It worked out well for Thomas Dolby. Mind you, he was already blinded by science.
My new t-shirt: “I watched an hour+ of the Outlaw King and all I got was a shadowy bush.”
I’m pretty sure Jason Segel’s was real, because he said it made his mother cry and she sent an apology email to all their friends and family members.
Have you ever had to unzip a tight dress all alone? It’s fucking upsetting.
If I’ve understood mollywobbles correctly, he apparently once made a comment about overweight people while smoking. Therefore, he’s not nice and anyone sad about his suicide is trying to make him a saint. 🙄
100% this. It’s very sort of gentle to me. They seem so interested in the subjects and what their concerns and challenges are and what will ultimately work for them. I feel like there’s so much genuine listening portrayed it made me feel kind of sad that that is becoming a lost element of human interactions. Read more
Yep; I never even really saw the slogan as clunky, mostly because I never really saw it as anything other than a direct reference to the book. The book was, of course, a massive bestseller, and it had a massive impact on changing American attitudes towards sex. In that regard, the show’s use of the slogan could… Read more
Excuse me while I sing their praises for a minute— I LOVED the first iteration of this show so much, and was disappointed to see that they got a whole new cast with younger men. However, this show is so much more positive than the last one. I guess both are progressive products of their time, and V1 was fantastic in…
I agree that this is a really clunky slogan that doesn’t make much sense, but I think it’s supposed to be a reference to the book/movie “Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Sex* (*But Were Afraid to Ask)”. It’s still pretty clunky but maybe makes a little more sense in that context?
Oh, the WORST.