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This made my night. I was looking up Dule Hill (Gus from Psych) and under occupation on wiki it says "actor, tap dancer". So then on Youtube I found this: (skip to 0:55 for just the dancing)
I love typing in my google searches slowly so I get to see what everyone else searches. Sometimes it's depressing. Sometimes it is just weird. Show me your weird searches!
Once after I cooked my pasta, I realized that I was out of butter, olive oil, and sauce. I didn't want to eat just salted plain noodles so I decided to cover them in ranch dressing. My justification was that pasta salad is delicious and ranch is mayo based. I took two bites, threw it out, and skipped dinner.
For example, I am team Cat, Pie, Pancake, which makes me CPP. What are you!?
I asked that question in the fall of last year when The Fault in Our Stars finally made it onto my radar. So I have spent the past few months reading four of John Green's books and watching his vlog. (I hate myself for typing that word.) Note, NO SPOILERS IN THIS POST.
If you're reading this, you're probably thinking "Didn't JenStrange already write a post about more Princess Diary books?" Why yes I did observant reader. This is a post about even MORE Princess Diaries books.
Meg Cabot is coming out with a middle grade series about a young girl who finds out that she is Mia Thermopolis' long lost sister and follows her transformation from normal to princess. So basically it's the princess diaries all over again. Well if it worked the first time…
Despite what I claimed as a pretentious 6th grader, I never really liked poetry. I always wanted to like it, but I never felt connected to it. In high school the only poetry we studied was Plath, which was the closest I came liking poetry, but my English teacher told me my analysis was completely wrong, so I pushed…
I never thought I would voluntarily step foot in a high school again.
I'm not talking about a story about progressives, like if I was reading a book about the civil rights movement or abolitionists. I'm talking about when characters have modern day ideas while they exist in the past.
For the past few months my facebook feed has been overflowing with status updates about where everyone is getting into grad school and it's making me feel like shit. Which is silly, I don't even WANT to go to grad school. I didn't look at schools. I didn't take the GRE. I didn't apply.
I've been reading a lot recently. I'm living with my mom for a few months to save money before I move again for real. So I'm in a city where I know no one. All I do here is work and read. Without further ado, here's what I've been reading, two books were even recommended by GTers.
Over the past few days I have cleaned my inbox from 3,000+ emails to ZERO. And I didn't just delete all of them. I actually organized them and then I organized all my folders.
As someone who considers herself a bookish person and as someone who takes a lot of online quizzes, I am often disappointed that I don't score higher on many literary quizzes.
I'm visiting my dad this weekend so I can clean out all of my stuff. Like most people I have a million journals that are less than halfway full. In middle school I burned a lot of my journals, so I was so happy to find this one. Please enjoy.