Moss Graffiti: A How To Guide
are you fucking for real
Oh man, i was actually looking for this the other day.
Yay it’s back to remind me of something awesome I haven’t gotten done yet
this is fucking sick
Cheap Clothes // Whitley
And I have tried and I have won
And I have lost so many things
We sit and smile and stand for a while
And I have lost so many things
And I still hear your voice, in my house, in my
Room, you’re calling, you’re ten feet falling down
Soil will break your fall
Like it’s done a thousand times before, and I
I still think of you when the night gets cold
When it’s cold
Ladri babes from Mal!!! Look at theeeeemmm they are beautiful they are SMOOCHING UNDER MISTLETOE they are going on Leo’s crappy homemade treasure hunt ?!?!?!?! AAAAHHHH
And maybe next Christmas
I won’t be sick and so crude
But I’ll be fresh-faced
And dancing with you
Though I’ve got two left feet swinging
And I’m singing out of tune
There’s no where else I’d rather be
On Christmas but where else?
Haha! Dearest Mal has made a grave mistake and sent me her old tablet so now you all will be able to side-eye my digital scribbles and pretend you don’t know where I came from~*~*~*~
So far this is my quick exploration of MS Paint!! What else did you expect me to draw first…
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"New rules," right? Jay-Z set a bar this year when he announced Magna Carta Holy Grail two weeks before its release date, selling Samsung one million units and earning himself a platinum record before any marketing had begun.
But his wife might have just one-upped him.
After almost an entire calendar year of teasing her massively loyal fanbase (and the rest of us) with clips, commercial appearances and generally not saying anything at all about her new album during her entire world tour (she also cut her hair!), Beyonce drops a new 14-song album at midnight on Friday the 13th with 14 accompanying music videos. Oh, and HOV, Drake and Frank Ocean all make appearances. OH, and Columbia Records said this week that her new album would be dropping in 2014. So much for that…
It’s December. The music industry, as it does every year, is about to go on hiatus for half a month. The Christmas albums have come out and the Grammy nominations are already here. No one releases new music this close to the new year for many reasons – one major reason is that Internet traffic dies during the holiday season, meaning that online marketing has a limited reach.
But when your marketing strategy costs zero dollars, who gives a fuck about that? Putting a new album on iTunes doesn’t cost anything. Releasing a 14-song album with 14 music videos comes with its production costs, sure, but this thing costs $16 online. And here’s a prediction – Queen Bey will chime in on this week’s Soundscan reports with sales around the 500K mark (and maybe more), even though she has a 3-day disadvantage by dropping the self-titled LP on a Friday instead of a traditional Tuesday.
Pretty sure that’s how it went down. There’s no other explanation to why there are so many of them.
Today at work a four year old Japanese girl walked up to me, stroked my skirt, and softly whispered “kawaii.”
I feel like my life is complete.
Cat inspired yarn!
"Irish folklorist and dramatist Lady Augusta Gregory penned some of the most memorable and timeless retellings of tales from Irish mythology. Recently, the Folio Society — makers of such exquisitely crafted books as The Alice B. Toklas Cookbook illustrated by Natacha Ledwidge– resurrected Lady Gregory’s tales in a lavish slip-case edition of Irish Myths and Legends (public library) featuring stunning art by Brooklyn-based illustrator and cartoonist Jillian Tamaki.”
- from brainpickings.org