Also, don’t leave animals in cars!
Also, don’t leave animals in cars!
I don’t know - he strikes me as one of those guys who you think is going to be super hot once he shaves the beard. Then he shaves the beard and he’s super not.
I liked the befores better than the afters with the exception of those manpris. PLEASE stop with the manpris.
So basically the entire family is addicted to face fillers. It’s kind of sad.
This should include a GIF of George running in from the bathroom with his pants down.
…and now we need a pic of him walking 12 cats.
…and these are just the problems created by insomnia at night. Now we need a list of problems created by insomnia when you try to function in the world of people who sleep normally (y’know, those people who are up taking a fucking run at 5:30 a.m. because they’re so happy to be alive?)
…and you want to punch people in the face when they say, “Don’t take it personally! You’re so sensitive!”
I am a proposal writer so I often have to use these words and it makes me ashamed.
#7 looks exactly like Willem Dafoe!
Yeah, right, liike Republicans are honest. Tom DeLay anyone?
To Heterosexual Men Everywhere: The adorable delightfulness of these three guys is what women find attractive.
I agree with her: These two douchebags belong together if for no other reason than to keep each other off the streets.
I think #19 was deliberate.
It seems like any kind of maternal instinct would prevent a mother from allowing her child to be, essentially, on the floor in the middle of a large gathering of adults, one of whom could easily trip and fall on the child or accidentally drop something on the child, resulting in injury or death. Nonsensical.
Is it me or does Dale Irby picture #30 look almost exactly like Dale Irby #40 with whiter hair?
The only time when this show is really, really good is when they put a star in the reasonably priced car.
The entire reception line.
Also: Usual Suspects
OMG, Chris Hansen cat just killed me.
Yes! I’m from Louisville and everyone I know pronounces it that way.
It’s pronounced Looeyville - I’m from Louisville and the only people who pronounce it Looahvul or Luhvul are rednecks.
Where is sad Keanu when you need him?
Tom Hardy should be in here; his teeth were really a mess several years ago. But then maybe he never got them fixed?
Yes, I agree this is a problem with humans, not with email itself. Specifically, it’s a problem with humans who are worried they’re going to miss out on something so they allow email to take over their lives. It’s like a human version of CNN, thinking that every email is “Breaking News.” It’s a matter of perspective.
Adam is the only one I can stand at this point so YAY!
Geez, he’s hot!
“The company hasn’t released a patch for the flaw yet” Of course they haven’t; it’s Microsoft. They’ll have a patch ready sometime in 2018.
Everyone needs to see Hot Coffee!
What this girl said is exactly how I thought of myself the last two years of high school. I was in so much pain with no real reason. No one suspected. No one around me had any idea how much pain I was in. Even now, I have only told my mother and then sugarcoated for her because I wasn’t sure she could handle the truth. I believed - in my heart - that I was a terrible, evil person and I fantasized about killing myself. At one point, I even looked to see how much tylenol we had in the house because I was ready to just chuck it all (fortunately, there wasn’t enough tylenol to kill myself). One of the reasons I never reached out is because I knew that once I said something, the shit would hit the fan. I would suddenly be taken out of school, possibly placed in an inpatient facility. My life would then be 10 times worse than before. I am now in my 40s. I’ve got a decent life. Is it perfect? No. But just living through every day teaches you more and more to not give a shit what others think. For any young person who is having these thoughts: No, you are not evil. You are not a bad person because you make mistakes. Stop expecting perfection. You are perfect the way you are - faults, foibles, mistakes and all. Just know that school - particularly high school - can be a punishing experience that can exacerbate depression and anxiety. Keep breathing. Put one foot in front of the other and focus on just getting through.
This is not about a set of problems. Everyone has problems; that’s true. This is about experiencing a deep, dark void in your soul that you cannot heal. I’ve been there. You have no idea what you’re talking about. Instead of judging, get on your knees and thank your god that you aren’t going through it yourself.
It’s lovely to see dancers with curves, thanks to the fact that all but one of these pictures were taken before Balanchine began to exert his influence on the dance world, which resulted in the stick figures seen from the ’70s forward.
Am I the only one who really really like Cliff?
I remember the good old days (less than five years ago) when “toe shoes” meant pointe shoes. Also, clogs are not unfortunate trends. I don’t care what anybody says. I will never not wear clogs.
I don’t know how Bob Geldof is still standing after all the crap he’s been through. My heart goes out to them.
“You then realize that dude you held the door open for isn’t going to let you go in front of him.” When you hold the door open for somebody else, you’re letting them go in front of you. If you don’t want them in front of you, then go in first and hold the door for dude in back of you.
One word: DRUGS
“TWOP feels like a relic of a time when there wasn’t video online — they really served a functional purpose. In some cases, we would hear, ‘I’m overseas, I can’t watch Angel.’” I realize there was a functional angle to TWOP but the truth is, the site’s appeal was the sharpness of the recap writing and the sense of community that came from the forums. When John Spencer died, a whole new West Wing thread was started to help everyone grieve and some of those posts made it into his eulogy. The Charmed recaps alone were better than the damn show. But the writing went downhill after it was bought and, as you pointed out, the site’s managers had no social media vision. It’s a shame. But I’m glad that so many talented people who got their start at TWOP (and Daily Candy, though I never frequented that site) have moved on to bigger and better things.
THIS IS AWESOME.