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On The Best Time I Learned My Last Name Means Blow Job

@likearollingpin

Not overthinking it. That line was absolute perfection.

Also, I know a guy named Richard Holden III, and his father goes by Dick.

Posted on January 16, 2014 at 9:36 am 0

On Frosting or Icing? Firefly or "Peenie Wallie"? Brew-Thru, Beverage Barn, or "I Have Never Heard of This Concept"?

@dotcommie
I am an Air Force brat, and I thought I could punk it too. But it nailed me as coming from New York and Michigan, where my father and mother are from, respectively.

Posted on September 19, 2013 at 11:35 am 0

On A Controversial Graphic Design Project for the Homeless

@iceberg
I'm a graphic designer too, and ... yeah. The interviews help, and I get the idea of making the homeless more visible, but I think this makes them more visible TARGETS. Like Heat Signature says below, people are going to think that if they have enough money for a sign, why do they need money from me?

Posted on August 21, 2013 at 12:27 pm 3

On The Abridged Mean Girls

I love that he's wearing a pink shirt... I bet this video was recorded/posted on Wednesday.

Posted on August 8, 2013 at 12:54 pm 2

On Behind the Scenes at Camp Gyno, the "Best Tampon Ad in the History of the World"

I'm glad it's very quiet at work today. I can't stop crying with laughter here. AND, the camp gyno could easily be my daughter, same look, same attitude.

Posted on July 31, 2013 at 3:25 pm 0

On Weird Boyfriends and Height Differences

@S. Elizabeth

My husband has a tendency to leave things on the top of the refrigerator... it's like a counter for him. Drives me crazy.

Posted on June 26, 2013 at 10:23 am 1

On Weird Boyfriends and Height Differences

@Miss Maszkerádi

I am 5'1" and my husband is 6'5", so yeah, fifteen inches height difference. His arm is the same length as my leg! Really no serious issues in the 22 years we've been together. I make him sit down when I really want him to look me in the eye, and I tend to wait on the bottom step when I want a really good kiss. It all works out. In the bedroom, we know what works and what doesn't, and pillows are extremely helpful. I love reading romance novels that have a tall man and a tiny woman, and I can tell the writer really hasn't thought about the logistics of it all; I'll be thinking there's no way! she can't do that while that's happening, all she'll get is a mouthful of chest hair!

Posted on June 26, 2013 at 10:22 am 1

On Interview With a Person Who Thought She Was Reincarnated

@Miss Maszkerádi
My oldest son would talk about his "other family" all the time when he was around 4, usually as a way of trying to get something he wanted: my other mommy would let me have another cookie, my other daddy let me play in the street, etc. It got to the point that his preschool teacher called me in for a meeting, and chided me for not letting her know that my son was adopted and had come from such a devastating situation. Apparently he had convinced her that his "other family" had died in a fiery car crash.

Posted on May 15, 2013 at 2:54 pm 2

On All the Songs Featured on the Soundtrack of the 1982 Film Adaptation of "Annie," Discussed

@janbrady agh! I did not see yours before I posted above. How about this... the pregnant girl from "Summer School" (Kirstie Alley, Mark Harmon)is also an orphan, and so is Martika.

Posted on March 20, 2013 at 2:14 pm 0

On All the Songs Featured on the Soundtrack of the 1982 Film Adaptation of "Annie," Discussed

I watched this just last night! with my 9yo daughter, who promptly decided that "Being a mom is really hard. I'm just going to get orphans, they already know how to clean". Hmmm, not quite the takeaway lesson I was hoping for.

Posted on March 20, 2013 at 2:09 pm 4