“Don’t expect your female roommate to be a fine ass woman all the time. Look, we’re glad you think so highly of us that you’re fucking shocked when we lay around all day without showering, sans bra, eating a perpetual plate of nachos. But my house is my house, regardless of who else lives there. Sometimes a girl just wants to wear an ex-boyfriend t-shirt and sweatpants covered in paint. Ask any deliveryman. They’ve seen some dark shit.”—Stephanie Georgopulos, Understanding Your Opposite Sex Roommate, describing my actual day today.
Although its exact etymology is not known, the term “punk” has survived numerous changes in meaning throughout the centuries. The first recorded use of the term (unknown origin) occurred in the early 1590s, with reference to a “prostitute, harlot.” The term “taffety punk,” a reference to “a well dressed whore,” appears in William Shakespeare’s All’s Well That Ends Well, penned between 1604 and 1605.
just rediscovered in my iTunes, Chihiro Onitsuka’s cover of Smells Like Teen Spirit. Haunting as fuckkkkk.
ETA: I just had a weird brainfart where I kept writing her last name as “Onotsuka” because that is a name made out of syllables that make sense in a name (小野塚 I guess I was thinking?) but it is actually Onitsuka and it is actually 鬼束 and it is her actual name. Can you imagine your last name meaning “demon bundle”???