FUCKIN CANDY BITCHES
So being an adult, I am occasionally struck by the realization that “Holy shit I can just like buy candy and have other grown-ups carry it to my motherfucking door” and then I usually send a random friend some milkduds or something.
But you know what’s fun? Giveaways.
So I’m doing one.
- I Don’t Care. Seriously, reblog all you like, like it, make love to it. Follow me, Don’t. Don’t care. Gonna random generate a number and that note number will be the winner.
- This is gonna go until Friday, May 3rd. At whenever I get online on that day.
- I will ship them to you from amazon or wherever. Shipping will be to the continental US only. I ain’t made of money. Just candy.
- You will get to pick the candy. It will be a huge fucking amount. like five pounds or some shit.
- If I don’t like your URL, you can still win but I will sigh when I pick you.
- If your askbox is closed or communicating with you is a pain in the ass then I’ma pick another winner.
- when the candy arrives I want you to take a picture of it or something. I am genuinely curious to see what a five pound bag of candy looks like
That is all I can think of. Get some candy.
They were just awesome together..
Be cool soda pop, but it looks like the “Veronica Mars” movie is happening … if Rob Thomas and Kristen Bell score $2 million.
If the project raises $2 million — there are plenty of incentives for fans to donate besides the fact that “Veronica Mars” would be returning to life — Warner Bros. Digital Distribution has agreed to produce the movie and pay for the marketing, promotion and distribution. It would be released in the first quarter of 2014 with a limited theater run and then move to VOD, iTunes and other digital homes. Of course, only if they reach the goal.
“I have never fallen so deeply in love with a character,” Bell told Entertainment Weekly. “We all became so close, and the cancellation of the show left a huge hole in my heart. I would have put on ‘Veronica Mars: The Circus’ to bring it back.”
Bell has never given up hope about reprising the role and reuniting with her TV family. In an interview with The Huffington Post from December 2011, Bell urged fans not to give up hope.
“We are still working on it,” Bell told HuffPost TV n a phone interview. “I don’t mean to say that to placate you. We are — we, like the few people involved that have it in our hearts — are still assessing all of our options and game-planning it.”
“Veronica Mars” lasted for three seasons on TV, two on UPN and one on The CW. While never a ratings champ, the show developed a cult following. When The WB and UPN merged to form The CW, fans raised enough money to rent a plane to fly over The CW’s new headquarters with a “Veronica Mars” banner attached. This challenge of $2 million is a little steeper, but “Veronica Mars” fans are nothing if not tenacious.
“Life has taken Veronica away from Neptune. In the years since spoiling Keith’s chances to be reelected sheriff, Veronica hasn’t taken a case,” Thomas wrote in a letter on Kickstarter. “But something big is about to bring her back home and back to her calling. My goal is to include as many of your favorite characters as possible. It is, after all, time for Veronica’s 10-year high school reunion. Keep in mind that the more money we raise, the cooler movie we can make. A two million dollar fundraising total probably means cross words are exchanged at the class reunion. Three million? We can afford a full-on brawl.”
Bell also posted a letter — and a fun “Veronica Mars” reunion video on the Kickstarter page. “I promise to give it my all,” she wrote. “I promise to work my hardest to give everyone a little bit more Veronica, and I will be oh so honored to do so.”
“Veronica Mars” fans have until April 12, 2013 to donate to the movie project.
Note: I have nothing to say….except “PLEASE DONATE!”
you never really know someone until you play uno with them and the motherfuckin asshole hits you with a draw four
I want the picture…looking down on me…