My car can’t make it all the way up to Cleveland!!!!
—most of my lame ass friends excuses for bailing out on my birthday plans, probably.
I’m moody as fuck so if you want a relationship/friendship with me understand that there will be days that I will not care for your presence even though you did nothing wrong followed by days where you’ll be the only person that I want to talk to despite having nothing to say.
Now for a quick Ambrose break (by @WrasslorMonkey)
Missing Dean super hard this week. :”’(
Patrick Bateman: Do you like Chief Keef?
Paul Allen: He’s OK.
Patrick Bateman: His early work was a little too uncharismatic for my tastes, but when Finally Rich came out in ‘12, I think he really came into his own, commercially and artistically. The whole album offers infectious odes to nihilism and tirades against haters that are as simple-minded and catchy as they are brutal. Musically, however, the album shimmers with power, which makes the dozen songs feel even more dangerous. He’s been compared to the menacing inner-city narratives of Jeezy, Waka Flocka and Gucci Mane, but I think Keef has a far more bitter, cynical sense of humor.
Paul Allen: Hey Halberstram.
Patrick Bateman: Yes, Allen?
Paul Allen: Why are there copies of XXL and Complex all over the place, d-do you have a dog? A little chow or something?
Patrick Bateman: No, Allen.
Paul Allen: Is that a rain coat?
Patrick Bateman: Yes it is! In ‘14, Keef released this, Bang Part 3, his most accomplished mixtape. I think his undisputed masterpiece is “War”, a song so catchy, most people probably don’t listen to the lyrics. But they should, because it’s not just about the pleasures of conflict, and the importance of dominance, it’s also a personal statement about Chief Keef himself.
Patrick Bateman: Hey Paul!
Patrick Bateman: TRY GETTING A RESERVATION AT DORSIA NOW, YOU FUCKING STUPID BASTARD! YOU, FUCKING BASTARD!