Archive for October, 2004

Sunday, October 31st, 2004




Sunday, October 31st, 2004

mom is visiting Athens and we went to dinner.
Boschetto has good food.
But sucky service.
You can’t get decent help these days.




Sunday, October 31st, 2004






Saturday, October 30th, 2004




Wednesday, October 27th, 2004

“He did? He never! Really? No!”
“Yes really.”
“And then? What did you say?”
“I said it.”
“You DIDN’T!!”
“I did too..”
“Oh my, and then?”




Sunday, October 24th, 2004

“Ma giati argisate Didi?”
“Ma gia na kanw edypwsi dear”




Saturday, October 23rd, 2004


*yawn*
photoshoot for Vogue took too much out of me.
so l’ll sin tonight.




Friday, October 22nd, 2004




Friday, October 22nd, 2004

CLICK IT




Thursday, October 21st, 2004


go buy marie claire and status magazines buaha oh and click.




Ah L’Amour L’Amour

Thursday, October 21st, 2004

Mais pourquoi
Mais pourquoi
Tu ne parles pas
Chaque fois
Chaque fois
On fait toujours semblant
Et celui d’aujourd’hui
Tu le sais il m’ennuie

C’est pour toi
C’est pour toi
Que mon cœur est loin
Aime moi
Aime moi
J’ai déposé les armes
Je suis tellement folle de toi
Je te veux encore une fois

Ah l’Amour, l’Amour
Je ne l’aime pas
Ni même un jour
Sans toi, c’est Bang Bang
Je te veux encore une fois
Une fois seulement
Ah l’Amour, l’Amour
Je ne l’aime pas
C’est sans retour
Sans toi, c’est Bang Bang
Donne-toi
Fais moi rêver encore une fois

J’ai besoin
J’ai besoin
J’ai besoin de toi
Tout le reste
Tout le reste
Ne m’importe pas
Je veux jouer avec toi
Toucher ta bouche, ta peau, tes bras

Reste là
Reste là
Non ne bouge pas
Près de moi
Près de moi
Encore une fois seulement
Sans toi ca n’a plus d’importance
Mes mains qui courrent
Mon cœur qui danse

Ah l’Amour, l’Amour
Je ne l’aime pas
Ni même un jour
Sans toi, c’est Bang Bang
Je te veux encore une fois
Une fois seulement
Ah l’Amour, l’Amour
Je ne l’aime pas
C’est sans retour
Sans toi, c’est Bang Bang
Donne-toi
Fais moi rêver encore une fois

Tu le sais
Je ne cherche pas
Loin de toi

Ah l’Amour Ah l’Amour
Oui toujours toujours
Ah l’Amour

Ah l’Amour, l’Amour
Je ne l’aime pas
Ni même un jour
Sans toi, c’est Bang Bang
Je te veux encore une fois
Une fois seulement
Ah l’Amour, l’Amour
Je ne l’aime pas
C’est sans retour
Sans toi, c’est Bang Bang
Donne-toi
Fais moi rêver encore une fois

Tu le sais
Je ne cherche pas
Loin de toi




Tuesday, October 19th, 2004

*yawn*
photoshoot for Cosmopolitan took too much out of me.




Thelo Daddy, Thelo!

Monday, October 18th, 2004




Monday, October 18th, 2004


Myro: pos den to skeftika moni mou i xazi?
yatabazah: kai ama oxi na ton valw na glypsei tin podara tou
lygizou na katalavei loukanikopita o poustis ;-)
yatabazah: etsi
yatabazah: etsi
Myro: min me kolazeis apogeumatiatika
yatabazah: KWLA-zeis ennoeis




Monday, October 18th, 2004

girls who say ‘dude’ must not say ‘dude’




Sunday, October 17th, 2004




Sunday, October 17th, 2004


Tess: hahahaahhaahr
Tess: hahaahahhaaha
yatabazah: ahahaahahahahaahhahahaa
Tess: hahahaahahahahhahahahahaha
Tess: gagag
yatabazah: HAHAHAHAHAHA
yatabazah: HAHAHAH
yatabazah: JAJAJAJAJA
Tess: YAYA
yatabazah: AGGAGAAGAGAGGAGA
Tess: xaxaxaxaxaxa




Sunday, October 17th, 2004

snow and typhooooons everywhere,
kalokairaki kai mezedaki edw.
tromara mas.




