Duh. Read the labels.
Duh. Read the labels.
This reads like an undergrad term paper.
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I’m sick to death of shit like this. The “writer” of this “article” also “writes” fan fiction and gives drumming lessons for a living. Gaze on his visage and tell me if people in glass houses should throw stones: http://ryanbroderick.com/photos/
It’s nice that he looks good, but this is a pretty far tumble for someone with network TV series on his resume.
Never heard of this guy until 2 minutes ago. Now I want to marry him.
I can’t tell whether this is shilling for a particular Etsy seller [without sponsored-post disclosure] or just lazy journalism.
#4 Was he a close talker?
Other than a photo credit, is there any context for this, Buzzfeed?
I don’t get it, Buzzfeed. This is like that story about the “amazing sweatshirts” that were all from the same company. You’re doing paid placements?
#14 “Variety Meats”
u & me both. the horror! the horror!
Never thought I’d say this: This makes the prospect of an episiotomy less horrific by comparison.
I love his mousey hair.
B O O M right in the feels.
No matter how she’s photographed, she’s an Ivy-league lawyer. ftfy
I haven’t had shoo-fly pie in 35 years, because that is the last time I visited Pennsylvania. It is still my favorite pie. Also worth mentioning: Easter pie, an Italian import. Available in sweet (a/k/a grain pie) and savory versions.
I see where you’re coming from, I think. Disfigured suggests something that was once whole, then made less than whole. I react to words like that because they sound like self-hatred.
I quit astral travel when I kept losing my luggage.
I want to go there.
“Disfigured” is a really harsh word—like you’re damaged. Not identifying with sexual characteristics (which is what I understand the “trans” umbrella to mean), is not the same as being physically disfigured.
I wonder if parochial school students still play “Communion” with Neccos? That’s what I did. I like all those other candies except Wintermints. They really gum up the works, and that is the mark of successful candy.
As Will Rogers said, “If you want a friend in Washington, get a dog.”
Loved them until I realized they make indoor plumbing impossible.