golden years

  • what she says: i’m fine
  • what she means: in season 5 episode 16 of 30 rock liz responds to someone saying 'that’s what she said' with “first of all, steve carell owns ‘that’s what she said’. he owns it.” based on this we can assume that the office is a canon sitcom in the 30 rock universe. while it is unknown if 30 rock is canon in the office universe, tina fey and saturday night live are. in season 2 episode 16 of the office, michael visits new york and thinks he sees tina fey in rockefeller center, mistaking another brunette woman in glasses for her (narrowly missing conan o’brien walk by in doing so) so if we look at the evide

In the 1950s and ‘60s, if there were any children’s books in a house, at least one of them was likely to be a Little Golden Book. With their golden spines and brightly colored pictures, they begged to be grabbed off a shelf by a curious child — which is exactly what their creators intended. Those beloved books celebrate their 75th birthday this year.

'The Poky Little Puppy’ And His Fellow Little Golden Books Are Turning 75

Image: Courtesy of Penguin Random House

lordhyderon-deactivated20170208  asked:

kill me with 34

OMG! What the fuck is wrong with you, man? D: Now in revenge, i’ll write other kind of dying.

34. In a pool of your own blood

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Hyde’s day had been a nightmare.

Not only Kelso and Brooke thought it was a good day to have a big fight and leave their eldest daughter with him so they could resolve their crap alone, but the latest album shipment to Grooves was completely wrong. The distributor had screwed up his order, and he was the one who had to fix it.

He hated this part of being The Boss. He tried his damn best, but on days like this he wished he could still be the lazy kid in the basement. But nope.

Nowdays he was the owner of a growing chain of music stores that also supported small bands, giving them a chance to get heard. He was also a very stressed-out-at-the-moment husband and a very worried-for-the-past-week father.

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