is someone who makes sense for me. i want people to look at us, and say, “wow they’re perfect!” or “they just work.” for once, i don’t want people to look at us and say “oh now that’s just a terrible idea.” or “really? her and him together? weird.” it’s the kind of compatibility that doesn’t necessarily mean we do all the same things or have all the same friends, but it just… works.
i feel like this connection can only happen when you meet someone and instead of jumping into bed with them drunkenly, you stop and get to know them better. but here at school, when everyone i meet is through a drunken interaction, it’s so hard. maybe it’s just me. i have the tendency to get a little too drunk and make a few too many mistakes. but it can’t just be me - i don’t think i’m unloveable, right?
i have faith that it will happen. i’ll meet a person who just makes sense and the timing will be right and finally things will just fit.
sometimes you forget that celebrities are real people too… this picture made me cry.
this year, i was determined not to be sad about valentine’s day. i have finally met a person who has sort of restored my faith that i actually can meet good guys and be attracted to them. things have been looking up recently for me (kinda), and there is nothing to be sad about. however, i can’t quite seem to shake a certain gloomy feeling that single gals like me always seem to end up with on this holiday. so i’m gonna treat myself, buy some chocolate, eat a huge-ass dinner, and watch a movie. i will look around and recognize all the love i have in my life, from my friends and family. even though valentine’s day makes it obvious that i’m single, that doesn’t mean i have to be lonely.
why is it, that when i’m at school, i crave sushi and ramen, but when i’m in japan, all i want is this burger?
new york times recently did this video feature of fourteen hollywood actors portraying classic screen types… natalie portman, james franco, javier bardem, jesse eisenberg, matt damon and several more. pretty fucking awesome.