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July 2010

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Dear Freaks

July 30, 2010

I attract freaks. Well, that’s not really what I mean. What I mean is, I think people feel like can be the weirdest, most twisted versions of themselves around me. I can’t decide whether this is a good or a bad thing. I guess it shows I come across as being very non-judgmental, welcoming of abnormalities, etc. I’m into that. However, it also just means I receive an insane amount of emails and Facebook messaged from strangers, pouring their deranged…

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The Replacements

July 25, 2010

All pics @ Brett Lloyd Bunny’s been acting strange lately. I think he’s beginning to get annoyed by my constant Skype calls and emails, repeatedly asking HAVE YOU FOUND A NEW ME? Normally he just replies something cryptic, like ‘I have no emotions’ or ‘I just came,’ but this morning was different. This morning he said: I think it’s time I told you about Mona. Bunny went through a brief phase a few months back where he talked obsessively about…

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BUNNY: London Part 3

July 21, 2010

Pic @ Matthew Stone Here’s part 3 of Bunny’s epic journey to London, told by him. Click to read parts ONE and TWO. Sometime near when we first met, near when I started staying in your bed at night instead of on the couch, you said Your face keeps changing in my brain, it’s like I don’t remember what you look like. I feel like I stare at you so close when we’re together so I can see everything you’re…

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Listing: Lightspeed Champion

July 16, 2010

Dev: by Slutever Dev Hynes, my friend and the musical mastermind behind Lightspeed Champion, asked me to write a guest blog for his website. Here’s what I wrote. HI, I’m Karley, AKA Slutever. I’ve known Dev for a few years now, and for some reason the two of us can’t seem to get together without falling into the same, pseudo-philosophical conversation about the science of “being cool.” This entails going around in circles, trying desperately to put our fingers on…

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Sweeping Generalizations

July 13, 2010

Pic @ Julia Corsaro I’ve been living in New York for just over a month now, it’s great! I miss London kind of but not really. Change is good; I’ve officially decided. In fact we all need to make more of an effort to frighten ourselves out of our everyday, everyday. Take note! That was a very un-me thing to say, I know, but I’ve just had some stimulants and am feeling uncharacteristically chipper at the moment. As I’m still…

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Love Lists

July 8, 2010

Pic @ Julia Corsaro A couple weeks ago I received an email from my friend Huw in London, telling me about a new technique he’s been using in his quest for eternal love. It’s called Listing. He said that physically writing out a list of the qualities you want and don’t want in a partner helps to focus your mind, thus allowing you to hone in on your “target market.” He said that in life we have to dream big,…

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Top 10 Hottest Girl-on-Girl Film Moments

July 3, 2010

Girl-on-girl moments in mainstream cinema tend to be pretty lame. This is because, for the most part, they exist solely to titillate male viewers, thus end up being really cheesy and bimbo-eqsue rather than erotic or realistic. This applies to pretty much every lesbian lip-lock in the history of teen movies. However, when properly executed, girl-on-girl is the holy grail of boner (duh). I’ve compiled a list of my personal top 10 leztastic film moments. Here they are, in no…

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Teen Dream

July 2, 2010

  Pic @ Matthew Stone For the third time this week I’m alone in a sweaty Brooklyn apartment, snorting Adderoll, talking to my computer. I can’t hear you, I say, pressing my lips right up against the screen. Did you say I miss you or I want juice? Through some magical connection of invisible wires, Bunny’s far away voice sputters back at me: So, like, have you made any new friends since moving to New York? Not really, I say.…

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