what the fuck. →
(via girlperson) Haha. Get used to it, punk.
Instead of acting as an organic cultural touchstone, the modern meme — from LOL,...– Editor of The Onion calls for an end to memes. (via somethingchanged) (via alexjcampbell) (via ninakix) Editor of The Onion liked it better when The Onion was the only funny thing on the Internet.
girl with aspirin.: As advertised. →
Dear Old Love isn’t having the desired effect. I miss him. More than ever. But truth be told, even while we were together, even when we were skin on skin, there wasn’t a moment I didn’t miss him terribly. “Off the bat, I’ll admit I’m not really looking to date, but rather just meet someone… Hey, Tumblr: Meet the best writer on Tumblr. You’re welcome.
I’m also increasingly disturbed by the striking difference in how men and women...– Why “Mad Men” is bad for women - Mad Men - Salon.com Article recommendation, Non-Sweeping-Generalization Edition. (via slackmo) Interesting. I thought the show was lauded for its realism. So why should it depict that which is unreal? The show recreates the sexist, stupid, and ignorant culture of...
I’m also increasingly disturbed by the striking difference in how men and women...– Why “Mad Men” is bad for women - Mad Men - Salon.com Article recommendation, Non-Sweeping-Generalization Edition.
The message that many women, especially those under 40, seem to have taken from...– Why “Mad Men” is bad for women - Mad Men - Salon.com
Amazon.com says in past three months, they've sold... →
meaghano: inothernews: From the New York Times: Amazon.com, one of the nation’s largest booksellers, announced Monday that for the last three months, sales of books for its e-reader, the Kindle, outnumbered sales of hardcover books. In that time, Amazon said, it sold 143 Kindle books for every 100 hardcover books, including hardcovers for which there is no Kindle edition. The pace...
zadi: stevewoolf: I fucking love this company. mikehudack: evangotlib: If one more person uses this word or if I see it on one more agency RFP I am going to just lose it. It is an episode. It is a show. A “webisode” is not a thing. Stop it. Just stop it. Also, you can’t “make it go viral.” Next person who asks me to help them make their content go viral will get a smack. Come on...
And now Billy Bell. Which is okay.
girlwithaspirin: Three of the top 10 (and counting) knocked out due to injury. What is SYTYCD doing to these people?! I’ve already learned to read around your posts on fb. Don’t make me start doing it here.
Typical True Blood Dialogue
Bill: Sookeh, I must go, and you cannot come with me
Sookeh: Bill? Why? Why won't you tell me where you're going?
Bill: It is something I have to do. I cannot tell you.
Sookeh: Bill? Why are you always keeping secrets from me?
Bill: I am sorry Sookeh, it is one of my mysterious quirks, like not using contractions such as "I'm" and "It's". [Bill leaves]
Sookeh: Bill? Bill? Bill!
Ten minutes later
Bill: Sookeh, I have returned.
Sookeh: Bill! You're back!
Bill: Yes, and I have brought you a tube of Pringles, a Scotch Egg and a Cadbury's Caramel.
Sookeh: Bill, you...you went to the 24-hour garage down the street?
Bill: Yes. I am sorry I could not tell you why I was going to the 24-hour garage down the street to get you some snacks. It is just the way it had to be.
Sookeh: Oh Bill! You're so mysterious!
[Dave] Kindred leaves out a lot of things when you wish he’d just nail the full...– Ripping on Mitch Albom is like an old jazz standard, or The Aristocrats: It’s a standard, giddy trope that’s all about what the artist brings to the performance. Tommy Craggs is the John Coltrane, the Bob Saget of Albom buggering. (via leitch)