A Fresh Introduction: Annie Lou
Talented with the brush as well as her thought process. Very educational when she spits, but can be extremely silly and random with her delivery. First and foremost, check out her blog and her website (Coming Soon 5.01.2010). Get to know her a little better from this random ass email she sent me with list of ish she conjured up. Very enlightening and made me want to make up my own. Word.
The Likes and Dislikes of Annie Lou
-when I feel that you get it
-great tasting (which actually doesn’t taste like anything?) water
-fake glasses when I go out for ‘I am now invisible’ purposes
-when folks pull off their work- whether it be fashion, music or daily appearance- clean, unassuming, & simple yet interesting
-staring at people that stare at me until they get uncomfortable, haha
-learning new things
-learning about old things
-my friends that have bikes
-East Coast swearing
-sitting on sunny grassy hills with, at the very least, a notebook and a pencil
-having friends that do what they love, are good at what they do, and generously support those they love. Round and round we go.
-that awkward part of getting into a crowded bar or club when you’re standing around trying to just get in, wanting to apologize to everyone behind you as you feel their laser stares burning holes in your back
-expensive sh*t… actually ‘overpriced’ is more accurate
-white acrylic nail tips.. ladies, for real, these are not awesome
-when my fake glasses become conversation pieces when they were intended for invisibility… the Catch-22 of 9Five. Just kidding, it’s cool; the preference to wear eyewear is personal, they make me feel less self-conscious.
-when people, or even myself, awkwardly avoid eye contact
-when you’re stuck in traffic and the sun is in your face, so you want to drink water to make sure you don’t get a headache but then you’re gonna have to pee… damn.
-when people ask with their mouths when they could’ve asked with their eyes
-how I haven’t yet achieved the discipline to really focus
-how I panic, a lot
-how I’m late, all the time
-working out when there’s people around
-wasted time from inefficient disorganization
-people that are hellbent on keeping their wack mindset.