Saturday, March 30, 2013

Jeckin and Pinal's Big Fat Indian Wedding






























Great times.
Great food.
Great people.

Happy family.
Happy friends.
Happy lives.

Friday, March 29, 2013

Nick Cave Horses in Grand Central


I went with some friends to try to see the
Nick Cave horses that were at Grand Central last week.
Unfortunately, so did every other person.
So we didn't get in,
but it was kind of nice out,
so at least we got some air.

This is what we missed:

You know Nick Cave.
He did this song:


Tuesday, March 26, 2013

NYC Armory Show 2013: Part 4: Some Cool Art from Jon's Phone


Tilda Swinton is sleeping under this.
Just kidding!

It was Jon himself.
Just kidding!

This was art nonetheless.
I think it's called Sleepeh.


An artist was signing/giving away Andy Warhol Brillo boxes or something.
I didn't get one or see where they were getting them from,
but it looked neat.

These acrylic legs are Matthew Barney-esque, no?


Word art is in these days.


This is awesome art.
It's represents the worst times of the winter holidays.
I bet there are already cards and T-shirts on etsy with this print.

They're synchronized enough to make a tree
out of their poop,
as if the poop tree is walking jauntily toward them too.
The men are in a yoga position.
They have such terrible diarrhea 
that it shoots through their underwear!
They're average weight men
that are identical except for their facial hair
and their underwear. 


Art made up of hundreds of unsmoked cigarettes.


The machine was automated to push holes through the tape.
It was interesting and random.
A woman suggested it was Braille.



A cool photo taken of a building not in this area.
We need cool colorful buildings architects on the eastern seaboard.
Enough of this steel, red or orange or beige brick, and glass garbage.
Color our concrete jungles for us sexy beasts!


You entered this galley's booth with a flashlight
to look at the art.
I don't know why.
The gallery was from Istanbul.


There's something so appealing about the circle it creates.
The rose gold gleaming and all.


Copy of the score by John Cage:

Jon says it's probably the most famous piece of 
experimental music.
The music is the ambient noise of the silence of the musician
not performing.

(This just underscores my anxiety at a live performance.)

Jon thinks I closed the video,
but it's still playing.


Scary stone babies.
Ma-ma?

Monday, March 25, 2013

The Time Wee Married The Shredder


Once upon a time,
this past Saturday,
in the land of PoPo's house,
Ayee found The Shredder
hanging out somewhere.
She brought him to the table we were all hanging around,
he was quite mischievous.

At the time, we weren't sure
what he wanted with those flowers,
but surely enough,
his intentions became extremely clear.


Now if only he could figure out how to get the flower through the hole,
he'd be golden and his plan would be set into motion.

With flowers at his side and a ring in his hand,
he proposed to Wee,
kneeling among the orange slices and donuts.


He was so nervous that he was stepping on his cape!
But to his and everyone viewing's relief,
she said . . .


YES!

Wait, let me just say it like all the kids on facebook nowadays do:
I got on one knee with a ring,
and she said yes!
Status: Engaged


He had a little trouble putting the ring on her finger
since it was so heavy for him.
He has a forty pack of muscles on his torso,
but the multicarat ring was a little hard for him to manage.

Anyway, things couldn't be done fast enough!
Wee put on our heirloom cheong sam,
the one our PoPo, aunt, mom, and I wore for our weddings,
along with some other family and family friends,
and she and The Shredder just got hitched!


She's adoring and thinking about The Shredder.
Is he thinking about me?
I wonder if he'll think I'm pretty.


She called everyone she knew to tell them to good news!


She sang for him.

Chris had no clue what had transpired
with his fiancee or The Shredder.

Anyway, they lived happily ever after!

Friday, March 22, 2013

Cinderella on Broadway Was So Awesome!


Tonight we saw Cinderella on Broadway,
and I thought it was so awesome,
I think I want to see it again!


I went with my aunt, mom, PoPo, and cousin Sam
for Aunt Isabel's birthday.



The other day I had been walking past the theater to get home,
and I saw a woman in full Disney Cinderella regalia.
It was odd because the woman was like in her late forties,
and it was FREEZING out.

Jon said that if he were going,
he'd dress up like GusGus.

I'm kinda of sure that there are at least five people
who think they're going to see the Disney version of Cinderella
instead of the Roger and Hammerstein version for every showing.

Not sure what the difference is?
(Not that one is better than the other
because both are excellent.)

This is the Disney Cinderella:

This is the Roger and Hammerstein version:


I think Disney distributed it
--at least the TV version with Brandy in it--
but I love the Cinderella that Leslie Ann Warren plays.
  


Slippers are so back.
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