Brandie's Ramblie's: Tosh.Oh Snap! - a joke fan fiction having nothing to do with recent events -
And this is how Brandie Posey became my hero…
From the moment Colin Kane & Daniel Tosh met, there had been a spark between them. Like moth to flame, they bonded quickly over rape jokes & hair products. The pair had been inseparable, the only thing quelling talk of their forbidden bromance were the vapid, dead-eyed fame cravers on their arms…
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Let us dominate your internet experience. The safe word is whatever they use in Fifty Shades of Grey.
WitStream: Aristocrat of the Week: @TheSofiya -
Each Friday, we pick one Aristocrat we think you should follow. (Even though you should follow all of them.) Meet Sofiya Alexandra.
What was your first exposure to Twitter?
I guess when I noticed people’s Twitter jokes posting on Facebook. I was a hater then. I was like, UGH I JUST GOT…
Yes, please, more military helicopters flying over the neighborhood. Sooooo comforting.
Dogwood, just outside Lake Arrowhead
IMPORTANT THINKINGS: Smart AND Beautiful -
One of the grossest feelings ever is when you realize you’re committing something you are fundamentally against. I’m of course talking about necrophilia.
But seriously, I’m talking about rewarding physical beauty. I don’t think it’s necessary to mention, but I’ll do it anyway - of course we all…
A thing I did in McSweeney's -
Blurb Your Enthusiasm
So you’d be honored if I blurbed your book? Me too! I can hardly wait to dive right in. However, due to the overwhelming number of requests I receive, I have instituted a new, comprehensive pricing system. Before proceeding, please consult this chart for reference.…Your title contains the words “America,” “Dream,” or “Love,” or a version of the construction “Blah and Other Blah-blahs.” (+$150)
The first word of your two-word title is a gerund. (+$75)
The word after the gerund in your two-word title is a proper noun masquerading as a regular noun, i.e. “Losing Ground,” a novel about a man named Peter Ground. (+$250)
Your novel is a retelling of another novel from the perspective of a minor character, a piece of furniture, or a magical being who did not appear in the original. (+$275)
Your bio contains a list of wacky jobs you’ve held and/or states that you “divide your time” between two cities, countries, or continents. (+$300)
The front matter of your book contains a family tree and/or a map. (+$200)
Your book is dedicated to a dead writer you never met. (+$350)- Want Adam Mansbach, author of Go the Fuck to Sleep, to write a blurb for your book? Here’s how much it will cost you: http://nyr.kr/Ij1SdM
we will buy your dreams.