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Zombie Apocalypse Playlist


I’m bored, so…Feel free to play along.

1.John LegendThis Time

Well, that’s a shitty theme. A schmoopy, sensual, piano theme? No bueno. Although, maybe some J-Lege would get the zombies to simmer down while the mortals escape? Hmm!

2.Gary Numan I Am Dust

Yes, this one actually fits! I actually first heard this song on Almost Human. And the on PLL when they showed us that Ezra was potentially A (have they finally revealed who A is yet?). Well, the beat fits. Being turned into dust doesn’t. I’m not sure that’s what the song is about, though. You know what, let me move on.  (more…)

Dumb Moment Of The Week


I figure that calling out other people’s stupidity means that I should call out my own. And I have many. When you’re accident prone, that’s the life. A few weeks ago I fell on some escalators (right at the top because, y’know, gravity wanted to say hi), I walked into a fence that I go past everyday last week, and stairs are always eventful. Yay me. 

So, sometime during the past week, I took my foolishness to a whole new level. I was in the kitchen washing dishes at an ungodly hour. The light was on but the curtains were drawn so I could sort of see outside but not very well. After a while I looked up and saw a strange man in a suit just standing there watching me. I was freaked out and I calmly finished my washing and kept glancing up to see that the man was there. Eventually, I put the light off so I could see properly and the man was still there. 

I looked closer and…

… I realised it was an advert for The Grand Tour. It happened to be physically placed on a van parked outside, hence why it seemed like some guy was just standing there staring into my window. The man in the suit was actually Richard Hammond’s waistcoat thing. 

I felt like such an idiot. LOL. I was just cracking up in my kitchen like an utter loon because I was genuinely panicked by what I perceived to be this creepy man.Thank God I didn’t start tapping at the window and brandishing a wooden spoon. 

The Girl Who Hates Everything | Make-Up Snark!


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my life motto

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I can’t work out if it’s That or Who. Where’s a pedant when I need one?!

K, first of all – I have nothing against makeup — I love my matte lipstick. I love my silver eyeliner. I love my lipgloss, my mascara, my eyeshadows and well, you get the drill.

But sometimes I kind of hate it — and I guess I do have something against it. Whatever. My first line was an alternative fact, okay? (more…)

These comics sum up my current sleeping pattern (or lack thereof)


I have a long Trump post coming tomorrow so I wanted to at least break up the bullshit with some humor. And my snark machine is not at it’s best because of the no sleep thing, so, yeah.

Enjooooy!  (more…)

The Girl Who Hates Everything | backtracking 


12. Wait. You hate backtracking or you’re backtracking? 

A little bit of both.

13. Fine. Let’s start with why you hate backtracking. 

I don’t necessarily hate backtracking, I just find it an undesirable quality in certain people. You know, you spend hours trying to say, convince someone to stop using a particular cream that causes a rash. They argue and tell you you’re wrong and then…

Some time later they will inform you that the cream is the worst ever and act like you didn’t even say anything.

It’s basically backhand backtracking.  At least own it! I won’t judge you. (more…)

The Girl Who Hates Everything | greek yogurt


9. Seriously? 

Yes. Well. No. I don’t hate it. I just don’t get it.

10. It’s yogurt. What’s there to get?

Well, apparently it’s healthy. It’s also now used as a substitute in almost everything. At this point we can eat, bathe in and moisturise with greek yogurt but that doesn’t hide the fact that it still tastes kind of…awful? Although everyone claims it’s delicious and I’m just like…

11. Sigh.

All I’m saying is that people have some funky taste buds!

The Girl Who Hates Everything | inspirational quotes



I’ve decided that there’s no harm in talking about things that I don’t like, so welcome to my latest soon-to-be abandoned blog series. I’m also aware that it should be ‘who’ and not ‘that’ but I’m not changing the picture because I’m lazy.

I’m going to continue from where I left off

7. So…let me guess, you have an issue with inspirational quotes?

8. Care to elaborate?

Nah. 


Coming up next: Backtracking

Bad Movie Marathon #2: Scooby-Doo (2004)


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BAD MOVIE MARATHON #2

…in which I examine if bad movies really deserve their woeful rotten tomatoes score

[previous movie]


Scooby-Doo | 2002

Yup. You read that right, lol.

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Zoinks! Two years after a clash of egos forced Mystery Inc. to close its doors, Scooby-Doo and his clever crime-solving cohorts Fred (Freddie Prinze Jr.), Daphne (Sarah Michelle Gellar), Shaggy (Matthew Lillard) and Velma (Linda Cardellini) are individually summoned to Spooky Island to investigate a series of paranormal incidents at the ultra-hip Spring Break hot spot.

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Rotten Tomatoes rating: 30%

Review excerpt: The acting is stiff, the story lacks all trace of wit, the sets look like they were borrowed from Gilligan’s Island — and the CGI Scooby might well be the worst special-effects creation of the year. (more…)