Making a drink, Tito’s and soda with lime, which needed to be stirred. Didn’t feel like getting a spoon so I improvised and grabbed what was right in front of me…a sharpening steel.
I stumbled onto this gem of a Tumblr blog last week and once again said to myself, “Why hadn’t I thought of that?”
If you own a dog, you know that there’s something he or she has done to warrant a little internet-based shaming. I’ve provided my own examples below.
Daniel Craig recently dressed in drag for an ad supporting gender equality. Narrarated by Dame Judy Dench, who plays “M” in the Bond movies, Craig seemingly appears in the ad as James Bond but later appears in drag. For me, I thought Brett Butler had crawled out of whatever cave she’s been hiding in…
If you don’t know who Brett Butler is and would like a comparative view, check out the video below:
If you’re having a bad day…if you ever have a bad day, period, watch this video. Everyone loves a good, dubbed, exercise video from the 80s. I give you “Brenda’s Verjeen.”
I was watching TMZ tonight and saw a clip about a little person that poses as Mr. T in Hollywood. While I couldn’t find a decent, share-able clip of that fantastic, mohawk-sporting little person, I did run across this episode of Mr. T’s cartoon show, which surprisingly, I remembered seeing from when I was a tyke.
For those of you who don’t know, Mr. T. is another Hollywood personality phenomenon who created the strange line between actor, athlete, novelty personality that is now walked by men like The Rock, John Cena, and Vern Troyer (he may not be an athlete but his notoriety closely mirrors that of Mr. T in the late 70s/early 80s). Mr. T is famous for his role as B.A. Baracaus in “The A Team” and as boxer Clubber Lang in Rocky III. Little known fact, Mr. T got his start in Hollywood working as a bodyguard for Muhummed Ali, Diana Ross, and Steve McQueen. Also, in 1984, Mr. T released an album called “Mr. T’s Commandments”, which instructed kids to stay away from drugs and to stay in school.
Personally, anytime I see pictures of Williams and Kate, I only think about one thing: damn he’s getting bald! After doing a Google search on “Prince William balding,” I’ve found that Kate Middleton has obviously influenced Prince William’s attention to his ever-increasingly shiny dome. The first picture I’ve posted is the most recent, and as you look at the other photos, which are arranged from newest to oldest, Prince William has obviously started “Rogaine-ing” a lead in race against balding time.