RophyDoes: The best list of all the lists…

Have I not introduced you all to the magic of Rophy? Ah, well, prepare to have your minds blown.

For the best – and most visual – Skins, Glee, and Harry Potter recaps, look no further (I would do it, but they’ve given me a complex, so I’m afraid I can’t compete with their genius). I’ll say it again, genius.

To get you started, I came across this little gem:

The Best List of All the Lists (until they come up with another list)

I’ll leave you to it… enjoy!


Sir Dr. Anschul England, Esq.

In about five days time, I’ll be leaving for a short, but much needed holiday. This means a plane trip, a whole lot of waiting around in airports, and a bit of wandering around unexplored territory by my lonesome – all of which cannot be done without a killer soundtrack. This means I must update the selections on my iPod.

You should know, my iPod has been named Sir Dr. Anschul England, Esq. (At your service…)

Sir Dr. is chockablock to absolute capacity with tunes and videos. I’ve been sitting here for hours trying to pull whatever I can off the damn thing to make room for more. I’ve deleted about 3GB already, but I still need about 700-800MB of space.

Now I’m caught in a dilemma. I have entire albums of Florence + the Machine, Plan B, Ellie Goulding, Alex Metric, Adele, Bloc Party, Lily Allen, Oakenfold, Paloma Faith, Robbie Williams, the Streets, Mumford…that I’ve been unwilling to part with. One just never knows when one will need a little “Dust Bowl Dance” or “Stargazer” or “Don’t Mug Yourself”, does one?

Perhaps taking up even more space, I’ve got several episodes of Skins hanging around. Episodes from series two, three and four. Sure, I’ve seen them all one hundred times each, but they’re all so lovely, and the music on these particular eps makes them all that much harder to cut!

I’d really like to get this sorted without spending the whole of my weekend staring blankly at an incredibly long, and (in the last day or so) unchanging list of songs.

So, I must pose the question to you, my peeps – what shall I do?

This blessed plot, this earth, this realm, this England.

Below is a super duper funny commercial by BBC America.