I fucking hate the random people on twitter who make egg accounts and accuse people of stealing tweets. And it’s not just egg accounts, it’s also other users who claim you stole a tweet from a week or a month ago, when really it’s the same joke but written differently a month or two later. Guess what, people are going to write the same damn joke. It happens all the time. Yes, its very frustrating when people steal tweets on twitter but its the INTERNET! Nothing is safe on here! My account was never a joke account I was just a random user tweeting about my day when I realized that that was fucking stupid and I could tweet about funny things instead of talking about my life. But I knew what I was getting into when I reinvented my twitter account. This shit shouldn’t get to me, I don’t even have 1000 followers nor do I care about having a large amount of followers! If you really care to search about who stole what from who on twitter, please get a fucking life. It’s just a website.
I finally saw this movie and I honestly laughed a few times. The only reason why I kept watching and didn’t turn off was because the fart humor/ jokes were ok. Melissa McCarthy was hilarious and Jon Hamm looked so fucking hot I couldn’t stand it holy shit unf…. Anyway, the rivalry between Kristen wiig’s character and Rose Byrne’s character was so unbelievable and lame It kept pissing me off. But I liked Annie, I could see why girls related to her. Wendi Mclendon and Rebel Wilson should’ve had more screen time!! No fucking way this was the female “Hangover” not by a long shot. This cast of funny ladies had so much potential but the plot was so predictable and boring (in my opinion). I’m so glad I skipped this when it was in the movie theater because i knew it was just another overhyped movie. Seriously, what was the big fucking deal?! So dissatisfied.
“Look, I have airport socks on, there’s puke on my shoes, I’m still hungover from three days ago. I never smoked weed in my entire life but for some reason I decided to eat like, a quarter pound of it.”—Bam Margera (via hp-parviainen)