Shorter Excerpts (From A Work In Progress)

texnessa:

whiskeysandwords:

…yeah, i’m going to need a box of a thousand please.

Ditto. I would actually add please. Just to be extra cunty.

I would go with either “kindly” or the Kids In the Hall: Brain Candy-referencing “but respectfully,” on mine.

texnessa:

whiskeysandwords:

…yeah, i’m going to need a box of a thousand please.

Ditto. I would actually add please. Just to be extra cunty.

I would go with either “kindly” or the Kids In the Hall: Brain Candy-referencing “but respectfully,” on mine.

semensperms:

Vicent Price - Devil On His Shoulder

semensperms:

Vicent Price - Devil On His Shoulder

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party-wok:

tobeyoung:

Ryan covered Danzig’s “Mother” last night.

Yesssssss

Dude needs to book a fucking Atlanta show nowish.

Flatulence humor

citationneeded:

A Dutch oven is a slang term for lying in bed with another person and pulling the covers over the person’s head while flatulating, thereby creating an unpleasant situation in an enclosed space.

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Abbott and Hockey have achieved what many thought impossible: a true consensus. Unfortunately for the coalition government, the consensus is entirely against them. The Abbott government’s agenda has been driven by three major claims, all of them economic in nature. Let’s see how economists view these three themes:

1) There is a budget emergency Number of economists who agree: zero

2) The federal government has a debt crisis Number of economists who agree: zero

3) Carbon pricing is an economic wrecking ball Number of economists who agree: zero

Tony Abbott achieves the impossible: unity among economists | Warwick Smith | Comment is free | theguardian.com (via isay)

He really ought to just come out and say “I’m proposing this shit budget because it’s what conservative cunts in the UK and USA would do,” because that would at least have some semblance of truth. See also: if Abbott just announced “I self-pleasure myself to copies of Margaret Thatcher’s economic policy.”

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I have not really well-thought-out thoughts on the Scottish Independence Vote coming up this fall, but here’s Karen Gillan with some Scottish colloquialisms that barely sound English to mine ears.

brevetcaptain:

englishprof:

David Foster Wallace’s “Consider the Lobster” is a suggested search result for “best essays of all time.” Hell yeah.

'Lobster' is good, but I think his best is 'Supposedly Fun Thing.' The Federer essay is right there too.

It’s not even the best essay in that essay collection. It’s not bad, but it’s not his best. It’s like saying “Westward the Course of Empire Takes Its Way” is his best long-form fiction. 

brevetcaptain:

englishprof:

David Foster Wallace’s “Consider the Lobster” is a suggested search result for “best essays of all time.” Hell yeah.

'Lobster' is good, but I think his best is 'Supposedly Fun Thing.' The Federer essay is right there too.

It’s not even the best essay in that essay collection. It’s not bad, but it’s not his best. It’s like saying “Westward the Course of Empire Takes Its Way” is his best long-form fiction. 

hikergirl:


This year marks the 30th anniversary of Ghostbusters’ theatrical release, so this epic embroidered Ghostbusters sampler by Tumblr user andthenshewaslike is awesomely appropriate!
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(via Ghostbusters Embroidery Sampler | MAKE: Craft)

hikergirl:

This year marks the 30th anniversary of Ghostbusters’ theatrical release, so this epic embroidered Ghostbusters sampler by Tumblr user andthenshewaslike is awesomely appropriate!

[via Ponder Pants]

(via Ghostbusters Embroidery Sampler | MAKE: Craft)

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Can’t even think of working on a paper tonight without it.

Can’t even think of working on a paper tonight without it.

(Source: i-am-a-teenage-anarchist, via celeste-boldlygoes)