Monday, March 1, 2010

Oh, youth.

I love these songs. Haven't heard them in ages.



10 comments:

Anonymous said...

Liz taught me how to get my skin clear and my hair bright.

Liz said...

Oh old Liz Phair, I miss you and your dirty mouth.

Jenny B. said...

thank God for another Liz Phair fan from when she had a raunchy mouth, awesome songs and lots of sex.

MoreSkinnyDays said...

I remember a request from the other day that we add ideas for "Things That are Wrong." I don't remember the rules for doing this, so forgive me if I do it wrong, but to me here are some things that are wrong:

1. Taking a dish with a gimmick ingredient and forcing everyone to try it just because it contains Total cereal or Fig Newtons.
2. Leasing a really expensive car when you rent ... or worse.
3. Telling everybody how competitive you are when you're not an athlete and have no skills--you just become irritable if you don't beat all the other unskilled non-athletes at wii or lawn bowling. Give it up. You're not competitive, you're petty.
4. Obese people in flip flops at airports, grocery stores--places that are not the beach.
5. Backing in to parking spaces in parking lots. You're not a gangsta.
6. Women with princess-ish/spoiled-lingo license plates and bumper accessories.
7. Anyone with those family window stickers

Laurie Jones said...

I love Liz Phair, even the one who everyone says sold out! (:

Ivy Lane said...

I think I saw Liz Phair at Lillith Fair....like..a hundred years ago..youth is right!

Anonymous said...

I'm with Laurie, I like sold-out Liz too. This should have been a way bigger hit.

Anonymous said...

Wow, MoreSkinnyDays had me going with the "Things that are wrong" list. But "obese people in flip flops?" That's just cruel.

As if fat people are not self-conscious enough, they must now make efforts to not offend by showing their plump feet in public? And for the record, research shows that shame is no cure to obesity. If you want to have a real, honest conversation about the obesity epidemic in this country, that's one thing. But mean girl comments are just that.

Let's not let these comments degenerate into hate.

Susan said...

I have a spot in my heart for Liz Phair too--because she is a graduate of Oberlin College, our son's alma mater.

As for my own youth, here is my favorite:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8GmKzhuESD0

Tiffany said...

oh liz phair- i love california! just stumbled upon your blog, will be following now.