Homework/MCRmy

I have to finish a 1500 word report on the Rwandan genocide, a 1200 word introduction on a Psychology project, two-thirds of The Catcher in the Rye and a PowerPoint presentation about it and notes on two acts of Othello, and I’ve ended up on VH1’s ‘Will You Love North West? 5 Other Celeb Baby Names That Grew On Us‘.

I won’t.

So I’m writing a blog because at least that’s productive-ish.

Except I’m so distracted by the CIA World Factbook and Google Docs that I can’t gather my thoughts to go into anything into great detail (I also lost the list of things I wanted to blog about when exams ended)… So this is a suggestion that you head over to The Webways because I’m 83% sure it’ll have been made better since your last visit – unless you’ve visited since Thursday, anyway. Or you could look at some pretty Gatsby/Gatsby memes and reflect upon what it must feel like to watch Leonardo DiCaprio die twice in two days.

It was weird and traumatic, although his character was a bit dodgy the second time round.

I’m going to make my third (fourth?) caffeinated beverage of the day and check to see if Sprout, my badly named Politics bean, has emerged from the soil.

If The Webways isn’t enough for you, check this out:

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TBF – To Be Finished (Maybe)

While I’m thinking about it, I’ve updated Monday’s post with a clearer, Spanish-subbed Fence video.

I had something really smart to say but I’ve forgotten what it is… Che Guevara had excellent hair. (That wasn’t it.)

I’m going out to see The Great Gatsby in a bit and I’m nervous because we’re doing the novel in school at the moment and I’m coming dangerously close to becoming emotionally attached to certain characters who may or may not be well-portrayed and/or die in the film.

At least it’s not in 3D – it might have tempted me to punch Carey Mulligan in her very nice face.

I can’t find a meme of acceptably-funny standards to put here. Maybe I’ll look for a GIF post-film.

Update:

Ahahahaha…

From FunnyJunk.com
From FunnyJunk.com
From NextMovie.com
From NextMovie.com
From CDN.uproxx.com
From CDN.uproxx.com

And, that, ladies and gents, both concludes this post and the entire story.