I’m amazed that I never stumbled across this interview with John Waters before, since it was in BUTT years ago. However, I’ve worked about 14 hours today and I’m too tired to concentrate even on a pleasant surprise like this, so I’m just pass out and leave it linked here for you to enjoy until I get a chance to come back to it.
Update: Best quote from the interview: "You can't get AIDS from sitting on a pie."
I’m completely stunned that someone could assemble a list of 250 typographic t-shirts and only two of the ones I own make the list. I have a lot, and frankly it's become a bit of a cliché that I’ve been trying to avoid this past year.
But at least two of my favorites still made the list — My obscenely stylish Typejockeys shirt (note that mine has an ever better color combo):
...and my sassy gold-foil punctuation shirt that everyone always asks about:
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This zine is a meat product.
Filed away for future use after all those moments when things get to be a bit much. Thank you, Peggy Olson, for making this visual punctuation mark possbile.
This week, my childhood idol Jaime Sommers shall provide you wih a dramatic interpretation of my current feelings about my work/life balance:
Confession time: This is basically what runs through my head most of the time. I have moments of slightly more self-confidence, but they're fleeting, and generally decimated by the stark reality of my day-to-day life.
[Another gem from Comically Vintage.]
Is there anything gayer than being the aquatic damsel in distress Aquaman and being saved by the Power Puff Girls from the Legion of Doom?
I quiver with longing when I see American pancakes with maple syrup. I miss them so much.
gum stuff via The BooBerry Alarm Clock
Things girls pretend to avoid weird sex. Number 27.
Classic comics are awash with the most astonishing innuendo, especially if you forget all about context, changes in language, and changes in sensibility. But really, if you think about all that stuff it only takes away the fun.
And these are great fun!
[From the always spectacular Comically Vintage]
Sluggo looks stoned out of his mind.
Two things I’ve been enjoying while working all this week: