I make comic books and listen to pop music and get sad a lot. I would add "I kiss boys" but the fact that I often don't is what I'm getting sad about.
On People Who Danced Onstage at Madison Square Garden on Saturday While Prince and Sheila E Played 'A Love Bizarre'
Also, I just want to say that Sherri Shepherd was the only one up there dancing the way you SHOULD dance when you're on-stage at a Prince show, i.e. WITH ALL YOUR MIGHT. John Leguizamo was probably #2. No pun intended, Leguizamo haters! Everybody else was really half-assing it. PRINCE AND SHEILA E ARE DOING "A LOVE BIZARRE," PEOPLE. ACT LIKE YOU KNOW.
If The Awl was ever to add a pageview-optimizing slideshow section, I would sincerely hope it would be for things like this.
The obvious solution to this problem is a bright, well-illustrated children's book featuring all 70 of these taboo words. This could be an important resource for adults as well. Freelance writers & artists, start pitchin'.
Yeah, I strongly second the nomination for Man Troubles as a category. Something to consider for the 2011 rankings.
Look, I'm sorry to blow this off, because a massive amount of effort went into this and it is a topic DEEPLY IMPORTANT TO OUR SURVIVAL AS A NATION, but I am not going to stand, or sit down, or whatever, for this shoddy treatment of Beyoncé, whose name, I feel honor-bound to point out, contains an accent aigu. Clearly you did not spend B-Day (September 4th, DUH), watching THE BEYONCÃ‰ EXPERIENCE on DVD like I did, or you would understand that she really is a deeeee-VUUUHHH and that you are giving her a deeply unfair rap. I am just saying. I am just saying, is all.
I know the numbers don't lie or whatever but a real diva understands that if the numbers put you anywhere other than number 1, THE NUMBERS LIE.
At least he works out so he doesn't get chubby.
It's a shame which one is in politics and which one is in, uh, gyms, because the one who's in gyms would be much more entertaining as a politician. And the politician looks like he could stand to work on his shoulders.
So can I ask a question that never seems to get answered in these stories? What did this all actually COST you? The endless bags, the laundry, the exterminator? It seems like there's no way to get away from these things without dropping something like $800, which is potentially ruinous to most of us young broke New Yorkers.
This, Liz, is magnificent.
The commas could also be removed there and it would still remain true. MORE LIZ COLVILLE PLEASE
On Listicle Without Commentary: 21 Songs That Prove 2010 Has Been A Startlingly Good Year For New Music So Far
The man's not entirely wrong. Please do page me when Sleigh Bells release their equivalent of "Sex Room," though.