Back in prehistoric times it was just a free for all. God was putting antlers on everything and made 7 foot tall gophers with wings, it was a mess.
Look at this poor, impractical bastard.
The prehistoric era was God’s Deviantart stage.
Now he just hides all of his stupid-looking OCs in the ocean where no one can find them.
I can’t wait until the Sherlock 50th Anniversary special! Maybe they’ll air series 3!
^this gif accurately represents both emotions im feeling simultaneously
Saw the midnight premiere of Catching Fire last night and it was fabulous! I enjoyed it AND I didn’t fall asleep,so BONUS!
Lenny Kravitz was amazingly gorgeous as per usual, but, and I’m wondering if this is just me, does anyone else find Woody Harrelson strangely attractive in his role as Haymitch? I really don’t understand this…
"The theme for the season should actually be can the writers come back from the things they have done” -Muthawalker from SpoiltheDead
Keep your pretty pink toys because girls don’t need them. Toy company GoldieBlox wants to inspire girls to be engineers.
The Spice Girls, A History: Wannabe
Wannabe was the first single off the Spice Girls debut album, Spice - written in a thirty minute “frenzy of creativity.” It was the girls’ first official writing session - and what transpired was a sort of Frankenstein of a song, a lot of (seemingly) gibberish words and phrases cut and pasted together, then wrapped up with a lot of ~Girl Power~ and an annoyingly catchy tune.
The word “zigazig ah” was a spontaneously created in-joke amongst the girls that essentially meant to orgasm. So, when the ladies are telling their that if he wants to be their lover he has to “slam, slam, slam, slam - slam your body down and wind it all around” and that they really, really wanna “zigazig ah” - they are actually saying “in conjunction with getting along with my friends you better lay it the fuck down in the bedroom.”
Fem Friday? Spice Girls girl power forever.
Before I start, let me just say that firstly, I love Glenn. I don’t want him to be the killer. Secondly, I don’t think he is either – I’m fairly resigned to the fact that Carol did it and it’s just shitty writing.
But I have thought and thought about whether this storyline would…
I like this idea so much more than “Lizzie is the killer” because it would adequately explain why Carol let Lizzie keep her knife with her, while in isolation with the sick - because if Lizzie HAD killed two people, and was an unstable pre-teen, Carol probably shouldn’t have let her keep that knife…but, I can see Carol covering for Glenn and trusting him to NOT kill other people. UG, I don’t know, or Carol really DID do it and this storyline is full of inconsistencies and rubbish.