My co-workers and I went out to eat at Brick Lane Curry House last night (we went to the Upper East Side one) and it was really fun. I can’t believe I was even remotely worried the food would be too spicy because lol, it wasn’t spicy whatsoever. And my friends were like, duh, white people eat here. true. The food was good, but overpriced. All I ordered was chicken tikka masala, naan, and a coke, and I had to pay $34. But I guess that’s to be expected when you go to a restaurant on the UES.
Missed Orphan Black last night since I was out, but luckily I haven’t seen any spoilers. Work again today, then Game of Thrones tonight. Orphan Black has to wait till tomorrow (Monday).
The Orphan Black season 2 premiere is today!!
Unfortunately, I probably won’t get to watch it until Monday, because today after work, all of my co-workers and I are going out to eat at Brick Lane Curry House (idk which one; there are three different locations in Manhattan. also, I hope their food isn’t that spicy because I can’t handle spicy food and brown people always make fun of me cause what kind of brown person am i if i can’t handle spicy food). I’m probably going to get home really late, so I’m DVRing Orphan Black.
And then tomorrow (Sunday) I have work again, and when I get home I have to watch Game of Thrones. So no Orphan Black till Monday, boooo.
One year later, how do we assess where we are? How do we determine our threat level? There are some that would say we could measure it by magazine articles and blog mentions. And there are others that would say we can determine it by sold out arena shows, by plaques on the wall. But maybe it’s something that lies beyond anything you can quantify. That there just isn’t an algorithm to determine how many hours in a year were spent in airports waiting for baggage, that can determine how much someone loves a song based on how many trains they took to get to the show. And that there is simply no unit of measurement for lost voices. What it meant for us to come back after all these years, but really, what it means for all you to come back too: lost voices, constant jet lag, or for these ringing ears. But I challenge you to say that it doesn’t show resolve, determination in the face of failure. Because art begins as what you create, but takes on a life of its own when it’s consumed. This record felt like a monster, but you gave that monster life… One year later, this is our love letter back to you. Thank you. ♫
It wasn’t a spell or a prophecy… It was real.
get to know me meme: [3/5] tv shows → glee
"I used to think that this was like the lamest thing on earth, and maybe it is. But we’re all here for the same reason. Cause we wanna be good at something."
Sebastian discussing the Winter Soldier’s “eyeliner” (x)
The Queen [and her work so far]
Darren Criss & Jessica Szohr in A Great Big World’s “Already Home” video. [HQ]
Starkid ~ 9th April 2009 - 9th April 2013
I only want to spend time with these friends~