Saturday Smorgasboard #32: I Saw Heathers The Musical And It Was So Very

I’ve been looking forward to seeing Wellington Footlights Society’s take on Heathers: The Musical since they announced they’d be taking it on. I managed to catch the show on closing night last night and I have to say, I was not disappointed. These guys always put on a great, high energy show and they did … Read more

Earworms of the Week #3: Garfunkel & Oates and 4 Non Blondes

The other day I binge-watched the entirety of the Garfunkel and Oates TV show, then listened to their entire discography, for the simple reason that this song has been stuck in my head on and off for… quite awhile. Have a listen. Get it stuck in your head. Someone else needs to suffer as I … Read more

Watching the US Election From NZ is Incredibly Surreal

There are 8,745 miles between Wellington, New Zealand and Washington D.C. in the United States of America. 14,074 kilometres, for those of us who use real measurements. That’s a fair distance for me to be watching the US election coverage from. And I’ve got to admit, it is super surreal. It’s surreal because I live … Read more

5 Tumblr Posts That Made Me Appreciate A Fandom More

Tumblr isn’t just for porn and pictures of cats. It’s also full of some surprisingly interesting analysis of pop culture. Yeah, really. Here are 4 Tumblr posts that have genuinely made me go “you know what, that makes sense, and well done you”. And one that just makes me laugh. 1. This is fair. And … Read more

The Necessity Scone: A Miracle of Microwaving

So today I felt like a scone and didn’t feel like leaving the office. As we have in the past made waffles in the office, I realised we had some self-raising flour! Score! After a wee bit of Google-fu, I figured out how to make microwave scones. I call this… the necessity scone. It’s based … Read more

Marc & Angel’s 50 Questions That Will Free Your Mind: 41-45

QUESTION 41: If you knew that everyone you know was going to die tomorrow, who would you visit today? I would probably throw a party and invite everyone I know. But I’d definitely see my brother and his family, my parents and my grandparents. QUESTION 42: Would you be willing to reduce your life expectancy … Read more