Her wit backfired and created one of the greatest awards show moments ever.
That moment Jennifer Lawrence was the one able to sexually harass Jack Nicholson. And it worked.
typical representation of people 1 week before finals.
I wonder how people who think people can “turn gay” visualize someone actually turning gay
Like if you’re bitten by a gay man during the full moon, you’ll turn gay
There is a tv show about this
It’s called Teen Wolf
how do people make legitimate art on snapchat my fingers are too big
In this scenario, I am the other woman.
Undeveloped breasts that men can’t help
but to gasp in awe over. He came up to me
today, his hands clasped together,
almost like he was in the middle of a prayer;
begging God to allow me to surrender
to his ultimate sophistication. I laughed
loud enough for…
Yeah, dating is cool… but have you ever had stuffed crust pizza?
excuse me please tag your nsfw
Evan Rachel Wood is making the news this week with a complaint about oral sex. For her recent turn in Charlie Countryman, an apparently execrable movie about a guy mourning his mother who receives a vision to travel to Eastern Europe, where he falls in love with a gangster’s moll (oh boy), Wood filmed a sex scene. This sex scene apparently depicted Shia LeBoeuf going down on Evan Rachel Wood. And the MPAA, when they saw the film, threatened to give it an NC-17 rating on the basis of that scene. Because there is apparently something so deeply offensive and radical about cunnilingus that the Children of AmericaTM cannot possibly be exposed to it. Meanwhile, as Wood noted in her tweeted rant, “the scenes in which people are murdered by having their heads blown off remained intact and unaltered.” Such are the views of modern film scolds and censors. Just a few years ago they were doing the same thing to the relatively tame oral sex scenes in Blue Valentine. And the media is reporting that Lars von Trier’s upcoming Nymphomaniac is about to get hit with one, too.
It’s funny how increasingly irrelevant the fear of the NC-17 — and the MPAA more broadly — feels.
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I’m just sayin’ I got them real history jokes.