I guess my #1 coping mechanism is knowing that whatever I’m denied, whatever I can’t have, whatever rejects me, it’s never as good and nice as Stan Rizzo’s arms and chest so why even let it hurt me?
Fucking solid arms and chest.
(Source: sterlingcoopergifs, via stanlovespeggy)
Some tweets are just for me.
Some softcore tumblrporn blogs I wouldn’t mind following
Just gotta push through that voice today that says “How about instead of doing anything productive you just listen to Graceland and watch bisexual porn?” Because I have a lot of important stuff* to do this week.
*Listening to Billy Joel and watching vintage porn.
Sophie is the only part of FB I enjoy.
I remember once in high school, I was in the hallway outside the auditorium that lead to the music building and I heard Harry Perrin and Evan McGrew talking to each other.
"You know who has a really pretty face? Rachel McAdams."
An innocent sentence, they said it as though they were the bravest 15 year-olds on the planet to look past her hawt bawd, piles of benjamins, and celebrity status to notice a feature that is TOO OFTEN OVERLOOKED - Her conventionally good-looking face.
To this day, when I think about Rachel McAdams I think of that overheard. Which makes me think of that overheard’s cousin - The “You know, I actually think [Quirky Celebrity] is prettier than [More Conventional Celebrity].” You think Jayma Mays is prettier than Lea Michelle? YOU MUST BE THE MOST SENSITIVE, KIND, GOOD-AT-EATING-PUSSY MAN I’VE EVER MET! I mean, sure she has a trad. good-looking face, body, style and hair, but HER EYES ARE SORT OF BIG OR WHATEVER!?
Men are heroes.
Lately I’ve been in one of those moods where it seems like the only thing that would cheer me up would be to tell cute boys how cute they are.
They were playing this song at our post-work coffee and sweets shop, which shocked me as it’s one of my absolute favorites and I’ve never heard it outside of my earbuds. It’s like when I was in college and listened to Magic Dance by David Bowie all the time and then happened to turn on the college radio and they were playing Magic Dance and I’d never heard it on the radio before and happened to hear it right as I was really into it.
Whatever, I guess the reason I’m posting this is to remind you guys that I know a lot of 60s french pop music and that makes me cool.
I mean, not to make you guys feel intimidated or anything, but my favorite movies when I was a teenager were Waking Life, Donnie Darko, Wristcutters: A Love Story, Brick, Chumscrubber, and What The Bleep Do We Know soooooo…..