Afternoon Snack

It was a weekend for the pop culture history books! Now it’s time to sit back, take a break, and have a snack.


We don’t have too much to say about the ending of Game of Thrones, but we are having a chuckle over all the ill-fated children with the names of just, so many ill-fated fictional characters.


If you were smart, you were probably spending the weekend bopping to the new Carly Rae Jepsen album that just dropped!! It’s been four years, and the queen of feelings is back!!!!!


Right here in Texas, Houston rapper and known anime-lover Megan Thee Stallion dropped her debut album this weekend, and we are excited to watch her star continue to rise!


Montreal city councillor Sue Montgomery is chanelling Big Crone Energy and knitting during city council meetings, simply because men talk too much. Truly, it’s the little things in life, you know?


As we start sailing into the second half of 2019, is it possible that we really are riding the beginnings of Crone Wave? Because now that this concept exists we need more!!


Okay, so, one thing we recently learned is that Arthur is still on the air. The next thing we learned is that Arthur’s teacher had a gay wedding! Congratulations Mr. Ratburn and also all the children who get to have the gay-positive media that we didn’t!


We sign off with a very important message: everyone one should go to therapy, including your Game of Thrones faves.

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