Nothing to see here, Move along. Well that isn’t precisely correct. Plenty of things here to see. Weirdness, wonder, and well… more weirdness usually. But since this isn’t supposed to be a blog post about the letter “W” I suppose i shall have to switch over to the letter “N”.
As I said above though… I haven’t any ideas on what to write. It’s much later today then I usually do this part of the challenge. So I sit here, at my desk with my coffee and for some reason “Glee” playing in the background. Which is distracting because I think it’s funny. The girls are watching it, pretty far in with the Netflix binge watching.
So there we go lets do that My Netflix binge watching habits (laugh). No we all have that going on, but… a few for you nice reading folks.
1. Gilmore Girls
2. The West Wing
3. Agent’s of Shield
6. Grace and Frankie
7. The Witcher
8. The Punisher
9. Stranger Things
10. The Good Place
There you have it, My odd choices on Netflix. Now, if any of you have a show you’ve watched again and again, please share. West Wing and Gilmore girls I can read the dialogue as I watch I’ve seen them so many times. I could use some new stuff 🙂
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