… and amusing stuff from this past weekend.
Women wearing sports slacks has become confusing. On the one hand these slacks can bring out their derrières réally nicely. On the other hand it makes you think they just got smushed by The Situation… That’s just nasty!
One of the funniest things ever! Three old ladies watching and commenting on Kim Kardashian’s sex-tape. Don’t worry, it’s #SFW. But it does make you want to watch the tape and have a comedy stand-off.
Remember Sarah Palin? They’ve made a film (trailer) about her and how the 2008 presidential campaign McCain/Palin went. I don’t know how accurate it is, but it portrays Palin as a pretty fucking uneducated person. She didn’t know what the FED is. She couldn’t name one major supreme court case. She thought that Saddam Hussein was behind the 9/11 attacks. And the list continues… That film is like part comedy, part horror. Sure I was all “Haha. She’s so ignorant. I know more about her country than she does.”, but it’s a friggin’ scary thought to have a person as dense as she was/is in a position where she might become the leader of a country like the U.S. … (P.S.: Julianne Moore as Sarah Palin, roarrrr!)
Speaking of roarrr. Here’s Kate Upton doing the cat daddy. Sort of. I don’t know, it’s hard to focus… It’s filmed by Terry Richardson, so it can’t be bad. The cat daddy’s a new dance that’s been going around. I think the The Rej3ctz came up with it. Here’s their clip. Now go and cat daddy y’all!
Remember the young university student who spoke at a public forum about his two moms?
Zach Wahls (Twitter: @zachwahls) now has a book out on the subject. It’s based on the 12 tenets of the Boy Scout Law, basically everything the U.S. is supposed to stand for. The book is called ‘My Two Moms: Lessons of Love, Strength and What Makes a Family‘ and is out now.
He also has a new project called ‘Out To Dinner’. The idea is to have LGBT couples spend an evening with non-LGBT couples and get to know each other without focussing on politics or religion.
Here’s Zach on The Daily Show talking about the book and the project: