Northshore was actually written about this terrible movie (also called Northshore). I was dating someone who lived in Southern California and was a surfer (I found this so hot) and was trying to play it cool (same girl as The Ocean) and kept dropping hints that she might teach me to surf at some point. She suggested I watch Northshore. The movie is about a guy who wins a surf competition in Arizona and goes to Hawaii to surf the Northshore (crazy waves and good surfing). He’s an indoor surfer though and doesn’t understand the power of the ocean and almost drowns his first day. He befriends an old surfer dude who teaches him the ocean and the way it moves and in the meantime he meets a beautiful Hawaiian girl and falls in love.
The movie is awful. But it made me crazy. What was the message? Did this girl want to teach me or not? I made a list of things that I would NOT say to her in our next conversation, as I watched the movie. Those ended up being the lyrics to Northshore.”
And so, anyways, I was really thinking about this cat before I went to bed and you know, just living it up in my rockstar lifestyle and then I had a dream that my girlfriend and I were expecting a baby except it was a cat and…
You guys, I think you need to just wait, I don’t mean we were expecting a cat like we were just like picking one up, like swinging by the SPCA, I mean…My girlfriend was literally impregnated with a cat”
Last night before I went to bed after a really fantastic show, um, I know some people imagine that we were partying but what I actually was doing was looking at Taylor Swift’s instagram and I…
I know it was a pretty out of control night for me, and she just got a new kitten and I was taking screencaps of her instagram photos and zooming in on the pictures of the cat and sending it to people that I know and saying things like “Meow”.”
Language is so cool and ephemeral and I love how it constantly morphs with culture.