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Can't decide if I would rather be or be with these incredibly talented actresses.
  1. Scarlett Johansson
  2. Carey Mulligan
  3. Marion Cotillard
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That one should be at least somewhat familiar with, from an early age, if not completely read and finished. For Anne.
  1. Brave New World by Aldous Huxley
  2. 1984 by George Orwell
  3. Slaughterhouse Five by Kurt Vonnegut
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My go-to's for any gloomy day. Not limited to movies, TV shows, viral videos, whole genres. This list is my soma.
  1. Graham Norton Show
    Particularly the episode with Matt Damon, Hugh Bonneville, and Bill Murray. I have watched this many times over, may or may not have embarrassingly lost count. And as soon as it's over I get sucked into a vortex of episodes that feature my favorite actors, directors, comedians.
  2. The IT crowd
    This really never fails to make me laugh out loud. Stand out episodes that contain the highest moments: obviously 'Work Outing', also 'Bad Boys' and 'Are We Not Men?'.
  3. Lost In Translation
    It's just one of those things that can make me feel happy and sad and angsty and lonely and yet validated and fulfilled and romanced by the intoxication life itself. It works while playing in the background when I cook; otherwise the best way to let it wash over you is curled up on the sofa with blankets and hot tea.
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And why
  1. Zane
    This one has stuck around for a while...it's the only one that I can recall immediately whenever the baby name question comes up. Guess that means it's a keeper?
  2. Sophie/Sophia
    I love the name Sophie, and I love how the name Sophia means 'wisdom'. Now I just have to find how Sophie could be a nickname for Sophia, but it hasn't been coming along well.
  3. Calliope
    This is if I'm full on hippie by the time I have kids aka flower children. But I like the idea of the nickname 'Cal' for a girl. Credit for this comes from a book I read as a child, and the title of which I don't even remember.
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