Wednesday, August 3, 2011
I just took the Self-Esteem Test off Psychology Today and I thought it was pretty intense. I've never thought about evaluating my self-esteem, I'm mostly just hyper-aware of its affects on my feelings. Currently, I am hyper-aware of grammar, and how little of it I know. I've got a grammar exam coming up that I need to pass just to sign up for one class.
Since I last updated my Bloggue I have officially graduated into Young Adult territory. I have a job, I'm declaring my major in the spring, I abhor traffic, and I eat my emotions. Since I last updated, I've also purchased seasons one and two of Tim and Eric Awesome Show, Great Job! and plan on getting the rest as soon as possible. I also saw Captain America and it has been the most disappointing of the Pre-Avenger movies so far. Fall semester starts in roughly two weeks, and I will finally begin taking classes in my major. This life ain't so bad!
Sunday, May 29, 2011
Sometimes I kind of regret starting this blog because I was going to try to be interesting with it, but I prefer my "personal" blogging so much more. Mostly I just really wanted to use "Karina Tell Us" because it is so perfect for a blog. But yeah, writing for an audience is cool in itself but I mean, I can't imagine my ramblings engaging a lot of people.
All I want is to spark some thought or give my skewed perception of things. I also don't have one thing I'd talk about forever (although recently I am definitely all about nails and e-window shopping) and none of it is particularly important. I uh... I just don't know. I don't want to write about my day or anything. Just stuff. I guess I'll keep doing that... whenever I decide to log on.
Okay so I watched Bridesmaids and I thought it was funny but I felt like it was a very long Kirsten Wiig sketch on Saturday Night Live. However, nabbing Jon Hamm as her jerk love-interest was definitely amazing because it's The Hamm and he is everything I'd want in a man. Its portrayal of women was great because it was realistic and although it dealt with weddings (not my favorite movie plot, truthfully) it was sad and heart warmin' at the right parts. OH YEAH and fucking Tim Heidecker was Maya Rudolph's fiance/husband in the movie which was a pleasant surprise and also hilarious. I think he had one line in the entire movie, but just his presence and facial expressions had me cackling. Yeah, cackling.
Monday, March 21, 2011
Do you ever, like, get so bored on the internet that you don't know which social networking website to check? That happens to me on a semi-regular basis and it's kind of embarrassing. When I realize as I am sitting alone in my room that I've checked Twitter about four times in the last forty minutes for a few seconds of entertainment. Twitter's boring as hell if you're not following Kanye West or something, you know? Life.