“Ugh, My Pussy Stinks” and Much, Much More: A Day in the Life of Wavves (On Twitter, Of Course)

10/27/2010 1:35 PM |

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I don’t know how I went without this for so long, but it wasn’t until a couple weeks ago that I (via LMagMusic) started following Nathan Williams from Wavves on Twitter. It’s been something of a roller-coaster for me: at first, the amount of eye-rolling I was forced to do was almost too much to bear, and I considered unfollowing him. But then he went on a tour in support of Phoenix, and it got really good. Mostly, I enjoyed looking out for the new and subtle (or not so subtle, but completely frenzied) ways in which he’d ask for a weed hook-up as he made his way toward a new city. Yesterday was a particularly awesome day to follow along, as the band made its way through Orlando for its second to last show on tour. After the jump, the whole thing.

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Offensive as it may be, there’s something about this sentence I find really beautiful. It’d be a hell of an opening line for a short story..

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This would be a considerably less good second sentence.

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This isn’t beautiful or funny or anything, but I’m definitely going to read that interview. You probably should too.

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Don’t know what he’s talking about, but he definitely seems to have smoked a blunt inside Disney World, which actually sort of perfectly encapsulates everything Wavves is about.

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Dunno, really.

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This is true, I guess.

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Again, dunno.

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Here he is looking for his friends in Miami band The Jacuzzi Boys, who are apparently pussies. Also, keep in mind, when he refers to himself as “college drunk,” it’s only around 8pm.

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Now it’s this morning, and, ok, this is actually sort of nice. You all know who Snacks is, of course.

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It’s at this moment when I suddenly become extremely jealous. Sitting in a comfortable hotel bed watching The Fresh Prince of Bel Air is pretty much exactly what I want to be doing all the time.