Wednesday, April 18, 2012


Recently I was watching some end of the world type movies.
As I was watching I noticed people were being killed left and right.
They were there for a second then they were dead.

I had never noticed that before.
As I kept watching I realized I had never before payed attention to all the dead bodies.
The way in which they died and so on.
Usually I would simply cringe and move on, but usually not even that.

You could say I was over thinking it.
I know they were just movies, just actors doing their job.
I don't know. I probably am over thinking it but it just made me sad.

That's what I get for watching end of the world movies during a thunder storm in a dark room.

Saturday, April 7, 2012

Dear Youtubers,

I ran across a quote today that I thought was most entertaining. Therefore I now write to you all so you can make music videos for it.

May the odds be ever in your favor,

"When I walk out the shop, this is what I see, Katniss Everdeen is staring at me, I got a loaf in my hand and I ain't afraid to throw it, throw it, throw it... I'M PEETA AND I KNOW IT!"

Sunday, April 1, 2012

Merry Christmas!

April Fools! haha Bet you fell for that one.

Alrighty so lets get cracking. 
It's a very punny kind of day. 

Alright so lately I have been terribly busy. 
Therefore not many posts.

I did however go to the midnight showing of The Hunger Games. 
It was o.k.
O: Outstandingly 
K: Kool-aid!

In case you do not know. 
I live in the middle of nowhere next to a cow.

I have never read the Hunger Games series.
My sister however has. 

So since her birthday was recently I promised I would take her to see the midnight showing.
Which I did.

I didn't think many people were going to be there considering..
1. The nearest movie theater is two towns over.
2. It is tiny. 
3. The biggest room holds around 300 people.
4. It was a school night.
But of course I was wrong. 

I would type up everything that happened but instead I will just give you 3 bullet points and a doodle.
  1. Everyone was there. From the preppy we own the world teens to the monotone voice history teacher.
  2. Most rooms if not EVERY room there was showing the movie Hunger Games.
  3. Everyone thought it would be fun to interact with the film so yelling out things were ok to do, even applauded.