found this on stumbleupon. It's pretty funny because somebody really creative decided to do mosaics of various celebrities. The great part of it is that they were all done with things that you would associate with that celebrity (e.g. Lady Gaga-poker chips and kermit the frog doll parts, Missy Elliot-makeup). I don't want to give away some of the best ones, but you get the idea
found this new movie poster for The Hunger Games on thehob.org. If you're as obsessed with The Hunger Games as I am than you will waste a whole lot of time on thehob because it's just that good of a website. It gets all the updates on movie still shots, interviews with the cast and about the books.
I saw this on Stumbleupon, it's really cool. Given that my life at the moment is like a roller coaster with school, potential career, current work, housing drama, and just balancing everything in life in general, I think I might see what the difference is between my answers now and later in the year just for kicks. Here's just two of the 25 questions.
so the thing I've become recently obsessed with in the last few weeks is "Revenge." It's one of the best TV dramas I've ever seen, and believe me growing up in a household where everybody had a different taste on genres and shows (ie. Lost, 24, NCIS, Grey's Anatomy) I've seen a few shows.
The point being that "Revenge" is amazing. There's so many layers to the stories of each and every character. The writers have made you feel sorry for and root for the main character, who even though she does some really bad things, is justified in the revenge she's taking out on the other characters around her. Then there's the cast of actors who are all great, particularly some of the main characters such as Emily Thorne (the main character played by Emily VanCamp) and her childhood sweetheart Jack Porter (played by Nick Wechsler). It's near impossible to try and describe all the ins and outs of the show because it has such a quick progression, but that's what makes it great. I don't know about you, but I can't stand it when a show or movie has a good plot with many subplots, but it's too complicated to follow. This show does a great job having a bunch of subplots that are easy to follow.
This promo video doesn't do it justice at all, but you at least get a somewhat general idea