Is that all you got, you silly goose ides of March??? You really think a little snow is going to break my stride?
Like I always say, when life hands you snow . . . make a snowman.
Meet Auntie Aloha.
I think it bugged the ides that we were feeling the aloha spirit because I swear I heard them say "Oh, yea? well take this!" just before that lofty ole' sun came out to put us in our place.
Ha! Ever hear of reverse psychology, Mr. Ides?
P.S. Anyone want a Twhylight report?
Last night I was prepared to stay up all night with the sparkly vampires, because that's just what we love starved girls do, right?
I made it all the way to page 50 before I started doing Sudoku and playing Solitaire. But I fully intend to press forward, even though it's not very realistic. I mean, the dazzling, spectacularly bee-U-tiful and sensitive vampire with the perfect smile part is realistic, but honest to Pete, there's no way Bella would have so rudely snubbed a snowball fight on her very first snow. That's messed up!
I was a little disappointed that they left so much out of the movie. They never even showed Bella taking her Wuthering Heights pop quiz. Anyone who's read Wuthering Heights knows Stephanie Meyers threw that in there as an allusion to obsessive compulsive love. Am I right? Or am I right? Except Heathcliff was way scarier than Edward. Probably because he had never read the family proclamation.
And did anyone notice the allusion to Bruce Banner (AKA The Incredible Hulk) via the biology teacher, Mr. Banner? Tell me I'm not the only one who got that subtle symbolism! Yett the movie didn't even go there.
No wonder everyone was so disappointed in the movie.