Saturday, November 22, 2008

All in a day's work

Another day at Brendan's. We worked really hard as both of our blogs will attest. If I spend too much time over at his place there is going to be some serious cross-blogination.

First we had a fashion shoot. He had me take picture of his new t-shirt:

And then he took pictures of my awesome sweatshirt.

Note the lil' deadhead on the right. I totally remember reading this book which makes this shirt extra ruling.

Lauren bought this for me when it came into Beacons thinking it was a metal band's tour sweatshirt. Not quite but still amazing.

We then posed with the new ET/Rasta Skeleton hybrid
Bros 4 Lyfe
Bros 4 Lyfe

My new BF
I was so busy staring passionately into my new BF's eyes I didn't notice the dreads on top of my head...oops.

My new BF
Tru Luv

Then bossman fell asleep, Blackberry on his chest. Poor lil' guy, all tuckered out from grocery shopping and listening to Howard Stern. I kid, this motherfucker works dang hard.

Oh and I also made linesheets and order forms. God bless Excel.


thehistoryofmyfuture said...


I was more into the Fear Street books (I was a very mature fifth grader, you see.), but must admit the covers of the Goosebumps books were pretty amazing.

Battle said...

I personally loved Christopher Pike. Less popular but waaaaaay more sex scenes. By 5th grade I had graduated to Stephen King...remember the weird gang bang scenario in It? Wtf?

thehistoryofmyfuture said...

I read Christopher Pike too. I remember being shocked at the sex stuff. The Remember Me trilogy was my fave, but it freaked me out so much that a teenage girl had a miscarriage in it! So sheltered! I was morbidly terrified of clowns so I never read It-- I WAS into Anne Rice at one point though. I shouldn't tell people stuff like this.

brendan donnelly said...