Flush It Friday: Lullaby Time

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It’s that time again. But this time I need some rest.

They say there are a few life changing events that one experiences throughout their lifetime – marriage, buying a house, death of an immediate family member and having a child. Well yours truly just went through that last one a second time. As many of you know my wife and I welcomed our second child, a baby girl named Jasmine into the world last week. And on that note, I’m going to share with you the good, bad and ugly of it all.

The Good: First and foremost, my baby girl has a clean bill of health and my wife, after nine grueling months of intense dieting due to gestational diabetes is fine as well and can begin resuming a semi-normal lifestyle. While she hated every minute of it, she was a trooper throughout the whole thing while managing to work as a massage therapist for most of her pregnancy.

Spring is a great time to have a baby – the weather here in NJ last week was lovely and naturally I took off from work to spend time with the fam. A week before the baby arrived my sister told me that when I saw my baby girl that she would steal my heart and she’s done just that. She’s about as well behaved as a newborn could be. She practically sleeps through the night and when she cries it’s because she needs a diaper change or she’s hungry. We couldn’t have asked for a smoother transition from out of the womb and into our arms. We’ll be walking on easy street until she starts crawling and walking. Once she’s on the move, it’s a different story. Now that the bun is out of the oven, it’s time to start looking for a new place to work. I would’ve left sooner but we needed my job’s health insurance to cover the hospital bills. I’m pretty confident I can secure a better salary elsewhere so I’m going to explore that and get away from this micro manager boss who couldn’t direct her way out of a paper bag.

The Bad: My other child is a two year old boy and I’m sure you’ve heard the expression – “terrible two’s”.  Well it’s all true and very real. My son is a two year old version of Charlie Sheen minus the cocaine and porn stars. He’s a living, breathing Gremlin who’ll create a mess in our house like Jim Morrison used to wreak havoc on hotel rooms during one of his acid-laced drunken benders. He loves his little sister very much since he kisses her every chance he gets. But it’s to the point where the baby needs to file a restraining order against him. Getting him to bed is no picnic either and that’s my responsibility. The first couple of nights of the baby being home were rough so we’re making some adjustments to get him in a routine and our fingers are crossed that we can have some peaceful evenings. I honestly thought I wasn’t going to be able to do this post because of how ugly the first few nights were.  According to my brother-in-law, the kids don’t start to cool off until they hit 3 -3 1/2 years old so this is what I have to look forward to for the foreseeable future. Everyone says time goes fast but it’s probably moving in slow motion for me because of this.

Ugly: See Bad. This can get ugly.

In the 1st few weeks of life babies sleep a lot. Sometimes they get cranky which creates problems with getting them to fall asleep. That’s where lullabies come in.  As a modern dad, I’m not going to serenade her with crappy songs like “Twinkle Twinkle Little Star” and “Rock A Bye Baby” because a) I don’t want to hear them and b) those songs suck. I’d really like to play her Jhazmyne’s Lullaby by 7 Angels, 7 Plagues but I don’t think the sound of a heavy hardcore band has any chance of inducing sleep. I’ve got a few jams that will have her off to Never Never Land in no time.

I like to refer to O’ Brother as the dirty Mars Volta but this particular song is a nice calming and relaxing song that I used many times to get my son to bed when he was a baby. The bass and drums drive the whole thing while the guitars and vocals create an atmosphere that puts the mind at ease.

“Everything In It’s Right Place” by Radiohead is one of the most relaxing and chill songs I can think of and the baby thinks so too.

Much like the O’ Brother song above, “Paisley” by Hopesfall is another one of those laid back jams that slowly builds and intensifies but never goes over the cliff. Perfect for rocking your baby to sleep.

Now it’s time for the rest of you to channel your inner Clint Eastwood and share your good, bad and ugly. But do me a favor and share some lullabies too so I can make a playlist for Jasmine in case some of my other selections don’t do the trick. She’s already had the pleasure of hearing these a few times and they work like a charm. Now since we’re talking about my baby girl, I’d like to share a picture of her so here you go:

2001

Just kidding, here’s Jasmine and your’s truly – the baby’s daddy.

 Baby Daddy1
My shirt says “Listen To Ghostface” is you are trying to decipher it.

Thanks to Joe for letting me do this post and thanks to all of you in TovH community that have sent me well wishes for the baby. It may seem that we are all a bunch of strangers on the internet but we are all strongly connected by our love for music and I’m thankful that we can come on here everyday and interact with one another. Have a great weekend and don’t go too hard on the sauce!!!!!!

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  • My grim, frostbitten heart is warmed by this post. Bless you Ron Deuce.

    • I’m sending positive vibes across the internets today. Also putting down 10hrs spent on TovH for my tinesheet. Hope HR approves.

      • CyberneticOrganism

        Timesheets <<<<<<<<<<

  • nbm02ss

    Been jamming this album all day today. Classic.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iqX0DY3EnFo

  • Dr. W.’s Tentacles

    Good: Idaho trip was good. Boise seems like a nice city.

    Bad: Both of my flights yesterday were delayed, so i didn’t land until like 12:30 last night.

    Ugly: Me at work this morning.

    Bonus: Here’s something super cute. Oh, and congrats to the Deuces.

    http://i.imgur.com/m67qRsQ.webm

  • George Clarke

    hey did u guys know that I, the lead singer of black metal supergroup The Death Heavens, make techno in my free time?

    peep this shit okay https://soundcloud.com/running-down/sets/d-soeuvr

    #plug

  • One of my favorite songs ever because personal reasons. But the melodies will help, Ron!

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qov9NXw6ZGw

  • MoshOff

    Good: I’m finalizing the mixes on my newest band’s 4-song EP and it’s sounding way better than it should given the means of recording/mixing.

    Bad: Deadlines are getting closer for a BUNCH of stuff, stress is starting to set in.

    Ugly: Uhh, me? Yeah me. And stupid Domino’s Pizza.

  • KJM

    Congrats! Best wishes to you and yours! I’m confident those children will be raised well.

  • Guacamole Jim

    Congrats Mr. Deuce, Mrs. Deuce, and the wee baby Deuce!!

    THE BAD: Due to a lot of complications and miscommunication, my work with youth has suddenly been cut in half. I’m not worried about hours or pay (that’s why I have a weekday job), but I’m pretty bummed out about it. I love working with that group of kids, and having half of it taken away from me kinda breaks my heart.

