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-*StArS*~ [21 Jun 2004|03:11pm]

[ mood | calm ]

Hey people! Guess what's shakin? I'm goin to NCfor a month and I'm getting a new car. (Ford Focus) I dunno why I'm so excited.....maybe because I'm getting away from a lot of people I dont like to be around all the time....anyways.....leave me comments and show me love....


[18 Jun 2004|09:45pm]


my name is marzipan and this is my guitar carol say hi carolCollapse )

in a world of hipsters 5 decided if you were!!!deck!!!

Quick Question [11 Jun 2004|11:24am]

[ mood | nostalgic ]

Here is a quick question. I want you to answer this as honestly as possible.

Lindsey Lohan
Hillary Duff

Leave your answer in a comment.

John William McDonald

in a world of hipsters 9 decided if you were!!!deck!!!

stupid shit [10 Jun 2004|10:50am]

[ mood | hyper ]

Words leave my heart dry
Words can't save life
Love has no place here
No joy, no tears

Darling, time's changed
Time leaves, time fades
Please see through my eyes
Save your tears for the next who dies

I shout but he don't hear
I put down on the page
Darling spare me your tears
Just send me the light of day

I shout but he don't hear
Just put down on the page
Darling spare me your tears
Dear god please send me the light of day

Feel his heart wired
Heart like gunfire

He got lucky one time
Hitting with the girl in room 509
She turned her back on him facing the frame
Said, "Listen Joe, don't you come here again".
White sun scattered all over the sea
He could think of nothing but her name 'Elise'
God is the sweat running down his back
The water soaked her blonde hair black
Its a perfect day Elise
He got burned by the sun
His face so pale and his hands so worn
Let himself in room 509
Said a prayer, and cried, 'It's a perfect day Elise'


[06 Jun 2004|06:28pm]

my name is jayda and i impress the tassles with rock jumpsCollapse )
in a world of hipsters 2 decided if you were!!!deck!!!

[31 May 2004|01:18pm]
(if this isn't allowed, please feel free to delete)

please join my community!
in a world of hipsters 1 decided if you were!!!deck!!!

[30 May 2004|07:35pm]

does anyone know the name of the sideproject the desaparecidos guitarist started?
in a world of hipsters 3 decided if you were!!!deck!!!

[30 May 2004|12:47pm]

name:White Belts Rockefeller
age: 18
location: Providence
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in a world of hipsters 9 decided if you were!!!deck!!!

[27 May 2004|09:13pm]

finally, my damn picture!Collapse )
in a world of hipsters 4 decided if you were!!!deck!!!

[18 May 2004|04:02pm]
i'm adding more pictures because i only got one responce and i didn't know if i made it or not.
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in a world of hipsters 3 decided if you were!!!deck!!!

[16 May 2004|10:21pm]

[ mood | bored ]

FYI: Emo isn't deck. Its scene. Get over yourself and pick a rating community.

in a world of hipsters 4 decided if you were!!!deck!!!

ROYDEN [15 May 2004|02:00pm]

Join the community for ROYDEN


and check out:


Royden @ PureVolume

Royden @ MySpace

[12 May 2004|08:36am]

[ mood | enthralled ]

I've posted some of mine... now you post some of yours!

My grandad's an awesome but I'll never forget the time we were out camping and he pointed to the sky, with a look of admiration in his face, as if he were about to make some poignant comment about existence (he trained as a priest), and all he said was, "That cloud looks like a penis. Look, it's a big cock in the sky *sigh*".

my gran never asks if its raining, she always says "do it rain"
Also my grandad was wearing some nice pants & when asked what make they were my nan said "they 're gucky" She meant gucci.

My Grandma is invincible. 87, partially bionic through joint replacements and still got it upstairs. She went into hospital with food poisoning a few days ago.

She also smokes about 60 cigs a day still (no lie), she can't smoke in the hospital (understandably) so what does she do?

She has a crafty one in the toilets and promptly set the the fire alarm off.

Doctors were none too pleased...

My Grandma loudly & proudly sang a full rendition of 'Ching Chong Chinaman' in a Thai restaurant once.

What made it more jaw-droppingly horrifying is she timed her performance to reach a shrill crescendo as our food was served.

Best odd moment...

Grandma: You courting yet?
Emily: No.
Grandma: I'm not surprised: you ain't got very big tits.
Emily went into catatonic trance for several minutes.

My Granfather would have the following banned in pubs:

"Television, except for sport" (Good point).

"Very loud music, it's good to talk." (Fair.)

"Jukeboxes" (Not sure.)

"Pool tables" (Eh?)

"Cooked food." (No Sunday roasts???)

"Women." (!!!!!)

I asked "But Grandpa, why even go to the pub?"

Having gone too far, but refusing to back-track, he simply looked to the horizon of his mind and said...

"I don't know lad, I don't know."

One last pearl of wisdom from my grandmother:
"If I'd known about oral sex before I got married, I'd have never gotten married"

She also told one of my cousins... Albert I think, that he could not have children. The rest is a direct quote "You poor dear, you can't have children."
Albert- Why?
Grandma- 'Cos you married an Indian and they would look funny"
I kid you not.

All right kids it's your turn.


