NOTHIN’ WRONG WITH A LITTLE (SOLO) BUMP N’ GRIND
Sade wrote this informative piece about how it’s not only International Clitoris Awareness Week, but also National Masturbation Month.
SORRY, OTHER COUNTRIES. YOU ONLY GET TO CELEBRATE ONE COOL THING.
Yeah here you guys go thanks for all the masturbation euphemisms
I photographed the little guy on the left because he was carrying a violin. During the post photo interview, his little brother kept chiming in with his own answers. It was clear that he wanted to be part of the process. After a few questions, the older one called to his brother: “Come be in my picture, Riley.”
COUPLA DAMN CUTIES
(Source: bleedgold, via razzmatazzvintage)
“Steve Carell, Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert: How men would look if they had to pose in ads the way women are expected to.”
I look back on the original introduction to this book with a nostalgia that borders on pain. “There are times when I am seized by an almost uncontrollable desire to blurt out, in the middle of interviews, ‘Me! Me! Me! Enough about you. What about me?’” I actually wrote that. I actually believed that… Rereading this collection produced other fits of nostalgia. I am no longer the young woman who wrote about being made over by Cosmopolitan magazine, and I am no longer interested enough in the culture of kitsch to defend Jacqueline Susann. But here are these remnants of my former self, old snakeskins, and it amuses me to read them and remember how dippy I used to be. There are also pieces here that I’m proud of. But there’s nothing here extraordinary or brilliant. I am a journeyman, and if these articles work, they work as examples of an old-fashioned journalism. I am not a new journalist, whatever that is; I just sit here at the typewriter and bang away at the old forms. Which is fine with me. —
Nora Ephron, Preface to the 1980 edition of “Wallflower at the Orgy”
Nora Ephron wrote a book 1967 and people liked it and bought it, so in 1970 she wrote a new introduction to the book with her thoughts. Then, ten years later, people were still liking and buying the book, so she wrote the quote above in a second introduction, and it’s how we’re all gonna feel about our blogs, I think.
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Happy are they who take life day by day, complain very little, and are thankful for the little things in life. — (via jenini) mebe
Uncorrected personality traits that seem whimsical in
a child may prove to be ugly in a fully grown adult. — Robin Hitchcock (via nevver)