Saturday, October 16th, 2004




Saturday, October 16th, 2004
oooooooh
lena is so sweet.
i think i scared her.



Friday, October 15th, 2004

the blasted film is finally out so I DO believe I’m finally done with those heinous people. vomitoni.

(Hey! Psst PSST! Here she comes now.)
Oh, you know her, would you look at that hair
Yeah, you know her, check out those shoes
She looks like she stepped out of the middle of somebody’s blues

She looks like the Sunday comics
She thinks she’s Brenda Starr
Her nose job is real atomic
All she needs is an old knife scar

Yeah, she’s so dull, come on rip her to shreds
She’s so dull, come on rip her to shreds

Oh, you know her, “Miss Groupie Supreme”
Yeah, you know her, “Vera Vogue” on parade
Red eye shadow! Green mascara!
Yuck! She’s too much

She looks like she don’t know better
A case of partial extreme
Dressed in a Robert Hall sweater
Acting like a soap opera queen

Yeah, she’s so dull, come on rip her to shreds
She’s so dull, come on rip her to shreds

She got the nerve to tell me she’s not on it
But her expression is too serene
Yeah, she looks like she washes with Comet
Always looking to create a scene

Yeah, she’s so dull, come on rip her to shreds
She’s so dull, come on rip her to shreds
She’s so dull. Rip her to shreds

Oh, you know her, “Miss Groupie Supreme”
Yeah, you know her, “Vera Vogue” on parade
Yeah, you know her, with the fish-eating grin
She’s so dull

Yeah, she got the nerve to tell me!
Huh, she’s so dull
Yeah, there she goes now
She making out with King Kong
She take her boat to Hong Kong
Well, bye bye sugar
And not a minute too soon




Friday, October 15th, 2004




Winning bidder

Tuesday, October 12th, 2004




Monday, October 11th, 2004




Sunday, October 10th, 2004


it’s a fiiiine day, people at their wiiiindows, they leave their houuuuuses, just fer a shoooort while.




Friday, October 8th, 2004

premiere of my new film Delivery at Apollon Theater at 21:00.




AAAAAA herro falt! herro!

Tuesday, October 5th, 2004

Miss Kuniko Kato puts her hand over the sensor of “Sound Princess,” that makes the flushing sound to mask the cruder noises of nature at her office’s ladies’ toilet in Tokyo.

The device, a curious mix of Japanese bashfulness and modern technology, are spreading rapidly through public buildings and have now become standard equipment in new construction.

There’s another reason behind the increase in the gadgets: ecology.

Women in Japan have traditionally flushed several times to cover up their noises, so the Sound Princess is cutting down on public building operators’ water bills.




Monday, October 4th, 2004


yet more gratuitous Farrah




Monday, October 4th, 2004

“It’s my job to clean the toilet and I used to find my aim wasn’t too good,” the man, who declined to be named, told Mainichi. “Once I’d gotten used to sitting, I learned to relax.” Toilet researcher Junichi Hirata blames the spread of Western-style toilets on the increasing prevalence for Japanese men to sit on the toilet even while only urinating.




Fuji-Yoshida

Sunday, October 3rd, 2004

Psychiatrist Hidetoshi Nishijima of the Japan Medical Association, in an interview last year stated that the importance of family life to the normal Japanese individual has gradually replaced the “perception of lifetime employment at one company,” and the importance of a job. Dr. Nishijima feels that though cases of exhaustion depression and promotion triggered depression due to a huge dependence on the company have been decreasing, frequent absence from work syndrome, aversion depression, avoidant personality disorder and maladjustment stemming from mental disorders have increased. This is why suicide numbers have not decreased. Due to the rising suicide rate, Japan has become known as a society of stress, and the cause is depression. Though the Japanese federal government allocated 450 million yen to research on suicide prevention countermeasures as part of the 2001 Japan regeneration plan, critics and police agencies alike are still predicting another horrific year for the Aokigahara woods in 2003, among other suicide hot spots. The remains of 78 apparent suicide victims were found hanging in the Aokigahara woods at the foot of Mount Fuji last year, a record high for the “suicide forest,” according to Fuji-Yoshida police station in Yamanashi Prefecture. Fuji-Yoshida police issued a plea to people feeling suicidal to seek professional help.