|They say you are what you eat, so I strive to eat healthy
||[08 Apr 2007|03:34pm]
Its been a while, livejournal.
This Easter has been spent on my parents couch with an ANTM marathon on VH1. Somewhere in my 6 hours of sleep I caught the (I)plague. I can't figure out where it came from (rats, fleas, grim reaper) but I have some solid leads:
-I hung out with Bailey the other day, not only did she tell me about a Roeper disease where "kids puked up their guts for 3 days", but I also would not be surprised if she had a past life around, say, 1347.
-Last night, Marianna and I went to Amsterdam before we hit the movies... I told the barristo "not only do I not want a flavor shot, I don't even care what kind of milk you make it with" to which he replied "what if i made it with half and half". I thought we were JK, but he was 4 real... all night I thought i was going to VOM.
-I started taking vitamins again, maybe they are poison. (They cant really be poison though, because they smell like raison bran).
-It is April, I let my gaurd down, it is snowing.
-I saw the silver fox last night, and I'm SO against writing a paper that my body took things into its own hands. (sounds like something he would say)
(II)Every time I watch ANTM I think "I could totally win that if I were hotter and taller" which is totally a moot point.
"Im Mary and my secret (platinum ultra) is that I'm terrified of driving on hills"
Which brings me to point (III).
Television ads are trying to kill me. Or at least raising the bar on anxiety. It all started a year and a half ago with that Cingular commercial. Guy is driving cross country. Grl gets texts. Guy ends up parked on the hill outside of her house in San Francisco in a convertible. AAA!
I was able to forget about it for a couple months (at least on the screen) but there are two new advertisements that are (almost) keeping me from TV. Propel fitness ad: girl on bike. Road lifts off ground. SHE IS PRACTICALLY RIDING ON VERTICAL PAVEMENT HELLO. Then there is the Chevy commercial (I think Chevy, maybe Toyota, some sort of man truck). Im not sure how to explain it, but you should know what I'm talking about if you watch TV.