“I have a way of dealing with situations where I come off awkward, or people think I’m purposely trying to make things uncomfortable. But normally I’m talking really slowly or there’s a lot of silence because there’s just nothing going on. I’m just totally freaking out, but from the outside perspective it looks like I’m in control.” - Aubrey Plaza 

“I have a way of dealing with situations where I come off awkward, or people think I’m purposely trying to make things uncomfortable. But normally I’m talking really slowly or there’s a lot of silence because there’s just nothing going on. I’m just totally freaking out, but from the outside perspective it looks like I’m in control.” - Aubrey Plaza 

(Source: mayawiig, via bobbymoynihans)

shelbysbutt:

*HONORED*

quickweaves:

I AM CRYING LMAOOO

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gallifreyanturtles:

And let’s talk about the fact that Joseph Gordon Levitt himself said the point of the movie is not so you’d feel bad for him and fall in love with him, it’s so you’d realize how selfish some people are.
Actual quote from him from an interview:
The (500) Days of Summer attitude of ‘He wants you so bad’ seems attractive to some women and men, especially younger ones but I would encourage anyone who has a crush on my character to watch it again and examine how selfish he is.”
"He develops a mildly delusional obsession over a girl onto whom he projects all these fantasies. He thinks she’ll give his life meaning because he doesn’t care about much else going on in his life. A lot of boys and girls think their lives will have meaning if they find a partner who wants nothing else in life but them. That’s not healthy. That’s falling in love with the idea of a person, not the actual person.”

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livefrommyhouse:

themaidofdishonor:

The UCB Diaspora
In 1996, Chicago comics Amy Poehler, Matt Besser, Ian Roberts, and Matt Walsh established the best-known incarnation of the Upright Citizens Brigade comedy group, whose loose, eclectic style has informed the last decade of “smart” sitcoms
Most of the comedians in the chart should register somewhere between “Amy Poehler” and “that guy from that thing” on the recognizability scale, but if you see an unfamiliar face, he or she is likely a writer or producer on your favorite show.

livefrommyhouse:

themaidofdishonor:

The UCB Diaspora

In 1996, Chicago comics Amy Poehler, Matt Besser, Ian Roberts, and Matt Walsh established the best-known incarnation of the Upright Citizens Brigade comedy group, whose loose, eclectic style has informed the last decade of “smart” sitcoms

Most of the comedians in the chart should register somewhere between “Amy Poehler” and “that guy from that thing” on the recognizability scale, but if you see an unfamiliar face, he or she is likely a writer or producer on your favorite show.

(Source: esquire.com, via linettiperetti)

scottaukerman:

Probably my favorite scene I’ve written #cbbtv #seasonthree

scottaukerman:

Probably my favorite scene I’ve written #cbbtv #seasonthree

comedycentral:

If you can’t wait until this summer’s return of Nathan For You to get more of Nathan Fielder, don’t miss the Dumb Starbucks COO talking about his latest brilliant stunt on tonight’s Jimmy Kimmel Live!

comedycentral:

If you can’t wait until this summer’s return of Nathan For You to get more of Nathan Fielder, don’t miss the Dumb Starbucks COO talking about his latest brilliant stunt on tonight’s Jimmy Kimmel Live!

kittykoti:

CHELSEA PERETTI KILLIN IT ON TWITTER

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comedycentral:

Have you been wondering where’s Nathan’s been? Well, he’s got a new business venture called “Dumb Starbucks." Check it out!

New Season of Nathan For You coming this summer on Comedy Central. 

lindsaychrist:

this 15 second video changed my life

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