“This is a ridiculous amount of sweat. I know this is hot yoga and everything, but how is there even this much sweat in me? How is this possible? This seems unsafe. Is this normal? Maybe I’m peeing. Am I peeing? How can there be this much sweat in a person? I think it’s pee.”
Tiny Pineapple, you’re so real. Your feelings about dog walks are my feelings about dog walks.
A critter is someone who does things that normal people do in a way cuter than the average person.
I hope next week’s episode involves a girl on a bike, DeAnne Smith. Maybe you could pull some strings?
“Wait, everyone just ignore the bird.”
New episode of Tiny Pineapple went up yesterday, but I was too busy to tell you about it then. I make up for that here, now. Today.
This week DeAnne hit me in the heart space with a segment that consisted of two of the most amazing people on both Mt. Feelings and The World At-Large: DeAnne Smith herself and Marni, the Co-Director of A-Camp and the Face of Canada.
“We set out to make a show wherein the show opening and the credits were much longer than the show itself, and I think we succeeded here.”
“I’m still not sure how any of it happens.”
“I love Jewish gays.”
“Truffle oil is too far for anything.”
“Why is this so fucking hard?”
This video party has Ciara and Nick Minaj’s video, Tig’s documentary, Julie and Brandy’s webseries, and DeAnne’s nerdy song. WHAT IF ALL THE PEOPLE FROM THIS PARTY ACTUALLY LIVED TOGETHER. They’d definitely have the perfect cat.
“Whisky and Doritos is a great diet.”
“I hope nobody’s listening.” – DeAnne Smith
A-Camp just keeps getting better and better which means this October’s gonna blow your mind. Registration starts NOW.
“I’m gonna support the SHIT outta you.” (Also, a Lilith Flair playlist!)
Welcome to the first of four fantastic recamps of May 2013 A-Camp. In this fascinating installment, we’ll detail the very first moments of our time together on the mountain and also bears.
Jessie J’s new music video, the most talented bear in the world, Easy Abby’s season finale, and DeAnne Smith’s webseries are partying back in the real world.
DeAnne Smith on the teevee, Arrested Development, Brooklyn 99, and gas station karaoke party it up.
“I wouldn’t put it past Melissa Etheridge to presciently write a song about me and this cat 19 years before our love manifested.”