What Are the Bitter Kittens Chatting About?

Posted on March 06, 2015

UNBREAKABLE KIMMY SCHMIDT

Just because we haven’t gotten around to talking about Netflix’s “The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt” doesn’t mean you can’t.

 

In the T LOunge, the cocktail party topics continue as Kittens discuss their own “Knowledge Gaps” or  their “Favorite Memes” or even the “Celebrity Crush You’re Ashamed Of.” Also, for some reason we’re sure makes perfect sense to them, people are posting messages to their cats and their dogs. And for the agressively upbeat kittens, there’s a discussion on “Things That Make You Say Hell Yeah!” Sounds like everyone’s getting a little sloppy drunk over there.

Meanwhile, in the TV & Film forum, there can be found the usual spirited discussion on Empire, Broadchurch, The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel, Mozart in the Jungle, The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, American Idol, Justified, RuPaul’s Drag Race, Call the Midwife, House of Cards, and a RIDICULOUS amount of other shows, including “Guilty Pleasures” and “TV Shows Everyone Else Loves But You Don’t.

In Fashion & Beauty, pretty-minded Kittens are all about “Foundation” and “Make-up Cases” and  “Facial Care for Men” and “The Very Best Lipstick.” But some are on a journey and want you to come with them as they ask “Help Me Pick a Dress?” and “Going to Paris in the fall. What to wear?” and “Sunscreens for Oily Skin?

Over in Books & Music, the “Romance Novel Lovers” are gathering, as are people who want to chat about “The Great American Songbook” or “Books You Can Finish and Immediately Begin Again.” Also, heady and serious Kittens are wondering how to handle “The Flawed Artist” or whether anyone else out there loves “Pop Science (Non-Fiction).” Kittens are also getting real, as they confess, “I Can’t Believe I Loved This Book.

And finally, in Food, Decor & Crafts, gastro-Kittens want “suggestions for “Quick & Easy Weeknight Dinners” and “Wine Cabinet Retailers” as well as tips on “Quitting Sugar.” Crafty-minded (and very talented) Kittens are sharing their “Historical Clothing” work asking for “Sewing Machine Recommendations” and posting all sorts of pictures of things they’ve made. It’s a food and crafts blowout, darlings.

As always, it’s one big, lively, wide-ranging and never-ending discussion over there and if you’re not joining in, darling, you are missing out.

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