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Name:Anju
Location:Purdue, University, United States

I have a need for coffee with my oxygen.

Monday, February 27, 2006

Pimp and Ho 2006

Amy with the kiss on the boob, Matt is the pimp, I'm hardly visible, and Dustie is feeling Matt up So Friday night was an interesting night. I got dressed in one of the sluttish outfits I’ve ever worn, got a keg, and invited people over… maybe not in that order…

The keg cost around 70 bucks and at the end of the night I had 110 bucks. So I actually made money on this endeavor. Something I honestly didn’t know could happen, I thought parties were

(Amy, Matt, Dustie and Me)
expensive so people didn’t throw them that often, who ever said that originally was LYING… I feel like throwing one each week… my slogan “Low on cash? THROW A PARTY!”


I’d be a hit.

Overall the party was a big success. I still have half a keg, and my fridge is stocked with beer and other beverages (That’s another thing, at the end of a party isn’t the host suppose to have NO alcohol not more than she started with?) but I guess since people are still coming up to me saying things like “YOUR PARTIES ROCK!” or “THAT WAS THE PARTY OF THE SEMESTER! WHEN IS YOUR NEXT ONE!” then apparently it wasn’t a bad party.

I’m out.

Thursday, February 16, 2006


Taken from the Daily Oliver.


Valentine's Day.

I slept through it.

Tuesday February 14th 2006 I slept 13 hours in one day.
It was lovely because I was sick. I left work early that day, slept... watched sopranos... went over to Matt's house.. talked a little bit... passed out again... woke up... went home... then went over to Patrick's house... had a martini... went home... passed out for 11 hours.

It was glorious.

Now I think I'm heading down the normal path again. I sleep a lot still, but not at regular intervals, and it seems that I don't have so much of a sore throat anymore.

In other news, my daughter became Leahy Class President!! I'm so proud.

Friday, February 10, 2006


The human touch is an interesting thing. It can hurt, it can help, it can make your skin crawl, it can make your skin heat up, and it can startle you.

Last night someone put their hand on my back. My first instinct was to move out of their way, so I started to move when the person asked "Where are you going?" At that point I realized that they didn't want me to move, just wanted to let me know they were there. It was actually very affectionate. Its been so long, I don't remember affectionate. I stayed put, but for some reason I was so focused on the hand on my back, I don't remember any of the converstation I was having or what was going on.

The weird thing for me was, this was the same person I joked around with earlier about not having a heart. Maybe it's me with no heart.

Tuesday, February 07, 2006


Every relationship in life is so different from the next, how do you ever know if someone is really worth it?

I have some friends who really get who I am.
I have some friends who really get who I am, but I don't neccesarily get who they are.
I have some friends who act like one person, but become something else when they are under stress or pressure.

I have some friends who haven't changed since I met them.
I have some friends who have changed every month since I met them.

I have some friends who speak my language perfectly.
I have some friends who can read my body language and facial expressions.
Most cannot though.

I have long distance friends who can calm me down quicker than someone standing next to me.
I have short distance friends who can cheer me up quicker than chocolate can.
I have some friends who give me chocolate.

I have friends who are down a lot.
I have friends who I've never seen cry.

I have friends who paint, friends who enjoy cigarettes and coffee, and friends who like to take long walks.

Which one should I trust?

Friday, February 03, 2006



Men have two emotions: Hungry and Horny. If you see him without an erection, make him a sandwich.


The US knows exactly where one cow with mad-cow disease is located
among the millions and millions of cows in America but we haven't got a clue as to where thousands of terrorists are located. Maybe we should put the Department of Agriculture in charge of national security.


First Quote, scary but very true. Second Quote, funny because it's all one big conspiracy anyway.

Wednesday, February 01, 2006



The last couple of days have been interesting. I became a parent to 5 kids, I married two men, I'm cheating on them with another man, I watched a documentary on Ron Jeremy, I watched porn while eating chicken... And amazingly enough, I got all my homework done too.

I think I'm in a very odd place right now. And I'm sure it's one I've never been at. I'm not sad, or depressed, or feeling even slightly bad... But at the same time, I'm not really happy, or excited, or jumping for joy. I just am. It's like the show, "Dead like me" the girl doesn't really care about life, nothing really makes her happy, and then she's killed with a flying toilet......... Wait.. Maybe not so much like that.

I think I'm enjoying this part of life right now. Maybe that's a step in the happy direction... I've had many many times where the drama feels likes its going to take over everything I can control, and there is other times where there is so little conflicting I become paranoid on when the luck is going to run out. Right now, nothing is happening either way. I guess the saying is true, "Don't worry, be happy."