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A New Beginning – Pump Your Fists!

By in First World Problems, Mindless chatter, Non L Word TV

Grace Rooney attempts to keep her New Year’s resolution for ten minutes. Did she succeed?

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Jersey Shore: MTV introduces us to a highly advanced tribe whose only weakness is lack of immunity to barsexual lip locks

By in Featured, First World Problems, Mindless chatter, Non L Word TV, Vacuous bitches, Weird / WTF

After a shaky start, because the public generally shies away from watching educational programming, the show is finally getting a fist pump in the ratings due to its groundbreaking content. Here is what we have learned so far about these intriguing hominids: they are highly evolved and can withstand inhospitable conditions… except when it comes to watching women make out in hot tubs.

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I apologize ahead of time

By in First World Problems, Golden Short Bus Hall of Shame, Vacuous bitches, Weird / WTF

I am going to disrupt the flow of this blog to bring you a couple of songs that managed to hit #1 in Germany simply because I feel like torturing you. Suddenly Meatloaf isn’t so embarrassing.*

(1) “You Drive Me Crazy” by Daniel Küblböck, a contestant who did quite well in Germany’s version of American Idol:

(2) And this, the “Kuschel Song” by an anima…

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Grammar Police

By in Culture, First World Problems

Little known fact… well not that little known if you happen to be one of those lucky few who knows me in a “it’s a 2 for 1 Happy Hour and they’ve got Cherry Wheat on tap” sorta way. There are very few things in life that irk me. Children? Can’t get enough of them. Animals? Adore them (except horses but that’s a whole other blog post in itself). Geriatric drivers who can’t see over the steering wheel…

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Conservative college student rips apart certain useless courses, forgets about all the other useless courses

By in First World Problems

A conservative college student creates a list of college courses to avoid – predominantly those associated with liberal or leftist thought. What a shocker. From Ann Coulter Wannabe Advises College Students Against Sociology, Gay and Lesbian Lit and Pretty Much Everything Else:

When school starts in the fall, many college students will be paying exorbitant tuition to univers…

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People like this are the reason why New Yorkers get a bad rap

By in Culture, First World Problems, Straight People, Weird / WTF

How did I make it to my third decade on this planet without discovering the maudlin train wreck known as the Vows section of the Sunday New York Times?

Take, for example, this feature on Nicola Kraus, author of “The Nanny Diaries” and her now-husband David Wheir. The following snippet detailing just one tiny portion of their bizarre courtship has so many issues that I donR…

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An Open Letter To Samantha Ronson

By in Culture, Fashion, First World Problems, LoLesbians, Mindless chatter

Dear Ms. Ronson,

This letter isn’t about this:

As much as I kid about the editorial staff of Maxim’s questionable taste in women, I sincerely hope you and Lindsay Lohan have a happy and healthy “special friendship.” (And, girl, if LiLo should pull an Anne Heche on you, your lesbofabulous sisters have your back!)

However, I have serious concerns about this:

My G…

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Still in vacation mode, so I direct you to the best thread ever, i.e. Stuff Lesbians Like in action

By in Blogs, First World Problems, Stuff Lesbians Like

Rosen and I are back on the east coast, but we are still in vacation mode, so we don’t have anything new to say. However, while we were gone, the comments section of Grace Lita’s post “Label Me” took on a life of its own. We were disappointed that it took four months for fighting to break out, because Lord knows, I’ve been not-so-subtly aiming for a comments th…

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