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Hilarious [5th August 2013 @ 8:32pm]
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Oxford Philosophy of Language Professor J.L. Austin and Columbia philosopher Sidney Morgenbesser reportedly exchanged:

“In English,” Professor Austin said, “a double negative forms a positive. However, in some languages, such as Russian, a double negative remains a negative. But there isn’t a single language, not one, in which a double positive can express a negative.”

A voice from the back of the room piped up, “Yeah, right.”

LOL. I love witty language quips.

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Japanese Cheesecake [1st August 2013 @ 12:18am]
I really want to try backing this Japanese cheesecake. It's noticeably doesn't have a crust, like NY style famously does.

It looks really good too. I think I might experiment in making lo-liable feminine desserts. I want to get closer to a lolita lifestyle as University is almost done.
It's funny because I haven't posted here in soo long. Right not I'm planning to run a shop and lining up my ducks in a row. While doing summer college classes.
Whew boy!
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[15th April 2009 @ 9:25pm]

A Joke....

A woman accompanied her husband to the doctor's office.

After the checkup, the doctor took the wife aside and said, "Your husband is suffering from severe, long-term stress and it's affecting his cardiovascular system. He's a good candidate for either a heart attack or a stroke. If you don't do the following four things, your husband will surely die."

"What do I have to do?" she asked.

"First, each morning, fix him a healthy breakfast and send him off to work in a good mood."

"Second, at lunch time, make him a warm, nutritious meal and put him in a good frame of mind before he goes back to work."

"Third, for dinner, fix an especially nice meal, and don't burden him with household chores."

"Fourth, and most important for invigorating him and relieving stress, have massage his back several times a week and satisfy his every whim in bed."

On the way home in the car, the husband turned to his wife and asked "So, I saw the doctor talking to you and he sure seemed serious. What did he tell you?"

"You're going to die," she replied.

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Head-On Commercial- My little rant [23rd September 2007 @ 1:23am]

From Wikipedia the Encyclopidia-
HeadOn's notoriety came in part due to its advertisements on cable and daytime programming on broadcast television which consisted of using only the tagline "HeadOn. Apply directly to the forehead", stated three times in rapid succession, accompanied by a video of a model using the product. On September 18, 2006 a new advertisement debuted on US channels; the opening is the same as the original HeadOn, with the words "HeadOn, apply directly" occurring before the sound fizzles out while a person walks on and mocks the tagline, stating "HeadOn, I can't stand your commercial, but your product is amazing!", "HeadOn, I hate your commercial! But I love your product.", or "HeadOn, your commercial is so annoying, but you've got a great product!" As of June 2007, the advertisement has changed again -- this time to a chorus of people saying "Head on, apply directly to the forehead?", a single announcer repeating "apply directly to the forehead", and then the chorus doing the same thing. This newer ad also features a slow-motion version of the model using the product.

That commercial is so annoying! OMG SO annoying... just a loop of a tagline over and over and over, and they show it so often, weather channel, cnn, there's no escaping that woman. I don't even really know what the product is for!

it's a perfect example of good diabolical advertising, though. you just repeat something over and over and eventually it worms its way into deep memory no matter how much a person tries to block it out. 

I want to send a little letter to them

Dear, Head-On


Sadly, it's evidently been effective advertising because, see, we are all talking about it and wondering what the product is. I just hope this doesn't become a trend. Imagine, Coke, pour it in your mouth, Coke, pour it in your mouth, Coke pour it in your mouth! 

That kind of advertising should be illegal. I'd like to apply my foot directly to their ***. Nobody wants their crappy product to begin with and annoying the hell out of everyone doesn't make it any better for them or us.

I'm thinking of starting a petition to send to CNN. Everyone who hates this ad should at least email CNN about removing them as a sponsor.
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Lolita Fashion's name? [23rd September 2007 @ 1:17am]
 Isn't it strangly ironic that the name chosen for "Lolita Fashion" a fashion aimed at dressing child like in the victorian era (neo-victorian), happens to be the same name as a book about pedophile named  "Humbert Humbert" called "Lolita". I hate having to explain that Lolita fashion has nothing to do with pedophillia

From Wikipedia the encyclopidia- 
Instead, adherents present themselves as children or baby dolls and consider it necessary to look "cute," "beautiful," or "elegant" rather than "sexy." A culture has evolved in the west from the Lolita fashion; similar to the Neo-Victorian culture, it embraces Victorian style and sensibility and, like the fashion itself, advocates a return to the child-like innocence and feminine sweetness thought to be lost in modern day life. Like other anachronistic fashions and cultures which revive historical styles, it will still incorporate some modern principles, technology, and style with its ideals.
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