I watch shows on my phone but I have a hearing problem so I always watch with closed captioning so I can understand it. These are the most baffling screenshots I got from watching Orphan Black last month:
I’m sensing a theme.
And now, the weekly wrap-up:
Shit I made in my shop (Named “EIGHT POUNDS OF UNCUT COCAINE” so that your credit card bill will be more interesting.):
- You’re supposed to use this for travel and cosmetics. I use it for pens, colors and my mini-sketch book. You can use it to keep human fingers in. No judgement.
- Broken & Magical
- Things that made me laugh.
- Ignore this one if you’re not a crazy doll collector like me. Blythes that are jointed. WHEN DID THIS HAPPEN? (NEO sized, face-up and wigged but nude.)
- What I’m reading this week: The Man Who Mistook His Wife For A Hat: And Other Clinical Tales. Brains are weird and fascinating things, y’all.
- I was on the Nerdette Podcast. Related: If you’ve read my book you already know that the Spoon Theory was invented by the amazing Christine Miserandino but if you missed it, you can click here to read about it.
- Furiously Happy is now a textbook. The end is near.
- It’s like if the kids from Bob’s Burgers made a history video:
This week’s wrap-up is brought to you by Wende Mitchell’s new book, Flowers in Winter. Summary: Elly MacCalloum isn’t special. And she’s okay with that. No owls are ever going to bring letters inviting her to attend a magical school. Her wardrobe only has clothes in it. She will never rescue a damsel in distress, lead valiant men into battle, or meet her husband through her inability to keep her shoes on. She has occasionally lost her shoes, though. Elly is trying to create a normal, happy life for herself. She just isn’t sure what that looks like. While trying to balance her job and her relationship, Elly is also trying to help her friends — brash, opinionated Abby, and sweet, quiet Ryan, whose family refuses to accept him for who he is. As the three of them struggle to define themselves, they must decide what is worth fighting for, and what they should let go. How do you find your way back to balance? You should check it out right here.