whatever's cool with me

n e w o r l e a n s

Man traveling southbound at 67 mph on U.S. Route 101 near Montecito, California, at 6:31 p.m. on or around Sunday, August 28, 1994
Family traveling northwest at 63 mph on Interstate 244 near Yale Avenue in Tulsa, Oklahoma, at approximately 4:15 pm on the last day of 1991
Beverly Hills high school students (?) cruising west at 38 mph along Sunset Boulevard on a weekend in February 1997
Man heading south at 73 mph on Interstate 5 near Buttonwillow Drive outside of Bakersfield, California, at 5:36 p.m. on a Tuesday in March 1992
Woman gliding southeast at 64 mph on U.S. Route 101 near Santa Barbara at 4:39 p.m. sometime in March 1990
Woman pausing at a Beverly Hills intersection at 2:22 p.m. on September 12, 1990.
Woman waiting to proceed south at Sunset and Highland boulevards, Los Angeles, at approximately 11:59 a.m. one day in February 1997
Women racing southwest at 41 mph along 26th Street near the Riviera Country Club, Pacific Palisades, California, at 1:14 p.m. on a Tuesday in February 1997
Person driving somewhere in the last decade of the previous millennium (whereabouts unknown)
High school students facing north at 0 mph on Sepulveda Boulevard in Westwood, California, at 3 01 p.m. on a Saturday in February 1997

babylamb

if i have kids i wan’t a girl

because the last thing this country needs is another white male running around

worldsbesthusband:

if a pretty girl doesn’t take a picture of herself, don’t worry, someone will.

luckypeach:

After a painfully long hiatus, Mike and Tom Eat Snacks are back for the third week in a row. That’s Michael Ian Black (a.k.a. Magic) and Tom Cavanagh, the men who won America’s heart during the days of Stella, Ed, and I Love the ’80s. They banter, they make astute observations about everyone’s and no one’s favorite snacks, and they exude Respect for Women.

Some of their best moments have been spent with sender-of-snacks Matty Ice and deliberating over the cake-to-icing ratio on cupcakes. I particularly loved a recent episode dedicated to my favorite childhood snack, a snack I ate stacks and stacks of during long car rides through the English countryside, just like Tom. Listen to the episode to find out what the hell I’m talking about! 

—Aralyn Beaumont

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