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so I just got 3 paychecks at once and I'm talking myself down from the edge of ORDERING UFFIE'S CLOTHES online like you talk a man out of jumping off the side of building. God!

the guy from the Rapture sounds like a flippant Julian Casablancas. ILLUSION OF LOVE, IT'S BETTER THAN NONE.

is it so bad I want to see Tron Legacy? it looks nice and neon-y and also Daft Punk did the score!

Crystal Castles + Uffie =

WHERE IS THE SEX TAPE (that's a terrible pic btw!)

things that make me happy (big deal):- videos of Beck dancing
- Maximum Balloon (project of the bespectacled white dude from TV on the Radio)
- especially if David Byrne is involved!
- when did the Office get funny now? also: I noticed at work how much of the Office is based in reality. egads.

and I know you want to get me a Christmas gift
like so much it hurts!
but save your money and do something worthwhile instead
aka donate it or buy yourself something nice or some shit
or just get me a can of Four Loko because I really want to try it.

I will kill your fucking dog for fun, so don't push me!
(I am so hoping when she gets the Oscar they play this)

all I want for Christmas is Swedish citizenship, Marion Cotillard and a dog. what I will get: clothes I do not like from Kohl's. OH WELL I GUESS I CAN'T HAVE TOO MANY SNUGGIES


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