[11 May 2004|07:48pm]
shake your hips against mine!Collapse )
in a world of hipsters 3 decided if you were!!!deck!!!

[[<3]] [11 May 2004|01:22am]

[ mood | awake ]

Join _cuteindiekids_? The next six people get in automatically.


meep! [09 May 2004|02:09am]

name: christina (friends call me x-tina, which i find quite disturbing)
age: 15
location: florida (yes! the elderly roaming the streets in their motor vehicles!)

://have you ever kissed someone of the same gender and often bring it up in casual conversation? no, does that make me a bad person?
://do you spend most of your leisure time in bars and restaurants with monosyllabicnames like Plant, Bound, and Shine? gah. all we have here is "club boca." i shudder.

://does your hair look best unwashed and do you position you hair in such a way as to properly maximize your cowlicks? my hair is my jesus. it treats me well, so there is no need for the positioning and whatnot.

://throw vegetarian dinner parties? my mother does. but i like to hobble in and gnaw on honey-glazed turkey legs to provoke her little vege-fiends.

://explain how your taste is "refined" and how you might be considered "exceptionally cultured": refinement? is sipping sparkling apple cider out of a champagne glass whilst watching black and white movies not the definition of refinement?! and i'm half japanese. that is all that needs to be said.

://what is your guilty secret? i like that song, rubberband man. it's rap. please forgive me.

://have you at one time or another worn elvis costello style glasses? (ps. if you don't know who elvis costello is. die!) yes'm

://do you own a messenger bag? don't we all?

://hairspray - yes or no? why? no. my laziness overpowers me.

://have you ever even read the hipster handbook? cha

://pro or anti-SUV? anti

://name one brilliant author: jaqueline susann. i'm reading valley of the dolls right now.

://name one musician you admire and tell why: weird al yankovich. he touched my heart like no other.

://name a good movie: the royal tenenbaums. rah!

://when it comes to late night who lights your fire? me, because i flick that little switch by the fireplace.

://who is your hipster crush? jake gyllenhaal

://deckest pick-up line? you're da bomb. (gets me EVERY time)

://when you turn on the tele what do you see? i try to avoid televisions. but if i must, it's church tv. me and god? oh, we're tight.

://why do you think you're deck, why should we say yes? somebody wanted to make a movie of my life (i haven't the faintest idea why), i listen to my mom's old vinyl, and i'm witty as fuck. at least i'd like to think so.

and a picture you say? fret not. i will fetch one from a friend and it will get here soon enough. i think..
in a world of hipsters 2 decided if you were!!!deck!!!

[03 May 2004|01:08pm]

[ mood | loved ]

"I was seven, running around the garden,
with a pointy stick. Suddenly my mum starts
shouting from the kitchen, 'You'll have
your eye out. What are you going to do
then?' I replied 'I'll become a pirate mom!',
and continued running around.


[02 May 2004|03:29pm]

okay i'm noticing a lot more people who joined the community versus people that have been accepted or even applied.

in a world of hipsters 1 decided if you were!!!deck!!!

[28 Apr 2004|09:49am]

[ mood | geeky ]

I know- no one is going to show me everything
We all come and go unknown
Each so deep and superficial
Betweent the forceps and the stone.


Both of these things are not deck. [27 Apr 2004|11:13am]

[ mood | distressed ]

This isn't speculative," Russo says. "The draft is coming. Republicans and Democrats have been trying to put off the public discussion until after the November elections, but there's no doubt that the American people will be threatened with conscription by the end of this year."

Independent candidate Ralph Nader's voice joined Russo's last week in a press release aimed at American students. "Young Americans need to know that a train is coming," said Nader, "and it could run over their generation."

Russo greets Hagel's trial balloon, and Nader's engagement of the issue with enthusiasm. "For six months now, I've been telling Americans about the coming draft, and the Republicans and Democrats have denied it out of one side of their mouths while talking around it with the other. It's coming, and it's time we had a real public discussion about it. If Bush and Kerry want this issue to go away, all they have to do is make clear, public pledges that there will be no draft."

Russo's campaign web site (www.russoforpresident.com)features an anti-draft petition which has collected thousands of signatures.

"The question is this simple," Russo says. "Should the government have the power to take our sons and daughters, against their will, in order to rescue themselves from the situation they themselves brought about with an immoral, unwinnable war? The answer is no. The war in Iraq was a mistake a year ago, and it's a mistake today. Not one more drop of American blood to save our politicians from their own wrong-headed policies.

"Americans have always responded in their country's time of need. If this war was justifiable, the recruiting offices would have lines around the block of young men and women eager to serve. The fact that they don't should tell our politicians that it's time to re-think what they're doing. But the draft? No. It's not right and it can't be allowed to happen."

And with both "major" parties now on record as supporting conscription? "That just shows how disconnected from reality the Democrats and Republicans are," says Russo. "And it demonstrates the clear necessity of electing a president to this November who will put the nation back on the path to peace and prosperity."

As the Libertarian Party's likely nominee, Russo is the only presidential candidate opposed to the draft and to the war in Iraq whom Americans will find on the ballot in all fifty states this November. His platform includes immediate withdrawal of US forces from the Middle East.


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