nwnoodle: Okay this is my super cool new lip balm. I had to make a video to show just how neat it is. It is also USDA certified organic, which is awesome because I don’t use nasty chemical shit on my skin anymore. I also checked all the ingredients, and they are a-ok. Ladies and gentlemen, I present to you Mare Bear
New York Knicks is short for 'knickerbockers', lol →
PS If you guys are on Twitter.. Dictionarycom is the best to follow. Did you know that a zedonk is the offspring of a zebra and a donkey?
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I wanna succeed, but I’m down to fuck up
Cyrus, the modern Oedipus →
‘Freud and Oedipus underscore the dark humor of Cyrus.’ Got a lotta laughs out of this movie but my god did I fucking hate Cyrus. What a little shit.
Naked man on the 405 →
Has anyone gotten to see this guy?? Thanks @terryriley!
How to not be a square
I often reflect on people that I know and don’t hang out with (such as Facebook friends that I would never call) and how worthless to me they are. I don’t mean worthless as a person - I know they love and are loved, and probably are perfectly nice people - I just mean how boring, typical, and uninteresting I find them. The forced inside jokes, the huge gatherings trying to reunite...
I threw up all over my front porch while trying to open my front door with my...– Results (my best friend) of this year’s July 4th festivities (aka Armageddon). Everyone was so drunk it was actually fucking stupid — but isn’t that what America is all about?!!!
WHAT I'VE BEEN READING
And my impression of each, in one sentence: The Edible Woman (by Margaret Atwood): Yet another novel that completely disproves Atwood’s staunch claim that she is not a feminist; well-written prose nicely offsets the semi-typical plot (single woman becomes engaged has affair is unhappy ends engagement is fine) for a satisfying read. Grendel (by John Gardner): A retelling of Beowulf (the...