Go outside and skip down the street all while keeping a STONE-ASS COLD FACE. It's surprisingly really hard. I guarantee you'll burst out laughing after a few feet. That's okay. Just go back to where you started, and try again. Serious skipping only comes with practice.
Posted by Luke at 6:37 PM
Just kidding, I actually have read this in Mr. Campbell's sophomore English class! Surprise! Does baby remember helping me write my Holden Caulfield paper? DOES SHE REMEMBER THAT I GOT SPECIAL ATTENTION BECAUSE OF HER HELP?
That's right, my "Holden voice" was the strongest in the class and Mr. Campbell praised me in front of EVERYONE, which still ranks as my proudest English moment of all time... probably because I haven't had that many proud English moments.
As baby knows, I thought it was spelled "aLvocado" until just recently.
It's fine though, I'm good at other things kinda.
ANYWAY, the point of all of this was to say J.D. Salinger died and it's SAD. But hey, at least it was of natural causes!
Posted by Luke at 6:09 PM
You looked annoyed and awesome. And your house is awesome. And your husband, and whole life in general. Awesome.
Thanksforit, www.theselby.com, www.tfs.com
Posted by molly at 11:31 AM
Again, I don't wish for jacket weather, I just wish there was a way to have a magic bubble of cold air around me for when I felt like wearing one. That's all.
Also it would have some sort of fur trim stuff. Don't get mad at me Peta people, magic bubble will be COLD.
Posted by Luke at 5:34 PM
FORGIVE US DOLLY! it was your 63rd birthday on the 19th, and as usual baby forgot to put it on the calendar... BUT, better late than never right? Anyway just wanted to let you know you don't look a day over 59. No really, you don't.
Posted by Luke at 2:44 PM
I feel like sometimes all I do is rant and rave about how lame most wedding gowns are nowadays-- but what about something STRUCTURED or with SLEEVES for goodness sake?!?! Is it SO MUCH TO ASK that you don't look like a chubby armed bride-bot on your "special day"?
Posted by molly at 4:02 PM
Even though I think awards shows are dull, loathsome, cannibalistic industry self-pleasuring, sometimes I like seeing what people wear. Surprise!
And I think D. Barrymore did pretty well-- I mean, I know people will criticize the shoulder and hip crystals, but those goofballs can put a sock in it!
Posted by molly at 10:02 AM
where you just ... when you're talking to someone, you close your eyes, and then you look at them, when you're not talking to the person, I mean you open your eyes when you're looking away, but then when you talk to the person you go like that and you open your eyes and you look back at the person, but you never open your eyes when you're talking to them.
Posted by Luke at 3:20 PM
WE GET IT CHLOË. someone ripped your dress.
but go ahead, get ALL PISSY about it on stage in front of everyone, even though it's not yours and you were borrowing it anyway.
just give me another sassy glare, and we can put this all behind us.
Posted by Luke at 1:22 PM
well sorry sir, but SOME PEOPLE choose to have a ratty old manhaddin portage bag. SOME OF US like the look of a well-worn favorite thrown over our shoulder. SOME OF US don't like it when EVERY LITTLE DETAIL on a person looks too perfect and on trend. SOMETIMES IT'S NICE to have an element of your outfit that's unassuming and ordinary. GET IT?! JESUS CHRIST.
thanksforit, moment blog
Posted by Luke at 8:29 PM
if you look at these photos and think, "hey, these look like the same overexposed photos from my family gatherings!" you'd be wrong because this family is like a gazillion times cooler than yours.
also that couch makes me horny.
the missoni family model in their s/s 2010 campaign shot by juergen teller.
thanksforit, moment blog
Posted by Luke at 3:01 PM
Yo Kors! Michael! Let's sit down for a chat. No, that's my coffee-- no, well, okay, you go ahead. I can get another one. No really, please, just take it. At this point your dry, fake tanned lips have already been all over it, and it's pretty much ruined for me. Good thing you made this fricking awesome coat and are the only good thing left about Project Runway, WHEN you decide to show up. You owe me.
Posted by molly at 9:15 AM
...this 2010 "malendar" of new york city's hottest working male photographers. "off duty."
buy one at COACD.
Posted by Luke at 4:36 PM
for some god forsaken reason i have been cursed to NEVER HAVE COOL HAIR.
it will just never look like this.
and today, on january 5th 2010, i have finally accepted it and will MOVE ON and you will never hear me complain about it again.
thanks for it, moment blog
Posted by Luke at 5:45 PM
YOU KNOW I love me some A Olsen, but this is a really bizarre jogging outfit. And trust me, if I consider your exercise gear to be bizarre, you're really in trouble.
Posted by molly at 12:08 PM
Just look at the scorn that Daddy has for Converse All Star Lights (because I don't think that I am alone in experiencing a wish that the soles of chuck taylor converse were thinner and more flexible!):
Luke: no i like highalways havethese ones just look fake to melike the imposter ones i saw in asiawhen i went to asiame: imposterhahahathey say all star and stuffLuke: when i traveled in and throughout asiabut molly, when i was in thailand, hong kong, china and s. korea
i saw shows like thatimpostersme: shows?Luke: SHOES
Posted by molly at 11:54 AM
I am obsessed with crewcuts. When I get a JCrew catalog in the mail, it's the first section I flip to, and CAN YOU BLAME ME? The kids are so f-ing cute, the styling is better than adult, they use a rounded font, and if you don't agree with me, you can climb up a tree and live there.
Posted by molly at 9:04 AM