It’s overrated — my friend whose been an engineer for a year now (via queerblackbuddhist)
‘He was a really, really lovely old’ — and here Jim Dick (Gavin Jon Wright) utters an obscenity, one that tends toward the very far end of the social-acceptability scale. — http://www.nytimes.com/2014/04/14/theater/a-respectable-widow-about-an-unusual-friendship.html (via expletive-avoidance)
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It’s not just that he insults her with a particularly ugly (and unprintable) epithet during a therapy session, but that he comes on to her in a way that says angry sexual predator more than comic maladroit. — http://www.nytimes.com/2014/03/29/theater/beyond-therapy-about-the-search-for-relationships.html (via expletive-avoidance)
It read, ‘If you are such a loser that you feel a need to carry a gun with you when you go out, I do not want your business.’ The sentence followed with a derogatory term used for an obnoxious person. — http://www.nytimes.com/2014/03/31/us/chefs-find-political-waters-anything-but-tepid.html?hp&_r=0 (via expletive-avoidance)
In his telling, she keeps ratcheting up the profanity until he quotes her using a racial epithet. — http://www.nytimes.com/2014/03/13/arts/appreciating-the-comics-sean-patton-and-ted-alexandro.html (via expletive-avoidance)
(verb) If two or more things coalesce, they come or grow together to form one thing or system.
People wait all week for Friday, all year for summer, all life for happiness — (via coldflowers)
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