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Step Brothers The Movie T Shirts
- (Step-brotherhood) A stepfamily, also known as a blended family or reconstituted family, is a family in which one or both members of the couple have children from a previous relationship.
- Alan Daniel Maman (born October 25, 1977), better known as The Alchemist, is a hip hop producer, DJ and rapper. He hails from Beverly Hills, California.
- Step Brothers is a 2008 American slapstick buddy-comedy film directed by Adam McKay, produced by Judd Apatow and Jimmy Miller, and stars Will Ferrell and John C. Reilly, who last teamed up in '''' (2006).
- A T-shirt (T shirt or tee) is a shirt which is pulled on over the head to cover most of a person's torso. A T-shirt is usually buttonless and collarless, with a round neck and short sleeves.
- (t-shirt) jersey: a close-fitting pullover shirt
- (T Shirt (album)) T Shirt is a 1976 album by Loudon Wainwright III. Unlike his earlier records, this (and the subsequent 'Final Exam') saw Wainwright adopt a full blown rock band (Slowtrain) - though there are acoustic songs on T-Shirt, including a talking blues.
- A short-sleeved casual top, generally made of cotton, having the shape of a T when spread out flat
- Motion pictures generally or the motion-picture industry
- a form of entertainment that enacts a story by sound and a sequence of images giving the illusion of continuous movement; "they went to a movie every Saturday night"; "the film was shot on location"
- A film, also called a movie or motion picture, is a story conveyed with moving images. It is produced by recording photographic images with cameras, or by creating images using animation techniques or visual effects. The process of filmmaking has developed into an art form and industry.
- A story or event recorded by a camera as a set of moving images and shown in a theater or on television; a motion picture
- A movie theater
- M.O.V.I.E. is a video game written by Dusko Dimitrijevic for the ZX Spectrum and Amstrad CPC and was published by Imagine Software in 1986.
The Red Suit.....as seen in my blog, that I don't keep up anymore.
Many of you have heard the story of me and the red suit, but most of you have not actually "seen" pictures of the red suit....And for those of you who have never heard the story or seen pictures, then you're in for a treat because here and now, I am going to tell you the story of all stories.... The Red Suit Once upon a time there was a little girl who was in Mrs. Coash 3rd grade class. She was a bright girl full of life and charm (look its my story....you want a story about you? write one) Now where was I? .....oh yes....life and charm.... While in class this young bright girl would dream of yellow brick roads, candy canes, and ways to smother her pesky little brother without anyone putting the blame on her. It was during one of these fantasies that Mrs. Coash had an announcement. The announcement would be revealed after 2nd recess and everyone was giddy with anticipation. (ok, perhaps "giddy" is not the right word, but I am leading up to something here) After recess, the students filed into the classroom wondering what the announcement would be. Could it be that Mrs. Coash finally decided to remove her moustache? Or could it be that the principle was in fact a cross dresser at night and was recently caught peddling lingerie? Oh, the anticipation was excruciating! After the 2nd recess bell rang and the class settled down......Mrs. Coash stood up......announced to the class that.......are you ready......ok, here it is...... The class was going to put on a play for our parents!!! WHAT!!???? A play???!!!! What about the catapillar growing on your lip????!!! Needless to say we all cheered at the announcement..... Seems that the play we were going to perform was about Smokey the Bear and the dangers of forest fires. Not exactly Rent or Dreamgirls, but what the hell. Now because we are the 3rd Grade class of Matheson Park we have no budget, it is up to the students and parents to make the costumes. Because this was 3rd grade, we didn't have auditions or anything we were told that the characters were placed on the board. Everyone ran to the board looking for their name....Boys were wondering if they would play Smokey, girls were wondering if they were going to be the Mountain slut. (again this was a long time ago, I am just making 1/2 this stuff up, although I did hear that one of my classmates did go on and became the junior high school slut of the year) Anyway, I digress, as the bright, cheerful girl scanned the list for her name, she