Middle aged, young, and even a few old Europeans were everywhere, generally behaving like American college students on spring break: vomiting on things, yelling, leaving piles of trash in pristine parks, randomly pretending to be DJs, and tripping me when I got off the plane.
A new Random Review by Jen Bingham
“I’m glad to report limited success with my crunch rage. I’m even gladder to report that my cats eat pretty far away from my desk.” Jen Bingham has feelings about your diet.
“It reminds me of mini Oreo cookies…it’s not objectively delicious. Or is it?” In any case, Jen Bingham is too sick to stop watching.
“I will admit that I would definitely get a poster with Walter White and Jesse Pinkman on it. Especially if they are hugging puppies.” Things, according to Jen Bingham, that lived up to the hype.
“It is hard to be angry about being classed with one of the most powerful badasses known to fiction.” Jen Bingham is Darth Vader. And other characters, whether she likes them or not.
“Last summer’s edition, this time held at The Vogue, was amazing as usual, but also notable for the many excellent drunks in the audience.” Jen Bingham rates the show within the show.
“Because all these books deal with serious teen topics such as death, bullying, drinking, embezzlement (Kidding!), I’ve added an After-School-Special-meter to rate the cheese factor.” Jen Bingham let’s loose with a new round of random reviews.
“Humans tend to grow up. If they’re famous with nice asses, they want you to notice. There’s nothing wrong with that, because many people who aren’t famous also want you to notice their asses.” And other things Jen Bingham wants you to stop complaining about.
“I know I’m supposed to give you a list of fun, trashy books that you can read at the beach at the start of the summer, so you can cover them with sun tan oil as you laze around at your family’s cabin.” Jen Bingham has other plans.