I think Metropolitan is the antithesis to Gossip Girl.– Whit Stillman [gothamist] (via sciencevsromance) i love metropolitan. and gossip girl. i’m so complex.
A million followers nice. What would you like to see more of from this feed?...– via the White House Twitter Stream How do you NOT love an administration that can intelligently reference The Cow Bell???? This brought a tear to my eye. (via zatoism)(via apsies) (via librarianpirate) (via vindicatedcommunications) (via enjoli)
RIP Ted Kennedy.
Ted Kennedy Dies of Brain Cancer at Age 77.
nate makes rad videos.
It’s hard to believe that 15 years have passed since Backstreet Boys redefined...– Backstreet Boys website (via extrafirmhold) (via jermainia) LOLLERSKATES! (via enjoli) apparently they forgot about new kids on the block, new edition, the jackson 5, shit - even the beatles…all “boy groups” who “redefined the modern musical landscape”....
111. Dear Don Draper, I have just about no...
the return of mad men means the return of what would don draper do? which means the return of AWESOME. whatwoulddondraperdo: I’m not beholden to the Q&A format here, but this is a statement capped with a question mark. A mark that underlines your problem. Slow down and practice privately. Start with the ‘question’ above: when you can conduct your correspondence with clarity of thought,...
sarah, you are a genius. sh: FWIW, putting things in the dryer doesn’t make it pill or fall apart. The crappy detergent you use makes it pill and fall apart. If you have nice things you want to preserve, splurge on the fancy detergent for delicates! It will prolong the life of your clothing tenfold. And use Woolite on your bath towels and you’ll be surprised how little they pill and fade. ...
enjoli: I don’t want to put nice things in the dryer because I can’t afford to replace them. I don’t want to put cheap stuff in the dryer because then it pills. totes m’goats! another reason: i don’t want to put things in the dryer because they might shrink & then i would be sad. post-clothing shrinkage depressive disorder is real, y’all.
2009 MTV Movie Awards | MTV.com l Best Video (That... →
a list of videos of bygone days that i guess didn’t win moonmen in their respective years of eligibility. BUT NOW THEY’RE BACK. to have people who weren’t even born when they originally aired vote on them. w00t! can i just remark that ALL of these videos are ten friggin’ thousand times better than 95% of what was nominated this year? does anyone even care about the VMAs...
indierawk: Junior Boys - Hazel. “It’s true I...
Birdmonster in disguise? Naah, just Oxford...
asongaday: Please Visit Your National Parks by Oxford Collapse Download now or listen on posterous 02 Please Visit Your National Parks (Album).mp3 (7837 KB) Last year I went to hear one of my favorite bands, Frightened Rabbit, and the opener was a band named Oxford Collapse. They sounded SO similar to Birdmonster (another one of my favorites) that I had to...
kandi needs to stay off those damn blogs.
amiright?!? i also wonder - is the atlanta social scene such that people have entire blogs dedicated to them??? which damn blogs is she talking about?
Performing Relationships Online
alicetiara: Going through my 200+ pages of fieldnotes. “It’s etiquette to take pictures of people and put them online— that’s what we do to be nice to each other.” Girl in Nick & Melissa’s SXSW panel I’m thinking about performing relationships online: in FB, Tumblr, on Twitter: how do we acknowledge friends? Boyfriends/girlfriends/sex partners/whatever? What violates this? There was a...
If women aren’t jealous of you, talking about you and cutting you down, then...– Heidi Montag presented without comment. (via mariadiaz) Oh dear lord, it gets WORSE: Spencer: Believe me, to Christian America you’re naked in these pictures. Heidi: That’s probably why I haven’t told my dad yet. They’re a little behind the times where he lives in Colorado, but he’ll find out...
kfan: maura: hortenseg: dream- “This Is Me” ...
Rich Dicks from Nick Kroll and Jon Daly - Video →
inthesaddle: This is amazing. omg totally! i saw this the other day & almost died. of awesome. the best is how they never look at anyone when they’re talking. wendddyyyyyyy!
On Health Care
inthesaddle: katoleary: hortenseg: When I was 22 years old, I was very, very sick. My insurance company, the one my father had worked for for 20+ years, mind you, refused to cover my intensive inpatient treatment for anorexia nervosa b/c they felt, after I had eaten my breakfasts for 5 days in a row, that I was cured. Never mind that my heart rate was 43bpm, or that my mind was completely...
coolgenius: I GOT SOUL, I’M SO WASTED. the...
my pants are tight & that's okay.
me: i am sitting at my desk w/ my feet up
me: I RULE
me: bill just called me captain casual
(approx 2.5 mins later)
me: now i've moved to the futon
bf: might as well take your pants off at this point
me: well, they *are* awfully tight...
The Different Kinds of People that There Are -... →
turkeydinner: I’m not sure I’ve ever laughed this much at something in a weekly rag. Go Portland! My highlights: People Who Care About “Tweet” Being the Verb Form of “Twitter” and Have Opinions About its Usage This includes people who think you should say “tweet” when you talk about the activity associated with Twitter and people who think you should just use the word “Twitter.” Both...
international BFF friday afternoon IM hilarities.
wes: ...although twitter's been acting funky since the whole blow-up yesterday.
me: you're acting funky since the blow-up! :P
wes: that's what she said?
me: well played?
wes: the intern here has been saying that all week.
me: and it make you think of me?
wes: it's addictive and like...self-frustrating.
me: that's what she said!
me: dude. that was a good one.
Inside the Beltway - Washington Times →
the washington times interviewed my friend burton about the kenyan birth certificate generator that he created! internetz famous! haha. (side note about the article - wtf washington times, you don’t know how to use hyperlinks? shame shame.)
company of thieves - “oscar wilde” ...
enjoli: sistermarymartha: When I was younger, I always wanted dimples. I thought it was the height of something… I never realized that I had them. For me, it was because my mother had them and because she was so beautiful and everyone always talked about how beautiful and elegant she was and I thought if I had them, I’d be beautiful and elegant too and I wanted to have something in common...