Archive for September, 2011

Greg, the Flamboyant Kid on Curb Your Enthusiasm, Is the Best
September 30, 2011

I recognize that this clip is in fact a couple weeks old, but I only saw these clips from the Curb Your Enthusiasm season final last night, so don’t f*ck with me, fellas! This is only my third day back at the blog rodeo! (Blog lesson #187: When in doubt, reference Mommie Dearest.) Besides, I’ve got no words to convey just how wonderful—and wonderfully realized– a character Curb Your Enthusiasm‘s wildly flamboyant maybe-gay, Greg, is. Only blog love. In the form of all the gold stars:

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The Free Flexor For Men Is For Guys Who Like to “Exercise”
September 29, 2011

“Once you start to get that momentum swinging, it starts to go deep.”

–Another satisfied power bottom guy who likes to masturbate exercise.

Much love to Videogum for this one.

 

A Pair of Stars are Born: The Good Girls Audition for The X Factor
September 29, 2011

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I hate to drop such a blistering glamour bomb without nary a warning, but did anybody else catch these two eyeball bedazzlers on last night’s The X Factor? To the left, we have Sherry, a retired professional singer. (And poetry reader. At coffee shops.) And to the right, we have her daughter, Darwin. (Darwin?!?) Together, they’ve already written a screenplay about Simon Cowell, and they’ve now again joined as the soon-to-be global superstars, the Good Girls. Let’s take a look at their audition in which they perform Marvin Gaye’s “What’s Going On,” shall we?

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The Robot Apocalypse Will Be Competing in the Horizontal Bar at the 2012 London Olympics
September 28, 2011

Look, I recognize it’s been a while since I’ve come around and tended to this little corner of the internet, but it doesn’t mean my feelings have change about what we share over at this little corner of the internet where camp is queen, and it definitely doesn’t mean my feelings have changed about the Robot Apocalypse. No no, much like Geena Davis insisted to the hooker in David Cronenberg’s The Fly, we should all be afraid. Be very afraid. The case against gymnast robot no. 8, Kovacs, is no different.

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