sisters dancing to PONPONPON :)
BEHOLD my future offspring
Starting off my Sunday with the cutest video ever
Ilana Glazer and Abbi Jacobson for Mass Appeal
In the past 2 weeks, I’ve run into Abbi Jacobson twice around town. Obviously we’re meant to be bffs.
If you think of a stylish white woman, especially when she is thin, minimal ornamentation and neutral colors and “effortless” hair can be considered part of her coolness, transpose the lack of ornamentation, neutral beiges and greys, and under-styled hair on a fat woman or even a fat woman of color and I bet your bottom dollar that many would find her appearance lacking, “sloppy” even.
I find this outrageously unfair because if you have read any fashion magazine since the mid-nineties, there has been a place for minimalism and under-styling.
Is this place only for thin, white, girls? I surely don’t think so!"