“Creepy as hell” somehow manages to undersell the awfulness of the cousin-marrying thing... considering that not only was she his cousin, she was THIRTEEN.
I usually don’t take too much stock in the order of lists like this because generating controversy is part of the fun. But this is honestly one of the worst lists of anything I’ve ever seen. The Wire and The Sopranos being one and two is fine, but everything else is bonkers. How could Curb Your Enthusiasm not even… Read more
All I want to know is WHAT MAKES THE SALAD DRESSING SPECIAL?
We’re here for snark - not self reflection. How dare you!
That’s why I will never, ever date a man who is still legally married, regardless of what kind of “we’re not really together anymore/the marriage is dead” crap he tries on me. Nope. Call me when the divorce is actually finalized. Actually, don’t call me, because I now know you’re a scummy cheater.
Return your cart to the cart return. Don’t be a lazybones. Propping the wheels up on a curb isn’t a valid alternative.
The moment I saw the news on Twitter, I deleted my account right after that. He’s going to turn it into another “Truth.Social”.
Delta-8 is my jam. I’m a chronic insomniac and the stuff has completely rewired my sleep. And the sativa blends provide a nice energetic high that is easily dismissed.
When Shayne is the one telling you to sit quietly, it should have some impact.
From what other contestants have said in the reunion episode and in interviews, Shake got a pretty good edit during the season and was even worse than he seems on the show.
Yea see I’m not like that at all. I have one gun in the house (as does my now-wife) but at the time I didn’t own any. This was back in like 2005-ish too. I had a great job, good friends etc. Read more
I can’t think of a single show I watch because I aspire to be one of the characters. That’s such a weird accusation.
He’s an extremely talented comedy writer
Hey, look at what happened *last friggin’ month* to Bridget Fonda after some-20 years of fading into obscurity: a fucking paparazzo figured out where she lived, *staked out her house*, and took photos of her looking like a normal middle-aged mom. She had gained a lot of weight and some of the press were rather cruel… Read more
I am more sympathetic, I guess. I think the article is about living with shame, disappointment, and fear of being judged for “letting yourself go.” Look at the recent coverage of Kelly McGillis. Well-known people are not allowed to fall into obscurity when there is news to be made for showing unflattering pictures.