newyorker:

In an age where parodists need only an idea, a few friends, and some editing software, how has “Weird Al” Yankovic endured? Ian Crouch explains: http://nyr.kr/1sp8SPw

This so fundamentally misunderstands what makes Weird Al songs work that I’m surprised that the editor didn’t feel compelled to reassign the review.

newyorker:

In an age where parodists need only an idea, a few friends, and some editing software, how has “Weird Al” Yankovic endured? Ian Crouch explains: http://nyr.kr/1sp8SPw

This so fundamentally misunderstands what makes Weird Al songs work that I’m surprised that the editor didn’t feel compelled to reassign the review.

(Source: newyorker.com)

"I am enchanted and terrified."

— Mason Verger and/or literally every Fannibal (via nbchannibal)

nbchannibal:

What god do you pray to?

nbchannibal:

What god do you pray to?

(Source: sovietpostcards)

sovietpostcards:

Happy Labour Day!

sovietpostcards:

Happy Labour Day!

becausewhynoteathumans:

cannibal rhymes with hannibal, not frederick. silly fbi.

vulgarauteurism:

Starship Troopers (Paul Verhoeven, 1997)

vulgarauteurism:

Starship Troopers (Paul Verhoeven, 1997)

Revision, part deaux

writingwtf:

nbchannibal:

Oh, you…

nbchannibal:

Oh, you…

(Source: stupidish, via realitydoctor)