Thank you. Please don’t forget to grab your complimentary shovel on the way out, and do remember that grave sites are first come, first serve. #pray4bieber (Via HuffingtonPost.)
USA! USA! USA!
This story has truly put the Great in Great Britain too, it was one of the lead stories on the main nightly news last night. Ahead of Ukraine, even.
Who is Ukraine?
His hair looks great, though.
RuPaul thought so too.
Stay classy, CNN.
So I read a book awhile ago about the events of the one summer in the 1920s (don’t remember which year) and found it really comforting, because the author went in-depth about all the hottest news stories, trends, and celebrities of the time, and almost all of them were incredibly stupid, nonsensical, flash-in-the-pan stuff (and people). It’s kind of nice to know that people have always gotten worked up about silly nonsense for the short time it’s relevant and then forget about it, while the good stuff endures (for the most part). It’s easy to feel like it’s a new phenomenon, but nope, we’ve always been dumb! Yay!
Oooh, did it talk about Daddy and Peaches? During Dourtney’s heyday, I was like, ‘This is just some straight-up Daddy and Peaches shit.’
I just googled Daddy and Peaches, and it made my morning. Seriously, check the Wikipedia page, this is the first thing I saw on it:
Honk honk it’s in the bonk, indeed. BonkERS.
I think we’ve found our next trivia team name….
Yes! I loved how newspapers even ran doctored, fake images of them in ridiculous situations. The more things change, etc. etc.
“Excuse me Congressman, but I’ve just received word that Babe Ruth and Mary Pickford were spotted canoodling in public whilst Douglas Fairbanks is detained on the set of his latest motion picture.”
The 1920s? Team Louise Brooks for sure.
She felt the same way about the news as us:
I was going to post about being really depressed but this improved my mood.
Also, since you posted it, I am reminded to again look at working on farms in Iceland and pretend I am brave enough to make such a drastic change in my life.
I figured we could all use a little Kelly Kepowski after too much of the beebs!
I don’t know how to say this so I’m just going to write the words as I feel them. You have given me a wonderful gift that I simply cannot thank you enough for. You have reminded me that I have the ability to google image search “Saved By the Bell gifs” and look through the results. Now I’ll always have the perfect gif to comment on anything as SBTB knows all human emotions. Excited. Scared. The whole gamut. You are a gentleman and a scholar!
Totally normal: your principal is on your bed. So normal.
I was on school trip to Washington DC in middle school and the principal or vice, I don’t remember, was one of the leaders. The man clearly was a dork, awkward, shy, etc. I was eating in a museum dining room and we saw him walk in with his tray of food. You know how some people are comfortable eating alone, whereas others will stand there, scanning the room, slumped shoulders, hoping they recognize someone or are invited somewhere? He was the latter. We all made eye contact with each other, took a deep breath, and waved at him. His relief sent waves across the room.
He probably dreamed of being Belding.
Also sometimes Team Turtle. Not so much Team Jessie.
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