Monday, March 17, 2014

from a coworker tonight

"When I started here I didn’t know you were gay for like two months."

"Well, you just have a very straight vibe."

"What? It’s a compliment!"

Tuesday, September 10, 2013

My junior high best friend (and the only dude I ever wanted to date even a little) freaked out about how women and minorities are ruining the military and destroying his career on my Facebook this morning.

I really knew how to pick ‘em as a preteen.

Tuesday, October 9, 2012

We live in a world in which Davey Havok is possibly heterosexual.  How is that even a thing.

Sunday, July 29, 2012

jennelf:

finished my thesis

I don’t even know what this is about, I just love “george lennon, deceased.”

Sunday, July 8, 2012

boy-bones:

???????????????????????

Saturday, April 21, 2012

digi-egg:

I think we should all take a moment and appreciate the Brazillian take on the opening credits of Digimon Adventure. Like, this is actually a real thing that happen

Thursday, April 19, 2012


Hamlet, 1996.


God, what a wretched movie.

Hamlet, 1996.

God, what a wretched movie.

Friday, April 6, 2012

martyrtotheswag:

wow my pulse literally spikes every time i think about the fact that jack white and alison mosshart actually fuck in real life and it’s canon

like

oh my god i just get all overwhelmed

WHAT

Sunday, April 1, 2012

why do i do these things i do to myself

Fucking He’s Not That Into You was just on television and the ladyfriend and I were watching it because whatever, movie.  One of the main storylines involves Jennifer Aniston (least fave!) and Ben Affleck (not least fave, but up there!) splitting up after living together for several years because he does not believe in marriage and Ms. Aniston, like all movie ladies, is Robsessed with gettin’ a ring put on it.  It is actually a pretty interesting storyline for a little while, not least because she knew he wasn’t into marriage when they originally got together and was just waiting for him to change his mind.  When they eventually reconcile she tells him that she doesn’t actually care whether or not they get married, as long as he’s willing to commit to her (which, much to his credit, he points out he’s already done).  She apologizes for not believing he wanted to be with her because of the marriage thing, they get back together and they’re happy, it’s great…

… and then he proposes.  Because he it wasn’t that he didn’t believe in marriage, it was just that he wasn’t ready.  Or was scared.  Or needed to be bullied into marrying Jennifer Aniston.  Or something.

Fuck movies.