Tuesday, August 19, 2008

What the?

I never thought I'd have to answer questions like this... Born Cool keeps throwing them at me left and right. This morning before school they were watching cartoons. He wanted to know if the cartoons I watched before school when I was a "little girl" had SOUND. Well, I've told him over and over that my favorite cartoon is the Pink Panther. Come to think of it, there wasn't much sound in that cartoon if I remember correctly. Hmmm.... Maybe he's not as crazy as I thought he was... Wait a minute, it's NOT LIKE THAT. It was in color and the other cartoons had sound. Last week, he wanted to know if we had hairdryers back in the day.

I still think he's on some mission to try to make me feel old. He's going to fail miserably.

School officially starts today. I'm excited. I get to get out of the house and get away from these little punks who are trying to ruin my mentality.

Ok... So, there's a movie coming out and I'm so excited about it, I can't see straight. I actually hit the mailbox this morning while trying to pull out of the driveway and think about this movie at the same time... Not really, but it could totally happen... Here's the link...

Righteous Kill

Don't get me wrong, I like a good chick flick. But give me a good cop/bad cop who thinks he's really doing good and I'm stuck... Not movin'... So, in light of this, here's my man of the day... I've loved him since I could walk... He can "hoo-wah" me anytime he want to...


Oh, and I've got a post on Operation Skinny Bitch... It's just my take on things...

11 comments:

Buwau98 said...

Wow
Thanks for visiting my blog
In my younger days, i do see the Pink Panther show and i like the music too

The characters do not speak or talk, but the actions speaks words of millions

Kirsten said...

Did we have hairdryers in the day?? He obviously hasn't seen the big hair from the '80's!!

Lipstick said...

Oh I am LMAO about the silent movie...er, cartoon comment!

Lipstick said...

Great post over at OSB! I really, really enjoyed it b/c I am not so much dieting now, but really trying to be more healthy. I want the kids to know how to eat healthy too and I know I have to be an example. I want to hear more a/b the excercise ball too! My friend from pharm school swears by it!

morewineplease said...

I could watch that movie with my eyes and ears covered... its a love hate realtionship!!
WHOOO - HAAAAAAA

FlowerGirl said...

Buwau98: Yes, Pink Panter was ALL about that awesome music. Plus, he was really cool...

Kirsten: It was also about how much STIFF STUFF you could use - ha!

Lipstick: Exercise balls rule. Go get yourself one. They come with a chart... I LOVE MINE...

MWP: There's no one in Hollywood cooler, huh? Iconic legend... That can tango... Blind... And always hits the bad guys... Or gets away from the good guys...

Annette Piper said...

My kids are tryint to turn me into a geriatric as well. I think ALL kids do this. We have been asked if there were CARS when we were little. *sigh* I had a friend over the other day and her 5 year old asked her how old she was. When she heard the answer, Miss 5 said "I can't even COUNT that high"!

Mommie Mayhem said...

Yea my nieces wanted to know if I had cds back in my day... umm I'm only 26. Anyway .. yes we did send you the email ..... Check out the interview questions , fill them out then email it back... it has to go up this Friday !! LOL

Ghazala Khan said...

Interview Request

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We at TPS are carrying out a new series of interviews with the notable passionate bloggers, writers, and webmasters. In that regard, we would like to interview you, if you don't mind. Please send us your approval for your interview at my email address "ghazala.khi at gmail.com", so that I could send you the Interview questions. We would be extremely grateful.

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Cant Hardly Wait said...

Kids always say the most sincere disheartening things, don't they?

I haven't heard of the movie yet. I think I live under a rock and never realized it until now.

georgie said...

I need to go read your post over at OSB-

My beans crack up over 8 tracks and cassette tapes they think i am a fossil

I'm baccccckkkkk (I think-I hope lol) I left you a lil something on my blogger