For several years, I could stand up, move slightly, etc and provoke SVT. We didn’t know what it was and at the time, the doctors couldn’t figure it out. Turns out, I had a congenital heart defect that caused it. Had an ablation and it “fixed” it. I still have the occasional trouble, however, am not hospitalized for…
Jeezus. At the time, I read about the controversy, but never listened to the song. That gif made me look up the performance.
I’ve wondered these past few years if she truly wants to perform or release music anymore or if there’s outside pressure for her to keep working. I remember a TV special years ago in which the interviewer asked her if she sees herself performing in her 50's like Madonna and she had this horrified cringe on her face at…
Anybody else remember that one dude who got calf implants? I still randomly think about him a few times a year...
Ever since the NYT published that white supremacist rant a couple of weeks ago, I take all of their articles with a huge grain of salt, no matter how legit they seem.
No offense to blobfish.
How could CK have not possibly anticipated this exact heckle at some point and have a comeback prepared?
Thanks. I hate it.
I buy from the Aerie line because you can search by material. I don’t wear synthetic materials (especially not in undergarments) and the ability to go straight to the cotton options has created a very brand-loyal customer in me (despite the fact I’m probably a good decade over their target demographic).
AND they have inclusive ad campaigns for people of all colors, sizes and disabilities. They’re awesome.
American Eagle makes nude shades for darker people and keeps them stocked!
My teenager wears almost exclusively Pink bras. They reel us in with the coupons and free panties (although she won’t let me say panties. ew, gross, mom! Can you stawwwp!). They’re styles are more athletic and practical. They’ve been good transition from sports bras.
I sincerely haven’t been to a VS probably since I was 16 and I am 33 now.
I love Aerie and I’m 35!
That’s American Eagle, not American Apparel. I made the same mistake when I first read it!
Pete Campbell did the 1970 scumbag business man look way better.
I like that picture of him on the beach with his buds, I can pick out Squi, Donkey Dong Doug, and Gang Bang Greg.
Yeah, a creepy guy in my college dorm had a giant print of this above his bed. And he was bitter that no young women wanted to date him.
What’s life without a little danger? Sink spaghetti for all!