*Joshua Harris does some insane street art with trash and air vents. So awesome.
*I found this article on how to get into BDSM from the lovely Gala Darling. While BDSM in its most concentrated form is a subculture and pretty taboo, it can teach a whole lot about how to have a good relationship with your significant other. Even if you're not into BDSM, this is a really good read.
*Ten words you need to stop misspelling and how to do it in a hi-larious fashion. Post this in your classrooms or slip it into a particularly bad speller's composition notebook.
*I know it's not Christmas anymore, but haven't you always wondered how you would wrap a cat?
*How many of Greg Rutters' 99 Things have you experienced? This could distract you for hours. You're welcome.
*You just have to read this wonderful article at The Demoiselles. Why are we so afraid to be proud of ourselves? Why is it seen as arrogant to admit you're awesome when you really are? The article itself is great, but if anything, watch the Lady Gaga clip they slipped in. I'm not a Gaga fan, but the quote she gives is one of the most amazing, inspirational things I've ever heard.
*A mash-up of the Top 25 Pop Hits of 2009 by DJ Earworm. This is actually really awesome and I've listened to it about a thousand times by now.
*Photos of the best Starbucks drink boards ever. Or at least the memey-est.
from the makers of little miss sunshine and juno....
*Look at this Fucking Hipster! Courtesy of my amazing roommate.
*Supercombo has some awesome video game nerd swag. I want to get Cogtags for my boyfriend and I.
*I'm betting most of you have already seen the V Magazine size issue preview. What do you think of the photos? The women are gorgeous, but I think they could have done a lot better with the styling.
*George Monbiot makes some interesting points in this blog post on how buying green isn't producing the effects we expected. Pretty please read it? I was especially struck by the (disgusting) example of a family using all their recycling vouchers to fly to the Caribbean on vacation. Kind've cancels out all that being nice to the environment, huh? I think our spending habits, though, are going to have a lot to do with how we change the world. Consumerism is terribly destructive to our planet, and people need to get real about the "importance" of having stuff if we want to repair our environment. I'd really like to hear what you have to say about this.
These are some of the things I'm lovin' this week, but results may vary. Let me know what you think in the comments!