I think personality reads all over someone’s face and if a girl is charming and funny than men find women as attractive as women find men. I think guys can be a little bit more for lack of a better word intimidated by funny women and don’t tend to try and go for funny women even though they are probably the most lovable of women because face it. We are the shit. But in general do women find funny women as attractive as women find funny men? I think they do, but they don’t act on their feelings.
Dude I remember you! How could I forget! That was one of the best compliments I have ever had on this blog. I’m sending you an Internet hug right…now. Feel loved. Hope you enjoy tumblr!
I started a thing called “SecondarySNL”.
It’s where all of you can join in and write sketches that fit SNL for that week. You write for the cast and the host of that week.
The guidelines are on the blog if you do not understand what this is all about, but please check it out and if you’re interested, please, join in on the sketch writing.
It will be great if we get a bunch of people to join in on this!
Back on the set, asked to sum up Season 4 of Parks and Recreation in just a few words, Poehler furrowed her brow, deep in thought, and began to count on her fingers.
“Season 4 is Harry Potter for your TV,” she said, before bursting into laughter.” —On the Set of ‘Parks’- Heading into Season 4 with some long-awaited ratings love, co-creator Mike Schur and stars Amy Poehler and Nick Offerman of NBC’s ‘Parks and Recreation’ talk to Jace Lacob about what’s ahead, from Leslie’s political ambitions to the cast’s newly married couple.
The Daily Beast, September 19th
(plot spoilers for 4x05)