When asked where she predicts women will go in comedy this year, she replied, “Wherever they want.”
This is a very rare lead role in cinema. Women, I find, we’re defined a lot by men and thus defined by our gender, who we are through our relationship with men, be it as a victim or a love relationship. The idea that this is a woman who defines herself by her work and by her brain and doesn’t try to sleep with her superiors, that to me is really inspiring.
If a bank is being robbed, women can secrete a substance that simultaneously alerts police and scrambles the vault combinations.
If a cab driver refuses to go to Brooklyn, women can secrete a substance that causes his tires to deflate.
If a kitten is stuck in a tree, women can secrete a substance that forms a wide, soft net.
If you have a bad hangover, women can secrete a substance that goes to the deli and buys aspirin, Gatorade and an egg-and-cheese sandwich.
If the GPS breaks, women can secrete a substance that identifies the exit you need.
If a representative to the United States Congress is a clueless dipshit, the female body has ways to try to shut that whole thing down.
Overheard: “I like to read, and dance, and sing. Also cook. I want to be a fashion designer, that’s plan A, pretty much. But also I would like to be the person who gets a woman elected president of the United States.”
Keep your eyes peeled for this one. She’s a little over four feet tall, wears glasses and beaded braids, last seen on an F train heading toward Midwood.
"This whole sort of witch-hunt mentality, this Internet witch hunt thing, I thought the Internet was going to be about buying car parts and looking at porn," he said.
Hey 1998, what up