Wednesday, April 28, 2010

When I Was At The End Of My Rope, I Asked My Lispers, What Shall I Be?

Thanks to the peeps who have taken the time to respond to this post.

So far, we've got the following suggestions:

  • Mental Health in the LGBT community
  • Event Coordinator for the LGBT community
  • PR Agent for a famous member of the LGBT community
  • Theatre Director specifically: put on a show about a mentally ill queer person at an LGBT center?
  • Fashion/Porn (presumably just in the GB community)
  • Music Reviewer/Writer
Still looking for great suggestions. Especially, since my boss told me that she thinks "I'm going to fail."



We interrupt this blog to bring you breaking news. Spencer Pratt (ugh! I can't believe I just typed that without throwing up) has tweeted something ... valid.

Pratt tweeted the following:

"Kate G -If my fame whoreness (sic) had a mother u would have to be that bitch."

Words cannot convey the severity of illness that overcomes yours truly, when this donkey fucker trots out in front of me, but I couldn't have said it any better myself.

In related news, makers of Massengil are seriously considering suing these pussyfarts for giving the word "douche" a bad name.

And now, back to our regularly scheduled blogging...

Sunday, April 25, 2010

Peace Out

Ambrose Olsen

(1985 - April 24, 2010)

It's My...

...chick in a box!

Crush Robert. Robert Miller.

He's yummy.

He's my crush.

Ban the razor.

Thursday, April 22, 2010

I Say ____, You Think ______.


Someone you know is asking for your advice about scoring a new career. We all know that the best careers are based on the things that interest us the most . So, then they said they like/love:
  • music
  • fashion
  • food and wine
  • arts & entertainment
  • design & decor
  • activism
  • gay porn
  • literature
  • film and theatre
  • the LGBT community
  • celebrity
  • supporting mental illness
  • supporting HIV/AIDS education and awareness.
What would you suggest? SRSLY....We're actually asking here.

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