Keep in touch with us, Kelly. And thanks.
I’m actually less sure that she’s real now that I know that she knows I’m not sure that she’s real.
I still feel that the curls on his forehead pose a far greater danger to humankind than any little baby ever could.
I’m having the same problem! And I’ve been trying to come up with another Home Movies reference that will make me laugh every time I think about it, but I’m drawing a blank. Pfft.
I was thinking about recapping Antiques Roadshow? Because that’s definitely a better thing to do with my time than leaving my apartment to be around other people? And because I like Antiques Roadshow.
I don’t know why this was a reply? Whatever, we’re all in mourning
I really love this iteration of Moriarty and am excited that he’s coming back again. I mean, Sherlock’s big death turned out to be fake, why can’t Moriarty’s? Of course, he probably is really dead/this is all just stuff he planned before he died, but I’m going to keep hoping. A thing I really like about this show is how sensible it is about the burden of certain kinds of intelligence on a weird, dorky kid as that weird, dorky kid tries to act like a functional adult in the world.
Overall, I thought the season was weak. I don’t like Sherlock becoming more human. I seriously thought the show was ruined before it was explained that he didn’t actually have sex with that nice lady. The third episode bought me back on board, though the plot holes were like plot canyons (ha).
I am tiring of the defensiveness about whether or not John and Sherlock are gay. They clearly have a homoerotic relationship and it’s honestly looking more and more homophobic the angrier John stays about it. Homoerotic relationships, like gay sexual relationships, are totally fine and okay, even when they’re between straight guys! They love each other, it is not a big deal or even that weird (Mary obviously is cool with it, so why aren’t we supposed to be?) I wish the conversation with Irene Adler (“I’m not gay” “Well, I am”) had been the last we heard for a while.
I hadn’t seen Gabe’s Vlog before! What was I even doing with my life?
This is still just the most perfect picture.
Seconding this; I’d be happy to produce at least a recap a week, assuming I turned out to not be bad at it.
Got sick -> hid in house all the time -> watched a ton of vampire movies and tv shows -> needed to read mockery of said vampire movies and tv shows -> found one of Gabe’s True Blood recaps -> The End.
You guys! The Hackathon (ha) I went to this weekend had lots of leftover food, so I’m accidentally eating potato chips at the same time as the superbowl! I’m like a Real Person!
They’re called “Littles.” You probably don’t want to google it.
I actually just did a training for the hospital system which included a segment on the protocol for baby-abandoning. I did not pay much attention because I am essentially a philosophy student and not a night guard in the ER, but my understanding is that there are special legally neutral tables which allow babies to be abandoned without guilt, but you can’t touch the baby at the wrong point in the process or suddenly it’s all finder’s keepers and you/the hospital is stuck with a baby forever. Pretty sure that’s how the law works in PA?
“If I was hosting the Nickelodeon Kids Choice Awards, it wouldn’t have went down like it did. There would have been a lot of slime in that first-class audience.” – Mark Walhberg, in his application to be master of ceremonies
I really wish they would just coordinate and send all the admissions responses on the same day. This thing where I just have to hang around pretending to pay attention for the next couple of months while my life is decided elsewhere and everyone’s super casual about when they expect to respond to my applications? This is not a good thing.
Which is to say: empathy + good luck, this is awful, probably everything will turn out fine in the end.
“You’re a weirdo” – woman filming herself taunting her sleeping pet
Last night I watched a War Horse press junket interview with Hiddleson & Cumberbatch. Towards the end, Cumberbatch provides a couple minutes’ fairly nuanced analysis of the pervasive use of horses on the battlefield despite technological innovation. Hiddleson then says “You can’t even imagine what 8 million horses looks like. I mean, you wouldn’t fit 8 million horses on a football pitch. Not even two. It’s just staggering.” I love them both now because one is brilliant and one is a huge, adorable dope, though I won’t embarrass anyone by saying which is which.
Careful! My second click brought me to Vin Diesel making close up, sideways licky faces, an image I may never recover from.
If I ever need to suicide, cat cafe anaphylaxis might be the way to go.
AHHH I block out the memory of that movie (which yes, is pretty underrated) because the Jake Gyllenhaal character is literally named Holden Worther and I just can’t, nope, no way
I did two things on the very long list of things I really should have been doing in December! I am an adult! Then I watched Sherlock and avoided my friends. Pretty normal day, really.
I tried to find you a blingee, but I guess I am too old to understand how the internet or computers or words work anymore, so please enjoy this google image that I am now concerned is kind of racist.