We watched “The OC” because it made us laugh, and it made us cry. But most importantly, it made us think about our own relationships – with our friends, our significant others, and with our parents.
“Mass media’s saturation by both fictionalized and real automatic weapon images has been the status quo for so long, people no longer bother to look for reasons why the weapons have become universally accepted symbols for self-determination.”
“I don’t care what you think of me, unless you think I’m awesome. In which case you are right.”
“Food. Sex. Food. Sex. I don’t know! Oh God, I want both!”
Having company in the form of Clippy from Microsoft Word while you wrote a 5 paragraph essay on your “favorite summer memory.” And then getting super annoyed because Clippy would never shut the fuck up.
Never afraid to call out misogyny (and how often dance tracks are saturated with violence/lack of respect towards women), the brilliant Brooklyn femcee is back again to flip the dialogue with her explosive single TNT.
“I’m not perfect, okay? People make mistakes. I mean, Gwyneth Paltrow dyed her hair that dark brown. It was very unflattering. If she’s not perfect, how do you expect me to be?”
Taylor’s squad looking entirely unimpressed and like girls who for sure made you cry in high school. #VMAs
When your S.O. is showing you something they like, don’t groan about it. Just because you don’t usually like science fiction doesn’t mean you’ll automatically hate Interstellar.
“First Gwen and Gavin split and now Kermit and Miss Piggy? Who’s next? Your parents?! Anyway, kid, enjoy your first day of kindergarten.”