YouTube: ISIS, Taco Thanksgiving and Miranda Sings

I have been INTERNET surfing today which is a really fancy term used instead of “doing nothing”

When I started this blog two days ago, I had really high aspirations and today I discovered that maybe those aspirations were kinda too high.


BUT, I will carry through with my faithful promises.

Wait what? What makes a promise faithful? If I was considering actually breaking my promise, doesn’t that make it an unfaithful promise? Or does the fact that I decided to go through with it make it faithful?

English is confusing.

Anyway, I’v been watching a lot of videos on Youtube, informational and otherwise.

I watched an informational video about ISIS and it’s relation to the Al-Quaeda so that fulfills my daily quota of actual Education. Regardless of the video being like three minutes.

I watched a modern parody of the first pilgrims in honor of thanksgiving. Taco Tuesdays are decidedly American. Who cares if Mexicans invented Tacos anyway?

I also watched Miranda Sings perform Chandelier and Shake it Off and Friday. I like Colleen better.

I did have this small idea that I could go for driving lessons today but then the day was too sunny and why waste this beautiful sunshine in a creaky old rustbucket (BEN 10!) when I can enjoy it in front of my laptop?

So lessons learned today?

1: ISIS are bad. And Maybe Osama Bin Laden made a mistake in deciding to help them back when he was alive and stuff. But hey, just saying.

2. Tacos are American. I mean Taco Bell? Yeah, you should have made the connection.

3. Miranda Sings? More like Miranda Sings really badly. Okay so I realize that’s the whole point of the videos but I just don’t find them at all amusing.

So, Three lessons learned today. I call that:



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