a world where gaydar is not an excuse to be ignorant and stereotype but is instead a laser gun developed by years of gay labor that fires powerful radiation waves at the cishet opponent setting them on fire. flaming homosexuals? more like flaming heterosexuals. the cishets are on fire. this is anarchy.
*Alicia Keys voice* THAT CISHET IS ON FIIIIIIIIRE!
In fact, their first kick at the franchise was such a smash — convincing not only fans but also bringing in a much larger audience of casual viewers — that John Cho admitted that the pressure going into sequel Star Trek Into Darkness (now playing) was, if anything, greater.
“On the other hand,” he added, “I’m not J.J. Abrams, who’s ultimately responsible. I’m just his Asian puppet. Which, by the way, is also the title of my autobiography.”
1:00 — Chinese cover of “Leaves from the Vine”. Lyrics and transliteration here. Everything is a literal translation from the original English except for this part:wǒ de xiǎo yǒngshì My little warrior xiàng jiā mài bù March towards home yǒnggǎn de háizi Brave child zǒu huí jiā de lù Take the road home
will smith everybody
he’s so aggressively proud and determined to direct attention to his wife and son. first he’s like, LOOK AT THIS BEAUTY AND STRENGTH AND POWER AND SHE AGREED TO MARRY ME, and then with his son, he’s like LOOK, I MADE A THING, AND I AM PROUD OF THIS THING THAT I MADE.
Pros-and-cons of Sherlock and Elementary, rebloggable by request
This is a REALLY good list.
This is a really, really good list.
I really want to see Elementary, but not managed it yet because we don’t have Sky. :(
All of this is correct.
on CBS is legitimately my biggest complaint.
Series of advertisements promoting the Sydney International Food Festival in which flags are made out of the countries’ iconic foodstuffs. By WHYBIN/TBWA out of Sydney, Australia.
from Oliver Wang, “The Game-Changer: An Interview With John Cho,” Asia Pacific Arts 7.3.2009) <http://www.asiaarts.ucla.edu/090703/article.asp?parentID=110145>
APA: Last question…for Harold and Kumar Escape From Guantanamo Bay, Viva La Union recorded a song for the soundtrack with the line, “I want my own Chinese baby” — what’s that about?
JC: When I was thinking about it, I thought of a literal baby. There’s a kind of lack that children fill, that’s just the dark side of being a parent, I think. And there’s an accessory quality to Chinese babies in America, and I just think it’s funny. I just liked it. And you know, I would know people who would fawn over Asian babies more, and it got me to thinking, there’s this belief that Asian babies are really cute, and it got me thinking that our whole race is infantilized to some degree, and it manifests itself in different ways. You infantilize a woman, and she becomes eroticized. You infantilize a man, and he becomes emasculated. You infantilize a baby [laughs] — and it’s possible, it appears that you can infantilize a baby even more. [laughs] The babies need to be cuter than white babies. And it’s just a weird thing that I felt like said something about mainstream America’s relationship to Asians in general. So that’s where it came from.
“faster,” she moaned. “why won’t this page load faster?”
sext: sorry just got this text haha. do u still have a boner?
In a clever Japanese ad spot, girls use Google Images and a projector to try on clothes. The resulting digital fashion show is giggly, geeky cute, and supposed to prove that you can do more with Google than ever imagined.