natkretchun: This is for my little brother (as he is just about the only person who knows this thing exists). When Al and I were kids, we, like most little kids, would fire up the old tape recorder and make radio shows. One particular show that stands out in my mind was one in which Al (about 6 or 7 years old at the time) offered up an extremely stirring rendition of “Born to be Wild”. I think...
you know, being in a foreign country far away from my parents and friends all, i was finding it really difficult to get into the christmas mood. apparently in a cost cutting effort, seoul has really scaled back the decorations around the city, and i also had to work until late on christmas eve. as a result i wasnt feelig so christmasey until i got in the cab on the way home. a korean pop version...
Puppy Bowl Highlights - The Onion →
hey guys i know ive been out of touch (lindsays here so we’ve been running around alot) but i have a minute at work and just had to post this. i blame you for puppy bowl jordan!
aside from the time my friend rufus and i saw bishop magic don juan in the parks mall in arlington, texas, i have never really felt the particular need to have a cameraphone. to me, it just seems as though attaching a shitty camera to a decent phone just means that the would-be-slim phone becomes unnecessarily large, while still making you tote around a regular camera if you want to get a picture...
from my trip to namisam a few weeks ago - my roommate has a way with children. daseul (4 yrs old) keeps calling him ‘monkey ajishi’, which is korean for ‘monkey uncle’. i just put up a few more random videos from the last few weeks on my vimeo
blood type is kind of a big deal in korea. fortune tellers (a very ubiquitous sight on the sidewalks) can read them like a zodiac sign, certain blood types corresponding to certain character types. from what ive gathered, type a is kind of outgoing and assertive, type b is a little more shy and reserved, and type o is more or less batshit crazy. this can all change depending on your birthday and...
natkretchun: A couple of times every year some misguided (or extremely inebriated) Chinese person hops a fence and tries to give a panda a big hug. This rarely turns out well. Here is the latest installment.