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Bad Romance

January 23, 2010 2 comments

Bite this!

I love it!!!!
Lucas did an amazing job covering Lady Gaga, I just wish he would’ve did the “gaga ooh lala”

Broadway

January 22, 2010 2 comments

Biters,
I had to write this before I am completely gonzo. I am currently at braodway bar & lounge getting smashed. I think Travis would be proud of me.
I have had so far a Kentucky Lemonade and a shot of Patron (yes Kathy I know you disapprove). I am currently working on my second Kentucky Lemonade. I hope this isn’t the day my dad decides to read my blog lol. Shut your face Alma. Jk.
Why am I here? Good question.
I was invited by Art’s sister. To hang with her friends. But as I do not really know them or care to get to know them (I just feel like being my introverted self tonight-I’ll get to know them better another time) I have decided to get hammered.

How many ways can you say drunk in different ways? Hrmmm….

Anyway I’m way too drunk to keep writing. Will report back later.

Thank god for iPhone auto correct.
Xoxxxo.
Bite Britt.

Twihard Beauty Secret

January 11, 2010 4 comments

Twihards and Twitards look no further!!!!

http://twilightbeauty.com/

Bite this like Jasper would.
Britt.

BITE on this! Literally

January 11, 2010 1 comment
Biters look at the super fantastico guide I just found!!!
Its a Really Big Guide To Secret Fast Food Menu Items!!!
Since Art and I are on a diet I hope you benefit from this for us..
This list comes from http://consumerist.com/2007/02/the-really-big-guide-to-secret-menu-items.html

Here it is, your guide to secret menu items. Sure, it’s not the secret rib eye at Nobu, but it’s something. Before reading this please note that this article has not been fact-checked. This report is based purely on reader suggestions. We are posting them entirely without confirmation and are not going to try to order any of this crap in order to confirm its existence. We would die of heart disease, be broke, and our ass would be the size of Texas. This is the internet, the internet is not fact-checked, and these are your secret menu items. Enjoy.
Taco Bell: Everything Taco Bell makes is comprised of a few basic ingredients, so they’ll likely make anything they have the stuff for, which is probably pretty much anything they’ve ever served. Examples to attempt: Cheesy Gordita Crunch, Cheesy Fiesta Potatoes, Encharito.

Wendy’s: A tipster tells us, “order a “Grand Slam”, It would otherwise be called a Classic Quadruple, were it on the menu.” Reader bringafajita suggests trying to get a “Quarter Pound Double Stack with Cheese.” FishingCrue tells us to try “Everything” (lettuce and tomato) on a Wendy’s Double Stack, sometimes it’s even free. If they look at you like you’re crazy, tell them there’s a button for it. A double stack with everything, add bacon is a decent sandwich for somewhere south of 2 bones.”

Chipotle: Chipotle will, like Taco Bell, make anything they have the ingredients for. Unlike Taco Bell, this is an official policy. Some suggestions: Nachos, Quesadilla, Individual Tacos, Taco Salads, Tiny Bean Burritos Using Taco Shells, Fresh Cilantro on Your Tacos, whatever you can think of.

Subway: Subway will still make the “pizza sub,” and many other former menu items. Also, they can’t sell “broken cookies,” so they may give you some for free.

Jamba Juice: Jamba has an entire secret menu of “unhealthy” smoothies named after things that would involve copyright violations were they to be included on the menu. The ones we know of:White Gummi Bear, Red Gummi Bear, Green Gummi Bear, Raspberry Dreamin’, Pineapple Dreamin’, Sourpatch Kid, Tropical Tango, Pacific Passion, Berry Depressing, Now and Later, Peanut Butter and Jelly, Apple Pie, Fruity Pebbles, Rainbow Sherbet, Strawberry Shortcake, Push Pop, Skittles, Andres’ Surprise, and Lemonade Lightnin’.

In-N-Out Burger: Has their “secret” menu posted on their website, but a tipster writes in: “Not only can you get an animal style burger but you can also get animal style fries which are amazing. It’s fries piled with onions, cheese and sauce and they come with a fork.” In addition, we hear several voices calling from the mist, whispering that the secret menu doesn’t stop at 4 x 4., but may, in fact, go on to infinity. Or at least to 100 x 100…
(Thanks, xapplexjuicex!)Starbucks: Starbucks will make you absolutely anything you want no matter how insane it is, according to our tipster.

“”Baristas might try and tell their customers that no, we can’t do that with the blenders. This is a lie. Starbucks corporate policy is that the customer is ALWAYS right (even when the request is stupid). If you really insist that you want your iced soy latte blended, the baristas HAVE to do it. If they continue to refuse, ask to speak to a manager and either they’ll realize they’re about to get in trouble and will fill your request, or the manager will come out and politely tell the barista to make the customer happy.

