Turn It Up

By the time you read this you already know that produzentin loves all new soda pops. Actually, I’m only interested in the big names, Pepsi, Coca Cola and Dr. Pepper.

So, I think when Coca Cola heard of my fabulous Diet Pepsi Jazz campaign, they didn’t want to be second best. Coke wanted to have a produzentin jingle for their freshest creation, too.

Here it is. Coca-Cola Blāk. Coke and coffee.
The wait is over. You don’t have to mix your favourite caffeine drinks together any longer! It’s all here in one bottle.

And finally people can ask: How do you want your Coke? With milk or blāk? Some sugar?

Turn it up with Coca-Cola Blāk!

I'll have my coke blak, please!
Just blak, please!

Earlier:
Diet Pepsi Jazz
one more
Mixing Pepsi Edge and Coca Cola C2
Pepsi Blue

At Vazoween

Last night, Oliver, Anthony and I went to the Vazaleen Halloween party. I wanted to avoid trouble and opted to go as a cheap ass ghost. Look what happened.

My favourite picture is NSFW. Check it out after the jump.
Nude bears love ghosts.

Stick backwards
Me and Anthony as Backwards

Cat cop
Oliver and Kevin

Nature and Sponge
Mother Nature and Miss Loofa

Ghost massacre
I was just trying to be nice. They just wanted to hurt me.

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Come to the Sugarshack

I am very excited about our upcoming event.
It’s Sugarshack time at The Power Plant.
So, mark your calendars and get ready for maple sweetness. Please.

Anthony designed another dress for me and he is sewing away night and day at our little sweat shop. I can’t wait to wear the dress at Sugarshack. Anthony is doing such wonderful things…

Anyway, here are the details:

Sugarshack

Thursday, November 2nd, 8pm – 11pm
The Power Plant
231 Queens Quay West

djs produzentin and Will Munro
Sugarshack by Oliver Husain
Performance by Bojana

In New England, Quebec and extreme eastern Ontario, the processing of maple syrup has become part of the culture, and city folk often go to the sugarshacks (cabane à sucre) in late autumn, where rustic drinks are served with maple syrup-based products, house and disco music. For this occasion, lifesize models of these sugarshacks are set up. Thick maple syrup flavoured liquor is served with live serbian singing, drag queens and special effects.
Owing to the sugar maple tree’s predominance in south-eastern Canada, its leaf has come to symbolize the country, and is depicted on its flag.

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Courtney’s Diaries

I bought Dirty Blonde, The Diaries of Courtney Love, on Saturday. It seems like it got an early release in Canada, it is supposed to come out in the US on the 31st.

At first, I was a bit disappointed because it is not very kiss-and-tell but then Courtney’s story drew me in: angry, eager, tragic, sad and on the other hand, for short periods, very sparkling. Like an emotional roller coaster ride.

Anyway, here is one of my favourite parts, an e-mail exchange between Courtney and Lindsay Lohan. I think I could get celebrity email addicted.

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CL to LL - LL to CL

(VF = Vanity Fair. A 1992 article in Vanity Fair entitled “Strange Love”, in which it was alleged that Courtney had continued using heroin in the early stages of pregnancy. As a result, Child Welfare Services briefly investigated the Cobains’ fitness as parents, removing Frances Bean from their custody for a short period. Love claims to this day that she was misquoted, saying she had told author Lynn Hirschberg that she had stopped using it once she learned she was pregnant. (source))