Category Archives: Intersection of the venn diagram of things that I love

Parting Shot: Mothers and Sons

Sticks and stones may break my bones, but the pen is mightier than the sword. 

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Needle Point: Intersection of the Venn Diagram of One Thing That We love

We just thought of this randomly one day, but let’s just say this is in anticipation of Sunday’s Girls premiere.  At the very least, it gives us a coule extra tags.

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The Intersection of Things We Love and Things We Don’t: Kelly & the Bieb

Last week Justin Bieber, who has generally stayed on our good side (mostly by virtue of his chivalry), went ahead and tried to change that by wearing a Kelly Kapowski t-shirt, even though a) Saved by the Bell came and went before he was even born, b) she is OURS, and he should know that and thus he should STAY AWAY, and c) he’s Canadian.

Tiffani Amber Thiessen

Bieber, you can have Selena Gomez, or Miranda Cosgrove, or Vanessa Hudgens, or Taylor Momsen, or any of these girls who can’t rent a car.  But anyone born pre-Top Gun is mine.  You got that?  Stay the FUCK away!

But we’re not worried.  Tiffani can fight her own battles.  Here’s how she responded:

Tiffani Amber ThiessenBoom.  Roasted.

(Marry me?)

via Vulture

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The Intersection of the Venn Diagram of Things That We Love and Our Dad Loves

Well, now Jimmy Fallon has done it all.  His greatest feat was not a dead-on parody of the Real Housewives, or Late Night‘s own version of Rockapella, or even his engineering of the California Dreams reunion.  Nope.  Fallon’s biggest coup to date is presenting a musical performance that would fascinate both us and our dad.  And with this performance of “Party in the USA,” with Fallon in the guise of Neil Young and joined by Young’s sometimes bandmates David Crosby and Graham Nash, Jimmy accomplishes just that.  Crobsy, (Stills,) Nash, & Young is perhaps our dad’s favorite musical group of all time; certainly Crosby is the singer whose mustache our father would most try to emulate if he were a folk rock luminary.  And, as for us, we never tire of Fallon’s remarkable, often stunning, impressions.  Not when he was on SNL, and not now.  At this point Jimmy probably sounds more like Neil Young than Neil Young does.  So, Late Night, thank you for brining a father and son together (in front of a computer screen, not saying a word to one another).

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And, in case you were curious, here’s an abridged version of said venn diagram.


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Parting Shot: My Best Friends Were Awesome


Get Eliot’s brilliant collection of essays and photos, My Parents Were Awesome, NOW.  And check out Steve’s website!

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There Needs to be an Award for This

Okay, well, we guess there is (not that Late Night will win an Emmy anytime soon), but they should create a special one for just Jimmy Fallon, an award for Excellence in the Field of Pop Culture Brilliance.  Because, once again, Late Night gives us something absolutely brilliant:

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Seriously.  It’s like we fell asleep on a plane one time and our minds were extracted by Jimmy Fallon and AD Miles and Higgins (now that’s a movie we’d watch!).  Can’t wait to see what other random pop culture phenomenon from our youth they tackle next.  Can we recommend Just the Ten of Us?

via Gawker.TV

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Ladies and Gentlemen, Your Next Movie Star (And He’s Just Like Us)

As if Jason Sudeikis needed to endear himself to us even more, he went on Conan last night that and showed that he’s into the exact same things we are: beer and wings.

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After the jump we detail our very personal experiences with Natty Light and Buffalo Wild Wings

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