So now not only the food is people.
The musical instruments also are people.
EVERYTHING IS PEOPLE.
So my four year old niece is here, right? Well, she likes playing “Sherlock” by grabbing a magnifying glass and going...
the Hannibal fandom is like those wealthy neighbours who just moved in next door and something...
Now I know a lot of people say that, however I’m not one of them. I may, however, long after completely unattainable older men/celebrities…
But Tina Fey. She’s an incredibly smart, talented, funny, beautiful woman. Did I mention she’s talented?
When I was in grade 8 or 9 we had to dress up as our favourite female role models (I went to an all girls school). I dressed up as Tina Fey. We share dark hair and glasses and I grabbed items of clothing from my closet and my mothers to match a picture of her I found on the internet. Least to say, no one knew who I was since it wasn’t totally obvious. If it wasn’t for the name tag, I don’t think anyone would have believed I dressed up.
When I got her autobiography Bossypants I definitely learned a whole bunch of things I hadn’t known before. Including the scar on her cheek. I hadn’t noticed it at all before she pointed it out. It’s definitely there but it’s hardly noticeable. But the story of how she got it is truly horrifying.
Anyway, she was on Jimmy Fallon’s late night talk show recently. BTW, Jimmy’s show and Craig Ferguson’s show are the only late night talk shows I can handle. Jimmy’s cute and Craig is funny. (And Craig’s accent is really cute.)