I’ve been binging Vikings—which means I’ve listened to this song about a million times—and I still can’t get enough. 

 

If I Had A Heart

This will never end ’cause I want more
More, give me more, give me more

This will never end ’cause I want more
More, give me more, give me more

If I had a heart I could love you
If I had a voice I would sing
After the night when I wake up
I’ll see what tomorrow brings

If I had a voice I would sing

Dangling feet from window frame
Will They ever ever reach the floor?
More, give me more, give me more

Crushed and filled with all I found
Underneath and inside
Just to come around
More, give me more, give me more

If I had a voice I would sing

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Movies, One-Liners

Neighbours 2

This. Is. Gold.

ABSOLUTE GOLD.

And by that I mean that it’s raunchy and vulgar and ridiculous and totally inappropriate (it’s not rated R for nothing), and absolutely hilarious. What’s more, the men are vapid and objectified and the women are smart, unapologetic, and crafty as hell! So, ring a ding ding.

Also, I’m going to watch the garage scene at least three times before the end of the night.

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Books, One-Liners

Changeless by Gail Carriger

It took me a lot longer to finish this second book in the Parasol Protectorate series than it did the first, and I’m not entirely sure why it didn’t hold my attention as well (vacation, friend visits, work, summer?), but I enjoyed it nonetheless. The same cast of oddballs and eccentrics returned with a few extra weirdos thrown in for good measure, and I’m still enjoying the world Carriger has developed wherein fantastical creatures are not only known, but accepted into Victorian society. Despite the fact that the penultimate scene wasn’t as twisty as intended (I saw it coming from miles—and months—away), and the big mystery reveal wasn’t nearly as revealing (or shocking) as it was in Soulless, the last three pages of Changeless has me itching to read number three.

 

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SuicideSquad
Movies, One-Liners

Suicide Squad

Ooof.

This one hurt a little.

I thought the reviews might be lying. Or, at the very least, a little harsh. They were not.

Watch it for Harley Quinn if you must (she is responsible for approximately three additional funny moments that weren’t in the trailers), but don’t say I didn’t warn you.

 

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Ghostbusters
Movies, One-Liners

Ghostbusters

You know what this movie does? It makes you laugh. Melissa McCarthy puts on some ridiculous head gear, you grin and blow air through your nostrils a little harder than usual. Kristin Wiig gets slimed by ghost after ghost, you gag, and you chuckle. Leslie Jones opens her mouth, you try unsuccessfully to commit her lines to memory while you LOL . (Ugh, I know. I’m sorry. I won’t do it ever again.) Kate McKinnon licks her guns, you narrowly save your popcorn from going overboard when you slap your knee in hilarity. Throw in the objectification of that Hemsworth bloke (who identified his character as “a Ken doll with the insides scooped out”), a “don’t take no shit from nobody—and that includes everyone from slimy ghosts to Chinese food delivery dudes” message, and a portrayal of friendship better than any girl squad you’ve ever seen, and I declare this reboot worthy.

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