Mrs Versus

Comments from Mrs Versus

I'm sorry to say I know Josh Duhamel very, very well from his years as the sexy but duplicitous Leo on All My Children (wildly popular with kids).
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January 23, 2013 on Josh Duhamel Is Hosting The Nickelodeon Kids Choice Awards, OBVIOUSLY
Kelly, after 31 years of having long hair because I thought I'd look like a moonfaced boy if I cut it, and going around all jealous of the pixie-cut darlings, I just went and did it, and it's fantastic. As my hairdresser says, everyone knows what your head looks like; stop being a baby.
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July 13, 2011 on Here Are Some Afternoon Links!
I would totally watch this show.
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July 7, 2011 on Roseanne’s Nuts Is ACTUALLY About Nuts?!
Sasha Grey, please stop not doing porn.
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June 27, 2011 on Sasha Grey Is In The New Eminem Music Video, So
I had a hard time believing there is a tattoo artist who owns shirts with sleeves.
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June 9, 2011 on Facebook Tattoo Is Fakebook Untrue
I wish they'd tried harder to make the tattoo parlor look like a tattoo parlor and not a medical billing office.
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June 9, 2011 on Facebook Tattoo Is Fakebook Untrue
Joy Indian is my favorite in PS. Mm, Chef's Special Vegetable Delight, preferred by our Celebrity Customers!
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June 7, 2011 on Facebook Friend Tattoo And Tattoos In General
I just got my first a few weeks ago, and it's fantastic. I am annoyed with myself that I didn't do it sooner.
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June 7, 2011 on Facebook Friend Tattoo And Tattoos In General
That's a little like saying "Movies are degrading to women."
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June 6, 2011 on Zachary Briggs IS Available For Your Porn Movie
I know you can do it, zeenah! I got a friend who was teaching her kids to include me.
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June 1, 2011 on If You Believe In Yourself, You Will Know How To Ride A Bike!
He's slated to play Satan in a CGI Paradise Lost, which (the entire project) makes me deeply sad.
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June 1, 2011 on Bradley Cooper Speaking French, Ladies!
I think Sasha Grey was a wonderful porn star. She should make more porn! She was very good at porn.
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June 1, 2011 on Well, This Sasha Grey “Short Film” Is Terrible
"I think that there is a kind of a gravitas in a way." -- Richard Phillips "I'm sure. That's probably very true." -- You
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June 1, 2011 on Well, This Sasha Grey “Short Film” Is Terrible
I cried because I'm 31 and only learned how to ride a bike two years ago and am still shaky. Thanks, kid! I *will* believe in myself!
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June 1, 2011 on If You Believe In Yourself, You Will Know How To Ride A Bike!
See, I named my proposal attempt for an early-18th-century text that viciously denounced the policies that kept the Irish underclass living in a state of starvation and despair by satirically suggesting we might as well buy and eat their children's flesh, because no one seems to care whether they live or die. Romance!
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June 1, 2011 on Stupid Graffiti Marriage Proposal Isn’t That Bad
The market for twerk-ready video vixens may be bullish today, but I fear the bursting of the twerk bubble.
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May 18, 2011 on The 11th Spring Jam Of 2011: Mr. Ghetto’s “Walmart”
I thought the best laugh was "Lillian! [stare]"
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May 16, 2011 on The Videogum Movie Club: Bridesmaids
I saw it last night! We laughed! Normally when I see a movie in which a guy has serious emotional problems and is a dick but the girl forgives him and saves him in the end, I think, oh fuck that's gonna last like two minutes because he's still a mess, right? [SPOILER SORTA] Well, at the end of this one, I thought the same thing about Kristin Wiig's character, who is me basically (I never get to see movie characters who are me! it was weird!), that she's still a fucking mess and that guy should run. I confronted myself. Because of Bridesmaids.
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May 16, 2011 on The Videogum Movie Club: Bridesmaids
Baby Friday! Come play with us forever!
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May 14, 2011 on Monsters’ Ball: The Week’s Best Comments
Maybe they'll combine forces and do a song about how to smerk it, or twang it.
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May 13, 2011 on For The Fellas: A Video With So Many Butts, So NSFW.
I can see the Cosmo headline now.
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May 13, 2011 on For The Fellas: A Video With So Many Butts, So NSFW.
When I look at a photo of RP, I think, "What a handsome young man! I would hit that." Then he opens his mouth and it's gone. Is that why God invented ball gags?
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May 13, 2011 on Teen Korner: Special Edish: HAPPY BIRTHDAY, ROBERT PATTINSON!!
Microsecond. I'll show myself out.
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May 5, 2011 on Conan: The Barbarian Trailer, You Guys
I couldn't really see what this movie is supposed to be about because the editor spent more time FADING than showing a single image for more than a microsection. EASE UP ON THE FADE BUTTON, EDITOR.
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May 5, 2011 on Conan: The Barbarian Trailer, You Guys
I'm with you, limesix. I really tried to like them when my friends pushed them on me, but I only got through the first one and one movie. It just kept making me wish I were reading Susan Cooper again as a kid. Those books were terrifying and awesome. Maybe it's because I teach college literature and, when I ask my English majors (ENGLISH MAJORS) who their favorite author is and they say Rowling, I get bored. I die of boredom every time. I am a ghost a thousand times over now. Because liking Rowling doesn't mean they're curious about gothic literature or mythic children's lit or even fucking fantasy novels; they just like Harry Potter. Maybe it's also because whenever I spot a sexy dude with a big fat book on the subway and I'm all wondering what his deal is (Pynchon? Wallace? Fielding? George Eliot?), maybe I could hit that, he'll turn a bit and I'll see it's fucking Harry Potter. Lady-boner-killer.
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April 28, 2011 on Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows: Part II Trailer, You Guys
God, I want to give you a hug. I'm 31 and still working out a bitch of an anxiety disorder. It's really hard to explain to people who know me where it comes from, because the usual response is still this "toughen up! don't let it get to you!" stuff I heard when I was 8. It's not a rational response. And when people really like you immediately, and say wow you're really great, are you always waiting for them to tell you of course they're kidding? It doesn't matter how far away from that I get; I just lost trust in people right at the moment when I was figuring out what people are and do and how they treat each other. I don't know if it's any kind of advice, but I was 28 when I started saying to myself that the only thing that kept me from killing myself in 4th grade was the fantasy that when I was older, I'd be so much more free. So I owe that little miserable kid who I once was the gift of just fucking doing whatever I want.
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April 27, 2011 on The Bully Project Trailer, You Guys
That is, I don't put primary blame on bystanders, of course, but when all these people are asking how to get all this to stop, they seem to be talking exclusively about the bullies and the bullees, when the only thing I ever saw stop a bullying session was a neutral party expressing that it wasn't cool.
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April 27, 2011 on The Bully Project Trailer, You Guys
It would be great if schools and parents took the thing about solidarity seriously. I think that while there are going to be bullies, and there are always going to be weird kids, we should also be talking to the kids who are neither, and teaching them that siding with the weird kid is always the better thing to do. I didn't expect them to be my best friends or even snitch, but just one or two people saying "That's not cool" would have made a world of difference for me. With adults, there may be only a handful who openly tell racist/homophobic/misogynistic/transphobic/mental-illness jokes, but there are a lot more who find it easier to laugh perfunctorily along than to make it clear that they don't find it funny. It seems like no one's hurt if there's not a "victim" in the room, but it makes the joker feel like it's OK. Can we please come up with things that are funny other than the fact that some people get treated like shit (because that's not actually funny)?
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April 27, 2011 on The Bully Project Trailer, You Guys