"And every last bit of me’s covered in…oh"
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I just watched Dave Chappelle quit stand up. Out in the Comcast Theater in Hartford, Connecticut, shivering in the open air, I can’t think that this is anything else. I felt this coming just five minutes after the silver curtain had dropped dramatically, by which point the former Comedy Central star had barely gotten any jokes out. We all knew it was five minutes because, with an edge in his voice, Chappelle had ticked off the time.
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Bless David Sedaris’ heart. These are the kind of things you notice as a waitress. I’ve also found that many straight men will create what we like to refer to as a “gay buffer.” When a group of 2 or more (presumably straight) guys are required to sit at a place like the bar of a diner or restaurant, they will inevitably leave at least one seat between themselves and the next man in line. Because god forbid if their elbows touch while eating that might mean they’re boning each other.
Or if you are taking public transit with your bros, you can’t possibly sit next to each other, no, everyone needs his own pair of seats, even if that means other people traveling with each other can’t sit together and get talked over by the bros who won’t just sit with each other.
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THIS IS FUCKING BEAUTIFUL
wow you’re all fab
I saw this at the science centre and they had little testimonials that had people talking about how generally the view on prosthetics is “if it’s functional it’s fine” but having something that is functional, and sometimes obvious and embarrassing turn into art is something a really appreciate.
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