CHRIS EVANS LAUGHING ALONE WITH PIZZA
Jaime, you deserve to be a citizen so hard. You are so good at doing my taxes.
If I ask my dog “Where’s your baby?” he’ll find her and they’ll cuddle
MTV surprised us all this week when they released the Faking It pilot online for a short—and feverish—48 hours. The new show, slated for the Tuesday night teen crowd, tells the story of best friends Amy and Karma, who pretend to be lesbians in order to reach maximum popularity at their liberal Austin, Texas, high school.
Yeah, I know how that premise sounds, so it’s no wonder the show is stirring up controversy. Most of the Faking It buzz on the web lately has centered around whether the show is doing a service or disservice to the LGBT community.
My opinion? It’s doing us a great service. Read on for my arguments as to why Amy, Karma, and their story are helping visibility and the LGBT cause.
worst pain imaginable
I didn’t wanna do my geo hw so I stitched this cracker to the arm of the couch
Drivers these days.
i have had it. OFFICIALLY
(on his move from Europe to Rockland County, NY at the age of 12) “I had an accent. High school was tough a little bit for a few years. I wanted to fit in. I wanted to be liked. I wanted to be good-looking. I wanted to be popular. I spent a lot of time thinking, ‘What are these people going to think of me?”