“To what do we owe the unpleasant surprise?”
“We thought Eva could use a little company,” Summer replies.
“She’s already got company—” The lid pops off of Ernie’s pudding cup; banana cream spurts into his face, infiltrating eyes, mouth, and nostrils.
Eva’s jaw drops.
“I meant company in the non-satirical sense,” Summer snickers.
Ernie sets down his now-empty pudding cup and, with as much dignity as one can muster while wearing impromptu facial food, asks, “Did you practice that in front of your mirror this morning?”
“Nope. Made it up on the spot.”
“Charming. Get me a napkin.”
The premise: An exploding pudding cup, a jockette ambush, and Virtual Jan—this is not the way Theo expected to spend his lunch hour. Read the full episode here.
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(Via Classic FM.)
I totally agree:
A YouTuber named Muted Vocal has decided that there’s no good reason why [ET’s “Flying Theme” and Vangelis’ “Chariots of Fire”] shouldn’t exist in perfect harmony, in the same piece. And who are we to argue?
And while Muted Vocal’s rendition is nothing to scoff at, as far as uber-talented Vangelis fanboys go, I’ll always have a special place in my heart for the one and only mik300z.
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How women react when they pass me on the street:
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This is the future. This is the year…1997. #thefuture
(And this is the T-shirt.)
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