The universe must be sending me a sign when my ginormous 17-inch Sony Vaio died a few weeks ago. That ginormous baby is about 3 years old, which is pretty much geriatric — a senior citizen — in technology terms. I know I could easily go to the Sony service center here, get it fixed and give it an upgrade but the amount of time, money and patience I’m gonna end up spending is not worth it. Giving old computers an upgrade is like giving an 80 year old bitch a botox and a face-lift. No amount of nip, tuck, pulling and stretching can bring an old hag back to her former glory. I’d rather buy a brand new one. In fact, I have another HP laptop I got about a year and a half ago and I’m already sick of it.
Imagine my surprise when I saw the Olga Sherer of notebook computers at the mall a few days ago. I had to stop, gawk and admire that little skinny piece of shit like Michael Biserta‘s huge cockerel piece and the guys gone wild girl bitches who screamed OWWWW MYYYYYY GAWWWWWWD.
And OOWWWW MYYYY GAWWWD I bloody screamed indeed.
That thing is probably made out of cardboard… you never know. HAHAHAHA. I didn’t go inside the store because I know myself and my spending habits. I’m such an impulse buyer! While we all buy fashion and accessories thinking about the short term, computers, on the other hand, require special attention. The way I look at it is this: buying technology is like
trying to find buying a boyfriend. The same rules apply whenever we go out there and try to find ourselves a decent man. Not that I buy guys, I’m wayyy too gorgeous for that shit. Last time I checked, I still get cruised by old farts… I have a big market out there! Hot sex pays me not the other way around if you know what I mean.
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Bang & Olufsen + Louis Vuitton
I got a message from one of my little birdies about the new Louis Vuitton MP3 player aka BeoSound 2 (in conjunction with Bang & Olufsen).
I know BEO launched Serene Mobile a couple of months back but little did I know about the new MP3 player.
Here I am thinking I’m gonna stay away from Louis Vuitton (and their temptations) for awhile but if they keep on coming up with stuff like this, I’d say screw it.
Gimme, gimme, gimme, buy! buy! buy!
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