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This was a necessary download.
Yo Bitch! To everyone that has ever asked me to call them a bitch, here you go. It's an App Bitch! Happy Holidays. https://t.co/CjS1rcSROe— Aaron Paul (@aaronpaul_8) December 5, 2014
If you aren't very good with words but want to tell that special someone how much you care about them, Aaron Paul is here to help.
The "Breaking Bad" star just released a new iPhone app called "YB" or "Yo btch!" It's similar to "Yo," but using Aaron Paul's actual voice and adding the word btch to everything. It's that simple.
According to the description in iTunes:
Want to say hello to someone? Say "Hello, b****!"
Want to make your special someone feel loved? Say "I need you, b****!"
Fed up with your friend? Say "Why, b****?"
The app is free, but you can unlock other phrases with in-app purchases. Crystal meth not included.
As Aaron Paul would say: Enjoy b*tch!
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Oh well shit. That's so damn cool.
When millennials get it so so right.
Ahh the scroll down reveal!
As I always say, "I assure you the flu shot is real."
We get three large bags in the beginning of October. One is for us :)
It is really really good. Really.
FlipKey.com, a TripAdvisor company, put together a list of “Best Pizza Worth Traveling For” and chose one pizza place for each of the 50 states. Arlington’s own Pupatella received the honors for Virginia.
A representative for FlipKey said the winners were chosen based on market research and traveler feedback.
The full list of the best pizza worth traveling for in each state is available online.
Sometimes, the public shaming is a bit too much but this I can get behind. Stylish too!
Jay loves these so much he now hates the other bridges. Poor bland other bridges :(
Two recently completed bridges along Route 50 — at 10th Street N. and N. Courthouse Road — now look more colorful, thanks to a public art installation. But if you want to catch a glimpse of the art in its full glory, you’ll have to wait until it’s dark.
Arlington Cultural Affairs partnered with VDOT on both the custom-designed concrete panels on the sides of the road and metal grillwork on the overpasses. Both were the work of artist Vicki Scuri, who also designed an LED light show that backlights the grillwork at night.
The light display is programmed as a 15 minute loop that fades and gradually transitions between sets of colors. The show contains intentional sequences and transitions with a “range of non-highway colors” that suggest stained glass, Scuri said. The new light programming went live Friday night.
“The lighting, the pattern elements and the landscape are site specific responses to inform place, creating a signature landmark promoting wayfinding for the Arlington entries at Courthouse Street [sic] and 10th Street,” said Scuri, adding that she designed the art installations to reflect Arlington’s “classical architecture.” She said wanted to make a clear entry to Arlington that complemented the county’s lively, refined streetscapes.
Scuri was in Arlington last week to collaborate with the VDOT contract lighting designer and Arlington’s Department of Transportation to balance the artist’s creative vision with practicality and safety for those areas. They worked on the color and intensity of the lighting, among other things.
“This is a collective effort to provide both beauty and safety. I think we’ve done it,” said Scuri. “The entire project is a response to the site, to the native landscape and to the classical ornamentation of Arlington and that of Washington, D.C.”
Wasn't he so cute trying to take her on? Awwww.
Weeping for future.
Finally! If you haven't seen You're the Worst, do. It's amazing.
Her look at the end is me, all the time, everywhere. People don't talk anymore. Cray-zy.
Best if the word wasn't "stripper" but "safe and legal prostitute".