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Glad they didn’t forget the hispanic people. Or the all people.
It’s a real ad that’s supposed to be kind of a parody. But it misses the mark, no?
Or is it awesome? I can’t tell.
Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: jesus, let's move to florida and get these plates, sunshine state
So there’s a minor uproar currently going on about the latest proposed Florida vanity license plates, which depicts Jesus on a cross. Separation of church and state, morbid illustration, why is Jesus blonde, blah blah blah. Over at Buzzfeed they’re getting creative and making their own plates (which you can also do here). Some good ones below, after the original.
The Will Ferrell:
The Bea Arthur (RIP):
The some cat in a container:
and mine (crappy Photoshop job, but you get the point):
But while these are amazing, the winner of the modified Jesus plate has to be Best Week Ever, who saw the potential in the vanity plate abbreviated profanity format. Stick an image of Jesus in the background and voilà:
Really? Jesus loves tofu? Woulda pegged him as more of a fish guy, but I guess this plate kinda covers both bases…
(I’m going to hell for this)
Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: if we were more evolved eyebrows could save the world, whoopi goldberg
I’ve been thinking a lot lately about eyebrows. They’re awesome, right? I mean, not only do they serve to make your face not look weird without them (seriously – have you guys seen Whoopi Goldberg?), but they’re actually quite useful. They help us when we communicate, they probably do something to keep our face warm, and, like a built-in sweatband, they keep our sweat from rolling in and stinging our eyes, incapacitating our sight.
Guys, without eyebrows we would be (sorta) BLIND.
So then, it follows that we should grow our eyebrows larger, yeah? We should have thick ones, glorious ones, and we should wear them proudly. They should be able to be seen from space declaring Yes! We’re Here! And We Are AMAZING! Because unlike mustaches which, as far as I can tell, actually hinders you in the day-to-day, (especially when eating soup), I can see no downside to flaunting the bushy brow. It’s equal opportunity. Everyone can do it, and everybody should.
Who’s with me?
Okay fine, there’s one downside. Big eyebrows look funny, and we are a proud people. Well, lucky for us, there’s also fake eyebrows we can play with, like the ones the beautiful and talented Resalin just sent me. All the fun, tons of sweat-reduction, none of the commitment. I’m especially a fan of the “Grandpa.”
Next, though, we’re gonna have to work on our vanity.
Guys, this really cute boy asked me to prom, but I need help deciding which dress to wear. Should I go with…
1. The bows are good, but maybe in a different color?
2. This one’s better for my wedding day, I think.
3. I dunno… too suggestive?
4. This one comes with a built-in snack, so that’s good…
5. I’m not pregnant, but I do like this girl’s style.
Please come back to New York.
We miss you.
Kristin and the ‘stache at The Frying Pan this weekend.
Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: animals, buy me lots of presents, party hats
…here are some pictures of animals wearing party hats.
Sure, Aries looks cute now, but wait ’til she finds out you didn’t get her that X-Box she asked for.
Too many tequila shots.
This one is just annoying, but I’m quite certain it’s not the doggie’s fault.
Calvin looks none too happy to be wearing this hat, but if he’s gotta do it he’s gonna rock it b-boy style. Ya heard?
Ha. This guy lives in Brooklyn. Turns out it wasn’t even his birthday–he just wanted the attention. Hipsters.
Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: 500 days of summer, he will always look fourteen, joseph gordon-levitt, marc webb, third rock from the sun, zooey deschanel
Once in college I saw Joseph Gordon-Levitt at a party, but I couldn’t remember his name so I just called him “Third Rock” (from his show “3rd Rock from the Sun”) the whole night. I don’t think he minded, because he was pretty high at the time.*
Anyway, Third Rock is in a new film called 500 Days of Summer with soon to be Mrs. Ben Gibbard, Zooey Deschanel. The movie’s pretty standard indie fare: emo kid, mysterious lady that he falls hard for, and killer, killer soundtrack. But this post isn’t to review the movie, it’s to post some pics of Third Rock taken by the director Marc Webb, when the film debuted at SXSW this year.
These pictures are terrible but one thing that’s clear is that Third Rock is a party animal.
Hey Third Rock, let’s be friends.
*This may or may not have actually happened.