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I just joined a gym, and had a personal training session before work this morning. It was quite a workout for my wee birdlike limbs, and at the end I had to leave to throw up in the bathroom. Someone heard me and (I swear to God) yelled out “Sounds like you ate my wife’s cooking!” That was when I realized that the door to the men’s changing room was actually A PASSAGEWAY TO 1956.
I’m not sure about how the British understood homosexuality, but if I remember correctly, it might not be as anachronistic as you think. According to the book “Gay New York,” the most common idea about men with same-sex attraction in this period is that they were “inverts,” or men born with women’s brains. Therefore, they were pretty receptive to the idea that they were “born this way.” Whether Carson would see it that way… maybe not, but it’s not absurd.
This is an episode late, but:
In what world is “Lady Cora’s soap” a fiendishly impenetrable brain teaser of a clue? “‘Lady Cora’s Soap? Why, the only association I can possibly think of is the time that Lady Cora slipped on a bar of soap and had a miscarriage while O’Brien was attending to her. Remember? During that period when O’Brien thought that she would be fired? Now why would that have gotten O’Brien so flustered? I can’t imagine.”
Couldn’t Anna, the World’s Greatest Detective before Batman was born, have put two and zero together there?
You are missing out- this is amazing. If you really can’t stand it, try to make yourself to the end, where he adopts a British accent as an undefeatable zinger.
The girls are too young to have much of an opinion. The women in the family love it, and would never go back. The men think it was a mistake and are miserable.
It was the best I can remember. The last few years, my wife and I visited my parents for Christmas, and it was just the four of us adults. It was 10% nice to see them and 90% a total drag watching basic cable and waiting to go home.
This spring, my wife’s family immigrated from Eastern Europe. We spent our Christmas with her family this year, which meant spending all day playing with their little girls, ages 2 and 4. I love my wife very much, but I’ve never known love like I do with those girls. If we were here in person, I’d insist on showing you some pictures and then holding your head under the water until you admitted that they were the most beautiful little girls you’ve ever seen. I could have died of happiness.
I know we’re not all Redditors slapping the OP on the back, but “It’s like an entire series dedicated to those talking compost piles from Fraggle Rock” is incredibly funny.
The One Episode of Cheers Where Coach Tells His Daughter His Wife/ Her Mother Was Beautiful And She Realizes She Should Find A Man Who Loves Her Like Coach Loved Her Mother- The Motion Picture (featuring Swear Words)
Great, now I’m boy-pregnant.
The monster at the end of the book is Grover.
Could you recommend a Pete Dexter book?
Apparently pre-1930s movies were the fucking bomb, since they make of 30% of the top 10.
1) The underground prison works visually and thematically, and I’d love to love it. But it’s got a fucking pulley at the top of the shaft that would allow anyone with control of the rope to lift anyone else out of it. I understand that the jailers leave it slack when the prisoners get to the crucial jump, but the prisoners are allowed to crowd up to the jailer with the rope at will. If the prisoners revolt, they could lift each other out all day. I found that pretty distracting.
2) There is simply no way that Bruce Wayne’s alleged “bet the company” trades would have been considered valid a) after a massive terrorist attack b) after the damn cable was cut c) in violation of insider trading laws. (I’ll give them partial credit: they tried to address is by saying that Wayne could have tried to prove fraud, but it would take months. But come on.)
3) Bane’s takeover of Gotham was terrifying, and his ideological League of Shadows minions would presumably stay with him, but it’s pretty uninspiring for the common criminal, isn’t it? From the perspective of the criminals who were released from jail, or the kids who joined up in the sewers for lack of better options, it would probably be fun to raid some rich people’s houses, but a week into it, they’re trapped on an island and scrambling for rations just like the rest of the folks. Wouldn’t you be looking for some progressive new leadership?
Mark my words: this is going to come back to haunt Tripp in the 2068 primaries.
The Gingrich campaign was just a weird horrible mess, but one of the weirdest thing about it was the way that it kept pushing Calista into the limelight?
Newt’s adultery and callous disposal of his previous wives is one of the easiest things to dislike about the guy. People who don’t follow politics know that he divorced two wives, one of whom was in the hospital with cancer, after cheating with the subsequent wife. But they kept holding out Calista, like America was just going to fall in love with the helmet-haired little owlface if we just got a chance.
“Get it? From The Artist? No, wait, when the time is right, I will tell you (Italian accent) ‘with pressure.’”
My god, Independence Day was not bad- pretty good, even- but every moment that Randy Quaid was onscreen was a fucking nightmare.
Birdie and a rubber toy with peanut butter inside.
But no! He was merely…
It seems pretty different to me.
Kristen Stewart is not part of your system.
I saw his stand-up act a few years ago, and it was pretty charming.
- Everyone was nice.
- They did not, in fact, go back and forth in time- that was all special effects.
- The poop tasted awful, and actually led to a new SAG regulation that Guild members cannot be forced to eat poop. (They may still volunteer to eat poop.)
- He is deeply ashamed of losing his fights with Crispin Glover and Michael J. Fox, and of losing each subsequent rematch. At the time that I saw him, he reported that he could beat up mushrooms and limbless dogs.
- He is not a rapist in real life. However, you can catch him as a sexual harasser in the upcoming STARVING GAMES.
Or she’s reading the bottle from the special Dr. Bronner’s Soap distributed only at Liberty University.
She sounds like she’s reading automatic poetry cut from your uncle’s forwarded emails.
Is Dr. Ruth still alive? If so, Dr. Ruth gets a cameo and says “Good sex!” here.