So, I took screenshots of all the tweets I tweeted while reading Carry On and decided to share them for your entertainment. Or not. Either way, here you go! (There are 14 and it was longer than I expected. Feel free to ignore.)
I feel like the basic theme of my thoughts were “IS THIS EVEN A REAL BOOK?”
Aph America’s had some strange scenery changes in hetalia like in the first 4 seasons, he lived in a mansion, In the Scary movie episodes it was a HUGE chique apartment with abstract chairs, and in the episode where he was room-mates with Japan, it was a reasonable sized house/townhouse(?)? Where’s he gonna live in season 6? ??? a baseball stadium? A trailer? stay tuned kiddos
you’re from Independence, you still wear that name with pride. Just
about everyone we talk to tells us it’s a great place to raise children.
They’re proud to be the hometown of playwright and novelist William Inge, who wrote Bus Stop; Come Back, Little Sheba; and Picnic; set in small Midwestern towns much like Independence. Their hometown author is celebrated in the annual William Inge Theatre Festival, which has attracted marquee names like Steven Sondheim and Neil Simon as honorees.
Big city folks plunked down in rural Kansas.
“And then they marvel at cows, as you bring them back into town!” says Kym Kays, laughing.
“You never liked baseball. You always tied it to Pop’s death. Baseball didn’t kill your father. A drunk driver killed your father. Baseball killed my marriage and took my daughter away from me. That’s not true. Isn’t it? No. I just don’t understand. We used to be so close. Now I can’t even get three hours with you.”