Who could forget that time the Wolf of Wall Street met the Nut of Texas?
#5. Matthew McConaughey Is as Strange as His Characters
One of the stranger scenes in [The Wolf of Wall Street] (a statement we don’t make lightly) is when Leonardo DiCaprio and McConaughey sit down to lunch and McConaughey’s character reveals how utterly insane he is. … Who comes up with this shit? Well, nobody. That chest-thumping ritual is something McConaughey does on his own, in real life. DiCaprio saw him doing it on the set and, rather than slowly backing away like most people would, asked him what was up. Apparently it’s what McConaughey does to relax and get his voice ready before scenes, and DiCaprio thought it was so weird, he asked to do a take of the scene with McConaughey’s little ritual in it.
Anonymous said: I've been thinking about that a lot lately with cultural appropriation and all it seems like white people are the only ones that get offended
i’ve heard a few black folks criticize iggy and miley, for example. but white people definitively get offended the loudest
I’m just gonna let the world figure this out
I forgot the lube but I have liquid eyeliner.
please stop calling Black children who have different interests and tastes white
it’s damaging and alienating
listen, i don’t know about you, but the only people I know who actually enjoy the smell of axe body spray are not women. it’s dudes. it’s all dudes. i have worn axe body spray and walked into a room and have been complimented by legions of dudes. axe body spray is an agent of the gay agenda to make men smell better for other men to unlock their latent homosexuality and there is no stopping them now, we’re in too deep and it’s far too late.