Monday, April 27, 2015

Nintendo Forever

So, my mom and I have been going through my childhood room in preparation for an upcoming garage sale. I'm ok with getting rid most things.




Needless to say, I brought my old N64 back to my apartment with men and managed to hook it up myself.
wires wires everywhere

I immediately started playing again. And doing nothing else.

I told everyone I was playing Mario Kart, because that's still kind of cool/relevant.

But the truth?



Ok, I played Mario Party too. Bowser's a dick. Anyway, that's what I was up to all weekend

Did you guys play Nintendo or Nintendo 64? Anyone still a secret old school gamer?

Sunday, April 26, 2015

Wednesday, April 22, 2015

Summertiiime

Boyfriend and I went for a walk last weekend, and then this happened:



Don't worry, it was only a tiny bit of burn. Thank god the weather is finally not total shit. What are your signs of summer?

(And in other news - podcast is coming back this week! We have it done, but the internet is being shitty right now so it won't upload. Womp womp.)

Monday, April 20, 2015

Happy 4/20!

Throwback Monday: In honor of 4/20 (aka Boyfriend's favorite holiday), here's a weed post. Enjoy!
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So, as you may have heard, we recently had an election.


Washing and Colorado approved referendums legalizing marijuana for recreational use.


George Takei said this awesome thing about it:


Obviously, the news is doing a lot of stories on this. And it’s awesome. The Daily Show had a segment where they showed some newscasters reactions, like Brian Williams (the coolest stoner ever) and some douchasaurus from fox news. He said something like this:





Seriously, you guys. I love this phrase. I’m not even a big toker. I just love this phrase.  I plan on incorporating into my vocabulary as often as possible.


Has someone made a song and music video for this phrase yet?


Rap cameo. And yes, I meant to leave some brown in their by Boyfriend's hair. Because it's one of those dred-wig things.

You know, something like that.

But seriously, what? I mean there’s so many phrases he could have used instead




But no, he chose to bestow this comedy gold onto the population.


I wanna put this phrase on everything in my life.

  
Everything.


Sorry, houseplant. 


Anyway, that’s my new thing. I’m like this close to changing the name of my blog. Or just modifying it.




UPDATE: Due to one person's popular demand, I MADE T SHIRTS!! Check out the girl here, the boy here, and the plain one here.  WOOHOOOOO! 

Monday, April 13, 2015

The Totally Legit History of Mormonism

I was watching a scientology documentary, which made me think of other made up religions (all of them?). So, sorry any mormon readers (but also, cmonnnnnnnn). Here's the story of mormon, interpreted from the wikipedia entry on Joseph Smith. And also from the song "I Believe" from the Book of Mormon  musical as performed on the Tonys a few years ago. 

There once was a man named Boyfriend Joseph Smith. 


And this is his wife, Wife Gia. 



They lived during the Second Great Awakening,  and Boyfriend Smith spent a lot of time at revival camps. 



And then one day, Boyfriend Smith disappeared for awhile.






Boyfriend Smith continued to go to the hill and visit the magic gold books. Wife Gia did not appreciate that he was skipping out on his husbandly duties.









Boyfriend Smith realized none of the religions in their town were accepting of him and his magical gold books, so they needed to go west.



So they went west. 



Boyfriend Smith tried to spread his teachings in Ohio, but they weren't exactly welcoming.


So they went wester.  











And that's not only how Mormonism began, but also how Joseph Smith died. No need for you to fact check any of this, it is 100% true. The end.