• Greet your fellow tea partiers. Sit down, placing your purse on your lap or behind you against the chair back (not on the floor!). Unfold your napkin and place it on your lap. • Sugar and lemon: Put sugar into your teacup first, followed by a thinly sliced lemon. According to most people (though this is debatable), if you’re using milk, it goes in after the tea—but never mix lemon and milk...
I’ll admit it. I’m president of the “I don’t know how to do stuff” club....– From this Thought Catalog post. The most hit and miss blog on the entire internet, but yeah, welcome to me. (via fallsemester)
The Defence of the Book: a story by Julian Barnes →
still a great, great man.
GQ: Best way to pop the more important question, i.e. “Will you have sex with me?” Jean-Ralphio: Text; tweet; Friendster post; fortune in a fortune cookie; during a screening of Stuart Little; sign language; Legos; make an adorable 2-year-old hand over a note asking the question for you; as a follow-up question, after she says “no” to “will you marry me.”
GQ: After successfully crossing said puddle, you continue walking down the street until, all of a sudden, you encounter Drake exiting a limo. How do you introduce yourself? Jean-Ralphio: ”D to the R to the A-K-E. / It’s me J.R., do you want some tea…cups.” Read More...
Anonymous asked: Are you Jewish?
how i sometimes end up drunk off $25 full of hot dogs and trawling memories of everyone i’ve ever fucked and, for the most part, never spoken to again, is beyond me. in all sobriety i’ve forgotten everybody but every four or so months there are cracks in things and somebody’s elected to ignore me in favour of someone they want more, who’s harder to pry apart, and i’m...
This is an essential aspect of being a man: to flood everyone around you in a...– Michael Chabon (via oceansorbitingblackholes)