Good God, but that finger is about a foot long!
Good God, but that finger is about a foot long!
#71 - What is a laundry machine? Do you mean WASHING machine? Or as we say ‘round here, WORSHING machine?
Clever, but less efficient. Have a short beer at the ready…or make your next shot the chaser!
Even though it’s true that she was only answering a question about the 100 married women who were asked, she should have recovered by saying something funny like she wishes that her husband’s penis was detachable so she could carry it with her. This might’ve gone a long way to reduce the embarrassment ol’ Teeny Peeny Pete was surely feeling.
I immediately crushed on the blonde. If they had used bourbon, like my fave Makers Mark, I’m sure the ladies would have LOVED it!
Those of you who only see black and white in the case have most likely never had a substantial encounter with law enforcement or the court system. I don’t use the words “justice system” because even the most honorable officers of the court know that “justice” is rarely the goal. How should mothers be motivated to do the right thing when those times they HAVE called the police, their abuser is back on the streets the following day? Or after they’ve been pressured by prosecutors to allow them to plead the case out? There are many shades of gray in most cases, though far too people want to acknowledge that fact.
Yeah…I’m gonna do all that so I can get a check for $10 over a year from now. My time is worth more, I think.
Okay…this one’s the best ever!
I disagree. Taking countless selfies is similar to Narcissus falling in love with his own reflection. Surely you can’t think somebody like, say, Kim Kardashian exhibits normal, healthy levels of self-esteem. She is only ever admiring her shallow, outer shell, and does so incessantly. It’s those admirable qualities that are found deep inside and can’t be captured by Instagram which truly make for a healthy self-esteem.
I think people are prone to exaggeration or outright prevarication when asked to relate their “worst sexual experience”, so I’m not sure about many of these stories.
Sad…and weird. I always wonder about the editors of those community papers that always run things like this.
Pop divas should realize that they simply hit the lottery. It has little to do with their supposed talent. Little girls buy product, making for a diva’s enormous jackpot. But it’s just bubblegum. Arianna Grande will be chewed up and spat out. It may happen sooner if she treats fans like crap, but it’s gonna happen eventually.
Cool…but it hardly took my breath away. In fact, BuzzFeed needs to retire terms like “breathtaking”, “mind-blowing”, and “genius”, at least for a little while.
I think Palin’s fans actually don’t like her at all. They’re probably smarter than that…they’d HAVE to be, right? But Palin supporters know that she can really enrage liberals and progressives, and they LOVE that, so they feign support.
No list of laugh out loud books is complete without something by Dan Jenkins on it.
Why do little kids have separate rooms? HELLO! Same room for now, lady!
I always wondered how a cast working on a successful TV show COULDN’T get along (Desperate Housewives, 90210, Charmed, a couple of the Golden Girls). But I guess it’s all relative. You could pay me a million dollars an episode and I’d be best buds with Satan!
#9 - Jenna, his name goes unmentioned in your text for this entry, but surely the person to whom you refer here as being an artist and “fifth Beatle” is Stu Sutcliffe. Sutcliffe looms large in early Beatles history, but some may be unfamiliar with his ultimately tragic story.
While I realize it’s important to stay hydrated, the “8 glasses a day” rule is not based on good science, especially since the “glass” is not a uniform measure. Despite what the Mayo clinic and other studies have suggested, 3 liters of water a day for a man is A LOT of water, and it’s probably excessive. In fact, there is such a thing as water intoxication or water poisoning. It’s called “dilutional hyponatremia” and it can cause brain damage, or even death. It happens when you drink more water than your body can process. It’s rare, but it happens. “Pushing fluids” is not always a great idea. Anyway, except when exercising or when sweating because of warm temperatures, drinking 6 to 10 ounces of water when you feel thirsty is probably more than sufficient to remain hydrated.
Some folks may have forgotten that Winona Ryder has a conviction, though it was a tabloid and internet feeding frenzy back in 2001.
I’m sorry, ladies, that yer big boobs can (literally) be a pain, but I LUV ‘EM!
Luv em, luv em, LOVE THEM!!!
They really SHOULD have designed sneakers in relation to specific books and authors. I’d be curious to see what a pair or “Moby Dick” or “Finnegans Wake” sneakers would look like.
The year 2016 is going to be ugly. Leading up to the GOP primary? I can hardly think about it without becoming nauseated. As if the U.S. isn’t already mocked (and rightfully so) by the rest of the world, the Republicans trying to choose a candidate for president is going to be laughable. And the field of Democrats can’t be much better. Shouldn’t we all be disgusted by only having the choice between the lesser of two evils?
She may very well be involved in sanctioned hunting that ultimately benefit the species, I don’t know. I’m bothered by the narcissistic, queen of the jungle attitude and photographs. These animal corpses are simply trophies for her and actually helping the animal species is obviously the least of her concerns. Seems more like she’s auditioning for a reality show.
I tend to agree. Rachel Maddow, for instance, does not hesitate to call out Democrats who act foolishly or back policies that are counter to the party’s stated progressive or center-left ideals.
#36 - I live near Cincinnati, which is Bill Cunningham’s hometown and base of operations. I have met him several times because a friend of mine was employed at the station (700 WLW) where Cunningham does his radio program. I’m not saying he isn’t a real conservative or that his kind of programming doesn’t have a negative effect on civil discourse, but in his case, his act is just that…an act. He knows exactly what he’s doing and just what buttons to push, but it’s all done for attention and ratings. He is not some science-denying wack-a-doo. Of course a case can be made that this is even WORSE than being a true believer, because he is ultimately being dishonest. I think, though, he just sees himself as an entertainer and that he is playing a character.
Val Kilmer employed a terrible Irish accent as Philiip, father of Alexander the Great and king of Macedonia, in Oliver Stone’s “Alexander”.