Jimmy Kimmel Live- Handsome Men’s Club

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pleasedontsqueezetheshaman:

Happy Freud’s birthday everyone!

pleasedontsqueezetheshaman:

Happy Freud’s birthday everyone!

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Penny Arcade (click image for fullsize)

Penny Arcade (click image for fullsize)

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Ashes to Ashes- Gene pulls in the Feminists

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Animation by David Firth

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David Shrigley.

David Shrigley.

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Josie Long

Josie Long

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That Mitchell and Webb Look- Gender Advertising

from the New Yorker

from the New Yorker

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Black Books

Female customer: Excuse me, have you got a… (Bernard hands her a book) Oh.
Bernard: (To male customer) One for you too (hands him a book)
Female customer: How do you know what we want?
Male customer: We don’t like the same sort of stuff anyway.
Bernard: You’re going on holiday. You want trash. But you want different kinds of trash. (To female customer) You’re a woman, you want social themes, believable characters. (To male customer) You, you want plots, suspense. This’ll do you both.
Female customer: Hmm…
Bernard: (holds up another copy of the book) There’s this temp, right? She’s 29, she can’t get a boyfriend, oh my god.
Female customer: Sounds great!
Male customer: No, no way.
Bernard: And she’s got 12 hours to stop nuclear war with China.
Male customer: Great!

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