- Baby hanging station :S
- Could you live in a van, scared of being caught, eating spaghetti cooked over a camping stove in order to save money and avoid loans? I’d much prefer to forgo education at an expensive university altogether.
- The Atheist Bus is coming to New Zealand. The initial target of $10000 for advertising was reached within 48 hours and a new target of $20000 was made. 5 days in they are just over $1000 from the $20000 target. Go kiwis!
- Wow. (nsfw) How’s that for trying to fit into the image a media dominated sets forth for women?
- Yo Twilight. Also – hehehe Twilight gif.
- Sarah Hannah, ever the thought provoker, gives us the low down on beauty products in media. Don’t be fooled – what they say and the reality seems to be quite different.
- Tumblr is amazing look at all these cool tattoos: button cuffs; autumn leaves sleeve; umbrella; T Rex skeleton; Flowers in the Attic (the Threadless tee design).
- It’s also fuelling my growing Harry Potter obsession quite dangerously. The stars in 2000 and now – Daniel Radcliffe (Harry), Rupert Grint (Ron), Emma Watson (Hermione). I think I’m falling in love with Emma, she’s just so damn cute! (and I don’t usually go for blondes)
I can’t wait for Deathly Hallows Part I!
- TMNT nail art!
- 10 reasons women need other women in their life. You really don’t know how amazing it is to have lots of girlfriends till you’ve experienced it.
- Preacher baiting. Repent homosexuals! Hell awaits you.
- Amaze! I may have to make myself one. (right after I’ve altered those clothes I bought 6 months ago, cleaned up my office, and packed for our 3 week holiday).
- Why I’d rather be punched in the testicles than call customer service.
- Are you a hipster? Check yourself and play hipster bingo on The Thinking Man’s Take On: Hipsterism.
UCB Noteworthy – “Poker Face”
A Capella performance of Poker Face. The singing is great – the choreography is the main attraction though. Hilar.
“Filmmaker Maggie Hadleigh-West believes that the streets are a War Zone for women. Armed with only a video-camera, she both demonstrates this experience and, by turning and confronting her abusers, reclaims space that was stolen from her.”