Going Where Life Takes You

The Nightcap

Nightcap for 03/28/2019


“Avoid popularity; it has many snares, and no real benefit.” – William Penn


A TV series is only as good as the characters in it.

For example, the show Parks and Recs is magical – not only because the writing is incredibly funny and well done, but also because it stars an excellent cast with phenomenal characters. Even the worst characters like Ron Swanson are amazingly well-developed and executed.

Another example (and this one I recognize is wildly unpopular and borderline sacrilegious), the show How I Met Your Mother sucks. It had potential to be funny, but the characters are so annoying, it’s hard to get through a single episode.

Of all the great characters in television history, Ned Flanders from the Simpsons has got to be up there as one of the best. He’s just the right amount of dorky, lovable, and funny that makes him uniquely interesting and unlike any other character on TV.

In fact, Ned Flanders is so popular, this one metal band formed a group dedicated just to him and it’s pure genius.

Changing Your Position

I’m all for experimenting in the bedroom. Variety is the spice of life after all, right?

This is particularly true if are in a long-term relationship or marriage. Predictability and patterns can get mundane and actually lead to lackluster and no action between the sheets. So yeah… mixing it up in the bedroom is highly recommended by virtually everyone, including relationship and love experts.

But let’s be REAL clear – “mixing it up” does NOT mean switching your place in bed when you sleep. Everyone knows that partners have “their side of the bed.” In fact, even when you AREN’T in a relationship, most people gravitate to a particular side.

If you don’t have a side of the bed, that’s weird as shit, borderline psychopathic, really.

Which is exactly what this one Twitter user found out when he mentioned that he and his wife often change-up which side of the bed they sleep on.

Jimmy and Conor McGregor Hang Out and Sing at an Irish Pub

Jimmy interviews Conor McGregor at Paddy Reilly’s Music Bar, where they chat about the UFC champion’s Proper No. Twelve whiskey, his days as a plumber long before becoming a notorious fighter and giving back.

Watch here