    THE GOOD: You group of silly buffoons. I wouldn’t be able to get through the work week without you. Awesome music, hilarious comments, cool discussions – we’re a rad, weird, internet family. Thanks, all of you.

    THE UGLY: I ate pizza two days ago, then didn’t eat anything yesterday until I got home for supper, and then unleased crazy fury on the bowl about half an hour after that. That pizza did me in but good.

    Dis my sad, lullaby jam:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I0j52qZ1e4w

    • uh-oh. your youth group discovered your Flush It Friday 🙁

      • Guacamole Jim

        hahahahahahahahahaha that would be a whole different ball game if they had.

    • J.R.

      Good song there m80

    • EsusMoose

      I had a long stretch of not eating after having buffalo tendies and that led to an adventure that left no surface of that porcelain left safe.

      • KJM

        I had buffalo tendies the other day.

        • EsusMoose

          I’m probably gonna get some tonight to help alleviate the soul crushing monolith that’s sitting on me.

    • Thanks Guac, adding to the youtube playlist when I get home.

  • Stanley

    Congrats again, Ron. Here’s a sweet tune for the little one.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wjXCMiLASR0&spfreload=10

  • Guest

    Sall good its Friday! And great post!

  • Edward/Breegrodamus™

    GOOD: this post, goodness. Congrats again Ron Deuce!

    GOOD: I have a job interview next Thursday. On call Chemical Dependency Technician at a detox pretty close to my condo. They had a full time evening job open but fuck all that. Working in a detox could be interesting – see most people at their absolute worst. I hope I get it and that they don’t only call me for evening shifts, lol

    GOOD: I have so much potential music to listen to this evening it could almost be classed as UGLY

    • Dagon

      Nice to see you all warm with fuzzy goodness hahaha.

      Hope you get that job, in a reasonable shift too!

      • Edward/Breegrodamus™

        It’s after 3:00 pm, I haven’t left my condo today, and I’m not even wearing a shirt right now. Nothing to complain about, haha!

        • Dagon

          I had a pretty chill day meself.

          I should be working but I rather do it tomorrow. Went to the gym and stayed in the whole afternoon just chilling online. I will probably solve some questions right now just for my conscience’s sake lol

          • Edward/Breegrodamus™

            Pesky consciences. Mine is fairly well developed now, too.

          • Dagon

            I’m actually becoming half proud of mine. Avoiding trouble feels good.

          • Edward/Breegrodamus™

            I was looking for a Swingers “in New York trouble finds you” .gif but no luck.

          • Dagon

            I hate coming up short on gif hunts.

            My sort of trouble usually involves other people’s GFs. I have this strange karma thing where virtually EVERY woman who manifesed an interest in me is currently in a relationship. Seriously.

            This year was the first time I actually walked out of a messy situation like that. My conscience is clean lol.

          • Edward/Breegrodamus™

            It can be tough with older movies, and sometimes the .gifs are such poor quality I wouldn’t even post them if I could.

            Regarding these women, that’s always a good policy for a couple of reasons.

          • Dagon

            They always seem to let their boyfriends know, somehow.

            I’ve only met one that was a real G and I ended up falling in love with her. Which could have been a REALLY bad idea haha.

    • I think I could have fun at one of those detox places.

      • Edward/Breegrodamus™

        Could be fun, could be stressful, would probably be a good experience and a good reminder of where I came from, too.

  • NefariousDude

    Good luck with the baby and the gremlin Deucey

  • Call the Slambulance

    Congratulations, Ron! Good luck on your journey! Also, sweet shirt.

    Good: I’m feeling a bit healthier than I have been, which is tight. Plus I have the next four days off of work, so I get to spend a lot of time healing, listening to music, and building up a game collection on Steam.

    Bad: For those who don’t know, I got a wisdom tooth pulled yesterday, and also decided to quit smoking and detox off caffeine. Sooooo fuck this. Plus I’m feeling a bit of depression coming on from all the withdrawals.

    Ugly: I need a goddamn, motherfucking cigarette. Plus I’m 99% sure my breath smells like someone scraped a three weeks dead squirrel against my teeth.

    • Dr. W.’s Tentacles

      Good luck with all that, dude. Both my wife and I had rough wisdom teeth surgeries.

      • Call the Slambulance

        Thanks, man! I’m sorry to hear of your troubles. Things are going relatively smooth so far, so hopefully that keeps up.

        • Dr. W.’s Tentacles

          Haha, mine was a long time ago.

          • KJM

            Both my wisdom tooth surgeries went off with no problems. The ketamine and nitrous helped a lot with that. My oral surgeon is the best.

          • Dr. W.’s Tentacles

            Sweet! I just had pretty bad swelling. My poor wife couldn’t get the bleeding to stop for like two days, though.

          • Call the Slambulance

            Jesus, man. You got ketamine for a fucking wisdom tooth extraction? That’s a bit excessive, lol.

          • Edward/Breegrodamus™

            Ketamine was fun, lol

          • Call the Slambulance

            Haha I never gave it a shot. I had too little money for normal drugs, lol.

          • Edward/Breegrodamus™

            Normal drugs? Ketamine is in the same family as PCP Slamz. Animal tranquilizer.

          • Call the Slambulance

            Haha I know. I guess I just mean normal drugs as in you go through the normal process: get money, go to some sketchy dealer, etc. I always did stuff with no deal, and oftentimes no price.

          • Edward/Breegrodamus™

            Oh, now I get what you mean!

            http://i.imgur.com/2wWSe51.gif

          • Call the Slambulance

            Lolololol, see my profile pic.

          • Edward/Breegrodamus™

            The book had a better ending but fantastic film, yeah. It came out when I was a teen so everyone I know flipped for it and it was pretty much everyone’s favorite movie for years.

          • Call the Slambulance

            I had the misfortune of knowing the ending before I saw the movie. Did you know that the author prefers the film to his own novel? He loves the film’s focus on romance.

          • Edward/Breegrodamus™

            I had no idea.

          • KJM

            It was the surgeon’s idea. I just went along with it. ^_^

      • I’m hoping I won’t have to go through getting mine removed. According to my orthodontist a couple years back, my wisdom teeth grew in so that won’t conflict with my other teeth. All four of mine have grown in and aren’t causing me discomfort though my dad (who is a dentist) still is skeptical.

    • KJM

      Quitting tobacco was the toughest thing I’ve ever done in my life. it’s not gonna be easy, but it’s worth it. Good vibes 4 U.

