Syfy channel is known for having some low budget ridiculous sci-fi movies. Recently, they may have had their best and worst movie yet: Sharknado. It's a movie about Tornadoes that sling man eating sharks and people. Yep, you read it right... it's a movie about shark tornadoes.
The internet is full of lists, and why not? They're easy to read... they don't take any time commitment to gloss over, and people like them. I've found many lists on the web or social media like "You know you're a 70's baby when...", "You grew up in the 90's if..." etc. Most of them are pretty pointless and stupid. However, today I found a list on Buzzfeed that described me perfectly. "30 Signs You're Almost 30."
I was laid up on the couch yesterday after my own extreme thrill seeking injury, and watched TV all day. It's something that I don't get to do very often. Scrolling through the channels, I found a couple of episodes back to back of "Off The Hook: Extreme Catches." I'm hooked.
Embarrassing to admit, but it all started this past weekend when I asked the dog, "do you do the doggy" in reference to Blake Shelton's Boy's 'Round Here song. My husband laughed and sang "ooooh, that's right" (referring to the Pistol Annie's part of the song). Then he asked me what the dougie really is and this blog was born. Do YOU do the dougie?
It worked for me! Pretty girl! Optical illusions are always baffling to me. I especially hate the one where you're sitting in the car in the store parking lot waiting for your husband to come out with WAY more stuff than he went in for and the car parked next to you starts moving. It gives me a start because I think our car is moving for a few seconds before it registers in my brain. I know you're brain has something to do with it, so, how DOES an optical illusion work?
You know, I heard about this story and laughed out loud. Then I saw the picture of the tea kettle and, perhaps its the power of suggestion, but I do think this tea kettle sold by JCPenney kinda looks like Hitler. It's such a ridiculous thing to even talk about, but after it went viral JCPenney pulled the California billboard and the product is now on back order.
Cathy was doing her normal rambling about things this morning when she mentioned I had a better view of the outdoors because I was closer to the door. I found this funny, considering we don't even have a window and we are in the middle of the building.
Cartoon characters may seem zany and carefree, but, like us, they have deep, dark secrets. And you don’t always have to look too closely to see them. In fact, there are plenty of animated characters who’ve had brushes with the law
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