The first time I thought this was funny, but then I found out what it was. This is not funny. At all. And frankly I find it disgusting that we’re taking what cemented this girl’s exit from her career and turning it into something as cheap as the fail videos from Youtube. This girl was All-Around gold medal. What the fuck have you done with your life?
When does being patriotic turn into nationalism? When does plume become gasconade and ostentation?
Post-retirement, when Phelps becomes a commentator until they forget about him:
I don’t understand the problem with the pride Oreos. The ratio of cream to cookie is now even more wonderful, according to the ad anyway.
Glee is the perfect show because singing about your feelings is relatable. It’s really easy to sing acceptably well and convey the emotion. Then I sit in front of a piano trying to get my Rachel Berry on and I’m just derping over 88 keys.
Who is the anon that’s saying that David and I are the same and that all we care about is “having as much sex as possible”? He apparently disapproved enough to delete the posts, and rightfully so, because what the fuck. We have some similarities but not that one, except that we share the fact that neither of us has that trait.
What we need for this economy is a jobs program. Roosevelt put people to work making the Panama Canal and I think that went over really well. I think we should hire people to go back south and draw a dotted line on the Equator.
I wonder if people thought that the noun form of ‘humble’ would be ‘humbility.’ Like, it probably was, and then someone came along with the novel idea of removing the ‘b’ and then he probably was rewarded with a lifetime supply of McDonald’s or something. Well, back then it wasn’t MacDonald’s. It was Ye Olde Macdonald’s. This has been a rantble (combination rant and ramble).
Like, for me, how long is your dick or if it’s cut or not satisfies a curiosity like asking someone’s height or school. I just wanna know because. I’m not gonna judge or suddenly jerk off to you based on that information.
your despondency regarding life matters isn’t very helpful in creating a positive image in people’s heads
I do admit I’m a realist, a rather cynical one. But it’s very effective at getting people to think about the reasons why they think something, and if there’s any weapon more powerful than ideas, it’s two ideas competing for logical supremacy.
Wizards: Avada Kedavra, a curse that kills its target (almost) without fail.
Muggles: Atom bomb, a weapon that kills anyone in a ten mile radius (completely) without fail and continues to irradiate future generations of adjacent survivors.
Your move, Voldemort.