[Bonus for me! I was about to start a new post when I saw this in my “drafts” folder. All written but never published! How great is that, cuz I should be writing the new book that keeps tugging on my imagination.]
I was just thinking…
Why would anyone choose to watch a TV show advertised as “addictive”? Isn’t that a Bad Thing? Would you buy a product with that label? I suppose some might. ((sigh))
Shouldn’t the ratings for “Wall-E” note that it has “Brief language”? And almost all Terrence Malick movies?
Speaking of movie ratings, I don’t mind the sex and violence, but I’m tired of watching movies with “thematic elements.” Enough already! Why do I have to put up with so many thematic elements?? Hollywood must be going crazy!
As Dave Barry would say, I am not making this up: I saw this crawl line streaming under an “entertainment news” program (real names long forgotten): “So-and-so and someone-or-other may or may not be dating.” Yeah, that should cover it.
Snorkel is a fun word.
Someone threw a new phone book in my driveway. Really? If I were so old I still used a phone book, I wouldn’t be able to reach down that far.
Didja ever notice that when someone says, “To make a long story short,” it’s already too late?
When speaking before a large group, almost everyone thinks they don’t need a mike. They do.
Overheard: “I usually always…”
Is it time to enforce affirmative action in Hollywood?
The latest commercials for Cadillac use the tag line “dare greatly.” Huh?!?! Is there a less daring choice for a vehicle??
Anyway, that’s what I was thinking ’bout.