Things That Are Awesome, Vol. 5

Some things I love this week:

  1. The Many Voices of Meryl Streep. I must invoke Cam from Modern Family here: “Excuse me, Meryl Streep could play Batman and be the right choice. She’s perfection, whether she’s divorcing Kramer, whether she’s wearing Prada, don’t even get me started on Sophie’s Choice.”
  2. Oh, hey, remember the time I wept while watching a random video on the internet? This is so beautiful.
  3. 100 Years of Style in East London. I cannot get over this video – from the clothing changes, to the music varieties, to the dance styles. So cool.
  4. I’m fairly certain that when people speak of “the Michigan difference,” they’re referring to this.
  5. There’s going to be an Arrested Development movie! After waiting for what seems like FOREVER for this news, I am pumped. Also this video of the cast recreating the chicken dance at an event last weekend makes me so, so happy. One of my favorite recurring gags on the show.
  6. I love Ann Arbor, and this list is pretty much the perfect way to spend a few days here.
  7. Now that I’m in law school and taking Property this semester, this e-card makes me laugh. I’m a giant dork.
  8. Tom Haverford line of the week, courtesy of the most recent episode of Parks + Rec: “At the risk of bragging, one of the things I’m best at is riding coattails.  Behind every successful man is me, smiling and taking partial credit.”
  9. Didn’t we all have SO many Lisa Frank folders when we were younger? This video cracked me up. No one’s trapping me, and no one’s keeping me!
  10. This book looks delightful. Paris + pastries – is there a better combination anywhere?

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