My new hobby
is watching GOP candidates get glitter-bombed whilst listening to dubstep music. It’s just a straight up good time.
All Is Fair In Love And Bromances →
I wrote this…
Get Real About Batteries
I just rolled up into Radio Shack and was all “I need those batteries that look like quarters.” and the worker like, almost cracked in half and died from laughing at me. He pointed to the wall where there were 9,000 batteries that looked like quarters. Now you know.
This past week I was sitting in a screening of ‘The Vow’ between my best friend and her aunt and I felt overwhelmingly content. I actually get this feeling a lot considering what an anxiety-ridden person I am. I had already seen the movie because I turn my HelloGiggles column in on Mondays and the screening was on Tuesday, Valentine’s Day. I was really happy to be spending...
I was sitting in my car in traffic really frustrated by the radio. Is there anyone else out there that pretty much hates radio music? I don’t think I really even do, I just did in this max-frustration moment. While sitting at a light I noticed a button in my car labeled SAT. I pushed it. YOU GUYS. I HAVE SATELLITE RADIO AND I JUST FOUND OUT AND I HAVE HAD MY CAR FOR OVER TWO YEARS. This...
Mom: Well, do you like quiche?
Me: Duh. No. Don't be disgusting.
The time I was accused of leaving the Jeep...
I was just in the shower singing along to some buckwild ballads from Celine Dion and realized that I chose the wrong career. (It should be noted that I am 26 and still really haven’t totally nailed down this whole career thing anyway.) While I was belting that super-high note and sometimes even singing some mad harmony I realized that I sound JUST LIKE Celine. Twins. Then I got out and...
Who's On Twitter??
So….I’m finally getting the hang of it…but I need people to follow…wanna be my friend? @aliashbaker (You guys, I am fully aware that I am the last person to this party.)
Extremely Loud And Incredibly Close To Eating My...
Last night I saw the movie Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close and it made me Extremely sobby and Incredibly achy-breaky-heart. The story takes place one year after 11-year-old Oskar lost his dad in 9/11. He heads out on an expedition through the streets of NYC attempting to connect with his father one last time. The movie stars Sandra Bullock and Tom Hanks, which worried me a little. I...