Saturday, October 31, 2009

birthday bitch

todays my birthday
im 19
i wish i was with my bff
but whatever im still having fun.

Thursday, October 29, 2009


Do I really need to say more?


If you ain't a barbie it's none of your freaking beeezwaxxx

ya money Minnie I aint talkin bout da Mouse trick

My bitch Nicki killllled it. Never been a fan of Budden but I'm diiiigging it.

Bitch power

Kandi deserves UYB's Bitch Power! She's been through so much, my heart aches for her. Her talent is not the only thing that makes me fux with her but her attitude is sickkkk. She keeps me glued to RHOA.

Tuesday, October 27, 2009

Dear HOV,

I you...and your lifestyle....and your album.....and your demeanor in general.

sidebar: BP3 has been getting mad plays in my iTunes...riiiidiculous.

and today...

so happens to be boyfriend&i's 15 months.
congrats to me&him. lols

btw... this weekend is my birthday... im'a

can't wait to see my bestbitch.


Sunday, October 25, 2009

Still Alive

I know I'm slippin' on the bloggin'. Just been money hungry. As you can see, I'm getting sick. My eyes never lie hahah. I'll be back...and stop unfollowing you motherfuckas! xoxoxox

whatevaaaa bby!


Wednesday, October 21, 2009

Catch ya favorite bitches on FB!

Become a Fan! Why the hell not?!

sidebar: don't hesitate to add us on FB :)

Monday, October 19, 2009



Sunday, October 18, 2009



Saturday, October 17, 2009

erika david

i like acoustic singers...
somehow i found her..

i find it hard to sing beyonces music, high notes deep sounds.. idk shes soo cute. lol


Thursday, October 15, 2009


Saw these on Nitrolicious & fuck they are sooo me.

I'd wear them everywhere. <3

Bebe Tyra Croco Ankle Bootie $189.



That is' all for now.

sidenote: pic is a link.


Tuesday, October 13, 2009

how you doooin'


if you dont watch her show by now.. your slackin' shes word.


Monday, October 12, 2009

so yeah...

theres been bad internet service so i havent been blogginnn... but... yeah my birthdays comming up yayyy i want me a fruit cake from chinatown.. MmmMm!
and ppllleeassee can someone please bring me to a friggin hello kitty store? shiettt....
anywho's.. i got me a new piercing this past weekend.. for those of you who knows me yess i love my tattoos and piercings.
originally i wanted "venoms" theyre 2 seperate piercings on your tounge optionally on the tip. but since it was 2 different prices and times is hard nowadays i decided to get a tongue scoop.
its basically the same thing just one bar.. as for loooks its the same thing to me and of course one price to pay muahah.
i love it.

Saturday, October 10, 2009




weak assss punch lol.

Friday, October 9, 2009

For you slowfolks

This is allllllllll I've been listening to. I ♥ BP3.

Chopped & Screwed

The Noisettes x Ye'

Perfect combo.


Wednesday, October 7, 2009

A fuckin' award???????!

So my girl over @ Double Cup Love brought this to my attention...Peep her blog! and also follow her weight loss blog!! do ya thang mama. xoxoxo

1. Post award on your blog
2. Link or tell a bit about the person who gave you the award…
3. Each one of you who receive this award must list down 5 facts/hobbies about yourself
4. Pass this award to 5 or more bloggers

Tien's 5 facts/hobbies?

1. I'm needy
2. I ♥ Twitter
3. I'm addicted to retail
4. I feel withdrawls [sp?] when I don't blog
5. I carry a Betsey Johnson bag upon a Betsey Johnson bag...bad girl shit huh.

Donna's 5 facts/hobbies
1. im addicted to the menthol smell of VICKS.
2. my white english teacher is in his 60's, fat and hood ass hell!
3. i need, i want, i have.
4. i love green&purple.
5. i like to watch my weed plants grow.

As for giving out the awards....I ♥ every blog I follow...soooo my award is for every bitch out here in the blogging everyone peep them xoxox

Food for Thought..

'Why do people with closed their mouth?'

-Rev Run

you know how we does...

LOL! to my bff i lovve you.
& of course we'll be shoppin, wine&dine'in && takin vaca's like no tomorrow.

btw, i remember asking her about those chains in the blog she posted. badbitchshit.

of course i want one..& a M.E gun ring. whattss goooodd?
im up early to finish some last nights hw.. blah.

Bitch shit

Ugh, how does a bitch pick or choose?!!!!!

Cubannie Links

sidenote: I found them Dee!!! haha.


college is a bitch and a half.. more work and work after work.
I love it though i cant lie. nothing like highschool thats all i can say.

&& yes, in the end its all worth it.
believe it or not.

Im'a love me for sitting on cash. im proud of myself.

love always.. myself


Monday, October 5, 2009

for those who dont know....


"Success is a state of mind. If you want success, start thinking of yourself as a success." - Dr. Joyce Brothers

Call it what you want...

and this is for the brighter side of everything.

annnnd this is for all of you guilty for wearing corner store contacts.

annnnnnnnd this is for all of you pressed about MAC when really their products can damage your skin.

So High Society

Married To The Mob always come with the dope shit. These looks are my fav.

