Saturday, January 08, 2005

music in my head: Tits on the Radio, Scissor Sisters

Art (2 days)
Maths non-calculator
French listening
History paper 1
RS, Mark's gospel
Biology
French oral
English
Chemistry

done.

French reading
French writing
Statistics
Physics
History paper 2
Maths calculator
RS Social Issues

to go.

Chemistry was easy. Had to point at a picture of a Bunsen burner etc. went straight from there to Oxford street, and the Vidal Sassoon school of Hairdressing. Got my hair done by a nice Japanese student, veryvery short. Her equally Japanese teacher, if less short, hovered about in a reassuring way, and they played that No Doubt album three times in the time I was there. Now, that's a good album, but it was a bit much. I was there for 3 and a quarter hours.

Basically, I love the result. It's kinda bobby, longer and flicky at the front, and shorter and layered at the back. I think it's a bit like Louise Brooksonly a bit longer, and without a fringe, but my brother says I look like Sebastian, from Little Britain. All depends on your point of view, I spose. It's too short to tie back, anyway.

You scored as Classic Rock.. Classic Rock.

Classic Rock.

54%

Emo & More

54%

Indie

46%

Indie Rock

46%

Ska

42%

Industrial

33%

Punk and Pop Punk.

33%

Country

33%

Mainstream

29%

Britpop

29%

Hardcore

25%

Hip Hop and Rap

21%

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And, spreading the word...

January 27th is the birthday of Lewis Carroll, author of ALICE'S ADVENTURES IN WONDERLAND.
Alice fell down a rabbit hole into a place where everything had changed and none of the rules could be counted on to apply anymore. I say, let's do the same: January 27th, 2005 should be the First Annual LiveJournal Rabbit Hole Day. When you post on that Thursday, instead of the normal daily life and work and news and politics, write about the strange new world you have found yourself in for the day, with its strange new life and work and news and politics. Are your pets talking back at you now? Has your child suddenly grown to full adulthood? Does everyone at work think you're someone else now? Did Bush step down from the White House to become a pro-circuit tap-dancer? Did Zoroastrian missionaries show up on your doorstep with literature in 3-D? Have you been placed under house arrest by bizarre insectoid women wielding clubs made of lunchmeat?

1 Comments:

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31 October 2005 at 09:10  

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