I’m not big on expensive beauty products or make up or any of that stuff, but someone gave me one of these, so I’ll let you know if I look 5 years younger tomorrow morning.
The best intervention of all time is on A&E right fucking now. Turn it on. Now.
That or she’s really stupid about where she hides her bags of blow.
I made the mistake of going to the grocery store hungry.
I even had a panic attack.
Call us on the air (201-209-9368) this Friday from 6 to 7pm (EST) and add to our denial list. Listen in on WFMU 91.1 (NYC area) or WFMU.org (we both know you want to).
- Eric Massa
- Holocaust deniers
- the climate-change deniers, probably
- the cast of The Jersey Shore
- big banks
- playa hatas
- Dick Cheney
- Andy Cohen
- fat girls who wear really tight clothes
Shut Up, Weirdo: The Man Can’t Bust Our Chit-Chat.
Do they not have jobs? Aren’t they too young to drink anyway? And isn’t it illegal to drink beer on the street?
If my child ever turns into one of these people, she/he is going to boarding school, and it’s not because I think it will better them, but because I would just rather not be around a child like that.
Also, the next fat ass nasty drunk dude who hollers at me on the street is going to get kicked in the balls.
Here’s an excellent time-waster: For its retrospective of performance artist Marina Abramović, New York’s Museum of Modern Art has put a live-feed video camera in its cavernous atrium to let us watch an on-going performance piece.
For the 11-week duration of the exhibition, starting just before the museum opens each day and continuing until just after closing, Abramović sits in a wooden chair at a small table. Visitors, one at a time, sit in another wooden chair opposite, and the artist and the viewer stare at each other. The artist’s chair is padded.