The good and bad thing about the iPhone is that it keeps a record of your conversations... sooooo, when you wake up in the morning, fully clothes (feat. shoes) on the floor you can peice together what happened the night before...
here are some classics from the past week.
sent: Om with ngks akwxoo received: you are too drunk to type on your iphone! :) sent: I deedo
sent: Im a folk legend, not some poor little rich girl. im bob dylan. no one messes with me received: indeed. You're fantastic
received: you should probably come inside sent: trying
sent: sorry i left baby si drunk andfitnin a car. dont hate me.
sent: whats the name of the woman off the bold and the bautiful who is old and goes places incognito? sent: the crazy one
Last night i saw Britney Spears with my urban sister and my technology expert. it was pretty much the greatest 2 or so hours of my life. I cried. She was sitting on glittery umbrella in the air singing Every Time. You would have cried too. Britney is very thin, and really doesn't have "Britney Spears Legs"
While i agree with my technology advisory Leigh, that I should be able to "do what i waaaant", I always think there are certain places that require a certain level of respect that comes from the outfit you choose to wear.
Popping into court. I mean, you dont want to look like a hobo, but you also dont want to look like you are criminals dressing in an expensive suit trying to get a suspended sentance. Look inocent yet casual. After all, you are just popping in.
Sunday morning hangover/coffee ft. cigarette on front porch. Crossaint optional. You should dress nice here. You are in public, people can see where you live. You dont want to offend them. Enough said.
Going into work when you aren't working. While this should be avoided at all costs, if you do end up having to be there, wear someting flattering. Most work places require you to dress like you are neither attractive nor unattractive. blank of anything. Might as well show them that you aren't rotund.
As some people might know, Im not overly great with technology. iphones, pokemon, final fanstasy (music? video game?), complete failure as an adult. I do however have a twitter account. I dont really understand the point of it. Seems just like status update stalkage of people you dont know. Aparently this girl that I dont actually know deleted her twitter account. Im not really sure what she does to be honest. Something about Hannah Montana and her dad sung that song. anyway, looks like she is a rapper. might be in The Cheetah Girl(z) or something.
Looks like she isn't down with being famouse or something.
When i was 15 and smoked a cigarette for the first time at a party, I liked to think i was channeling Holly Golightly from Breakfast at Tinfanys. Last year, at the age of 20 when i started the ridiculous habbit again, it was alot more about channeling Bob.
Smoking makes you look cool.
Smoking makes you skinny.
Smoking is chic.
I mean, seriously. What more do you need for a pro smoking campaign?
More than likiely alot more effective than this would be