Sunday, June 10, 2007

I'm so porny right now

Is it a compliment to be told you look like a porn star?
A friend of a friend recently insisted that not only had I done porn but he had a copy of one of my videos.

I hope he's not confusing me with Ron Jeremy

Tuesday, June 05, 2007

New Hottness

I was introduced to this album by Joe this past weekend - and I have to say it's one of the most entertaining pop albums I've seen in a while.

It's a great mix of R&B, pop and dance music. I'm sure you've heard the lead single "Umbrella" about a thousand times.

How can you not love an album that has a song like"Breaking Dishes", a lyrical sample of which is below:

I'm still waiting, come through the door
I'm killing time, you know bleaching your clothes
I'm roasting marshmallows on the fire
And what I'm burning is your attire
I'm getting restless
I'm getting tested
I can't believe he is always out every night and never checks in
Is he cheating? Man I don't know
I'm looking 'round for something else to throw

I'm breaking dishes up in here
All Night (Uh-huh)
I ain't go stop until I see police lights

Monday, June 04, 2007

I live for this woman

Badge of Shame

reads: "You were @ Mr. Black last night" - ughh

why do these things never wash off?

Friday, June 01, 2007

Heading back to the US

So, I'm finally returning home from my brief stint in Europe. It's definitely been an interesting experience.

Don't get me wrong - I love to travel, and seeing Ireland (for the first time) and Moscow (for the second) has been a great experience but I'm ready to sleep in my own bed again.

I have to say, visiting Moscow in May is clearly much better then visiting in November/December. The last time I was here the sun came out from behind the clouds for literally 10 minutes in an over two week period --- and it was such an event that I took a picture to mark the occasion. During my most recent visit I don't think I saw a single cloud in the sky.

The most striking thing about Moscow for me is it's intense consumer culture- even more conspicuous then that of the New York! I don't think I've ever seen such a concentration of Louis Vuitton and Dolce & Gabbana in my life.

At any rate, I'm currently in the lounge at Международный Аэропорт Москва-Шереметьево (that's Sheremetyevo International Airport to non Russians) and I'm hoping this flight is a bit quieter then the one from London to Moscow. On my way in I was surrounded by a group of Russian students returning home (many clad in D&G, with the aforementioned LV bags - natch) who immediately broke out bottles of Moet the minute our plane hit the sky. The rest of the flight was like being at a bad karokie bar - the students were completely wasted and were singing bad pop music along to their iPods at the top of their lungs. We were treated to the worst of both Russian & English pop music - and to be honest I'm not sure I appreciated their rendition of "My Humps" at 3 in the morning.

Maybe I'm just getting (am?) old.