“Run! They have a tank!” “But…but…BUNNY!”
“Run! They have a tank!” “But…but…BUNNY!”
Yeah, um, this episode ruled. My husband, on pins and needles the whole time, was excitedly spouting expletives because he was so wrapped up in the story. (Although, proclaiming the episode is ‘the worst’ could just be trolly click-baiting, so there’s that. :) )
Wow. LOVE this woman.
Ahhhh, yes. When I had long hair (otherwise known as the magical time called When I Still Had HAIR) a female friend of mine in college decided it would be fun to try to straighten it using her flat iron. She squeeeeeeeezed that thing onto my hair and pullllllllled for ten to fifteen minutes on one swath of hair. And when she finally got to the ends and released the flat iron? SPROIIIIING! Curly! Now the only curl is in my beard, and it allows me to carry things as it’s like face velcro.
Can I say yum to the last one? It feels wrong of me to say yum to that.
Hrm. One of the 2 characters (with Stewie, natch) that I could even be bothered to watch.
#3? Still totally recognizable as a TV.
Dangit! Luckily, I’ve had the fortune of staying with a close friend in Queens the last 2 times I’ve visited NYC, and rode past 5 Points literally dozens of times between the two trips. I’m so glad to have been able to observe it as much as I did, and wish I’d seen it up close.
Hey, I don’t think most of these are that bad, especially the ones who attempted to include the…um…fjords? up top. And #15 doesn’t seem as much like the real map as many others. Is it because she’s pretty and blond, Buzzfeed? Is it? IS IT?!?! (Disclaimer: I could probably draw the US. Mostly. I might miss the nuances of the northern border around those lakes and stuff, and I might leave Ohio off out of spite, but you’d know where I meant.)
#12? Bunk. I can do the 6 thing and continue to rotate my foot as suggested. THE CAKE IS A LIE.
#18 Awwww, I love Jimmy. He’s a sweetheart, and friendly acquaintances with my husband, so we usually try to see him whenever we’re in town.
#20: really? Most of my friends are straight. Not all, certainly, but I prefer mixed crowds in every sense of the word.
I would comment on this article, but I’d have to log in through Facebook to do it.
OMG NOOOO! That makes sense now. I thought maybe I was being blocked from posting my particular joke because of a fun word in it. Now I know I’m not special. :)
Hrm. I’m in <3 with bow ties, but I don’t like any of what he’s showing. Pooh.
Hrm. Most of this just looks gaudy/tacky to me. I’m okay with my house with (admittedly my very own) taste. I mean, I LOVE shiny and all, but please tone down on the sink bling, mmkay?
We live by a wooded area, so SPIDERS ARE EVERYWHERE IN THE HOUSE. Most of the time it’s fine, they get rid of other pests, yadda yadda yadda EXCEPT WHEN I’M IN THE SHOWER AND A GIANT ONE COMES SCRAMBLING OUT OF THE FAUCET AT ME. STAY AWAY FROM MY NAKED JUNK NOPENOPENOPENOPE
Yeah, this shit has happened to me when I use the elliptical for a 6 mile jaunt, or do intense Zumba or something. I either wear a compression shirt or tape the crap out of my nips beforehand now, because OW EMM EFFIN OW.
Wait, a network with 50%, HALF, of their overall offerings being inclusive only receives a rating of ‘good?’ What about the other 50% of its offerings - were they neutral on gay issues? Or, were they demeaning and belittling? I fail to see how half of a network’s programming being inclusive of ‘our people’ is not to be viewed as excellent. And, by its very nature, wouldn’t LOGO be excellent? It just reads like these statistics are being skewed however we’d like to shame networks into adding more gay characters.
Although, overall, I think this is a great article, I guess I want to address a point or two that seems telling: “Call someone a gay slur and you’re homophobic. Use a racial slur and you’re a racist. But when you wonder out loud why I can’t just lose some weight, you’re looking out for me.” The first two instances are uses of slurs, while the third instance is not. It’s hard to equate the first 2 things to someone wondering why you cannot lose some weight. That’s not to say you don’t have a point - our ‘community’ is notorious for being looks-obsessed. But, the only thing we overall have in common is our romantic/physical attraction or identification with something other than opposite gender love. That’s at once a strong and flimsy bond. “Yay! Solidarity! We’re ‘other!’ Ummmm, we don’t really like any of the same things…except maybe for men.” The other thing? Yes, ‘It Gets Better’ is based simply on a cute cliched platitude, coming from a notoriously looks-obsessed narcissist like Dan Savage, but things DO get better once you can accept who and what you are and decide to be honest with yourself. And, that means accepting your body shape, too, and surrounding yourself with peeps, gay and straight, who like you for YOU. And, I’d say that to ALL people. It gets BETTER when you stop caring what the super-shallow people think about you. It may never stop stinging, but when you realize that looks are ALL these people have to offer, it will make you feel just that much better to ignore their input. Thanks for the article!
Wow. The redesign is…ugly.
I’m not allergic to tropical fruit, but I AM allergic to topical ointment.
Oooooooooooooo. It’s still used wrong all the time, though.
I’m assuming to run with a SPOOPY meme. No doubt some things have been printed misspelled on packages (I’ve seen stickers labelled “Pumknip Patch”) but I can indeed verify that one — at the very least — of these is Photoshopped because I worked on the sign before it hit stores…and it didn’t say SPOOPY. :)
Beautiful. Every one of them.
Because of the magic of Photoshop! (i.e. some of these weren’t really spelled wrong, but altered for the funny!)
Well, duhr. Some of these are fake/Photoshopped. I know solely because I worked on one on the product/signs somewhere in here…
…medical tests to show if I’m gay? I’d be interested to see how THAT works. (Of course, I’m not wont to go to Kuwait, so there’s that.)
Yeah, 12 is not true. It may have been once upon a time, but in the ever-evolving nature of language, nauseous does indeed also mean one needs to vom. And it’s been that way a while now. Now SUPPOSABLY? That can go jump off a cliff. Literally.
Poooo. You missed #13 - those of us who are stream-of-consciousness typers who may or may not comment on how something in a story is particularly shiny or reminds us of cheese.
I can’t believe Nick and Will have been together this long! <3
I adore Ian McKellen for many, many reasons. <3
Oh, my heavens, science is amazing. Also? SHINY.
This is so, so wrong. Wooden boxes ARE bed pillows!