Visited Vancouver (and my first club!)
Shoutout to all the friends I made in May and November!
I'm full of loves and laughs.
What a surprise: I like Christine Betts and computer science memes.
son: mommy what’s a podcast?— kim new years (@KimmyMonte) December 27, 2018
me: well, dear, when a group of men love their opinions very much...
I wish before I entered any social situation a random guy would come in and whisper “Hey, go easy on the kid, will ya?” to each person separately— Drew Monson (@mytoecold) November 16, 2017
Me, every single time I write an email: okay, which of these exclamation points should I sacrifice— Jon Erik (@HonestlyJon) January 3, 2018
personally i believe wanting bangs is almost never about wanting bangs and if u want bangs u should go to therapy first— jugs bunny (@alliewach) February 7, 2018
When I was younger, I'd sit in class and think "Ugh, when am I ever going to need to know this stuff in the REAL world??" But then I grew up and discovered that I actually do have to play hot cross buns on the recorder like almost every day.— Frankie Zelnick (@phranqueigh) January 3, 2018
programming has things called "threads" and things called "strings" and they somehow have fuck all to do with each other— imsey masey (@ra) August 31, 2018
Every flavor of La Croix should have a question mark next to it on the label— Isaiah Carter (@ICSingsTheDrums) June 11, 2018
olga and I just had a photoshoot at the track for an article about us running a marathon. I think this has become some kind of nathan for you episode where we went to nathan asking how we could appear cooler to our friends & he told us to run a marathon & then took things too far— christine betts (@bettsoff) May 27, 2018
I sit in a dark room and project code straight to my face while solving complicated problems. This helps me to immerse myself in it and "feel" the code. #BadStockPhotosOfMyJob pic.twitter.com/eMtGurNr5d— Tauno Talimaa (@tauntz) May 4, 2018
landscaper pic.twitter.com/NuqnusZjf7— Louie Zong @ MAGFEST (@everydaylouie) September 6, 2018
Visited Vancouver (and my first club!)
Saw "Rostam" in concert and listened to the best sad song ever (other than "Hannah Hunt")
Visited New Orleans with my friend Tori and ate way too much fried food...
Saw Wild Child in concert (and talked to lead singer, who is really amazing and cute!)
Participated in the Capital One Engineering Summit, a week-long educational program I loved!
Started at Google New York and came to orientation one hour early...
Saw "Oh Wonder" in Central Park on a hot summer day
Rode (and survived) tallest rollercoaster in the world
Visited Philadelphia and cried when I saw/read the stories about the Liberty Bell
Met Nat from "Nat and Friends," a YouTube series which goes behind the scenes of Google!
First time surfing (sorry to the boy I decked with my board... where did you come from...)
Met Alex Guourischelli (Chopped, Iron Chef America), who is as funny as she is at cooking
Started at Facebook Seattle and was late to orientation by almost a full hour
Left behind my angsty teen years as I turned the big 2-0
Placed a sign in Olga Park, a some-what fictional yet approved by Google Maps™ park
Voted in my first midterm election + watched Beto O'Rourke lose :(
Visited Russia and saw relatives I haven't seen in 8 years (like my grandma!)
Visited the Memorial Museum of Cosmonautics and cried about Laika
I am here today not because I want to be: I am terrified.
Senator, we run ads.
I have never cheated in my life. I have a daughter and I stand for what’s right for her. I’ve never cheated. You owe me an apology.
Paul wasn’t content with starting one company. He channeled his intellect and compassion into a second act focused on improving people’s lives and strengthening communities in Seattle and around the world. He was fond of saying, ‘If it has the potential to do good, then we should do it.’ That’s the kind of person he was.
I think one thing that I want people to come away with from this competition is that I’m not a gay icon or America’s gay sweetheart — I’m just America’s sweetheart and I’m just an icon. And if you have a personality like mine, it’s for everybody.
I was trying so hard to hold the tears back. Cos I was like, ‘I can’t cry right now. Like, I can’t do this, I worked so hard on my eyeliner.’
She was so traumatised that she wasn't talking. She was just curled up in a little ball.
Believe in something, even if it means sacrificing everything.
His passing has left an intellectual vacuum in his wake. But it's not empty. Think of it as a kind of vacuum energy permeating the fabric of spacetime that defies measure.
Since the time that I came out here, it has been six minutes and 20 seconds. The shooter has ceased shooting and will soon abandon his rifle, blend in with the students as they escape, and walk free for an hour before arrest. Fight for your lives before it’s someone else’s job.
Having seen every episode at least 3 times, believe me when I say things often go from funny to suddenly you're crying and eating an entire box of Trader Joe's gorgozola crackers...
Writing from Tina Fey, acting from Ellie Kemper (The Office) and Jane Krakowski (30 Rock), and hilarious mannerisms from Tituss Burgess... what more could you need?
This show is crazy from the first episode, but a good kind of crazy. You can never really tell where the show is going + D'Arcy Carden (who plays Janet) has incredible comedic timing!
Created by Nick Kroll and featuring John Mulaney, Jenny Slate, Fred Armisten, Maya Rudolph, and Jordan Peele, this show is about youngins going through puberty. Use earbuds when watching this show in a public (and private) space!
*40 minutes in* huh they're playing the beginning credits again... is this like part 2? *sees Season 1, Episode 2* ah I see... Realistic show about love featuring Paul Rust (Arrested Development writer) and Gillian Jacobs (Community)
A man in his mid-late 30s/40s desperately needs help. Bobby remodels his entire house, Karamo reshapes his outlook on life, Jonathan gives him a complete make-over, Tan fixes his wardrobe, and Antoni teaches him to make one (1) appetizer.
Normal people learn this stuff through newspapers, podcasts, and their weird uncle's Facebook posts, but you could listen to Hasan Minaj make it funny instead!
Sometimes you need a cute lil rom-com to ignore all the bad things. Featuring Lana Condor (relatable af) and Noah Centineo (cute af but weird on Twitter so beware)
I watched this stand-up live in Seattle and let me tell you... it is golden. John Mulaney makes every single joke count, and the horse in the hospital bit is incredible.