On May 25th
this blog wears the lilac
Okay so I followed this video about foreshortening and…
Sycra. I love you so much for making this video.
YOU GOTTA BE FUCKING SHITTING ME
someone bought an entire page of ad space in my school’s yearbook and just put the word ahloo on it
I WENT TO LOOK UP MASSACHUSETTS MAN BUT THIS IS MUCH BETTER:
did moon moon get a job
you know what should be a thing? like, marriage, except it’s for friends
and you have this big ceremony thing where all your friends and family are there and you say that you wanna be best bros for life and shit
and on the night of the ceremony you dont have sex but you get a hotel room and eat pizza and play video games or have a marathon of your favourite tv show and then you go on a bronymoon
yes you could
Started later than I wanted today because I did laundry in the morning. I went and saw Wenceslas Square and the National Museum, then got distracted by St. Henry’s Tower and the medieval Powder Tower, which I went up in to get a bird’s eye view of Prague (so worth it!). Then I headed over to the Old Town Square, with the Church of Our Lady Before Tyn and the Astronomical Clock Tower (which I somehow didn’t realize was the Astronomical Clock Tower until much later in the afternoon - AFTER my camera battery died, of course). From there I crossed the river and watched a guy feed the swans (there were a lot of swans) before heading up the hill to Prague Castle. I got kind of lost in the confusion of streets under the castle, though, and accidentally wandered onto the grounds of the Senate, where I saw an albino peacock (and where I got a facefull of albino peacock tailfeathers when it turned around suddenly). I had a thoroughly good time exploring the castle, where I discovered my new favorite cathedral (St. Vitus) and told myself repeatedly that no, there was no way I could fit a sword in my backpack, no, not even that pretty little rapier there. So I went and fired a crossbow instead. After the castle closed, I wandered across Charles Bridge, finally giving up and buying some street art along the way, and I ended up at the Old Town Square again in time to see the Astronomical Clock strike seven, which was quite a show. Afterwards I took the metro down to see Bastion, which is a baroque-era part of the originally medieval fortification of Prague, and the nearby Ztracenka garden, before taking the metro back to the part of the city where my hostel’s located just in time to see the (full?) moon rising in the dusk. Ah, Prague. Another fabulously gorgeous city on my neverending list of places to revisit one day.
Every Series, Every Episode!
StarTrek.com has made every episode available for streaming on their website! (and there doesn’t seem to be any indication that its only temporary!)
Have a series you’ve been meaning to watch? Can’t afford Netflix? No problem! Go forth; all of Star Trek is now at your disposal!
YOU NIQQAS WANNA LEARN ELVISH?! HERE YA GO!
this makes me think about the post about the two girls who didn’t want to get caught sendes notes in class so they learned elvish
Me and my friend learned to write in Atlantian during high school to avoid having our notes read
I can still read Gnommish, just to join the party
Random things to get homesick over: the dryers in my hostel. They’re the same dryers as the ones on my college campus.
A quick hello from Bratislava!
So my parents just found out about my fourteen year old brother smoking weed because they found this on his window ledge. So in the middle of a huge lecture my dad decides to open the Baggie and smell it to see how strong it is. He immediately starts crying with laughter. THIS NIGGA HAS BEEN BUYING AND SMOKING FUCKING OREGANO. FUCKIN ITALIAN HERBS. SON. I CAN’T. I CANNOT. I CAN’T DO THIS.
This isn’t funny. That’s the gateway drug to a full blown marinara addiction. It’s good this was caught before this kid started hanging out at Olive Garden and sucking on every breadstick he can find to score another hit.
IT GOT BETTER.
You better keep a close eye on that boy, it’ll be rosemary next and you know what THAT leads to
Started early yesterday by walking up to Budapest’s Castle District, where I ran into some kind of formal ceremony next to Matthias Church and Fisherman’s Bastion. The group moved down the street in the same direction I was going and stopped at a statue to continue the ceremony, and I got to watch a couple Hungarian platoons and a color guard going through their part of the proceedings. I explored Buda Castle and the outside of the National Gallery for a while, then went down the hill and across Chain Bridge to Parliament. (I’m starting to realize that there are many government buildings in the world more impressive than ours.) After that I took the metro to the State Opera, and then walked up to Liszt Square, where I had a delicious lunch. Then I took the metro again to Heroes Square and Budapest’s city park, where I strolled around and read for a while across the pond from Vajdahunyad Castle, the most fairy-tale collection of buildings I’ve ever seen. I looped around to take a look at Széchenyi Bath, then took the metro again down to St. Stephen’s Basilica. I walked up to Budapest’s synagogue, which is the largest one in Europe and I think the third largest in the world, then went back towards the river to walk around the Deák tér area. Strolled back up the Danube at sunset and caught the metro back across the river to Buda.