Comments from paigeme

My theory about Joel is that they're making him act like a jerk because he's been having a secret affair with Pete!!!! (Sidenote! WHO NAMES A FEMALE CHARACTER PETE!?!?) So, Joel is trying to blame the break-up/divorce on the fact that Roy kissed Julia. They'll get divorced and Julia will think it's all her fault, which makes room for Joel and Pete to have their trailer affair on the job site without feeling guilty or having to come clean about the affair! BUUUUUUT we know the Bravermans and one of them will somehow find out what's going on and it will all blow up in Joel's face! I picture Big Bro Adam walking into the trailer with the intent on trying to talk some sense into Joel and it's at this point where he walks in on Joel and Pete doing it. PLOT TWIST: MAYBE he walks in on Joel doing it with a MAN NAMED PETE and it turns out that he's gay and he was scared to tell Julia about his love of man. I love and hate this show so much.
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January 27, 2014 on Let’s Check In On Parenthood, Please
Why is this guy so desperate to eat floor nibblets of Grape Nuts in the first place?
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October 10, 2013 on Don’t Eat Cat Vomit At Work Today
It didn't occur to me until about the 5 minute mark that it is possible that they're not Asian.
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June 4, 2013 on Sam’s Dance Show 2013
I hope no one beats me to registering via
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February 4, 2013 on Well? So What’s Your Favorite Company Now?
I liked the Oreo's (library whispering) ad, however, I don't see how anyone could think the cookie is the best part of an Oreo. There's a reason why they came out with double-stuf cream Oreos and not double-stuf cookie Oreos. CREAMS 4EVA.
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February 4, 2013 on Well? So What’s Your Favorite Company Now?
Sometimes you just have to tell it like it is... this post made me laugh so hard.
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February 1, 2013 on Ultimate Musician Battle: Horse VS Man
I was showing my kindergarten teacher my picture of a lion that I perfectly colored. I called her "Mom." No one would have known, but she started laughing so loudly and then shouted out, "PAIGE JUST CALLED ME 'MOM'!!!! OHHHHHHH!!!! THAT'S SO FUNNY!!!!" Ugh. That was also the same year that I peed my pants and had to wear lost and found sweatpants the nurse gave me (that I would have never been caught dead in). All of the kids knew of my fashion sense too, so they all started asking questions: "What happened to your jeans, Paige?" "Where did your pants go?" "Whose pants are you wearing, Paige?" "What's going on over there with the mop and janitor and the 'WET FLOOR' cones?" I tried to pretend the sweatpants were mine and I had been wearing them all along. I discovered that telling the other kids they were mine was almost as embarrassing as telling them I wet myself. Oh! I almost forgot I had to wear some weird over-sized silk underwear that wasn't mine either. To top all of this off, my mom washed the sweatpants and underwear and made me take them back to the nurse. Still healing, guys.
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January 30, 2013 on A New Addition To Our Sports Blooper Reel!
I like(d) Taylor and her music (for the most part), but I feel as if she's going down this path where she is eventually going to be completely unlikeable as a person for how she makes gains in her career, among other things. She is starting to seem needy and she's allowing herself to fall into that roll, which makes me sad. Before "Red" came out, she seemed like a strong woman that allowed young women to look up to her. Now it seems like she's become a dependent woman who only thrives on being in a relationship with boys (not men, like she should be with) and I think she enters these relationships full-knowing that they're not going to work out, just so that she has material for her next album. Seems like she's slowly letting Hollywood get to her and I can't help but think she's become kind of fake and actually kind of mean herself. I feel so sad writing this about her because three years ago I thought she was totally fun, but now I just wish I was her friend so I could tell her to "STOP IT!"
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January 29, 2013 on Some Extraordinary News
This idea is very stupid.
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January 17, 2013 on Time To Wake Up And Get Ready!
I thought Halle Berry's dress was totally age inappropriate. We all know she's hot, and I agree with the whole, "if you've got it, flaunt it," but there's a difference in the way you should flaunt "it" as you get older. I thought it was very tacky and kind of whore-ish. My FAVORITE was Jessica Alba's ensemble! I love that color and the necklace of diamonds! Wow! She looked so good. A fairly safe choice, but I thought she looked so classy and amazing.
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January 14, 2013 on The 2013 Golden Globe Awards
Brilliant music on the chow chow video! Just incredible. If we had a countdown for The Week's Best Scores Set to Animal Videos, that would have easily stolen to top spot! Just great.
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January 9, 2013 on The Petting Zoo: The Week’s Top 10 Animal Videos
This woman with Megan Fox club thumbs was giving herself a full-on manicure at a company-wide video conference for over an hour one time. I couldn't stop thinking about those club thumbs with every sound of the clip or the scrape. The thought still haunts me. Also, what's with all of these people clipping their nails at company meetings? I thought this woman was one in a mill.
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January 8, 2013 on Today We Are All Emma Watson At The Airport
Jerry Seinfeld is my hero. This is a great article, if you're as obsessed as I am.
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December 21, 2012 on Jerry Seinfeld On How To Write A Joke
Tried to hit Thumbs Up and my arm spasmed and I clicked the Thumbs Down by accident. Worst day of my life.
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December 13, 2012 on This Is Just A Good Picture Of A Baby
Jeremy Sisto as George Altman on Suburgatory. Oh baby.
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November 29, 2012 on Who Is Television’s Handsomest Dad?
"My wiener's itchy. Also, I'm the worst." — Scott Disick
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November 28, 2012 on The Videogum Why Don’t YOU Caption It? Contest: Scott Disick’s Stupid Eye Patch
I had a pretty good weekend! On Friday morning, my boss came over and told me that I had "an appointment" that I had to leave for at 2:00pm that day. He's the best. Really started the weekend off right. Hey, did anyone watch "The Pickup Artist" back when it was on VH1? A group of my friends and I watched it when it was on because it was SO terrible, but SO good too. Anyway, we started talking about it on Friday night while we were out having drinks and we were laughing and having the best time recounting it. Brought back some really great memories. Pretty funny that we were bonding over that terrible show and its cast of ridiculous characters, but it was a really great moment.
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November 12, 2012 on Victoria Jackson Still Tweeting About The Election (See Also: Donald Trump)
Also, is it just me, or doesn't this whole topic—with all of these candidates' answers being very faith-based—break the whole, "separation of church and state" rule?
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October 25, 2012 on Rick Santorum Rests Richard Mourdock’s Rape Case
A proper government should operate based on REAL things. In this instance, the only real thing they're talking about is rape. None of these far right candidates can imagine how it would feel to have to carry a baby for 9 months.... that's about 275 DAYS.... for a baby they didn't want in the first place, that resulted from a life-crushing experience. If the victim is always forced to grow the baby and some of those women choose to raise the child, a lot of those children are set up to have less-than-ideal lives anyway. (Not all, but some.) You can't just end with, "Well, this is what God wanted," and everyone says, "Yep! That's right! We know for certain that this is exactly what 'God' decided thousands of years ago; 'Raped women must allow that zygote I created grow inside of them until it comes out a new life! I intend to have MILLIONS of women go through this deplorable experience so that some of them will get pregnant and have wonderful children that will love their lives and their mothers and fathers so much! Also, let's make sure that's a law. –God 5:17.'" NO! NO! NO! NO! I will never understand how these "intelligent" people can allow their minds to be driven so adamantly by something that is so imaginary.
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October 25, 2012 on Rick Santorum Rests Richard Mourdock’s Rape Case