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Andie: I just want them to know that they didn't break me. -Pretty in Pink

Prom. It’s that time of year. I had fairy tale ideas of what prom would be like, of course. Reality fell short. WAY short. When I think of prom, I hardly think of my own. 149 more words


Men Who Wear Chubbies.

As spring is upon us, it seems inevitable that certain “men” are going to start breaking out their Chubbies. For those of you with dicks who don’t know what Chubbies are, they look like a pair of shorts that would only be acceptable to wear in the 80s. 130 more words

Missing A Dick

'The Blacklist' Producers Pay Close Attention to Social Media

Fans of NBC’s “The Blacklist,” take note, the show’s producers are watching.

“We pay very close attention to the feedback,” said exec producer John Fox at the Television Academy’s Evening with “The Blacklist” Wednesday at New York’s Florence Gould Hall. 626 more words


The Bloodlist (Fun With Photoshop)

I’ve done professional renderings for various companies, but now I usually only do this kind of work for myself.

This is a cosplay I’m putting together for conventions, based loosely on… 63 more words


The Blacklist "Milton Bobbit" Review

Chris Chaisson

Liz’s (Megan Boone) team chases after a man who coerces people into committing murder-suicides in the newest Blacklist. Nicknamed “The Undertaker,” Milton Bobbit (Damian Young) finds terminally ill patients through their canceled life insurance policies with his company, offering financial security for their loved ones if they carry out his dirty work. 604 more words


A Few Thoughts on The Blacklist

I like NBC’s The Blacklist, I really do.  I like it so much that I have linked the official website on the right rail of this blog.   844 more words

TV / Television

March Madness Ends and normal madness is resumed...

March Madness may well be over, but all that reading has left me way behind on reviews! I did manage to start all my 10 books in March, but unfortunately didn’t manage to finish Point Omega by Don DeLillo. 763 more words