my people, they shame me (and by that i mean i... →
glædelig jul, joyeux noël, merry christmas, etc etc. let’s party!!
….he’s got a wife beater, and he’s got a polo vest, and...– kenny galbraith (again, every word is a gem)
Christmas is fucking rad because we’re not going to fucking Sudbury.– ken galbraith
one of my greatest anxieties in life is that i will have to pee during a movie at the theatre. because much as in life, there is no pause button at the megaplex. ok i don’t know what that means, i am mostly drunk on cheap red right now. still though, i’ll be bummed if i have to pee during the movie.
Avatar was pretty much what i expected it to be: a tried-and-true story that’s been done a million times, and mind-blowingly beautiful CGI (coming from someone who loathes that medium). that said, i was thoroughly entertained, and won’t lie, i shed a tear- if only because the earth-loving themes in the movie are pretty much exactly what i believe in. THAT said, it was a pretty traditional,...
ok no more momentous occasions at work, please- i am all sheet-caked out.
i’m well aware it makes me a shitty feminist, but i’d rather spend my free time by myself than with 99% of the females i’ve met.
that’s fine- i didn’t want to sleep in anyway. >:((((
currently drinking a coca cola classic après lunch (pre-fab egg salad sandwich) and waiting to see who, of myself and two co-workers, can get the most “thumbs down”s on inflammatory comments we left on cbc news stories. yes, cyana- this is your life.
i always forget- there are a lot of really boring people out there.
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i feel like this should be a fake article in the onion, but alas!
goodbye lonelytimes →
i just found out today that the carlton theatre closed on sunday night. this brings a little pang of “oh” to my heart, as that cinema was my solace when i was young, broke and living alone in one of the scariest (and most depressing) neighbourhoods of toronto. it was also one of the first theatres i ever went to that wasn’t part of a giant-mega-multiplex, and showed smaller, more...
MY WEEKEND MOVIE REVIEWS
Invictus made me want to stand up and cheer/slow clap/slow motion embrace someone etc etc it was tres clint eastwood. but i think that matt damon is one of my favourite actors of all time and i am not even joking. he doesn’t seem to have a lot of ego onscreen- in that he’s not afraid to have a small part, or one that doesn’t require him to gnash his teeth all over the scenery. and technically he...