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Tatiana Danger
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Mar 25 2016
31

You know, I’m a guy. I like girls, and am even married. Guys just don’t do it for me. Not my bag. Read more

Mar 25 2016
35

I am going to provide absolutely zero useful commentary here, and say that god, I find Jeffrey Dean Morgan embarrassingly attractive. (Even from behind, even when he’s wielding Lucille.) I can’t even figure out if he’s a decent actor or not, which is the ridiculous thing.

Feb 15 2016
668

A Supreme Court justice, ideally, is not a Democrat or a Republican but rather someone who can impartially evaluate complicated legal issues irrespective of politics. Read more

Sep 17 2015
3

The Bohrok were the coolest Bionicle enemies, hands down. Ball forms, jutting head attack that retracted, and an “evil mask” system to rival the Toa’s masks! Read more

Sep 16 2015
18

I was a massive Bionicle fan back in the day, and to be honest I think this new villains line is kind of bad. The colour schemes are garish, the designs are barebones (and not in a good way) and while it’s nice they seem to be using less specialised elements earlier villains like the Barraki were far better looking. Read more

Sep 16 2015
9

As someone who used to play with the original line of Bionicle (I still have them somewhere in my closet), I find the rebooted Bionicle bad. I know that a few years back they did a "Legends" series that was a bunch of old models re-released and that was extremely dissapointing too. It's sad, but I thought it would end Read more

Sep 15 2015
110

Sometimes I fantasize about having an extra room all to myself and how I would decorate my “lady cave.” It would have a velvet couch, lacquered walls, sparkly textiles, a chandelier hanging from the ceiling, and a Champagne fridge.

Sep 15 2015
112

Elsewhere, Cattrall is pretty happy with the way her life has gone. She’s painted her bedroom pink and sleeps in the middle of her king size bed where she farts and snores as she pleases. Isn’t that what we all want? Read more

Aug 31 2015
1

Can you guys wake me up when somebody does one that includes Lee Pace's eyebrows?

Aug 30 2015
1

I got a giant bin of lego passed down to me from my four siblings when I was little. That was the best. I would make cities.

Aug 30 2015
4

It’s clear that you don’t “do Legos” as you said in another post. Real Lego builders do not paint, cut or glue the logo pieces together. Only very large sets sometimes need glue, but even for those the real builders will find a way to do without it.

Aug 30 2015
7

I am very afraid for you. My parents gave me a 180 piece set when I was 5... and one thing led to another and now I’m an engineer.

Aug 30 2015
6

It’s a reference to the Hobbit film trilogy and the fact that about 2/3s of it was junk that wasn’t needed.

Aug 29 2015
1

Honsetly, you probably could. But the bigger concern is space. I live in a tiny apartment and could never have something that big. Also, tools. You would probably need all sorts of workshop tools, like dremels and paint and glue and all that.

Aug 29 2015
4

I gave my daughter a 180 piece set this week, that I had to assemble myself.. It took me three hours, and by the end, I was sweating like I had spent all my morning at the gym. This man is admirable.