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so this is the new yearrrr


Hey everybody- Adam already welcomed you guys to 2010! I know, I was busy being hungover for the majority of today to be of much use.



I could have been really cliché and posted Death Cab For Cutie or U2, BUT I FELT LIKE THIS ONE REQUIRED MORE EFFORT.

I deleted my facebook, mostly because it has been sucking my time out lately- the amount of hours I spend on that website is unhealthy! and plus I'm already a huge social media whore, but the thing is I'm going to put it back up in like, hopefully, a week. will I last that long? WILL MY EXPERIMENT OF A LIFE WITHOUT FACEBOOK (BLEAK AND MEANINGLESS) FAIL? stay tuned..... (a few people have already noted my absence with horror, sniff). plus personal stuff. u kno. I want to get stuff done, which is something I keep saying yet never do.

Also, I read Vogue today, all of it, having nothing better to do. I will see Sherlock Holmes now that I am aware of Rachel McAdams' part in the thing. love that classy bitch. reinvigorated me for the paper- expect to see more models and people wearing John Galliano next semester. (in my Galliano gown!) Also, M.I.A. has the best real name ever. you cannot beat it: Arulpragasam!!!!

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