Literally my life
Literally my life
Melt and Sugarfire, hello!
Some of them I chose more for the anecdote/entertainment value than the sex appeal. Justin Timberlake crashing your birthday party just sounds fun, and I’d totally love to ask Paul Rudd about the season he was on Parks and Rec. But there is no grilled cheese so delicious that would get between me and Ryan Gosling alone for 15 minutes ;)
#13 looks awesome actually
I have a super intense squick/aversion to band-aids, even unused ones set me on edge. Weirdly I can’t think of any one event that triggered it, and I don’t remember being super grossed out by them as a kid (if I was, it wasn’t as intense). The only thing that lessens the squick at all is if it’s blue as opposed to “flesh” colored. But still, ewww!
Needs more Rahm Emmanuel
This list is absolutely invalid with no mention of Bowie (and not just from Labyrinth, either!), Robert Plant, or Roger Daltry. The 70s were truly a golden era of tight-pants rock bulge-ness.
Absolutely wrong about apple crisp, but spot on about assortment of hard little cookies.
33, but then I remembered that Ziggy Stardust would count as an alien so it should be 34
Not gonna lie, 27 made me misty eyed.
My thoughts exactly! They’re not the most handsome of men, but there’s a lot of sexual myths out there that need busting, right?
Add me to Team Jess here. He wasn’t the best for her at the time, but he made a good name for himself and he was the best matched for her intellectually.
Gym in elementary school: Awesome! Fun things are happening! (except square dancing) Gym in middle school: Excruciatingly torturous. Hell is other middle schoolers. Gym in high school: Yay, fun again cause I took Walking Fitness along with the other non-jocks who don’t give a shit if I can’t do a pull up! Also I’ve had nothing but nice, chill gym teachers who were the polar opposite of the movie coach stereotype. The kids were awful, but the teachers were pleasant, fun folks.
I’d be pleasantly surprised if just once we could have male frontal nudity played for sexiness.
There was one in 2004 where she researches a guy before a date and calls it “Google.com”. On the flip side though, she gets an email from Aidan and panics “Oh my god! Can he see me?!”. Back then the idea of someone being able to see you on your computer was ridiculous, but now unfortunately spying via the built-in webcam in most laptops IS a thing. Fun list, aside from the flatiron thing which others have pointed out. Also dated- Miranda freaking out about moving to Brooklyn as some sort of horrible cultural wasteland.
Sheesh, I’m a Jewish gal and haven’t even heard of half this stuff, and most of the other stuff is so ridiculously vague and not-Jew-specific (day parties?!). I think hair straighteners was the only item I can relate to.
Hahahahah this. I’m forgiving of #1 though cause I understand the impulse to be extra cautious. I do like experimenting with the syrup flavors but I bristle at the idea of blending a biscotti into a drink.
American Dad is easily the best-written of all the MacFarlane shows. #1 is just too perfect a line :)
Even though some of the puns were so awful they should have been outlawed by the Geneva Convention, these moments are the reasons I love this show:)
Aw, all the talk of mice and Sherlock Holmes expys and no Basil of Baker Street? He was pure mercurial sexiness!