So I sit here on a warm Friday night, warming my gullet with some Skinny shit vodka and diet coke It’s cucumber flavored vodka too. It smells a bit like a brand new purse and tastes like licking leather, which isn’t quite the same as toilet hooch (I’m guessing) but it’s enough to put me in that Orange Is The New Black zone. But I don’t want to binge on this, largely because I have work in the morning, but also because I swallowed the first season in one night and ended up forgetting half of it. I’ll be responding to this season in dribs and drabs over the weekend, decompressing slightly after each episode, as this leather liquor swirls in my gullet and the weekend passes. Continue reading
Greetings! During this intermission in posts, I am asking my readers for a favor. I have set up a survey to explore some hypotheses I have around the word “feels,” used as a count-noun. You don’t have to know what that means. You don’t have to know what anything means. But you do, if you have a minute, have to complete the survey. Or, bad things will happen.
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But, Arrested Development season four was kind of doomed from the start.
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