guys my krav maga instructor is so hot i literally don’t know what to do with myself???
“Oh, Peralta, I almost forgot. My girls made you a card to thank you for keeping me safe.”
everyone check your music apparently the new U2 album downloaded onto everyone’s iPhone hahhah I’m dying
Went to see Sir Sly, Wolf Gang, and Secret Someone’s last night! I haven’t been to a show in a while and it’s like I forget how great live music is every time. I love it so muhuhuhchhhhhh!!! I wasn’t even that familiar with the bands.. But they all did such a good job that it didn’t matter.
Ok so the keyboardist from Secret Someones looks exactly like Christine from Big Brother it’s freaky.
And Wolf Gang played the King and All His Men so I got to hear one of my fave merthur songs live!
And hands down Sir Sly was the best surprise of the night. THEY WERE SO GOOD. I only knew one of their songs and they were mostly debuting their new album… And it was excellent. The instrumentals on each track were so interesting and the vocals were on point and I really enjoyed it and now I’m sat here streaming their new album because they’ve never actually released a full length.
Just… hearing something live really transforms it and makes you appreciate it so much more.
Poehler and the show’s writers could have chosen to make Leslie comically strident, which in turn, would make her feminist stances outsized and rife for mockery. And that would be a real drag, truth be told. Instead (thankfully), Leslie’s feminism is marbleized into the show’s narrative, making her desire to advocate for gender equality, to encourage women to support one another, and to teach girls how to empower themselves, organic. There is nothing surprising about Leslie bringing her girlfriends together on February 13th for Galentine’s Day, a day to celebrate and honor the great gal pals in your life. She and her best friend Ann (played by Rashida Jones) are equals. They show up for one another and stick to the “ovaries before brovaries” code while other characterizations of female relationships inevitably show women pitted against one another in pursuit of boys, jobs, or other women. Even the show’s male figures like the human puppy dog, Andy Dwyer (Chris Pratt) and Ron Swanson (Nick Offerman) align themselves with feminist ideals. Andy’s foray into college finds himself drawn to a Woman’s Studies class; Ron acknowledges the influence of strong women upon him and finds his romantic match in a self-reliant, smart, successful woman played, unsurprisingly, by the badass Lucy Lawless.
Chris [Pratt] never uses a spit bucket. When you do scenes where a character is eating, you eat and then spit it out into a ‘spit bucket.’ Chris just keeps eating. If you see Andy eating a cheeseburger in a scene, you should know Chris Pratt ate like 8 cheeseburgers. I love that guy.