I made fun of my friend for obsessing over the show “Teen Wolf” before I had even given it a chance. Then I saw her reblog a bunch of posts on Tumblr and thought that it actually looks intriguing, which led me to start watching it. Big mistake. I was kept up for three nights watching all of the episodes to catch up to where it was on TV. I just couldn’t stop. It really plucked my heart strings, and I am so attached to the characters that when something bad happens to one of them I feel worried and sad. Yeah, it’s that bad. Week after week I can’t wait to watch the show. It makes my Mondays really exciting.
On a positive note, at least I feel like I have friends… I guess that’s more sad than anything…
I usually don’t watch much television. Hockey is pretty much the only thing I consistently watch. But there are certain shows that have me checking network websites to make sure that I don’t miss any episodes. An Idiot Abroad is one of those shows. If you’ve never heard of that show (as most people I’ve tried to talk to about it haven’t), it’s a documentary type show presented by Ricky Gervais and Stephen Merchant and it follows a very simple-minded man named Karl Pilkington as he travels around the world and learns about new cultures. He’s extremely reluctant to go on these trips, but Ricky and Steve always end up convincing him and put him in situations that he wants absolutely no part in. His reactions are usually pretty hilarious.
I’m not sure how I make it sound, since I watch the show and know what it’s all about. I’m just not very articulate at them moment. You’ll just have to see for yourself!