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• actually a lot of cats because I have four of them and they're all very cute and funny but I try to keep it to my cat lady blog
• dogs (specifically my dog because he's the greatest)
• snakes and tarantulas
• profanity and alcohol use
• celebrity crushes in the form of hot older dudes (i.e. Michael Keaton, Steve Perry, members of Cheap Trick)
• my amazing music taste (classic rock)
• feminism and pro-choice support
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Throughout his career, Keaton has consistently sought to jump away from the familiar and into the unknown. “I always bet on me,” he says with a palms-up gesture. “What I may lack in talent from time to time, I think I make up for in balls. I’ve never seen the virtue in not being courageous in acting. It’s not like coal-miner bravery or Doctors-Without-Borders-going-into-Ebola-stricken-villages bravery. I mean, what’s gonna happen? People are going to laugh at you and make fun of you? Okay, fine. If that happens, I’ll go on to the next thing.”
Lots of new cluster options from #Anatometal hitting the case today at Precision Body Arts in Nashua, New Hampshire. #safepiercing
I mean, what is having a dog good for if I can’t dress him up like a Tootsie Roll?
(It’s funny because he’s long and chocolate brown so I call him a Tootsie Roll Pup anyway)
I’m drinking a cocktail leftover from last night and looking at dog costumes on Amazon.
we’re watching AHS and when Mars asked her how she was a freak and I said, as a joke, “I got three titties,” but then SHE ACTUALLY HAD THREE TITTIES
I WAS KIDDING
I DIDN’T KNOW
Track: Jessie's Girl
Artist: Mary Lambert
in which a gay cover of one of the most quintessential modern american love songs is a thing that exists
Emma Stone and Michael Keaton attend the Closing Night Gala Presentation of "Birdman Or The Unexpected Virtue Of Ignorance" during the 52nd New York Film Festival at Alice Tully Hall on October 11, 2014 in New York City.
I made an appointment to have Dahlia put down because her tumors were seriously impeding her movement and she’d dropped a ton of weight despite eating normally. She wasn’t drinking much. On top of all that, she was two years and nine months old.
This morning, I went to check on her and she’d collapsed at the bottom of her cage. I pulled her out and cuddled her and called the vet to ask if we could have her put down today. She died on the way out the door.
Dahlia is the rat I’ve had the longest. She was always so sweet and accepting of all of the new friends I brought home for her. I picked her, as a baby, because I’d always wanted a black rat. She set the bar high if I ever get another. I know she’ll never be replaced.
Thank you for being one of the sweetest pets I know. Goodbye, Dahlia.
Painfully average looking with a great sense of humor and always down to get drunk
We’re diving deep into Birdman, the movie that will change Michael Keaton’s career—and blow your mind in the process.
Photo Credit: Art Schreiber for EW
Lettering by Geoff McFetridge
i could take over the world with these tights