NUMBER 10 AND ROLLERSKATES
THIS IS WHAT BLISS STAR’S DREAMS ARE MADE OF!
So I just completed one month alcohol free. It was one of my 33 things to do before I’m 33 and considering I’ve made no leeway in completing any of the other 32 things, I can now officially mark this one off the list!
I didn’t document this last month in any real way, but I promise you I did actually complete this. It wasn’t so difficult actually. Considering I’ve stopped skating and not hanging out after training at the pub or attending after parties with debaucherous derby girls, it’s been easy enough to avoid the temptation of the sweet sweet cider!
It’s also been helpful not to drink for the month seeing as I’ve stopped exercising as much I haven’t added to the kilos I’ve lost with just empty alcoholic calories. I’m pretty chuffed with myself really that I didn’t succumb to the nightly red wine with dinner routine and I made it through a whole month without caving. High five to that!
What you gone do when I appear?
W-when I premier?
Bitch the end of your lives are near
This shit been mine, mine.
They did a pretty good job of styling it similar to the original video clip. Watch right to the end to see the pig dancing on skates. You can watch the original video HERE.
It wouldn’t be the safest head equipment to wear as actual protective gear while riding a bike or on skates, what with the glass mirror tiles on it and all. But hell! Just wear it strutting your stuff down Brunswick Street with the below attitude and everything will be right with the World.
High Five to wearing a disco ball on your head!
This is a TEDx Talk by Jennifer McMahon who is the founder of Humboldt Roller Derby. It’s an interesting talk, where she speaks about “Founders Syndrome” and the need to “Let Go” so that things can flourish. If you check out their ABOUT page on HRDs website you can read a bit more about how she got the league off the ground.