Okay, let’s just get to it, shall we? First, for the harrible, terrible, very bad, no good stuff.
- I know I’ve said it numerous times, but apparently it needs to continually be brought up because it’s reaching new and dangerous heights. What is with the recent Anti-Semitism? Is this Nazi Germany? Is this 1933? WHAT THE HELL IS HAPPENING?! It’s everywhere and for some reason, NO ONE is talking about it because, “Meh. It’s just the Jews. Who cares? Been there, done that.” We can get all up in arms about Indiana’s most recent legislation but the growing Anti-Semitism around the world is somehow irrelevant? Why are we not talking about this?
- For instance, even “celebrities” (if you can call her that) like Lena Dunham feel the need to jump on the Anti-Semitic band wagon and write absolute garbage like “Dog or Jewish Boyfriend? A Quiz”. And then magazines like the New Yorker publish the garbage as though it has literary merit. Really? REALLY?! (You can’t see me, but I am literally trembling as I type this because I am so outraged…) Lena Dunham is a classless, bigoted, troubled young woman (have you read her book?) who has no business spouting such garbage for others to read. If I never hear her name again, I will be a happy girl. (And yes, I’m disgusted that I possibly gave her even more notoriety for posting about this, but not posting about it was not an option.)
And now to counter the harrible, terrible, very bad, no good things, there is this:
- On the adorable scale, few things rank higher than old men and penguins. And now there’s this story (which has been circulating for a while now…) which blows the adorable scale to smithereens. Because an old man, helping penguins, by knitting them itty-bitty sweaters? SQUEEEEEEEE!!!!
Mind. Officially. Blown.
- You know what else is adorable? This:
Seriously? How adorable is HE?!
- And lastly, because we all need a good laugh after the garbage that kicked off this post, there is this. Because I know I struggle daily with figuring out how to spell this silly word that continues to mock me with its bizarre spelling. Silly English language.
That’s it for me, peeps. Over n’ out, good buddies.