Wednesday, May 21, 2014

andrew WK's best party tips


if you aren't following Andrew WK on twitter, please start immediately. he's not only one of my favorite tweeters, but he's also one of my favorite people. it all started when he tweeted that he was doing tequila shots with taylor hanson, and i retweeted it with the comment "please god let this be true." his response? "IT IS TRUE!" along with this picture. i couldn't stop smiling for the rest of the day.

AWK is an endless fountain of positivity and merriment. just a joyful, awesome fellow. most of his tweets revolve around "party tips" geared towards helping us all live a more rockin' life, so i've gathered some of my favorites.

PARTY TIPS:


  • Get in a car. Pick up your friends. Play music you love. Open the windows and drive. Be glad you're alive.
  • Push yourself out of the comfort zone and into the awesome zone.
  • Treat Monday night like Friday night.
  • Mama always said life is like a box of party. You never know which party you're party to party.
  • Fuck laundry. Just party.
  • Turn your brain into a circle pit, and stage dive off of your soul.
  • Generously give out fresh juicey packets of Capri Sun to people you've never met.
  • "Junk food" is what non-partiers call awesome food.

2 comments:

  1. Did you hear about the advise he gave a girl asking how to gently break her boyfriend's dream of rock stardom?

    Advice Seeker: I'm dating a guy who refuses to give up on his dreams of rock stardom. While it's admirable in a way, I need a little bit more stability if we're going to make this work. How can I gently break this to him?

    Andrew WK: Don't you dare say anything to him about giving up his dream. You're not the right person for him. Never ask someone to give up on their dream just so you can feel more stable. It's his choice and his choice alone, no matter how ridiculous his dream may seem to you, or to society, or even to himself. Dreams make humans into self-realized individuals. Your only responsibility is to love everything about him, including his dreams. The idea of "making this work" sounds more like a way to make his life more boring and predictable. At worst, it's a genuine sadistic desire to control someone else because your own life feels out of control — or a cruel need to dominate and break someone's spirit for the sake of your own peace of mind. Look for stability and peace of mind inside yourself, and not in your relationships or the dreams of others

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    1. AMAZING! right on, AWK. he's the best.

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