Find Me On:
That song is my Spotify secret. I just go into a private session and repeat it (okay and maybe some others, like “One Works Better”, stop judging me).
I’m all for that idea. Joe Francis existing and profiting just really ruins my life so, lunch it is!
I bought a really hippie packed salad from a local market. Quinoa, green onions, black beans, corn, and strips of bell pepper with a big tub of hummus. I also added a strawberry protein smoothie and it was really satisfying! In case I feel too vegan and healthy later, I have parmesan cheese Goldfish crackers in my desk drawer, waiting.
I definitely appreciate it. It’s really awesome when they get stuff like this.
Lunch is catered at my work today and it’s an Indian Fusion food truck that I really like! Paneer tikka masala in a burrito and on waffle fries!! I was eating really healthy this week but obviously that is now ruined in the best way. Initially I had a strawberry red leaf salad with almonds but hahahaha now there are waffle fries.
In the Facebook meltdown, it was revealed that apparently they don’t even make the desserts, either? That’s certainly what was implied. There is nothing redeemable here. It’s remarkable.
Your friend sounds special. It reminds me of my coworkers, a lot of whom are transplants to the West Coast, linking this article “Tips for Moving to SF” and commenting they wish they’d known them. It did lead to an interesting culture shock because one tip was about how eating out was cheaper than cooking at home, because groceries are so expensive here. I felt like, well that’s true for some things but I mean I’ve lived here my whole life, and I’ve never found groceries more expensive than eating out 3 meals a day. I read their comments, and turns all the dudes [it was all dudes] just basically went to the most upscale markets they could find and gave up trying to grocery shop, thinking the import wine shops/organic markets in their trendy neighborhood were basically the only supermarkets that existed in the entire city.
Drag Race is history’s greatest television program. My loves are Jujubee and Pandora Boxx (omg who is so ridiculously cute ALL THE TIME). Latrice Royale is also amazinggggg.
No one would blame you.
In other words, I agree with you. Talk about creepy books…
This comment would mean to imply I’m on board with The Bible, which, well, I am not.
I liked it a lot, myself. I thought it was a lot of fun! I’m pretty much the exact target for these Marvel flicks, though, so maybe I’m a bad person to weigh in if you are not sold on their formula.
Really? Game of Thrones for your engagement photos? Was “The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo” too romantic for you? Good god, that creeps me out more than the public engagement videos.
The woman who plays Jane in the Keira Knightley version is stunning. I’m not sure I see the issue there.
It makes me so sad! I love him and Iron Man, why couldn’t these things work together!?
Oh hai, lilbobbytables, you’re my favorite customer!
Loki’s beautiful prison hair really inspires me to commit those giant alien army crimes against New York in hopes my hair can be half as well styled.
It’s hard not to be angry thinking about how deeply my day would be improved if I had an owl on my shoulder to keep me company while I had to sit in front of my computer and work.
I’m not sure I understand Gabe’s comment on “Catching Fire” – are you confused that it’s for kids because it’s dark? Or is it because you think the movie looks bad? If it is option one, 99% of what I read in middle school was a dystopian story; “Lord of the Flies”, “The Giver”, “The Lottery”, “1984″, “Fahrenheit 451″ – all of them read for school assignments before age 14. That doesn’t even get into novels that are super dark but not dystopian – the “His Dark Materials” trilogy was summer reading, Steinbeck’s “The Pearl” – I dunno, kids are asked to read some thematically heavy stories quite often.
If you just think it looks bad, well, I won’t be inviting Gabe to be Haymitch in my cosplay group!
Even the comments defending Greek culture are horrible. I loved the one with a huge list like, “Did you know 71% of the Forbes Most Rich Jerkwad List are all members of Fraternities? Greeks are more successful in life.” Cool defense of your society. “It increases nepotism 3000%!” Where do I sign?!
What’s weird about this as a college phenomenon to me is I would have figured far less prestigious schools would have made this happen (like say, my generic state university) but that is clearly not how it worked out. The only school around here that I know participated is Stanford, who are as snooty as possible.
I can understand being annoyed at some of the 50s macho stylings of Ron Swanson*, but I really don’t think that’s who Offerman is truly based on what I’ve read about Megan Mullally. For one thing, he’s married to a woman who is over ten years older than him, is more successful than he is, and it’s pretty open about how he would drop everything to support her work over his own (he went to every Will & Grace taping, they moved to New York for her Broadway career). He’s also constantly talking about how she’s the funniest person he’s ever known, just has total open in his respect for her work. I mean, that’s a glaring failure of a 50s macho dad on his part if that’s his goal.
* Also let’s be real, Ron in character has said, openly, in direct dialogue, that he prefers strong, successful women.
Mine is from a song by a band I was -obsessed- with in middle through high school. There are characters in the song (it’s super weird) and Capsulekei is one of them. It might be a reference to another band the guitarist admired since that band is called “Capsule” and “kei” means “in the style of” so there you go. There’s another character called “Dr Moog” so you know, the musical theory is a strong contender.