Yes, I just said that, no, I’m not sorry. Sorry. I guess I should say sorry a lot actually: Sorry for not posting in over two months. Sorry for still not having finished Cryptonomicon (in my defense: it is a very long book). Sorry for not reviewing any of the other books I read recently (I’m a… Continue reading Winnie the Pooh Sucks.
A little warning: if you’re expecting a review, you’ll be greatly disappointed. I did not write a review tonight because a) there’s just no way I’m objectively reviewing anything right now (because all my reviews are always extremely objective…yeah, right…) and b) because I wouldn’t know what to say without giving too much away. As… Continue reading Moyes, Jojo: Me Before You (2012)
Waking up and looking at my phone this morning was no fun. The votes have been counted and the result is devastating. I’m speechless. This is not what I was expecting. This is not OK. I remember being asked the following question as a child (I think they were surveying the world views of those that… Continue reading Momentarily Speechless.
An emoji was elected as Word of the Year 2015 by Oxford Dictionaries. Are you kidding me? An emoji?! Here: I’ll show you: This is NOT funny. This is sad. I have exactly two questions about this: Since when does a smiley face qualify as a word? If it had to be an emoji, then why not… Continue reading Word of the Year 2015
First of: am I the only person who managed to get well into her twenties without reading To Kill a Mockingbird? I only noticed my failure to read this classic when the sequel was announced and everybody started talking about that. All of a sudden, I too wanted to know what the fuss is about,… Continue reading Lee, Harper: To Kill a Mockingbird (1960) / Go Set a Watchman (2015)
Hi there! If you came here to hear (read?) me ramble about books, I’m sorry. It’s just not that kind of day. Instead, let me tell you a story: The story starts at TK-Maxx with me crouching on the floor squished between two bra racks and trying to figure out if they had any bras in… Continue reading Sorry, what? I mean…WHAT?