November 2019 Non-Bookish Favourites

Hello lovelies!

It’s been a while since I’ve done one of these, but I wanted to do one again. There were a lot of things in November that made me happy in a time that I was incredibly sad so I figured why not spread that positivity and maybe someone else will find something they enjoy from this list.


1. reality in BLACK by Mamamoo
You guys. THIS WHOLE FUCKING ALBUM. I’m obsessed. Since it came out mid-November it’s all I’ve listened to. I’m dead serious. Other music no longer exists to me at the moment. My life is Mamamoo and Mamamoo only and I am very much ok with that. Their single Hip is a damn anthem and I love it. Also their promos and performances have been top-notch. Best album of the year. I said what I said.

2. Achievement Hunter: The Musical
This has been in the works at AH for a while and it was worth the wait. It was the funniest half an hour I have ever experienced. Lindsay with her whole agressive rap and then being like “thanks guys!!” at the end in the cutest little voice killed me. And wow, Jeremy’s song. Daaaaaamn that man can sing. I’m impatiently awaiting the day that they put the songs up on Spotify so I can jam during work.

3. Worst Games Ever (Funhaus)
Funhaus came out with a new series to replace their Monday mornings of Demo Disk/Wheelhaus and I’m loving it. They are going through the list of worst games by IGN and playing them with their regular comedic commentary. I think there’s been 4 episodes so far and it’s pretty funny. Elyse, James, and Adam have such great chemistry together.

4. Gyu-Kaku
Normally I wouldn’t talk about a restaurant because they are generally local things, but this is all across North America, so if you have a chance to go to this Japanese BBQ, I highly suggest that you do! I went this past month and wow. WOW. The service was top notch and the food was fantastic. Still thinking about the filet mignon and the dumplings.

5. This Might Get Weird
If you’re an OG youtube watcher, you definitely know who Grace Helbig and Mamrie Hart are. Together they have a podcast called This Might Get Weird. Basically they just talk about their week and it’s the funniest thing. Every single time I laugh out loud. If I’m having a bad day this is my go to. Mamrie Hart can cure even the worst day with her jokes.

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