Saturday, 31 December 2011

Watched 2011

Will add moments and thoughts to these films later...

The Iron Lady,
The Black Balloon,
Just Go With It,
Midnight In Paris,
Sid and Nancy,
The West Wing S4,
Good Morning, Vietnam;
The Combination,
Me Myself I,
The Square,
The West Wing S3,
Teenage Paparazzo,
Pride and Prejudice,
The Thing,
Love The Beast,
The Jammed,
The West Wing S2,
The Loved Ones,
The West Wing S1,
Mary and Max,
Thank You For Smoking,
Friends With Benefits,
Nowhere Boy,
Samson and Delilah,
Scott Pilgrim vs. The World,
Cowboys vs. Aliens,
Red Hill,
I Love You Too,
Sweet Bird of Youth,
Your Highness,
Monsters Inc,
Grey Gardens,
The King's Speech,
Made In Dagenham,
On Golden Pond,
The U.S. vs John Lennon,
Morning Glory,
Looking for Eric,
Cemetery Junction,
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part Two,
St. Trinian's 2 & The Legend of Fritton's Gold,
The Lives of Others,
9/11: The Falling Man,
Taking Woodstock,
St. Trinian's,
Oranges and Sunshine,
Due Date,
X-Men: First Class,
Date Night,
Bridget Jones's Diary,
The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus,
The Social Network,
Cry Baby,
Into The Wild,
The Walking Dead S1,
The Apartment,
Black Swan,
The Invention of Lying,
Revolutionary Road,
Kramer vs. Kramer,
Jennifer's Body,
Down With Love,
Across The Universe,
The Duchess,
Kick Ass,
Black Death,
The Runaways,
Shutter Island

Read 2011

The Libertine,
The Star-Spangled Girl,
Dear American Airlines,
Into The Wild,
The Bolter,
Fear and Trembling,
The Intellectual Devotional: Modern Culture,
That Eye That Sky,
Bran Hambric: The Farfield Curse,
Lord of the Flies,
The Tales of Beedle the Bard,
Revolutionary Road,
I Used To Know That,
An Abundance of Katherines,
Poems To Make You Smile

Saturday, 1 October 2011


I’ve been battling with my old ego a lot throughout the rehearsals because I’ve seen traces of it in my peers, who, unlike me, didn’t stop performing for four years. When it comes to musicals, one has to have a certain amount of confidence to sing and dance and act with the energy needed to fill a theatre, and I struggled with it at first. I was so use to shutting down my childhood ego, to taking it back from ignorant and naive to balanced to completely unsure of my abilities, that I had trouble bringing out the energy I needed to perform without the demons in my head telling me that I was showing-off or stealing the focus. 

I'm afraid to play.

Monday, 11 April 2011

You Know You Need New Glasses When...

I last had my eyes tested in early 2008. I can't clearly remember why I needed new glasses, but my brain is hinting that I either, 

a) sat on them or 
b) lost them. 

I remember a bed being involved, so it was likely that I either sat on them or put something heavy on them. 

I hate the idea of destroying my glasses by the practically cliche reason of, "Oh, I sat down and my fat arse broke them," so how about a scenario where they were stolen in a brutal battle in an alley with a short-sighted brute? 

Done. Don't worry, I'm OK.

So, I purchased my new glasses with their updated prescription and have worn them now for over 3 years, and lately it's dawned on me that it's high-time for a new pair! 

So how do you know when you're ready for a new pair of glasses?

1. Some things look the same with or without your glasses on or even better without them!
2. Your friends ask why the battered lens in your frames resembles a glass mosaic shower.
3. You find yourself shifting the angle at which you look through your lens, so that the world doesn't resemble a glass mosaic shower.
4. The frames themselves no longer really suit who you are now 3 years later. It hardly matters, but it also really, really matters.

