How long before a Public Service Announcement on the dangers of drinking gasoline and smoking is produced?
Masochist that I am, I have nonetheless managed to avoid “Glee.” A troublemaking friend, mindful of my disdain for musicals and gay cliches, directed me to this clip just to get my reaction. Expletives deleted.
I’m embarrassed for us all.
BuzzFeed collected another two dozen tweets just like the one below:
To those people snapping pictures and clapping enthusiastically, please stop. You’re only encouraging them.
You can bet even this was focus grouped by The Anchorman’s campaign.
Gary Busey and Ted Haggard are swapping wives — for our entertainment, of course.
Ah, the sanctity of marriage.
Apparently waffles are more popular than I thought.
If you see an adult “Twilight” fan camping out for Friday’s premiere of the tween favorite do me a favor and mock them.
”It’s grown from something so small into something so huge,” says Eloisa Aguayo, 26, of San Diego, who also camped out for “New Moon” and “Eclipse.”
Clutching Robert Pattinson fan magazines in plastic bags to shield them from the rain, she insisted that though the crowds have grown, the camaraderie between fans has never changed.
”These people are like my family,” she said. ”No one even argues.” …
Jay Tewake, 21, spent $1,200 for a ticket to fly 10,000 miles from Auckland, New Zealand.
”It’s definitely well worth it,” he said after leading his tent neighborhood in rousing cheers, ”if just to see everyone enjoying themselves.”
I have no problem with the Denver quarterback, who seems genuine in his beliefs.
His cult-like fans, on the other hand …
You can tell a lot about a person by what they request on their Amazon wish list. (Just having an Amazon wish list says enough.)
This 40something male, who shall remain nameless (thus the absence of a link), has roughly 800 items listed, including 121 costumes: