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The only show based off a movie that wasn’t just good but absolutely fantastic
i think one of the reasons we’re all obsessed with puns is because we grew up with these three:
you know more people might enjoy Shakespeare if you taught them about the dick jokes and encouraged them to laugh at the jokes and understand the puns and the sex jokes and to treat the comedies like the ridiculous soap operas they are
No, this is why women survive longer than men.
this hurt to look at
actually it’s true. in sociology we learn about the fact that men participate in more risky behavior to prove masculinity and this is a way the patriarchy hurts men and pat of the reason the life expectancy is longer for women
bc we arent pussys
Yeah, and because you aren’t “pussies,” you’re more apt to die or be mocked on TV shows about dumbass dudes.
What the majority of feminists probably don’t understand is that when men have children, those men become the patriarch of their family. How would females/mothers feel if there was a Masculist movement that blamed Matriarchy for all of the oppression in the world?
what is this even supposed to mean
If feminism is so “gooder”, then how does bacon cattle shrimp stew race goats across the pacific ocean? sorry, too LOGICAL for you???
lower me gently to the floor, then unhand me
The joke’s on both of you
You end up dating each other
This is literally my fourth or fifth time reblogging this.
It’s still hillarious.
ARE WE NOT GOING TO TALK ABOUT INTERNET EXPLORER’S FACE???
"At Cambridge, [John] Oliver says not entirely jokingly, he felt "outcast and angry"; in his first week there he met Richard Ayoade, later to star in The IT Crowd, and they bonded over “not feeling particularly comfortable about being exposed to the top end of the class system”. The two became writing partners, and Oliver served as vice-president of the Cambridge Footlights during Ayoade’s presidency. After college, they began a relentless assault on the Edinburgh festival fringe, and started to pick up jobs from the BBC.”
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