Other possible reasons to get new glasses include:

1. Having Harry Potter style glasses; Mr. Potter was not the only one who wrapped the nose of his broken glasses in tape, my Mum spent a great deal of time with tape wrapped around her glasses too.
2. They are grungy; any diamantes are long gone, the artwork on the sides is scratched off or maybe you've gnawed on them like a gerbil.
2. They are bent out of shape; if the lens on one side of your glasses only helps your eyebrow see well, then it's time to get new frames, kid.

So imagine how excited I was to receive a message from Perfect Glasses USA where they asked me to look at their site and see if there was anything I liked. 

I didn't know what to expect! I have trouble with glasses. The last pair I bought were very expensive because they were the only ones in the whole store (which had quite a limited selection) that looked good on me. 

So, I thought I'd have that trouble with this site, but after a few clicks I instantly fell in love with a gorgeous pair of sea foam green glasses that magically summed up my love for that sea foam green guitar in Stranger Than Fiction and Jeff Goldblum, who, as you might remember is who I want to be when I grow up... well, either Jeff Goldblum or Cake. I'm still working on it.

OK, OK... he doesn't actually have glasses like the ones above, but I do think this blog needed a little Goldblum, am I right, ladies and gentlemen? Yes I am.

Yes, these frames, from the Instant Intellectual line by Paul Frank that this discount glasses company stocks, made me giddy with joy. I mean, not only did they bring my two loves together (well, I forced Goldblum to join in), but they are called "Instant Intellectual's" and I love that, because I hope to be studying at university next year. 

Then there's the important note that they are designed by Paul Frank! I remember all the girls at school carrying Paul Frank bags and wearing the socks and t-shirts, and I'd often pass his boutique store down in SoHo in New York and all the pieces are so fun and cute. It'd be cool to have my own discreet item made by the label.

What do you think? Do you think they are suitable? Let's take a look at some other cool stuff Perfect Glasses stocks and you can tell me your thoughts and let me know if you like any for yourself!

What I like is that they are all 10% off and really affordable. For realz, yo.

The large selection of $19 glasses is really impressive, like these Aviators

But maybe you are lucky enough to be able to pull of the sexy secretary, substitute teacher, librarian look. Well, well done you. Maybe you'll like these Paytons.

I like these a lot. They look quite slick and futuristic and are sure to brighten up your whole face. Good for those people who feel like their glasses get in the way of their physiognomy.

These glasses are called Brookyln, so you know I'm going to have a soft spot for them. Yes, Brown once again, but it's hot. Maybe it's because the brown plastic reminds me of Coke Cola? Yum.

So, let's get back to the classic black frames. These are called American Anthem and they are great because they can go both ways, Business or Rock... Pop-Rock.

Blue can look amazing on Blondes or Red Heads, check these Maestro glasses out for a softer touch to the Nerd look.

So like any? Let me know which ones are your favourite for either yourself or for me! 

Visit their website or their Facebook page for more frames and more giveaways.

Try these on for sight... Yeah, you like what I did there? Lame? Heavens no. Hilarious. Always. Shh.

Thursday, 17 March 2011

Read 2010

Read 2010: The beginning of my journey back into the joy of reading again. The list for 2011 is probably going to much, much longer. I can hear you all saying, "yay, tell us more!" Ok... settle down.

Also, I think this Amazon feature is convenient and cool, please don't take this as a massive ad, because it's not. I don't even know how the program actually works, I just like the idea of easily linking books for you to add to your wishlist!

Schott's Original Miscellany, I was amused to see recently that Jenny in Gossip Girl is reading this book the morning after she is attacked by Chuck in the first episode. If it was on Gossip Girl, then you know it's quality. That sounds sarcastic, but I'm totally guilty of loving so much stuff that is featured on Gossip Girl. Though I'm glad I owned this book before seeing it on Gossip Girl. It's a great little read too. I read it cover to cover instead of just flipping through randomly, and I found it quite delightful, full of facts that don't really matter except to the Regency Era version of me sitting in the corner of my mind pretending she is Jane Austen.

The Book Thief, this book will smash your heart.

Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas, so happy I finally read this book after the seeing the film many times and having owned the book for over a year. I was impressed at how closely the film followed the book. I am looking forward to reading more of his works and reflecting on them again when I brush up on more history of that time.

