Background of 3 swans on a lake at the cusp of dusk or dawn, that is an unknown among many other things of th universe.  The hues go from blue to indigo to purple to pink.

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Thursday, 29 December 2011

inb4 twentytwelve a restart

」get nice and good before you dance yrself clean

『 "It takes knowledge to understand others, but it needs a clear mind to know oneself. It takes strength to surpass others, but it requires a strong will to surpass oneself." - Laozi

What happened to this blog?  Seven posts then nothing?  Actually I wouldn't even call it seven posts when half of them are shit.  The quote above is a reflective of what happened to this blog, I wanted to do something great with this blog, make great things happen, create amazing content.  However nothing truly transpired.  The way I see it was there was a clear mind but no will.  No will, no content.  However, I've found a renewed sense of motivation and a intense wanting to get this going again. So,

How about a product review?  A summer day up at campus and my friend and I were feeling thirsty.  Into the campus grocery store and after a few minutes of mulling over the selection of drinks feeling like this.

I eventually chose Boylan's Creamy Red Birch Beer.  Now this is the first I've drank a "Birch Beer" so I did not know that I was to experience the taste of one the GREATEST sodas ever brewed.  No joke, this shit is good.  

The bottle is made of a thick glass which gives the drinker a sense of quality with the soda: the glass bottle feels damn sturdy and the glass relief around the bottle attributes a feel of yesteryear.  A feel rightfully so because Boylan Bottling Company has been in operation for well over 100 years.  On it there is a large creamy red design with the details of the drink and... well fuck you can see it can't you?  I won't go on describing the the look of the bottle.  Time to consume.
As said above earlier this is one of the  best  sodas ever.  The first sip gives you an experience of a sublime euphoria where a  creamy vanilla  and I believe what is the flavour of birch are swinging with each other.  As in where each atom of birch flavour and  creamy vanilla  flavour were to be a monogamous flavour couple in your mouth and your tongue is the host a swingers party.  So, you have like what, millions-billions-trillions of swining  creamy vanilla  and birch flavour couples fucking with one another in your mouth all giving your tongue a nice old fashioned.

At ??.?? it's a pretty good deal because at whatever price you do pay for one these Boylan's Creamy Red Birch Beer it's worth it.』

Here's some arbitrary figures:
Taste: 10 / 10 , Price: 10 / 10 , Design: 10 / 10 , Total: 30 / 30

Tuesday, 5 April 2011

smoking white devil

」oh... hahaha...「

『 Coming shortly the good dishes, starring munchies explorations, on the foot adventure, magic net culture. For now, don't free base your cocaine. Goodness gracious watch this vidijea. 』

Neither church... heh... say no to dope kids..! green is heaven bushes though.

Friday, 1 April 2011


」this is ridic「

『 The collective's gears have been slowed and ultimately ceased functioning however that will change. Because of time constraints no new material has been posted in the last three days! Apologies. An interim will be the posting of literally the best Sc2 related documentary created. Awesome posts to be made. 』

SlayerS_'BoxeR' :']

Monday, 28 March 2011

procrastination poutine satisfaction

」i want horchata but there's only Vampire Weekend

『 This post should be about Sc2, but it's not. So, instead of that, today's post will feature the poutine that was consumed instead of creating the new post.

So today the crew and I went outside for a session on a cold winter-like but it's fucking spring day that had a sun blasting it's lazy ass rays for the first time in a while. We love poutines. We love poutines like the way a Canadian loves cream cheese in a sushi roll. [sounds weird? trust me it's nnnhhyyyoooooo maaa ggaaaawwwwddddd flavourious] After the customaries it was decided that a jerny to DQ would best satisfy our munchies. We weren't sure at all at what to get at DQ we just knew we had to get there and just consume. Upon arrival my eyes were fixated by the shining bright lights of the menu and the word POUTINE 3.79. And then ...


Pretty standard fast food joint poutine: Which is cheap fries + mass gravy + oh so good but fake processed cheese. It's not a fuck up of a fast food poutine like the New York Fries fare but closer in taste to the KFC poutine and greater than the A&W poutine. The generous amount of DQ gravy finds itself slathered all over the properly fried papas fritas resulting in a mmmmm satisfying mouth-flavour-dance. The cheese is okay as it has a rubbery texture but good taste that acquaints itself warmly with the gravy bathed fries. Overall, it'll satisfy a poutine craving but it's no means to end for one, leaving you jonesing for more. At 3.79 CAD it's not worth the amount you get and if you really want cheap and decent poutine you're better of making it yourself or moving to Quebec. 』

Here's some arbitrary figures:
Taste: 7.5 / 10 , Price: 5 / 10 , Design: 7 / 10 , Total: 19.5 / 30



enjoying local art with meal

Saturday, 26 March 2011


」We NEED focus!「

『 There's been an absent of posts on this blog and to rectify that a new one is coming shortly. As it's being furiously typed away please enjoy this video as a teaser to what the focus of the content of the next post will be. 』

Tuesday, 22 March 2011

apologizes, i speak no fob

」definitions, also click for accompanying 音乐

『 Do you know what is engrish?

Yes? Skip over this part to continue to the post.

No? Well, a quick google of engrish would bring you to a definition by wikipedia saying:

「 Engrish refers to non-standard variations of English used in East Asian countries. The term arose by replacing the L in English with an R, which is known as lallation, and is caused by the lack of a phoneme corresponding to the English L in Japanese. 」

Which I think it's pretty shitty definition and is no fun. Rather, for a better sense of the word and profanity skim over the urban dictionary definitions here and don't bother with the first few definitions it'll be the same as the wikipedia. The lower rated ones are a lot more in tune to how the collective believe engrish really means generally to the masses. Or... just more racist? huahuahua. 』


『 The point of this blog post is not to make you aware of the grammar mistakes asians so commonly do nor is it a medium as which for the collective to espouse its thoughts on engrish. Like people would care frankly nor is it that particularly fascinating a subject to even discuss. We's jus show you some images that are pretty engrishy and lawlol.

Monday, 21 March 2011

drank in a purple can

firstly, click for accompanying 音乐

『 Buddha in da haus, is a collective collection of all items that relate to the collective's interest; haus Buddhism aesthetics. It'll use big people words like pompous, display shitty grammar without shame, be subjectively prejudice「big people words again, see?」 and may or may not reflect the trueness of the collective. It's all for fun. 』

secondly, drank.

Okay, one can't help but to call this drink purple drank instead of just drank. The can design gives you a feel of something along the lines of, smooth soul jazz, black people, grape. Chiefly, with the slogan at the bottom "slow your roll".

Moreover, the taste of drank is a mix
Sprite + Bawls and a scent grape flavour, the carbonation is light as well, adding to the "relaxness" of the drink and reinforcing the feel of the can design and all the prejudices with it. I like it, it's refreshing quenches my thirst, good summer drink. As to whether it made me more mellow, mmmm, yeah. It did.

At $2.49 drank is a good grab if you have the cash or if you're running low on the green and need something go along with your munchies while you have a cotton plantation in your mouth.

Here's some arbitrary figures:
Taste: 9 /
10 , Price: 8 / 10 , Design: 8 / 10 , Total: 25 / 30

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