Posts Tagged ‘awesome’

Side note…

August 3, 2012

Uh, just so you guys know, I just read a few pages of this blog and it’s the most awesome thing I’ve ever read. It’s well written, entertaining, and contains some of the best knock-knock jokes the world has ever known. I’m too good to you guys. Really.

Also, I majored in modesty at university, as you can probably tell.

Modesty with a minor in Sarcasm and Awesomeness.

T-shit [sic] design

January 16, 2011

I was just casually strolling through uni today when suddenly I was hit with a stroke of sheer genius! This awesome design for a t-shirt just popped into my head!

Get it? You get to be me! Sorta.

But then once I drew it out and thought about it, I realised it might be a shitty idea. Nevertheless, I thought I’d share it with you.

I think I’ve had too much coffee today.

UPDATE: Ten said she didn’t really get it at first, so let me make it a little more obvious:

 

How you are perceived based on your typing style

November 9, 2010

The 5-year-old who just smoked crack rocks in the basement and now hallucinates cats. Probably not a child. Probably not on crack. And there are probably no cats involved. This typer is just a sick, sick person who finds pleasure in tainting the web with z’s and lol’s.

The wannabe emo teenager who’s actually an adult and can’t spell for shit. Key characteristics: Uses “2” instead of “two/to/too”. Uses “4” instead of “four/for.” Uses single letters instead of full words (e.g. u = you). Combines letters and numbers to create words (e.g. b4 = before).

The unicorn who just ate a bunch of shrooms. People who type like this need to have their arms chopped off at the elbows. If that doesn’t stop them from coming in contact with a keyboard, shoot on sight.

The lazy college kid who sits around facebook all day. The only thing missing in this typer’s style is a bit of appropriate capitalisation and the occasional apostrophe. But because he’s in college, a lack in motivation is completely understandable. It’s just sad because there’s so much potential! *sheds a tear*

The ADHD princess who can’t be bothered to type full sentences. A plethora of exclamation marks tends to be used, and almost everything is abbreviated into an acronym.


The overweight, balding, 50-year-old gaming nerd who pretends to be a kid in chat-rooms.


The totally awesome Ona (and people who aspire to be like her, but never quite make it).


Halloween

October 31, 2010

Halloween is probably the most pointless “holiday” on the calendar. It celebrates nothing. No, really. Wikipedia it.

That having been said, it is still celebrated by a gajillion people worldwide. So, in honour of all the Halloweeners (Hollow-wieners? Hahaha I crack myself up), I’ve decided to write a pointless post to celebrate this pointless event. If you’re borderline blind (e.g. Ma) and have trouble reading the captions, a simple click on each image will enlarge it to full-screen.

We begin our tale at the youngest age possible. This stage refers to kids who just learned how to walk, and know enough vocabulary to say “trick-or-treat,” “candy please,” “yummy,” and “please don’t rape or poison me.” Parents dress their kids up in cute little costumes, amp them up with the promise of candy, and gallivant around neighbourhoods, collecting sugary treats.

As these adorable little munchkins grow up, they begin to phase out of the trick-or-treating stage. All of a sudden it’s “lame” to dress up. They’re “too cool” to go around with their little siblings and partake in this sacred family tradition. However, candy is still a motivator, so they roll their eyes and grudgingly force themselves to go door-to-door for a week’s worth of sugar-high.

The next stage is the coolest stage. This is when teenagers realise that Halloween isn’t about silly old candy, it’s about having a reason to throw a costume party! They typically dress up in elaborate costumes and go to someone’s house party. The host’s mom serves chilled non-alcoholic punch and orders large pizzas. Everyone then sits around in their awesome costumes, watching old-school horror films.

Once these teens reach college, their inner demons surface. For the girls, the demon takes the form of a slut-monster. And for the guys, the demon is a giant keg of beer. When these two genders attend a college Halloween party, there’s basically just a lot of drunken sex scenes, and depending on the costumes, it can get really weird. Fact: 90% of girls will be a slutty cat/nurse/devil/angel/witch/you name it, and 95% of guys won’t even bother dressing up. It’s science.

Now that they’ve graduated and have jobs, a new phase of Halloweening takes place. There’s still some dressing up, but because these people are now in their early thirties, the costumes are way less intricate. Usually, both the male and the female will “dress up” as a celebrity they remotely resemble. They then go hang out at the local bar for a couple hours before they have to rush back home to the screaming toddler.

 

The aforementioned toddler has now grown up, and our two main characters are proud, beaming, excited parents. No longer do they need to dress up, rather, it’s time to send the kids out trick-or-treating! Meanwhile, the parents sit at home and dish out candy. Oh, how the tables have turned.

Years later, the kids are out of the house and all that’s left is the nice elderly couple who lives down the street.

And that, my friends, is the end of our journey. I hope you all have a wonderful Halloween (regardless of which stage you’re in) and keep it safe!

Did I mention I have a drawing tablet?

October 26, 2010

Yeah, I got it over the summer. And I kinda haven’t really been using it. But as I was writing my previous post, I felt like some visual aid was necessary. Enter: drawing tablet. It’s so nifty! And convenient! I can draw whatever I want, but faster because of functions such as “fill!” The possibilities are limitless. Here’s another quickie, because I watched the movie 9 the other day with Adam. But I couldn’t remember if 9 wore glasses or not, and he’s definitely not as old as I made him look, but whatevs. Point is, I can sketch directly onto my laptop now. Brace yourselves. The next thousand-ish posts are going down in style.

Young Vaughn’s pretty sick

August 2, 2009

Album Artwork

So my friend Young Vaughn, a really talented artist, just released his new album (The New School Cool) and a video for one of his tracks entitled “Loser!” And I think awesome pretty much sums them both up. Click here to download the album for free, and click here to check out Loser! on YouTube.

If you’re into Hip Hop, you won’t be disappointed, and if you’re not into Hip Hop, this guy just might get you hooked.


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