03 April 2014

chelsea handler quit her show hours before david letterman retired

something fishy is going on
chelsea quits
letterman retires

i like julie klausner's idea

Barbara Melton, The Face of Corporate Travel

faith wanted me to show you this

what if the matrix was about scarlett johansson

ricki lake has an adorable infestation

the best thing you will see on the internet today

i really miss those girls so much already.



look how good martha stewart looks

james franco hits on teenager...

and not the legal kind.
Hey James Franco, I'm legal!! but seriously, what was he thinking?
The following texts were sent after the lucky girl aka Lucy told James that she was "nearly 18" and after she asked him to explain what "what's your #" meant. SERIOUSLY? Do we seriously live in a world where the number sign is only known as a hashtag #smh? I also love that she thought it was an April fools joke!
To prove her dreams were coming true he sent this:
#jellybeans lucy! via

get with the nytimes

guess who woke the fuck up and realized there is a trend happening. the new york times, of course.
Normcore (noun) 1. A fashion movement, c. 2014, in which scruffy young urbanites swear off the tired street-style clich├ęs of the last decade — skinny jeans, wallet chains, flannel shirts — in favor of a less-ironic (but still pretty ironic) embrace of bland, suburban anti-fashion attire. (See Jeans, mom. Sneakers, white.)
2. A sociocultural concept, c. 2013, having nothing to do with fashion, that concerns hipster types learning to get over themselves, sometimes even enough to enjoy mainstream pleasures like football along with the rest of the crowd.
3. An Internet meme that turned into a massive in-joke that the news media keeps falling for. (See below). (via)
are you describing yourself, new york times?

sharon van etten - taking chances

i love this song.

two new drake songz

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