Dream about floating through the corridors of the Epic House.
It's 420, and we'd rather be getting hazy inside the mind-bending architecture of the Eppich House. What a dream!
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As we bid adieu to April, we can't help but dream of the warmer days and the promise of summer adventures. In the meantime, we'll indulge in the small pleasures of life, like speculating on the potential return of the Choco Taco and wondering why TV shows are so dimly lit lately. These may seem like trivial matters, but they offer a welcome distraction and a chance to connect with others. Let's take a moment to escape into the world of pop culture and have some fun.
So without further ado, we have our weekly inspiration for you to spark your afternoon daydreams.
All hail the Choco Taco
Rumor on the internet is that Chaco Tacos are slated to return to shelves after being discontinued by Klondike in 2022. If you can't wait, here is a DIY version to enjoy.
Make your own via All Recipes
Last Squeak Tonight
After that Succession episode, you might have needed something a bit more punchy John Oliver's Last Week Tonight focused on Home Owners' Associations but chose to offer a second segment for those "under 35". We recommend watching the series
Why is everything so dark?
Have you noticed how dark movies have become lately? Polygon's latest article dives deep into the trend and explores the reasons behind it. From artistic choices to technical limitations, discover the fascinating world of modern filmmaking and the impact it has on our viewing experience.
This article is an interesting read as to why recent TV shows and movies seem dimly lit.
With the Not 4 Nothing podcast, you're always invited to the sesh. Hosted by our dope friends Sarah ElSayed (@howcannahelpu) and Natasha Przedborski (@p.u.s.s.y.w.e.e.d), team up with hot takes and fat joints. Spark up and get ready for a laugh.
We've compiled the recommended listening posts for the last 3 months in our Winter Mix, now streaming on Spotify.