Friends, have you subscribed to Hulu so you can watch The Mindy Project? If not? WHY? Because I canceled my account about two years ago, in a cable-login-required fury (nevermind that I have cable, it was the principle of the thing!) and only got it back when Mindy made the switch to Hulu-only. That annoyed me at first, but watching this one show is worth it, to be honest. (And I even pay for the no commercials upgrade. ILY, Mindy Kaling.) What I’m saying is: The Mindy Project is worth the monthly price of Hulu all on its own. And then you can also watch other stuff if you feel like it. But really just watch Mindy: "Did you kidnap me? This is an Amber Alert!" "Oh, come on. That's for cute little blonde girls. It's not for you." ❤ #TheMindyProject — Sarah Blackstock (@sarahblackstock) January 22, 2014 Mindy's brother to her: "In terms of entitlement and personality, you're the whitest man I know." HAHAHA. ❤ #TheMindyProject — Sarah Blackstock (@sarahblackstock) February 19, 2015 "Will …
Every few months I remember this rude goat, Buttermilk, and watch this video. I mean, look at that lovable jerk: And since you’re into goats now: Also, this goat sidekick is adorable:
This is hilarious and awkward and very amusing to me: The amazing story of Donald Trump’s old spokesman, John Barron — who was actually Donald Trump himself. In the 1980s, when reporters called the Trump Organization to request an interview with the boss, they were sometimes referred to a spokesman, instead. That a busy and image-conscious executive such as Donald Trump would place a buffer between himself and the media was hardly unusual, but there was a twist: The spokesman, John Barron, was actually Trump, hiding behind a fake name. Also, this by Nora Ephron on Trump from back in 1989 is interesting and informative, considering: Here is what interests me about Donald Trump: He wants to be famous. He wants people to talk about him. He wants people to notice him. He wants people to write about him. He wants people to ask him for autographs and recognize him and invade his privacy; not that he seems to have any privacy; he doesn’t even seem to have a single solitary thought he manages to …
Somehow I managed to be a fan of both Key & Peele and Game of Thrones and not see this video until right now (only a year late). It’s got me excited for the upcoming season next month. Also, K&P are a delight. “KILT!” haha
Please take a moment to look at this amazing sister moment: In life, you are either a Sasha or a Malia when meeting a celebrity. Never both. pic.twitter.com/wNFrTCXHE2 — Brandi Edwards (@BrandiInIndy) March 12, 2016 The face and the double thumbs up Malia is aiming at Sasha is… THE BEST. So, so, so sister. ❤ (Also, I’m a total Malia.)
If you aren’t a Bob’s Burgers fan yet, please watch this video and rectify that immediately. If you’ve already done that, here’s what I wrote about this week in case you want to catch up: Lounging Poncho – I’m basically a professional at relaxing. Poetry 101 – Looking for poem recommendations! Reading Reminder – Join my 2016 Reading Challenge! 😀 Lady Ghostbusters – Is it time yet?! Toast Ambassador – Because I love toast. Find Your House & Wand on Pottermore – I’m a Ravenclaw. The Crush Continues – I ❤ the killer on The Fall. Oops. Week of 29 January 2016 – On toast, waterboarding, and Wonder Woman.