Thursday, December 6, 2012


Australian Woman Funny, Not Just Angry

Julia Gillard, of epic bitching-out fame, explains the imminent end of the world to us.

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The thing that makes me really angry is that actual Maya peoples have said, out loud, with words, to other people, that the world is not going to end. Maybe there will be some significant changes? Maybe 2012 will be an interesting year? But no "world ending" stuff. And they are largely ignored as the days move forward. NO, WE DEFINITELY NEED RUSSIAN AND UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS TO REASSURE US.


I'll stop being cranky and admit that I laughed at "Whether the final blow comes from flesh eating zombies, demonic hell beasts or from the total triumph of K-pop, if you know one thing about me it is this: I will always fight for you to the very end."


@PatatasBravas Well she isn't reassuring anyone, she's making fun of the idea.


I Love This!!!!!!!!!!!@n


If K-pop is the soundtrack to the apocalypse, at least I'll die happy.


What if we didn't call it an 'epic bitch-out'? Just don't love the term....


I kind of love that a woman who can make a joke like this actually runs the country I live in. ('I'll never have to go on QandA again' awesome)


@zoe I KNOW RIGHT? <3 Julia <3


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