Response to 21 Devastatingly Accurate Movie Reviews:
#11 had me laughing so hard and for such a long time that I was legitimately afraid that I would vomit from it. I had to re-read it three times, because each time I was near choking by the second sentence.
Response to 16 Crazy Restaurant Receipts:
Response to The 35 Dumbest Things Ever Said On The Internet:
Oh man, this much concentrated stupidity actually gave me a stomachache. :/
Response to Victor Garber Confirms He’s Gay:
First and foremost, these two are ADORABLE together! Super sweet. <3<3<3 …But secondly, I guess I kinda always assumed he was? I have fond memories of when he guest-starred on ‘Will & Grace’ as an aging gay actor forced to sell out and do commercials. Glad to know my gaydar’s not completely wonky!
Response to The 10 Sexiest Christmas Ebooks:
Just purchased and/or downloaded several of these, based on the negative reviews alone. Thanks for the heads up!
Response to The Tragedy Of The Elmo Puppeteer:
The “reporting” seems somewhat biased here, Kate Aurthur. Maybe I have misinterpreted things, but I seem to get the impression that you are pre-convinced of Mr. Clash’s guilt & are similarly trying to convince the readers. Even though the accuser has recanted his allegation, it seems almost incidental to you, as you state: “And now, Clash finds himself with few defenders — and few options.” Options for what? If the accuser has taken his allegations back— usually a pretty good sign the person was in it for money/fame— then the only thing Kevin Clash could be accused of is being a gay man working on a children’s show. Last I checked, this was not a crime. I am disappointed to see this on Buzzfeed. It seems to this reader that the so-called “articles” are becoming more and more like editorials.