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Omg tonight’s episode of Bob’s Burgers was so good! Finally a Louise x Rudy moment! Kinda wish there coulda been a Gene x Courtney moment in this episode but they did do a whole episode last Valentines day sooo I guess that’s fine :/

But still I’m so happy tonight’s ep was so good, it was worth the wait and I can’t wait for next Sunday.

Kennedy Family portrait at Caroline’s wedding, 1986

I was tagged by @daisylouise

Rules: Spell your url with song titles (only using an artist once) and tag ten people!

j - julie by emily kinney

e - everytime you go by ellie goulding

m - miss you by gabrielle aplin

m - monsters by ruelle

a - all cause of you by the 88

m - my demons by starset

a - apers moi by regina spektor

x - xibalba by clint mansell

i - i found by amber run

m - made of stars by hovi star

o - one hot pleasue by erika jayne

f - fire by barns courtney

f - fossa by daughter

Phew, that was a challenge! I am tagging @jemmasimmouns @jsimmonz @superirishbreakfasttea @idecaesteckers @drfitzysimmons @hermionesimmonss @mrsdecaestecker

a very feminist to read list

ok so due to a whole multitude of things (I’m strongly considering becoming a sexuality educator and doing a post grad in sexology sooo) my tbr shelf on goodreads just got very sex and feminism focussed so I thought I’d throw then into a list on here 

- Come As You Are by Emily Nagoski (NF, the science of sex and the female brain)

- Bonk - The Curious Coupling of Science and Sex by Mary Roach (NF, there is a theme here but I’ve heard this is very science heavy and funny)

- Vagina: A New Biography by Naomi Wolf (NF, mixed reviews but we’ll see)

- Perv: The Sexual Deviant In All Of Us by Jesse Bering (NF, kinda hoping this is The Little Death in book form bc that movie is Australian gold and I will never be over the Skype sex scene)

- All The Rage by Courtney Summers (F, tw: rape, seems like it’s a if you enjoyed Asking For It.. kinda vibe)

now for the graphic novels because I’m trying to get into those.

Take It As A Compliment by Maria Stoian - (I think the title is self explanatory but I’ve heard such great things about this and it’ll probably be what I read first)

The Plain Janes by Cecil Castellucci - (arty girl gang? sign me up)

Giant Days by John Allison - (YA and I aren’t having a good relationship at the moment but this seemed coming of age in a new adult kinda way)

Ghost World by Daniel Clowes - (coming of age but without a best friend by your side, you sure this isn’t about me?)

I mean..

Now, am I brave enough to read those first ones on the train?