In honor of Valentine’s day, and as a tribute to Sound Opinions, I am creating my own list of sad love songs. I am stealing one of their best, but I have room on my list for more. Suggestions?
- Ain’t No Sunshine – Bill Withers
- I Don’t Know Why – Stevie Wonder
- Eleanor Rigby – Beatles
- Nineteen – Old 97s
- Lonely Teardrops – Jackie Wilson
- Great Pretender – Silver Platters
- Iowa – Dar Williams
- Pink Triangle – Weezer
- Last Kiss – J. Frank
The title is the mix name.
There’s Speed Stick, there’s Lady Speed Stick, and then there’s Secret, the woman’s deodorant that’s “Strong enough for a man, but made for a woman.”
There’s the Incredible Hulk, and then there’s Lady Hulk, aka She-Hulk. After she receives a blood transfusion from her cousin Bruce Banner, she gains the ability to transform from a fragile, timid young woman into an a green, voluptuous, muscular, scantily-clad Amazon. A later storyline in which Lady Hulk is exposed to radiation prevents her from transforming back into her original form, so she must remain green, voluptuous, and as far as I can tell, scantily clad, forever.
So, in a sense, Lady Hulk is strong enough for a woman, but made for a man.
I sent about 100 texts today confirming my new cell phone number with my contacts. A few people wrote back to say hi, all of them seeming to understand who I am.
Except one. My sister.
Me: Hi, this is MarsIAm and this is my new number. Ttys!
Sister: MarsIam who?
Me: [believing this is a joke, I typed] :p
Sister: I’m serious
Me: We’ve met before, we share 50% of our DNA.
That triggered her memory all right
Sure, you’ve heard of funemployment, but what about funderemployment? Articles about the recent job market always lump unemployment and underemployment statistics together, but apparently straight up unemployment is a lot more fun.
I found this flyer on a telephone pole in Chapel Hill last weekend.
As the owner of two new kittens, and currently still unpaid by my university (don’t even get me started), I find this a little
But not necessarily in that order.
i never thought i would see such despair and rage on the face of a rabbit