This week’s post will be both fun and educational! (Who said learning can’t be fun? Clearly, that person is/was a dumbass…)
- How do I put this? Um, “Ducktales”… as in, the epic Disney show about ducks… is returning to television.
Dear February 2015…
Love n’ Kisses,
- Owls. First of all, if you don’t love owls with all your freakin’ heart, then I’m sorry, but we cannot be friends. Secondly, how absurdly hysterical are these dumb owl pictures? Why do these crack me up? I mean, aside from the soulless, black eyes, they’re pretty fantastic.
- Speaking of owls… you know who else loves owls? Veronica over at Owl Wonder. Two things worth mentioning about this: 1.) Did you know Britain and Japan have OWL CAFES? Um… I will be booking my flights to both places forthwith just so I can drink coffee in the presence of OWLS. Seriously. How awesome is that? and 2.) She just wrote a book called “Owl’s Shape Adventure” which looks adorable, and you should totally check out.
- The word “got”. Is there any one word more useless in the English language? I think not. At what point is the word “got” ever necessary when speaking or writing? “I got milk at the grocery store.”? OR “I purchased/bought/acquired milk at the grocery store.”? Also, “You have got to see this.” Really? I have got to see that? How about, “You have to see this.”? What about, “I got first place in the 100 yard dash.”? Nope. “I won/received/earned first place in the 100 yard dash” See? Totally pointless word. I ban it henceforth.
- The following tidbit about the United Kingdom:
Um… who knew?! I seriously had no idea that Scotland was located right above England. And I’m Scottish. I thought that whole big slab was just… Britain/England to be used interchangeably. Clearly, I was wrong. Clearly, my 8th grade Geography class had very little impact on me. (Sorry, Mr. McDougal…)
- And lastly… this:
Because it is my life. Especially the “cancelled plans” and “staying in” thing.
Alrighty, that’s all I gots (Ha-ha! See what I did there? It sounds stupid, doesn’t it? Thus, my point is proven.) this week, peeps. Over n’ out, good buddies.