I tell you what, *this* 40-year-old suburban mom has made her little kids sit in the Highlander with her, strapped in their carseats in the driveway, till she finished listening to of a number of these songs, very loud, on Sirius's Lithium (90s alternative) channel. Oh Mazzy Star, I'll never ever be over "Fade Into You." On a related note: There really should be more songs about happily day-drinking with strangers while the workday world goes on around you.
By Gulfie on The Instant-Watch Pie
Absolutely, 100% accurate.
I parted my hair in the middle until I was working at my first real job and the hairdresser was like, let's just move your part over like a half-inch or so" - LIFE-CHANGING. I've never gone back.
The day I started parting my hair on the side on a suggestion in YM magazine was the day I became a woman.
By Emby on Little Miss Misandrist
@hands_down If you'd been paying attention, you'd have written "I had two young sons."
I'm supposed to believe that the flashing of an arguably obscene [arguably just childish] gesture by a highly paid performer at a SuperBowl halftime show is "punk"?
"You keep using that word. I do not think it means what you think it means."
Fuck you Geoffrey.
By Lu2 on Interview with Dr. Susan Robinson, One of the Last Four Doctors in America to Openly Provide Third-Trimester Abortions
"What do you hope people come away with after seeing the film, or reading this?"
"I really hope that they'll understand that these late abortion decisions are carefully made by these women. They have been thought out, wrestled with, agonized over. They are never casual. And the need for late-term abortions will never go away."
By Jinxie on Interview with Dr. Susan Robinson, One of the Last Four Doctors in America to Openly Provide Third-Trimester Abortions
To all you god botherers coming here from Facebook to preach your lies at us, I got only on thing to say:
By lovelettersinhell on Interview with Dr. Susan Robinson, One of the Last Four Doctors in America to Openly Provide Third-Trimester Abortions
@Masha Bean@facebook You get that not everyone believes in God, and that many people that do believe in God have entirely different perspectives on his or her views than you, right?