I did not expect this list to contain a Homeland spoiler for me.
If Jason Street had ever actually worn Crocs on the show, I would have had to stop watching. Unless Riggins came through and demolished them with some blunt Riggins wit. Hell, even Landry would've had a good go at 6 in that situation.
That looks like the bro-iest bro time that ever broed. And I actually mean that with largely positive connotations.
On “This book is a warning of how bad things can get for a single man looking for beautiful, feminine, sexy women"
I'd like to think that the whole Bang series was just buildup to this sneaky, satirical endorsement of progressive policies: people are more secure and douchebags can't get laid.
I would guess that, since "burrito" means "mule" in Spanish, "Burrito" is the nickname and "The Mule" is just translation.
BTW, I think burritos the food are so named because they were invented to be easily portable on a mule ride.
Gosling would nail it a few movies hence, as Batman is trying to deal with some rivening, morally ambiguous conflict with the Joker, his behavior subtly becoming more and more irrational and inscrutable.
Off topic: I find myself wishing for, like, 100 words from Edith Zimmerman on Katy Perry's new jam "Roar." Edith's courageous yet understated appreciation of KP became an example for my own appreciation of KP, which has proven to be an essential spiritual buoy over the last three years of my life.
Okay, back to the Lorde...
At my old job, people frequently said "cool deal," which I always thought was an uncannily sad attempt to jazz up "good deal."
And by "people," I mean my boss's boss. He was really an alright guy otherwise.
On Flaubert to Maupassant in an 1878 letter: "You complain about fucking being ‘monotonous’. There’s a simple remedy: cut it out for a bit"
I REALLY needed Flaubert to email me when I was a sophomore in college.