Love for inanimate objects
Kaity Carlson & Taylor Martz
Love is undoubtedly real, in our minds. Love can even extend outside the living spectrum. Who says you can’t love an object? If it was up to us, we’d be in a relationship with all six of these things:
We can’t deny that our love for our beds has grown over the past four years. Take freshman year, for example, getting up an hour and a half early, spending more than half that time in front of the mirror alone and hardly leaving time for breakfast. Now look at senior year, we barely leave time to get to school. Our bed is our safe haven, nest of comfort and above all, warm.
There’s literally not enough space in this entire 44 page issue to describe our passion for food, so we’re just going to list some of the reasons our lives revolve around food: Texas Roadhouse rolls, Cheesecake Factory, Cici’s Pizza, Panera’s Cinnamon Crunch Bagel, character’s mac n’ cheese, Yogurt Vi frozen yogurt, Chipotle, Coldstone’s cake batter ice cream, Chick-Fil-A’s nuggets, Wendy’s Frostys, Papa John’s Pizza, Yours Truly Notso fries.
On us at all times, our iPhones have basically replaced most needs for our laptops and mp3 players. From Facebook to Google, iTunes to weather, all these are at our fingertips, including apps that aren’t even possible on the computer. The iPhone has become the source of our entertainment when we find idle time, per sé the doctor’s office waiting room. Even though we adore the sleek, innovative design without a case, there’s no way we’d leave our babies sitting out without some type of safety, and Otterbox is the way to go.
Facebook is out, and Twitter is in. Checking Twitter is ten times faster than scrolling through newsfeed; not to mention, you have to agree that no one puts statuses anymore. Twitter is the easiest way to see what peers and friends are doing without having to scroll past 10 albums of pictures that don’t even interest you. Instagram is practically Facebook and Twitter in one; you can post pictures, include a hashtag and other users can like, and even comment, on your uploads. It’s no surprise we’re in love with the quick way to share edits and captured moments with friends.
5. Forever 21
This store is basically our dream closet. We can both admit to spending hours upon hours searching through the endless racks, wishing we could just buy everything. If only, right?
6. Televison Shows
We have to admit that one of the best feelings is being able to come home and have a recorded episode of one of our favorite shows waiting patiently to be watched. Our weekly schedules are often planned around these show times, I mean, we can’t miss The Ellen DeGeneres Show. Not to mention, Say Yes to the Dress is our way of escalating our pre-wedding excitement. And who could forget Friends re-runs?