May 17, 2008
One of my roommates cleaned up that giant wad of pubic hair and in noticing it, I reflected on something gross that I leave in the bathroom a lot.
Second Video: Movie Review of Narnia
L'Italiana and I went to see Prince Caspian last night. I wasn't impressed.
Posted by: Qwertz at May 17, 2008 08:21 PM (oXrE3)
Thanks for the help with that!
Posted by: Flibbertigibbet at May 17, 2008 08:52 PM (dRfpI)
I come from a long line of dentists...my brother and father are in the profession...I'm the odd one out in my family.
How is the goatee being received? I will admit that I think you look better clean shaven...a more clean cut preppy look.
Posted by: colin at May 17, 2008 09:10 PM (0xtkQ)
The goatee is getting mixed reviews. Some people really like it and some people don't say anything. I have to keep it trimmed, though, or else it looks really bad -- like in these two videos.
It's a look. I wish it didn't take me two weeks to grow it out to a point where it looks decent at all because I really like how it looks when I'm going for a certain style.
In any case, it's definitely not permanent.
Posted by: Flibbertigibbet at May 17, 2008 09:17 PM (dRfpI)
hi! hi! hi!
yay! lips are in synch
videos are great!
in first video (gross), the sound faded away close to the end and went mute. i thought it was my computer's volume that was going low
the narnia books were written around the same time and used similar mythology as the l.o.t.r. with minotaurs, centaurs, goblins and such. not exactly sure which books were written first - narnia or l.o.t.r. too tired and too late for me to look online
by the way, don't video games also have centaurs and goblins too.
the reason why they may look similar is because WETA, the ppl behind the cgi in l.o.t.r. are part involved in this movie and did the cgi.
i haven't seen the movie yet and i cannot wait to go see it later this week.
i enjoyed the books. if you haven't read them, the books are much easier to read, their vocabulary and understanding is much easier than lets say l.o.t.r.
when i saw the first narnia movie, i didn't enjoy much as i was expecting more and to some extent similar to the book. but hey, no movie ever equals the book. when i saw narnia on dvd though i did enjoy more. i think i had lowered my expectations by then
Posted by: roberto M at May 18, 2008 12:40 AM (ZStxt)
I use Rembrandt original toothpaste.
Posted by: colin at May 18, 2008 03:02 PM (0xtkQ)
i think you need to let them dry. maybe then it will look like flibbi's - remember that he had left them there a while.
Posted by: roberto M at May 18, 2008 08:58 PM (ZStxt)
I use Crest ultimate whatever it is.
The dental floss isn't under the water, so it stays pretty dry for the most part, but when I'm done, I wrap it up pretty tightly and it stays that way.
Maybe I'll make a video about how I wrap my floss...
Posted by: Flibbertigibbet at May 19, 2008 07:15 AM (ErOeR)
I only recently (as in two weeks ago) got around to watching the first Narnia movie - on network telly, because I refused to even put it in my Netflix queue.
The first thing what struck me about the first Narnia movie was just how much of it was lifted, both visually and in terms of dialogue, from the 1979 Children's Television Workshop cartoon version, up with which I grew. There were a few unique scenes (e.g., Peter v. Maugrim on the melting river), but great gulping chunks of it were all but identical.
Posted by: Qwertz at May 19, 2008 07:06 PM (oXrE3)
Posted by: Flibbertigibbet at May 19, 2008 08:13 PM (dRfpI)
PS: Notice how I did that? I picked something that you should do that involves going to a place where you would be most unlikely to want to demonstrate used-floss winding.
Posted by: Qwertz at May 20, 2008 08:13 PM (oXrE3)
But we'll see how it goes.
Posted by: Flibbertigibbet at May 20, 2008 10:13 PM (dRfpI)
Posted by: WillySF at May 20, 2008 10:29 PM (k8goc)
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