Friday, May 30, 2014

Dinner And A Show



The new Jodorowsky movie is at the Crest tonight at 7:30. I just got invited to a fun event at Witch Room so I am going to that instead but luckily they are showing it tomorrow, too. This is a good deal because it includes drinks1 Not sure about the band but who knows?

Saw Chef yesterday. It's fine. Here are a couple of taglines I made up. Chef: finally a movie about people fucking with their phones! Chef: no conflict, just hot lady asses and loving shots of food. Chef: a movie that your mom will love!

It did make me hungry and I was like "I should eat more good food and stop eating sardines and crackers for dinner". Then I had to return something at the mall and got a veggie corndog at Hot Dog On A Stick. LOL. Those things are so low calorie! Like 220 and meanwhile a pretzel across the way is around 500. I have officially shopped at Ann Taylor Loft for work clothes and bought navy slacks. Finally a real adult at 40. That part of being 40 is fun. The I Feel Bad About My Neck part not so much. But it beats being dead amiright?

9 comments:

Teeni said...

I have a serious pop culture question. Is the Halloween show considered cosplay? I mean if you dress up. I need to know for my nerd resume.

P.S. Did Arden LOFT have any of that Lou & Grey line? Some of that stuff looks so nice.

NL

Cody S. said...

Halloween show not cosplay. Maybe just my opinion?

Anonymous said...

The Jodoworsky film is showing tomorrow night too. Let's go, if you're free.

DKK

Caroline said...

I don't consider it cosplay, which seems to focus on fictional characters... Sorry to disappoint.

beckler said...

GWAR did technically LARP however.

I did not notice that line at the Loft. I will surely be back. Dress for success!

Stephen Glass said...

Your officially crossed the daunting Ann Taylor Loft Threshold. Today, Becky, you have self-actualized 40.

Scott Miller said...

Today's Drabble was a searing indictment of people fucking with their phones & the Communication Age in general.

yolkie said...

I loathe all comic strips that address technology. It is almost always painful.

beckler said...

if you eliminated comic strips about laziness, technology, and snowmen only Mark Trail would be left.

Pay attention to the snow man thing during the winter and you will see what I mean.