Did you watch Community last week? Yeah, I just caught up and of course the week I miss is the week they have another golden storyline. Troy meets Levar Burton, and it is amazing. You don't have to have watched the show to understand how funny it is. Watch it. Please.
And yay for Iron & Wine and their most recent Daytrotter Session. Love love love. Love. Go watch this video and let them lullaby you to sleep like a tiny baby. Yes, lullaby is a verb now. Spread the word.
Hello, babies. Don't cry. I know. I haven't blogged all week and I'm sorry, ok? Please forgive me and take this awesome Friday post as consolation. Ok, are you ready? It's gonna be a doozy. Yes, I just said that.
Did you know that Anthropologie is opening up a wedding shop on Monday?? I for one am very excited about this. Better start saving my pennies for someday, huh? Here are some of my favorite looks from the collection:
Right?? I can't handle this.
TV that I like that's new and great:
Please please please please check out Portlandia. It's hilarious. It's a show of skits about funny things in Portland. This pic below is from one of my favorite skits about them finding a polygamist guy (who is a tiny bit abusive) and falling in love with him... Words cannot express how much I love this. Please tell me you'll watch it.
Honorable mention: Traffic Light. I randomly watched the pilot for this the other day... and I loved it. Watch it and tell me if I'm off base on this one.
Some of you send me funny vids to post... and I love it. Keep em' coming! Here are a few from the last little while.
Thanks, Ness! Totally hilar. I think it's the best Digital Short in a while.
Thanks, Auty! I am so so glad that whoever took this video thought to bring their camera skiing with them. Amazing!
Thanks, Cody! This little evolution is fascinating and horrible and amazing.
Well, I hope I have redeemed myself with this massive post. Enjoy your weekend!
Ok, this vid hit a little too close to home. I've got to keep my online life in check - and apparently so do you - because you're here. On my blog. Spending time with me digitally rather than your own sweet mother.
Is it just me or is this just the silliest tradition ever? Why the costumes? Why the lame scrolls? Why the awkward humor and the awkward grown man cuddling of rodent in public? I'm just not convinced.
Here's what Groundhog Day really means to me: A funny movie that we've all watched 50 times as a kid on TBS. Maybe this was irony, but I felt like this show was on all the time. I love this scene - that's what I would do if I were him - become a concert pianist. And the little girl being pushed out the door in that outfit... I need that outfit!