“All I ask is the chance to prove that money can’t make me happy.” – Spike Milligan
Tweeting The Truth
If we were to use Hollywood movies as guidelines for what romance and love look like, we would all be broke from buying roses and constantly soaking wet (because apparently, confrontations are better in a rainstorm).
The sex would always be hot, we would all look flawless waking up in the morning, and every night would consist of deep conversations in bed until the wee hours of the morning.
Yeah, no. That all might be probable and expected during the first few months or years of dating, but it’s not a sustainable life in the long-run, nor is it reasonable.
When you’ve been living with someone for a long time, romance looks very different. You get excited when your S.O. leaves the last Oreo for you or voluntarily cleans the bathroom when you’re out of town.
Here, twitter users summarize the realities of long-term relationships in 29 bitingly funny tweets.
If you work in an open office, you become acutely aware of the habits of those around you.
Incessant gum chewing, cracking knuckles, a high pitched laugh, messiness, never replacing the last bit of coffee…
These are just a few of the obnoxious behaviors we have to endure when we work in close proximity to others. But by far one of the most obnoxious things we as working members of society have to put up with is a coworker’s horrible taste in music.
And because it’s not even November yet, many of our coworkers will have the audacity to start up with the Christmas jams because some people are sadists who like to fuck with our whole sense of reality.
The next time Larry from accounting decides to spring that Mariah Carey song on you, show him this.
Wheel of Musical Impressions with Melissa Villaseñor
Jimmy challenges Saturday Night Live’s Melissa Villaseñor to a game of random musical impressions like Gwen Stefani singing “Three Blind Mice” and Post Malone singing “Itsy Bitsy Spider.”
Watch the video here