Sep 13, 2018
Pitney surprises Amelia with the bundle of fabulous extras that came with the Deadpool 2 Year Anniversary Edition Blu-Ray, and she squees over the Colorforms and whatnot. Then a bunch of Marvel movie talk ensued: Guardians of the Galaxy, Avengers Infinity War, etc etc. Amelia hates people who spoil movies, Pitney wants Rocket/Thor slashfic to exist. (We googled. It does. Because of course.)
A brief discussion of Benedict Cumberbatch occurs, and it turns out that Tricia Von Liechtenstein is VERY into him, even to the point of uncharacteristic lewdness. This reminds Pitney of something stupid she said about another actor she had a crush on. It's really REALLY stupid.
Fast forward to Amelia's trip to San Antonio and our visit to Hello Tallulah, a delightful shop filled with vintage clothing and accessories! We chatted with Kristina, the store's adorable pink-haired owner, who told us all about her wonderful business. You definitely need to stop by and see her when you're in town!
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