Wait… Frigid Tosspots? Are you referring to the Packers as chronic masturbaters or something?
Oh, sure. Go on and be reasonable on the internet. How dare you.
Half of these are lies. LIES I TELL YOU.
For #1, I think Alton Brown was on to something with his idea of using tins instead of glass jars. Light not be as bad as air exposure when it comes to keeping spices fresh, but it’s certainly something to eliminate when you can.
Counterpoint: I’ve never had sex after being in bacon.
Let’s not go overboard here. Nobody (male or female; gay, straight or otherwise; in any body type that there is) looks good in mens formalwear once it gets all loose and sloppy, like it is in the first two pictures of Ms. Page in menswear here. I have no other arguments, though. Being YOURSELF when you dress is the best fashion sense there is (not to mention… shouldn’t that be the point, anyway?).
Oddly enough, it drives me up the wall for reasons that have little to do with grammar. (Sarcastic translation: “It annoys because not grammar” :D) It bothers me more because I think it is a half-assed way to make a point. It tells us why the author thinks the video is trending without really telling us anything at all. I’ll admit that there’s a part of me that appreciates the fact that I’m trusted to connect the dots so the author can use fewer words, but I still feel like the “because ___” line of reasoning is just a shorthand for the inability to articulate one’s ideas. (Sarcastic translation: “It bothers me because lazy, but I do like dots”)
I mean, it’s not the craziest leap of logic I’ve come to accept in this show (I enjoy it despite it’s logical flaws), but I suppose I don’t think we need to count out Ezra as A just yet.
The show is a lot more fun to watch when you don’t care about logical stuff like that. I see it more as a fun, slightly pulpy distraction. I have my grown-up shows that I watch when I want to take a show seriously. For this show, I often just forget about most of the things that happened more than a season ago so I can focus more on how entertaining the show is and less on what a convoluted mess the show’s central mystery has become.
“Where can I find this magical place?” -My dogs
I don’t get it… how is Ezra writing a book about Alison mutually exclusive to him being A? And if he’s not A, then what’s the deal with his uber surveillance lair?
“This video was originally uploaded in 2011 but it’s trending this week because obviously.” “… because obviously.” I’m not even an English major (quite the opposite, I went to school for Engineering), but this kind of thing just drives me up the wall.
Does this count as irony?
“Don’t sass me… food.”
Looks more like a Five Legged Caribou, if you ask me.
#18: I’m pretty sure that’d be a good way to ruin even canned goods. There’s a surprising amount of heat that can come off of a refrigerator, to say nothing about all the dust that gets trapped back there.
Pelmeni is without question one of my favorite foods on the planet. When I was in college, there was a little hole-in-the-wall place near campus that served pelmeni and only pelmeni, and I was actually depressed when it went out of business. The guy who ran it now has another shop open, but alas I live elsewhere now so I have to subsist on homemade dumplings made with a mold that my wife got me for my last birthday. The traditional way to serve it would be not dissimilar to what’s in this article, but the place I went to served with butter sauce, a hot sauce (basically sriracha cut with rice vinegar), curry powder, cilantro, sour cream and some rye bread on the side. Just describing it makes me both happy, hungry, and then sad that I just ate the last of my most recent batch of frozen homemade pelmeni.
Nyuk nyuk. You’d think if there was ONE time when they would’ve thought it wise to have the singers mime, it’d be with the Black Eyed Peas.
Let me break the news to you: Almost every performer in every Super Bowl halftime show is miming. Some (but not all) of the singers and drummers are the only exceptions, simply because it’s hard to effectively mime singing or drumming without looking ridiculous. The simple fact is that these shows are massive undertakings, and getting the band set up for sound isn’t as simple as plugging into an amp and turning it to 11. There are a lot of elements to coordinate and not much time to do it in. In theory, it ought to be possible to effectively set up a band to play live in the few minutes that they have between the end of the half and the start of the show… but I don’t think the powers in charge of the Super Bowl halftime shows are bothered enough to try to figure it out.