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Speaking of contracts, Sookie sleeps near her Warlow marriage contract from that time her ancestors sold her to a very old vampire for no reason that we know. It glows sometimes, it’s very disconcerting; it’s funny how both Stackhouses hate vampires now because of Warlow, but in opposite ways of each other, so they are still fighting. So yes, having decided vampires are bullshit, she rescinds Eric’s invitation, which results in the most amazing thing of the entire episode, which I don’t even have to tell you because the second that it happened the internet became 85% just gifs of it happening.

- Jacob Clifton, True Blood 6x1 “Who are You Really?” Recaplet

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Frosty the Snowman  The Feel Good Message: A smiley snowman turns into a childhood best friend and warms the hearts of children with a cheery song.The True Meaning: A wet pile of snow gets heaped up, a magical hat gets tossed on it and an imaginary friend is brought to life. That’s reason enough to be suspicious. He’s got a smoking addiction (corn cob pipes are not healthy), and he encourages young underage kids to get married through song. In the cartoon, he melts in a greenhouse in an attempt to escape from his creator. Total daddy issues. But he proves there are no brains in that waterlogged head, because he thinks that it is a good idea to hide in there so he can shed a few pounds. Not that it matters because all he needs is a cold breeze and his magic top hat to regenerate himself.
Read more: Holiday Guide: Most Disturbing Classics

Frosty the Snowman
The Feel Good Message: A smiley snowman turns into a childhood best friend and warms the hearts of children with a cheery song.

The True Meaning: A wet pile of snow gets heaped up, a magical hat gets tossed on it and an imaginary friend is brought to life. That’s reason enough to be suspicious. He’s got a smoking addiction (corn cob pipes are not healthy), and he encourages young underage kids to get married through song. In the cartoon, he melts in a greenhouse in an attempt to escape from his creator. Total daddy issues. But he proves there are no brains in that waterlogged head, because he thinks that it is a good idea to hide in there so he can shed a few pounds. Not that it matters because all he needs is a cold breeze and his magic top hat to regenerate himself.

Read more: Holiday Guide: Most Disturbing Classics

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Live and Let DieWhat It Sounds Like: A conflicted Bond must decide whether to turn a killer over to the justice system, where he may or may not be executed, or carry out the death sentence himself with his license to kill.What It Actually Means: Um… to be honest, we’re not sure. Maybe it’s connected to the whole voodoo thing that runs through this spectacularly politically incorrect adventure? (For the record, it’s just treated as a throwaway line in the original Fleming novel.) On the other hand, that combination of words did inspire Paul McCartney to write one of the most memorable Bond themes ever, so that counts as a win.
Read more: Skyfall: Decoding The Strangest James Bond Titles

Live and Let Die
What It Sounds Like: A conflicted Bond must decide whether to turn a killer over to the justice system, where he may or may not be executed, or carry out the death sentence himself with his license to kill.
What It Actually Means: Um… to be honest, we’re not sure. Maybe it’s connected to the whole voodoo thing that runs through this spectacularly politically incorrect adventure? (For the record, it’s just treated as a throwaway line in the original Fleming novel.) On the other hand, that combination of words did inspire Paul McCartney to write one of the most memorable Bond themes ever, so that counts as a win.

Read more: Skyfall: Decoding The Strangest James Bond Titles

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Obama of Winterfell.

Obama of Winterfell.

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This week on Get That Look: Ron Swanson.
Previously: Betty Francis/Draper, Julia Houston, Toddlers & Tiaras, Caroline Channing, Snooki, Aria Montgomery, Christina Aguilera, Abby Lee Miller, Daenerys Targaryen, Walter White