Y’all may or may not know that I’m not a big Virginia Woolf fan.
I wrote a pretty scathing review of Mrs. Dalloway, and I’m dreading the soon-to-be day when I have to read To The Lighthouse. Nonetheless, I respect her work as an author, and I respect the amount of respect so many readers have for Woolf.
That’s why I’m sharing this super cool link with you. Read more
I recently found out about an amazingly witty Tumblr in which Hitler quotes are imposed over Taylor Swift photos and attributed to Tay Tay. The effect is subtle.
Many of the photos actually go viral because people have no idea that Hitler said these things. Out of context, the quotes seem kind of normal, even something a teenager or young adult might say. For example, “I have sworn to only live FREE.” Totally Taylor Swift, right? Wrong. It’s Hitler.
So, as is often the case with my posts, I decided to rip off the idea and see what it might look like if James Joyce quoted Toby Keith. If you don’t know, Keith is a country music star here in America, famous for over-the-top redneckness and unapologetic jingoism in his songs. Toby Keith is like if Donald Trump was a country music star.
So, totally, James Joyce right?
This might be the worst thing ever. But, oh well, here goes.
Let’s see what such an experiment might look like: Read more
She’s quite possibly the “star” of one of the most popular internet memes in history. She’s the “Ermahgerd Girl,” and she’s famous for her awkward pre-pubescent braces-filled smile, holding several brand new copies of R.L. Stine’s Goosebumps series.
You’ve more than likely seen the Ermahgerd Girl at some point. It’s the meme that keeps on memeing.
A few examples: Read more
I love books. I love beer.
That’s why the website I’m telling you about today is a favorite.
If you’ve got a few spare minutes, check out bookorbeer.com.
The site gives you a name, like “Constant Disappointment,” and you have to determine whether it’s the title of a Young Adult novel or is a craft beer brewed in New York. No kidding. Read more
I believe this Tom Gauld cartoon sums it up.
I love this guy. Check out all his cartoons at TomGauld.com.