It’s Saturday and most of you are probably sleeping in. I, on the other hand, woke up at 4 A.M. and soon became annoyed when a bottled strawberry milkshake decided to explode onto me as soon as I twisted the cap off.
I’ve decided to do something a little different with this post this weekend, and simply ask you guys:
How are things?
How has your week been?
February going good for you?
Looking forward to anything in March?
I enjoy the discussion on here and so I’m taking the opportunity to check in on you guys and gals. Hope everyone is doing good, and hopefully Amanda and I can entertain you this weekend.
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Last week, Nona went ahead and made a list of animated male heart-throbs that people had crushes on. Now it’s time to focus on the lovely ladies that made us blush throughout are childhood. We’d never admit it publicly, but boy-oh-boy were they pretty to us.
So sit back, put on some fine tunes, and enjoy this list of 15 girls that were the focus of my childhood’s blushy imagination.
When Peyton Manning missed the first snap of the game, allowing for a safety to the Seahawks within the first 12 seconds, making it the fastest that any team has scored in Super Bowl history:
And when Hillary Clinton tweeted this:
And then when a 9/11 truther interrupted a post-game interview with game MVP Malcolm Smith:
And when whoever was in charge of JC Penney’s account seemed hammered during the Super Bowl (but was just wearing mittens, apparently):
Okay, so maybe these aren’t actually the best moments from the Super Bowl, but these were definitely my favorite three moments. If you want sports analysis, then I am not the person to do it for you. I’ll send you over here instead. If you want to see the game in GIFs, go here. And if you don’t give a crap at all about football, then check out the highlights from the 7th annual PUPPY BOWL!
Okay, I need to go nurse a mild hangover now. BRB.
Also, to those of you that said the Denver Broncos would win, well, good thing you didn’t bet any money on that game. Seattle beat Denver 43-8. And we didn’t riot in the streets after the game either. We were completely passive-aggressive about the entire thing. As we do.
Gif via Tumblr.
Sorry lady-lovers, but this is going to be a post about all the male cartoon characters that we young girls and boys secretly pined for, even though we knew our human-animated love could never be. It’s a strange thing when people first develop their first crushes. We have no idea what’s going on or why we feel the way we do, we just know that our love is pure and OMG, HE’S SO CUTE. *insert googly eyes* Shit’s about to get real Buzzfeed-y up in here, so hold onto your pants.
Here, now, are fifteen cartoon characters from days past that made us feel all tingly inside. I hope you packed a lunch, because we’re about to go on a feels trip.