[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…”
A couple of cool bumper stickers I’ve seen recently:
I know I’ve beaten up “Boyhood” enough, but didn’t the “7 Up” documentary series do the same thing earlier… and infinitely better?
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.