She’s funny! She’s endearing! She cooks pancakes and makes up cute songs about the syrup!
Last week, I finally got to watch Life Partners, a new movie written by Susanna Fogel and Joni Lefkowitz (Fogel also directed) and starring Leighton Meester, Gillian Jacobs, and Adam Brody.
I know there are Christmas music purists out there who refuse to listen to a single note before December, but that only leaves you with a few weeks of warm, fuzzy goodness.
Over the years, Professor Geller provided the show with some of its funniest storylines. Let’s take a look at some of those, shall we?
I realized that looking and being cool is overrated. There’s no time to pretend you’re something that you’re not. I no longer have “guilty pleasures” because I honestly don’t feel that guilty about them.
I obviously enjoy every second I’m with my girlfriend or my friends, but there’s definitely something to be said for allowing yourself the space you need to re-charge.
A good song can be the cure for all kinds of problems — ranging from going through a bad breakup to realizing your zipper was open the entire time you were giving that marketing presentation.
These ladies have quietly been the queens of girl power for the past 15 years and I guarantee you’ve seen at least one, if not all, of the classics on this list.
I realized that there was so much emphasis on coming out of the closet, but basically no information on how to handle what comes next. I had so many questions. “How do I date?”, “What’s the best way to meet new friends in the LGBT community?”, “Do I now have to wear flannel exclusively?”
I know the south gets a bad rap sometimes. I know there are racists. I know there are homophobes. I know there are Honey Boo Boos and dynasties of ducks. But there are also the sweetest, kindest, most generous people you will ever meet and they are my favorite thing about the south.