You're Gigli: The Book!
adapted by some talentless hack
Somebody thought you were a good idea, and maybe in some primordial state you were, but now that all is said and done, you're a contrived mess that Christopher Walken and Al Pacino would rather forget about.
Take the Book Quiz
at the Blue Pyramid.
Ah, well. So what have I done all weekend (other than notice the obscene snowman)? Well, letsee...
Saturday I went to my parents' house. As stated previously, they're moving which means selling their current house. Selling the house means fixing it so that it's marketable and um, less likely to collapse at any moment. That'd be a scarier statement if you'd seen some of the wood in the basement. Anyway, I helped my dad replace some of the wood down there. Then last night, I went over to Ellen's. Since there was no Rocky, we killed some time at Barnes & Noble, and watched And Now For Something Completely Different. Not having Rocky also meant being able to get to bed at a reasonable time as well. It has become obvious to me that this doesn't happen enough -- especially on nights when there's nothing keeping me from going to bed (such as tonight).
Today I hung out with ribsinbacon. We went out for gyros, and talked about robots, murder, and people with high voices. I went home and watched The Old Dark House (which I heartily recommend) and The Screaming Skull (which I implore you to avoid -- I didn't actually watch it, it was just on in the background). Why so many movies? Because I've been borrowing some of them for a long time, and I should really watch and return them. At some point here, I need to watch Dementia 13 (Francis Ford Copola's directorial debut) and The Ghoul (Boris Karloff's British film debut). Why no links for those two? Who cares? You weren't going to click them anyway.
Well, I think I'll wrap this up and head off to bed. I'll leave you with this pointless quiz, ganked (it's the word all the kids are using) from a friend of a friend:
Pointless Music Quiz:
What song do you swear was written about you or your life: Everybody Out by Mailbox.
What's the most embarrassing cd you own: Cyberpunk by Billy Idol.
What's the best cd you own: Brian Dewan Tells The Story. Hands down. Period.
What song do you absolutely hate: It's a tie between All Star by Smashmouth, any version of Build Me Up Buttercup, and almost anything by The Beach Boys.
Do you sing in the shower: I stopped when the girls downstairs asked if I was the one singing every morning.
What song reminds you of that special someone: Questions in a World of Blue by Julee Cruise.