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How Does that Make Me Feel: Creepy A** S***

Greetings readers! I've certainly participated in a lot of pop culture lately. I got to see an American teen classic last week for the first time: Final Destination. Last night Qualler and I saw the new Woody Allen flick, Whatever Works, and the Comedy Central series Michael and Michael have Issues was on. But the the thing that sticks out in my mind more than anything is a creepy, creepy, CREEPY viral cartoon that most people probably saw years ago. I had a lot of mixed feelings this week, but the creeped out feeling is the one that lingers...

Final Destination
One thing that I feel goes along with Summer as well as bonfires and barbecues is bad horror movies. This Saturday I finally saw Final Destination along with Chris and Qualler. I have to say...while it was not nearly as good as my personal favorite Scream, it was pretty good in the bad-good and still kinda scary for Brigitte sense. I enjoyed myself completely, though the switch between being frightened about my own final destination (we all have one! You can't cheat Death!) and laughing out loud with my friends made me feel: Confused.Whatever Works
Overall, I have to say that it was pretty M'eh. I enjoyed it the way I enjoy most Woody Allen films, because they are interestingly shot and the music is nice. I also enjoyed some of the twists and turns of the plot, but I could have done without the obligatory young woman falling in love with and pursuing a crotchety old man ending in a May/December romance that makes me feel queasy. It also makes me feel kinda sad that when Woody Allen has to cast a younger man to play the role that he used to play, he casts Larry David (who I suppose I'd marry over Woody Allen). However, I did laugh quite a few times, and I was entertained all the way through. So despite the things I didn't like, the movie made me feel: Content.Michael & Michael Have Issues
This ranked a more positive M'eh than Whatever Works, as in a "m'eh, yeah, it was pretty good...pretty, pretty good!". Michael Showalter and Michael Ian Black are consistently funny, and it's good to see them on the air again (even if David Wain is missing from the group). I'm not sure how I feel about the whole show within a show concept, and it seems a little more straightforward/accessible than Stella, but it was funny. I'm excited to see how the season will unfold and if the concept of Michael and Michael having to work together but hating each other will get old, but this first episode made me feel: Very Happy.Salad Fingers
After Final Destination ended, Lady Amy joined in the party and we decided to fill our evening with You Tube videos. We revisted some old favorites, and we also saw THE MOST HORRIFYING AND CAPTIVATING THING I'VE SEEN IN AWHILE AND I DON'T KNOW WHY IT MAKES ME SO AFRAID AND SO INTRIGUED AT THE SAME TIME BUT IT DOES! Salad Fingers made me feel: Very Sad and Confused and Afraid.

That's all for tonight--enjoy!

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  1. Anonymous Christine | 11:26 AM |  

    I feel very very sad for Salad Fingers. I want to help him.

  2. Blogger Papa Thor | 8:14 PM |  

    There is a reason you are intrigued by Salad Fingers, my dear Brigitte, but perhaps that reason should not be revealed. Unless you are ready to remember your "reindeer."

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