Caitlin Moran in The Times talking about all the things she loves about her husband.
…let’s face it, next time you lose your remote control, it’s going to be easier to have another one delivered by a robot through a conveniently open front-room window than it is to effortfully take all the sofa cushions off, and see if it’s fallen down there. — Caitlin Moran on our Amazon drone future | Times UK (via megcouch)
CaitMo WORKING IT on the red carpet at the Christmas Tree Sessions
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Caitlin Moran on Benedict Cumberbatch in this week’s Celeb Watch (At number 3!)
This week, the most staggeringly unlikely bitch-off in the history of pop was recounted by one of the participants themselves — Bendybum Cumbybag, aka Bumperdinck Cumberbats, aka Benedict Cumberbatch — in an interview with GQ.
Really, if you’ve got a former Harrovian, plum-voiced sex actor v the Long-Reigning and Dirty-Fighting Queen of Pop, Madonna, you’d know where to place your bets if things got a bit hissy. BUT YOU’D BE WRONG.
“I met Madonna,” Cumberbatch recounted. “She said, ‘You’re the one with the strange name’. I said, ‘Yes, I am, Madonna …..’”
TEN POINTS AND A VIP BOOTH AT RUPAUL’S DRAG RACE TO FENDERWICKS CLUMBERHOUND.
Out of seven billion possible conversations, the one you started in 1995 and haven’t finished yet is the best one I’ve ever had. — Caitlin Moran, 30th November 2013, “To my husband: 14 things I love about you.” (via poopingoutwords)
Love isn’t about drama and tears and burning. It is, instead, the construction of a tiny bubble-world – like a snowglobe. One in which you stand, in view of everyone, on the mantelpiece. Sometimes it is calm inside the snowglobe. Sometimes everything turns upside down, and it fills with a panic of snowflakes. But you were made as the two tiny figures in the snowglobe, hands joined, and you do not make sense anywhere else. — Caitlin Moran on love (via fuelledwithtea)
When I asked you what your biggest sexual fantasy was, you were silent for nearly two minutes, and then eventually replied, “A… woman? —
All hail, Pete Paphides, beloved husband of Caitlin Moran and voice of many lovely chaps everywhere.