So, I just started watching The Office a few days ago and it is actually quite hilarious. I watched it casually when I was younger and I thought that it was funny, but it was just ok, but now, I think that it is great. The only problem I have is with how obvious the Jim-Pam romance is from the Pilot episode on. Make no mistake, Jim and Pam are predestined to be together from the outset of the show and Roy might as well have a twirly mustache, because they don’t try to sugarcoat the fact that he isn’t the guy that you are rooting for. However, John Kraninski and Jenna Fisher are so lovable as Jim and Pam that you can’t help but to root for them. I just wish that the writers had tried just a little bit harder to give an impression that it was possible for Jim and Pam not to end up together. It is almost as bad as Ross and Rachael. Except Jim and Pam work together and to this day, I still believe that Ross and Rachael aren’t really a good couple and shouldn’t really be together. Oh, and yes, they totally were on a break!
It’s the question I always regret. “How many girls have you been with?” These dudes my age have had sex with fucking 20 girls and I haven’t made out yet. Dudes have torn girls assholes and made them bleed.
This one guy was talking about having a threesome with two cheerleaders (I call bullshit.) He talk about anal and I say something skeptical and he responds with “Will, are you telling me you have never done anal?” As if I had told him that I had never made out with a girl, which is also true, but still. I’M the weird one because I haven’t put my penis inside a girls asshole. Shit.
I’m fucking done.
I haven’t been on Tumblr since at all since I started college in August, however, I felt obligated to return today in honor of the release of FF #16, the final issue of my personal favorite comic since I started reading in May 2010. Matt Fraction, Lee Allred, Mike Allred, Laura Allred, Clayton Cowles, Joe Quiones, and Tom Breevoort put together a series that looked beautiful, captured the same sense of adventure of the seminal Stan Lee and Jack Kirby run, and were able to mix humor and darkness in what resulted to be a truly great book. The book never took itself too seriously and it’s absence leave a hole in my that may never be replaced.
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