On Sunday I begin Typical Jenn's 31 Days of Halloween, but before I do I wanted to post what I'm currently reading. I'm almost finished with it but so far, I've enjoyed it. Tucker Max is an asshole, or was back in the day, but this book is genuinely funny. It's definitely not for … Continue reading Hilarity Ensues by : Tucker Max
It must be nice to go through life being able to pretend you're not scared of anything. How lovely it must be to act like driving over bridges isn't worrisome or that ice skating doesn't terrify you, because let me tell you, if you fall down someone is skating over your fingers and severing them. … Continue reading Memeofmephobia
So I originally purchased this book to learn more about a company called Book In A Box and how they format their work. Khalil is one of their authors and to be honest I'm not really sure why I chose this one out of all of the books the company has published. Turns out it's … Continue reading I Forgot to Die by: Khalil Rafati
Like everyone else I've gone through phases where I've had some pretty low self-esteem. Listen to me, I said everyone but I didn't mean YOU Colleen. Of course not. You NEVER have self-esteem issues. You're always confident and secure and your life is just one torn down stop sign after another. Anyway, low self-esteem. It's … Continue reading Little Miss Insecure Sunshine
Refrigerator running…its mouth.
You know the old adage, “Love hurts?” I’m okay with the heart getting hurt. When some girl cold bloodedly tells you that she has been dating someone else for a little while at the same time and she likes him better. Or when you ask a girl to go steady with a big huge cut out heart because she asked you to a dance, and she says no, making the upcoming dance with her Suuuper awkward.
When it comes to romantic comedies though, why does it seem like the refrigerator is always running? Because it seems like someone is always trying to catch it. Every time you turn around someone is chasing someone. Whether it is a girl chasing a guy to the airport, a guy chasing a girl to a baseball game, or a crowd of girls in wedding dresses chasing a guy down the street…
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OK, wow. Um, where do I start? I guess I'll start with "OK I'd heard this season would be about the election but damn it the news is bad enough did you really have to go there, AHS?" I mean really. Television is my escape, and what did you do? You took a show that … Continue reading American Horror Story: What. The. F*@$.
Hhhiiiii, It's been a few of days since you accidentally (wasn't sure if I should put that in quotations) revealed to the world you watch porn so I figured now would be a good time to reach out. How are you? Been better I can see. Listen, don't beat yourself up about this.... Ummm, let's … Continue reading An Open Letter to Ted Cruz
I'll admit, I haven't watched very many of Anna Kendrick's movies. In fact I can probably only name about four movies she's been in. In all honesty it was her Twitter account that made me want to read her book. If she's that funny on Twitter her book has to be just as hilarious and … Continue reading Scrappy Little Nobody by: Anna Kendrick
I can't believe it's taken me so long to discover the writings of Jenny Lawson. After spending a few weeks reading everything I could on her website I finally picked up her book and couldn't put it down. What I love most about her writing is it feels less like you're reading her story and … Continue reading Let’s Pretend This Never Happened by: Jenny Lawson
So the other day started off like any other holiday off where I go to crossfit and my husband does yard work. I returned home to find him still outside working so I decided to go inside, put my gym stuff away and then hang out with him outside so he wouldn't feel like he … Continue reading I Know a Queen When I See One