Those actor, director, writer, etc. roundtables before awards season starts are just the best thing ever. I LOVE them. They’re like
candy crack to me (super dramatic expression, but you know what I mean). I wish there were more of them, but I guess the scarcity just adds to their value.
I just watched The Hollywood Reporter’s recent Actresses Roundtable with Emma Thompson, Julia Roberts, Oprah Winfrey, Octavia Spencer, Amy Adams, and Lupita Nyong’o. It’s great and I definitely recommend it. Emma Thompson is fabulous and Lupita Nyong’o is so humble and young but wise at the same time.
"Like all other aspects of Danish society, bike etiquette is designed to operate like a well-oiled machine. All anticipated actions should be signaled: point low to the right or left if you plan to turn, hold your right hand next to your face if you’re planning to stop, and only use the left side of the lane to pass.
Fail to signal and you will trigger a chain reaction of last-minute breaking and a string of surprisingly violent hisses from passing bikers. They work 37-hour weeks for free healthcare and childcare. Minimum wage is over $20 and the government pays for their college education. Your failure to signal is probably the worst thing that’s happened to them in years.”
Honestly though, this is not untrue.
Guess who went to a huge party this weekend, and actually thought she looked great? MOI! :D Maybe the lighting in the bathrooms was just epically good and forgiving, but I really appreciate what they did to my self esteem. My hair was honestly some Emmy Rossum realness, I can’t believe it. I looked flipping great. And my makeup was awesome too.
Hell yeah minimal self worth growth! :D
By my own stupid miscalculations it’ll now probably be about three hours before I go to bed, or more precisely around 01.30 AM - if I’m lucky. And it’s all because of laundry! Oh my god. It’s two washes and a combined drying and I need to do it to make sure I can wear one of the shirts tomorrow.