Wednesday, June 29, 2011

Experimental Screenprinting

I spent the majority of May in a class called 'experimental screenprinting,' which in layman's terms means I was graded on attendance and got to print whatever I wanted for 8 hours! Eric bet me that he could get more page views on deviant art than I could (he draws comics.) He totally won, but I'm convinced that that's because he already had a deviant art page and followers. At any rate, check out everything I made here, and here are some of my favorite for those too lazy to click.

Happy Hump Day!

Wednesday, June 8, 2011

Thursday, June 2, 2011

Blogging Hiatus

Officially over!

Even though it was never officially "on." I was just stuck in one of those 'what do I write' ruts, and then that turned into weeks, which turned into months, and then I just felt disconnected and it was weird. But I've decided to come back and just write about what I always write about: arbitrary drama and random anecdotes in my boring life.

And as per usual, we'll begin this journey with a random survey.

23 Deep Questions


23 "Deep" Questions, the Quotation Marks Questioning the Deepness of Questions that Turn Up When You Google "Myspace Surveys"

1. What is more difficult: looking into someones eyes when telling how you feel, or looking into someones eyes when they tell you how they feel?

Since I normally try to avoid eye contact, looking into someone's eyes when I'm telling them how I feel is way harder for me. Although, them looking into my eyes is just as painful. I might have Aspergers y'all.

2. Think of the last time you were angry. Why were you angry?

Legitimately angry? Yesterday. My roommate told me she washed my dishes, like she's some kind of martyr for cleaning up in an apartment that technically we all should clean. Fuck that noise.

A) It's not possible that an entire dish washer full of dishes is mine, since you cook for your boyfriend at least three times a week and I eat out the majority of the time.

B) I didn't ask you to do "my" dishes, you aren't required to do "my" dishes, and I'm not indebted to you or grateful that you did them. Since we share dishes, cleaning them is a shared responsibility, especially if you would like to eat off of them. FYI, I fully planned on doing them later, but when I noticed the sink was full, I was rushing out the door to my 8 am Maymester class, and I had work immediately afterwards, so no I didn't immediately get around to it. You could have just cleaned the ones you needed and/or messed up.

C) Where the hell do you get off announcing that in front of a room full of people, right after I walk in from work, and demand that "next time I do my dishes" when you never, ever tell the messiest person in our apartment who leaves food on the stove and doesn't clean anything at all ever that she should clean? Fuck you.

And D) Don't act like in the past two years I haven't cleaned up after you a shit ton. Literally. I was the only one who busted out the Clorox and toilet brush in our shared dorm bathroom, and I never asked you to or acted like a saint even though bathrooms are the second germiest places after kitchens, and we didn't have a kitchen then. I've taken out trash and swept and mopped our floors, and during spring break, I cleaned the dusty baseboards and scrubbed the scuff marks off the walls, and I'm definitely the only one doing that.

3. You will die in three minutes. Last call?

My daddy. The first one would be my mom.

4. If you could do anything OR wish anything, what would it be?

Travel abroad/live in France. I WANT IT.

5. You can have one of the following two things: trust or love.

Trust because to me, that is love.

6. You are walking to work. There is a dog drowning in the canal on the side of the street. Your boss told you if you are late one more time you're fired. Do you save the dog?

Truthfully, no. I'm a little cutthroat when it comes to work.

7. Would you or have you ever blackmailed someone?

No, I'm not smooth enough to pull that kind of thing off.

8. Think of the last person who you know that died. You have the chance to give them 1 hour of life back, but you have to give one year of your life. Do you do it?

No, but not based on me giving up one year. I just don't see how an extra hour could do anything, you know?

9. Are you the kind of friend that you would want to have as a friend?

Yes. I pay for things, I bake, I don't send stupid emails about how people are bad friends for doing the exact things that I do. All in all, I'm pretty awesome.

10. Does sex=love?

No. The shows Jerry Springer and 16 & Pregnant undoubtedly prove that.

11. Are you old fashioned?

Yes and no. I believe I have old fashioned views on love and relationships, but a fairly modern view of womanism.

12. Would you marry someone if they were unable to have sex?

If I loved them, yes. Although I'm not sure what kind of disease that is.

13. What would be harder for you, to tell someone you love them or that you do not love them back?

To tell someone I don't love them back. I'm too passive aggressive for that. Aspergers!

14. What do you think would be the hardest thing for you to give up?

Sleep. One of our friends said in college, you could get good grades, sleep, or have a social life, but only two out of the three. Guess which ones I kept?

15. Romantic love, when was the last time you told someone you loved them?

When was the last time I saw Eric? Tuesday?

16. If you had to go back in time and change one thing, if you HAD to, even if you have "no regrets" what would you change?

Having a crush on Robert. We're okay now, but he's kind of an ass.

17. Imagine. It is a dark night, you are alone, it is raining outside, you hear someone walking around outside your window. WHO do you wish was there with you?

The Marine who killed Osama bin Laden.

18. Would you give a homeless person CPR if they were dying?

No, based solely on the fact that I don't know how to give CPR. If in this hypothetical situation, I do, I probably still wouldn't because I'd be afraid of killing them, even though they're dying.

19. You are holding onto your grandmother's dying hand and the hand of a newborn that you do not know as they hang over the edge of a cliff. You have to let one go to save the other which one would it be?

This question is awful. And baby. It's my grandmother, assholes.

20. When and how was the last time you told someone how you REALLY feel?

I don't know. I think it's harder for me to not say how I feel.

If You had three months to live:

What's with your obsession with me dying?

21. Do you tell anyone or everyone you are going to die?

No. It's like the dude who just had to predict the date of the apocalypse, it would just cause unnecessary panic.

22. What do you do with your remaining days?

Get rid of all of my crap. Seriously, I have so much paper and fabric and books and clothes. I hate to think of my parents or someone boxing all that up or selling it.

23. Would you be afraid?

Um, if I knew how I was going to die, and it was painful or frightening or something, yes, but if I died in my sleep, no.

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