Hello. I'm Lewis, I'm twenty-three (nobody likes you when you're 23) and roughly two thirds of the way to being handsome. I think the wisest thing ever said was by Bill and Ted: "Be excellent to each other."
top 5 things that make you roll your eyes
1. everything my housemate does and says
2-5. everything you do and say on the internet
ASK ME SOME QUESTIONS, I’M BORED AND HIDING FROM MY HOUSEMATES
1. The meaning behind my URL
2. A picture of me
3. Why I love my bestfriend
4. Last time I cried and why
5. Piercings I have
6. Favorite Band
7. Biggest turn off(s)
8. Top 5 (insert subject)
9. Tattoos I want
10. Biggest turn on(s)
12. Ideas of a perfect date
13. Life goal(s)
14. Piercings I want
15. Relationship status
16. Favorite movie
17. A fact about my life
19. Middle name
20. Anything you want to ask
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I was gonna be sad that I wasn’t going to a music festival this year but now I’m going to the Pitchfork one in Paris over Hallowe’en and I think it’s gonna be pretty rad.
My 14-Hour Search for the End of TGI Friday's Endless Appetizers
What if I told you that mozzarella sticks never had to end? That for $10, you could eat for free (for $10) for the rest of your natural life? That there exists a spot in the space-time continuum in which it is always Friday? That there are free refills on all Slushes™ excluding Red Bull® branded items?
This is a god damn masterpiece in storytelling.
This is a masterpiece
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I’m going to see Slow Club tonight and it’s gonna be really great and I’m very excited
can we start a club for teenagers who were constantly complimented on their intelligence when they were younger and are now having trouble coping with the realization that they’re actually of average intellect at best
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Criticism should especially apply to the Arctic Monkeys – whose members have sheltered up to £1.1m in the Channel Islands – as they’ve long traded on their image as a band of the people, with Turner cast as a working-class hero, a snotty, sharp-minded northern kid in the mould of the young Lennon, cutting through the bullshit and telling it like it is. They could do with a reminder of just how much they owe to the state they’re so reluctant to fund. Singer Alex Turner may have ascended to the elite, dating models and living the high life, but taxation paid for the hospital where he was born, the school where he was educated and the schools which paid his (teacher) parents’ wages, the street lamps that lit his way home from rehearsals, and the benefits that sustained his bandmates when they were out of work.
[…] The temptation to snarkily quote lyrics has proven irresistible: “What a scummy man/ Just give him half a chance, I bet he’ll rob you if he can.” That song, of course, was a bleak piece of social realism about prostitution on the streets of Sheffield, a city in which the band exhibit a great deal of civic pride: they introduce themselves on stage as “The Arctic Monkeys, from High Green, Sheffield”, and the area telephone prefix 0114 is printed on Matt Helders’ drumhead. If they really cared about their hometown, they could always consider what that £1m could do for a city in which the number of people using food banks has almost doubled in the last 12 months, instead of leaving it to gather dust in Jersey.
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I like Joe Wilkinson, I like all of the people involved (not Carr), I like Countdown itself
But it’s just so lazy. As if the awful culture of making 90 percent of comedy shows panel games (because they’re easy, successful and cheap) couldn’t be worse, they just put comedy people into another existing format. It’s so disappointing.