I may never stop laughing at this.
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it’s too rich………
it’s too thick……..
save…. your….. self…..
(i fuckin love you tom, thanks for doing this for me :D)
a bright wall in a dark room.: Boogie Nights (1997) -
I’M A STAR, I’M A STAR, I’M A STAR.
by Elizabeth Wilcox
When Boogie Nights came out, I was 14 years old, a freshman in high school. You can imagine what the 9th-grade locker-room talk about the movie was. From snatches of overheard conversations about Dirk Diggler (or, almost more often,…
Elect Rich Whiteman!
This would be more effective if the downtown Conservative candidate wasn’t actually of
ChineseMalaysian descent, but still pretty good.
‘We’re huge in Japan’
How I Accidentally Got 700,000 Fans on Facebook -
Meanwhile, the numbers just kept shooting upwards. Very quickly, I had passed celebrities like Brad Pitt (55,000 fans) and Spike Lee (67,000 fans), as well as entire countries (Spain: 25,000 fans). And as time went on, my book’s page overtook ridiculously famous authors like J.K. Rowling (95,000 fans) and even Dan Brown (499,000 fans). Soon, my book had more fans than New York City (510,000 fans). It was mind-boggling, bizarre, and unnerving, especially since it was unclear what was driving this.
Only when I noticed that some of these fans had been posting messages on my page’s “Wall” did I realize what was going on.