The fact that this is my second outfit post in a row broadcasted from the FLOOR OF THE LIBRARY should tell you something about:
a) how much time I spend in the library [an inordinate amount].
b) my need for procrastinatory outlets [hence the outfit posts… which I ironically do more often when I’m incredibly busy… go figure.]
Today was “De-Stereotype Day” here at UVa, and just about everyone is sporting this tee-shirt (which only marginally raises the homogeneity of people’s sartorial tastes around here…YIKES). We were supposed to write something about ourselves that isn’t stereotypical on the back of the shirt. Mine says “I love rap” because, while I don’t even think twice about my intense affection for rap, others apparently find it incongruous with my nerdy parlance and phosphorescent-white complexion.
Yeah, the whole concept is a little campy and hokey, but I rather enjoy it… maybe another anti-stereotypical thing about me is that I have a soft spot for the kind of unbridled optimism and faith in the potential of the human race that is required to plan an event like “De-Sterotype Day.”
… I’ll stop writing incredibly long and obnoxiously complex sentences now and show you a few more sub-par library shots.
P.S.–speaking of my love of rap, here’s what’s been on non-stop repeat lately:
and, as ALWAYS, what is probably my favorite piece of music ever, Clipse’s magnum opus, WHEN THE LAST TIME.