Thursday, February 28, 2008

"i would never.."

its really funny when you look back in time and rethink situations and realize certain people always went ahead and did everything they said they wouldn't.

if i ever hear a friend tell me that again i might have to turn around and walk away.


so yeah, your "i would never"'s are a load of crap.

keep them away from me.




On a different note, my friend julie gets to work from home soon and i am incredibly jealous.

Wednesday, February 27, 2008

calorie counting.

oh gosh. i started by reading up healthy living stuff on webmd. then i found a website that helps you find out the nutritional infor and caloric amounts for like entire homemade recipes by choosing ingredients from a dropdown menu.

anyone that knows me well has had my "maccaroni like grandma" or ghetto maccaroni as some people call it.

so i analyzed it, its what i had for dinner and i eat this, unfortunately, too often.

Nutrition Facts


Serving Size Entire Recipe 702g (701 g)


Amount Per Serving


Calories 1172 Calories from Fat 370


% Daily Value*


Total Fat 42g 65%


Saturated Fat 23g 116%

Trans Fat 0g
Cholesterol 134mg 45%
Sodium 2070mg 86%
Total Carbohydrate 136g 45%

Dietary Fiber 8g 34%
Sugars 18g
Protein61g

Vitamin A 37%


Vitamin C 39%
Calcium 91%


Iron 25%
*Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on
your calorie needs:

Calories 2,000 2,500

Total Fat Less than 65g 80g

Sat Fat Less than 20g 25g
Cholesterol Less than 300mg 300mg
Sodium Less than 2,400mg 2,400mg
Total Carbohydrate 300g 375g

Fiber 25g 30g

www.NutritionData.com
Calories per gram:
Fat 9 Carbohydrate 4 Protein 4




thats only dinner.

guess i wont be having my ultimate comfort food for a while.

also my "healthy"alternative for my white mocha at starbucks still has 350 calories.

so bad.

no more food. ever again hahahaah if only i could resist deliciousness.

Interesting,


i realize i am divulging all my little secret guilty pleasure websites, but some are just to good not to share.

If you are into experimenting with foods and flavors this site is awesome. Even if you are simply curious and enjoy interesting yet minimalistic looking websites, you should check out http://www.foodpairing.be/

You can pick an ingredient and then find out all the flavours that work with it. If you go to the blog you will find some very interesting and unusual recipes.



the image is what you get when choosing "grapefruit" ( im eating a delicious one right now which is why i picked that haha)

Anyways.

enjoy.

Tuesday, February 26, 2008

things i like to read.

i have recently made myself a bookmark folder of a few sites i like to visit.

i used to think it was weird that people had sites like that but they tend to be more entertaining than facebook or myspace since lurking has somehow become boring (HOW?!?!)

but anyways, here is a story from a letter on one of these sites. that find very amusing.


"Once, a girl and I were in bed together, masturbating. She was on her back, naked, touching herself, and I was above her, mostly naked, doing the same. I was eighteen or nineteen years old, and all I could think about was coming on her breasts. You know, like on the Internet. I think, probably, I was saying something to that effect. I wasn't mentioning the Internet, of course, but I was saying I'm going to come on you, I'm going to come on you. I'm classy like that. I don't remember how she felt about the whole coming-on-her idea, actually, but I can tell you that I was very excited about it. I was almost lying on top of her. I was leaned forward so far. So when I felt my orgasm coming, I looked down between us to watch for, "the come shot."

And then I came in my own eye. It came right at me, like a 3D movie gone terribly wrong, and it stung. I started clawing at my face. She laughed and laughed while I tried frantically to wipe my eye clean. She was curled up naked on the bed, laughing so hard there were tears. I started laughing too. I couldn't help it. We both laughed until it hurt, until the muscles in our cheeks were sore from smiling, and then we looked up at her ceiling, on our backs, exhausted. For the rest of that afternoon, every once in a while one of us would start laughing again and then so would the other. It is one of my favourite memories."


This is by Joey Comeau.
this was part of an open letter to greenpeace about a job.

thats what his new site overqualified is about. (http://www.asofterworld.com/oqindex.php)

he writes nonsense cover letters to different companies.

i love it.

The Last Templar.

yes like the knights.


I just started working on a new production on Monday for MUSE entertainment. ( A production house in Montreal). However, we are quite a few weeks from going to camera and the work load is very very very small.

I had told myself there was no point in writing this blog since i just always start and stop again.
but with all this computer time on my hands.. I've been reading every ones blogs and decided to get back to it. read it or not, it'll be interesting to read for me like next year. or something.

Laura Lloyd is telling me about Mexican prostitutes and rubber pants while i am attempting to play every msn game with DW. which isn't working out too well.

i keep making myself lattes mostly for the amout of time frothing the milk takes...

ANYWAYS

Friday was the bomb. PANG PANG has never let me down. and only now did we find out the rooms had cameras.

i fell on the table while "performing" maneater.
stef had no shirt when i left.
boys were hanging from the ceiling and beer tornados were getting messy.

more nights like these will help the long wait for summer.