Saturday, March 24, 2012
The Return Plus Some Thoughts on The Breakfast Club
Uh...hi. Remember me? I used to be this person who blogged but then I wasn't that person for a little while but now, hopefully, I'm that person again. What have I been doing? Stuff, I guess. More specifically, though, I've been sick off an on for the past couple of months. Sometimes it was just a cold. Other times it was worse. I hadn't thrown up since 2006 but this year--which is only 3 months old--I've thrown up 3 times. On one occasion, I noticed that there were, like, 10 pinto beans in my throw up, which was weird because I KNOW I chewed the beans before I swallowed them. (I'm sure you wanted to read that.) When I wasn't sick, I was writing things. If you want, you can check out some of the stuff I've done for Rookie. But if you don't want to, that's your prerogative (in the words of B. Brown and later B. Spears), and it won't change the way I feel about you. Other things that've happened:
I ate a 5lb. burrito. (And yeah, one of times that I threw up was after eating it. But that hasn't changed my views on burritos. I remain pro-burrito.)
I SAW JGL! JGL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!AAAHHH!
Louis C.K. became my fave. Have you watched his show? If you haven't, you need to. It's way more entertaining than this blog. As a matter of fact, you should be watching Louie instead of reading whatever the hell it is that I'm writing.
I watched every episode of Parks and Recreation on Netflix. It took, like, three weeks. But I did it. I DID IT! I'd never watched a single episode before that, if you can believe it. Oh, and do you know who's on that show sometimes? LOUIS C.K.!! The plot thickens!
"The plot thickens" became my catchphrase. "Meow" became my cat's catchphrase.
I saw this van by my house. The back of it was JACKED UP. I think someone really wanted those cookies.
Justin Bieber brought these girls some Proactiv.
Also, I re-watched The Breakfast Club for the millionth time. Do you remember this scene?
(I had to record it with my iPhone because it somehow doesn't exist on YouTube in an embeddable form. Don't sue me, Universal Studios. I love you.) First, and most importantly, it shows that Emilio Estevez is the best dancer in the history of life.
Second, is this what's supposed to happen when you smoke weed? Third, Emilio shatters glass by screaming and NO ONE FREAKS OUT.
No one even claps or says, "man, that was kind of awesome" or, "wow, he really hates foreign languages." So...did that even happen? Like, within the reality of the movie, did it actually occur? Is it a metaphor for marijuana and how it gives you the ability to shatter glass?? And how is it that only the glass on the door breaks? How did this scene make the final cut when it makes no sense?
On a related note, what's with Anthony Michael Hall's voice here:
And then here in Weird Science:
Does it make anyone else feel really uncomfortable?
That's it for now but I'm planning to post more regularly. Thanks to everyone who's still reading and sorry to everyone who was wondering where I was (this cool lady in particular). Have a nice day and here's to hoping that all of your plots thicken in an enjoyable way.