Tuesday, May 27, 2008

MORE Visual Updates?!

We spent Memorial Day eating Chipotle at a park, playing catch, having Indian food for dinner, and watching the entirely-too-gory* No Country For Old Men. Because...why barbecue for Memorial Day when you can eat Mexican and Indian!?

So, I thought I'd try my hand at this uploading video thing...

Lunch was had right next to this historical park - like 3 feet from the fence. But it costs $8 per person to get in, so you know we're too cheap (and poor!) for that. So watch Mike's extreme rebellion:
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A la The Office style filming. :) (Or so I'd like to think.)

Our friend makes a funny joke about the 60 year old waitress in the restaurant, where he got a refill of root beer:
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(can you hear it over the din of my EXTREMELY LOUD LAUGHTER!?)

Mike and Our Friend talk about the umbrella in their way.
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I know, that was a cliffhanger, folks. (Again, I apologize for my LOUDNESS.) (And no offense meant about the border. It was a joke, see video #1.)

You know, some people post videos of their adorable children. Not me. Nope, I post videos my loud laughter, boring stories, and my adorable husband.

* I hate, hate HATE gory movies. You'd have to pay me hundreds of dollars to watch Saw 1, 2, or 3 with my eyes open. HATE. I was knitting to keep my mind and eyes off the TV. Just way. too. scary.

4 comments:

  1. I can't stand gory movies either!!

    My friend told me one thing about that movie and I was a no show on that one!

    Good job on the vids! Keep em coming!

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  2. I really really liked No Country, but I too thought it was extremly bloody!!

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  3. I hate gory movies too. The last scary movie I saw was Cloverfield and I had my eyes covered for most of it. Fortunately we saw it during the day.

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  4. That sounds like an excellent Memorial Day to be honest. All you had to say was "Chipotle" and I was hooked.

    And I agree with you (kinda). I didn't think No Country for Old Men was too GORY, but too CREEPY, yes.

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