Saturday, September 25, 2010

babies + facebook = ovaries dropping left and right

I think most of us can agree that facebook is more evil than it is good, for various reasons, but I tend to think that it is more toxic to young girls more than anyone else solely because of what I am here to talk about tonight:

(I was gonna upload a picture of a baby here, but it was taking too long to load so fuck that shit)

So ladies, one of your friends on facebook has a baby, right? And we all know that they end up posting 23408324302580328390420 pictures of their child sleeping, eating, etc until you absolutely cannot take it anymore and hit the ignore button or remove them from your friends list entirely.

But let's go back to the part where the baby has just been born and not many pictures have been posted yet. You look at the few pictures that you can partly because of curiosity, but with a little hope that there is something wrong with this baby so it'll give you a reason to make fun of this new parent (I just made up the last part...). And you start to think: that shit is cute. Motherfucking cute. Where can I get one? How soon will it get here?

Here's the deceiving truth about babies. They cry loudly. Often in the middle of the night They shit. They puke. They are unable of telling you what's got them upset.

I've never seen anyone post about that on facebook. Parenting according to facebook is just so easy!

So you know what? People really should advertise all aspects of parenthood because many easily influenced minds out there will be convinced that it's easy. Or better yet, don't post that shit at all.

Tuesday, September 7, 2010

jurassic park

Today at school, we were discussing everyone's favorite dinosaur movie, Jurassic Park.

Well, more so Jurassic Park: The Lost World. So the main topic of discussion is how Jeff Goldblum's character, Dr. Ian Malcolm, is the main character of the sequel. If you watched the first movie, you would know that Dr. Malcolm was very much against the creation of Jurassic Park. In fact, he pretty much dictated what would happen in the first half hour of the movie. Anyway, the basic premise for The Lost World is that Dr. Malcolm is to go to an island NEAR Jurassic Park to monitor the lives of the dinosaurs that have been living there because the old man from the first movie asked him to. You would think that after his first experience with real live dinosaurs, he would say fuck no and go back to his daily life activities. But for some strange reason he obliges and we go on with the movie.

The weirdest part of the movie is when Dr. Malcolm meets the children from the first movie. He's all, "omg look at you guys!" like they were bffs back in the day and he never stopped caring about them. But if we recall from the first movie, Dr. Malcolm is rather cold towards the children, thus making the scene in The Lost World just weird and not necessary. Uh... kay.

And I won't even get into the subject of how stupid it is to bring a T-Rex back to the city with you. What were they thinking?!

Friday, September 3, 2010

introductions are so pretentious

(oh gosh I am so nervous)

My name is Sarah. You may also know me as Sarah from

I created this blog because it's time that random strangers on the internet became aware that I'm not just an angsty art student that cries over unrequited love and thinks deep thoughts and bitches about the people she knows in the most vague ways possible.

I've already lost my train of thought. This is off to a great start already...

Here's to some brighter days!