I’m constantly collecting bookmarks, and since I enjoy link posts (sometimes a source of the bookmarks), I thought I would make link posts occasionally. I’d prefer mine to be themed though, so this one is about generations, generation divide, etc. I’m still not tired of finding new satires on millennials. So, here is another one some… Continue reading Sponsor a Millennial and Link Fun
Watch this video. It’s hilarious. One of the laughing out loud videos. While you are on the Studio C channel, watch, “You’re so Lucky.” Another good recent one dealing with the competitiveness of hardships (!) and the condescending, “I wish I had your kind of time” attitude. Not as good as “You Deserve a Better You”… Continue reading Studio C Video on Millenials and Entitlement. . . or Really Anyone Today, “You Deserve a Better You”
Any family members wondering about the screams coming from my room? Mockingjay Parody Peeta’s Song (FYI, I am team Peeta, but this is too good), James Austen, Prom Dress Gone Wrong, Republicans vs. Democrats, International Relations. Anglophiles should adore the last two.
This book is the best of the Jeeves and Wooster books so far. I thought this mixed the best of both worlds. Bertie was more human and Jeeves more Jeeves (although I missed some of the descriptiveness of the first book). The stories had more variety in type. I skipped a few stories because they… Continue reading Carry On Jeeves Mini-Review
Jeeves remained in the background in this book, and this book contained fewer hilarious descriptions of him which I found disappointing. A few of the stories focused on Bertie exclusively, but they mostly seemed to revolve around his friend Bingo Little who constantly dragged Bertie into his scrapes. Bertie seemed more of a person than… Continue reading The Inimitable Jeeves Mini-Review
I was less than impressed when I tried a story from Carry on Jeeves for a long dead book club. I picked up My Man Jeeves a couple months ago, but I read it slowly and had not finished it before I had to return it to the library. I got it back and finished it… Continue reading My Man Jeeves