Find Me On:
It is seriously great. I also love Superego and own their Journeymen record (and recommend it) so this episode was basically primed for me.
I wrote a whole thing about how I was bummed and would miss you and I think SPINMedia ate it, those jags, but I also posted this new Andy Daly podcast which made me slightly less bummed because it’s very funny (to me, maybe you):
Also, there was a thread on the old posts about twitters and stuffs but maybe we could post more here too, if you guys want. For friendship. My twitter is @Ms_Messica and my tumblr is jessica-messica.
I’m honored it could come from me.
If we need someone to watch every episode of Murder She Wrote and write recaps, I am up to the task, you guys. Just ask me, don’t be embarrassed.
CLOONEY PRANKS ANISTON: Self-destructive star can’t stop pranking, spirals out of control -National Enquirer next week
Basically the best we can hope for with the death of Clooney is that he basically recreates the plot of The Crying of Lot 49.
Clooney steps out: star looks forlorn about not being a father while headed to plan next prank, girlfriend claime she left him because of pranking in exclusive interview. Finds comfort in old pal Aniston: Love on the horizon? – National Enquirer
We all have to mail Videogum our pants.
I mean, it would make me feel better, to know Kelly followed her bliss and everything.
I don’t know where my text went, but that’s the “I like Kools” outtakes from The Master.
Nyquil of the Living Dead
Don’t worry, soon we’ll all hate Jennifer Lawrence instead.
Jinger (ugh) is the willful Duggar daughter.
I don’t know why I find it so amazing, exactly? But my favorite running thread from last season in Liz and Liz is that when Liz wants to be passive aggressive to Liz Kroll casually throws in references to Jenny Slate’s Liz letting guys cum on her stomach. Maybe because it’s so filthy to say out loud and it’s just slipped in so casually into these backhanded compliments? But uncontrollable laughter every time.
There is. Jinger (oy) has become the patron saint of the bitching about quiverfull people in internet forums movement.
This was not supposed to be a reply to you flanny, sorry.
LOL All your beta male friend types are going to be raging about Joaquin Phoenix getting snubbed, and he’ll be all boning his teenage DJ girlfriend and happy he doesn’t have to wear a tie.
Yeah, I have been on a real hot roller/wrap dress kick since I saw it. She looked flawless. And Bradley Cooper was on the list of “blandly handsome actors whose faces I can’t stand because I’m petty” but the perm rods alone won me back somehow. I get it, the whole Cooper thing.
Wait what? I always assumed everyone’s mom used it because it was like a 70′s hold over! You’re blowing my mind right now. What did they use in the 70′s?? (I also learned this week that in the 90′s when they told us we could help the earth by not using aerosol hairspray? The stuff in aerosols that hurt the ozone was banned in the 70′s and aerosols were safe. They were using us as a scapegoat for pollution, and we all had bad hair because of it. Hairspray and I are really evaluating our relationship together right now, is what I’m saying.)
Biggest snub was for the Hair and Makeup for American Hustle. What of the expertly applied hot rollers? The delightful perm rods? That masterpiece of a comb over, architecturally fabricated upon the head of a man we know to actually have good hair? The L’oreal Elnet budget alone?
Awards shows are a total sham, you guys.
Your movie would have been good if Steven Soderbergh made it.
Hugh Hefner has set aside places for them at his annual feminist hero dinner, I’m sure.