No one - not Taylor Swift, or any other rich, white, conventionally attracted white woman - is entitled to a number one spot. “Blocking” and “kept out” are both phrases that implicitly give ownership or the rights of a place to someone - and Taylor Swift does not “own” the number one spot.
Many artists much greater than Taylor Swift have never had a #1 hit. Vanilla Ice has, though. Not exactly an indicator of quality or long-term success. Not that Swift’s new songs are any good, mind you.
Damn, you’re right. He calls her Mommy.
There’s a term for it (well, at least there’s a term for it in one of my friend groups, wherein we had one such couple): dopplebangers.
Sir, this is an Arby’s
I understand the criticism but as long as the show doesn’t radically change I’m OK with the episode, I just put it to the side with a few others that don’t exactly make sense. With Charlie Work they wanted a single shot focused on one actor for half the runtime, with Mac Finds His Pride they wanted half the show to be…
I initially thought, from the photo on the left, this was going to be a What We Do in the Shadows announcement.
Watching the occasional rerun I’m really struck by how horribly all of them treat Janice, a woman who is almost unfailingly nice to them. So she’s a little clingy and has an annoying laugh. Clearly she deserves to be mocked endlessly.
It almost goes without saying that Futurama would not have been as excellent without Lauren Tom. She did a great job as Amy Wong, her mother, Inez, and various others.
Amy & Kif on Futurama were a better couple than Ross & Rachel
Remind me again how many years the CPD literally obstructed and covered-up the shooting of Laquan McDonald again.
I’d be with you, if there was the same energy for prosecuting white people who commit hate crimes.
That Chicago is spending so much money to prosecute a minor crime given their resistance to doing absolutely anything about police brutality - which produces actual victims - is pretty gross.
Queens don’t hang out with sexual predators.
Going to be very hard to top Matt Frewer as the Trashcan Man. To be honest, I think he could still do it again.
*Bursts through door panting and covered in sweat*
Giant corporations should absolutely not hold contests soliciting work from artists and designers on the slim chance of compensation, or worse yet “exposure.”
Pepsi Trapper, on the other hand, was a dick.
“Bo Beep” was my favorite typo.