Monday, October 31, 2011

Hot Famous Person Mondays -Halloween Edition!

I thought it was only fair on Halloween to have some beautiful people who play the undead on TV.

So... for your viewing pleasure I bring you.

Ian Somerhalder and Paul Wesley AKA Damon & Stefan Salvatore from the Vampire Diaries.

They're the ridiculous kind of hot that can only exist in a fantasy world. LOL!

Monday, October 24, 2011

Hot Famous Person Mondays

Sorry I did not do this last Monday but I've been kinda busy.
I really need the eye candy today too... so... this week's hot famous person is...
Clive Owen.

What do I need to say about this one? The eyes, the sexy jawline, the smile, the body, the accent... HOT.

Monday, October 10, 2011

New Feature: Hot Famous Person Mondays.

From now on, every Monday, since Monday's suck for most of us, I will feature a famous person who I think is hot. I will explain why I think this and feel free to add your opinions. I am warning you, there might be some odd choices here and of course the obvious choices too, but I'm not exactly a conventional thinker you know...

With that being said... today's hot famous person is:

 Jesse Eisenberg

Ahh... the nerdy/hot man. I don't know, maybe because he seems obtainable for the geeky/nerdy/awkward girl I am or maybe I have a fetish for nerds... who knows... he's just cute... to me that is. He's a true nerd without using humor all the time to cover it up. Jesse, I hope you are honored to be my first choice. ;)

Monday, October 3, 2011


As I've mentioned before, I've never been comfortable completely in social situations.
But there are some people who are worse than I. I have a story of such a person.

I was waiting for the bus this morning at my usual bus stop, but the bus was extremely late. I usually catch it at around 7:05am but it was already 7:30am.  I am looking down the block from inside the little NJTransit bus stop shelter. As I am looking for my wayward bus, I see a girl. She couldn't have been any older than 17. Shoulder length frizzy brown hair, squarish outdated glasses, and sallow pale skin. Upon seeing her, I get up from the bench to get a better look at the street to watch for the bus that was now 100% going to make me late.

She asks, in a low mumble, what bus I am waiting for. I tell her the 772 and I ask what bus is she waiting for, and she says the 175. I tell her that I saw one about 20 minutes ago and that my bus was extremely late and I leave it at that.

She proceeded to talk to me in her low mumble. I spoke in my regular voice.
The conversation went something like this...
She said, "Why did you get up like your bus was coming when you saw me?"
Me: "I have been sitting for a long time. I needed to get up."
She said, "I know why you got up. I know the reason."
I said, after thinking this statement odd and strangely provocative, "What's the reason?"
Her eyes shifted from me to the sidewalk, " know the reason...I usually don't like to sit down when it's cold."
I wish I didn't sound so quick and maybe confrontational in my previous statement. I could see that this girl was really trying to be social but really having a hard time at it. I can remember when I was like that in my life. Later on I realized that being silent and anti-social was much better than facing all of that rejection I faced when my attempts to speak left me emotionally wounded.
But still... part of me wishes that I would have at least said "Goodbye" or "Have a nice day" or something to that effect when I left when my bus finally came.

I hope I didn't come off as mean or "too cool" to talk to her. I didn't mean it that way at all...
I guess my years of social awkwardness and the resulting behavioural changes are really starting to show.

Sorry mystery awkward girl. I really do know where you are at, even if I seemed like everyone else at the time.