Wait. This is a WAY better gif of Brandon. I cannot stop laughing.
Oh no big deal, it’s just my friend Brandon AS A MOTHERFUCKING GIF!!
If I could have your attention please!
Today is dedicated exclusively to the birthday celebration of Miss Jane Hammer. This world would be a grossly less funny place were it not for the spitfire tongue of our beloved birthday girl. I pray that I could one day be the sickle to your hammer, or perhaps even assist in a rendition of Hammertime [obviously with you as lead].
I love you my dearest PTK! Also, LEMME GET THOSE HAMMERS.
I was worried I wouldn’t have the right shoes to bring with me to Vegas. Thank God, after an exhaustive search I have found the most suitable pair. The thing is, if I don’t have it written somewhere on my person, how are people going to know for sure I’m a sexy bitch?
I don’t wanna brag but this is a pretty accurate video of me when faced with any kind of general responsibility.
I’m sure the first question here is “what kind of internet K-hole did you find yourself in to come up with a 9 minute video of Elvis Presely being a total ham while filming his comeback special in 1968?” And you would be right to ask that question but for me, the real question here is, do you think you could get 3rd degree burns from the heat coming off of Elvis’s balls in that leather suit?
Seeing things like this make me unbelievably grateful that YouTube didn’t exist when I was 13. Instead of my remakes of Aaliyah and Amy Grant music videos having upwards of 1 million hits, they’ve only been viewed by maybe 6-10 people and are now collecting dust somewhere as a bulky, out of date VHS. The best part of this video is the last minute and a half where it becomes clear that someone’s father is running the show and hoping for an early retirement.
Platinum, Diamond and Sapphire Brooch, Circa 1930.
Designed in the form of a jardiniere, set with 104 old European, round, single cut, and baguette diamonds. Accented by 10 carved-sapphire leaves, mounted in platinum, and signed Trabert & Hoeffer, Mauboussin.
Howard Hughes gave this brooch to Katharine Hepburn during their courtship, which she wore casually. Hepburn wore it in the 1945 film (with co-star Spencer Tracy) “Without Love.”
FIIIIIIIINNNNNEEEEE, I’ll take it.