Most of these I'm OK with, but toilets, rubbish and feet are truly horrifying. One of my big toenails falls off at least once a year, and every time I wonder why we need toenails in the first place. And then I think, well, they make feet look marginally less disgusting.
Thank goodness I didn't witness anyone pulling selfie shenanigans at my dad's funeral last month, or there might have been a case of attempted assault on an a-hole by daughter of the deceased. (That's a real criminal designation, right?)
Both great, but the biggest standout was Janelle Monae. Man, she is awesome.
@katiemcgillicuddy et al: I'm still in WTF mode over the end of last night's baseball game. I get that obstruction is a rule, but it seems kind of ridiculous. Hoping the Red Sox come back in Game 4.
The DC football guys are only losing to Denver 21-27 right now. Go Washington! Also, the Cowboys lost by one point to Detroit, whoo hoo! The Jets are also being creamed by Cinci, which I will tease my Jets-fan husband with later tonight.
@Rookie: how was the NBA game? I haven't been watching much Celts yet - it's the pre-season. It's weird to see KG and Pierce in Brooklyn unis.
@Helvetica I'll admit that Idris Elba is at least a good third of the reason I want to see the new Thor movie. 50% is Tom Hiddleston and the leftover is Kat Dennings, the awesome warrior lady, and Rene Russo being a badass.
@eraserface I now kind of wish they'd get together. He's got to be at least a little more interesting than frickin' John Mayer.
Somehow this reserved, stressed and conventional New Englander ended up in "relaxed and creative" North Carolina. Hmm. Maybe it's something to aspire to?
@Clare The worst use of "curated" I've ever heard was about some insufferable-sounding woman who had "a carefully curated group of friends." Like the people were stuffed and mounted at aesthetically pleasing points around her house.
I turned off both the end of the Pats game and the end of the baseball in disgust, only to find out later about the amazing results. The normal part of me keeps saying, Wow, this is awesome!, while the twisted-superstitious-Boston-fan part of me keeps whispering, Uh-oh, they just used up all their good mojo.
@katiemcgillicuddy et al: I just read this amazing article about Eli on Grantland.
"There may be no player in NFL history who seems more like a winner and more like a loser at the same time." WORD.
They had a countdown of the best This is SportsCenter clips on ESPN this summer, and the one with the Manning bros visiting the studio (and Peyton beating on Eli) was in the top five. The ESPN folks said that they suggested that Eli win in one of the takes, and all the Mannings just looked blankly at them, because "Peyton always wins." That made me understand them all a bit better.