Favorite Fictional TV Ladies in 2011 | Liz Lemon, 30 Rock
“I’ve just had a hard couple of months. Work has been crazy, and I went through a bad break up, and then there was this plastic bag that represented my death.”
Physics Guys is in love with this man.
I mean that.
I guess we can call it “Rogdgering.” Right?
Actually, there’s a lot of faith going on privately with Rodgers… and there’s likely some divine intent inferred there… but keeping it there, in the private sphere, makes it completely tolerable for a non-believer like me to worship the ground on which this dude walks. :)
THIS IS EXACTLY WHAT I’VE ALWAYS WANTED.
THIS is giving me a reason to start an HBO savings account!
My heart swells with love whenever I look at this one.
so true. these are super madz
This was back when I still wanted to look really “pretty” for Halloween. Caits looks bangin, amiright?
Pouty face? Short skirt? Bathroom photo? 15 lbs thinner?
I MUST BE 18. JESUS CHRIST.
IT’S A FOOD POST :: SALT LAKE CITY EDITION
In keeping with my goal of eating smoked salmon as often as possible, I got the Salmon Benedict at Guy Fieri-recommended Blue Plate Diner.
VERDICT: That fat fuckface sure knows what he’s talking about.
Day 2 was to be a day of action, and what better way to start than with a cranberry scone and gigantic cup of coffee from The Coffee Garden, located in the trendy 9th & 9th area.
VERDICT: Good bakery, great coffee and dogs, babies and white people as far as the eye can see.
As stalwart fans of local brews, we ordered the Hop Rising Double IPA out of local brewery Squatter’s at dinner Saturday night — and then bought a sixer later on, which proved to be OUR WORST DECISION EVER come Sunday. Actually, that was probably just a bad decision, because surely the worst was drinking four of these each (at 9.0% ABV) and then going back to Lofte’s at 12:30 a.m. with some newly met hotel friends to order two beers ominously and predictably called “Devastator Double Bock” (at 8.0% ABV), THEN closing the bar and going back to our room to finish the box of wine.
VERDICT: The last thing I thought I’d leave Salt Lake City with was a monstrous hangover.
On the recommendation of switface’s coworker, we ate at The Copper Onion Saturday Night. Dismayed to discover a 90-minute wait, we happily sat at the chef’s table and made eyes at the geniuses preparing our dinner. Ordered the duck poutine to start on the recommendation of our waitress, and then the crab pasta and meatloaf, the latter of which was me being adventurous, seeing as I usually order salmon and nothing but salmon.
VERDICT: Wish I could realistically say that from now on I won’t put it in my mouth if it’s not smothered in gravy and goat cheese, but that would likely ruin rather than enhance the salmon I love so dearly. Meatloaf was the best restaurant meatloaf I’ve ever had, meaning that it’s almost as good as my mother’s.
giirrrl you said it