The Honey Pot

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In case you missed An Evening of Awesome…Neil Gaiman said “donkey balls”. [x]

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GREATEST FILM EVER: The Avengers (1978) trailer (xxx).

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I’m not here right now, because I’ve locked myself away in a tiny room to tackle a thousand loose ends. Ok, maybe I let myself out of the small room to make food and to let you know that my desk drawer has…cat toys.

I’m not here right now, because I’ve locked myself away in a tiny room to tackle a thousand loose ends. Ok, maybe I let myself out of the small room to make food and to let you know that my desk drawer has…cat toys.

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this is important. I like when they can be together in a post. I like when we can all be together in a post. hahahaha.


“At a souvenir shop on Canal Street last week, the actor Adam Scott was eying a hot pink, Disney-princess-imprinted messenger bag, deciding whether or not to buy it. “My daughter would go crazy for it, I just don’t know if I could deal with having this thing my house,” he said. “I don’t think I ever want to see it again.” His daughter, 3-year old Frankie, loves Tinker Bell, one of the many Disney characters on the bag. “This is corporate porn,” Mr. Scott continued. “Do they have to get all of them on here? Pick one princess.” Mr. Scott was on an outing to buy his kids gifts from New York, a week after the fourth season of “Parks & Recreation,” his NBC comedy, premiered. “I’m undoubtedly spoiling them,” he said, deciding against the Disney bag. “But when I’m out of town for chunks of time, I feel terrible about it.’ After a trip to the ATM and two more gift shops— where Mr. Scott bought his daughter two $7 cases of New York-themed pencils and his son a $26 statue of the skyline—Mr. Scott was feeling his age.” (x)

SERIOUSLY, just pick one princess, Disney.
“At a souvenir shop on Canal Street last week, the actor Adam Scott was eying a hot pink, Disney-princess-imprinted messenger bag, deciding whether or not to buy it. “My daughter would go crazy for it, I just don’t know if I could deal with having this thing my house,” he said. “I don’t think I ever want to see it again.” His daughter, 3-year old Frankie, loves Tinker Bell, one of the many Disney characters on the bag. “This is corporate porn,” Mr. Scott continued. “Do they have to get all of them on here? Pick one princess.” Mr. Scott was on an outing to buy his kids gifts from New York, a week after the fourth season of “Parks & Recreation,” his NBC comedy, premiered. “I’m undoubtedly spoiling them,” he said, deciding against the Disney bag. “But when I’m out of town for chunks of time, I feel terrible about it.’ After a trip to the ATM and two more gift shops— where Mr. Scott bought his daughter two $7 cases of New York-themed pencils and his son a $26 statue of the skyline—Mr. Scott was feeling his age.” (x)

SERIOUSLY, just pick one princess, Disney.

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numnumsbylaura:

seriously it must be so NEAT to be in the band TV on The Radio. They so wacky just look at them! Dude on the right looks like he’s being swallowed ALIVE BY THE MAGNITUDE OF HIS OWN BEARD.

numnumsbylaura:

seriously it must be so NEAT to be in the band TV on The Radio. They so wacky just look at them! Dude on the right looks like he’s being swallowed ALIVE BY THE MAGNITUDE OF HIS OWN BEARD.

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