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Jamie reads the Dream Book at Evolution Cafe (Big Island of Hawaii)

"Hm, Hm, Hm... reading the Dream Book..."

“Hm, Hm, Hm… reading the Dream Book…”

"Say WHAT now?"

“Say WHAT now?”

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Strange Magic and 'I' (Baffling Movie Trailers)

Today on Baffling Movie Trailers: Luasfilm’s Strange Magic and ‘I’. Let the snarking begin! Read the rest of this entry

Oreo MADNESS!

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As far as I can tell, all Oreos are vegan. Since I live cookies, I’ve never met an Oreo I didn’t like. Now there are more Oreo flavours than hanky can shake a stick at (weirdest saying ever, btw) and I must admit, there are some I like better than others. Read the rest of this entry

Black Friday of DEATH! or This Christmas, get her a Crossbow!

The Christmas shopping season is upon us! The deals are already out there! And it’s not just jewelers, TVs and toasters, no! We can gear up Chewbacca style!

(What I’m trying to say is, Chewbacca’s weapon is a crossbow… not sure that’s clear.) Read the rest of this entry

Yard of ale? Boot of beer?

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It’s not enough to drink beer – you have to make a game of it. It’s required, apparently.  I’ve seen people play beer pong and quarters, but there’s another level to this drinking games phenomenon. Read the rest of this entry

Alligator Band will play banjo music in front of your house… forever.

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If you’re trying to come up with an outdoor Christmas display that will make your neighbors hate you, I’d give the 5 foot high, 7 foot wide banjo music playing light up Alligator Band a try.
I don’t understand why this exists. Am I missing something? Who wants a giant rat on their front lawn? It’s not like I’m trying to organize a union protest or something. But, if your ambition is to have a weird band on your lawn, you probably couldn’t get a real band to play for $135 for a month. Still seems pricey, though.
This doesn’t have anything to do with The Princess and the Frog, does it? I’m still baffled that this is a thing that exists.

And the answer is: A giant rubber duck and a Mr. Potato Head (Fake Jeopardy)

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“What are two things your outdoor Christmas display is missing retailing over one hundred bucks each?”

This is how crazy these Christmas decorations are – I’ve turned it into some weird Jeopardy parody.  I just don’t get it and thankfully, I don’t think anyone else does, either, as I’ve yet to see these two options in the wild.
Yet.

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