1. amanderzpartypoison:

Who’s ready to end up in the hospital?

    amanderzpartypoison:

    Who’s ready to end up in the hospital?

    Reblogged from: glittergutsphoto
  2. Reblogged from: officialwhitegirls
  3. (warning: possible spoilers)

    • Both of these people seem like the absolute worst
    • Yup, both of these people seem like the absolute worst
    • He and his twin are gonna bang aren’t they
    • What
    • Wait what
    • Man, everyone’s parents turn their kids into terrible people huh
    • Huh
    • WHAT WHAT WHAT WHAT WHAT
    • WHAT THE HELL
    • WHAT THE FUCK
    • Now I’m picturing their names as the SVU transition noise. “Dunne-Dunne.”
    • WHAT THE FUCK
    • WHAT THE FUCKING FUCK
    • Oh hey she has a Mizzou Football coffee table book
    • WHAT WHAT HOW WHAT HOW 
    • WHAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAT FOR REAL?
    • Oh hey what’s up Lake of the Ozarks
    • WHAT THE HELL 
    • WHAT BUT HOW THOUGH
    • OH, COME ON
    • WHAT THE FUCK

    (and i’m only like 2/3 of the way through) 

  4. This degree of pressure is unsustainable. Not just for Dunham, whose thick skin—and willingness to engage the valid critiques—does earn her my full-throated, unequivocal admiration. But also for all the exceptions to male rules—from Beyoncé to Hillary, Shonda to Sheryl—who get pulled and pushed and combed and raked over with equivalent ardor. This craziness is depleting and, I worry, ultimately defeating for all the other women out there with big ambitions: ambitions to write or sing or pass legislation, to lead or create, and to make money, win elections, earn recognition for their work.
    Rebecca Traister at The New Republic, "Don’t Love Or Hate Lena Dunham. Create More of Her." 
  5. It is a noble act in Chicago to offer a decent lunch at a fair price, and Doug Sohn did it for 13 years. Today, he’ll sell his last $2.50 Chicago dog, turn off his duck-fat-filled deep fryer and shut the lights off at Hot Doug’s, his namesake North Side hot dog stand for the last time. Thousands have lined up in the past few weeks to eat their final dogs (lines have regularly been shut down because the estimated wait reached 10 hours). I’ll miss the sausage, but I’ll miss the man more.

    Thanks, Doug: Your legacy will live on long after the last hot dog is served - Opinion - Crain’s Chicago Business (via gapers)

    I had my last Hot Doug’s dog a few weeks ago as part of the 6th Annual Eliot Fishman Memorial Hot Dog Tour. an annual charity bike ride/encased meats extravaganza. It was a Game of the Week sausage, and it was very good, and all of us in our matching neon orange shirts will probably be in the Hot Doug’s movie, which is a thing that is happening.

    On the last stop of the tour, another gourmet meatery in Andersonville selling hot dogs with lavender fennel and braised pork belly and other such bourgeois delights (not gonna lie it was pretty great though), my tourmates discussed it being a potential replacement for Hot Doug’s. And yes, they do the gourmet sausages and exotic toppings, but let’s be real—nothing can replace the Doug. 

    And Dan Sinker totally hits the nail on the head. It’s wasn’t the duck fat or the standing three hours for meat that made Hot Doug’s special. It was Doug. He was a great friend of the Hot Dog Tour (as was the late Phil Ashbach, owner of Fatso’s Phil’s Last Stand, the successor to Hot Dougs’ space), always accommodating and friendly and supportive of the tour and its mission. The one year Doug’s couldn’t participate the day-of, Doug invited everyone for a follow-up celebration three weeks later. That’s on top of the qualities Dan mentions: his work ethic, his creativity, his way with people and commitment to service, even after that three-hour wait.

    Anyway, I’m glad the dude is doing what he feels is best for him right now and I’m excited for whatever he does next. 

    Reblogged from: gapers
  6. americancasual1:

Fan of the year. :)

I feel a strong kindred spirit with this fan. 
WHERE CAN THE REST OF US GET THESE SCARVES AND ARE THEY JUST NYRB OR DO THEY COME IN OTHER CLUBS TOO

    americancasual1:

    Fan of the year. :)

    I feel a strong kindred spirit with this fan. 

    WHERE CAN THE REST OF US GET THESE SCARVES AND ARE THEY JUST NYRB OR DO THEY COME IN OTHER CLUBS TOO

    Reblogged from: americancasual1
  7. mallelis:

no no no 
go ahead and tell me it’s plausible for Mean Girls to end like this
tell me that’s the face heterosexual girls make when they’re excited to get a boyfriend

    mallelis:

    no no no 

    go ahead and tell me it’s plausible for Mean Girls to end like this

    tell me that’s the face heterosexual girls make when they’re excited to get a boyfriend

    Reblogged from: mallelis
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