The Office is another show I highly recommend. There are first of all, innumerable relatale characters, unassailably clever scriptwriting and over-the-top phenomenal acting skill. And then on top of all that, there is also an extreme amount of what I have dubbed "Michael Scott humor," I mean the show did originate the Michael Scott character, but anyways: this is the SUPER 'awkward moment' comedy that more often than not appears and applies directly to my own life...depending on how well you kno
If one of your favorite movies of all time is not Toy Story, I think you need to re-evaluate some life choices. There is one thing besides its lovable characters, genuinely hysterical puns and intense plot twists that makes this movie a one in a million instant classic, and that is: the fzx!
Pixar's voted most amazing moment is the scene in which cartoon action absolutely takes to the sky as Buzz Lightyear proves his flying skills in the comfort of Andy's room. Of course the scene is immense
Since the year started I feel like I've watched on average...maybe one episode of New Girl a day. I can't stop quoting it and I'm really obsessed with it and while maybe I should use that time for sleep instead: New Girl is really my outlet.
So last night I was Netflix-ing some of Season 3 and I came across and episode entitled, "The Captain." The basis of this blog will be the fact that within the episode, lazy - but lovable - protagonist Nick Miller unsuccessfully soundproofs his trash room
The ever popular "Big Bang Theory" has become quite the weekly night tradition in my house. After all - what a family friendly show that is! Nonetheless, week by week we stay tuned to see what happens next to the highly-educated, socially awkward, athletically incapable nerdy crew.
As the show moves from Thursdays to Mondays: Season 9 kicks off, last night premiering episode 3, "The First Pitch Insufficiency." Astronaut, Howard Walowitz, is granted the rare opportunity to throw the first pitc
I have to say, that of all things, my most favourite pass time, out of anything...ever...is doing fzx (I think it looks just as cool as it truly is when spelled this way) homework.
Just kidding that's actually a total lie I really dislike any & all homework.
However, I do find fzx to be far more interesting than most areas of learning I've been subjected to through the years. It has something more magical and eerily twilight zone-esque about it that I'm definitely into.
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