They go and get me coffee from the teacher’s lounge when I want it cause there’s none left for students. :DDDD
These shows mean a LOT to the twentysomethings that are now getting used to the morning commute, and it’s not necessarily because they were any good. All That, for example, wasn’t gut-busting by any stretch of the imagination, but the humor it represented was important. While not subversive, it ever so gently stomped on the toes of the baby boomers that didn’t “get it.” Parents refused to laugh at it, but the kids loved it.
Subconsciously, 90’s Nickelodeon was anti-establishment. It used surreal humor in pretty much every single program, and there was no way any kid with average intelligence could ever relate to a good chunk of the subject matter since most of our parents were confused over its construct. The mark it left on our hearts is indelible. Kudos to Nickelodeon bringing it back unadulterated. There’s no better way to unwind after a long, hard day than watching two hours of our childhood to remind us of how we got there.” —Why Nickelodeon Re-Airing Shows From The Nineties Is So Important (via sir-sugartits)
Waiting for the old guy to catch up in class, and watching my little pop up window tell me what EVERYONE IN THE BUILDING are printing and where it’s printing and what time and how many pages. Haha.
I forgot about hitting my knee really hard at my grandmother’s the other day. But HOLY CRAP. This thing is huge.
OMG RELIC HUNTER.
Hopefully this bottle of Bundaberg Ginger Beer will cure me as I try and map out my expenses for the next year or so. Then nap time.
Please send good music my way to keep me awake for a bit? :D
Oh roomie!! Haha. It’s a sign!
So many Dreamweaver tabs. Dear Spirits, what is all this?
Halp. I’m stuck in class and need entertainment! lol
Especially since you’re trying to move out and pay massive loans at the same time.