      • Call the Slambulance

        Thank you, my man, and congratulations to you! It won’t be easy, but I know it’s possible.

        • KJM

          I would suggest maybe only quitting one thing at a time unless caffeine and smokes are habitually linked for you.

          • Paris Hilton

            They usually go hand in hand! For anyone getting off tobacco- DRINK LESS CAFFEINE!! Due to it’s alkaloid nature, nicotine flushes caffeine out of the body than is natural, thus smokers typically drink more coffee/cola. Once they quit, they’ll drink the same amount of caffeine and get HUGE crashes and exacerbate withdrawal irritability because it’s staying in the body for longer. Make it easier by drinking less caffeine! Y’all can do it! B-)

          • KJM

            Fortunately when I quit I wasn’t the Diet Dew addict I am today.

    • I had all of mine pulled at once. My face was jacked up with novacaine and I fell asleep after. I bit down on my lower lip without knowing it and woke up two gashes. Eating sucked for a couple days.

    • Edward/Breegrodamus™

      I just jammed a lemon snus in my gums in your honor, Slamz.

      • Call the Slambulance

        I appreciate your valiance *bows*

      • The Beargod

        You know that shit is illegal.
        *smh*
        *Empties a bottle of whisky.*
        *Goes for the bath salts.*

        • Sir Tapir the Based™

          He must be a Swede.

          • The Beargod

            Undoutably.

        • Call the Slambulance

          Lol, bath salt.

        • Edward/Breegrodamus™

          Snus isn’t illegal here!

          • sweetooth0

            I just looked up snus and that sounds pretty gross. It’s like chew except you swallow the spit?? ugh

          • Edward/Breegrodamus™

            There isn’t a lot of spit, well some there are and some there aren’t. I prefer the “dryer” pouches.

          • sweetooth0

            tobacco, the one vice I was able to break 100% free from. I even had one of those “just give me a drag” moments and that only re-enforced my desire to stop because I nearly puked

          • sweetooth0

            funny story about chew spit. Buddy of mine worked in a swamping truck, and at the end of the day was really thirsty. He had bought himself a pepsi to drink. Thing is, the other guy in the truck used a pepsi bottle to spit his chew spit into. I’m sure you can guess where this story is going. The grossest though is because he was so thirsty from the labor all day, he just chugged on that chew spit pepsi

          • The Beargod

            Should be.

        • Vladimir Poutine

          You don’t fuck around in Finland, do you?

          • The Beargod

            Never.

    • Wisdom teeth removal suuuucks. Just keep your mouth clean and don’t drink anything really hot/cold or drink through a straw.

    • Vladimir Poutine

      Good luck man! Quitting smoking is a bitch and a half but it does (in my experience) get easier with time. Most ov the time.

      • Call the Slambulance

        That’s what I’m expecting. It’s be rough, but I just have to show my body it can do it.

    • Dagon

      I really hope you can leave smoking behind. Plus you’re young so whatever negative effects tobacco had on you will be “deleted” after a while.

      Good vibes your way.

      • Call the Slambulance

        Thank you, man! It’s only been six years, but that’s six years too long. And almost all of that consisted of rollies, lol.

        • KJM

          I was a pack-a-day for 15 years before I quit on my 30th birthday.

          • Call the Slambulance

            Hot damn, that’s impressive!

          • KJM

            Thanks. After that experience, I no longer fear Hell cos I’ve been there.

      • Edward/Breegrodamus™

        This might sound foolish challenging our resident budding doctor to be, but I have always been under the impression some heart damage is permanent.

        • KJM

          Fortunately it would seem I avoided any potential COPD.

          • Dagon

            How long since you stopped?

          • KJM

            It’ll be 18 years this July.

          • Dagon

            Congratulations, man. I never hopped on the nicotine train but I know it’s very hard to leave behind.

            Tendies are my drug.

          • KJM

            I’m convinced that quitting nicotine so effectively has cost me a permanent piece of my sanity, not that there was much to begin with.

        • Dagon

          I did fuck up a bit up there. Let me rephrase it.

          At his age, lung damage is probably entirely reversible.

    • Stay strong, man. As far as bad breath goes, get a tongue scraper. Most ass-breath comes from shit that is trapped on your tongue. As far as the withdrawals, a thing I’ve found helps with those (I’ve had trouble with caffeine too) is keeping your mind distracted. Boredom is the enemy of trying to kill an addiction.

      • Stanley

        Tongue scrappers rule. Most people follow the brush two times a day rule, but then leave an inch thick layer of bacteria and gunk on their tongue.

        • Flossing is also a big thing to keep bad breath at bay. You should floss once a day but I consistently forget to do it and end up doing it about once a week.

          • Stanley

            Good dental hygiene is important else….

          • Formerly Known As Oli Sykes

            Stop reminding me that I have hereditary gum disease Stanley, its shitty enough as is.

          • Stanley

            Sorry to here that. I guess you must already be a fastidious flosser, a busy brusher and a steady scrapper.

          • Formerly Known As Oli Sykes

            As often as I can mate, as often as I can.

    • Ooh, you’re on Steam? You should get Team Fortress 2 (which shouldn’t be hard because it’s free) and Left 4 Dead 2 so you can play with me and esusmoose.

      • Call the Slambulance

        I just picked it up. I plan on snagging TF2 as soon as I get a mouse for my laptop, and L4D is a given.

  • Good: this post. Ron’s paternity and his little childs.

    Bad: everything.

    Ugly: my belly hurts and rumbles.

    • Dr. W.’s Tentacles

      Everything? 🙁

      • Too much reggaetone on the bus.

      • Anxiety striking me again because too much reasons (work, studies, economic stuff, family) u_u) don’t worry, I think I will handle it.

        • Dr. W.’s Tentacles

          We’re here for you, Link!

          • Thank you, Dubz. If I can I will reach you in FB later for some advice. Is that ok?

          • Dr. W.’s Tentacles

            Perfectly fine, my friend.

        • Guacamole Jim

          🙁

        • Formerly Known As Oli Sykes

          Good luck to you, anxiety is one tough son of a bitch, hope you get past it mate.

          • Is a pain. I always was a very nervous person. And the responsabilities, current situation and some insecurities just make it worse.

    • Stanley

      Link. Having you been eating too much merolchicken?