Looking for Alaska, I believe Paper Towns was my favourite John Green novel, though Alaska is most certainly worth the praise that it receives. Quite heartbreaking and frustrating.

Frisco Pigeon Mambo, someone sent me this and it was quite funny. Reading a pigeon's thoughts. I feel like this is one of those books one should read when they are still grotty and 12, however the references are more pleasing when one is older.

The Walking Dead: Days Gone Bye, Michael was reading The Walking Dead and the series was coming out and so I thought I'd check it out. It was OK. A little awkward at times, but still a great concept. I was impressed how the series was able to stretch out the first issue for the whole season.

Jane, I'm not sure what this is.

GQ/Jan, now this magazine or at least, this issue was good! This was the issue with Rhianna on the cover and they had a page about different lunches you could make and I fell in love. Ripped it out of the borrowed magazine and still have it now. I can't wait to follow their lunchtime instructions.

Glamour/Aug, this magazine was lying on the floor of Michael's room. God know's why. Whatever. Anyway, I wanted to see what a Glamour magazine was like and I wasn't surprised. More sex and other stuff that I find completely trivial.

Deathnote #1, I'd be interested in seeing how this story plays out. It's about a boy who picks up a book that's used by those that control who dies, and he starts using it himself, killing off murders he see's on TV.

Detroit Metal City #1, I bought this for my brother's birthday, but wanted to make sure it was OK first. It's quite funny, but possibly offensive to those who either like light music or dark music. I ended up keeping it and sent James a different present. I give it to him sometime... but I also think I may have left it in New York. Hmm...

Paper Towns, I read this after purchasing a copy at VidCon. I loved the passion around the nerdfighters and though I should properly join the bandwagon and read the book. John Green had also helped me out a bit, just by being nice, during VidCon and so it's my only way I can repay him.

Eat Pray Love, I was quite excited about reading this book. I first saw it in my friends room back in April 2009 and found myself quickly reading through the first few pages and enjoying it. I finished it on a plane on the way back from VidCon, and it was OK. I didn't find her revelations as incredible as others might, because I already had those revelations and I also found her attempt at humour a bit embarrassing at some points. She also seemed to be a bit annoying at times, which means, she must be honest because so many of us are annoying.

And Tango Makes Three, I read this in the Barnes and Noble on 17th St because I know these people! They're charming and amazing and this book is incredible. Recently their work was featured in the Museum of Sex!

the perks of being a wallflower, now being turned into a film. Read this before you see the movie so we can all possibly feel enraged! I'm just kidding, I'm sure they'll create a lovely adaptation. I'm worried about this book. I think I lent it to a friend, it was a used copy, but still, I want it. I could often see myself in the lead character, and I think that's why it resonates with so many people.

Dance Spirit/Feb, oh, you know, just another magazine to make me feel guilty for giving my life's ambition up. I desperately want to get back into dancing, but I need the funds to train and am without right now... still. A great magazine for the younger crowd because DANCE magazine was always far too serious for me when I was younger.

Nylon/Feb, you can't call this a teen fashion magazine, despite the teens in it, because I don't think they could get away with putting ads for cigarettes in it. That's the only thing I don't like, that they've left American Spirit or whatever it's called place ads in it's magazine. I think that's very wrong of them.
Anyway, I love Nylon. I had the Nylon front desk experience before they put a lock on their front door (surely not because of me! haha) and it was amazing. The two girls were so nice and an excellent representation of what the magazine claims to be. I'll subscribe again when I can afford it.

TeenVogue/Mar, I like Teen Vogue. Fashion-wise I find the pieces in this magazine more inspiring than those that are selected for Women's magazine. The articles can actually be quite lame, though, which is disappointing and it's the only magazine that I could possibly trade in my desired life for a life of high-consumerism purely just to fight against the large majority of pointless articles. I'm sure it's not the topics or the age-target, but just the format. The best teen fashion magazine out there though, I've checked. This does treat their audience fairly seriously and is doing it's best to not be totally disney-fied.

