Having wasted so much time on all of these activities in the past few weeks, I clearly can tell you how traveling can be an utter waste of time!
I gave myself a challenge on a recent trip to London's West End, which the locals call "theatreland," vowing to see a show that wasn't also running on Broadway. I chose the London revival of the 1963 musical, Funny Girl, based on the life and career of Fanny Brice, a Ziegfeld Follies star in the Twenties and Thirties
As thanks, NRA designs special gun just for Trump.
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We've all gotten a little bit wild after a few drinks. We've all unleashed the proverbial party animal. The comparison between drunk asshole and wild animal has never been more on point than it is in Ozzy Man's nature video parody.
1. Denial = Romney 2. Anger = Trump 3. Bargaining = Ryan 4. Depression = McCain 5. Acceptance: = Hillary Clinton
Oh okay. That's a super suggestion because my doctor is actually Dr. Who! I'll just make an appointment with him and demand that he team up with Harry Potter to advance medical research by several decades or so.
Everybody watches porn. There are over 40 million Americans who watch porn on a regular basis, and of those viewers, at least one third are women.
The crew at BloodBlitz Comedy noticed the similarities between the two villains and created a scary-real video of Trump leading the Death Eaters. Something about Trump's obsession with purebloods and his speeches about trying to ban Muslims and Mexicans from America feels eerily familiar.
What's up with the idea that straight men and lesbians are supposed to be mortal enemies? Shouldn't they be bffaeae? They both be after yo girl.
Summer's just around the corner, and that means it's time to shame yourself for all the pizza and beer you consumed, and the exercise you didn't do during the hibernation (Netflix binging) months, despite your unoriginal New Year's resolutions.
In true Cho fashion, she is warm, outspoken and very human in her responses about being a sexual abuse survivor, her larger-than-life voice, and her favorite, truly bizarre, on-the-road snack.