      • Two days of ‘fried’ merolchicken aren’t helping 🙁

        I also ate empanadas yesterday.

        • KJM

          That’s how I feel every time I eat hot food yet I still do it anyway.

  • Formerly Known As Oli Sykes

    Congrats again Ron.
    Good: Wednesday 4-hour break didn’t make me want to kill myself again. Mostly because some fucking lad decided to go over to one of his mates and strip off to ‘I’m Too Sexy For My Shirt’ for him. It probably doesn’t sound funny, but it was hilarious.
    Bad: Exams start next month, so revising will be sapping up my time, I’ll try to post as often as I can, but it will be more infrequent than usual.
    Ugly: Two things. First, I want to punch this group of arseholes at college so much it hurts. They are the main reason I’m always in a shitty mood recently. Secondly, because I have dysgraphia, I need a laptop to write with in English. Well, silly me decided it would be a good idea to leave it in McDonalds. God I’m fucking retarded. Thankfully I managed to get it back and skip out of half of Computing to go get it.

  • Sir Tapir the Based™

    Good: Trailer Park Boys live show later this year will be moved to a bigger place. This means that they will be selling more tickets and I get to go there.
    Bad: most things
    Ugly: most things

  • J.R.

    Thanks Duecy for the heartwarming baby news! Not gonna let Lady J.R., as her baby fever is in full swing (working labor/delivery nurse does that)

    Good: Just had iHop, chillin with Bae all day woohoooooo
    Also that new Kamelot video is neat. Song isn’t as good as Veil of Elysium but still rockin. Would link but on iPod so bleh

    Bad: finals are dumb

    Ugly: My brother is a slob and does not clean. But he’s moving out soon. Clothing just everywhere

    • Guacamole Jim

      The new Kamelot shit >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

      • Stanley

        They are touring in May with Dragon Force as support. Oh my.

        • J.R.

          They are going to be in Birmingham when I’m seeing Taylor Swift so I was crushed I’d have to miss them…but they’ll be in Atlanta in November so all hope is not lost

      • J.R.

        You see it yet? As far as “Whole band in front of a greenscreen” video’s go I though it was pretty good. I liked it better than the video they did for Sacrimony. I’m pretty stoked for this album. It better show up in my mailbox before my many May adventures.

    • your bro needs to concentrate on making more music instead of cleaning shit

      • J.R.

        #rockstarlyfe
        he was mixing something with a buddy a night ago. He’s been playing a ton of League lately but I’ll keep you updated on new stuff!

      • J.R.

        https://soundcloud.com/sunsetsforblindmen/maybe-well-be-okay

        And there you have it. Same guy, different project. very “Coheed and Cambria- Afterman”.
        To me there is a disconnect between the title and the sound but eh.

  • HessianHunter

    You really think of “Everything in Its Right Place” as a chill, relaxing song? To me that shit is existentially horrifying although it has a calm exterior. But hey, art is cool like that!

    • Both my kids have fallen asleep to it. I’ll with it until nightmares take place.

      • Dagon

        Speaking of which, I’ve been having nightmares in a frequency much higher than what I used to have.

        Weird.

  • CyberneticOrganism

    Header image is bullshit. You mean to tell me there are entire stars in between the shadow of the earth and the moon? Or, that when the moon is in crescent form the rest of it simply ceases to exist and you can see straight through the dark areas?! Boy I really hope someone gets fired for this blunder. This an appallingly abysmal astronomical aberration, assholes.

    http://www.qualedigital.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2011/05/qualeoblog-orgulho-nerd-classico.jpg

  • The Beargod

    Good : Alcobeer. Life?
    Bad : Can’t think of much. Life?
    Ugly : Life?

    • CyberneticOrganism

      Your mom?

      • The Beargod

        Definitely.

  • congrats, Mr. Deuce!
    Good: people having kids (so i don’t have to)
    Bad: nothing. life rules. m/
    Ugly: beer belly. gotta swell to more jammiez!
    like Tyree, i need the feels. here’s a good lullaby:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y4JDGxPhVeg

  • HessianHunter

    I will probably play this as a lullaby if I ever am in charge of lulling a small child to sleep.
    http://timbre.bandcamp.com/album/winter-comes-to-wake-you

  • Good: Had a dentist appointment this week and I didn’t have any cavities! Work is going pretty great, this week has fucking flown by. I bought a ton of music as well.
    Bad: My girlfriend has been basically offered a job in Richmond, VA and has to fly out there soon to tour the city and firm to see if she wants to work there. I need to go as well and see if I like the city, but the firm won’t pay for my airfare and since it’s so last minute, I’m going to have to pay an insane amount for a flight. The market for my profession is very small in that city as well, so it’ll be tough to find a job.
    Ugly: Ran out of toilet paper while pooping a couple nights ago. Living with a woman sucks when it comes to that shit. I could live off a single pack of toilet paper for multiple months when I lived alone.

    • Guacamole Jim

      Running out of TP <<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

      • Dr. W.’s Tentacles

        You know, in a lot of the Arab world they don’t use TP. They just have little hoses next to the johns.

        • Guacamole Jim

          I’m fine with that. TP doesn’t do the job nearly as good as a hose would.

          • Dr. W.’s Tentacles

            I never tried it, but some of my friends living over there swear by it.

        • The Beargod

          I’ve found the american way lf not saying Toilet, but Johns or some such, ridiculous

          • I think that’s a southern US thing. Most people I know call it a bathroom or restroom.

          • The Beargod

            I also find it hilarious that in Movies and TV series it’s hardly referred to without a detour.

          • Lacertilian

            I find it odd calling it a bathroom.
            People here say it too now.
            Unless there is a fucking bath in there, it’s not somewhere I go to bathe.

        • Sir Tapir the Based™

          We don’t use TP here. We wipe our asses with tree bark.

          • The Beargod

            You actually wipe your arse? Porvari!

          • Sir Tapir the Based™

            Ilkeä riistoporvari pieni olen mä.

          • Lacertilian

            This may be why you have made a violent enemy in the Betula family

      • Unfortunately this was an evening poop. I was pretty fucking angry we somehow ran out of the giant pack of toilet paper we bought not even 3 weeks ago. What in the fuck.

    • “Just the three seashells”
      -@fromwisdomtohate29:disqus

  • Tyree

    The Good: I don’t have a 2 year old Gremlin destroying my stuff at home.

    The Bad: I don’t have a 2 year old Gremlin destroying my stuff at home.

