he's (not) funny

Gerard Pique did not travel back with the team to Barcelona. He stayed in Madrid from where he will fly to the United States. Specifically to Harvard where he is going to attend a master course in ‘Business, Media, Sports and Entertainment' as he told the press in his pre-CDR final press conference. [MD]

this sounds like a 2013 tumblr story but the funniest thing i know of is the fact that my dad’s first job as a desperate teen was to record dianetic scientology confessions and answer phonecalls for them. just, a broke seventeen yr old getting money by just basically saying “cool story bro” at ppl telling him they were reincarnated aliens.

Incorrect X Men: Apocalypse
  • <p> <b><p></b> <b><p></b> <b>Peter:</b> *runs in* Guys, I can't stand it anymore, I have to tell you something. I have chylamidia<p/><b>Jean:</b> What<p/><b>Scott:</b> WHAT<p/><b>Jubilee:</b> Oh My God<p/><b>Peter:</b> Yeah, I know<p/><b>Scott:</b> Are you serious<p/><b>Peter:</b> Yeah, the doctor called, and told me I tested positive<p/><b>Jean:</b> How is that Possible<p/><b>Peter:</b> I DONT KNOW HOW<p/><b>Jubilee:</b> Well, do you wear condoms<p/><b>Peter:</b> No<p/><b>Jubilee:</b> Well, that would be how<p/><b>Scott:</b> PETER ARE YOU KIDDING ME<p/><b>Peter:</b> The one time I bought them, I got nervous, and panicked.<p/><b>Scott:</b> NO PETER, THERES NO EXCUSE, THAT IS COMPLETELY IRRESPONSIBLE, YOU HAVE TO WEAR ONE EVERY TIME<p/><b>Jean:</b> Stop yelling, I'm sure he feels bad enough<p/><b>Scott:</b> NO, JEAN, THIS ISNT OKAY. PETER NEEDS TO BE SLUT SHAMED, IM SLUT SHAMING YOU PETER.<p/><b>Jubilee:</b> You're lucky you just got chylamidia, you could've gotten something that can't be cured<p/><b>Jean:</b> You could've gotten somebody pregnant, did you think about that<p/><b>Scott:</b> SLUT, SLUT SHAMED<p/><b>Jubilee:</b> Well, you are getting treated right?<p/><b>Peter:</b> Yes, I take antibiotics for two weeks, and then I go for a check up to make sure its cured.<p/><b>Jubilee:</b> You have to tell the girl you slept with.<p/><b>Peter:</b> Which One?<p/><b>Jubilee:</b> What<p/><b>Jean:</b> I'm sorry, "Which One."<p/><b>Peter:</b> Yeah, I've been sleeping with two different girls<p/><b>Scott:</b> *aggressively puts on hand sanitizer* WHO ARE YOU, ITS LIKE I DONT EVEN KNOW YOU<p/><b>Jean:</b> Scott, Calm Down. Look, you gave to tell the girls that you have chlamydia, you owe it to them.<p/></p><p/></p><p/></p>
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~GENERATING!~ Live - Mamo Jokes With His Fanboy in the Audience with English subtitles (*^ . ^*)

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replied to your photo : When you just got finished doing some nasty shit…

lmao wtf is that pig even xD

lmao he got it at a garage sale on his way to class one day. now it just sits on his end table and judges him. he’s seen some shit.

Oh man, I’ve been dying to get a copy of this book for as long as I’ve known of its existence. It arrived this afternoon and I honestly couldn’t put it down until I finished it a few minutes ago.

It’s more of a biography/account of the space program written by the “co-author” Henry Still, with intermittent insights by Betty Grissom, but there’s definitely a tilt towards the personal side and every reminisce by Betty is just,, so neat to hear. I’ve had a… complicated? view of Gus’ family, especially on things that happened post-fire, but reading Starfall has completely changed my perspective. I hope someday I can be even half the wife, mother, and woman that Betty is. She was lucky to have Gus, but he was even more blessed to find a woman like her to support and love him through a tumultuous life.

It was written in the 70s so it doesn’t cover the problems they’ve had with Scott since then, and there is maybe some unfair bias against certain people within the space program (take the last few chapters with a grain of salt), but overall it’s an unbelievably cool insight into Gus’ life, how he was as a husband and father and man. He was so, so special and I feel blessed to be able to know him the way I do. I love Gus even more than I did 6 hours ago, if that’s possible. I miss him a lot more, too. It’s full of very poignant quotes from Gus and others, but my favorite might be from Betty towards the end:

“I hate that Gus is gone, but I guess the program was worth it. He wouldn’t have had it any other way.”