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October Favourites!

Hi Guys,

Today I'm going to be doing my monthly favourites! To be honest, the word 'monthly' isn't  really acceptable here because the last time I did my favourites post was in July! Let's not waste any more time and get straight into them!

Legally Blonde: The Musical- Where do I begin? I am obsessed! I am a huge musical theatre fan but this is the musical to beat all musicals! (Even Hamilton which I adore!!) I watched it on Youtube and then had to watch it all again because I loved it so much. Three words: Laura Bell Bundy! She is fantastic as Elle! My favourite character is actually Serena, though, because she reminds me so much of myself!

Scream Queens: I absolutely love this programme! I know that it's meant to be scary but I just find it hilarious! It's a comedy slasher so if you don't like graphic violence it probably isn't for you. I get scared pretty easily but I find Scream Queens really easy to handle. There are zero jump scares and it has the most ridiculous plot ever! I'm watching the movie Scream tonight though, and I know I'm going to die!

Harry Potter and the Cursed Child: This book was great! I had finished it within 3 days of it coming out: that's how much I loved it! There were so many great moments for Draco/Harry shippers, too! If you are a fan of the books I would just like to warn you that Harry is still as annoying. I have heard some very mixed reviews of the script but I liked it all the same!

 Michelle Obama: Okay, this sounds like a really weird favourite but let me explaining. I watched Michelle's speech that she made at the Democrat convention and it just blew me away. After finding it on Yotutube, I just got into a Michelle Obama spiral and ended up watching every speech she's ever made! I really wish that I was as good at public speaking as her... why can't Michelle just be President?!?

I think that's enough for today. I have about 1000 more but when you sit down to write about it they all seem to go! The next time that I've actually got a month favourites scheduled is March so we'll see how that goes! Make sure to add me to your circles. I'm currently pretty happy with my follower count but feel free to add me anyway. Hope you're all having a great day!


Thanks for Reading,
Runnerella 

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