“Generally, I boil a pot of water on the stove, add 3 drops of apple cider vinegar and some Himalayan pink salt. Then I dunk my face in it and keep it there for about 7-10 minutes, letting the heat open my pores and naturally drain the oils and blockages. Only if I have the time in the morning, though.”
This is one time when I am generally curious about what Marchman would have said...
I’ll be that guy.
No, not that photo. That photo is from 2006. I’m talking about this photo, from last week:
That clip from Descendants from the Sun is amazing.
It’s the end of an era. Today is Dodai Stewart’s last day as Editor-in-Chief of Splinter. She leaves the site and GMG after an indelible career as a writer, editor, and leader to do something so few of us are brave enough to try: make her dreams come true. Words alone fall short of adequately expressing our gratitude,…
Pretty American view, but I mean..... American website. The Actor absolutely fits the character.
Once, when I was on a Spirit Flight, a man when a man started having chest pains. So the flight attendant made an announcement and asked if there was a doctor on the plane.
He, like many, probably lost faith in this website after Clark the Cub failed to clear 75% in the 2014 Hall of Fame vote.
“They haven’t seen the movie!” It’s Monday, November 5, and Hari Kondabolu is already having preemptive criticisms of his new truTV documentary, The Problem With Apu, lobbed at him on Twitter. “I don’t mind discussion, I don’t mind criticism, but watch the goddamn movie, then go after it.” The Problem With Apu, which…
Read my irony :P
The spirit of Brian Cardinal will just find another host.
When Vaelanor heard the announcement of World of Warcraft Classic last Friday, he says he broke into tears. The veteran Warcraft player, whose real name we omitted because he helps run an unofficial legacy server, said he was so moved by news of an official vanilla version of Blizzard’s long-running multiplayer game,…
Thank you for this comment, I think what you wrote represents what the press was most concerned about - the lack of context. The only reason I can come up with for why marketing decided to release this segment of the game as a trailer is for its shock value, and to generate conversation/controversy.
Speaking solely for myself; I ‘taint bothered by the violence one bit. The preview just didn’t really show me anything intriguing enough to justify continuing the series after the concise, well-resolved narrative of the first one.
Yeah but still...
Solas is one of the best-written characters in video games. It’s hard for me to think of a character whose loathsome worldview is so well developed, who, even when he’s on your side, manages to be a complete piece of shit about everything. He is a such a great character that I want to strangle that dude with my bare…
Wait... he’s holding a panty in his right hand?