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Miss Jane Russell demonstrates the female gaze in action, in the male-totty-tastic musical number Anyone Here For Love, from Gentlemen Prefer Blondes (1953).

Miss Jane Russell demonstrates the female gaze in action, in the male-totty-tastic musical number Anyone Here For Love, from Gentlemen Prefer Blondes (1953).

You like the mind to be a neat machine, equipped to work efficiently, if narrowly, and with no extra bits or useless parts. I like the mind to be a dustbin of scraps of brilliant fabric, odd gems, worthless but fascinating curiosities, tinsel, quaint bits of carving, and a reasonable amount of healthy dirt. Shake the machine and it goes out of order; shake the dustbin and it adjusts itself beautifully to its new position.

—Robertson Davies, Tempest-Tost (1951)

Let’s face it, we’ve all had days when the dungballs of life are totally beyond our control.

Let’s face it, we’ve all had days when the dungballs of life are totally beyond our control.

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Bette Davis playing an alcoholic actress in Dangerous (1935)

Bette Davis/booze is surely one of the great on-screen OTPs of Hollywood history. Bottoms up!

Charles Addams, The New Yorker, February 1961
A GPOY for Valentine’s Day!

Charles Addams, The New Yorker, February 1961

A GPOY for Valentine’s Day!

Gratuitous picture of myself on any Monday morning.

Gratuitous picture of myself on any Monday morning.