I have fallen in love with podcasts recently, Fangirls. They make the work day go by faster, they can be educational, and a lot of them have some pretty strong comedy elements. Recently, while perusing Spotify’s Podcast section, I came upon Unladylike. I just had to give it a listen!
I do have to warn you, this article (and the podcast, of course) feature some triggering information. Proceed with caution.
Fangirls, let me tell you something; I love sketch comedy. I didn’t realize I harbored such an intense love of it until the past year or so, but since then, I’ve been following a group called Aunty Donna. Aunty Donna is an Australian sketch comedy trio who I can’t get enough of, and this past weekend, I got to see them live.
Recently, there was a serious hostage situation in Sydney, Australia. A man of Muslim background held seventeen people hostage for around sixteen hours. Two of the hostages and the gunman were shot, but the rest survived.
It’s here. For the past couple of months, Watsky’s fans have been teased by his two song releases (Whoah Whoah Whoah and Ink Don’t Bleed) from his newest album All You Can Do. This past Tuesday we were rewarded with the album release.
Hey there, Fangirls! Last time we left off with the Thinker transporting his consciousness into OMAC, King Shark fighting daddy shark Kamo, and Harley dropping a mountain on the rest of the Squad. It was pretty eventful, and it doesn’t stop there.
Fangirls! A few weeks ago, I talked about an intense experience I had while reading a comic. I mentioned the music I was listening to, which was a perfect soundtrack for the themes of the book, and all of the feelings running around my brain. Minus reading emotionally charged comic, the music of the Jezebels is enough to make me feel all sorts of things.