Empire/Feb, I think this was a good issue, though maybe it wasn't from 2010. It was an inside look into the films coming out with some amazing pictures from behind the scenes of some classic films. This is a magazine I would subscribe to if I could.

Will Grayson Will Grayson, my very own Advanced Reader's Copy! I was so excited and made John Green feel awkward, because plenty of people get them, but it still meant a lot. I owned Paper Towns but hadn't read it so Will Grayson was my first John Green book (with David Levithan, yes, of course.) It was brilliant and the references were intriguing, and I started another list, but was soon swept into the story once I things started to get really shocking!

Real Simple/Jan, I would borrow these from the lady of the house and indulge in neatness and organization and recipes. I still have some recipes and they are really, really good. I don't like the consumer side of the magazine, but I do appreciate the constant quest of organizing every single possible thing in the Universe.

The Iliad, an epic chore. Yes, there are some really beautifully written passages, which is why the book is totally dog-eared, but it really was a challenge to complete it and I still think Achilles is a whiney bitch.

Have you read these books? What are your thoughts on them?

Watched 2010

Watched 2010: Once again, my summary of Films I watched during 2010.

An Education, The last film of 2010, which is funny because I think it was the last film I saw in 2009... Yes, yes it was. I wonder if I could make that a thing?

Ghost Town, I watched another film I had seen in 2009. I'm just watching films that my Mum hasn't seen. I really enjoy watching films she hasn't seen with her.

Inception, another "you've got to watch this" from Blockbuster, which yes, is still around here.

Scott Pilgrim vs. The World, I bought this for Darryl for Christmas. Do I need to say it again? No, but I will: Bread makes you fat!?

Kick Ass, Hmm, no, I bought this for Darryl for Christmas. I know that I enjoyed seeing it again, at least.

Love Actually, I watched this alone in my room a few days after Christmas.

500 Days of Summer, I watched this with my Dad while hanging out at his house because he absolutely loves it. It's probably one of his all-time favourite movies, which I find a little weird. He is head-over-heels in love with Zooey Deschanel.

Prince of Persia, Dad purchased this off cable one day when we were hanging out and we didn't feel like being inside. I was shocked at the quality of some of the effects since it was Disney and the amazing Jerry Bruckheimer.

Tomorrow When The War Began, I watched this film just before we descended into Australia (is that correct?) and it was really awesome. I was surprised how good it was since it is an Aussie film, and I know it's not good to say this. but so many Aussie films don't do good teen movies or don't even try to make them. So it was really refreshing and great to see Lincoln Lewis (extra buddy) and Rachel Hurd-Wood from Peter Pan and Caitlin Stasey from Sleepover Club do their thing. LOOK HOW MANY FILMS I CAN GET DOWN WHILE ON A PLANE. OH YEAH. 

Wild Target, I watched this film on the plane, too! I thought the possibility of a romance between Emily Blunt and Bill Nighy a little unrealistic, but, hey, stranger things have happened. Rupert Grint was sweet as well.

Eat Pray Love, I finally decided to watch this while on the plane, despite all the bad reviews. It wasn't my favourite film. It wasn't my favourite book either. Some moments were sweet, a lot of it felt really impossible and forced. I think Billy Crudup added some truth about the writer to the film, which made it more interesting.

The Special Relationship, I loved that the same team from The Queen was back for this film. I did not find it as interesting as I found The Queen. I did like how they tackled the Lewinsky issue within their marriage. I also thought that there could have been someone more suitable for Clinton than Dennis Quaid.

Predators, I didn't want to watch this, but I have this thing where I force myself to watch the last movie from the first or last section and this was it. I liked that Topher Grace was in it. I was so bored with it (just not in to these kinds of films) that I let it play while I spent a long time in the plane bathroom brushing my teeth and washing my face, just really trying to make time past faster. I felt so guilty about not watching it properly when I returned to my seat that I rewound it back to where I left it and watched all that I had missed on fast forward... so it was sort of pointless.

