Most under-appreciated Pulp song: Party Hard
My best drunk grocery store purchase was a bag of about 50 wooden chopsticks, just in case I ordered sushi or Chinese and they forgot to give me some for free.
It's been about four years, now, and I think I still have ten pairs left.
"Why did I believe these things about myself? Because I often went out with men who liked me because I was semi-attractive and smart and funny. I often attracted these men by pouring on the charm, appearing nonchalant, appearing devil-may-care. My goal was to mask the fact that I was an extremely emotional, thoughtful, moody, obnoxious, demanding anchovy. These boyfriends wanted to make it work because they wanted a semi-attractive, smart, funny girlfriend, not because they wanted ME."
Oh my god, YES. I've never thought about it that way before. I'm pretty much caught in the death throes of a live-in relationship because of this exact thing.
@jfruh The Peoples Poet strikes again
Forrest ALSO doesn't understand that Jenny has been molested. Did Momma not explain good touches and bad touches to her special-needs son, either? Consistent ball-dropper, that Momma.
Does New York have the brie, tomato, and basil baguette? Because that was one gratifying sandwich.
Just last night I had a dream I went on a date with Hamilton Nolan.
It is a truth universally acknowledged, that a single man in possession of good fortune must be in want of a disassembled welfare state.
"Roseanne," always. Why? Dan Conner. The best husband, father, and man ever to be presented in a sitcom.
REMEMBER THE TIME HE BEAT UP FISHER???
From the link:
"Rania Richardson, Community Media:
While I wait for another season of 'Downton Abbey,' I wouldn't mind a prequel to 'Atonement' that follows the characters in their younger years at that gorgeous estate."
It's entirely possible she missed the point.