so when i came out and told my mom i was gay my mom said she loved me anyway and then we heard my sister yell from the other room “can someone answer the phone” and my mom goes “what its not ringing” and she yells back “BECAUSE I FUCKING CALLED IT” and my mom yelled at her
i hate hearing girls complain about “that time of the month”. yeah it might be painful and yeah you get some weird cravings but you get to be a fucking werewolf until the full moon goes down.
i have been informed that apparently this is not what “that time of the month” is.
my grandpa has a date tonight and hes really old and in a wheelchair and has to drag around this breathing machine but hes just sitting there waiting for the hospice shuttle to take him to pick up his date and he looks suPER EXCITED and its the cutest thing ive ever seen
update he came home and i asked him how it went and he said, “i should have taken an extra tank of oxygen because she took my BREATH AWAY”
The evolution of the paparazzi message.
1: Scarlett Johansson Reminds Us Just How Creepy Paparazzi are by having nothing better to do then following celebrities around.
2: Emma Stone and Andrew Garfield take that scuminess and use it to advocate for charity in 2012.
3: Benedict Cumberbatch reminds the paparazzi that there are more important things to be taking pictures of then him making amazing TV.
All in all, these four stars are brilliant examples on how to handle paparazzi and show just how classy they are and how aware they are of how fame isn’t everything.