The Disappearance of Alice Creed, I love QANTAS. I really do. If I could afford to, I'd always fly with them. I suppose other airlines are doing this these days, but I love that they let us access the Entertainment System while on the ground without even making a big deal about it. We were on the tarmac for 40 minutes, but it was totally fine because drinks were served and we could watch whatever we wanted, they didn't even interrupt the service during take-off, which just shows you how powerful these planes are that they can still have hundreds of little TVs playing all kinds of things while it's trying to get up in the air. I'm in awe of the what they can do with these machines. People take them for granted, but I'll always appreciate them wholeheartedly. This movie was very interesting. I really love the actor, Eddie Marsan. I think he is amazing. So brave and vulnerable. I hope I watch all his work one day.

The Beach, last film I watched in America. I find it hard to not want to watch this film when someone hasn't seen it and I'm about to go traveling.

Every Little Step, I watched this on the Brooklyn XBOX Netflix one day. It was very interesting. I hope that I can do this myself one day. It's a terrifying process, but I'll always feel silly if I never try.

Going The Distance, I watched this film while on a plane. Where was I going? Was I on a plane? I'm sure I was. Maybe I was going to LA for some reason? 
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part One,
The Happening, 

AGES AGO I WROTE THIS: fuuuck. I wrote a description for each of these, using actors names and every thing and all gone. god dammit. MOVING ON!

Being John Malkovich, 
The Quiet American, 
The Client, 
Town & Country, 
Annie Hall, 
Die Hard, 
Happy Go Lovely, 
Independent Lens: Between The Folds, 
The L Word S2, 
Dog Day Afternoon, 
Familiar Strangers, 
The Jerk, 
East of Eden, 
Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? 
Eddie Izzard: Circle, 
Righteous Kill, 
Donnie Darko, 
A Fish Called Wanda, 
Outside Providence, 
Rebel Without a Cause, 
This Film Is Not Yet Rated, 
National Geographic: Secret Yosemite, 
It Might Get Loud, 
The Secret of Kells, 
National Geographic: Inside The Secret Service, 
The September Issue, 
Fast Times at Ridgemont High, 
The Wind That Shakes The Barley, 
It's Kind Of A Funny Story, 
Never Let Me Go, 
Fear & Loathing in Las Vegas, 
The Social Network, 
The Stepfather, 
When Harry Met Sally, 
The Taming of the Shrew, 
Easy A, 
The Awful Truth, 
The End of the Affair, 
A Midsummer Night's Sex Comedy, 
Top Gun, 
Dexter S1, 
Picture Me: A Model's Diary, 
The Princess and the Frog, 
Mao's Last Dancer, 
The Big Chill, 
Downloading Nancy, 
The Ugly Truth, 
Old Dogs, 
Shakespeare in Love, 
He Loves Me He Loves Me Not, 
The Men Who Stare At Goats, 
Land Before Time, 
Heavy Metal, 
Weird Science, 
Pootie Tang, 
What About Bob, 
Battle Royale, 
Scott Pilgrim vs. The World, 
The Boondock Saints II: All Saints Day, 
Shaun of the Dead, 
The Other Guys, 
Get Low, 
When Harry Met Sally, 
Chopping Mall, 
Garden of Heathens, 
Kate and Leopold, 
Did You Hear About The Morgans? 
The Informant! 
The Crazies, 
Wet Hot American Summer, 
Winnebago Man, 
The Sorcerer's Apprentice, 
Now & Then, 
Spice World, 
Planet 51, 
The Room, 
Sophie's Choice,
Skins S2, 
Toy Story 3, 
Buster Keaton: A Hard Act To Follow, 
Brewster McCloud, 
The Cameraman, 
Bedtime Stories, 
Get Him To The Greek, 
Capitalism: A Love Story, 
The Birds, 
Calamity Jane, 
Law Abiding Citizen, 
A Streetcar Named Desire, 
8 1/2, 
Times Square, 
Remember Now, 
Everybody's Fine, 
The Clique, 
Couples Retreat, 
Gun Shy, 
No Country For Old Men, 
The Time Traveler's Wife, 
The Silver Brumby, 
Confessions of a Superhero, 
Kick Ass, 
Girl 27, 
Notting Hill, 
Barry Lyndon, 
How To Tame Your Dragon, 
Love Happens, 
Lost In Austen, 
Deadly Prey, 
Clash of the Titans, 
The Exploding Girl, 
The Iron Giant, 
Ghost World, 
Hot Tub Time Machine, 
Valentino: The Last Emperor, 
A Prophet, 
The Runaways, 
Alice in Wonderland, 
Skins S1, 
Good Hair, 
Man Push Cart, 
The Queen, 
Shutter Island, 
The Hurt Locker, 
Angus, Thongs and Perfect Snogging, Australia, 
It's Complicated, 
Reservoir Dogs, 
The General's Daughter, 
Fired Up, 
The Lovely Bones, 
Mr & Mrs Smith, 
The Hitchhikers Guide To The Galaxy, 
Youth In Revolt, 

