Tuesday, March 22, 2011

We've Been 'Kramered' Part 2

New Topic. Does anybody find it bizarre no cast member of Saturday Night Live has ever been openly gay? Discuss.

Monday, March 21, 2011

We've Been 'Kramered'

Last seen at The Gap buying sweaters from Adam Sandler in 1991, Victoria Jackson (SNL Alum / Born Again "Christian") stole Charlie Sheen's thunder by posting a homophobic rant regarding Kurt and Blaine's* on-screen boy on boy kiss.

It's one thing to mock Kurt, he can be annoying. But to talk smack on my imaginary boyfriend, Blaine, is unforgivable. Victoria, you make Rob Schneider seem cool.

*This post is referring to Glee; if you don't watch, don't follow my blog.

Wednesday, March 2, 2011

Great Minds Think Alike

Yesterday both Charlie Sheen and I joined Twitter.

I have five followers, he has five hundred thousand. All that stands between us is a sitcom and a sex addiction.

If you follow Char.Sh, follow J.Ro www.twitter.com/jasonromaine

Tuesday, March 1, 2011

The Social Network

March 1st 2011 will be remembered by my Romainiacs as the day J.Ro joined Twitter.

I will remember it as the day I got thirty updates from Nia Vardalos.

For some reason she popped up on my screen and I hit FOLLOW. Now I need a new word for TMI. This Twitter thing is quite a beast. On the bright side, I'll be the first to know when My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2 is greenlit.


Proudest Monkey

Am I under the table and dreaming, or is Dave Matthews in a new John Varvatos ad?

This world has officially become stranger than the monkey on Dave's shoulder.

Saturday, February 5, 2011

17 Again

For everyone who has been unsupportive of my new Justin Bieber hair style, I have one thing to say.

You spend eight years being compared to Clay Aiken and see what lengths you'd take to resemble some other celebrity.

Thursday, February 3, 2011

Darcy Doesn't Exist

In 1813, did Jane Austen realize how debilitating her novels would become for women and gay men in modern times, pondering why the guy we adore will not reciprocate accordingly?

Mr. Darcy alone has allowed us two hundred years of excusing another's unenthusiastic reactions to our advances. Even little Jane herself knew in 1813, whilst typing on her mac book, in non-fiction unenthusiastic reactions mean only one thing...he's just not that into you.