Pardon my typo.

Jul 15

“For example, in the first video, scheduled to appear on Thursday, he tries to swipe an expensive car from a company he is visiting, which customizes vintage vehicles; complains about how his 6-year-old child choked ‘in the biggest game of the season;’ takes a shot at NBC for not renewing ‘Community;‘ mocks the conventions of creating videos for brands; and uses as an exclamation ‘Holy (the vulgarity of all vulgarities, which is being bleeped).’” — http://www.nytimes.com/2014/07/09/business/purity-vodka-banks-on-some-comic-timing.html (via expletive-avoidance)

(via carlosh)

Jul 08

blitzkrieg

noun. A sudden attack that is intended to surprise and quickly defeat the enemy, involving aircraft and forces on the ground.

(Source: dictionary.cambridge.org)

Jul 05

“The teenage boy is properly shocked when his teacher demonstrates an easy familiarity with, and an obvious delight in speaking, the same four-letter words he loves so much.” — http://www.nytimes.com/2014/07/06/nyregion/a-review-of-sex-and-education-in-stony-point.html (via expletive-avoidance)

Jul 02

Concoct

(verb) To make something, usually food , by adding several different parts together, often in a way that is original or not planned :

"He concocted the most amazing dish from all sorts of unlikely ingredients."

(Source: dictionary.cambridge.org)

Jun 25

[video]

Jun 24

“In March, Mr. Smith delivered a profanity-laced assessment of CNN — also owned by Time Warner — to The Daily News in New York, calling the network ‘a disaster.’” — http://www.nytimes.com/2014/06/23/business/media/vice-has-many-media-giants-salivating-but-its-terms-will-be-rich.html (via expletive-avoidance)

“Expletive deleted.” — http://boss.blogs.nytimes.com/2014/06/23/my-disturbing-experience-with-employee-reviews/ (via expletive-avoidance)

Jun 22

“Sorry, but your password must contain an uppercase letter, a number, a haiku, a gang sign, a hieroglyph and the blood of a virgin.” — (via linxspiration)

(Source: blazepress, via linxspiration)

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Jun 20

“Drawing on themes that Shakur rapped about in his scabrous, four-letter-word-filled lyrics (no one has taken a kid-friendly Magic Marker to them, I’m glad to report), the musical attempts to draw a vision of black life in urban America that acknowledges the danger, the violence and the self-destruction but also the hope, the courage and the potential for transcendence.” — http://www.nytimes.com/2014/06/20/theater/holler-if-ya-hear-me-inspired-by-tupac-shakurs-rap.html (via expletive-avoidance)