ispyafamousface:

10 years after Lost, Malcolm David Kelley teamed up with Tony Oller to form MKTO, a pop/hip-hop duo. You probably know their #1 hit “Classic”, it’s pretty catchy.
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ispyafamousface:

10 years after Lost, Malcolm David Kelley teamed up with Tony Oller to form MKTO, a pop/hip-hop duo. You probably know their #1 hit “Classic”, it’s pretty catchy.
follow us on twitter:  @ispyafamousface​

ispyafamousface:

10 years after Lost, Malcolm David Kelley teamed up with Tony Oller to form MKTO, a pop/hip-hop duo. You probably know their #1 hit “Classic”, it’s pretty catchy.

follow us on twitter:  @ispyafamousface​

fallontonight:

smartgirlsattheparty:

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Nick Offerman offers some sage advice on how to paddle your own canoe!
fallontonight:

smartgirlsattheparty:

:)

Nick Offerman offers some sage advice on how to paddle your own canoe!
fallontonight:

smartgirlsattheparty:

:)

Nick Offerman offers some sage advice on how to paddle your own canoe!
fallontonight:

smartgirlsattheparty:

:)

Nick Offerman offers some sage advice on how to paddle your own canoe!
fallontonight:

smartgirlsattheparty:

:)

Nick Offerman offers some sage advice on how to paddle your own canoe!

When you’re waiting to hear from someone but get a message from a different person instead

When a pedestrian is taking forever to cross the street

When you try to do something great with your life but then ultimately just have to settle for middle of the road

mets:

Ben Affleck Sports Mets Hat in New Film
by Will Carafello

He’s not a Mets fan but he’ll play one on the big screen. Ben Affleck is a great actor but he just could not portray his character as a Yankees fan.

In his new film, Gone Girl, in theaters now, director David Fincher asked Affleck to wear a Yankees cap for a scene in the movie.  The Oscar-winning actor replied, no chance. 

"I said, ‘David, I love you, I would do anything for you,’ " Affleck, told the New York Times. “‘But I will not wear a Yankees hat. I just can’t. I can’t wear it because it’s going to become a thing, David. I will never hear the end of it. I can’t do it.’ And I couldn’t put it on my head." 

For a scene in the film, Affleck’s character attempts to lay low in a New York airport and needs a local baseball cap as part of his disguise. The script called for a New York Yankees cap but the Boston native said he just would not do it.

Affleck shared, “That was the only fight David and I had, and it was a legitimate fight.” 

The two decided to Affleck would wear a New York Mets hat instead.

The compromise was “very Switzerland” in Affleck’s opinion.

For the scene, Affleck wears the more subtle, all-black Mets cap. The traditional orange and blue cap was apparently too bold for the scene where Affleck is trying to blend in. Though never stated, one would also have to guess that the 1997 “snow-white” alternate cap was never an option for the role, either.

We would be happy to see Mr. Affleck in orange and blue in any of his future films.

Unrelated — the St. Lucie Mets are offer 30% off Mets hats right now. Channel your inner Ben Affleck and use code: HATS30 when checking out to save: http://bit.ly/Zc9uLT

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