I'm a bunny, he's a puppy.
file under: shit we say when we’re waking up which we remember once fully awake…and decide to put on the internet with illustrations. Exhibit A This is Russ waking me up in the morning. I am the sleepy bunny. Exhibit B This happens sometimes when I dont want to let him go. If you know us you can see how I am the bunny and he is the puppy. this is us posing for our Sears...
He’d developed a strangely tender feeling towards such words, as if they were...– — Margaret Atwood (Oryx and Crake) (via teachingliteracy) reminds me of Last Night in Montreal…
Amazon Kindle 3
mikecane: My god! It looks as thin as the smaller PADD in Star Trek: The Next Generation! In fact, it can become one: Now imagine that PADD screen on the new graphite-colored K3! The new size of the K3 makes it look less like a dorkfest too: Very, very, very tempted by this. Shut up. yeah… seriously tempting. who wants to buy me one?
I wonder which is preferable, to walk around all your life swollen up with your...– — Margaret Atwood (via teachingliteracy) I think writers choose option #2. But I dont think it leaves you empty. You can always refill on secrets.
Flavorpill: Who do they write like? →
We’ve decided to run through some of our favorite celebrity blogs through the I Write Like engine to see what sort of results that we’d get. Needless to say, the results were both puzzling and AMAZING. — Tila Tequila writes like: William Shakespeare — Billy Corgan writes… SO amazing. Kevin Smith at least looks like DFW…
Fig & Olive
Our Restaurant Week adventure at Fig and Olive last Sunday. Rosa Mexicano is tomorrow! Mmmm foods! motherfuckin steak tartare bitches! I have a long and fascinating steak tartare story involving a french host family and a former vegetarian…but that’s for another day. Anyway this stuff was amazing. My lovely vegetarian date’s zucchini carpaccio. Raw foods first! ...
Alikewise, an Online Dating Site That Matches Book... →
reachingtheshore: This is awesome. Not as good as the Word Brooklyn singles board, Under the Covers. I didn’t actually meet my honey through it, but it helped us move from just-friends to well, more-than-friends. Aw.
Literary Tattoos, the good, the bad, the WTF and... →
I spent my morning finding these and proposing titles for the inevitable Morrissey memoir. Check out the tattoo-artist-designed book covers on the Peguin Community. The styles match the books pretty well; I approve of the Bone People’s tribal/Northwestern first peoples look.
I write like Stephen King →
Based on an email I sent to an editor about her manuscript prep… Could be worse, eh?
Stereotyping People By Their Favorite Websites →
Lady Gaga Doing Normal Things - Part 2
inspiredbythelady: Driving Flying Wearing a cap and sweathirt Browsing the web Drinking coffee Vacationing with her bf Applying makeup Reading (her own RS article) Passing out Fighting the equal rights fight Picnicking Taking pics Eating cake Painting Getting tatted Getting arrested Recycling Visiting the zoo Doing her hair Hanging out...
100-Year-Old WWD Headline: ‘Talk of a Craze for... →
Everything in today’s NY Mag “The Cut” was a win. This, especially.
The Burlesque Shoah by Dan Savage →
Dan Savage gives spot-on criticism of burlesque with just enough love to keep us going. <3 him!
We, the American working population, hate the fact that eight hours a day is...– Aesop Rock, “9-to-5ers Anthem” (via nicholasreed) Cosigned. (via kristinross) Reblogged!
Love, Sex, Art, Gaga: Guest Blog -- 'Dear Lady... →
Today, Buzzworthy brings you a very special guest post by Rory Rockmore (yes, that’s his real name), who’s a senior designer at Logotv.com. And a MAJOR Lady Gaga fan. But even the biggest little monsters can have a few reservations about their Mama Monster. See why he hopes Lady… I like both!
A mental mind fuck can be nice.– Dr. Frank-N-Furter (Rocky Horror Picture Show) (via idyllicconception) (via somethingintellectual)
Food at 5 Leaves
I have so many food photos on my phone so it’s time to start showing the internet. Here’s a few from Five Leaves in Greenpoint. 2 different dinners and we got the ricotta both times because it’s THAT GOOD. Figs and honey and herbs and nut-raisin bread and MMMhm! a closeup of the honeycomb on top. Yesss.