Catch of the Day, oil painting by Paul Richmond

It was just another casual beachside stroll for our Cheesecake Boy hunk, until his shorts got snagged by a fisherman’s hook! Onlookers must suspect something fishy is going on as our hapless hero topples to the ground – his cheeks turning the same shade of red as his now-exposed undies. Only time will tell what happens next once the lucky fisherman reels in his greatest catch yet!

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back to school with super junior

to everyone who is about to go back or has already gone back to school, study hard, make new friends, try different things, set goals, don’t stress, and remember: “eat well, sleep well, do well, what more is there?” have a great year!


Mad Max Fury Road. 

Seriously the best film I’ve seen in theaters in over a decade. I haven’t felt so immersed and attached to characters since The Lord of the Rings trilogy concluded back in 2003. Absolutely beautiful looking film, spectacular visuals, great characters, and especially wonderful female characters in a genre lacking in them, and most of all, superb storytelling. 

Mad Max has an incredibly unique look and feel that doesn’t feel rolled off a manufacturing line ala Marvel films, isn’t full of needless exposition like Nolan’s stupid Batman films, and its action scenes, while splendidly over-the-top, didn’t feel vacuous or boring, like Pacific Rim, The Expandables or The Fast and Furious, all movies that claim to be the new standard in action. 

I really do think and hope that Furiosa will be regarded as this century’s Ellen Ripley or Sarah Connor. One of the best characters to emerge from a film in a long time.