to the original Fringe team who have been there since Season 1,
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In case you missed it, this weekend played host to the annual Miss USA Pageant in Las Vegas, Nevada. I’m not a huge fan of the world of pageantry, to be honest, but sometimes you can’t get around things like this. From what I can tell, things went largely according to plan; as usual, there were the bikinis, the evening gowns, the celebrity judges and hosts, and abnormal amounts of hairspray and lipstick. And then, as does happen from time to time, there was a slip-up. A few years back, Miss Teen South Carolina, Caitlin Upton, was given a question, during the interview portion of the evening, regarding the startlingly low number of high school students who were able to locate the United States on world map, and froze like a deer in headlights. “I personally believe that… U.S. Americans… are unable to do so… because some people out thereâ¦ donâtâhave maps…?” Come on. Admit it. We’ve all been there. As funny and cringe-worthy as the viral video may …
Reverse gender stereotypes at the gym
Aaahhhh get on my dash you amusing thing you.
I kinda love it
this is actually great from an acting perspective.
the actors actually played the opposite gender instead of just relying on stereotypes (ironically enough) to portray that they were, in fact, the opposite gender. Usually if you tell a guy to act like a girl, he begins playing by the homosexual stereotype (faking a lisp, popping the hip, etc.) and while it accentuates femininity, it’s really uncomfortable and forced, making it just seem like he’s playing a stereotype instead of the actual gender. And girls will do this too; being told to play a male and instead just deepening the voice and say “dude” and “bro” a lot (although these are more common among modern practices).
The males played up femininity without coming off as a forced stereotype and the females played up masculinity and machismo without forcing their performance.
also the video is funny and I kind of forgot the point I was making.
DONT BE A LITTLE PENIS
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“Fringe is a love story about a man who loved a boy so much he broke the universe to save him, and it’s about that boy learning to love a man he grew up hating. It’s about two people drawn together by forces that transcend worlds, and falling in love. It’s a story about love strong enough to break the world, and strong enough to heal it.”
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