Who won, though? Why don’t they tell us who won?! (Via TheHuffingtonPost.)

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  1. LBT, get in here and show everyone who the real winner is when it comes to Friday dancing

    (The answer is all of us. We are all winners)

  2. Also I am kind of hoping the woman in the green shirt does not know that little girl at all and just drunkenly stumbled into the street, looking to challenge the first unlucky soul she encountered to a dance off.

  3. Today is Friday and I don’t know about you guys but I am so tired and ready for this weekend. Unfortunately I don’t think I’ll get to rest that much, but nonetheless it’s still the weekend.

  4. Everyone it is Jurassic Park 3D Day!!!!! Has everyone been wearing their 3D glasses all day so far in preparation? Has everyone been holding onto their butts????

    • OMG I need to call my pot dealer. Thanks for the reminder.

    • I’ve been sparing no expense!

    • Eek! Maybe I just have different priorities but I already bought tickets for the 7:40 showing of Evil Dead tonight at the Regal Fenway Stadium. Sorry!

      Story time! When I was a little tyke, my mom thought it would be TOTALLY COOL to take me to the opening night of Jurassic Park in 1993… when I was 5. Little did she know… I was 5. So I screamed within the first hour and people were MOST DEFINITELY yelling at her to take her kid out of the theater. I guess I wasn’t holding onto my butt very well.

      • When I was 4 or 5 I remember flipping through the channels on the TV in my family’s basement and coming across Jurassic Park, specifically the scene where the T-Rex is attacking them when they are all stuck in the car. I believe I made it a good 30 seconds before screaming hysterically and running out of the room.

        • Well you two are just stone-cold babies, I guess. Jurassic Park came out when I was 10, which is EXACTLY the correct age to be when Jurassic Park comes out and you’re a little nerd.

          • I was 11, and true confessions, I did not see it in the theater because I was too scared, but for some reason I, as a little girl basically uninterested in dinos, I was obsessed with it. I got the book from the Scholastic book club and literally carried it around with me everywhere and wore off the cover. And that Christmas I made my brother get me the soundtrack as a present. A year or so ago, the art theater near me showed JP on the big screen. It was the most thrilling night of my life.

          • Well, I was 15 so I beat you all! Yea! I’m old. But, true story, we read the book in my English class because my teacher had given up. Also, I saw the movie in Dallas while visiting my Great Aunt. I went with her and my Mom (who’s the nerd now?) and when they finally started the movie (which was about 30 minutes late) they started it like halfway through and showed about 5 minutes before stopping it and starting it at the beginning. My aunt fell asleep.

    • I’ll be wearing my 2-D glasses all day, because I want the 3-D to make an even bigger impact when the movie starts, and that just won’t happen if I walk around all day experiencing everything else in 3-D.

    • Jokes on you. I’ve been holding on to my butt since 1993!

  5. Well I’m unemployed, so it’s always St. Patrick’s Day as far as I’m concerned.
    I had no idea Michael Flatley and I had so much in common…

  6. Don’t know what this says about me or my time on the Internet, but I was almost sure that the woman was going to get hit by a car. Kind of glad it ended the way it did.

  7. You dummies, she was going for a death drop:

    (No. She wasn’t.)

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