The Shittiest Princess is a series of funny fairy tales for those of us who ain’t exactly cartoon princesses. Stay tuned for a new adventure every week! You can find the whole series here.
Part one of this exciting story is here! And now… on to PART DEUX.
A knock knock knock sounded on Princess Poot’s chamber door in the dead of night.
“Um, Princess Poot?” said a male voice. “Please be dressed,” he added.
Poot rushed to the door to hear the guard more clearly. “There’s a visitor here to see you? Says she’s the Ghost of Princess Present, which checks out because she’s, um, sliming me.” Read More The Shittiest Princess and the Three Ghosties, Part Two
All I need is something warm to drink and this song. Read More This Open Thread is in the Mood to Dance
This is the story of my bad influence and haphazard memory leading to multiple purchases of the same record.
Read More Record Machine: “She Likes” by Demosexual (Limited Edition)
The Internet has been buzzing since Sunday night with discussion about actress Patricia Arquette’s Oscar acceptance speech and her followup remarks that were made in the press room afterwards. In case you haven’t been online much, here’s a recap. Read More What’s Wrong With Patricia Arquette’s Comments? A Lot.
Aldnoah Zero, Ep 19
Slaine believes he was NTRed and decides to really destroy Earth. He’s not the real villain of this show, and it is starting to feel like Buddy Complex, with the princess waking up and having no memory of her time on Earth… unless she is faking, because she does remember. Read More Weekly Anime Review
This is it: the definitive list of the ten products you’ll need to get and keep a clean house. Read More Ask UfYH: The Top 10 Must-Have Cleaning Supplies for Every Home
This past week wasn’t a great week for people of color. There were some highs, but there were a lot of lows. Read More PoC News in America
Can love survive in Hollywood as one star’s career is on the rise and the other’s is fading? In the 1937 film A Star Is Born, just such a thing occurs, and our heroine and hero try their best to keep their love intact in the ruthless world of golden-age Hollywood. The film stars Janet Gaynor, Fredric March, Adolphe Menjou, and Andy Devine. William A. Wellman directed the film and also collaborated with Robert Carson, Dorothy Parker, and Alan Campbell. The film won a 1937 Academy Award for Best Writing and a special award for Best Color Photography. Read More Classic Woman-centric Movie Review: A Star Is Born (1937)