Why do I love The Princess Switch? Because love stories, however ridiculous, warm my heart. I’m a shallow, shallow woman, and as long as the acting is decent and I’m personally attracted to the cast, I’m all in. But what truly makes The Princess Switch stand out among the other candy cane and hot cocoa romances, is that in this tale, you get two love stories for the price of one! Continue reading →
For about $350, you can be the proud owner of this stunning corset (find it here). Head over to Etsy shop MirirArtSteampunk to find this lovely piece and more. The artist creates unique steampunk items, as low as $23 (the corset is the priciest item in the shop). All items are handmade in Italy, so Christmas delivery is highly doubtful this year, but reviewers suggest her items are worth the wait.
A new year is almost upon us and that means its time to try new things! Have a show, movie, book, or fandom we should check out? Or is there something you’d like to see more of on the SisterGeeks blog in 2019? Let us know in the comments below!
It’s finally December! Time to buy presents, put up decorations, and eat all the good food! And most importantly, time to watch all the holiday episodes! Every good TV show does holiday episodes: Halloween, Thanksgiving, Christmas, etc. If you want your show to be good, you better have a holiday episode of some kind. What else am I suppose to do while I eat gingerbread cookies and avoid reality? Bob’s Burgers does amazing holiday episodes! The kids are hilarious, the situations are crazy, but relatable, and the characters are down right perfect. Don’t believe me? Just look up Linda Belcher quotes and then try to tell me that Linda isn’t the most amazing creature. During the holiday season, I like to re-watch holiday episodes to really get me in the spirit and this week I re-watched all the Bob’s Burgers holiday episodes and decided to do a Top 5 list. Come along with me on this magical holiday journey!
In a world where spores are the modern nukes, the government can only afford to vaccinate so many. Kids and the elderly are vaccinated first, leaving the working-age adults susceptible to the airborne killer. Continue reading →