When I haven't been obsessively listening to the Where The Wild Things Are OST by Karen and the Kid (Which, btw, is just deliciously whimsical. AND ALTOGETHER FABULOUS.. VIDEO AFTER THE JUMP! my god, have I always wanted to say that..) I have been checking out opening ceremony. AND WONDERING IF SOME RICH FAIRY GODMOTHER WILL COME TO ME AND BUY ME THAT FUCKING FURRY JUMPSUIT. I KNOW, IT'S OLD NEWS. BUT I NEEDED TO GET MY FURRY JUMPSUIT NEEDS OFF MY CHEST, MMKAY? DON'T JUDGE ME. And just feast your eyes on this, babies;

I mean yes. It's sold out.
Yes. It's 610 dollars.
but don't you just want to hold it?
ogle it more (AND DIFFERENT ANGLES, AND SUCH) here

and hurrrrrrr is the video:
and if you're wondering, yes. THE WHOLE SOUNDTRACK IS THAT CUTE.



this song is just too cute.
In between my hipster music and psychedelic screams, comes this.
On repeat.
Over and over again.
Need I explain more?



Oh look. Leila makes her sixth blog post while Taija has yet to do one. I think I'm winning, Taija. I wonder what will compel her to stop worrying about self-consciousness and post a fucking picture of her outfit.

In other news, I've been to Japan and back and I'm also doing things for a school play. Whoopie.

I will start with the play. I am taking crappy chairs from around campus, giving them terrible cardboard attachments, taping them to the wood, paper mache-ing that, and then spray painting the whole damn thing black. Yay set pieces.
They are for my director's crazy surreal rendition of Shakespeare's 'Twelfth Night'.

I have two more still to do.

And then I went to Japan and took some cool photos/ran into my friend Alex at Harajuku. It was awesome. I recognized her hair and knew it was her.

I still have to get some Holga film developed.
In the meantime, here are cool things I witnessed.

My hope is that one day, this website will be able to crash computers.
It will take a lot of rapidly flashing GIF images and tons of videos, but I have faith that it can be done.