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rifke

team bougatsa
I do love Coming Up and the accompanying b-sides; yes. And much beyond that. But real Suede had Butler in it.
i do love bernard too. but i think the definining feature of suede is brett, so long as brett is in it it's still suede, and if he's flanked by a troop of highly literate dreamboats well so much the better, is what i say.
 

rifke

team bougatsa
a saw a girl today with a birthmark on her arm covered in a thick patch of long hair. that's the second time in my life i've seen one of those. bizarre things they are.
 

Peppermint

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well i do find it more likely that she's just some sicko fetish for him than that he might actually be or have been (because it's been some time hasnt it) in love with her. but my gut instinct is that he settled.
Does he/do they have religion, by any chance? I have noticed you see very odd pairings, attractiveness-wise, when God is in the mix.
 

rifke

team bougatsa
Does he/do they have religion, by any chance? I have noticed you see very odd pairings, attractiveness-wise, when God is in the mix.
do you think they're an odd pairing too?! so much odder in real life, because you have to remember that she's looking her most impossibly best whereas he's not looking his best because in real life he didnt go around in awkward fitting suits (my guess is it was a hand-me-down). she was soooo homely in real life.
i dont think they were overly religious, but they were from a small town where there arent a lot of possible pairings, and she just had homely friends and he had no friends i think, due to his being shy and having to be like a sort of dad to his brothers and sisters. im actually related to him somehow, i forget how, something to do with my tacky mustachioed aunt.
 

rifke

team bougatsa
Aww, have faith, little bunny. It's all going to turn out okay. This is just a shitty blip on the timeline of things.
i dont know, pep, i hate the way the world is, and it's not just this covid thing, i hate what it's becoming. a customer said something today about "have you heard what elon musk is doing?" and i was just like "no, and i dont want to know", and then that reminded me of how technology is advancing all the time, and who knows what the world will even be like in a year from now, and i was very lachrymose all day over it, i can tell you. i hate the idea of downloading books in your brain or whatever, and google glasses and all that shit. even the idea of ordering things at starbucks through an app where you just go and pick it up irks me. i like waiting for things. i like reading books. i like doing work and getting credit for it. i dont want everything to be instant. everything is so awful. i wish i were 20 again. i wish the world was the way it was when i was 20. :(
 
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i dont know, pep, i hate the way the world is, and it's not just this covid thing, i hate what it's becoming. a customer said something today about "have you heard what elon musk is doing?" and i was just like "no, and i dont want to know", and then that reminded me of how technology is advancing all the time, and who knows what the world will even be like in a year from now, and i was very lachrymose all day over it, i can tell you. i hate the idea of downloading books in your brain or whatever, and google glasses and all that shit. even the idea of ordering things at starbucks through an app where you just go and pick it up irks me. i like waiting for things. i like reading books. i like doing work and getting credit for it. i dont want everything to be instant. everything is so awful. i wish i were 20 again. i wish the world was the way it was when i was 20. :(
You are dead-on there. I could not agree with you more, rifke. :(
 

Light Housework

Hunchback of Solow
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So much for yesterday's ambition for today. I went for a walk but my left foot felt iffy, so I went home and fumed about people who have sadistically hurt me (for no good reason), and I felt sorry for myself and ran to the store (walked) and made a beeline for the ripple chips. Now I've eaten the whole bag, and am still angry that many sadists get away with their atrocities.
 

Light Housework

Hunchback of Solow
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@Light Housework have you ever had these? they're so good! i dont even cook them, i just eat them cold.

No I haven't tried those vegan sausages. Maybe I will, and eat them cold like you do.
 

rifke

team bougatsa
i wanna sit around with dreamyneil while both of us talk about ourselves with immense solemnity and frequent side long glances in between sighing lethargically. that would be so hot.
 

12" on the slack

team baklava
i dont know, pep, i hate the way the world is, and it's not just this covid thing, i hate what it's becoming. a customer said something today about "have you heard what elon musk is doing?" and i was just like "no, and i dont want to know", and then that reminded me of how technology is advancing all the time, and who knows what the world will even be like in a year from now, and i was very lachrymose all day over it, i can tell you. i hate the idea of downloading books in your brain or whatever, and google glasses and all that shit. even the idea of ordering things at starbucks through an app where you just go and pick it up irks me. i like waiting for things. i like reading books. i like doing work and getting credit for it. i dont want everything to be instant. everything is so awful. i wish i were 20 again. i wish the world was the way it was when i was 20. :(
I feel the same, rifke. It's been reassuring though to be here and see that people do still want to get a cup of coffee from a person (whose face you can see), people want to small talk, walk barefoot in the sand, watch the waves, read books...

Also, I love that you use the term lachrymose <3
 

rifke

team bougatsa
I feel the same, rifke. It's been reassuring though to be here and see that people do still want to get a cup of coffee from a person (whose face you can see), people want to small talk, walk barefoot in the sand, watch the waves, read books...

Also, I love that you use the term lachrymose <3
thank god for greece, bun bun, and for you being there so as to report back the existance of some sort of quality of life somewhere on this planet.

lachrymose is one of my favourite words! it's a good thing too because i have been VERY lachrymose lately.
 

12" on the slack

team baklava
thank god for greece, bun bun, and for you being there so as to report back the existance of some sort of quality of life somewhere on this planet.

lachrymose is one of my favourite words! it's a good thing too because i have been VERY lachrymose lately.
Even in places like Italy, Switzerland, Austria and good old France people are starting to live again. If there's going to more restrictions there will be civil disobedience. A friend, our local pharmacist, said to me yesterday that a life without social interaction, without human touch, a life where every other person is seen as a potential threat is a life not worth living, and people aren't having it anymore. I think if we want our old normal back we will just have to take it back.
 

rifke

team bougatsa
Even in places like Italy, Switzerland, Austria and good old France people are starting to live again. If there's going to more restrictions there will be civil disobedience. A friend, our local pharmacist, said to me yesterday that a life without social interaction, without human touch, a life where every other person is seen as a potential threat is a life not worth living, and people aren't having it anymore. I think if we want our old normal back we will just have to take it back.
i think that if this goes on too long then that will be inevitable, bun bun. i think all of this will almost be worth it if it sets peoples priorities straight and makes them realize that we dont want all of this unnatural sterile bullshit, if it helps us appreciate our freedom and ability to be spontaneous. then there might actually be something genuinely positive to write in lanterns' "corona benefits" thread.

"good old france"? is that what it's called now? :lbf: you really have a sweet spot for france lately. that's reassuring to hear that about austria. maybe ill finally fulfill my dream of being an illegal immigrant there. im sure i could find some lonely weirdo who'll let me live in their shack in exchange for company. better than living here THATS FOR SURE.
 
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