I’m not sure if you were aware of this, but I’m not a monkey. I’m a 43-year-old man. I’m not just going to do the chicken dance on the 1 train.
I help out at a quiet English country pub, when someone orders a shot of anything it means they needed a taxi 2 drinks ago
Rich Sommer [who plays his agency colleague Harry Crane] sent me this thing, this little blurb — I’m sure there’s a term for it, and I’m just not familiar with — but it’s a little online snippet where it’s the dancing clip, sped up. And it says at the bottom, “It’s my job,” in big bold letters. It was really funny.
But a baguette is just a signal to the viewer that the holder has been food shopping. No one actually eats baguettes; they’re just visual shorthand — a stand-in for food.
A haiku from the article: Behind the Cover Story: Mark Bittman on the Reality of ‘Healthful’ Fast Food