Via: The Lipstick Diaries

Saturday, October 3, 2009

i prefer..

due to high volume of stalking and shit.. ive decided not to talk anymore about my personal life nor post any personal pics of myself and those around me...
uhhh yeah.. other than that ill be here and there to post whatever i feels.
love always.
donna thuy le.

Friday, October 2, 2009


id like to shoutout my homegirl anidaabby and her homegirl Syarayaa
&& their blogg; they just started so yea stop by and see what they got.!

lovee dee x3


'An eye for an eye only ends up making the whole world blind.'

-Mohandas Gandhi


My and prayers go out to all of those who are suffering from the earthquake in's just not right at all..

Baddest bitch in the forests

Meet Ardi...

The story of humankind is reaching back another million years as scientists learn more about "Ardi," a hominid who lived 4.4 million years ago in what is now Ethiopia. The 110-pound, 4-foot female roamed forests a million years before the famous Lucy, long studied as the earliest skeleton of a human ancestor.

This older skeleton reverses the common wisdom of human evolution, said anthropologist C. Owen Lovejoy of Kent State University.

Rather than humans evolving from an ancient chimp-like creature, the new find provides evidence that chimps and humans evolved from some long-ago common ancestor — but each evolved and changed separately along the way.

"This is not that common ancestor, but it's the closest we have ever been able to come," said Tim White, director of the Human Evolution Research Center at the University of California, Berkeley.

The lines that evolved into modern humans and living apes probably shared an ancestor 6 million to 7 million years ago, White said in a telephone interview.

But Ardi has many traits that do not appear in modern-day African apes, leading to the conclusion that the apes evolved extensively since we shared that last common ancestor.

A study of Ardi, under way since the first bones were discovered in 1994, indicates the species lived in the woodlands and could climb on all fours along tree branches, but the development of their arms and legs indicates they didn't spend much time in the trees. And they could walk upright, on two legs, when on the ground.

Formally dubbed Ardipithecus ramidus — which means root of the ground ape — the find is detailed in 11 research papers published Thursday by the journal Science.

"This is one of the most important discoveries for the study of human evolution," said David Pilbeam, curator of paleoanthropology at Harvard's Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology.

"It is relatively complete in that it preserves head, hands, feet and some critical parts in between. It represents a genus plausibly ancestral to Australopithecus — itself ancestral to our genus Homo," said Pilbeam, who was not part of the research teams.

Scientists assembled the skeleton from 125 pieces.

Lucy, also found in Africa, thrived a million years after Ardi and was of the more human-like genus Australopithecus.

"In Ardipithecus we have an unspecialized form that hasn't evolved very far in the direction of Australopithecus. So when you go from head to toe, you're seeing a mosaic creature that is neither chimpanzee, nor is it human. It is Ardipithecus," said White.

White noted that Charles Darwin, whose research in the 19th century paved the way for the science of evolution, was cautious about the last common ancestor between humans and apes.

"Darwin said we have to be really careful. The only way we're really going to know what this last common ancestor looked like is to go and find it. Well, at 4.4 million years ago we found something pretty close to it," White said. "And, just like Darwin appreciated, evolution of the ape lineages and the human lineage has been going on independently since the time those lines split, since that last common ancestor we shared."

Some details about Ardi in the collection of papers:

• Ardi was found in Ethiopia's Afar Rift, where many fossils of ancient plants and animals have been discovered. Findings near the skeleton indicate that at the time it was a wooded environment. Fossils of 29 species of birds and 20 species of small mammals were found at the site.

• Geologist Giday WoldeGabriel of Los Alamos National Laboratory was able to use volcanic layers above and below the fossil to date it to 4.4 million years ago.

• Ardi's upper canine teeth are more like the stubby ones of modern humans than the long, sharp, pointed ones of male chimpanzees and most other primates. An analysis of the tooth enamel suggests a diverse diet, including fruit and other woodland-based foods such as nuts and leaves.

• Paleoanthropologist Gen Suwa of the University of Tokyo reported that Ardi's face had a projecting muzzle, giving her an ape-like appearance. But it didn't thrust forward quite as much as the lower faces of modern African apes do. Some features of her skull, such as the ridge above the eye socket, are quite different from those of chimpanzees. The details of the bottom of the skull, where nerves and blood vessels enter the brain, indicate that Ardi's brain was positioned in a way similar to modern humans, possibly suggesting that the hominid brain may have been already poised to expand areas involving aspects of visual and spatial perception.

• Ardi's hand and wrist were a mix of primitive traits and a few new ones, but they don't include the hallmark traits of the modern tree-hanging, knuckle-walking chimps and gorillas. She had relatively short palms and fingers which were flexible, allowing her to support her body weight on her palms while moving along tree branches, but she had to be a careful climber because she lacked the anatomical features that allow modern-day African apes to swing, hang and easily move through the trees.

• The pelvis and hip show the gluteal muscles were positioned so she could walk upright.

• Her feet were rigid enough for walking but still had a grasping big toe for use in climbing.

The research was funded by the National Science Foundation, the Institute of Geophysics and Planetary Physics of the University of California, Los Alamos National Laboratory, the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science and others.

I the study of Evolution.

Thursday, October 1, 2009

Baby barf

ew...I feel weird now.

Final Frontier

I srsly fux with Melody Eh$ani. Buyin' that gun ring as soon as this $$$ come in...shiiiiiiet.

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