Dear Nickelback: Sorry I had to break the news to you about Avril :/
On February 24, 2015 NBC’s TV program “Parks and Recreation” took its final bow leaving its viewers with tears in their eyes and a smile on their face. This is my love letter to “Parks and Recreation”
I’ve read the book and yes, it is poorly written, yes, it is a romantic written version of any porn video and yes, my opinion technically agrees with most of the critics in the internet but I learned to limit discussing every single opinion I have and try not to overreact explaining what I think with other people.
He isn’t tall enough. We aren’t enough alike. The ocean isn’t close enough. There aren’t enough skyscrapers here.
A lot of my friends have been posting their “favorite movies of the year” on Facebook. Since it’s the Oscar’s tonight, figured I’d join the party as well.
Why not start your own alt-folk band? It is relatively easy to do, and soon you too can be playing sad and barefoot at sold-out stadium venues.
Brooke Davis is proof that you can have a great career and wonderful family (as well as spectacular hair) all at the same time.
Viewers deserve the real thing; nobody likes a fake.
The following characters are the biggest perpetrators of setting us up for inevitable disappointment.
In a world where it’s so easy to bow to the pressures of society and look, act and talk in a way that is considered “normal” at that time, it’s nice to know if you don’t want to be exactly like that, you don’t have to be.