Posted in Reviews, TV Shows

T.V. Show Review: The Office (2005-2013)

If you are a super big Office fan, just like me, then you have probably seen the series more than once. And if you haven’t, you have until next year to binge-watch it on Netflix before 2021 because the rumor is, they are getting rid of it.

This drives me nuts because of the fact that they have already gotten rid of Friends and now, The Office.

Anyway, let’s talk about how amazing this T.V. show really is.

Now, if you are one of those people that have tried to watch the Office and couldn’t get into it, then you should try watching more than just an episode. Or clips on YouTube can really get you into watching it.

What really made the show amazing was Michael Scott, but sadly, Steve Carrell, the actor plays that character, left the show at the end of season 7. Which did make it harder to keep watching the Office when Michael left, but the other main characters were still there.

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One of my favorite things about the Office is the pranks Jim plays on Dwight, they are not only priceless to watch by if you aren’t feeling the best mood, but they are also sure to make you crack a smile.

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I love the way how Dwight reacts so well to the jokes that you can’t help, but laugh at it. One of the best pranks that is my favorite is when they prank call Dwight, making him think that he’s on a radio show. Here is the clip, if you are curious to know what happens next.

Anyway, the storyline is basically a documentary on a group of people that work for a paper company and they are documenting every part of it. In the last season, the documentary is aired and the entire cast gets to ‘relive’ what they have already recorded.

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Like Jim and Pam get to rewatch how they went from being the best of friends to falling in love, getting married and having their children.

Not to mention, most of the cast that is ‘documented’ is the actual people who wrote episodes of the Office, which they weren’t originally supposed to be in the show, but ended up getting written in.

This T.V. show is just like Friends, very funny and the cast is very loveable. It can take a few episodes to get into it, but once you do, it is so funny!


What do you think about The Office? Is it on your favorites, when it comes to T.V. Shows to binge-watch or was it one of those shows you weren’t able to get into? Let me know done below!

Posted in Writing Works

Kerosene – Friday’s Short Stories

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Hey Dearies! Sorry that this one is a little late, but I decided to mix it up by taking a song and turn it into a short story! So, I went with the song Kerosene by Miranda Lambert. 

Well I’m giving up on love ’cause love’s given up on me

The sun was setting on a long hot day and Sasha Kendel had just lit a cigarette, sitting outside her shitty trailer. She never liked the taste of cigarettes, but there was nothing else for her to do.

She never thought her life would be exactly like her father’s, living in a small crappy town where everyone knows your business and what you do. That was one of the reasons why her mother left, but Sasha got suckered into coming back to Fairfield, Georgia.

All her plans to leave went down the drain when she met Frankie Londe. He had walked into her life and at the time, made it worth wild. She was also in love with the idea of being in love that she forgets all of her original plans.

But that went all down the drain after Sasha found him with her.

It was a late night, she had taken the late shift at the only dinner they had in Fairfield. It had been a long day that she just wanted to go home and relax. She hoped that Frankie would be at their trailer, waiting for her when she got home.

As she walked to her car, she caught a glimpse of the bar, that was just across the street, she saw drunk people dancing and having a good time, but what stopped her in her tracks as she noticed someone.

Frankie was in the middle of the dance floor locking his lips with some blond that she had never met. At that moment, her heart dropped. She never thought in a million years that the love of her life would betray her.

As Sasha took another drag of her cigarette, then tossing the butt into the grown. She was so angry, she didn’t know what to do. She knew that Frankie was inside, making love to that blond that he was with last night. She never gave a notice that she was home, yet.

She got up from the porch and walked over to the kerosene that had caught her eye and grabbed it. Opening the container and pouring it all over her shitty trailer, dumping it all over the front door, around the trailer and back over to his black Ford truck.

She threw the container in the middle of the field and got into her car, taking out another cigarette and taking a match to lite it, then tossing it to the kerosene path that leads up to her trailer.

The flame took quickly, as it rapidly burned the path of kerosene, leading up to the front door and blazing the entire trailer in flames. Sasha took another drag and drove up the path and onto the highway.

She took one look in her rearview mirror and watched as her old life had burnt away, watching two naked people jumping from the window, half-naked and running away as the trailer blew up.

Sasha smiled and then placed her eyes back on the road. “Cheaters never prosper.” She said, driving down the highway and heading towards her new fresh start.


Let me know in the comments of what you thought about this short story! These will be posted every Friday and if you have a prompt or idea that you would like me to try out, let me know in the comments!