bed wear


“I have a slideshow of diagrams from Midnight that, unfortunately for all of us, adhere to the curriculum. Mic will be over later with a disturbing puppet show. If any of you have less-than-human anatomy, I don’t want to know about it. That’s what masturbation and the internet is for. We have to do this today while Mineta is away. Bakugou, doing that will give you brain damage, stop. Oh, Midoriya, you’re allowed to sit outside, I got the note from your mother. Now. God, I need a pay raise. Does everyone know what a penis looks like? …Don’t answer that.”


This has been in my head for like a week. I like to think that Stan is ridiculously susceptible to genuine compliments, especially ones from his brother.

  • Bo Burnham's lyrics: *Stack up consecutive double and triple entendres in syncopated rap rhythm, including dense, intensely clever wordplay that you won't fully register until the fifth listen in your car on a cloudy Saturday afternoon*
  • Bo Burnham's lyrics: *Make satire out of privilege, romance, gender roles, most genres of mainstream music, and the performing arts as an entire industry in a way that is universally comical but also genuinely thought-provoking*
  • Bo Burnham's lyrics: *Address heavy societal issues in depth but generally keeps everything lighthearted with his own brand of optimistic nihilism. Are well-read and often make references to classic literature. Provide insight on religion and existentialism on the level of a TED Talk*
  • Also Bo Burnham's lyrics: "Here's my impression of a broken jet ski. Padadadadadadadadada. Fill me with gas. I'm a jet ski."