Featuring Hannah Hart, a carabiner and Sara Ramirez.
Like last time, as we proceed in the comments, remember the severity or levity of your hypotheticals might feed the power a person has over you. Tread carefully, and let’s have fun.
How lucky that I’m perfectly within my right as a citizen to disregard the original plot of a movie that’s been out for 28 years and choose to instead interpret their connection as romantic and not platonic.
From jelly “the colour of sadness” to giant cakes and turtle soup, I’ve got a menu you’ll probably want to replicate at home while your cat screams into a pillow.
Let’s get you into a monocle that’ll have them saying, “Wow, who’s that stylish lesbian that looks like they belong to an early 20th century sapphic scene alongside Eleanor Roosevelt?”
Drink every time the camera cuts to Jennifer Lawrence and she’s not drinking directly out of the table’s Moet bottle.
Just wondering, no reason.
Chocolate Mousse tastes WAY better without sedatives.
The government should already be buying me my tampons, but they’re not, and so Mike Pence will.
Comedians DeAnne Smith, Jess Salomon and Eman El-Husseini star in their new stand up show “Girl on Girl on Girl” happening in NYC on November 9th. And they’re giving away tickets to see it!
They don’t drink their wine.
Stills of Charlene’s face framed on a desk where a cat also sits. Stills of pieces of toast. Stills of women with relaxed faces in natural, casual repose.
How many Holtzmanns can one party have?
The album isn’t actually moving, you guys. That’s part of a DeAnne Smith joke, and one of my favorites. Anyway get this album!
As a woman don’t work at night but also don’t be home at night but also don’t be out at night.
If they all sit at the bar, in what order should they sit so that the couples can sit next to each other, Kayla doesn’t have the opportunity to play footsie with her crush, and Shannon and Valerie are as far apart as possible?
“Hi, Linda, how are you?” “Hi, Erin. My husband’s not gay.”
What will we be watching? Who will die first?
Just two days before marrying fellow comedian Rhea Butcher in her hometown of Chicago, Cameron Esposito invited a whole bunch of strangers to her bachelor party, otherwise known as her first standup special.
“Expound the value of systematic deception, use high-sounding slogans and phrases and advocate lavish promises [or roses] to the masses even though they cannot be kept.”
“I’m going to carry on doing what I love and I’m going to enjoy every minute of it… being trans does not mean that you need to give up on your life, or your friends, or your family, or your career or your achievements.”