The Intellectual Devotional: Modern Culture Checklist

If you want to read another new blog, I finished a blog that was meant to be posted in August. You can read it here, it's about adventures to Governor's Island and this one is about Halloween.

This new blog is lame on purpose. Be excited.

I recently finished my devotional on Modern Culture! I could not keep it to one page a day, the entries were too interesting. So I started reading 8 or more each time I could lay my hands on it, and so, have finally finished. I've owned the book for well over a year, I'm sure, but I'm still proud.

So here's a recap and a test of what I've learned from this devotional. I'm going to try to summarize one thing I've learnt about each entry without reading the page. Ready? Go!

Sigmund Freud - a psychologist. I currently own his The Interpretation of Dreams, which is his most popular work. Popular for making people realize they like their mothers more than they should and that they also like penises probably more than they should.

Crime and Pun--

THIS IS A STUPID IDEA. Why do I want to spend my time trying to summarize it? You could just read the book for yourself and I could read it whenever I needed to check up on something.

I'm really frustrated right now because I've been staring at pictures of YouTubers all day because I have to make this Keynote presentation, and I have spent sooo much time now summarizing these peoples lives and talents and adding up their view counts and all that stuff for years now, and it's actually really depressing because I'm so over it. I like and respect all these people but I don't want to spend anymore time writing about other people living there lives.

A little bit down today = smearing peanut butter on a cracker and then walking around the room in a circle while eating it until you get back to where the peanut butter jar is and repeating this action several times.

I keep telling myself things will get better.

Wednesday, 2 March 2011

GO to the GOMA

On the last Wednesday of February I went to see the Gallery of Modern Arts latest installation: 21st Century: Art in the First Decade.

Here's what you need to know about it:

"This summer 2010–11, to mark the end of the first decade of this millennium, the Gallery presents ‘21st Century: Art in the First Decade’. This ambitious and ground-breaking exhibition will occupy the entire Gallery of Modern Art and focus exclusively on works created between 2000 and 2010. It will showcase more than 200 works and feature over 140 artists and artist collaborative groups – senior, mid-career and emerging – from more than 40 countries."

Here's what I liked about it:
  1. The NASDAQ numbers lining the wall that you don't notice as you enter but really notice when you leave.
  2. The SLIDES! They have slides. I giggled to myself as I went to the second story, grabbed a mat and slid down that amazing and fast silver slide. I was very excited.
  3. The art, of course, I had just come from a dance class and I was aching, but I let myself look long and hard at each piece.
  4. My favourite pieces were the ones that were interactive. I liked the wishing ribbons, where you take a wish and where it on your wrist and write a wish of your own in it's place. When the ribbon breaks lose your wish is meant to come true... or is wish written on the ribbon meant to come true. Either way, it fell off eventually, and yes, I do feel a little braver.
  5. I also noticed "Leandro Erlich’s astounding trompe l’oeil sculpture, The swimming pool, which represented Argentina at the 2001 Venice Biennale" which I think may have appeared at a gallery in New York while I was living there. Unfortunately I went at a time when nobody was looking down into the pool, so the effect was sort of lost for me. 
  6. That after an invisible french lady recited french words for me while I peed, I found a whole bunch of YouTubers that I had either met or knew pretty well, on the walls of the Internet Cafe they had set up. It's a pretty impressive display of all the Memes we know and love, I was so excited to see people like Strawburry17 up there and Know Your Meme! Very cool!
  7. The half-an-easter-egg of coloured plastic bags that hung from the ceiling
  8. The glittering photography of Damien Hirst's For The Love of God.
  9. The cardboard box archway. I had to restrain myself so as not to try to knock it over.
  10. The fake Japanese convenience store full of empty containers. Quite eerie.
Go to to see it for yourself.

