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I had started writing parodies as soon as I learned about the concept. I was regularly tormented by girls in third grade who told me I looked like a boy and was the ugliest girl in the class, so I made parodies of the songs they loved the most—everything by Tiffany and Debbie Gibson and the New Kids on the Block. Sometimes my mom would help; I’d come home and cry and then she’d ask what songs the popular girls liked and we’d sit down and write parodies.

veryyoungtvparents:

In The Passion of the Christ, Maia Morgenstern (born 1962) played Mary, the mother of Jim Caviezel’s Jesus (born 1968).
Age difference = 6 years, but that’s the least of the unconventional things about this family

haha look how fuckin smug jesus looks there
c’mon man it’s nice and all but it’s just a freakin’ table
(you should be following this tumblr btw)

veryyoungtvparents:

In The Passion of the Christ, Maia Morgenstern (born 1962) played Mary, the mother of Jim Caviezel’s Jesus (born 1968).

Age difference = 6 years, but that’s the least of the unconventional things about this family

haha look how fuckin smug jesus looks there

c’mon man it’s nice and all but it’s just a freakin’ table

(you should be following this tumblr btw)

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