totally texas

gretchenalice:

thegirlwhoisthursday:

theinnkeeperlibrarian:

liketheghost:

so is it a thing in (american) english to use “texas” as a word for like, something that’s out of control or chaotic, or as like, “crazy”? like “that party last weekend was totally texas!” 

because that is a thing people say in norwegian and i just think it’s important for americans to know that? 

This makes me so happy, and I’m from New York.

Wait, WHAT?!!!!!!

I’m totally gonna start using that.

I am wondering if this took off as Norwegian slang around the time my Texan nephews moved there.

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Oh man, Winter Olympics, you just got me.
gretchenalice:

imwithkanye:

When in Sochi: Gus Swoon-worthy naps with his newly adopted pup and silver medal

This guy is my new favorite.

Oh man, Winter Olympics, you just got me.

gretchenalice:

imwithkanye:

When in Sochi: Gus Swoon-worthy naps with his newly adopted pup and silver medal

This guy is my new favorite.

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whitehouse:

Vice President Joe Biden, at the controls of one of Amtrak’s new electric locomotives in Philadelphia.

You guys know this is 75% of the reason Joe Biden became VP, right?

whitehouse:

Vice President Joe Biden, at the controls of one of Amtrak’s new electric locomotives in Philadelphia.

You guys know this is 75% of the reason Joe Biden became VP, right?

  • 5 months ago
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What are the colors of the carpets in The White House? :D

whitehouse:

Check it out for yourself with the Google Art Project.

OK maybe I do. White House is all, LMGTFY.

Why don't the Smithsonians ever do historical costume exhibits beyond the First Ladies' dresses? I know they've got amazing pieces in their collection, but they almost never go on display, and when they do it's one or two items in a non-costume exhibit. DC-area historical costume nerds are getting tired of going to NYC for our antique gown fix!

whitehouse:

Seems like a great question for smithsonian!

I don’t like this passive-aggressive non-answer.

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  • Landry Clarke: The problem is that they keep comparing you to Jason Street. That's like comparing my music to the Red Hot Chili Peppers. I'm not the Red Hot Chili Peppers. I mean, I'm my own thing. I'm not any better or any worse. It's just different.
  • Matt Saracen: You're definitely a whole lot worse.
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It may be presumptuous to say you know more than @benandjerrys about creating and naming pop culturally themed ice cream. But I think Night Cheesecake (dark chocolate with cheesecake and caramel) speaks for itself. 
It may be presumptuous to say you know more than @benandjerrys about creating and naming pop culturally themed ice cream. But I think Night Cheesecake (dark chocolate with cheesecake and caramel) speaks for itself. 
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ourpresidents:

The Nixon family with their dogs Vicky, Pasha, and King Timahoe around the Christmas tree in the White House residence. 
L-R, President Richard Nixon, Pat Nixon, Julie Eisenhower, David Eisenhower, Tricia Nixon Cox, and Ed Cox.

Notable because this is around the time Julie started to become more chic than Tricia. (I’d wear Julie’s dress TODAY.)

ourpresidents:

The Nixon family with their dogs Vicky, Pasha, and King Timahoe around the Christmas tree in the White House residence. 

L-R, President Richard Nixon, Pat Nixon, Julie Eisenhower, David Eisenhower, Tricia Nixon Cox, and Ed Cox.

Notable because this is around the time Julie started to become more chic than Tricia. (I’d wear Julie’s dress TODAY.)

(via emilyelisabeth-deactivated20130)

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"It was obviously an unfortunate incident. It kind of made me sad on two accounts. One was that I was very sad that we live in an age when someone takes a picture of another person in a vulnerable moment and rather than delete it, and do the decent thing, sells it. And I’m sorry that we live in a culture that commodifies sexuality of unwilling participants, which takes us back to ‘Les Mis,’ because that’s what my character is."

This is what happens when you ask Anne Hathaway about that time she accidentally showed her Princess Diary to a bunch of photographers. (via entertainmentweekly)

This was some tenth-degree black belt media judo here. Read the setup:

Matt Lauer doesn’t mess around. When he greeted Anne Hathaway on the Today show this morning, the host got right down to business: “Good to see you,” he said. “Seen a lot of you lately.”

Lauer, of course, was referring to Hathaway’s major wardrobe malfunction at Monday’s Les Mis premiere. While exiting her car in a tight Tom Ford gown, the Oscar nominee accidentally flashed a crowd of photographers — who quickly noticed that Hathaway wasn’t wearing underwear.

She didn’t get defensive, she didn’t get flustered, and she brought the conversation back to her primary reason for being on the show in the first place. Damn.

(via kenyatta)

I did not have strong opinions about Anne Hathaway until just now. Obviously, she is fantastic.

(via soniasaraiya)

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