Wednesday, July 29, 2009

With Fierceness

Oh man. We learned this dance routine at the "Sexy Ladies Hip Hop" class at New Style Motherlode to a song called "We F*** You" by Electrik Red. (Listen to the song here) Last week I was not aware of what they were singing at all since I was more concerned with learning the steps, but then I decided to look the lyrics when I got home. OH BOY.

"Like a kid with a cake you can really eat it
Like a stray dog happy every time I feed him"

"Y'all don't f*** us, n***** we f*** you"

My initial reaction was- I was dancing to THAT?! :O Oh geez! But the song has grown on me. I've followed the instructor's commands to live the lyrics and perform the persona while we dance...and guess what, I love it! The routine was very sensuous but also tough in a girl power kind of way (in her words, "scary-sexy"). Here are some reactions to it in the dance studio.

Dancer #1: "Whew! It's hard being a ho!"
Dancer #2: "Too bad I don't have anyone to perform this for."
Me: "I am definitely going to have bruises on my knees"

*sigh* It was beautiful. I am adding this to my list of deliciously vulgar songs. Heh heh. The ending lyrics are hinting at sleeping with hipsters?...

But you gotta get your mind together
And them jeans is a little too tight...
It's cool. I f*** with it.
I get it. It's some fashion."


Speaking of fierceness, just when I was really proud of my little fauxhawk, my imaginary best guuurl friend Rihanna (her birth date is exactly one day after mine) just went ahead and one-upped me.

Goddammit, Rihanna! *shake fist*

Monday, July 27, 2009


The K/T MUNI never ceased to impress me with the kind of (mis)adventures I encounter while riding it. Today, a heated argument turned into physical fight on the T line. The bus had to be stopped for a long time and cops were called.

One of the most ridiculous reasons to be late to work for. I don't think anyone would have believed me at Mixamo had a co-worker not also been on the bus with me. He actually unfortunately got a front row seat of the whole thing while all I heard was shouting.

Anyway, what is even more RIDIC is how the fight started. According to my co-worker, a female nurse just lashed out at these two flamboyant men because she thought they were gay.

There are so many things wrong in that situation.

First of all, why the F did a homophobic person choose to unlease basically a gay hate crime on public transit in San Francisco? Either move to somewhere else or shut the hell up is my opinion.

Secondly, how/why the hell did this person become a nurse? Is she going to treat homosexual patients differently? I thought nurses are supposed to kind human beings trying to help others.

Lastly, REALLY? REALLY? This amount of prejudice is still existing. Great job, America.

I am too upset now. Must talk about something happier.

Ok so I was transporting music from my old desktop PC to my new MacBook (finally), and I inevitably listened to some songs that I haven't clicked on in a while, and the Veggie Tales theme song came on.

I honestly thought that all American middle schools did this, but apparently only Teel middle school in Modesto, CA played Veggie Tales music videos in the morning on certain weekdays.
Sure, they tend to have a Christianity subtext, but c'mon, it's talking/singing/dancing vegetables! Plus, if I am going to learn about stories in the famous bible, might as well learn them in entertaining ways complete with cucumbers, tomatoes, and whatnot. And I've always loved eating plants personally, but I imagine that this must be a great tool to get other kids to eat them.

Also the songs are quite catch! My favorites are "The Pirates Who Don't Do Anything" and "His Cheeseburger."

The original "The Pirates Who Don't Do Anything":

Of course, this was turned into a movie. Guess who watched it while organizing her room and folding laundry one day? Yours truly!

Relient K's rock cover:

This also apparently was a song on Guitar Hero 2. I haven't played it, but you bet that I would have rocked it because I know the lyrics by heard. Yar.

The original "His Cheeseburger":

Adorable, as drawing parallels between romance and food is always precious.

There was also this AMAZING fanmade music video of this song with footage about Pam, Jim, and Karen from the Office, too, but apparently that video has been taken down. Bastards :/. Well, obviously, Pam= cheeseburger, and Karen= Denny's. You get the gist if you watch the show.

Some quotes from the day to serve as parting words:

Vanessa- "I think the average orgy-goer is pretty gross."

Yea we were talking about how I am so lazy that I should hire someone to give me a bath, and then one thing lead to another. You figure that out.

Saturday, July 25, 2009

Like the Good Ol' Days, Kinda

Oh man, this reminds me of my Livejournal days in high school, but hopefully this will be sans all the drama. It better. Nothing here will be too personal anyway. That's what late-night tweets are for! *fake nervous crazy laughs*

I think this place will be for me to post stuff that I think not that many people care about, except for me of course. In other words, things I have gathered from the internet that *I* like, which you probably don't give a crap about.

Also you know what? I do like writing. I was going to major in literature and become a writer when I was little. That was before I discovered TV commercials though. Telling a story in a 30-sec spot instead of hundreds of pages? Way better! JK.

Anyway, I read this today: Couple Reunited and Married After 10 Years of Separation Due to the Discovery of Long Lost Love Letter. I don't know... The first thing I thought of is: why the hell did she move away then? Second of all, why didn't SHE contact him all these years at all? Lastly: Why the F was she single for 10 years? If she was so heartbroken, she should have done something about it. Geez.

I don't know why, but my first reaction is to criticize the woman for some reason. I guess he could have tried harder, too. This is probably because I am a woman. I am so harsh on my sex. Har har, P&P reference. In any case, good for them I suppose. Better late than never.

Well this has been a wonderful start of what is sure to be even more spectacular. I think I'll do a best of the best of all the past items I've posted on Facebook next, or eventually.