    The Ugly: Tomorrow mournings headache.

  • EsusMoose

    Congrats on the spawning!
    Good: Where I sit in life
    Bad: I’m left to code like crazy this weekend and monday, so it’s looking like I have 20-40 hours worth of stuff I will have to get through (planning, programming, testing and debugging). Depending how I did on the exam for the course this program is in, this could be pointless as I’m teetering on not passing range. If I failed that exam and/or fail this program I’d probably fail the course and probably have to stick with my less interesting other major.
    Ugly: I don’t think I ate fruit or vegetables this week as I haven’t had time to buy anything not served to me. Also I can’t drink as I need to be as fully functioning as possible.
    tldr: high level college course pain

  • King Shit of Fuck Mountain
  • CyberneticOrganism

    GOOD: It’s Friday and I have a bunch of music shit lined up for the weekend, both in terms of catching up on new bandcamp albums and fucking around with recording & amp settings.

    BAD: It’s 3:30 on Friday and my tasks for the day are still going strong, which sucks.

    UGLY: This chilly, featureless gray sky. Fuck off cold weather you cock.

    • Vladimir Poutine

      Tell me about it. Maine’s actually living up to the stereotypes right about now.

      • KJM

        I can’t even open my windows at home because cold air blows right in, so annoying.

        • Vladimir Poutine

          It’s gotta end sometime. Seriously. May is one of my favorite months of the year and this whore weather will not ruin it.

          • KJM

            It was actually snowing in the Boston area last night. SNOWING.

          • Vladimir Poutine

            Mother ov God. This has gone far enough.

            If it doesn’t warm up, I’ll be happy to send you a bottle ov Allen’s Coffee Brandy, for the sake ov New England and Toilet solidarity.

    • J.R.

      featureless gray sky is >>> though.
      get kvlt you scrub

  • Dagon

    Ayy Deuce, best of luck, man! I’m very happy for you. Congratulations on the baby, I bet you guys must make a lovely family together. I’ll try to throw in some chill songs, see if you like them:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2O0kuoiAm2A

  • old_man_doom

    Congratulations, Ron

    The Good: I got a job for the month of August teaching at an intensive language institute. A group of affluent French students are coming in to California and I get to be both their English teacher and their tour guide through American culture. The question now becomes should I take them to Summer Slaughter…

    Also, I watched Rumer perform at my friendly, local record store this week. Never heard of her before, but she was awesome: kinda like a laid-back, 70s easy listening type sound, and she nailed it. Not to mention that she is a hottie. This music is not usually my thing (obviously), but I suspect it will be soon.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kw3N67AJLTg&spfreload=10

    The Bad: Not much. If I ain’t dead or dyin’, then it’s a damn good day.

    The Dank: I have a teaching evaluation coming up in order for me to graduate with my certificate in teaching English as a second language. I’m fucking nervous about it, dudes. It’s not necessarily a make-or-break situation, and I have everything I need to do well, but I have some serious nervousness about it.

    • Dr. W.’s Tentacles

      You’re gonna kill it, bro.

  • Dagon

    GOOD: Being able to share a cup of coffee pretty much every afternoon with my grandma. I will miss her.

    BAD: My old girl has a new dude and I still feel some type of way about that even though the relationship was in a very poor condition. Guess it will only go away when I meet someone as interesting again. It’s taking a while.

    UGLY: My mug. I fucked up and shaved this week. Clean shaven is definitely NOT a good look for me.

    • Edward/Breegrodamus™

      You owe me a story about Amy Winehouse, unless I owe you a response there.

    • KJM

      Speaking as a middle aged man, I’m very happy to have my mother still alive and well.

    • Dr. W.’s Tentacles

      Have you considered a scorched earth policy? it can be hard to heal when you don’t cut someone out completely.

      • Dagon

        I thought this is what you meant before I googled “Scorched Earth Policy”. I don’t talk to her anymore, and I only saw her once after the breakup. It just goes to show that we were growing apart, the fact that we don’t even go to the same places. Or anywhere, really, in my case hahaha.

        I’m at a weird place right now where I miss the intimacy but I definitely don’t want / don’t need a new relationship. Things have been getting progressively better though.

        https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g3HAf9Kj4Ao

        • Dr. W.’s Tentacles

          Are you still friends with her on social media?

          • Dagon

            Yeah, but only on Facebook now. She’s not that active there.

            I stopped following her on IG, though. More to prevent myself from stalking/reading comments than because of something she actually posted.

          • Dr. W.’s Tentacles

            Aye. i feel you, man. I’m only speaking of my own experience, but I had to completely cut my ex out of my life (well before I got married) to heal. I burnt all the photos/gifts she gave me, deleted her number, deleted photos of us from Facebook, generally dropped napalm on all memories.

            Deleting your old girl from FB could help.

          • cosigned. and delete all e-mails. you’ll be searching for something like “buffalo wild wings” and an old e-mail will come up and make ya feel like shit again.

          • Dr. W.’s Tentacles

            I think the only thing I have left from that relationship is a nondescript black blanket because it’s super warm.

          • Dagon

            Specially if you were dating your b-dubs bro.

          • Dagon

            I definitely get that. Not sure if it was the same in your case but I was really close to her family so there’s probably 50-70 contacts in my FB account that are related to her, be it family or friends.

            EDIT–
            112 contacts. lol

          • Dr. W.’s Tentacles

            Ahhh, that adds another layer. No, I wasn’t close to her family. We had mutual friends, but pretty much all of them sided with me.

          • Dagon

            Was that in college or a high school sweetheart of sorts? How long were you guys together?

            Excuse me if I’m digging too deep.

          • Dr. W.’s Tentacles

            Not prying. This was earlier in college. We were together for about two years things didn’t end well, but we’ve both forgiven each other, moved on, and gotten married to other people. I haven’t talked to her in like 3 years, but from what I’ve heard, it seems like she’s doing okay.

        • Vladimir Poutine

          It sounds like you’re keeping a good perspective about it, though, which bodes well for the future.

          • Dagon

            I’m a pretty chill guy. Not really an optimist, but a system I like to call “Relaxed negativity”. Lol.

          • Vladimir Poutine

            That works pretty well for me as well. Good thinkin’.

        • KJM

          I’m still in that weird place after more than 2 years.

          • Ahmed Johnson The Reef Eater

            I’m in a weird place with a lot of my exes. Sometimes I cut them out of my life, sometimes I try to stay friends with them. The former always works for me, the latter never works.

