I Said What I Said LOL

The unapologetic wave that has washed over women recently has had many identities: “Did I stutter”, “sorry not sorry”, “I said what I said” and the 2018 version: “No more putting 'lol' at the end of my statements in 2k18. I said what I said.” The motto is a symbol of resistance against vulnerability, ownership… Continue reading I Said What I Said LOL

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Me: Bitching About Elevator Etiquette

This is a list of acceptable and unacceptable behaviours surrounding the use of an elevator. Some of these rules may not apply to you if you have a disability/mobility issues. If you’ve ever had to use an elevator, consult this list. I made this jokingly but I still mean it. If you live on the… Continue reading Me: Bitching About Elevator Etiquette

THE THINGS ‘Your Name’ WILL MAKE YOU DO WHILE WATCHING IT

It'll make you sit at the very front to see the subtitles because you made it before the previews but after all the upper seats were taken. It'll make you reluctantly sit through the intro theme song, crave the "Skip Intro" option on Netflix but quietly appreciate the rest of the soundtrack. It'll confuse you.… Continue reading THE THINGS ‘Your Name’ WILL MAKE YOU DO WHILE WATCHING IT

WATCHING “GET OUT” IN Scarborough IS A CINEMATIC EXPERIENCE OF ITS OWN

Facebook Post x A.J Estridge

A woke audience makes all the difference. On Facebook, my friend posted that he needed to “re-watch Get Out at STC on a Tuesday so [he] can get the real nigga experience some of y'all had.” He wasn’t exaggerating. In fact, it shouldn’t be surprising that there was a significant vibe that came with watching… Continue reading WATCHING “GET OUT” IN Scarborough IS A CINEMATIC EXPERIENCE OF ITS OWN

ARRIVAL. IT REMINDS ME OF SCHOOL, BUT IN A BETTER WAY

I saw Arrival and if you continue reading this be aware there are spoilers, but just so you know, it was amazing. It's one of those movies that I'd actually pay to see again, which the friend who came with me did. At first I was outraged that he saw it and didn't tell me… Continue reading ARRIVAL. IT REMINDS ME OF SCHOOL, BUT IN A BETTER WAY