Punk rock, cute animals, etc.

This time it's personal

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Dear Girls Who Are (Finally) Ready To Date Nice Guys: We Don't Want You Anymore

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Speaking for the nice guys out there, you’re too late.

We want a good girl not some bad boy’s leftovers. And the fact that you’re still out there dating tells me the bad boys don’t want you either. Enjoy dressing your cat up for Halloween and cherish your bad boy memories, I hope they keep you warm at night. I’m just not that into you anymore.

I can’t tell if this is real or satire.

EXCLUSIVE: Rare image of the author found!

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20 Plays
Waka Flocka Flame
Hard In Da Paint

Fun couples activity: duet “Hard In Da Paint” in the car together. One person does the main Waka Flocka vocals and the other does the backup vocals.

Filed under waka flocka

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Jason Mantzoukas is always the best part of anything he’s in. Dennis Feinstein is one of my favorite characters in Parks and Recreation, and he’s only in like four scenes in the entire series.

Filed under jason mantzoukas

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Dear facebook,

I know me and this dude have 75+ friends in common. You’ve been pointing this out to me for years. I am not friends with this person on purpose.

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The first season was the only one I really really liked. I’ve mostly continued watching because of how much I like the cast. This season looks like it will be wrapping up the major “holy shit” events of A Storm of Swords, so I really don’t think I’ll be able to stay interested after that.
There’s also the fact that A Feast For Crows and A Dance With Dragons, while good books, aren’t really paced well for a TV series. I can already tell the writers are going to start making shit up a lot more starting in season 5. I predict there will be full episodes that do not adapt a single scene from the books.

The first season was the only one I really really liked. I’ve mostly continued watching because of how much I like the cast. This season looks like it will be wrapping up the major “holy shit” events of A Storm of Swords, so I really don’t think I’ll be able to stay interested after that.

There’s also the fact that A Feast For Crows and A Dance With Dragons, while good books, aren’t really paced well for a TV series. I can already tell the writers are going to start making shit up a lot more starting in season 5. I predict there will be full episodes that do not adapt a single scene from the books.