Apparently chopping garlic is too time-consuming for them. Just sprinkle it for each dish!
Nope. I’m of Italian-Irish heritage, and it’s fresh garlic cloves for us. I’ve never heard of garlic powder, and it sounds gross.
I called my dad, he’s good. He and my mom are spending the weekend with visiting friends, so they have a lot going on.
Nah, it’s much better that they spend Pride month giving Rich more column space, maybe have Joan do a token piece about being trans, and straight cis women fetishizing of drag queens.
Yes, they did. They’re mocking the people who have a problem with it, and the show doesn’t sound that great to me. The dicks I don’t have a problem with, it’s more the tired “teens do drugs and have sex!” shock angle that I’m bored by. But I’m in my thirties, I’m past this. And the typical use of a Disney star wanting…
They also obsessed over John Hamm’s bulge and JES tried to assess if Seth Rogen was a “thickie” (ew).
Hell, if they actually allowed queer women who like women to have a voice on the site, they could have a Thighlights from a lesbian or bi perspective, at least balancing out the straight woman gaze of hot male soccer players.
I never noticed this when I used to work out at an old gym, but it was also because I was minding my own business, more focused on my workout than looking at guys’ crotches, and I wouldn’t care anyway.
Because Jezebel are the types to body-shame men if they have small dicks anyway.
Someone commented saying that was likely a pat response that meant “Stop being a creepy weirdo.”
It would have taken much less work to just Google it, and it wasn’t much of a mystery, judging from the quick comments of people who know gym culture or athletes.
Big deal, so can I. :) Yay for college-level French!
It reads like Joanna Rothkopf wrote it, but since she’s not at Jezebel anymore, I can’t tell who writes it.
I got that this is supposed to be satire, and making fun of French stereotypes, but even the stereotypes feel so outdated, and this feels half-assed. I didn’t even realize who exactly wrote this, I thought Kelly did. I forgot that Katie was there.
I remember that she left Jezebel to go to library school at the time, I don’t know what else happened to her.
I did find it funny when an Kotaku commenter assumed that Reeves only just now heard of the term cyberpunk, and was schooled on the fact that Reeves has been in several cyberpunk movies. Even the trailer for this game was very reminiscent of Johnny Mnemonic.
Thanks! I wanted to point out some actors who I think have been good in some films. I also used to hate Kevin Costner a lot, and I still think he’s boring in a lot of his 90’s movies, but The Upside of Anger made him way more likable to me. He’s been killing it lately in his movies, and I think he’s great in Bull…
It’s ok. I think he’s a good actor in the right role. He does well in quiet parts, as well as in sci-fi and action films. Besides that, he’s often wooden or miscast in other films.
Alba can be a very funny and smart personality, and has a contrast between having a sexy image while still keeping tight on her privacy or nudity. I like her in interviews, but that intelligence and charisma doesn’t carry well into film roles, where she comes off as bland.
Whenever she does the TV pilot roundup, I hate the “anyone I care about?” part because she has a limited scope of knowing about famous actors beyond big names, and has missed notable actors because they weren’t capital name actors. Someone called her out for missing Hayley Atwell in her show, or calling Walton Goggins…