velma on the streets but daphne in the sheets
Siri, why does god allow suffering?
Even Voldemort has seen Mean Girls
I was on a bus that broke down in a remote part of India recently and everyone starting screaming about the “Stepney”. I had no idea at the time, but they remonstrated angrily, “Of course you know! It’s an English word!” I later found out that “Stepney” means “spare tyre” - from a Welsh firm that made tyres in the 1910s. Some college students refer to their second girlfriend as their “Stepney”, and now that makes sense too.
There is also a genre of military words now used a lot in India. People buy “rations” and a short stay in a hotel is a “nighthold” - a word that combines “night” with the military term “hold”, meaning to control a territory. A “nighthold” is a one-day stop-off on a journey somewhere else.
If NSP ever gets around to doing a Subverting the Cliches antho, I’m going to make damn sure there’s some kind of alien sex story in it with a character who has curves in all the wrong places.
I want stories about adverb friends with benefits (Pasi’s idea sounds excellent too).
Help I can’t stop laughing oh no
In anticipation of the outpouring of patriotism we’re sure to encounter this weekend, we here at My Damn Channel thought we’d beat the crowds. Here are 10 US presidents at their most badass.
Science Penguin [x]
i enjoy that every single human’s reaction to penguin is unrestrained delight
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