I’m not one to ask for help. This week was a prime example of that. I basically did the entire news section by myself this week and didn’t bother to ask for help. I’ve been struggling financially (tuition is a bitch) and tried to handle it myself.
But fuck you guys, asking for help might be hard but it’s so worth it. My friends and parents are here for me and I don’t have to deal with this all on my own. And it’s such a relief.
SETH AND HIS DOG ARE THE CUTEST.
In case you were wondering (you weren’t), apparently my new PMS thing is to burst into tears always. Literally burst at a moment’s notice. It’s very inconvenient.
Sooooooo what should I write my research paper on?
It can be something fun and informal.
frollcedaillan00 asked: You know there has been something I've been meaning to ask! You watch a lot of shows right!? :-D Well, I'm asking because I see a lot of morbid and dark stuff when it comes to tv. So, I'm wondering you you happen to know of any lighter fare out there that you can possibly recommend!
Yessir! You have come to the comedy master. Apologies if you already watch some of these.
The Office always comes first in my heart.<3 haha
Parks and Recreation is fabulous but on the decline, as is to be expected 6 seasons into anything. Seasons 3-5 were especially phenomenal. Season 1 was not, so you have to get through that, but it’s only 6 episodes. Plus, you will relate to Ron Swanson. He’s like the only “libertarian” character on TV.
30 Rock can be pretty funny, especially if you love your girl Tina like most rational people, but it’s also over the top which isn’t my favorite.
I was really into Suits for a while, which isn’t a comedy but has a lot of light moments and is just generally good. Best pilot episode of anything I’ve seen.
New Girl, definitely.
I couldn’t get into Arrested Development or Louie and I haven’t tried Community yet, but they could be worth a try for you!
If you decide to go back to drama: Orange is the New Black, Breaking Bad, Sherlock, Top of the Lake.
aaaand I will leave this here in case my comedy sidekick, Katie, wants to weigh in (actually, I’m the sidekick. she is the comedy boss. I’m like… okay, I am to Kate McKinnon as Katie is to Amy Poehler or something) or anyone else!
Reblogging asks is a thing now?! Cool! Anyway, Emilie’s suggestions are spot on (and I’m glad you invited me to weigh in because I was going to anyway, haha).
Yeah, season 1 of Parks is a struggle but it goes fast. Season 3 is my absolute favorite and I watch it frequently. Flawless television and Amy Poehler will make you smile always.
New Girl is absolutely fabulous always. Portlandia is just hilarious.
Arrested Development is one of my all-time favorites, but probably not “lighter fare” as far as comedy since it’s something that requires more attention than most comedies. Couldn’t really get into Louie either.
There’s a special place in my heart for How I Met Your Mother but it’s a commitment.
Psych is also great because it’s a comedy and drama, but lots of comedy, but it will also make you scared and sad, but also happy.
I’ve heard fabulous things about Broad City, but haven’t been able to start it yet.
There you go! Netflix your day away!
Just, thank god for Jimmy Fallon and his mediocre flip cup skills.
So today was one of those days where so many little crappy things happened and I’m probably PMSing or something but I think today was just my breaking point and I cried in the bathroom and then I called my mom and cried on the phone to her and then I cried the whole time I was walking home and I’m probably going to start crying again soon.