I lost like three followers since that last post… maaaaaaan, people REALLY like The Big Bang Theory, hahaha.
The Big Bang Theory is on right now. This show is horrible. Like worse than Glee. My god I fucking hate 99% sitcoms.
horror-mama asked: No ketchup allowed on a Chicago dog!
That’s fine. I can eat a Chicago style hotdog. But no one wants your nasty ass, thick as a brick “pizza”.
Yous guys all need to turn off the computers and go for a walk or some shit. Pointless arguments all day errday.
This is the luxury of following 30 people and not the 270 or whatever it is you follow. I never see drama in my dash… at least not “mumblr” related. I always see people talking about it, though.
I wanna go to the movies…
“Buzz told you, cheek-face…”
I let Leela have a taste of ice cream… she loved the taste, hated the coldness.
While I lay on the operating table being closed up unconscious to the world around me, you were meeting our little girl. You told me it was surreal. You didn’t expect things to happen how they did. You thought I’d be holding her and you’d be standing proudly next to me… but instead there was this little baby in front of you. Without me.
You were the first person to hold Leela. I know you were terrified but you did it. You were the first person to bond with her. I’m amazed by your relationship now. She laughs when you’re with her and her eyes follow you everywhere. She is developing your sense of humor and is really mimicking you these days.
I see so much of my father in you, someone who fiercely loved his children and did everything to give us the best in life.
I love you. There is no greater joy than to be a part of your life, to raise our daughter together and watch her learn and grow and play and love. You’re amazing. Thank you for all that you do. Happy Father’s Day!
I’m pretty awesome.
Someone tell Leela that all the cool kids are asleep at 4am.
Also, we’re replacing John and George…
lovemarriagebabycarriage asked: Happy fathers day! You're an amazing Daddy & Leela is such a lucky little girl!
Awww thanks! This means a lot, Jessy. I hope I’m doing things right. She seems happy, so that’s a good sign for now, eh? haha
ladies and gentlemen, behold
the St. Louis City Museum:
Playground for adults and children.
They even serve alcohol.
Aside from the Gateway Arch, this looks like the scariest place in the world. St. Louis, do you have any attractions that aren’t completely terrifying? I’m pretty sure the only way St. Louis could be scarier is if it were surrounded by the frigging ocean.