jehnt
likely to go after anything that appears to be intelligent life. 
14th-Jul-2008 05:27 pm
I just got this message on myspace:

"So I was looking up a friend in Texas and I ran across the picture of a really good looking star wars geek. I'm so confused. I hope your boyfriend appreciates how awesome you are."

ahahahhaha wtf myspace.

Also, I hereby resolve that if I make it through this week at [livejournal.com profile] lantis_lims, I will make all my icons at least two days in advance of the deadline and will try at least three different variations. Because I think my entries for the past few weeks have had no spirit at all, which I guess reflects my greater mood but still sucks, especially because I had a bit of a good run before that. And since my voting reasons tend to be abstract shit like "This icon has not the spark of life!" etc, it makes me feel especially bad for submitting dead ones.

But anyway. I revamped my userinfo to reflect some of my newer interests, like my sudden desire to see Claudia Black/Lena Headey. Not like RPS, mind you. I want this shit ON MY TELEVISION. Hottest thing ever, Y/Y? I may have gone a little overboard with the pictures. I couldn't help it!

Claudia:












































Lena:















































jehnt: (sw - han + falcon)
Comments 
15th-Jul-2008 08:24 pm (UTC)
Way to fail at clarity, myspace! Was s/he talking about you? Or was that just a random reference to star wars? AM CONFUSED. AND AMUSED.
15th-Jul-2008 08:28 pm (UTC)
It was talking about me -- there's at least one picture in my thing of me wearing a Star Wars shirt. The boyfriend mention was confusing because it says in more than one place that I'm single... and the entire thing was just weird because WHO SENDS MESSAGES LIKE THAT, seriously?
15th-Jul-2008 09:15 pm (UTC)
No, but they've BEEN SEARCHING THE WORLD FOR CUTE GIRLS WITH STAR WARS T-SHIRTS! THE SHOCK OF FINDING ONE SENDS THEM INTO AUTOMATIC DENIAL!

Which, I mean, who does? I must admit to stalking friends of my boymates on bebo (Irish equivalent) but no matter how tempted I get, I never leave messages. (I should show you pictures, though, for they are pritty.)
15th-Jul-2008 09:42 pm (UTC)
In my experience, boys are the ones more likely to send off ridiculous messages on social networking sites. Though I guess the ones I get from girls on myspace usually go like, "I work as an escort and was wondering if it's a career you'd be interested in? I could help you get set up!" and I'm like, uh, is someone trying to recruit me to be a prostitute here, what?
15th-Jul-2008 09:51 pm (UTC)
And now I feel left out because no one's ever tried to recruit ME as a prossie! D:
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