Friday, 21 January 2011

I (heart) Sleeping Till Eleven! (A TASG Production)

This vlog isn't nearly as wonderful as I hoped it would be.  I had all of these magnificent plans for it, but then I procrastinated/got sick.  So it's below the Lauren standard of excellance.  I apologize. 

Anyway, here is my take on national stereotypes:

Congratulations if you made it through the whole video.

See you next week!  :D


  1. I love hummus! I had some delicious roasted garlic hummus yesterday. Very important Portlandia lesson: all the girls wear glasses.

  2. I love Stuff White People Like! I have the first book - need to get the new one.

    Yes, I've heard the all Americans are obese thing many times.

    I hope everyone enjoyed our week of Vlogging (such a silly word) and we will go back to typing next week! Now that we've done it we don't ever have to do it again!

    I'm Canadian and I love Obama. I never get what I want when I vote - so I was happy for America when he won.

  3. Fun fact: The author of Stuff White People like is coming to my school in a couple weeks.

    Also, I liked this video.

    Also, I'm making you your exciting gift today while I'm at work.

  4. "I Love Film Festivals!"
    That was awesome. Purely fantastic.

  5. I laughed my ass off watching Portlandia the other night. Mostly because I was thinking about you, Lauren. Which is funny because I know you from the internet. Life is absurd, aint it?

    Excuse me, I have to bring my macbookPro to a coffee shop and write something, while listening to indie rock. STUFF WHITE PEOPLE LIKE!

  6. Aww cute vlog Lauren :) I'll have to check out "Stuff White Ppl Like" and see just how white I am...LOL

  7. Hola,

    Excellent work!

    I think we're guilty of laziness when it comes to speaking other languages too.

    Do you know - and I'm almost ashamed to admit this - I'd never even heard of Portland before I started reading blogs. Never. Now it's almost all I think about.

    Well, not quite. But you know what I mean...

  8. Funny that Tom says Brits are strange about this "we only speak English" thing - I will say, with pride, that this ISN'T a Canadian stereotype. Canadians are known for being really open an accepting of other languages and cultures - probably because we live in a multi-lingual country. French is an official language in Canada and most of us learned it in school growing up. Not sure if anyone caught this, but at the beginning of my video I filmed the can of ginger ale on the French side.