eideteker -- What's Jon Lovitz's best work? The Critic. What's Jon Lovitz' best SNL character?
The Master Thespian.
The host of "Tales of Ribaldry".
pooplord -- I was just informed I have to do some last minute Friday afternoon work with short turnaround, but that I will get a "treat" for it. Predict my treat!
Your choice of anywhere between 4 and 7 items purchased from the vending machine.
"Hey, we figured we'd all have to come in on Saturday, but you guys cranked this out tonight so have a good one and we'll see you on Monday!"
"We won't ask you to do anything like this for at least another three weeks. Tops."
To reward you for the three or more hours of overtime you put in this Friday, you guys can leave an hour early next Friday!
popespydie -- Seriously, why are soap operas still around?
The housewives who made them popular way back when still aren't working.
Thanks to TiVo, anybody who got sucked into them during summers at home from college can still tune in.
The pool of future talk, reality and game show hosts depends on them.
Somebody has to wear the same dress as a real celebrity for comparison in "Who Wore It Better" features of gossip mags.
subbes -- How to recover from a zing
"Yeah, you would have to go there."
"Yes, I suppose you're right. We all have our shortcomings, don't we?"
"Oh, yeah? Well, the Jerk Store called, and they ran out of you."
Mimic the person in a high-pitched singsongy voice using only meow-like sounds.
absolutcalm -- IF you were going to create the ultimate annoying celebrity you love to hate, Weird Science style, what would be the main ingredients? Please check all that apply.
A "clever" catchphrase.
Crazy parents or other family members.
Indeterminable talent/reason for celebrity.
Repeated attempts at double- or triple-treat, i.e. singing actresses, perfume-designing pop stars.
Over-the-top hostility towards the paparazzi.
A penchant for blurting out whichever thought is in their head whenever a mic is in front of them.
Some tragic childhood thing like molestation or an eating disorder they publicly overcome.
renob423 -- why does anyoe bother putting up christmas decorations or any holiday decorations for that matter? it's just a bunch of tacky shit you have to put up for like a month and then take back down, and then you gotta store all that bullshit til next year. Because unlike [other thing that you do over and over only to require redoing], Christmas decorations are fun.
Making your bed.
Washing your car.
Evan and I have been moving into our new house gradually over the past few weeks, bringing over a carload of boxes and stuff every time we go out there. There are two theories on the gradual move versus the all-at-once big moving day. Your take?
Moving gradually is better because it's not as overwhelming. Taking a carload here and there isn't as physically or mentally draining as an entire day of the pure hell that is moving.
At least with the one big moving day you have one day of shit and it's over. Spreading it out is like having to endure a bunch of hells over the course of howevermany weeks.