But You’re Like Really Free, Holmes.
But You’re Like Really Free, Holmes.
You guys can all thank Fiona Apple’s new album for coming up with this.
I’m a hot knife, I’m a hot knife. I’m a hot knife; he’s a pad of butter.
You go girl.
Life-Altering Invention of the Day: Behold, the world’s first heated knife, which means we’ll never again have to
nukedestroy a stick of butter in the microwave.
(That last one was an assumption)
The seventies were not that cool guys. It’s not worth it. Although I would like to have been into The Rolling Stones when they were in their prime.
Mel Brooks and Carl Reiner
I am joyfully looking through pictures of celebrities trying to look extra French at Cannes right now, and there is always one surprise who pops up. Like, Cannes is a classy place. Marion Cotillard is there, wearing a sock in her hair to make it look extra big and extra French and then wrapping Chopard diamonds around it because DUH. So when I see a celebrity that is anything BUT classy and clearly is NOT covered in free Chopard diamonds, I have to pause, wonder what the hell he/she is doing at Cannes, and then accept it and move on.
I’m still stuck on last year, when Lindsey Lohan stumbled around the red carpet and probably just narrowly avoided falling into the French Riviera (or is that not the name of the body of water they’re always in front of? I don’t know these things. I’m not French.) This year, I’m confused as to why Jada Pinkett Smith is posing her ass off there when all she’s been doing lately is standing around by Will while he promotes MIB3, both of them trying to look as un-Scientolog-y as they can.
Anyway, here’s a list of people who will probably never show up at Cannes. Probably.
Hope that helps.
Listen, there’s nothing I hate more about Teach for America than our constant need to pat ourselves and each other on the back for every little “victory” in the classroom. Like…I don’t need everybody to know how many of my kids are growing in reading level or how many of them are writing amazing essays or how much my kids love me (fyi though… it’s A LOT.) I find it super annoying when teachers feel the need to pump themselves up in front of other people who are…real talk…struggling just as much as the rest of us by bragging about what’s happening in dat room. I would much rather just tell funny stories about Pharoah and pork chops and call it a day.
I must share an essay that one of the kiddos wrote last week while practicing comparative essays. It’s pretty damn cute, and it sums up how I feel about the lil nuggets and I don’t want to forget it in ten years when I show my husband John Corbett this blog and we laugh together about my past when I was just a “regular” person (meaning not famous and/or not married to a famous person.) Take it away, Arianna.
Have you ever had a teacher that’s as goofy as you are? I have a teacher that is as goofy as I am and her name is Ms. LeRose the most rockin’ teacher in the world! Me and Ms. LeRose are so much alike. First, we both absolutely adore cats (so adoreable). Next, we love making people HA HA laugh. Finally, we are both totally AWESOME! But, we are different in some ways.
First, Ms. LeRose is old and I’m young. Next, she is a teacher and I’m her student. Finally she has 1 bro and I have 6 bros.
Even though Ms. LeRose and I are different and alike she is still the best teacher ever!
Yeah. You cute.
YEAH OKAY YEAH YUP UH HUH YES
Paul Rudd and Amy Poehler Join David Wain’s They Came TogetherSource: VarietyMay 9, 2012
After working with her on a recent multi-episode arc on NBC’s “Parks and Recreation,” Paul Rudd is planning to again re-team with Amy Poehler for a new comedy, titled They Came Together. Variety has the news, saying that both actors will be working alongside their Wet Hot American Summer director, David Wain.
The script, written by Wain and Michael Showalter, is said to be be a parody of the romantic comedy genre. Rudd stars as Joel, a corporate businessman whose company is threatening to shut down the small store run by Poehler’s Molly. A relationship follows, mocking the conventions of the standard romcom.
Rudd appeared earlier this year in Wain’s Wanderlust and can soon be seen in Judd Apatow’s This is 40. Poheler, meanwhile, provided a voice in this year’s The Secret World of Arrietty and will soon appear in Stu Zicherman’s A.C.O.D..
But You’re Like Really Awesome, GIRLS.