Looking back on 2009, I honestly have to say that this was the best year for me so far in my life. I finished high school without any drama and straight A’s, got accepted into my top school (Seattle U) and ending up going there & LOVING IT, and built a stonger relationship with my parents, all with the GREATEST friends possible standing there right by my side whenever I needed them.
Even though my life can feel incredibly tough and stressful, I honestly can say that I am so lucky to have the life I lead. And looking back on this year- I have absolutely NO REGRETS. NONE.
Lloyd: What’s wrong? Ari: Has so much cum squirt in those eyes you can’t see what’s right in front of your face?! Amanda Daniels takes that job, Vince is fucked and I’m fucked. Which means we’re all fucked. And we’re fucked in the way you like to get fucked not fucked in the way normal people like to get fucked.
So last night I saw Sherlock Holmes, and I absolutely fell in love with Robert Downey Jr. Even though he supposed to be quite the weirdo- who cares? He’s bloody talented and good lookin’. Because of this, I rented Iron Man today and I’m planning on watching it tonight (and probably drooling @ him as well lol)!
So fumbling around the internet and tumblr today, I came across swedish indie bandjj. There is barely any information about the group, except for the fact they are composed of two youngsters from Gothenberg, Sweden named Elin Kastlander & Joakim Benon. Their music can (surprisingly) be found on iTunes, and their most well known song is “Ecstacy,” a euphoric synth-pop rendition of Lil Wayne’s “Lollipop.” I highly recommend checking out their album “No 2.”
Dr. Squires: The city’s a disaster, Luke. Its not like it used to be. It’s plastic. One big fucking happy meal. Luke Shapiro: Some people like happy meals. Dr. Squires: Some people like the Yankees too, Luke. It doesn’t mean they’re right.
Basically homemade donuts made right in front of you with delicious original flavors- and wonderful coffee. A great place to read a book and wake up right in San Francisco. Took my favorite children, Avya & Jake, (the kids I used to babysit) there today, and we were shown how donuts were made and as we ate, I read them some books.