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I was checking my Twitter feed earlier today when I came across an article which told me that women don’t always sleep with other women in college! It was heart breaking, to say the least. I mean, that’s the only reason I went to college – the possibility of lesbians have sex was worth the tuition alone.
But to find out that not so many people are having lesbian sex? After paying tens of thousands of dollars (literally)? I’m hurt.
Check out Gawker here. They’ve got the whole, deal breaking, college drop out line-forming list here.
If you follow this blog with any regularity, you probably know that I’m a gigantic nerd. Everyone that I know who reads me will, most likely, recollect the post I did when Scrabble scared the crap out of me, saying proper nouns would be allowed.
Yes, apparently everyone I know is also a nerd. Whatchagonnado?
But I digress, the other day I was playing Trivial Pursuit: Genius Edition, a version that came out in the 1960s, and I was asked what a boy conceived between two cannons on a warship was. My answer was something along the lines of “unlikely to see his first birthday.” Evidently, the answer was “Son of a Gun” – see, you’ve just learned something new.
And, if you haven’t already, you should catch up on the indie blog’s most recent darling, Oh Land.
And I’ll leave you with the video for “Son of a Gun,” which, seemingly, was shot primarily on a mirror in Charlie Sheen’s bedroom. I’m not judging.
I’ve been known to, on occasion, check my Twitter feed. I follow a lot of news organizations, so it fills up quicker then, well, you can fill in that blank.
But, I digress.
While I was browsing, my good friends (by “good friends” I mean people who I follow on Twitter) Tegan & Sara have alerted me (by “me” I mean everyone on Twitter) to Sara’s involvement in a new song by Theophilus London; Why Even Try. While the title is a bit of a downer, I remain optimistic that this song will be big.
You can legally download it here.
What can I say? It’s our good friend (well, not personally, but you get what I’m saying) Ellen DeGeneres on a boat singing what I’m sure would have been a lovely tune had the circumstances been better. By circumstances, of course, I mean the overuse of auto tune.
Anyway, enjoy. More posts soon, deviants.