Cacao to Cacao

Wednesday, January 9, 2013

Warning: This post is not about chocolate. It is however about finding new hobbies, er I mean vegging out on the couch all in the name of completing a Post-it. (Sick of my Post-it stories yet? Don't worry, there's more to come!)

Monday night GH and I sat down to accomplish a very important task: finding a new television series we could watch together. Truth be told, I'm not a huge TV fan. We never had cable growing up and I guess school work always kept me busy enough that I didn't really engage in entertainment during college. As a result, my pop-culture knowledge, for the majority of my life, was sadly lacking. Mostly, though, I came to TV series late. For example, I discovered (and was totally enthralled with Seinfeld) FOUR years after the sitcom ended. I wanted to talk about it with everyone. Duh. Then I didn't start watching my other favorite series until 2007, THREE years after the show ended. Awesome. Currently, I keep up with Colbert and Modern Family on Hulu and that's about it. But back to Monday night. As we scrolled through Netflix we came up with two possibilities of shows we'd both like. Eventually we settled on Portlandia. Have you seen this comedy series yet? H-I-L-A-R-I-O-U-S.  Put a bird on it and Cacao had me rolling. Think hipster Portland at its best. Comedic gold I tell you. 


2 comments:

  1. Portlandia! I totally almost sent you this clip earlier this week. Totally made me think of you. Not that you EVER forget your grocery bag. Totally.
    http://www.hulu.com/watch/322193?playlist_id=1370

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  2. When the lunchroom conversation shifts to the buzz of the current television show, I commence daydreaming. Hoping to add more to the conversation, I tried watching a show real-time. Never again! The stress of avoiding spoilers and the anxiety of waiting for the next episode to be aired was excruciating. I have come to terms with being oblivious to pop-culture. Thanks for the tip to check out Portlandia.

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