“The only time my prayers are never answered is on the golf course.” –
If you don’t know what Grindr is, don’t feel too bad. It’s not an app to find the best coffee shops in your area and it also means you’re probably not gay.
Now, if you ARE a gay man, then maybe feel a little bad you don’t know what Grindr is cuz “Grrrrrrrrrl, you are missing out.” It is essentially what straight people WISH Tindr was.
So of course, when State Representative, Bill Sanderson of Kentucky, got caught on the infamous gay dating website, shit hit the fan (and not in a good way.) Particularly, since Sanderson has long campaigned against the gay community.
This is clearly bad news for his supporters but great news for the gay community who might dig the look of a guy who looks like he came right off the set of “Office Space.”
Read the whole story, here.
Unless you’re, say, a personal trainer or a Tony Robbins-esque inspirational speaker (minus the creeper status and bad teeth) – your job probably takes a huge toll on your body.
If you have an office job sitting at a desk all day staring at a screen, that wreaks havoc on both your posture and eyes. Conversely, if you are a stripper, dancing in smoky rooms, coked out of your mind, is ALSO not recommended by the Surgeon General.
In other words, no matter what you do or how you do it, it is very likely that many of your habits will cause long-term health issues.
Here are just a few examples of things nearly all of us are guilty of doing and probably should stop ASAP before we turn into chronically sick, hunchback tubs of lard.
Build a Band with Fred Armisen
Jimmy and Fred Armisen are challenged to think of a band name and improvise a hit song on the spot in a random musical style based on the first words they can think of.