November 17, 2013

funny stuffs.

One more full week and then 5 glorious days off for Thanksgiving.  We can do this.  

"She acts the same, she acts different."  That mad me laugh out loud.

This is becoming a problem.  I will scroll through Food Boards for an hour before bed.

Scout got ahold of a box of tissues last week.  It looked like this.

Scott has never seen The Princess Bride.  One day I said, "Oh, that was the movie that Saul (Homeland) got his start in", and he said, "What's that?"
I was appalled.  
Then he said, "Well, let's go watch it." 
I said, "The point is that you should've already seen it.  We shouldn't have to watch it.  How did you get to 27 9/10th years old without ever having watched that movie?"

I never respond.  I'm sorry.  It's really not about you.  It's about me and the fact that I hate text messaging.  I prefer email.

I'm actually considering ordering this print.  Elf is a good movie, butnot my favorite...(that's Love Actually and It's a Wonderful Life).  But I really think this applies to me.  I am experiencing intense relief over the fact that Halloween is over and the candy corn is out of the stores.  What do you think?  
 This is a picture of Scout right after he was born.  That's what I assumed I was buying.

Now we've got crazy-eyes here.


  1. My husband is 52. He's never seen Princess Bride either. ?????!!!!!!!

  2. Oh goodness these are some good ones :0)

    Don't hate me, but I've only seen Princess Bride once and I didn't really like it.

  3. OMG I love Love Actually! I've seen it 50 times, no joke. Every year, several times a year... it's my fave!

  4. Haha Princess Bride is the best!

  5. YOU MUST introduce Scott to The Princess Bride. He cannot go another day without having that experience.

    I am, quite possibly, the one female on earth that really doesn't like Love Actually.

  6. I can't handle the Scout pics, I have dog fever I think. Better than baby fever I suppose? Love Actually and It's a Wonderful Life are my faves as well! We have an old theatre in Tampa that plays Christmas classics, and every year we watch It's a Wonderful Life.

  7. Oh yes, I do the same thing with text messages. I write out the whole reply in my head, and I just don't know why I don't actually type it! I also feel the same way about the stuffed-face chipmunk.

  8. The chipmunk! Love!

    I know I say it too much, but that little pup is impossibly adorable.

    And don't hate me, but I couldn't get through The Princess Bride. I tried watching it a couple of years ago and just couldn't get past the first fifteen minutes.

  9. I also had to introduce Angel to The Princess Bride when we got married. It's just one of those movies you need to see to understand many cultural references. And so many perfect lines. I have the book, too.

  10. I love the princess bride. I had the reverse issue though..I had no idea Saul and Inigo Montoya were played by the same person.

  11. I finally saw The Princess Bride when I was in college. Shortly after watching it, I was IMing with a guy I was dating at the time, and to whatever I said, he responded, "As you wish." *swoon*

    Anyway, you should totally get that print because it sounds just like you!

    And your picture of crazy eyes made me LOL. :)

  12. Princess Bride is truly amazing. Have you read the book? It's even better!

    Why is it that waiters always seem to ask how the food is right when you take a gigantic bite? I have yet to understand that.

    Scout is SO big now! Still just as cute, though.

  13. As if you needed me to say this, I, of course, agree with your taste in movies, which should be obvious since we have very similar tastes in television shows. If you couldn't tell from my constant posts about and references to Jimmy Stewart, especially around Christmas time, I love the guy and It's a Wonderful Life is my ALL-TIME favorite movie. Love Actually is so awesome, and The Princess Bride, of course, is a modern-day classic (I say modern as compared to the Jimmy Stewart-era of classics).

    Part of me dies (or at least hurts) a little when I hear (or read) that people cannot stand the films/shows that are near and dear to me. My very best childhood friend does not like It's a Wonderful Life and refuses to watch The Lord of the Rings trilogy. *Sigh* Somehow I find it in my heart to forgive her because I cannot share her affinity for romance novels, so I try to relate it to that, but it's just soooo hard to imagine how anyone could not enjoy "good" film/television... and WE (you and I) know "good" film/television. :)


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