Bridget Jones Diary 3: Colin Firth needs a beach house
I’m pretty sure that if that cat were eating lasagna there would be lasagna-laced cat barf all over that trampoline.
He has 1747 friends. I guess that tape really worked.
I am deeply suspicious that a 4-minute video on a chocolate printer never showed the chocolate printer printing chocolate.
I smell hoax. A hoax that smells like delicious chocolate.
I believe you mean “Me llama thisismynightmare.”
Nice “Call Her Savage” reference!
The Iron Giant
Random Facebook guy, you are my HERO.
Well, see, that’s what I was thinking. The poor little old white-haired lady, who had carefully shuffled down from her 4th-floor walkup, conserving her energy as she walked gingerly, counting the steps until she got to Hercules Fancy Grocery for her weekly quart of milk and loaf of bread…and then she gets shut out by ART.
Oh, little old white-haired lady! Don’t you know that ART is more important than your shopping or, dare I say, your life?
“This is what we’re doing with our LIVES.” –Your Boyfriend, the ARTIST.
Kathy Beth wears a lot of eye makeup for a 13-year-old dweeb.
Bill Clinton. Eliot Spitzer. John Edwards. Anthony Weiner.
Geez. I might actually have to stop having faith in the fundamental decency of politicians.
“I want my leaders to reflect the best version of society.”
Good luck with that.–History.
“FAIL.” — First Amendment.
Mickey Rooney was always trying to wrestle with Judy Garland. While Mickey Rourke and Kim Basinger were always looking for an empty barn so they could put on a show.
If he only believes in himself, he can also ride a bike!
I think this requires a cage-match where two men enter and NONE leave.
Ummm…isn’t it the band’s faux pas for beginning to play before the foreign dignitary finished his toast?
How Vocal Adrenaline got to Nationals was also confusing to me.
My reaction exactly, FLW, though I didn’t put it as eloquently as you. I believe I said, “Whoa! Lady parts!”
If she’s whoever I want her to be, doesn’t that make her a high-priced call-girl?
When I patent my ingenious method for putting toothpaste back in the tube, Mel Gibson is going to have to find a new metaphor.
An even better clip:
And, of course, Mel Brooks was just remaking the film by the great Ernst Lubitsch:
Next you have to watch Community, so you can change your Britta filter.
I love that Chris can even make April’s apathetic sister smile.