    • you’re a handsome flusher with facial hair. it’ll grow back!

      • Dagon

        I can’t wait! What about your hair? Are you growing it long again?

        • yes!! cutting 3 years of growth was a mistake (it was for girl reasons of course).

          • Dagon

            It always is. Smdh at us.

    • Tyree
    • Ahmed Johnson The Reef Eater

      I’m sorry to hear about your woman troubles. I don’t look for relationships because they always end badly for me. I’m now waiting until I find someone who can prove to me that relationships can be good.

      • Stanley

        Sounds like you’ve got yourself a chicken and an egg.

        • Lacertilian

          Just cook both

  • Vladimir Poutine

    The Good: New England Metal & Hardcore Fest last weekend was awesome. My buddy flew in from Colorado, we drank a shit ton of beer, got to hang with Allegaeon again, and saw some great sets. I really needed that. Even Sunday’s shitty lineup didn’t matter, as I was blackout drunk pretty much all day and remember none of the bands. Success.

    The Bad: on the way back from NEMHF, my car literally burst into flames on the highway. We pulled over and got the fuck out of there pretty much unscathed, but the fire spread really quickly and took the whole vehicle down to the frame. Pretty dramatic actually. That, and the ensuing chaos, made for a pretty weird end to the trip.

    The Ugly: the hangovers we had Monday morning, and the inside of what was formerly my car. Behold!

    • Dr. W.’s Tentacles

      That’s wild. Did insurance cover it?

      • Dagon

        Wild is exactly the term that came to my mind.

        Glad everything worked out, Vlad.

      • Vladimir Poutine

        Yeah; the vehicle wasn’t worth much after the loan was paid off, but I got enough for a down payment on a new car (if I drain my rainy day fund). No reimbursement for all the CD’s in there, which I’m a little bummed about, but hey- I’m in one piece, so there’s that.

    • holy shit

    • Guacamole Jim

      Holy hell dude. I’m very glad you’re okay!!

      • Vladimir Poutine

        Thanks man. Needless to say, I went home and listened to “With Strength I Burn.”

    • KJM

      Damn…

    • Formerly Known As Oli Sykes

      Holy moly that is nasty, glad you got out OK.

    • Dagon

      I told you to wait until you got home to listen to my mixtape

  • Good: I’m fucking done with projects and papers for this semester, I didn’t die of a heart attack during my debate in English, found a flavor of Mountain Dew I’ve never tried (Yes, I am one of those people though I fucking hate Doritoes), I’m going to the mountains tomorrow to film a music video for a friend, my carpel tunnel surgery aftermath healed up perfectly, and the weather is awesome.

    Bad: Nothing. For once, this week has been pretty dope. For some reason, my mental stability was out of whack on Tuesday and I was acting like a dick but sleep fixed that.

    Ugly: Nothing here either. My week has been free of liquid-oozing orifices. Have a picture of my dog:

    • Dog thread: (refresh for images)

      • Here’s the whole crew:

        • Dogs >>>>

        • mexcellent! what are the breeds?

          • The black one is a Kerry Blue Terrier (her name is Finley). The golden one is a Soft Coated Wheaten Terrier (Her name is Dublin and oh my is she soft). The silver colored one is a Schnauzer-mix (His name is Smidget). The one that you can barely see in the background is a Miniature Pinscher mixed with a dachsund (her name is Lindy). I don’t particularly like that one. She’s my sister’s dog and it is mean as sin.

      • wantwantwantwantwant

      • Sir Tapir the Based™

        • Lacertilian

          that dude/gal looks cool for a corgi

    • CyberneticOrganism

      I’m curious to see what the video looks like. Plz share with us!

  • tertius_decimus

    Ugly: surprisingly, nothing ugly.
    Bad: I fell hard two days ago on the pavement. Left side of my body hurts badly. X-ray detected no serious damage, though. I also had one more moment of running out of money completely and I got fired from new job.
    Good: As I wrote few days ago, I found very good friend, a one-of-a-kind girl. She’s smart, full of emphaty and compassion. It’s a special feeling to be connected mentally with someone who does understand, especially for such people-hater like me. In a world where one can’t rely on anyone meeting person THAT good shifts usual mental patterns to better, exciting level. It’s like enter into warm house after severe snowstorm. Also, I found a new job. Seventh in a row (!).

    • Maik Beninton

      Your new job was the same as the old one, right?
      Why did they hire you after they fired you?

      • tertius_decimus

        Yep, sounds too confusing. Clarification: “new job which was the same as the old one” is the job of the bike messenger. These people still keep me. However, being too underpaid, I couldn’t stay with them despite very good working atmosphere, so I went out in a search for a job in the workshop. There I got fired 7 days after joining. Now, I have two jobs: job of bike messenger and job in another workshop. Will work interchangeably.

    • Vladimir Poutine

      Congrats on the new job and, more importantly, the new friend!

    • Dagon

      That sounds great, man! Not the falling part, everything else.

      You should probably share bruise pics with @disqus_77PBSiK8Ug:disqus

      • tertius_decimus

        Guagamole’s bruise is much more brutal, LOL! There’s absolutely no comparison!

  • tertius_decimus

    Congratulations on a baby, Ron! It’s so wonderful!

  • BLOODBEARDE

    Ron Deuce, your decision to procreate has been noted. Inconsequentially, my old lady is also a massage therapist. Also, this line: “My son is a two year old version of Charlie Sheen minus the cocaine and porn stars.” What would (my hero) Charlie Sheen be without hookers and blow. Bangin’ 7 gram rocks and finishing them. Mother fuckers didn’t read the instructions.

    Anywho, on to my shit that no one gives two fucks about:
    Get Gud: About to start my NG+ playthrough on DkS2:SotFS. Rebuilding my tank with a twist this time ’round. I was going to rebuild my Dex/Faith that I called “The Zealot” but a tank is just so good PvE, too. I also got hit on by a very attractive customer today. I might not be able to do anything with it, it just raises the self-esteem, you know? I also got off work early today. To add to it, coming soon is the (MS sponsored 🙁 🙁 ) Taake, Wolvhammer, YAITW tour to AVL. This will be an amazing show.

    The Bad: I gotta work tomorrow. Mo’ money, mo’ arthritis.

    The Ugly: Tapirs. >>>>

    • i’m loving DS2, currently level 124. will definitely play with you soon! i know, we talked about this months ago…….

