I signed up for an account at shelfari.com. I was bored so I wasted three hours listing 200+ books. If you want to friend me, click here.
Okay, so I looked around the site and just exactly what do you do there? Can someone please explain it to me? It looks like a MySpace but only with books and there is a reason that I dont have a MySpace account: seton (the real-life person) aint all that interesting. I think it’s suppose to be a place for peeps to congregate to discuss their favorite books but that’s what I have message boards and blogs (and if I’m really desperate — yahoogroups) for.
2. Always get rid of the body at once.
This past month, a big scary waterbug showed up in my bathroom. I squashed it with my sneaker, screaming and schreeching the whole while. I heard the crunch of its body as it was pancaked under my size 7s. I saw the liquid splatter on my rubber sole of my sneaker. He’s dead, Jim. But now, I had to get rid of the body. I didnt want to touch it with my bare hands so I went searching for some paper towels or something to pick it up with.
This was at two in the morning and I got detracted by something or other and I fell asleep. No matter. Because I can always get rid of it when I wake up. Right? RIGHT?!
Well, I get back to the bathroom and the waterbug is GONE! Did I dream the whole thing? No, there was one hairy leg left behind in the spot as evidence that I killed it. I searched underneath everything around but no body. Zip. Nada. It vanished. Let this be a lesson: always get rid of the body at once. Now, I am having nightmares of zombie waterbugs coming back to kill me in my sleep.
3. Bobbi Brown Gel Liners
I have never worn eyeliner. I rub my eyes too often and by the time I remember I have eye makeup on, I end up looking like I went a round or two with Mike Tyson.
These Bobbi Brown gel liners are like the greatest thing ever invented. They are smudgeproof, budgeproof, and sweatproof. Once you draw it on, it stays put. OMG OMG OMG. Miracle.
P.S. Bobbi Brown’s other products arent too shabby either. I’ve been using her stick foundation for over 10 years and I love her entire Extra Line of skincare.
4. Of course, it’s bad for you. . . .
Does anyone watch the reality TV show on Bravo that is Top Chef? It’s heavily funded by product placement and last week’s sponsor was Stone Cold Creamery. There are only two Stone Colds in NYC so I have only eaten their ice cream about 5 times and that shit is expensive. One expects, for that kind of money, top quality ingredients so I was surprised to see some major hate for Stone Cold on the Television Without Pity Top Chef forum. According to the list of ingredients listed on the Stone Cold website, their ice cream has way more fillers and preservatives than you would find in the Haagen Daaz at your local grocery.
Never gonna eat there again.