“I call myself a feminist when people ask me if I am, and of course I am ‘cause it’s about equality, so I hope everyone is. You know you’re working in a patriarchal society when the word feminist has a weird connotation. “Hippie” has a weird connotation. “Liberal” has a weird connotation.”—Ellen Page (via aragons) (via fuckyeahfiercebitches) (via hopesichord) (via squintyoureyes) (via lambmark) (via corcordium) (via sweetjo)
this is killing me. IT GUESSES RIGHT EVERY SINGLE TIME
HOLY FUCK IT GOT OLIVE SNOOK.
It got Bethenny. OMFG.
This thing always creeps me out. I mean, it just asks such general questions and yet still gets it. HOW DID IT GUESS BURT FARLANDER? It just asked if it was a man and if it was a main character in the movie and then if he was in love in the movie and then it was asking me if he wore glasses and had a beard and HOW DOES IT GET THERE FROM THAT?
This is literally the scariest thing I’ve ever played. So far it has guessed Kate Austen, Bugs Bunny, and Dirk Diggler. But it failed to recognize Frank Lapidus (it guessed Ben Linus instead). So it’s not infallible. But the Dirk Diggler one really freaked me out. Literally after asking if he’s the main character in his movie, it asked if he plays a porn star. I was like “NUH UHHHHHH HOW WOULD YOU EVER GUESS THAT?”
Ohohohohoooo, it guessed Sam Winchester (along with a pic of him making an IDFK face XD), but then I stumped it with Herc from FNL!
Took him three tries to correctly guess both Neal Caffrey and Sarah Walker. I’m always confused by the “is your character real?” and “does your character really exist?” type questions. I’m answering no because I’m assuming he means like is my “character” a celebrity. Like the actor not the character? Still fun!
“I don’t feel shut in, or cramped, or that I hide anything in my life. I’ve lived my life very openly and honestly, and that’s how I like it. I go to work, and sit down with you and other people in the media and talk about things that have to do with the job, and I go home and have my real life. It’s a whole separate entity that I get to enjoy, and it gives me proper perspective on the billboards and subway signs and magazine covers and all that. It prioritizes my life.”—Matt Bomer on why he doesn’t talk about his personal life [source] (via gigglemonster)