Tuesday, 28 October 2014

'Net Noodling

Another show I watch is MTV's Catfish. I find it fascinating. I think that if I were to meet a guy online and never video-chatted that he would think he's catfished; I'm that incredulous in person. I sympathize with the people on the show because I have stretches of social awkwardness too. I can totally see myself being more comfortable chatting to someone new at home cozy in my ridiculously pink plush bathrobe
than putting myself out there in the meat market. I think nowadays, social interaction is really tough. My social circle only keeps shrinking. When it comes to people, new just isn't exciting anymore, new is exhausting. I find it tiring trying to keep someone's attention much less standing out as an interesting character! If I talk to you in face-to-face, I'm apt to say something off-color. If I'm quiet, it isn't because I'm snobby; sometimes there's just nothing going on in my empty little head!

Saturday, 25 October 2014

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

Mug from collecting ABC store receipts in Waikiki, Hawaii:

Here's me with a big turtle for real:

Sunday, 19 October 2014

Denim dream on

I got these on major sale at the Seattle outlets:

Roxy Desert Dunes vintage wash bootcut jeans $7.50

Wednesday, 15 October 2014

Sunday, 12 October 2014

Organic clean hair

CanadianGiftGuide.com is a fantastic blog. Her prizes are always timely delivered with next to no hassle. I won yet another luxury prize from her, including:
Moody Sisters Dry Shampoo $14. Like that it is lightly Lemon Verbena essential oil scented and love that it comes with a puff for spot on application! I've been meaning to give dry shampoo a try for a while now in order to preserve my artificial hair color from fading longer. So this came at great timing!

The company logo is also way too cute for words;

Monday, 6 October 2014

Feelin' blue

Streetwear Society's
Wrap toe flats. Picked them out on the fly. 

Wednesday, 1 October 2014

Hair iron

Super shiny device.
Sparkle vivid livid pink beast of a hair straightener I picked up in Akihabra, Tokyo. Made it back home in my suitcase perfectly fine. The plates are a good size. Its fantastically liteweight. The cord swivels 360° for maneuverability. Gets super hot and does the trick!