The Leominster Target once again has Pepsi Icees! All is right with the
(And don’t try to shake me with the “Burger King has Coke Icees” crap.
These are amazing and the BK drinks taste like foam. No comparison.
I just hope they don’t disappear too quickly. I’d like to have another
one next week.
We’re watching one of the two Scooby Doo live action movies – you know, the ones with the CGI Scooby and Freddie Prinze Jr. I just realized this is about the fifth time I’ve watched this one, the Spooky Island one. And you know what? For all the crap reviews it got when it came out, it’s not a bad movie. It doesn’t make we want to run screaming from the room, which is a big bonus.
Plus, you get the chance to hear Sarah Michelle Gellar say “Hey, I can look at myself naked” which is nice.
So this is how I’m spending my evening. Kind of disappointing, as Mr. Dump and I were supposed to be going out with my sister and her husband and another couple for dinner and a comedy show. You don’t know how disappointed I am all all this snow tonight. And I don’t think they’re going to reschedule the comedy show. I’m all boo-boo faced here.
So what stupid movies have YOU watched many times? On purpose?
Did Tina Cervasio just say a moment was captured by “hundreds of flashing photographers”?
Anyone else picturing a lot of guys in trenchcoats?
On the drive to work this morning (when else?) I heard a Cumberland Farms commercial for their coffee. You know, from that addict who, when her kids are bored, takes them to Cumbies for a “fountain drink”. Because nothing eases boredom more than your mom taking you to a convenience store for a sugar and caffeine-based beverage!
This morning she was telling us all that she stupidly thought the coffee at Cumbies couldn’t match what they sell at coffee shops, until she tried it. She stated that they use “imported beans”. Well doesn’t that sound classy! I have to say, I think that even Sanka is made with imported beans, but I could be wrong. Maybe farmers in Indiana have plowed under their corn and wheat to grow coffee. The only domestic coffee I’m aware of (and I’ll admit I’m no expert) is Kona, from Hawaii, and that stuff is high quality. Not that people think of Hawaii when they think of something being domestic, of course. Anyhoo, God Bless Cumberland Farms for importing coffee beans. It’s about time someone had the nerve to do so!