Just this past weekend, I discovered a new addition to the seemingly endless content on Netflix. There’s dozen of fantastic shows & documentaries about food available on there, many of which are Netflix series, but this new original series really caught my eye. Then, once I watched it, it’s like my eyes glazed over and my stomach got all warm, I swear I was floating off the bed.
I’m deep in a new show obsession, Fangirls. I’ve seen a bit of episode of Parenthood here or there, but never sat down to see what it was like. It seemed good enough. Boy, is it way more than just “good enough”. I started it on Friday, and am now waiting to watch the last episode of season one after I finish this article. This show is a damn masterpiece.
A friend of mine gave me a big long list of delicious apps for me to devour, and City 2048 was the first one I tried out. Needless to say, I haven’t made it any further down the list yet. This game is so simple, and actually has so little for you to do, yet it’s ever so enticing.
I discovered quite the beautiful app this week, Fangirls. It’s beautifully designed, very functional, and all about booze. What more could you ask for? Highball allows you to catalog all of your favorite cocktail recipes in one easy place, and certainly in the most prettiest of ways.
So, I’m a little late to this party, but sure am glad I came. After having countless people recommend the show to me for quite some time, I finally decided to sit down and watch Scandal this past weekend. Holy cow, is this a quality television show. I’m now addicted, in love with Olivia Pope, and have lost all hopes of productivity until I finish every episode.
When I was early in my high school career, Fangirls, my best friend & I had a vision. As total music nerds, we often dreamed of ultimate playlists for every situation, and still do. We would go on road trips and make calculated playlists that would play down to the minutes of the drive. So, it was only right that we had been thinking up a playlist designed for some hot heavy petting make out sessions. There in our 15 year old brains, Smooch Tunes was born.