The following is a summary of the sexual history for each Friends character:

Chandler Bing Played by Mathew Perry Sexual Partners: 9 Serious relationships percentage: 33.3%
Monica Geller Played by Courteney Cox Sexual Partners: 13 Serious relationships percentage: 38.5%
Rachel Green Played by Jennifer Aniston Sexual Partners: 14 Serious relationships percentage: 71.4%
Ross Geller Played by David Schwimmer Sexual Partners: 16 Serious relationships percentage: 50%
Phoebe Buffay Played by Lisa Kudrow Sexual Partners: 16 Serious relationships percentage: 37.5%
Joey Tribbiani Played by Matt LeBlanc Sexual Partners: 17 Serious relationships percentage: 23.5%
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The following is a summary of the sexual history for each Friends character:

Chandler Bing
Played by Mathew Perry
Sexual Partners: 9
Serious relationships percentage: 33.3%

Monica Geller
Played by Courteney Cox
Sexual Partners: 13
Serious relationships percentage: 38.5%

Rachel Green
Played by Jennifer Aniston
Sexual Partners: 14
Serious relationships percentage: 71.4%

Ross Geller
Played by David Schwimmer
Sexual Partners: 16
Serious relationships percentage: 50%

Phoebe Buffay
Played by Lisa Kudrow
Sexual Partners: 16
Serious relationships percentage: 37.5%

Joey Tribbiani
Played by Matt LeBlanc
Sexual Partners: 17
Serious relationships percentage: 23.5%

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thosehappymemories:

this is just way too cute.

thosehappymemories:

this is just way too cute.

likeadoll:

“I hate Clifford the Big Red Dog. I hate him! There’s fifty books about Clifford the Big Red Dog. Fifty books. There’s seven books about Narnia that cover the birth and death of a nation and mice with swords and a lion who’s a god. They did it in seven books. Fifty books about Clifford the Big Red Dog and they all tell the exact same story: Look how big this dog is. That’s it. That’s it. Look how big this dog, the whole book. Here’s how big he was at the firehouse. Here’s how big he was a Thanksgiving. Who gives a shit? You just drew him big! You just, on purpose, made him bigger than people! It should be ‘Look how big I drew the dog in this book. Isn’t that a mistake?’ There’s no story, you maybe even just drew him closer to the page, I don’t even know if you did it honestly.

Tell a story about Clifford, make something happen. Maybe he steps on a policeman and he shatters his spine and it’s devastating to the community. He hangs on for two months and then dies. And then there’s a whole funeral with bagpipes and everybody’s crying and Clifford gets the death penalty. There’s a whole book about his appeal process and how he found Jesus but everyone said it was bullshit. The cop’s wife is like ‘I want that dog dead!’ And then he goes to the chair and they shave all his red fur off and now he’s Clifford the Big Pink Dog. They put him on a big, funny electric chair the town got together and built.”
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likeadoll:

“I hate Clifford the Big Red Dog. I hate him! There’s fifty books about Clifford the Big Red Dog. Fifty books. There’s seven books about Narnia that cover the birth and death of a nation and mice with swords and a lion who’s a god. They did it in seven books. Fifty books about Clifford the Big Red Dog and they all tell the exact same story: Look how big this dog is. That’s it. That’s it. Look how big this dog, the whole book. Here’s how big he was at the firehouse. Here’s how big he was a Thanksgiving. Who gives a shit? You just drew him big! You just, on purpose, made him bigger than people! It should be ‘Look how big I drew the dog in this book. Isn’t that a mistake?’ There’s no story, you maybe even just drew him closer to the page, I don’t even know if you did it honestly.

Tell a story about Clifford, make something happen. Maybe he steps on a policeman and he shatters his spine and it’s devastating to the community. He hangs on for two months and then dies. And then there’s a whole funeral with bagpipes and everybody’s crying and Clifford gets the death penalty. There’s a whole book about his appeal process and how he found Jesus but everyone said it was bullshit. The cop’s wife is like ‘I want that dog dead!’ And then he goes to the chair and they shave all his red fur off and now he’s Clifford the Big Pink Dog. They put him on a big, funny electric chair the town got together and built.”

Louis CK: Live at the Beacon Theater

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