So I just heard some news that MTV canceled Teen Mom 3. In itself, that’s not so surprising. But I was surprised to hear that Teen Mom 2 is coming back for a 5th season. What?
I thought Teen Mom 3 was like a new season of Teen Mom, so that each season had a new number. Kind of like Rocky and Rocky II. But Teen Mom 2 and Teem Mom 3 are completely different series? And there have been 5 seasons of Teen Mom 2? What?
This is like a logic game, except with a bunch more babies having babies.
It’s that point in the exam period when I can’t figure out if I need more coffee or more Xanax to get myself through the next week and a half.
I got a set of Paula Deen saute pans at Target right after that whole pesky racism incident brought her career and empire crashing down. They were on sale for 75% off! Never have I been more thankful for a racist to out herself. She may hate people of color, but my wallet thanks her.
She’s still terrible, though.
Sandy is looking rough (“cocktail time!” caught up w/ her). But my girl, Ina, is choppin’ that tomato like it ain’t no thang, looking all sorts or upper class in that denim button up shirt, collar popped. Get it, bitch.
If there are Beyonce stans out there (still not exactly sure what that means, but I’ll go with it), I’m for sure an Ina stan. That hair, that smile, the way her turkey waddle, well, waddles. She is literally my everything. And have you seen her recipe for chicken salad veronique? Girllllll. You do not even know.
I should just blog about the Food Network and Ina Garten.
Found lump; thought it was cancer; turns out it was just a zit.
Eating a bowl of white rice for dinner at my kitchen counter; business associations book open; wondering how I got myself here.
Singing “Let It Go” until I’m feeling stable again.
- "Went for my annual prostate exam today. Most action I’ve gotten in years. Incidentally, doctor said it’s incredibly enlarged and the reason I’ve been peeing so much lately. Wasn’t the only thing enlarged though, if you catch my drift."
- "Did you fellas see Miley Cyrus at the 116th Academy Awards? I lived, lived, lived for that taffeta train! So regal. Truly America’s sweetheart."
- "Just finished paying my taxes. Can y’all believe the increase this year? Empress Blue Ivy is a bitch."
- "Loved seeing Betty White promoting her new sitcom on NBABCBSW. Looks kinda funny. Too many robots."
Also lots of selfies looking like this:
Remember when 3oh!3 was a thing? The two dudes got more attractive yet so much more irrelevant. Life is not fair.
There was a period of time, from about 20 to 22, in which I was convinced that I had a lazy eye. I would stare in the mirror and would swear one of my eyes (never the same one, oddly) was drifting off somewhere. I was wrong. And that version of body dysmorphia went away (to be replaced with other versions, I assure you). But lazy eyes are so scary.
Moral of the story? Keep yo eyes in check. Don’t let them go soft on you. And if you do develop one, wear your eyepatch with pride. Arrrrrr!
On a related note, I think I want to be an Estate Planner when I graduate. I’m currently outlining for my Wills, Trusts, and Estates class and, while I’m not thrilled about thinking about death all the time, I find estate and property law oddly fascinating.
It is cold, rainy, and miserable outside. I am currently loving it. For it expresses how I feel inside.
Two teenagers used nearly 80,000 Lego bricks to build a replica of Lord of the Rings’ dwarf home
Jack Bittner (left), 18, and Blake Baer (right), 17, used nearly 80,000 Lego bricks to build a super detailed replica of “Erebor”, which is home to the dwarves from J. R. R. Tolkien’s “The Hobbit”.
The home belongs to the “Longbeards”, which is a clan of dwarves from the epic movie. It is also where the one true ring, Arkenstone, which the movie mainly revolves around, was discovered and subsequently lost, according to the story.
According to tech blog Gizmodo, it took the duo about 400 hours to build the replica which weighs about 90kg and is about 1.5m long.
Huffington Post reported in 2012, the duo had built a Lego replica of “Rivendell”, which is home to the elves from the same movie.
More photos can be seen via Baer’s Flickr account.
How can guys so attractive be so incredibly nerdy? Paradox.