Articles by Zoe

Throwback Thursday: Rise and Shine Festival

Described by the Urban Dictionary as: Throwback Thursday When you put a picture from a “while” ago on your social media sites. Omg Throwback Thursday, I needa find a photo of myself from like hella long ago and post it on facebook. #throwbackthursday Throwbackthursday, usually written as `tbt`is an acronym…

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We’ll always have Mozambique

I should think that much is true, especially for South Africans and especially for me. I’ve longed for an Eat Pray Love vac for a bit now, for most of my adult life – although, let’s face it, I can’t take a year off of my life to travel exotic places…

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That Awkward Moment was a bit awkward for me irl

That awkward moment when the gag reel is better than the actual movie. Also, that awkward moment when the only reason you continue watching a movie is because you genuinely like the actors but from other movies they’ve done, so like a proud buddy you show support even though you’re thinking,…

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Fellow citizens of Passive Aggressiva…

  passive-aggressive adjective of or denoting a type of behaviour or personality characterized by indirect resistance to the demands of others and an avoidance of direct confrontation. A defense mechanism that allows people who aren’t comfortable being openly aggressive get what they want under the guise of still trying to…

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10 Famous Poems Recited by Famous Actors

BY CASSANDRA NEACE Tom Hiddleston reads Sonnet 18 by William Shakespeare Zoe is dead because Tom Hiddleston read Sonnet 18 by William Shakespeare Thing is, I’m not a huge fan of poetry. Now wait, before you kill me, I don’t hate poetry at all. I even love it every now and again,…

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Dear White People

So I posted the teaser trailer for this film some months ago on my Facebook and when the full length came out, I might as well have lost all of my shit. I did. I lost all of the shit I possess while sitting at my desk at work. It…

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