there was this STUNNING girl on my bus today omg & i held her up getting on the bus and was like tripping over myself trying to apologise and she was just smiling @ me saying ‘all good no worries’ but she sat behind me so i couldn’t admire her on the ride home :-/
ryanair is like the Worst airline ever but girl you gotta go places
girl i know every time i board a ryanair flight i pray for my life like those shades of blue and yellow together all over the plane and on the flight attendants give me headaches and how the pilot just fucking slams the plane onto the ground when we land makes my teeth shatter but it’s so affordable… the lord giveth the lord taketh away !
The Lord Giveth and the Lord taketh away. Before March 6 I wasstill in mourning at the loss of my great friends in the Parks & Recreation
department of Pawnee, IN. But though the good Lord may have taken awayParks
& Rec, we were gifted with Tina Fey’s new show The Unbreakable Kimmy
Just in time to sweep up the sorrows of Parks’ closure, we
get The Office vet Ellie Kemper staring alongside Broadway alum Tituss Burgess
in the brand new Netflix Original Series, The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt. One of
the best parts of Parks & Rec was the positive uplifting tone. Kemper brings
a similar, but weirder and quirkier, air to the show that is very similar to
As you’ve probably heard, the show was originally planned
for NBC but was later sold to Netfilx. Thank God. It’s not only great because
of the show’s binge-ability but also NBC would probably have screwed up the show. NBC “gave”
us 30 Rock, The Office, and Parks- and Unbreakable seems like a great continuation
of some of TV’s greatest. But other than The Office, both Parks and 30 Rock
never really had the numbers NBC wanted. If you look at NBC’s track record of
late, it would be very likely that show would have suffered low numbers, poor
marketing, and a wishy washy time slot.
But Unbreakable just feels right on Netflix: the quirkiness,
the great diversity (seriously- a strong female lead, a gay black lead,
gentrification jokes, an Asian love interest, etc.), rapid pace jokes that lend
itself to repeat viewings, and the onslaught of YouTube generation humor. (Just
a side note, Netflix’s big success stories are House of Cards and Orange is the New
Black… it needed something just a touch more light hearted.)
And let’s be honest. I don’t know about you but pretty much
all of my Parks & Rec and 30 Rock viewing happened on Netflix. Other than the
series finales, those shows found their home on Netflix and Hulu. Unbreakable is
just skipping a step and beaming right into the Cable Cutters’ eye balls.
So thank you Netflix for filling Parks and Rec’s gaping hole
in my soul. However… I now hate you for creating a new void as I wait anxiously
for Unbreakable’s second season.