Millennials are killing the fear of obsolescence post-boomer penned thinkpieces based on selective application of small sample-size micro-cultural trends.
It’s called “Family Reunification,” not chain migration.
[”Kimmel and Carolla’s effort as a team was probably an instance where their political differences behind the scenes helped to sharpen each other’s ideas that resulted in better output” grunt]
Is this the bad guy from the Donkey Kong Country games?
I used to watch the Best Of Will Ferrell DVDs drinking with my friends in our college dorm room. This was easily the weirdest, funniest sketch. I was always under the impression it was a dress rehearsal sketch that got cut before air, so I’m happy to hear that it didn’t. It seems like the type of sketch a…
I thought they meant this parentage:
You mean like a $99 Amazon Prime membership so you can get stuff delivered sometime this month?
I would argue with you but you’re clearly insane.
For #12, you hate Costco because you have no self control? Shouldn’t you hate yourself for that?
Not to mention it’s only crazy crowded on Saturdays, I show my card one fucking time when I walk in the door, the “organic” label can be bullshit in a lot of stores, I’ve encountered rude shoppers in TJs and it’s a far smaller store, and who the fuck goes to Costco for long-lasting furniture? That’s what furniture…
And that was a problem. Especially since it is revealed somewhere in the middle of the show’s run that the teacher knew exactly how old the girl was when he met her... because he was stalking her and her underage friends for a book. After he dated one of their underage friends. It’s disgusting. And the fact that this…
No one is up in arms about Pretty Little Liars and they’re still talking about this one 20 years later, so actually it seems like the opposite of what you’re saying is true
He said this in front of a bipartisan group of congressional leaders. Which proves not only that he’s racist, but he is a fucking moron who may be losing what little mind he once had.
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i think the maggie scene was just showing that in a small town, when something happens, everyone calls it in.
now tell us how you can't believe how the booking agent at the roadhouse gets all these big acts to come play (but don't say anything about naomi watts walking around vegas and not getting recognized by fans)
What a stunningly original observation no one else has made on these recaps.
It was impossible for me not to read Briggs' series of clues that Bobby, and only Bobby, could solve as an expression of the major's faith that the optimism and confidence of his vision — for my money, one of the best single scenes of the original series — would someday come to pass.
Actual laugh out loud from me, so thanks.
I wasn't crazy about the Giant using her yearbook picture.