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"Usagi Tsukino in the streets, Sailor Moon in the sheets."
Don't believe the hype: "Extra" gum has the industry-standard amount of gum per package.
RT @mashable: The New York Times called Shonda Rhimes an "angry black woman," and now they're dealing with an angry everybody: http://on.mash.to/1BUG3wt
RT @mashable: The New York Times called Shonda Rhimes an "angry black woman," and now they're dealing with an angry everybody:  http://on.mash.to/1BUG3wt
RT @desusnice: "Ayo, I did some things but that's the old me" - unnamed commissioner of football
RT @biorhythmist: Well as long as the @nfl apologizes and promises to never do it again I'm sure it will be fine.
RT @gabydunn: Guys hear me out what if the Doctor regenerated and looked like a teenage girl I kind of love it I've had a lot of coffee
It has been mooted that the Doctor has some subconscious control over his regenerations. But of course, it's all at the whim of the director who will, I suspect, always be afraid to take the Doctor in too much of a radical new direction. - Slippy
Goofus and Gallant: A Tale of Two Protagonists - http://the-toast.net/2014...
"Gallant always tries to be a likable protagonist. Goofus feels entitled to the same things you do, and that makes you feel uncomfortable. He is pathologically broken in a way that you would prefer to pretend does not exist." - Andrew C (✔) from Bookmarklet
and in comments: "Goofus cannot truly respect anyone who likes him or enjoys his company because he knows he is fundamentally garbage. A person who has such low standards must have terrible judgement and is not worthy of empathy. He pushes and pushes the boundaries of what they deem acceptable behavior until they ultimately leave him, and he is satisfied that he has been proven right,... more... - Andrew C (✔)
Clap-killing an annoying stray fly: triumph, then a fraction of a second later, "ewww".
I always go for the backhand wristflick stun. Then it's just a matter of tracking down the little blighter for a liberal application of boot. - Slippy
If I'm home, I just point my cats in its general direction. They're kept amused, and one of them is likely to actually take care of it. Spiders I try to shoo outside to (relative) safety, but flies aren't all that beneficial to the inside of my house. - Jennifer Dittrich
Except as food for the spiders that come straight back in as soon as your back's turned :-D Incidentally, the stupid (and gorgeous) dog I used to own also chased and (amazingly) caught flies. She was remarkably adept. - Slippy
RT @tobenna3: Introducing a Brave New Voice in Journalism: #GAMERGATE, the Website: If you’ve been following the ongoing shi... http://flavorwire.com/478218...
RT @tobenna3: Introducing a Brave New Voice in Journalism: #GAMERGATE, the Website: If you’ve been following the ongoing shi... http://bit.ly/1sDSKVA
‘You’re the Worst’ Finishes Its Great First Season As One of the Best Comedies on TV « - http://grantland.com/hollywo...
‘You’re the Worst’ Finishes Its Great First Season As One of the Best Comedies on TV «
"Next week, the broadcast networks will begin unveiling their dispiriting crop of new comedies, and the dominant theme for them is romance. The results would be brutal even without You’re the Worst doing doughnuts on their front lawn." - Andrew C (✔) from Bookmarklet
"On weak gruel like A to Z and Manhattan Love Story, love is treated like some sort of magical destination — Oz with granite countertops. The brilliance of You’re the Worst is that to these richly drawn, deeply fucked-up human beings, love is a terrifying side effect of actually living. By admitting this, and laughing about it so heartily, Falk and his merry band of writers are able to... more... - Andrew C (✔)
Whoever renamed TV trays to "laptop trays" was a rebranding genius.
RT @kimkierkegaard: You're the funniest person I know!!! But in your joy, I hear the laughter of despair.
RT @johncleese: Interesting question here : is it morally better to have had a 'turbulent love life',or to have been a big fan of the Nazis.Tricky one...
Poor old John. He takes the Mail so seriously, and makes himself look more than a little foolish when he gets like this. Most of us take everything we read therein with a pinch of salt. - Slippy
RT @johncleese: The DM reminds its readers yet again that I have been married a lot.I would like to remind them that during the 30s,the DM supported Hitler
DM = Daily Mail? - John (bird whisperer)
Yep. Well, or The Daily Mississippian. I'm guessing the first one. - Jennifer Dittrich
DM = Dungeon Master - Glen Campbell
RT @necrosofty: Here we have the Sweden pavilion at tgs, featuring such hit games as ikea catalog. https://twitter.com/necroso...
RT @necrosofty: Here we have the Sweden pavilion at tgs, featuring such hit games as ikea catalog. http://t.co/zOcADnEBDM
Whatever happens, the upside for Scotland is now their pundits can pontificate endlessly about "red Scotland vs blue Scotland".
Normcore is over already, right? https://twitter.com/arc315...
Normcore is over already, right? http://t.co/bptQGio6Rg
Not that I saw Doctor Who's "Blink" episode, but what about staggered blinking, one eye at a time? Seems like that would suffice.
It's been done. (I tried it and it makes me blink both eyes reflexively.) - Heather
I tried this out for a good minute or two before tweeting this and I felt relatively confident in my staggered-blinking abilities. - Andrew C (✔)
Possibly related, I did manage to train myself to do the one-eyebrow-raised thing as a kid. Though I only learned with my right eyebrow. - Andrew C (✔)
Only if you kept the Angels in direct line-of-sight. Even a micron outside of visual range would doom you. - Steven Perez
RT @nycsouthpaw: That last bullet. https://twitter.com/busines... via @TheStalwart
RT @nycsouthpaw: That last bullet. http://t.co/tXcDLoIVk0 via @TheStalwart
I ate so many salty/crunchy snacks that I need fruit now.
RT @antderosa: CNN, you never fail to disappoint https://twitter.com/burning...
RT @antderosa: CNN, you never fail to disappoint http://t.co/HjOU8qrLrH
They are working 110% to serve your news reading and viewing needs. - Joe
Meet the New blog, Same as the Old Blog — Prolost - http://prolost.com/blog/new
"[footnote 1] I despise this word ["content"], but value it as a canary for detecting evil. If someone refers to what you make as content, it’s a sure sign that they value the bucket more than what goes into it. Imagine a restaurant that served “plate content.” Ugh. " - Andrew C (✔) from Bookmarklet
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RT @gerryduggan: Huh. RT @Vikings we're proud to announce the signing of undrafted rookie Haydrian Feeterson Jr. https://twitter.com/GerryDu...
RT @gerryduggan: Huh. RT @Vikings we're proud to announce the signing of undrafted rookie Haydrian Feeterson Jr. http://t.co/CQ52aQoNRb
… ohhhh #indyref is "independence referendum", not "indie [music/movie] reference". *nod*
(Last tweet) that was the entire joke. It wasn't a typo or half-finished tweet.
RT @charlesjaco1: Here are all of researcher @ShaunKing's Tweets re:Mike Brown. Read them all, pls. click all links. If true, damning. https://t.co/uBOhhoa0Tn
Cheney as the shadow president was the worst possible adaptation of Cyrano de Bergerac.
Damn it, now I have the song "Roxanne" in my head. (Is it messed up that I have this Police song and Cyrano de Bergerac associated in my head?) - Victor Ganata
At least one person made this joke (on Twitter) before me, in 2009, and moreover recalled those debate shenanigans where it looked like Bush was wearing a wire to feed him lines. I had totally forgotten about that part. - Andrew C (✔)
Oh, yeah - that weird hunchback thing. - Jennifer Dittrich
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