I have nothing at all to do for the next few hours so i’m going to blitz my room and bathroom.
The sun outside my window is pretty and making my room pink it’s lovely.
I’ve been roped into a rugby boy auction thing tonight, people will pay money for them to take their clothes off.
Not digging the idea right now but i’ll just get my drink on and it’ll be fine.
Plus I have an open mic stand up night tomorrow at Tower bar to look forward to so that should be bloody good.
Got my semester B timetable yesterday and my script and screenwriting classes start now so University should be boss this semester.
new tattoo i got today. i’m in love with it.
why the heck
am i up at 9 minutes past 6.
sleeping is a joke.
please brain switch off.
even band of horses aren’t helping, so what the heck am i meant to do.
“sex, drugs and on the dole”
defffffffffinitely bought my streets ticket today.
excited isn’t the word.
back at uni
man i missed lincoln, since being here i’ve had better nights sleep and felt busier and more motivated.
last semester a saturday meant waking at 2 eating something then catching up on x factor but today i got up, got my phone sorted, put cv’s in shops and booked a tattoo.
weird not having either beth nor bryony around but bethany should be back tonight wheey!
tonight i introduced simon to the wonders of scott pilgrim.
kid got high, so kid got crumpets.
Day 05 – A song that reminds you of someone.
One of my favourite songs of all time reminds me of my favourite person of all time.
20th Century Boy by T-rex reminds me of Jessica Smith and it always will.
Day 05 - Favorite love story in a movie.
Hm. I’m not big on love stories, they’re nice and all but never told like it is.
I like how ‘love’ is portrayed in (500) Day’s of Summer but then who the hell doesn’t.
So i’m gonna say Ben Stone and Alison Scott in Knocked Up, cus it’s one of my favourite films and I love Seth Rogen’s performance, easily his best and it’s sweet watching them fall in love.
dead happy to be home
even though the snow is crazy and will pretty much prevent me from doing a lot of fun stuff this Christmas but I get to see everyone starting tomorrow so it’s all gravy.
I miss Lincoln pretty bad though, I need to knock on Breej and Bethany’s door for a cup of tea and a chat and be generally remedial with them right now!
Film day with Paul and Hannah tomorrow, they’re the best day’s.
A tonne of things right now are makin’ me appy.
I need to get back on that film challenge, I hate myself for leaving I Heart Huckabees in Lincoln. So in the mood for some Schwartzman right now.
need to catch up.
Day 03 – A song that makes you happy.
electro is happy and it reminds me of a good time with a good person. nostalgia makes me happy. so this song makes me happy!
day 03 - a movie that makes you really happy.
I Love You, Man. bromance is a sweet subject, and who better to portray it that real life friends paul rudd and jason segel, as well as being absolutely hilarious their on-screen chemistry can’t be touched.
Day 04 – A song that makes you sad.
Yellow by Coldplay. It’s my mums song to me, and it makes me sad when i listen to the words.
day 04 - a movie that makes you sad.
Requiem for a Dream. Makes me wonder why hope, ambition and dreams even exist.
Day 02 – Your least favorite song.
This is a hard one, cos if i don’t like a song surely like any other normal person i won’t listen to it so i forget it?
so i’m just gonna say any sort of “song” that is by that rat cheryl cole.
day 02 - the most underrated movie.
The most underrated film in my eyes that i’ve seen and own is Funny Games, 1997 and 2007 dir. Michael Haneke.
it’s underrated because it is seriously educational and relevant and it has a strong belief system as it’s driving force that makes it such a good film.
the fact that a film about violence on screen without any actual violent scene/clip/action at all and still be crazy terrifying and undoubtedly the best “home invasion” sub-genre of horror is such an achievement and i think the fact that it was made in Austria in 1997 and Haneke re-made the film shot for shot in 2007 and the only differences being the actors and language just shows how passionate he is about screen censorship.
watch it as soon as you can, peter and paul are talking directly to you, the film addresses everyone as an individual viewer.
see how you feel about specific violence on screen after this film.