I haven’t updated this series in awhile, but if you missed my post about re-watching Cartoon Network shows as an adult make sure to read that first. The Simpsons was my favourite show for years and I’m old enough to remember how excited I was when the game was released. I still watch it if… Continue reading Reviewing Childhood: The Simpsons Hit & Run
I’m a very nostalgic person and I loved cartoon Network as a kid. I enjoyed Nickelodeon and Disney channel too but CN shows were always a little on the stranger side and I was a weird kid so it was great. I didn’t watch everything, I narrowed it down to Courage the Cowardly Dog, Ed… Continue reading Reviewing Childhood: Cartoon Network
Harry Potter Hogwarts Mystery is the latest instalment in the Wizarding World. Back when Pokemon Go was in all the range, it was announced that a Harry Potter mobile game with similar premise would come out. Instead of Pokemon there would be a Fantastic Beasts version. The game actually came out a few months after… Continue reading What I thought of Harry Potter Hogwarts Mystery
Warning: Eating disorders will be discussed in this post The problem: The Kardashians are no strangers to promoting weight loss and slimming products, from waist trainers to detox teas, and now appetite suppressing lollipops. I found myself taken back when I saw Kim Kardashian West posted an ad for an appetite suppressing lollipop on her… Continue reading Laxative Lollipops Suck
The original 1988 Heathers was a satirical comedy about the newly popular Veronica Sawyer’s (Winona Ryder) disillusionment with her new life in the popular clique: the Heather’s. So what’s wrong with the Heathers reboot? * Spoilers Alert * The Heathers are three conventionally attractive, semi-rich, popular girls, named Heather. They all embody their stereotypes: the… Continue reading What’s your damage, Heathers reboot? What’s wrong with the Heathers reboot?
I saw a post recently about a bar that supposedly banned female-fronted bands because “girls can’t sing rock music” and it infuriated me. As a girl who likes rock music, my whole life has been spent being told that it’s a boy’s scene. When I was in bands, being the “female bassist” was made into… Continue reading Girls who rock