Guess who’s been to see Wonder Woman late last night? After the massive hype surrounding the movie and seeing Wonder Woman (plus the costumes plastered all over Comic Con), I decided to see my favourite hero re-acted by Gal Gadot.
The guys where I work are worried. I show a natural tendency to love violent tv shows that expose a lot of sex, a lot of gore, bloody violence and deadly killings. I am a Game of Thrones fan (massive, massive fan) and recently, I started watching How to get away with murder and Vikings.
I got into Vikings very very fast and soon, I was coming to work wearing Floki eye make-up and thus increasing the tension in my colleagues 😀
As I have done with Breaking Bad, I’m going to compile a short list of all the things I learned while watching the show.
look no further. I have scoured the internet (just like the storm troppers did the desert) and found the classiest and smoothest stuff you could wear during a romantic night in.
I’m not advertising sites so feel free to find out where I got these from.
“You know what’s really, powerfully sexy? A sense of humor. A taste for adventure. A healthy glow. Hips to grab on to. Openness. Confidence. Humility. Appetite. Intuition. … Smart-ass comebacks. Presence. A quick wit. Dirty jokes told by an innocent-looking lady. … A storyteller. A genius. A doctor. A new mother. A woman who realizes how beautiful she is.”
~Courtney E. Martin
I first heard of Amy Shumer when she decided to be a part of a celebrity roast (one hosted by my favourite guy Seth McFarlane) and I thought she was really crass. I soon forgot about her until I saw a trailer for Trainwreck which looked kinda funny.
Oh yeah, a new comedy on the map! Will it be witty, will it be funny, will it be breathtakingly sad like Love, Rosie and Jakie and Ryan?
So, I decided to prep myself by doing an Amy Shumer therapy by watching all the stand-up comedy videos I could find of her and it was funnnyyyy!! 🙂
And it was good! It had blood, gore, amazing slash-es, 300-esque slow mo scenes and bweeebs. Loads of them! I stopped counting when the nipple count got to 100 (men and female). Sex scenes are uncut and I remembered why I loved the first two seasons and the “Gods of the Arena”. And we all know Romans loved baths!