I Forgot One Of The Things I Wanted To Write About Today Tragic
It's always very sad when I think of something good to write about and then I forget it when the time comes. There's a reason I have that page in my bullet journal that is just a list of things I want to write about eventually at some point. Anyway, today I had leftovers at Sarah's which was a lot of fun. Lots of good food and to finish it all off I had some pie. I also baked a pie for Thanksgiving which was also very fun and I got lots of compliments because I'm a seasoned chef now having cooked for myself for almost a whole semester. You can see it in my knife skills honestly. Anyway, pies. I have a very odd gravitation towards pies. If I could do anything in the world I would probably open up a pie shop because one, bakeries smell incredible all the time so I would love every second of the day and two pies are arguably the best baked good in the world with bread coming in at a close second. The best smelling bakery is probably 85° in California and wherever else the chain exists who knows. But anyway, pies. That odd gravitation towards them isn't really that odd to be honest. I know where it all started: my middle school crush on Lee Pace and subsequently watching Pushing Daisies. Pushing Daisies itself is a pretty well done show with an interesting concept that's also executed in a very visually appealing way with some really interesting, dare I say quirky, characters. Quirky is a weird adjective and I don't like using it, perhaps eccentric. Eccentric also does the job well. I'm not gonna give you a run down of the plot like we're on the internet you know plus you should just start watching it but basically the main character Ned, who is played by Lee Pace, owns a pie shop and since middle school on I had a great fascination with pies and now I like baking them when I can. I think they are festive and also good and if you substitute all the butter for coconut oil you can feel morally superior and rave to the people eating your pie how fuckin healthy that shit is like wow can't you feel the coconut oil and coconut sugar and coconut milk and all these other vegan ingredients my mother uses just revolutionizing your entire god damn life this pie is the start of you becoming an inherently better person you're welcome. Pies are something like that, you know?
Earlier today I was talking to my friends about Teen Wolf and how it's on its finale season which is crazy. I've mentioned this before too but anyway, I got home from hanging with them and as I was scrolling through my dashboard on tumblr I see this gifset of these boys from Teen Wolf kissing and no lie I'm about to start watching the show again. I'm not gonna catch up though like lmao I don't have time to fill in the gaps of information at all but you can be your ass I'm starting season six or what ever the fuck it is tonight. Real gay content in my former tv shows? More likely than you think. This is pretty much me with most things now though. It's so difficult to watch or read things about just straight people. I'm over it, I've been over it, and if no one is explicitly LGBTQ+ obviously I will only watch if I can dig up some gay subtext. I just need it to be gayer. I think there's like, a lot of better shows I could spend the last two days of my break watching but honestly sometimes shitty tv is just what you need. Plot holes and really shifty characterization and just whatever else can go wrong can be so soothing. Like why do I need to know how they got that and when they got that and how this fits into any larger picture? Why does anything need to make sense? Can we unpack that? Our need to have things make sense. It's all fake anyway sis. I'm like really eager to watch the gays in Teen Wolf though so maybe we'll have to pick this up again some other day. Basically Teen Wolf isn't good tv, Jeff Davis really writes a clusterfuck of a show, but it's gayer now so possibly worth some of your time.
Really upset that I forgot that other topic though. I think it would've been a real zinger but I honestly don't know anymore. Maybe one day it will return to me, my prodigal son. But as always, stay tuned for the drama of it all.