      • BLOODBEARDE

        I think you’re scurred for some reason, and I dont understand it, McNutty

    • KJM

      7 gram rocks >>>>>

    • J.R.

      I’m holding out for the Toilet Tour, featuring Electric Friends, Scab, and [other Toilet tunes]. It’ll be awesome.

      • CyberneticOrganism

        I’d pay for that.

  • JWG

    Good: I’ve had my eye on the following shirt for a while now, so when I realized I needed a few more to avoid running out before laundry day, it was right on top of my order list:

    http://www.fright-rags.com/images/main-damn-fine-coffee.jpg
    While ordering I realized I hadn’t actually got anything from Fright-Rags since 2011 – a special edition Todd and the Book of Pure Evil Shirt. Which, as an aside, several people have commented on (positively) this month – even though I’ve been wearing it regularly for four years without any such notice. It might be a sign that the time is right to resurrect that program.

    Bad/Ugly: I have a high fever and a migraine for the second day in a row. “Thanks” to my medical condition I have potentially a very high tolerance for head pain when it strikes. So that I can deal with. The sensation of being roasted from the inside less so…

  • Ahmed Johnson The Reef Eater

    I’ve been listening to a lot of T.Rex. I enjoy that they started out as a hippie folk outfit in 1967 but had transformed into the forefathers of glam rock by 1971. I specifically enjoy Tanx, Electric Warrior, The Slider and Zinc Alloy and The Hidden Riders Of Tomorrow

    • KJM

      I recently taught myself how to play ‘Main Man’, ‘Ballrooms Of Mars’, and ‘Highway Knees’, huge fan of Marc.

      • Ahmed Johnson The Reef Eater

        I enjoy Marc and T.Rex much more than Sweet or other glam rock of that time. I also enjoy Slade quite a bit.

        • KJM

          Agreed. The best thing about Quiet Riot getting big in the early 80s was that Slade managed to make good money and find an American audience via ‘Keep Your Hands Off My Power Supply’.

          • Ahmed Johnson The Reef Eater

            It was convenient for Slade and I’m sure they still make money off of the covers of the song.

  • Paris Hilton

    I was trembling with such a force that the Gods themselves could feel the vibrations in their coffee mugs. I took the last drag of my cigarette and exhaled with a long sigh as I flicked it to the sidewalk. The embers suffocated instantly- parallel to what was left of my hope.

    I remember everything about that night. Every goddamn fucking thing. Goddammit! Judgemental eyes of passing strangers were now running up and down my body. Wondering what was wrong with me. Trying to pierce my soul. I’m not even sure if I have one to pierce anymore.

    It all started with the nightmares. A demon would tell me every night that an unlikely army of warriors would wage a war of silence on a steel dragon with many heads. I didn’t understand it. It frightened me. I was too scared and embarrassed to seek help. I drank- I drank until I passed out- only to have the same nightmare. It was around this time that Shannon had enough, filed her divorce and left. But, that’s a tale for another time.

    The night my revolutions showed true was the day that they sent Varg Vikernes to jail. They sent a completly innocent man to prison, just for voicing his opinions. At that moment, I knew what the demon was trying to tell me all of those years ago. The Social Justice Warriors are forcing the innocent, peaceful, and logical people of Heavy Metal into a pact of censorship and silence. When will we be free? When will the silence be broken? When will Shannon come back to me?

    Anyway, that’s how my weekend’s goin so far. I hope yours is not filled with dreams of dementia and demons. I hope you rise to fight the Social Justice Warriors this weekend.

    • KJM

      I actually thought I was on Lambgoat for a sec, well done.

    • Guacamole Jim

      You’re an inspiration.

    • CyberneticOrganism

      …and now you know the rest of the story.

      http://i.imgur.com/IW8simF.gif

  • Ahmed Johnson The Reef Eater

    Good: I have a lot of money now, T. Rex, I get my paycheck next week

    Bad: I might not be able to see Testament because of a family thing.

    Ugly: Same as above, the existence of T Rex featuring Bill Legend as well as Mickey Finn’s T Rex.

    • KJM

      Mickey Finn’s been dead for years and they still tour under that name? Egad.

      • Ahmed Johnson The Reef Eater

        Yes they do. Graham Oliver is in the band now.

    • Lacertilian

      Take your family to Testament and tell them they’re a good christian band

      • J.R.

        I did this when I was a young child buying some iTunes album. “But Mom, [band name] is Latin for God is Good!” Or something. Felt kinda guilty but had slammin jams so it was fine.

        • Lacertilian

          I refuse to believe online music purchasing was something anyone could do during early childhood.
          I was 14 before we even got the internet (1998).

          • J.R.

            I’m only 21, so I don’t know why I said “young child”, as I was probably 13-14 in the above scenario. Oops!

    • Stanley

      JJD, your family will be there tomorrow. Testament may never tour again.

      • Ahmed Johnson The Reef Eater

        My grandfather probably won’t be around much longer. He is 90 after all.

        • Stanley

          So are Testament!

          • Stanley

            That was a joke, JJD. Enjoy your family time!

          • Ahmed Johnson The Reef Eater

            I’ll probably go if they aren’t touring again and if I’m not doing anything that day.

        • Taylor Jong Un

          Yeah, I say stick with your grandfather. I’m thankful I got to talk to my grandmother shortly before she passed and the whole dark cloud around it popped up. But I had a feeling her time on this earth was almost up.

  • CT-12

    The good: Inquisition, and Ron’s post (congratulations man)

    The bad: I fucked up my leg after running everyday for only about 2 weeks. Calf feels better after taking a day off from yesterday, but it still is jacked enough to where I know better than to run again today. (any running/preservation tips are welcomed *cough* GL *cough* Stanley *cough*)

    The ugly: me after this weekend. Going to a buddy’s show tonight, working early tomorrow morning, working again Sunday, then going to a wedding, and another show. PASS THE FUCKING TYLENOL!!!

    P.S. here’s some “lull your baby to sleep” material for ya Ron! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1No7I5tDNYM

    • KJM

      Never underestimate the importance of stretching.

      • CT-12

        That’s the funny thing man, I stretch like a motherfucker before and after running. My buddy who knows a lot more about running stuff than me was telling me that he’s heard stretching before you run can actual mess you up. Don’t know how true that is, but I sort of believe after this bullshit.