Thursday, 3 February 2011

Tuesday, 25 January 2011

Strange Emails I Send Myself #1

I'm at the Library
Using Wi-Fi
Checking messages
Getting real high
But not on Drugs
Cuz I'm at the Library
And they are not allowed.

Monday, 10 January 2011

Things I Like

I found some crumpled pieces of paper amongst the belongings I brought back from America. After smoothing out the wrinkles, I saw that I had compiled a list, and suddenly a faded memory of sitting at my desk at work one day, writing things down that I liked because I kept forgetting what I did like... and it felt like I was forgetting myself.

EDIT: Before you throw up while reading this, scroll down to see my thoughts.

Things I Like

(in order of how I wrote it down at the time)

Banksy's art, Dali, Picasso, Monet, Gogh
Chinese food (weird transition, right?)
Big windows
Coke Cola (not anymore, I'm trying to resist it)
Fairy lights
Cleanliness (and my room here now is proof of that! Success at last!)
Uniball Vision Elite Pens (Yes. I did actually write this. My favourite kind of pen, so much ink...)
Ryan (judging by the people listed here, this must be early 08? During the days of Brooklyn hangouts and Rock Band sessions and me being a total loser, ugh)
- then the pen changes colour... -
Clean clothes
Black nail-polish
Colourful "
Dark blue
Red hair
Bright eyes (not the band)
People who are smarter than me
Wearing clothes for the first time
A messy appearance
Art galleries
Central Park
Local beaches in Qld
Summer, Autumn, Spring
Winter fashion
Funny people
The Beatles
The Killers
Faith No More
The Smiths
David Bowie
Alternative music
Strings (guitar, violin, cello)
Walking the streets of NYC at night
The smells of the good kebab vendors on Broadway & Houston
Female cab drivers
French pubs
Bike riding in Paris
Reading: history, science, fiction, modern, classic, philosophy, bios
Cook books
Friends over for dinner
Making lists (O RLY?)
An empty inbox
Long emails from Emma
Flirting through text messages (kind of, sort of, don't like to do this anymore)
Liking boys secretly even though I know they'll never like me back
A crowd of people whispering quietly
Going to class
Taking notes
Coffee and baguettes or croissants and au lait chocolat
French pop music (whoa, way to be a young adult, Caitlin)
Germany (though I've never been)
The mystery surrounding olde missing people
Last Words 
Arts and Humanities courses at NYU (at least I like the look of them, since I've never applied)
iPhone Apps and Widgets (mmm, interest for these is close to zilch now)
Listening to new music that I like
Letting other people talk
Watching people interact, especially if they are courting each other (oh whoa, creep-o)
Basic Psychology
Rock Band
Staple-like stores in clothing, bath/beauty, stationery (Muji, perhaps?)
Outdoor music concerts
Buying tickets to events
Running late
New Opportunities
Reading plays
Acting workshops
Film and the art behind it
Being an extra on set and watching the crew move together like one living organism (whoa, romanticize the industry much, Caitlin?)
Actors (err, not really...I'm clearly growing up)
Oddball people on the street


Well, if that wasn't a big pile of adolescent crap, I don't know what is. It started out kind of sincere and then I think I became self-conscious of the list-making and over-thought it. Blargh.