Let’s get ‘er done, y’all.
Movies over the last year were pretty great.
We don’t talk about Star Wars.
Oh, honey. This year’s anniversary posts are gonna be quick and to the point.
2020 is exhausting enough as it is.
As I slowly succumb to the dual pressures of having an actual life, and my laziness, I’ve been covering fewer TV shows on I Just Hate Everything than ever.
But that doesn’t mean I haven’t been watching TV, bitch. Having opinions about TV shows is what makes me special, right?
Maybe one day I’ll bring movie reviews back to I Just Hate Everything.
But five quickies once a year is a fair compromise, right?
I haven’t posted a single movie review on I Just Hate Everything in the past year.
I’m sorry. I know how important it is to have a stranger complain to you about movies on the Internet. It’s the reason why I subscribe to r/movies.
Another year, another moment to reflect on the fact that I watch too many CW shows.
But hey, at least I gave up on Valor after only two episodes. I love Christina Ochoa, but I’m not that devoted, CW.
It’s I Just Hate Everything’s third anniversary.
Aren’t you tired yet?
I’m not here to deconstruct every tiny little thing that there is to dislike about Lily Allen.
I’m not even here to complain about how her video for URL Badman defeats its own logic by having our supposed basement dwelling mouth-breathers be trendily dressed, young hipsters.
No, there is a very simple fatal flaw at the heart of URL Badman. And it is hypocrisy.