Tuesday, March 27, 2012

Annoying girls are... annoying.

Photo I took during the contest:
Self portrait reflection.
     So today, I took part in a photography competition. Being photography, and that everyone thinks they are photographers, there were 130 contestants. Probably 100 of those were girls.

     Let me just put it out there; girls can be so annoying!

     This group of girls near me stressed the WHOLE time. They thought they were SO good. They could hardly take a picture that was in focus. It made me mad that they freaked out over something that wouldn't even make a difference for them.

     We had to go out on a field assignment where we had to take a photo of reflection; whether it be a self portrait, a reflection in a reflection or motion in a reflection. This girl spent 15 minutes asking everyone their opinion of what picture to submit (they were all crap) and she just complained the whole time.

     Another one stressed about the written test we had to do, and made sure she knew what she was doing (understandable, yet annoying). While I was taking the test, which was easy, I could hear girls all around gossiping, complaining, giggling and all the other annoying tactics they come up with.

     Everywhere you looked, you saw a teenage girls clenching her camera in one hand, and biting her nails on the other. Eventually, I wanted to slap them all and tell them to shut up. I have never been so annoyed in my life.

-Mark Bradley

Friday, March 16, 2012

New Obsession, Old Navy Tees; A review.

 These past few weeks, I have been working a ton, and pocketing money. I don't have anything that I have to spend money on, other than gas, so I have just been wasting it all.

Old Navy Classic V-Neck Tee
in Organic Peach

This brings me to my main point: Old Navy tees.

 My last two purchases have only been shirts from Old Navy, and let me say, I am extremely satisfied with my purchases.

I bought 4 Classic V-Neck Tee shirts in:

                                Heather Light Blue
                                Turquoise Heather
                                Purple Heather
                                Organic Peach

Two Premium Tee shirts in:
                 Medium Green (V-Neck)
                 Heather Light Blue (Baseball Tee)

Old Navy Men's Premium
Baseball Tee in
Heather Light Blue

 The Classic shirts are so soft, somewhat heavy, but not too hot. They fit perfectly (in medium on me) and they are tagless which makes them even more comfortable. The colors are vibrant, and I get compliments on them everytime I wear them.

 The Premium Tees are, well, premium! Extremely soft, and the fabric is very light & cool. They are great for spring! The baseball tee fits great everywhere except the arms. My arms aren't too small, but the shirt is still very loose on them, so the sleeves fall down without trying.

 Overall, I would purchase all of these shirts in every color. I love plain v-necks, and I think I just found my favorite brand of them! If I were you, I would go on over to Old Navy and buy as many as you can!

                      -Mark Bradley

Thursday, March 15, 2012

Shopping for Bitches

Something that I really enjoy is giving to people. When they open up the package, and I see their smile, I just get such a great feeling inside.

Over time, I have bought my ex(?) friend, Dani, multiple gifts:

-Nailpolish, $18
-Viva La Juicy, $25
-Dooney & Bourke key chain, $40
-and tons of other crap

Sure, I randomly bought them for her, except the keychain was for Christmas. She didn't even get ME anything. She told me that she got me the cologne I really wanted but returned it, but who would do that? I'm not trying to sound like snooty, petty bitch, but it makes me mad that she didn't even give me a card for my birthday.

-Mark Bradley

Wednesday, March 14, 2012

Awkward night: Call of Duty

So yesterday I went to Phoenix to hang out with one of my best friends.
First of all, I was shocked that my parents let me drive 120 miles alone. But that's beside the fact.

I was planning on spending the night, but the same night was his friends birthday party. I didn't want to just stay there for a few hours, so I went to the party with him. I thought it was going to be a fun party where everyone was laughing and having a good happy time, I was mistaken. We walked into the garage where I imagined there would be 15 jolly teenagers eating pizza and listening to music, but saw 4 guys sitting there playing Call of Duty instead.

*a little background information:
I don't play video games.
I haven't touched a Playstation for over 3 years.
I have never seen someone play Call of Duty.
I knew none of these people.

So Jake and I sat down on a couple of lawn chairs, then out of no where, a controller appeared in my hands. First thing out of my mouth, "What do I do?" After 12 minutes of getting killed over and over again, I put set the controller down and laid out my sleeping bag. Such a great way to start off the night.

Looking at my phone, I realized that I still had 14 hours left in that dark, dirty, muggy garage.

Monday, March 12, 2012

My first time. SFW.

Why I'm starting a new blog: a complaint from a pleasant teenager. While sitting here on my friends bed, she tells me I need to start a blog. Let's me know that SHE would read it, even if no one else does. So, being naive, I get on blogger. She says that I'm perfect for having a blog; my parents own a coffee shop, and I drink coffe. I guess you absolutely have to drink coffee to be a blogger? Okay. The last time I had a blog, I had 6 followers, one would por her heart out to me everyday about ow much she hated her life. Another said to me one day, "Hi! I like cats too!" I never even said I liked cats in the first place! But, I do like cats, a lot. So I guess I will try out this blog thing. No promises, it might suck, or it may just be a total success. -MarkBradley