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I saw you at the University of Washington's LiveJournal:
|Sunday, May 2nd, 2010|
Hello fellow Huskies!
I was recently inspired by a friend from Bard's tumblr to start one at UW. It's really simple, male or female, upload a picture of your breasts. Genitalia is also all right. The purpose of this is to have fun and be creative. Bard, Harvard and Wesleyan have all started pages recently with success. Check out Bard's for inspiration: http://boobsatbard.tumblr.com
(Not safe for work!)
I haven't really developed a purpose, so far it seems fair to let the users make of the site what they wish, with moderation for trolls of course.
No faces. No negative comments. (comments can also be disabled at the time of submission by writing "no comments"). Comments are moderated, anonymity is guaranteed.
Check out the site! I hope it will catch on! Post for fun, to feel liberated, to work to dispel the flawless images the porno industry has instilled in us all. Be brave!
Check out UW Breasts
I'm working on a site for males too.
|Monday, April 14th, 2008|
The bowing guy.
Bowing guy, I see you from time to time. Your first name is Andrew. I saw it on your Husky Card. I'm the cashier.
You buy something from me, and then you bow. I want to hit you really hard. Really hard. It pisses me off. You are the second biggest dumbass I've ever served at the 8. If you want to be polite or classy, just say thank you. Because one of these days, you're going to bow, and I'm going to snap and beat you.
|Friday, March 7th, 2008|
I was peacefully working out at the IMA, and about to leave. I like to track my progress in a little notebook, and I sat down on a weight machine in the cardio room at about 10:00, when suddenly I am being yelled at by an Asian man.
You yelled "Hey!" I said, "Sorry, I just wanted to sit for a second." You said...something.
I don't have the best hearing ever, and you were panting a little from whatever you'd been doing. You may have been apologizing for the tone of your initial "Hey!", or telling me I was going to break the machine because I was sitting on it wrong, or that you'd only been gone for a moment for some water, or that you liked my shirt. I have no idea. I heard a sound that could have been "disrupt" "destroy" or "distract".
What were you saying to me?
|Thursday, January 25th, 2007|
Ok, since people responded to a 'why no posts?' post earlier:
To the girl in the cupcake tank top (super cute, by the way) with the rolled jeans in the reading room around noon today: you should stop stretching. Holy Christ
was that distracting and unfair; you are fantastic and kind of made my day even though I basically gave up trying to get through my book and wound up reading the NY Times on my laptop so I wouldn't get caught staring like a moron.
... dude, this community is kind of perfect for getting this shit out of my system.
.... uh-oh. Current Mood: tired
|Sunday, January 21st, 2007|
Does anyone even post on here?
|Monday, July 31st, 2006|
a random thought: rezpekt
Ok, so this is being maybe a bit overbearing because the last post doesn't allow comments. But, for the sake of being overt and explicit, to clarify things for you - although, I'm definitely not the moderator of this community:
The only two rules:
Enjoy the community and don't be an ass!
People were not enjoying themselves, and the post you/the writer's referring could be considered as having been an "ass".
Some consider Seattle-ites as passive agressive, and fortunately that post did not fall into the category ... but honestly it was unnecessary. [edit:]&: It's unfortunate that the only utility of such a post, was to make the blogger feel somehow above/better than whoever the individual the post was targetted. Insecurity does a lot to an anymous human being.
NOW PLEASE DO RESUME WITH YOUR DAILY "I SAW YOU" RANTS! (we need more)
How exciting would it be if this community actually fostered a hook-up?
|Tuesday, May 23rd, 2006|
I was walking down 11th, on my way to work, and you were there in the sidewalk. I’m sorry I did not see you sooner, but the sun was out and brightly shimmering off the concrete.
My eyes are light-sensitive.
I have to admit that you did startle me a little bit when you bolted from your hiding place beneath the car, rampaged across my foot, leaped to the nearby tree, climbed it, and chittered down at me angrily.
Even so, I do not hold that against you or the other squirrels.
|Monday, May 22nd, 2006|
I'm (finally) going through and updating the info page. Let's hear ideas for suitable keywords.
|Thursday, March 16th, 2006|
Maybe you're just as crazy as me?
You sat across from me in the waiting room at Hall Health Mental Health- you, red head, reading the random phamplets on the table. Me, brunette, reading book- we smiled at each other a few times but I'm a big nerd and didn't even ask for your name. I don't know but it felt like a Garden Stage moment.
|Saturday, February 4th, 2006|
You: Cute guy walking with a girl to the U-village under the 45th st overpass around 5:30.
Me: Walking with two girls walking i the other direction, just about to go up the hill. We both caught the other looking over our shoulder.
|Thursday, November 17th, 2005|
This is silly, but it can't hurt :)
We met at the HUB games counter Monday evening. We agreed that bowling is a good way to let off steam. We should bowl together some time, although I'm sure you're much better than I am.
|Monday, October 10th, 2005|
a kind of sentimental, but ultimately fascinating LJ community
i saw you at odegaard a few weeks ago, in the front entrace computer alcove. you had a I <3 UW notebook and we talked about Japan. you said you were an exchange student from Kyoto and we spoke in a mash of english and nihongo. you said you were staying with a family in Lake City and had a great smile. my japanese was bad but you forgave me. i had to get to class, left too soon, and we haven't spoken since.
|Monday, September 26th, 2005|
This is a long shot, as it was a really long time ago, but--
I saw you posting up voting flyers (several times) fall quarter 2004 all over the bulletin boards. You were in WashPIRG and you gave me and my friend "Vote" wrist bands. You usually wore a black messenger bag, a black bandana with white paisleys, and you have amazing blue eyes. I've looked all over for you since that quarter, but never managed to find you again. Current Mood: tired
|Monday, September 5th, 2005|
So is this community supposed to be kind of like the "missed connections" page on craigs list, but for UW people? Just curious.. Interesting to that nothing has been written yet, ehh