Thursday, January 20, 2011

I love you SP.

Alright. I have to confess. I have this thing. This, activity, I guess you could call it, that I looove to do. Some people look down on it and are completely turned off by it. Some people, mostly guys, totally get it. So, I guess in a way you could say that this is such "a guy" thing for me to do, when I tell people, it kind of shocks them (!?) in a way. Unless you know me know me :) then you've unfortunately have been exposed to that attractive side of me and I can be lucky if you're still in my life after. 

I know I'm treading some serious thin ice here. I'm afraid that I might even lose a follower or two, but I feel fantastic lately; I'm energized, positive, less anxious, laughing, quickly getting better and better at letting things bounce off-vent for five minutes-and move on, and shit, this is still my blog and I refuse not to be myself. So, I apologize in advance. I'm going in. I hope you'll still love me after the fact. Maybe I'll find that I'm making a big too*hoot about nothing and you're going to meet me on the other side saying, wait, that was it? 

Whether I'm alone or with a group of guy friends, 
or with my little brother late at night when it's just us two home and we're hanging out in either one of our rooms' ...

>> watching <<

If you're still here and are screaming "me tooo!" - yay! Let's be bffs. :P I don't know why. I just looooooove this show. Over the past 3 years I have always had roommates most of them boys, including N. When we lived in our house in Fort Collins we rented out our 2 other bedrooms to friends. Somehow, well - not somehow - living with 3 boys will do it, but watching South Park quickly became a ritual, then part of every late night hang out and pretty soon, I was hooked. 

One of my best friends Johannes who lives back home is ten times worse - but together we know how amazing South Park is! :P When he came here for my wedding he wanted to go to South Park soo bad..but we just couldn't find the time. He is trying to get back here to study later this year so I will definitely take him then. But I remember having a conversation about it when he was here that I was saying that I feel almost like you sort of have to live in Colorado to really love it. I feel like there are always so many obvious and not so obvious Colorado references that just make the show. 

Don't get me wrong. I have seen my fair share of South Park episodes that just go one step over the line and okay..then I'll kind of not get so into the episode. But the majority are harmless, true, genius, and most importantly, hilarious. It's as simple as that. 

I hope I have not offended you - like I said the show can be pretty out there. But I feel better to have been able to share this side of me with you here tonight :) :) :) 

xo . jess


  1. you crack me up, b/c i thought it would be weird...not at all. i was taking my time scrolling down so i wouldn't jump ahead while husband & brother like that too. it's funny, sick, & wrong @ times, but thats my humor. so i totally get it. great post!

  2. Thank you new favorite follower :D I'm so glad you love it too. I'm glad I could make you laugh, because in person I'm probably the least funniest person you'll ever meet :P Happy Friday!

  3. Yeah girl, you kinda overreacted on that one! haha. No shame in loving South Park! Sometimes it crosses the line and I cringe and don't watch the rest of that episode, but I'm always back for more at some point!