“Robert’s correspondence throbbed with first-draft sloppiness; I had to read his letters multiple times to decoct their meaning. His sudden shifts from the elevated diction of his profession to informal and meandering non-sequiturs made his correspondence sound like it had been written by a Yale 1L on peyote. I feel sorry for his clients.”
Introducing Splitsider Presents and The Exquisite Corpse Project: we’re now selling full-length movies directly for only $5! Our first release is the amazing, hilarious and totally unique Exquisite Corpse Project. Check out the trailer and then go buy the damned thing! It’s so cheap, come on.
I saw this last night for $0 and I will buy it again for $5!!! LOTS OF LAUGHS. (and also one scene of a dude talking on a beach that i can’t stop thinking about.)
Lots of people in my personal life have been (affectionately) hassling me about my devotion to the television show Game of Thrones. Dadbro calls it “Game of Nerds” and threatens to take my lunch money and use it to buy beer, and last night BFF NVC sent me an email that just said “DID YOU WATCH…
i didn’t know i felt the exact same way but i totally feel the exact same way
Son, before we go to Church for Easter Mass, I need to tell you something. You are now old enough to know that the Easter Bunny isn’t real. It’s all make-believe. Remember a few months ago I explained that Santa Claus isn’t real? And then a few weeks after that I let you in on the secret…
Is there anything more gratuitous in the whole wide universe than Robin Thicke? This video is actually the business. There are models and there is a lamb and I think some sausage links and Pharrell and great shoes and translucent Vinyl clothing and, um, lemme think, hashtags! (#THICKE) some feet a double-decker bike a little bit of butt-slapping (I apprx. 40% do not approve) and some dumb lyrics, so basically, this video is just a bunch of ingredients for a cake.
“We take a look at the economic situation out there, and we objectively know it’s pretty bad, but we internalize it as our own fault and second, because it’s our own fault, we’re pretty sure that there’s someone out there whose got the answer.”
— A [ridiculously informative] Conversation [about personal finance] with [money journalist] Helaine Olen, via The Billfold (via laurenspendsmoney)
Attention Americans of the United States: there is an epidemic in this country. Worse than the obesity epidemic and the longreads-analyzing-Lena-Dunham epidemic. Worse even than people who put ketchup on eggs.
Every day, in every state, in every city, even the BEST CITY, hundreds of regular people leave their homes, completely unaware that the pleats and slits in the fabric of their coats and skirts are SEWN TOGETHER FOR MERCHANDISING PURPOSES AND ARE SUPPOSED TO BE UN-TACKED UPON WEARING BUT AREN’T BECAUSE PEOPLE ARE STUPID AND WEREN’T RAISED WELL.
Just this morning on my commute to work I saw THREE. SEPARATE. INSTANCES. OF TACKED COAT HEMS. THREE! One was a nice looking girl, a sweet person probably, wearing a wool coat with 5 kick pleats in the back, and each one was tacked! The coat is LITERALLY completely different for this girl than it was meant to be by the designer and she has NO IDEA. There should be beautiful pleat movement but there is only stillness and sadness. I feel. So bad. For that girl.
Anyway the list goes on. Pompous-looking jerk dudes wearing expensive stupid coats on the subway acting like they invented water checking their stupid phones every 30 seconds like they’ve got places to be, with their stupid COAT HEMS TACKED STILL. Women dressed like catalog spreads, trying to make it in the big city, barely able to scale the stairs at Grand Central because their pencil skirt back slits are still sewn together and their legs can barely move. So? Sad?
There should be a PSA about this. The “X”-shaped threading in the back of your coat or skirt is NOT DECORATIVE. IT ISN’T SOME COOL AWESOME LOGO. IT’S NOT GOING TO ADD TO YOUR STREET STYLE. IT WILL ONLY MAKE YOU LOOK CLUELESS AND IT WILL ONLY RESTRICT YOUR RANGE OF MOTION!!!!!!!!!
Possible slogans for The National Coalition for Temporary Fabric Tacking Awareness: