This was the first time I saw Jason Momoa and I immediately thought he was jaw-droppingly hot. I thoroughly enjoyed Conan the Barbarian, though I didn’t pay much attention because I was so distracted by his gorgeousness. Then, of course, I saw Game of Thrones and that totally shut it down. I was hooked. “Hi, my name is Alexis and I am a Momoaholic.” Read the rest of this entry »
I recently finished reading the uber best-seller Fifty Shades of Grey, which will soon become a Hollywood production, and I was left feeling intrigued, disappointed, angered, amused, disgusted and entertained. I had a lot to say about the book–and I’m sure there are going to be tons of fans who launch a tirade at me, but I welcome any discussion, so go ahead and tweet me or hit me up on facebook to tell me what you think.
Let me start off by saying that I’m no English Lit major and I’m not a big time reader, but I have read my fair share of book-to-screen adaptations and, since this book will soon become a movie, I feel qualified to make a judgement call. This review will contain some spoilers, so consider yourself warned!
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Have you read the books? What did you think? And what does the popularity of BDSM erotica say about today’s women?
I’m totally hooked on Comedy Central’s new series Key & Peele. I was literally in tears I was laughing so hard during the first episode and every single one since has contained some brilliant gems. This was one of my all time favorite sketches. More after the jump…
I completely forgot about this parody from Chris Rock until I stumbled upon it while cleaning out my iTunes library. This has so many quotable lines it’s hard to keep track. My faves are “The ODB couldn’t have possibly committed all those crimes! Coolio did some of that shit.” and “Why spend the next 20 years in jail because someone smudged your Puma?”
For those who don’t know, Clark and Michael was an internet series starring Clark Duke and Michael Cera and it’s my favorite thing to ever come from the internet. There were only 10 episodes, but those contained lines I still quote to this day, most of them coming from my comedy crush, Clark Duke.
Here are a few of my faves:
“If there’s one piece of lettuce in my hard shell taco, I’ll but it down, whole building.”
“Her ass was shaped bizarre. It was like two globes of two different planets colliding.”
And of course, there’s Clark’s pitch for his secret show, “D.A. Dad”:
“It’s about a single father of three that’s also a district attorney for the city. That’s the genius of it; the complexity. You got it on two levels – you got it on parallel rails running down: a theme on one side, and character arc on the other. We’re going to nail that 18-34 market. He thinks he’s teaching these kids but these kids are really teaching him.”
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