Aside from my Small Snippet of 2017, this is my first Small Snippet post that features a month in a little over a year and a half. Lots of things have happened in between and I have experienced a variety of different and interesting entertainments. However, starting off the year, my 2018 February has been a fun one.
Adultolescence by Gabbie Hannah.
I will start off by saying that I have no idea who the author of this book is, only that they have a YouTube channel. So with absolutely no background information, I can say that I absolutely adore the poems in this book. They’re funny, modern, and sometimes insightful.
I have a weakness for poetry that blur the lines between humour and despair, and you will find plenty of it in this book. The content ranges from silly one sentence poems, such as her advice poems, to longer more emotional poems such as Web.
If you’re a fan of modern poetry that ignores punctuation and can be as silly as it is confronting, then I would 100% recommend tracking down this book!
Looking back on my blog history, it becomes quite obvious that I have a weakness for cartoons. Well, the cartoon flavour of the month for February is one that only recently became available on Netflix Australia. Teen Titans Go! is a Cartoon Network original based on the DC Comics team, Teen Titans.
The show is very funny and quite easy to watch for people who are not familiar with the past histories of the characters. If you’re looking for a quick, harmless, and humourous show, then give Teen Titans Go! a go.
The fact that I was so excited when this Stuff Pack was announced, is a clear indicator that there is something wrong with my life. Regardless, I really enjoy the new content this pack brings to the game.
Sims can now do their own laundry, watch the dryer, watch the dryer catch fire, and most importantly, smell bad because they’ve been wearing the same clothes for a week. In addition to this, sims have the option of drying their clothes on a clothesline as well as hand washing.
I don’t want to look too closely about why I enjoy this stuff pack so much, but it does add a small layer to the game that (for me) justifies the cost. If you enjoy making digital people take part in meaningless menial labour, then Laundry Day is for you!