on Game of Thrones audio commentary, again. -
oh my god
So the director, Michelle Fairley, and Richard Maddon do the audio for “The Rains of Castamere” obviously. Michelle Fairley hadn’t seen the episode so when she recorded the audio commentary, it was her first time seeing it. (Christ!) And at the last minute or two, everyone goes silent….
You and your mom are hillbillies, this is a house of learned doctors. — Step Brothers
When people talk about how Lupita is “articulate,” … the lady has an MFA from Yale and speaks 4 languages. Maybe you’re just racist. — Twitter / diannaeanderson (via azspot)
When you’re a lady and you kick the toilet seat down in a public restroom and it’s sounds exactly to the intro to Bel Biv Devoe’s Poison.
I don’t so much “eat” a grapefruit, as I completely devour it in an intense and disgusting fashion until all that’s left are tiny withered pieces of pulp that resemble the poor unfortunate souls.
Why Did the Woman Cross the Road? Three Modern Revisions -
Knock-knock, beats the hand at her door. The girl sighs and remains seated on the couch. It is Saturday night, her roommates are out, and she wants only to slurp reheated ramen while watching Buffy battle hell-demons on Netflix. She is alone, but she is not lonely. The knocking continues. Buffy roundhouse kicks a vampire in the chin. Still, the girl does not rise; she simply shifts her weight from one couch cushion to the next. As Buffy is in mid-jump, arm raised, stake poised above the vampire’s chest, the girl pauses the screen and moves towards the kitchen. She is placing her bowl of ramen in the microwave when the knocking starts again. “Who’s there?” she finally calls. But the knocker does not seem to hear her, no reply comes. The microwave beeps hurriedly, and she returns to the couch. Buffy stakes the vampire, his body quickly reduces to dust. The sound of footsteps dissolve down the hallway, away from the girl’s apartment, and the knocking stops. She does not wonder about it again. Doesn’t even think to mention it the next morning when her roommate asks her about her night.
Eerily similar to real life.
Groin Gazing | VICE United States -
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Super-dupe into this.
Deep thoughts during this mornings commute