it's just me (that is, m.e.) | a.k.a. elke

i'm an editor, news junkie, trivia hound, lol'er, tea fiend and amateur chef, as well as fan of the quirky and obscure. and while i don't always have much to share about my personal life, i might want to keep record of it when i do.

but this ain't just original stuff from me; far from it. i also enjoy exploring pop culture, the power or failing of journalism, grammar, travel, graphic design, and a wee bit of men's fashion.

don't worry; i'll share it all with you. won't you be part of my -ism?

(warning: it's gonna get gay up in here sometimes, so if that offends you, please, don't follow. there's even going to be some artistic nudity, so...)
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celebritiesonthesubway:

‘Oh, hi Anderson Cooper on the 1 train downtown. Didn’t mean to ruin your “I’m just a regular guy” on the subway moment… he really is a silver fox!’Anderson Cooper, round two. PS, thanks for the submissions. Keep ‘em coming, guys. ;) 

celebritiesonthesubway:

‘Oh, hi Anderson Cooper on the 1 train downtown. Didn’t mean to ruin your “I’m just a regular guy” on the subway moment… he really is a silver fox!’

Anderson Cooper, round two. 

PS, thanks for the submissions. Keep ‘em coming, guys. ;) 

I need one of these in my retinue desperately. (With a tail, please.)
a.k.a. I need to experience this!

enchantedengland: Now, just WHAT does this dog have to do with Britain, Missy? you might sniff haughtily. (Or you may say EEEEE look at the cute little dog! It depends on the sort of person you are) If you are of the first type, well, I will answer your question Miss Umbridge
   Both breeds of Welsh Corgis, the Cardigan and the Pembroke, are named for the counties in Wales where they originated. The Cardigan Welsh Corgi has a tail while the Pembroke does not.The Cardigan has been employed for centuries by Welsh farmers to herd cattle; and in their spare time (according to Welsh legend) they are the preferred mounts of fairy warriors. Excellent.
   Outside of Wales, Corgis have been popularised throughout England and amongst overseas Anglophiles by Queen Elizabeth, who keeps at least four in her retinue at all times. AT ALL TIMES. (Do not ask me what a retinue is. I don’t know everything.) At the present time Her Royal Majesty possesses five Corgis and four Dorgis; a Corgi/dachshund mix which (no offence intended) is the stupidest name for a dog I have ever heard.

I need one of these in my retinue desperately. (With a tail, please.)

a.k.a. I need to experience this!

enchantedengland: Now, just WHAT does this dog have to do with Britain, Missy? you might sniff haughtily. (Or you may say EEEEE look at the cute little dog! It depends on the sort of person you are) If you are of the first type, well, I will answer your question Miss Umbridge

   Both breeds of Welsh Corgis, the Cardigan and the Pembroke, are named for the counties in Wales where they originated. The Cardigan Welsh Corgi has a tail while the Pembroke does not.The Cardigan has been employed for centuries by Welsh farmers to herd cattle; and in their spare time (according to Welsh legend) they are the preferred mounts of fairy warriors. Excellent.

   Outside of Wales, Corgis have been popularised throughout England and amongst overseas Anglophiles by Queen Elizabeth, who keeps at least four in her retinue at all times. AT ALL TIMES. (Do not ask me what a retinue is. I don’t know everything.) At the present time Her Royal Majesty possesses five Corgis and four Dorgis; a Corgi/dachshund mix which (no offence intended) is the stupidest name for a dog I have ever heard.

(via enchantedengland)

thingsorganizedneatly:

SUBMISSION: precious design process