        • KJM

          Yeah not so much before but definitely after.

          • Dr. W.’s Tentacles

            Bingo.

        • Stanley

          The jury is out on stretching as a means to improving your running but it may help with injury prevention. (Essentially your muscles are like springs and you want them to be coiled as tightly as possible to run fast). If you are going to stretch before your run, you should warm up first and then perform some dynamic stretching rather than static stretching.

          http://runcoach.com/index.php?option=com_k2&view=itemlist&task=category&id=82:active-warmup&Itemid=444

          Personally, if my workout is a speed workout, I’ll warm up first and then do the stretches in the videos above. If I’m at the track, I’ll also do these. You can’t do them on a treadmill.

          http://runcoach.com/index.php?option=com_k2&view=itemlist&task=category&id=8:training-videos&Itemid=444

          If I’m running long or tempo (threshold) i just run one or two miles slow and then get on with it – no stretching before. I like to stretch post run as it makes me feel better and I think that I recover quicker.

    • Edward/Breegrodamus™

      I have hit up the homey Stanley for tips on running, too, lol.

      The weather has sucked here lately so I am waiting for it be a little warmer. I have been getting exercise every day though which has been a cool change.

      • Stanley

        It complety slipped my mind that I wanted to send you some foam rolling videos. There are plenty on YouTube, but here is a running specific one from the online coach that I use. https://runcoach.com

        http://help.runcoach.com/customer/portal/articles/628229-foam-roller

        • Edward/Breegrodamus™

          Ah, thanks Stanley! I’m gonna watch that this evening, I have plenty of time to do so.

          What are your thoughts on yoga? With or without relation to running.

          • Stanley

            I don’t know anybody that hasn’t tried yoga that doesn’t love it. Except me. It’s not that I don’t like it, it’s just time. I prefer the feeling and benefits that cardio give me. If I had all the time in the world, I’d probably do it. (Also, it can be expensive where I live).

    • Stanley

      Hey CT-12, big props for your enthusiasm. I don’t know how old you are or what your running back ground is, or what distance you have been running for that matter, but running every day is very tough on the body, even if you are very well conditioned. I’ve said this before, but most running injuries come from the three toos. Too much, too soon, too fast. I get injured all the time because I don’t take my own advice!

      It’s good that your calf is feeling better after a day off so hopefully that means it’s nothing too serious.

      You probably already know about RICE so follow that protocol and then head on over to one of your favorite sports retailers and pick up a 24″ version of one of these mofos then grind the hell out of the knotted calf. At least twice per day and more often if you can stand the pain. This will loosen up some of the tissue and increase the blood flow to the injured area.

      http://www.amazon.com/The-Stick-Travel-17-Inch/dp/B000P7PVWU/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1429915979&sr=8-1&keywords=the+stick

      Listen to your body, start slow and build a base before you go out doing anything crazy. Most coaches would advice not increasing mileage by more than 10% each week. Also, try and work in some cross training like swimming or cycling – anything that is non weight-bearing really.

      Do you have a goal in mind or are you just running for overall good well being?

      • CT-12

        Thanks for the help man, I really appreciate it. I have been maybe biting off a little more than I should chew, so I guess maybe I should just run less of a distance (have been about 3 miles each day) and build up along the way.
        I love swimming, but it’s still not warm enough yet for the lake and I’m relatively far away from town to where I could actually hit up a pool. I might start bringing out my bike again though, now that you mention it. Any other good cardio workouts you can think of that aren’t super weight baring?
        I mainly just started running to improve my mood and make better use of my time, but I’m also down just to be more healthy. I wouldn’t mind shedding a few pounds, but I’m not really wholly concerned about it either; I’d mainly like to just have the security of knowing that I could run and/or perform strenuous activity for a good chunk of time without getting easily burnt out.

        • Stanley

          There are plenty of torture instruments at the gym but it sounds like you’re not a member of one. Hiking is a good alternative (especially if it is hilly) as it works the same muscle groups with the bonus that you are outside and can do it anywhere. Just being outside is good for my mood.

          • CT-12

            Agreed, I was walking all the time with my girlfriend before I started to go running. I’ll probably just go for a normal walk today just to get some exercise in, and do some lifting. Thanks a ton for your help dude, it’s seriously appreciated.

  • Matt Pike’s Sweaty Left Nipple

    Daawwww congratulations dude, she’s adorable.

  • Óðhinn

    Wings of Severance. It’s hard as fuck bro. Fox Lake Illinois, respek.

    m/ WoS m/

    http://youtu.be/ktD0_xIZfGA

  • Celtic Frosty

    I’m late as fuck to this party. It’s like I’m TOO fashionable. Anyway,

    GOOD: I’ve really enjoyed writing more these last few weeks and pushing myself.

    BAD: Knowing I have more shit to write and I keep pushing it away because it gives me that sinking feeling in my stomach because I struggle constantly with whether or not I’m any good at writing, or anything.

    UGLY: That oversharing I just did.

    • Edward/Breegrodamus™

      Spoiler: you’re a good writer.

  • zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz

    special times—in the journey of man
    unto the great mountains–
    knowledge –and
    eternal champions
    forever immortal—beyond life and death–and what was once known as reality

    truth in lies

    https://youtu.be/uYW177hXFE8

    https://youtu.be/gwYqJnSUltM?list=RDgwYqJnSUltM

    https://youtu.be/ChdpflTAvok

    • zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz

      all at once–full vol

  • Taylor Jong Un

    Congrats to you, the wife and the Mini Deuce (who is adorable, btw)!

    The good: Almost done with the Bestias De Asalto interview (99% done) and scored an interview with She Past Away, an excellent and cold as fuck goth/darkwave band from Turkey (and sings completely in Turkish, which makes it even more interesting).

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zwi4BHMnJvg

    I’m getting my old room back once the roomy, who’s getting kicked out, packs up and goes and got my application turned in for the dollar store up the street. Thankfully my roomy, who works there, has been putting in a good word for me. And slammed back 2 whole bags of tendies post 4/20, with dijon mustard. Yes, because of that! 😉

    The bad: Nothing so far, really. Another chill week.

    The Ugly: http://wac.450f.edgecastcdn.net/80450F/thefw.com/files/2013/02/EllenDegeneresKatyPerry.jpg

    • KJM

      At least Ellen has good taste in boobs.

      • Taylor Jong Un

        I’ll be on the top bunk, researching this subject.