as someone with an account on tumblr that I use too much and that I will never ever EVER be linking here, I can explain something about tumblr's tagging system that might explain something about this episode: the tag system is set up in such a way that even if you don't write in something specifically as a tag, if you mention the thing in question, it'll show up under that tag. So, if I have an untagged post that I mention bullying in, it'll show up in the bullying tag, because the tag system is terrible. this also causes a great deal of strife on tumblr because people will make a post saying something like "I hate dragon age" and leave it untagged to try to not bother people who like it, and it'll then show up in the dragon age tag anyway and people will yell at them for putting their hate in the tag, when they actually tried not to. Fun fact, it was also not clear this was happening at first! This is something people had to discover over time.
Anyway, this is a likely part of why there's so many things showing up in the sylvia plath tag that mostly only give a brief mention of her in the post in question: it has her name in it, therefore it's in the tag.
Also, the discussion of what the pilsbury doughboy would taste like caused me to remember being really into crescent rolls with pepperoni baked into them as a kid and I ended up buying some crescent roll tubes and pepperoni at the store to try it again. They weren't as good as I hoped, but now I have a decently unhealthy thing to snack on while I stay up to finish an essay. Thanks, FPlus!