Off

Hey guys I might not be be posting as much as often from now on.
I’m now taking my focus onto another blog which will just feature works.

Been wanting to improve my writing so yeah…


This isn’t goodbye, though.
I mean who knows?

it’s 10:28pm and I’m really tired

but at the same time I want to write a book

all I need in life is friends and money

because with the money I can take my friends on a trip all around the world

uni mates, personal friends and high school buddies combined, that’s like 30 people

i don’t care if that is too many

we’ll go places

we’ll ride camels in cairo, we’ll sit on boats in venice, we’ll party in vegas, we’ll get completely baked in amsterdam, we’ll ride vintage bicycles in paris, we’ll walk the great wall of china, we’ll go shopping in dubai… we’ll see everything.

we’ll hire a translator and a bodyguard

we’ll hire a professional video team to document our adventures

one day we’ll have the opportunity to do this.

one day.

2015 Academy Awards - My first set of predictions

2015 ACADEMY AWARDS

OSCAR PREDICTIONS

JUNE EDITION

Motion Picture of the Year

  1. Gone Girl
  2. Foxcatcher
  3. Inherent Vice
  4. Interstellar
  5. Birdman
  6. Big Eyes
  7. A Most Violent Year
  8. Unbroken
  9. Mr. Turner

Achievement in Directing

  1. David Fincher - Gone Girl
  2. Bennett Miller – Foxcatcher
  3. Christopher Nolan - Interstellar
  4. Paul Thomas Anderson - Inherent Vice
  5. Alejandro Gonzales Inarritu - Birdman

Best Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role

  1. Steve Carell – Foxcatcher
  2. Michael Keaton – Birdman
  3. Joaquin Phoenix – Inherent Vice
  4. Timothy Spall – Mr. Turner
  5. Christoph Waltz – Big Eyes

Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role

  1. Amy Adams – Big Eyes
  2. Michelle Williams – Suite Francaise
  3. Rosamund Pike – Gone Girl
  4. Reese Witherspoon - Wild
  5. Meryl Streep – Into the Woods

Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role

  1. Channing Tatum – Foxcatcher
  2. Edward Norton - Birdman
  3. Josh Brolin - Inherent Vice
  4. Neil Patrick Harris – Gone Girl
  5. Mark Ruffalo - Foxcatcher

Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role

  1. Jessica Chastain – A Most Violent Year
  2. Julianne Moore – Maps to the Stars
  3. Emma Stone - Birdman
  4. Anna Kendrick – Into the Woods
  5. Marisa Tomei – Love is Strange

Best Original Screenplay

  1. Mr. Turner
  2. Birdman
  3. Big Eyes
  4. The Grand Budapest Hotel
  5. Interstellar

Best Adapted Screenplay

  1. Gone Girl
  2. Inherent Vice
  3. Foxcatcher
  4. Unbroken
  5. The Imitation Game

 

creepy cat book

okay so today I went to parra dymocks and in the clearance section i found this cat book

seems harmless, right? i don’t think so!

i open the book and it had all these shocking photos

like…i don’t even know where to begin

the horror continues…

i think im gonna need years of therapy from seeing this

and more shocking photos like omg

for some mysterious reason a dog appears out of nowhere

i turn a few more pages and i see a grown up cat eating a baby cat

somebody call peta

so inappropriate

i cant believe parents are letting their children be exposed to this graphic and extremely-sexual imagery

pretty sure this is racism

i dont understand the point of this book

WE ARE TOTAL KLUTZ 

YOU CANT HANDLE OUR KLUTZINESS

ZOMBIES IN STRAYA!! THEY DO EXIST!!

Having fun between takes of The Why Generation.

SOCRAMATEASE!!!!!!!!!

IS THIS THE REAL LIFE?

IS THIS JUST FANTASY?