I hate it when someone calls me a hipster. I got to the park on my penny board with starbucks in hand so the fuck what? I don’t get much time on my penny and I enjoy me some soy hazel macchiato from time to time.
Ha. I don’t know if Donavan called me a hipster because of that (probably) and I don’t have to explain myself, but it hit a nerve. I wanted to shout something or flick him off, but I brushed it off because he was by the aunties. It came to mind again minutes ago and I can’t stop thinking about it and venting in my head, so here it is. Sue me for liking stuff, dude.
The bright side of today was that Jon was about to buy me a ticket to Jo Koy for my birthday, but it’s next month and 21+. IF I WAS JUST BORN A MONTH EARLY.
It sounds crazy but one of my favourite parts about Japan was stationery shopping.
There were aisles filled with a rainbow array of pens and markers at ridiculously low prices. With my favourite Pilot pens priced at 105 yen (which is like $1.30AUD), I may have bought um, about fifteen?
And the erasable Pilot Frixion ballpoint pen I bought has definitely proven handy.
this looks like heaven and no you’re not crazy at all
I’d watch Teen Wolf just for his character and if I had a little more motivation to marathon.
"Godfather?" sputtered Uncle Vernon. "You haven’t got a godfather!"
"Yes, I have," said Harry brightly. "He was my mum and dad’s best friend. He’s a convicted murderer, but he’s broken out of wizard prison and he’s on the run. He likes to keep in touch with me, though… keep up with my news… check if I’m happy…"
A zombie-bitten father tries to save his infant daughter in this bittersweet short film
So you’ve been bitten by a zombie. So long, conscious brain activity, hello craving for human meat. But the protagonist of the short film Cargo has bigger problems than his impending demise: he has to find a way to save his infant daughter, even if he has to die first to do it.
Directed by Ben Howling and Yolanda Ramke, Cargo was a finalist in Tropfest Australia 2013. It’s also a rather clever take on zombie genre tropes, with a story that isn’t about the survival of self, but the survival of another.