Absolutely any concoction that you can think of (involving any type of milk, syrup, coffee, etc.) will be made for you. The limits to Starbucks “secret menu” are merely the limits of your imagination. You can even bring supplements from home and ask the barista to please include that in your drink.” ”

Dairy Queen: Reader Falconfire says: “I couldn’t even begin to tell you the list of Dairy Queen secret menu items. Lets put it this way, there is a huge book every DQ has to have, you want it, it’s in there. It may not be listed as a item, but the instruction on how to make it and what to use are in there as well as how it is rung up. About the only thing they cant make is seasonal items, since they usually require a ingredient not carried normally.”

Chili’s: According to Reader Elara, they no longer have chili on the menu (what?) but if you ask them, they’ll bring you a cup.

Blimpie: Attention veggie-lovers: Reader VeryFancyBunny says: “Blimpie used to have a sandwich called the “Cheese Trio” on the menu. They took it off years ago (at least around here), but I’ve been able to order it with no problem. Otherwise, all their sandwiches involve meat.”

Burger King: Try the “mustard whopper,” a whopper with mustard rather than mayo, from Reader dwneylonsr, and the “veggie whopper” from VeryFancyBunny, which is just a whopper with the meat omitted. Reader sixtoe suggests attempting to get the “Bull’s-Eye BBQ Burger.”

Popeye’s: mullenite suggests ordering the “Naked Chicken,” which is chicken with no breading. Sounds very Atkins.

TGIFriday’s: Readers junkmail and mullenite tell us that TGIF have a “Five Easy Pieces” policy that says they’ll make anything you want with the crap they’ve got in the kitchen.

Denny’s: Speaking of Five Easy Pieces, Reader weave says: “Don’t expect a secret menu at Denny’s. I went in there and asked for a grilled cheese sandwich and they were baffled. They finally decided to give me Moons over My Hammy and toss out the ham — and charge me the full price for it.” Did she hold the ham between her knees?

and finally, at Arby’s: sixtoe likes the “French Dip.”

Bite for me.
Britt.

NEW Favorite Things!

January 9, 2010 4 comments

Will this union end up being a bad romance?

Bite this!
Here are my new favorite things.

1. Art’s 365 Project
Check out here… http://365project.org/spburrito
2. www.Lookbook.nu
Endless outfit ideas…
3. Gaga Barbie
Lift the skirt- check for that disco stick.  

Check’em out.
Bite me.
Britt.

Going out of business!!

January 4, 2010 Leave a comment

Why do the words and phrases “sale”, “clearance”, “blow out”, “50% off”, “going out of business”, and “everything must go” send women everywhere into a frenzy? I hadn’t thought of this when I agreed to go to the local DSW with my mother and sister.
Jules told me and mom that the DSW in Westwood was going out of business. So of course mom being the bargin shopper she is jumped at the chance of a good deal. I the dummy thought that all shoe department stores were the same. I thought that just because this particular store was closing their doors forever that there would still be rows upon rows upon rows of couture, and designer goods. I thought I would finally be able to purchase L.A.M.B. and Jimmy Choo for 70% off- well like I said I’m a dummy- I thought wrong.
When we got here there were only 2 aisles of my size (6) and the rest of the store was cleared. Within 5 minutes I knew I wasn’t going to like anything or find anything I thought would be worth my time. Of course my sister and my mom thought that lot of things were amazing. I was forced to sit in a little corner watching 2 purses and the merchandise. Uuhhgg!! What torture! I began to fall asleep. Feeling embarassed I willed myself awake and decided to scold everyone for leaving their crap with me. People started asking me if I was going to buy 30 pairs of shoes (literally). I was in agony. I learned my lesson and I hope you learn from my mistakes. When people tell you going out of business, 50% off everything, clearance and everything must go don’t always believe that it’s a good thing. Because believe me it’s NOT! I should’ve stayed home. I should’ve stayed in bed. Nothing good can come out of shopping with your mother and sister. Trust!

This time only don’t bite me.
Britt.

Why read when you can watch the movie??

January 4, 2010 5 comments

Biters,
I am here today to let you in on a little secret….
Here it is.. The book is always better than the movie.
The following is a list of my favorite books that have been made into movies

1. The Shining
2. Youth in Revolt
3. Party Monster
4. The Time Traveler’s Wife
5. The Godfather
6. Little Children
7. Alice in Worderland
8. Flowers in the attic
9. Valley of the Dolls
10. Like Water for Chocolate
11. Twilight Series
12. Angus, Thongs and Full-Frontal Snogging
13. On the Bright Side I am now the Girlfriend of a Sex God
14. Feast of Love
15. This boy’s Life

I highly recommend that you read some if not all of these books!

Read on.
Bite me.
Britt.