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I moved!

In A few of my favorite things on December 24, 2010 at 10:24 pm

I’ve finally decided to switch from WordPress to Tumblr. I’ve moved all my posts from this blog onto that one so all my internet history is in one place. Is it weird that I feel like I’m filing for divorce?

Click HERE to check out my new site.

Love,

Hannah

 

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Daily Dose of TV: You’re the Devil!

In A few of my favorite things, Living inside my TV on September 27, 2010 at 11:51 pm

This is the quickest post I will ever make–I would rarely post something without a week’s worth of mulling over and editing, but I have a few motivations for such rash writing;

  • I just had a bit of coffee and I’m highly focused on being distracted.
  • I’d really rather be blogging than obey my real agenda. To give you an idea of how desperate this situation is–right now I’m sitting at my desk in a full sweatshirt/sweatpants ensemble, plus red high heels, because they make my life just a little more exciting. Go ahead, judge.
  • House is on at 8, but I told myself that would be my break from homework, but now this is, and I’m sort of convinced I can still do both.
  • I still have yet to see the SNL season 36 premier with Amy Poehler, (in case you were wondering, that’s 1 point for Hannah’s Host Prediction List), which means I haven’t yet developed any opinions for the new Featured Players (which I will probably hate at first, because everyone does) and the disappearance of Will Forte (for which I am furious), and I have about 800 other things to say about every other NBC Thursday show that has recently premiered. So, I need a dose of TV. And you probably do, too.

Alright, but that’s enough, now. Here’s a clip of one of my favorite SNL sketches of all time: Mike Myers’s Phillip the Hyper Hypo. It is now a link because a little convenient video clip was not cooperating. But trust me, it’s worth waiting ten seconds to load and the Sprint commercial.

Enjoy!

P.S. A tip about Hulu; if it says “Sorry, we can’t play this video for you because no one paid us,” they’re lying. Wait maybe 30 seconds and it’ll start.

Okay, now I’m really done.