Thursday, July 11, 2013

Pride and Prejudice and LOTR

So I completely failed at the Pride and Prejudice board game, because I failed to get my characters to the church to be married. But I totally won the LOTR trivia game.
Yeah i'm concerned about the implications this has about my future...

So with last week being the fourth of July there were a lot of self righteous people posting on Facebook about how fireworks pollute the air, are too noisy, and are just a waste of money and so people shouldn't buy them. And you know what? I feel bad for those people.

I feel bad for them because it's clear from their post that they did not get to hike up to the top of a hill with their family, wait for it to get dark and then get to watch dozens of fireworks shows go off all at once. Then walk back down the hill with trees all lit up with lights like a hobbit party. And get ice cream on the drive home.
So I feel bad for them, because it's so much more fun to just enjoy stupid stuff like fireworks and have a good time. BAM.

I'm very proud of myself for looking on the bright side for once. I sounded like an optimist just then... and it was so wildly out of my character that it's frightening me.

I also wish to talk about my policy regarding movies.
I never read critics reviews of movies and I decide which movies to go see based solely on their trailers. Why? because I don't know who these critics are, they don't know me. They don't know what I like. So why on Earth am I going to let them tell me which movie to watch?? They don't run my life. I can watch whatever in the universe I want.


Needless to say I see quite a few really bad movies. But It's still fun, and I get to decide for myself what's a good movie or a bad movie. HAHA!

My high school math teacher may have been correct... I might have a teensy weensy bit of a problem with authority....

Todays Gifs:
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