My Drunk Kitchen Makes Quesadillas, Is Cheesy


In this edition of My Drunk Kitchen, internet lesbian Hannah Hart makes quesadillas, which I’m assuming went better than my first five attempts to spell “quesadillas” because she actually ate them. I contend that quesadillas aren’t real food, but that is neither here nor there. This one is mostly about Hannah being really drunk and being weird. You’re going to love it, is what I’m saying.

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Grace Ellis has been writing and making hack-job graphics for Autostraddle since 2011 and is a co-creator and co-writer of the comic book series Lumberjanes. She is mostly an intern in name only. (Mostly.) She lives in Columbus, Ohio because why anything. Also, she wants to write the Black Widow movie and feels like if she just keeps telling people, eventually she will be allowed to do it. She has a Twitter and a Tumblr, both of which are pretty above average.

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33 Comments

  1. I didn’t know about Hannah before I read this. Obviously, my life had been sorely lacking things, but that’s been fixed now.

    She’s just the cutest thing, and I’m already crushing. I mean, it took about half a second before I was, but yeah. :D

    (I’m so making everyone I know watch MDK – with various results I think. My bi friend doesn’t seem to find it all that amusing. Or her hot (what?). I silently judge her, but eh, each to their own. *shrug*)

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