I loved Rainbow Brite’s pumpkin head!
I loved Rainbow Brite’s pumpkin head!
I can’t figure out if she’s twisted her arms in #13.
It’s pretty funny how you equate the hoax reports to the shaky validity of celebrity gossip, but then continue on to write a rant based on the assumption that they ARE valid. Then in your last sentence, even though you admit that nothing in this situation is certain yet, you affirm that you’ve “withdrawn” your pity based on that gossip. Oh, but you’d be gracious enough to “offer [your] extended pity again” if you hear that it WASN’T a hoax after all.
You sound pompous and ridiculous. I can’t even…
In the United States of America, one is considered innocent until proven guilty. That’s what makes our country great - we uphold these values no matter what, even if we’re mad or don’t like somebody. Deal with it. Instead of judging him by speculation, wait until the facts are out and the man has had his say.
TianYi - It means “heaven”, right?
Uh… yeah, not only are most of these actually kind of complicated, but you need someone else to do them FOR you. Or, the amazing dexterous ability to look at the back of your head using two or more mirrors and braid your hair in your mirror-image, meaning backwards.
Please don’t give my students ideas. I want to see how far they’ve come in my class, not their social network.
This… was… so…. dumb.
You forgot Season 3, so it’s not really “definitive”, is it?
Clearly you didn’t read the article. People are more upset about how Black Milk spoke condescendingly to their customers, banning and deleting them, and saying “Go shop elsewhere”. They handled the situation poorly and alienated a lot of customers.
I have medium-length hair. Can I start calling it a “lob” now? Is that super “fetch”?
5-7 are lovely, or at least I *think* they are, but I can’t stop staring at the giant flower bomb on the girl’s head.
Nope… a moron on my Facebook feed just reposted it. *Dies*
WHERE THE FUCK IS XENA?
I’m pumpkin pie, not key lime! GOSH
Some of these are just regular orders that the complaining barista simple doesn’t enjoy making. Seriously? Shut the hell up. If the drink is on your menu, and I pay for that drinks, make my motherfucking drink. Don’t like it? Quit.
I swear by my pretty floral bonnet, I will buy you.
Viewing this list right before going to bed: MISTAKE.
You got: Your Mother and I Are Separating Don’t be fooled by the charred Red Lobster sign out front; this club is a burned-down Red Lobster. This place has everything: A shake for breakfast, a shake for lunch, a sensible dinner, those shoes that nurses wear — and you can dance the night away to the sounds of Donald Duck having a Vietnam nightmare.
I got Pamela! Bitch, yessssss.
I live in China. …. Dave? Dave, ni zai nali?
How will the concept of a loving family with 2 moms instead of one be “too difficult for them [children] to understand”?
The Seven Worders??
This reminds me of a story about a credit card company calling a home, asking for the son in the family, saying “We’re returning ___’s call”. Unfortunately, their son never called them in the first place because he had passed away years before. These companies save our info for so long that they can start calling to pitch credit card offers as soon as they (would) turn 18. They use manipulative language to hide the fact that their services are unwanted and unsolicited. It’s insensitive moments like this that show the lengths companies will go to in order to sell you their crap.
#12 Is that Peeta? Get me a bread-roll, beyotch.
I’m pretty sure it’s not the entire “gay community” who has a problem with the sketch. It seems like the writer of this article picked a handful of negative tweets about it and tried to portray it as a scandal. In fact, I think *your post* is more offensive than the SNL sketch. While it was full of lame cliches regarding old closeted gays, your post just generalizes the entire gay community as “whiny brats”. At least SNL was semi-humorous.
Please don’t try to twist this story into a thinly-veiled political attack/insult. That s*** is just petty and divisive.
Please don’t try to twist this story into a thinly-veiled political attack. That s*** is just petty and divisive.
We are not “nitwits”, and we are not all football fanatics, and we are not all on one side of this case. Tallahassee is a community with a variety of people and opinions. Most of us are just shocked, disappointed, and hoping for law enforcement to find the truth. And we resent being portrayed as a mob of fangirls rallying blindly behind hero-worship.
Buzzfeed - You forgot to mention that Baldwin finally admitted that he DID say the gay epithet and had been lying to cover it up because he was embarrassed. Journalism!
Agreed. I am so embarrassed by this article as an FSU fan and native Tallahasseean. This is something for law enforcement to solve. We are not all blindly rallying one way or another. Most of us are just hoping this is resolved and that the truth is brought to light, whatever it may be.
Wow, Jim. Dismiss rape charges just to “piss people like you off”. I’m so proud to have a citizen like you in our great country. Why bother investigating or looking for the truth, when internet morons who think they have a goddamn Criminal Justice degree have already decided the outcome? Do you realize that there are TONS of pieces of information about this case that me, you, and everyone are NOT privy to? I hope this entire case goes to a lengthy drawn-out trial just to piss YOU off. Fuck-wit.
Women who make false rape claims make the situation worse for real rape victims. However, men like you who assume women are lying in the VERY FIRST PLACE make the situation just as disgusting.
What do you mean about blaming others for “not stopping her”?? She should have stopped herself. This was not a one-time mistake - she bragged about driving drunk/high on multiple occasions. She actively did not give a s*** about HER life or ANYONE ELSES. Making a mistake is forgivable. However, she has turned mistake-making into her lifestyle. Besides, it’s pretty hard to forgive someone who isn’t even sorry. She’s “2 drunk 2 care”, remember? May she live a long, long life with ample time to think about (and regret) what’s she’s done. From Pot Princess to Prison Princess.
I do agree that people should NOT fight violence with violence and threaten her life or say horrible things like that she “should be raped”. HOWEVER, bragging about being “2 drunk 2 care” is almost as bad as saying “Let’s see if I can kill some people tonight”. She does. not. care. Please don’t act like this was a one-time mistake. Look at her feed. This girl has driving drunk/high before… probably often. Every time, she is saying “I don’t give a s*** about your life OR mine. Let’s see what’ll happen.”
I hope this young lady survives so she can live a long life of regret, thinking of what she’s done. Maybe in that time she’ll learn to care.
Actually, it’s two “pointy sticks” and they are called “chopsticks”, or “kuaizi”. With practice, just like anything else, they are quite easy to use (even picking up grains of rice). Chinese people eat very well. Yes, they are “aware of the invention of the fork”. This may surprise you: different cultures have different behaviors and things they consider normal. Can you believe it? To Jamiec31: I do hope somebody “sends you to China” so you can learn more about the culture, rather than misconstrue and mock it. You could learn a lot.
Why is this “MOM fails” and not “PARENT fails”?
It’s TWO “pointy sticks”, moron. And they are called “chopsticks”, or “kuaizi”. With practice, just like anything else, they are quite easy to use (even picking up grains of rice). Chinese people eat very well. Yes, they are “aware of the invention of the fork”, but you may be surprised to know that different cultures have different behaviors and things they consider normal. To Jamiec31: I do hope somebody “sends you to China” so you can learn more about the culture, rather than misconstrue and mock it.
It’s TWO “pointy sticks”, actually. And they are called “chopsticks”, or “kuaizi”. With practice, just like anything else, they are quite easy to use (even picking up grains of rice). Chinese people eat very well. Yes, they are “aware of the invention of the fork”, but you may be surprised to know that different cultures have different behaviors and things they consider normal. To Jamiec31: I do hope somebody “sends you to China” so you can learn more about the culture, rather than misconstrue and mock it.