There aren’t enough 20/10s in the world to fix this.
Oh, House Hunters. The show that puts clueless people who adhere to every gendered stereotype imaginable in the hands of the most grating and idiotic real estate agents on the planet and forces them to choose between three mediocre home options. Or whatever the official outline of the show is supposed to be.
Unless you’ve been living in a nerd-free cave for the past several months, you are no doubt aware that this Saturday marked the 50th anniversary of the debut of Doctor Who, which was celebrated with the special episode, “The Day of the Doctor.” (Obviously, here there be spoilers. If you haven’t seen it yet and don’t want to know what happens, scroll right on by.~ed)
God, is the semester over yet?
But it would have been a helluva prank to pull off, wouldn’t it?
If all goes well, I’ll be in an ensemble for the first time since college.
The day after Halloween is where it’s at, people.
OK, FINE! I’ll play Candy Crush. ARE YOU PEOPLE HAPPY? Continue reading
This Sunday is my 30th birthday. Send help, or at least vodka.
Happy happy birthday P-Mag! You’re a Libra, which means you’re the most intelligent, charming, and attractive of all the zodiac signs. Continue reading
I am not a big fan of wedding shows. I find that they play into a bunch of super annoying stereotypes and traditions that exist in everyday life and are only exacerbated by weddings. But, my mom is a fan of Say Yes to the Dress so I’ve seen many, many episodes of it against my will. Awhile back, I was watching couldn’t help but think it is so cliched and formulaic that there simply must be a drinking game for it. I Googled, but there really isn’t anything good, so I made my own. Continue reading
Lately the internet has been abuzz with something Tim Gunn said: that fashion ends at a size 12. Here’s the quote: Continue reading
This weekend, I get to hang with my favorite girl, Zelda, while my folks are away. Continue reading
It’s our first weekend back in business since school started, and I’m pooped. Continue reading