At least with Oct. 23rd, you’d probably be put out of your misery quickly.
At least with Oct. 23rd, you’d probably be put out of your misery quickly.
Yep. Same here. Some of my teachers didn’t even wear wedding rings. I was only in it three years, but was on the cusp of converting had my parents let me. Some of the nicest people I’ve ever known, yet some of the most difficult theology…
Awesome, but I’m still waiting for a line of swimwear that’s for those of us who aren’t skinny but aren’t overweight. I’m 5’0”, and about 125 pounds. I would never, ever wear a bikini, even when I WAS 90 pounds. They make them for either end of the spectrum, but not the middle.
I’ve used a US19 needle as a nostepinne before. Doesn’t work quite as well, but it’s something.
I’m going to be that annoying whiny voice that takes exception to everything. Seriously. Weddings are hilarious. How do you equate ‘wedding where something goes wrong’ with ‘don’t get married’?
So in other words, be a hipster.
Oh, how clever. *eyeroll*
Gettin’ kicked in the cooter is probably no picnic either.
I think it’s more, “I CAN’T GET LAID”.
I have no words for how astoundingly inappropriate this is.
So what happens when your three-year-old asks you why you laughed?
ET is the only one on here that’s ridiculous. Keep in mind that not everyone is raised to think (or think regardless of how they were raised) that scatalogical jokes, sexual jokes, or adult humor is funny. One of the reasons Pixar movies are so much greater than Dreamworks in general is that they manage to make movies that appeal to all audiences, regardless of age, without lazily falling back on adult jokes. I mean, if your movie needs wink-wink-nudge-nudge humor to keep the adults entertained, it’s probably not a good movie. I’m no prude. But children’s entertainment is far too concerned with seeing what kind of references they can get away with. It’s stupid, and as I said, lazy. Also keep in mind that kids are very likely to imitate what they see or hear in a movie, because we as a culture apply value to having a working knowledge of cultural works. Kids find edgy humor very attractive and will repeat inappropriate jokes without really knowing what they mean.
Wow. It’s up there because it’s ridiculous. Buzzfeed is not advocating killing your nearest cheetah and turning it into a bag.
Aw. How adorable. The widdle baby’s upset. Seriously, he’s a douchewad. And the “you deserve GRAPE” sign is the best thing ever.
Meh. She does nothing for me. I don’t hate her, I just don’t find her attractive or necessarily a great actress. I do enjoy laughing at her extremely pretentious newsletter, as well as her misguided health advice, but really. When you have more money than God, what else are you going to do with it but spend it on meal replacement?
Oh shut the hell up.
Let’s say you start at 10, and assuming regular periods with no pregnancy, continue to have them until you are 50. That’s 40 years, 12 months a year… 480 periods. A normal period probably lasts 3-5 days, so that puts you at 10-80ml of fluid lost per period. That means in the 40-year span until menopause I mentioned above, you have lost 4.8- 38 L of blood over a lifetime! Yeah. Badass.
I remain thoroughly unconvinced. GoT is a creepy old man’s well-written wet dream. I am sure most of the content left out was because filming it would either be illegal or so extreme that nobody would watch it. With the amount of “sexposition” (I hate that word) present in the series as is, I have little faith in the creators having the best interests of women at heart. In other words, this show sucks, the books suck, and I wish it would just go away. There’s no redeeming quality to it, and every instance of gratuitous objectification cancels out any strong character.
You know, I had heard this but was ultimately a bit confused. Not all that much nakey-time.
As an avid knitter, I am aghast. The idea of an earflap hat is nothing FOX came up with- so are they basing the decision on the colors? They don’t own red, yellow, and orange. So what basis whatsoever do they have for a C&D? I think I’m going to make my own Jayne hat in protest.
#3 is not bad, but my God. I could make some comments, but then people would accuse me of slut-shaming. Wrongly. OK, I can’t hold it in. Pervy designers making trashy and ugly dresses for underage girls to wear… creepy.
So… what’s the point of watching it, then? Gavroche was badass. I almost cried when he got shot.
So many of these are so obviously fake that it’s not really funny.
A perfect explanation of why I hate this show so passionately. Exploitation much?
They’re brown pelicans. They ARE huge.
Is the author seriously making fun of people with peanut allergies? Definite fail.
Or at least more interracial romances where the whole point of the movie or TV series *isn’t* that they’re interracial. I think there was an article on Cracked once that said a white woman will only date an African-American man in a movie if the movie is making a point about race. It’s a pretty solid indictment. Or even intercultural romances. I’m one half of a relationship that originally spanned about 7k kilometers. It’s not all lutefisk and barbecues and awkward family moments.
Latent racism equals fail.
Nope. Never wanted to.
I get tired of rabid atheists giving me a bad name. Thank you.
Being an adult will only make it that much harder when it goes back to its home planet.
No. But #31 is awesome!
… So now being a virgin is something shameful. As well as not driving. Humor fail.
I am an atheist, and have been for more than ten years. I am tired of the worst of the worst of the fundies being picked out as examples of all of Christianity. You don’t hear about the reasonable Christians because they’re quiet and live their faith through their acts and whatever personal worship rites they choose to have.
I honestly do not see what is so controversial about the original “Hey Girls, Did You Know?” picture. I am a 25-year-old married woman who grew up with massive self-esteem problems *because* I was uncomfortable with the revealing clothing that was EVERYWHERE and the immense pressure to wear it. I was surrounded by people wearing A&F shirts with coquettish sexy slogans or cleavage-bearing shirts at school, and it was frustrating to see them get attention based off it. I was not stylish by any means nor had I the desire to be stylish if it meant feeling uncomfortable about myself. I was a tomboy who hated not being able to find decent clothes and hated the pressure to show off my body to anyone and everyone.
I feel much better about myself now but still dress modestly. I save my boobs for my husband because he’s the person I love. I can feel sexy without having to prove it to the world. But I’m not saying that those who DO show off are doing so because they’re insecure. I think some of them do it because it’s expected.
I fault the companies that make revealing clothing for too-young girls much more than I fault the girls who wear it. They create the demand, the girls follow.
There is nothing wrong with healthy sexuality. There IS something wrong with expressing sexuality at an improper age in an improper place, and that can be very damaging. We no longer marry girls off at 16, so they don’t need to prove their fertility and baby-makin’ ability. A healthy sense of sexuality comes with verbal openness and the ability to ask questions from trusted authority figures, as well as healthy role models. I would also like to add, finally, that my view is entirely void of any religious connections. My parents raised me to value modesty but the decision to continue that is entirely my own. And as I’m writing this KATY PERRY’S GRAMMY SIDEBOOB IS ON THE BUZZFEED SIDEBAR. SIDEBARBOOB.