Tonight is one of my favourite nights of the year, OSCAR NIGHT!!! I’ve always been completely enthralled by the whole thing. I can remember being allowed to stay up semi-late to watch the Awards with my parents, and then having to record what I missed once I went to bed. I would brush my teeth and rehearse in my head what my acceptance speech would one day be.
Although they have kind of lost some credibility in my mind over the years (Sandra Bullock Best Actress for The Blind Side, really Academy? Really!?), my enchantment with the Oscars has never wavered.
Posted in CULTURE
Tagged 12 years a slave, Academy Awards, Blue Jasmine, Bradley Cooper, captain phillips, cate blanchett, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Dallas Buyers Club, gravity, jared leto, Jonah Hill, June Squibb, Leo Dicaprio, Lupita Nyong'o, Matthew McConaughey, meryl streep, Michael Fassbender, oscars, sandra bullock, Steve McQueen, Wolf of Wall Street
The Subway Heroes: Bradley / Jakey / Jakey / Pee-Wee
With Valentine’s Day fast approaching I thought it was about time that we discussed matters of the heart, more specifically matters of the sidelong glances of those who ride public transit.
Between Monday and Thursday I spend almost 2 hours each day aboard the subway. To and fro I go, typically over-heating and frazzled OR head nodding off, dangerously close to the person next to me. And I’m not the only one. Apparently 2.67 million other folks are riding the TTC daily. And of those 2.67 million, a good handful of them are eye candy worthy. Continue reading
Posted in MISC.
Tagged commute, eye candy, Jake Gyllenhaal, McDreamy, Michael Fassbender, Pee-Wee, roulette, Ryan Gosling, shame, silver fox, subway, TTC, Valentine's