all produce organic, natch
+ 8 carrots
+ 2 sweet potatoes
+ 1/2 lemon
+ 2/3 handfuls of swiss chard and baby spinach
+ 1 inch nub of ginger
it’s SO good!
ugh, i can’t believe i’m juicing. what, do i live in la?
Rob, High Fidelity by Nick Hornby.
I am so of that disposition. I’ve been frightened of being alone for the rest of my life since I was about 21
Oh gosh. I’m not sure if I’d want to convince you to move here. I’m not sure you’d be happy here. OK, one thing about Portland is it’s changing fast, and no one here is too excited about it because it’s perfect as it is, and the fear is that it will go the way of San Francisco or Seattle and lose its charm. So in one sense, I’m afraid to convince anyone to move to Portland. But the straight answer is that Portland does almost everything right. It’s a totally progressive city, one of America’s most liberal towns with a pragmatism that might even be a bit like Amsterdam. Across the board everyone here is committed to environmentalism, sustainability, quality of life, and sexy personal priorities. On the gay tip, it’s in the water — even the straight guys will sleep with you, it’s like bi is default. The economy and job market sort of suck, apparently, but that’s part of what lends it its charm; it’s very cheap here, so there are tons of young people doing cool shit. People are friendly and open minded, and there isn’t quite the prison of hipster fascism that descends around all the quality work like in New York, San Francisco, LA. In other words, yes, Portland is fabulous.” —
so this artist i’m currently obsessed with is awesome.
I DID NOT KNOW UNTIL THIS MOMENT THAT SONNY MOORE IS SKRILLEX.
Audra Mae on working with The All-American Rejects
Most unexpected fandom smash while searching tumblr tags.