Happy Friday! And if you haven’t seen this video before, you’re welcome. Kinda sorta NSFW.
Julie Klausner Talks to Billy Eichner About Billy on the Street, Mayim Bialik, and Getting Fuse to Agree to ‘Ask a Squirter’ →
I talked to a middle-aged woman about how much she squirts. That freaked out Fuse.
Me, Julie Klausner, Billy Eichner, a sleepover, Girls. It would be perfect.
You know the guy who was arrested for stalking CBS New York’s Diane Macedo?
You should really read his entire Facebook page. Especially this part:
Original story here.
When you’re in your local coffee shop working and “A Thousand Years” by Sting comes on and suddenly you’re fighting off tears
Adventure Time is a smash hit cartoon aimed primarily at kids age six to eleven. It’s also a deeply serious work of moral philosophy, a rip-roaring comic masterpiece, and a meditation on gender politics and love in the modern world. It is rich with moments of tenderness and confusion, and real terror and grief even; moments sometimes more resonant and elementally powerful than you experience in a good novel, though much of Adventure Time’s emotional force is visually evoked—conveyed through a language of seeing and feeling rather than words.
Finn, take me with you
Bodega Cats In Their Own Words!!!!!
I will forever reblog anything about bodega cats because they are a source of strength for me in this city.
Snow. April 15th. Oy [effing] vey. #NYC
I was just outside with these huge plops of snow falling on my head, traveling home from Harold Night at UCB. I’m not mad about it. I’m never mad about it. Live in California for the first 22 years of your life and you’ll understand how very precious rain, and snow, and plain old cold is.