Archive for Elisabeth Dee

('17, Anthropology) hails from the vast expanses of Utah. She wears purple lipstick to intimidate you. Her interests include writing list poems on napkins, Dvorak, geometric tattoos, and using healthy food as a means to peanut butter.
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DON’T HURT YOURSELF: your week 6 playlist

Songs about cheaters.

THE SMITHS – “Stop Me If You Think You’ve Heard This One Before” – as described by annabel ostrow

For when a string of bad excuses seems just slightly better than Shaggy’s “it wasn’t me”

LILY ALLEN – “Smile” – zane hellmann

There are some feelings that require another language to express. You have to love the Germans for coming up with a word as perfect as “schadenfreude,” which means “to take pleasure in other people’s pain.” Lily Allen’s “Smile” is the melodic and lyrical embodiment of this amazing word. So, for those that have […] Read more…

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