Dedicated To a Higher Purpose
Then for the better part of Thursday and most of Friday, my internet decided to commit suicide, I couldn't post then.
[My computer is more emo than every scenster on Myspace!]
So to make up for all that lost time, I thought I'd share one of the great online-shopping wonders I stumbled upon a few minutes ago.
Patriciafield.com carries a ton of 1337[NERD ALERT] stuff that I'm already in love with.
There's this adorable $26 cotton 'Drifter' tank top that comes in two different prints-one of origami[it calls it something else but I think it looks like origami, to be honest] and hearts and crowns. The dinosaur pattern is all sold out. Big shocker there!
To be perfectly frank, I'm sick of dinosaurs. I wanted to be an Archeologist/Paleontologist when I was five and they weren't even trendy. I mean when I was in first grade I went to Disney's Animal Kindgom all excited for the dinosaur rides and the one place there you could 'dig' dinosaur bones.
Now I'm older and they're suddenly all...cool? Why do people even like dinosaurs that much? I mean if you talk to 90% of the girls/boys that wear them like a badge of style, they don't know any more about dinos than the Land Before Time movies taught them.
The same thing with robots. AND GLOOMY BEARS.
Gloomy bears are the worst. They pervert everything a teddy bear should be.
CUTE AND FUZZY NOT GLOOMY AND BLOODY, OKAY?
Save that mess for my zombie movies and keep it out of the teddys!
Whatever. Moving along.
Don't you love the Marc Jacobs watch necklace things? You know what I'm talking about-they come in like fruit shapes like pears and apples? [Look at how crafty I am with technical terms! But really someone should tell me what they're called. Maybe I'll just google it.]
Even if you don't I have to say they're super cute, and also probably super expensive.
Marc Jacobs? Expensive?
But if you had your heart set on an apple, you can get a Kenneth Jay Lane one [minus the built-in watch] without dropping some serious green. Sure, they're 80 bucks but I think that's just a little better than what Marc Jacobs costs. Besides, white is such a nice color that goes with anything and the blue is not too bright or dark that it wouldn't go with any outfit. It comes in red too but I guess they just don't have a picture.
This is more of a wish list item because of the $96 price tag. I have no idea why it's so expensive.
The first thing that came to mind when I saw this was Showstopper-you know-the Danity Kane song? I'm sorry but that song is so addictive. It doesn't help I religiously followed the Making the Band 3 series from the very first episode. Well I had to make sure Aubrey and Aundrea were going to make it! And after that...I guess now you can say I'm some sort of mini-fan.
All my girls in the rainbow cadillacs, YEAH.
Anyway, I don't know-but this bag looks like it might look a little cheap in person. Not cheap in a bad way-just kind of....well it's no knock off Balenciaga like the ones they've been pedaling at Target. Oh and did you know Target is in some serious hot water with about 4536437437 designer companies for selling replicas of their stuff? I think TokiDoki was the most recent. Target you need to get your butt in GEAR and stop ripping people off.
This is another perfect example of something that's deliciously tacky! No one would have one like it. And it's great if you're a Cadillac fan! Lame, but true. There's this one sophmore in my environmental/earth science class that told us about how her parents named her and all her sisters after cars. True story. Maybe on Wednesday I'll tell her about this bag. It would make a smokin' Mothers/Fathers day gift? Yes/No?
Oooh and last but not least let's all buy these shirts as stocking stuffers and send them to each other at Christmas/Hannukah/Whatever you celebrate!
That would take major guts to wear. But if I ever saw anyone wearing that I'd think I'd have to marry them. Or if it was a girl I'd have to get a 'civil union'.
Oy I don't want to start a big gay marriage debate in my comments so let's just leave it there, fair enough?