“BAMF Lit. 101,” by Kristen Bobst, art by Emily McGregor <—- link for more!
“Dr. Jekyll has finally come up with the cure for vampirism by sampling splinters from Buffy’s favorite slaying tool. However, mid-process, the essence of all the vamp the stake has ever killed forms one consciousness, ‘Mr. Pointy,’ within the psyche of the benevolent scientist himself! Will Buffy have to send Dr. Jekyll to a hell dimension to save the world from the sinister Mr. Pointy? Will the Scoobies find another solution? Will Buffy bang Mr. Pointy to make Spike and Angel jealous!?”
turns out there’s a formula, y’all.
LINK FOR MORE: “Summer Reading for the Butch and Brain,” by Kristen Bobst
How to balance easy-reading pageturners and highbrow literature, while working on your tan.
in celebration of the Bard’s birthday this weekend, protegé Nicki Minaj decided to honor him with some special words:
NICKI MINAJ duh DUH duh DUH duh DUH duh DUH dummies
Be playin’ like they the bee’s knees, always
Stealin’ your rhymes, chasin’ the’er moneys,
But you a rock, ho, rollin’ for decades!
WIZ KHALIFA Black and yellow, black and yellow, black and
Yellow, black and yellow, black and yellow!
NICKI MINAJ Muhfuckah, please! I’m about to back-hand
This spit in the face, holla! …Marshmallow!]
“Deadwood Meets Arrested Development,” by Kristen Bobst <— click here for MORE canceled TV combos!
“Gob buys a new trick from a magic store, an ‘Aztec Time Tunnel,’ which happens to actually be a functioning time machine. The entire Bluth clan is transported on a one-way trip back to late nineteenth century South Dakota: Wild-Westy times. Michael quickly partners with Al Swearengen and starts rebuilding the Bluth Company out of the Gem Saloon, switching the company’s focus from subdivision development to the commercial creation of large-scale, high-yield brothels…”
Word of the Day: vampid
vam•pid [vam-pid] adj.
1. Someone who thinks great, classic literature can only be found in the Young Adult/Vampire Romance section.
2. To be so flat, personality-wise, people suspect you write trite, longing poetry in the privacy of your sleep-coffin.
3. Someone becomes obsessed with another person for only one or two really stupid reasons.
Origin: Stephenie Meyer.
“A Porn Shop Owner Writes Poetry: Williams and Silverstein,” by Maven Sultry [Kristen Bobst]
Maven Sultry is the proprietor of The Sultry Hut, an erotica emporium located in a rundown strip mall between a pet shop and a liquor store. When business is slow, Maven Sultry passes time by writing poems inspired by her career as a peddler of sex toys.