2.04.2011

[throwback] @TroyAve "Bk Bk"

Sleeping on Millions

Architectural designer Janjaap Ruijssenaars has spent the last seven years creating the world’s most expensive platform bed with a magnetic support system that's tethered to the ground. The bed sells for a jaw dropping amount of $1,600,000 so literally you will be sleeping on millions with this one. It may look unappealing and uncomfy to some but the bed is actually very versatile & can also be used can as a sofa, dining table or as a pavilion. But, if you do choose to keep it as a bed it's always good to know that the designer guarantees that it won't move an inch while sleeping or during late night "pillow fights".

Glamour Says: 10 Commandments For Texting A Guy




Ever wonder if you’re going wrong with your texts? These ten rules could help set your texting behavior straight, especially when it comes to dealing with dudes:

1. Thou Shalt Not Drink and Text
You think it’s better than a drunk dial, that you’re being all coy and witty. We know better. Drunk texting doesn’t put you at an advantage—it takes away your leverage.

2. Thou Shalt Not Play (Word) Games
We’re not talking about wordplay, we’re talking about pretending you didn’t get the text or ignoring them, or letting people see them who you know should not; it’s immature and just plain mean.

3. Thou Shalt Not Get Into It
Text is not the forum for conveying serious, or nuanced information. Don’t get into a debate about the relationship over text. Don’t ask us to explain ourselves over text. Don’t ask us where we think this thing is going over text. Bad idea. Be real. Have those conversations in person.

4. Thou Shalt Not Sext
The Internet is a big place. And it’s going to be around for a long time. And it’s full of perverts. There will be fallout. And potentially super-unpleasant days for your dad at work.

5. Thou Shalt Not Break Up Over Text
If you ever think that ending things over a text message is warranted, or acceptable, you should probably be spending less time with your phone and more with books, specifically Emily Post.

6. Thy Texts Shall Have A Point
“I am watching a show about Komodo dragons” is not useful information. It is a waste of precious binary code. And if the recipient doesn’t have some kind of unlimited plan, a waste of money, too. Unless, however, he happens to be really into Komodo dragons.

7. Thy Shalt Not Leave Out Essential Details
“I’m on my way,” is a very different text than “I’m on my way with my parents and my brother who loves ninjas.” The latter prepares us, and allows us to down a few martinis, or escape. The former makes us really happy, and then destroys that happiness as we try to smile during your sibling’s discussion of the bo staff versus the katana blade.

8. If Thy Texts Fall Out Of Rhythm, Thou Shall Not Expect Dancing
Everyone has a texting rhythm. If you’re used to him replying within the hour, you can’t freakout when he doesn’t get back to you in 15 minutes. If you’re both used to responses within 10 minutes, he can’t whine if you don’t respond in 5. If you’re used to him replying right away, all the time, well, be prepared for some fights.

9. Thou Shall Receive What Thou Dish Out
Texting is, in many ways, no different than conversation. If you’re rude, you can’t take exception to a guy being rude back. Same goes for you being flouncy, aggressive or vulgar.

10. Thou Shalt Observe Thy Surroundings
This only has so much to do with guys. If you’re having a nice date, or chill conversation, maybe it’s not the best time to text your friends. If you’re in a movie, it can be distracting for other people in the theater. If you’re driving, it’s just plain dangerous.

[video] @talktoSOUL "Day & Nite" [www.soul-online.net] Directed by. Zac Facts

Gotta Love OAK





BLACK, GREY AND ARMY WOVEN COTTON PANTS WITH A LOW, DROPPED CROTCH AND LOOSE FIT. WIDE BUTTONED WAISTBAND HAS TWO LEVELS OF BELT LOOPS TO WRAP AND TIE AT WILL. LIGHT PLEATING ALONG FRONT SEAT SEAM FOR ADDED FULLNESS. QUILTED STITCHING AT PIECED KNEE CAP. FRONT ZIP CLOSURE.

New Music!!! @PheloNYC "Welcome To My Hood" [Bronx Remix]

While Roaming Through Tumblr.....


White ink.... nice!!!

Peace & Love






Aurélie Bidermann's delicate 18-karat gold-plated heart and peace rings are a chic and playful wear-anywhere pair.

Hands-on with Verizon iPhone 4

Wiz Khalifa DayToday (Season 3, Ep.7)

#FattyFriday + 1 video

NBA's Top 5 Plays for Feb. 3rd

John Sportin "Sportin A Good Lifestyle" [mixtape]

@johnsportin releases some new heat for yall in the form of a mixtape. Sportin A Good Lifestyle and making good music. tracklist and download link after the jump...

Purple Gorilla

wake n bake.

Willow Smith for Teen Vogue


Asked if she can relate to most ten-year-olds, Willow Smith doesn't miss a beat. "Of course—I am one!" she says, stopping just short of letting out a giant "duh."

But it's not exactly the stupidest query in the world, since, at least on the outside, Willow has the kind of life most fifth graders don't: movie-star parents (Will Smith and Jada Pinkett-Smith), a famous big brother who's BFFs with Justin Bieber (The Karate Kid star Jaden), a film career of her own (Kit Kittredge: An American Girl and I Am Legend), and, of course, one megahit song.



Unless you don't have a radio, TV, or Internet connection, you've probably heard the übercatchy "Whip My Hair," which, since its release this fall, has scored more than 34 million hits on YouTube and a number eleven slot on the Billboard Hot 100—a milestone no other ten-year-old has reached.

Willow, who joins Justin on his European tour this month, admits that even she's still getting used to it all. "When I first put ['Whip My Hair'] out, everyone was like, 'Willow, Willow, I love your song!' And I was like, 'Really?'" recalls the singer.


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