I used to sing. Shut up, I did. I started with Tejano music then moved on to Freestyle music (it made a comeback in the 90s and you had to have zero talent). Then I opted for pop music because it appeared that that's where the money was at. If Britney Spears could get a … Continue reading Review: Open Book | Jessica Simpson
For the most part, I spend the majority of my time with a girl I met when I was 14 and who, to this day, is still one of my best friends. Through most of high school, it was just us two - very Romy and Michelle. However, one day we made the mistake of allowing an outsider to infiltrate our twosome.
Age is nothing but a number. It's such a cliché thing to say but it's true. It has to be or the reality is I'm mentally aging in reverse. In fact, don't even ask me how old I am. I'm relearning numbers. Recently I attended a funeral that I was not prepared to attend. Not … Continue reading Funerals Bring Out The Kid In Me
Did you know there are perks to working a job you hate? There are very few of them, mind, and some people may think of them as "reasons to not set the boss's car on fire" as opposed to "perks", but they do exist. One is a paycheck. Another, for me at least, is sometimes … Continue reading The Typical Jenn Experiment
I have a dream. And that dream is to one day be a guest on Comedy Central's Drunk History, both as an actress and as a drunk person. No, really. I realize most dreams consist of purchasing homes or getting a Master's degree. Not me. I want to be drunk on national TV talking about … Continue reading Review: The Last Black Unicorn | Tiffany Haddish
We've all done it. We all dwell on it. There are even ridiculous amounts of memes dedicated to it. It's an epidemic that we've let affect us for too long. I'm talking about foot-in-mouth incidents and today, I take a stand against the effects these misfortunes have on me. Today, I will free myself from … Continue reading This Month I Said…
OK, so here's the deal with this book: it's hilarious. I'm talking it made me cry-laugh. H. Jon details his failures from childhood to his most recent - failing to do two different voices for Bob (Bob's Burgers) and Archer (Archer, duh). What I love most is this book never turns inspirational. There's no advice … Continue reading Review: Failure is An Option | H. Jon Benjamin
Over the years, I've been pretty vocal about the heartache I suffered upon discovering I was a millennial. After spending the better part of two decades not caring about or even seeing the point of these classifications, I was suddenly angered by the fact that because of a technicality (my birth year) I was officially … Continue reading Stereotypical Jenn