wondered, would there be a singing solo? Should I get acting lessons to improve my already natural capabilities? As thoughts raced in her mind, she finally found her name and was surprised to found that she would play the part of Narrator. At first she was upset, there would be no physical acting but then realized that none of the fools she went to school with had a nice speaking voice like she, so it was only obvious why Mrs. Coash handpicked her to do the important job. After school, the excited children ran home to tell their parents the fantastic news! The young girl walked the 30 steps from the classroom door to the air conditioned, green, Chevy Nova. Why? Cuz this girl did NOT WALK HOME! She was forced to walk home 1 time and that was so traumatic that her mother never made her do it again. (That will be another blog entry soon) Anyway, as the girl uses all of her might to shut the 85 pound car door she shoots a look to her brother as if to say, don't mess with me today, I have big things going on. Now, I am not certain of the exact conversation but I think it went something like this.... Mother: How was your day at school princess? The Princess: It was ok, we are.... Interupted by troll brother..... "Mom, she's touching me!!!" Mother: Son, cut it out, leave your sister alone!! It looks like she has exciting news and wants to tell us all about it. The Princess: (sighs) Thank you Mother, sometimes he can be such a pain. The Mother: I know dear, your father and I think there is something wrong with him, we are waiting to take him to the Doctor to have him analyzed....But please continue with your exciting news.... The Princess: We are putting together a play for the parents and I am playing the narrator, and you need to make my costume! The play is 3 weeks from this friday! The girl thinks.....wait....what the hell does a narrator wear? The Mother: (thinking) 3 weeks from friday, 3 weeks from friday, 3 weeks from friday. She then realizes that 3 weeks from friday is the day her Adult Bible Study Group/Bowling League is leaving for Las Vegas, and won't be able to make the play. They are hoping to win enough money to send the boy to a special school where he won't feel like an outcast and figure out why he picks his toenails all the time. So, as to not wanting to disappoint her daughter, she comes up with a plan to make the girl an outfit that will end all outfits. After dumping the boy with his father, the beautiful moth
101.365 In a Blur
My grandmother sent me a letter today. It read (or some of it did anyway): "Study hard these next few weeks of school. High School in the fall. Can you believe it?" Uhm. No. No I can't. xDD Anyway, prepare for an extremely long description. I've made it to my 100th 365 day! But since it took me so long, I’m posting this list on my 101st photo. My 100th photo didn’t really relate to 100. But this project is about learning more about yourself, right? Sorta. Well, I thought I would take the time to write down 100 random facts about myself (and my beliefs) at the moment. 1. I'm disgusted at how huge my shadow is in my 100th picture. So I've made a new commitment of losing at least 5 pounds every month. I need to get a scale so I can track it. 2. What inspired me to lose weight was a Dove Chocolate wrapper that had a message inside. It read: "If they can do it, so can't you." 3. I believe that my soul mate could be anyone, regardless of gender (age, race, you get the picture :P). 4. "Right Down the Line" by Gerry Rafferty and "Faithfully" by Journey are two of my favorite love songs. 5. I can lip-sync to the movie National Treasure
word for word. 6. I met both of my best friends online. I've known them for about 3 years. 7. I'm not very good expressing myself through talking, and I often offend people because I don't explain myself clearly. 8. I'm a very different person online and often taken advantage of the fact that no one can reach me through my computer screen. 9. I have the logic of a five year old. If you can't see it, it can't see you.
That is the sentence that repeats through my head after I have watched a horror film and I'm trying to sleep. 10. Movies that animals die in (such as Mighty Joe Young and King Kong) make me bawl. But I don't cry when humans die. D: 11. I want to get snake bite piercings. 12. I watch movies online that I probably shouldn't. 13. Although I really like scary movies, I can't watch anything that has a possessed character in it (like the Exorcist). I've only seen clips of that movie and I bet I won't see it until I'm a lot
older. Possession scares the crap out of me. 14. I think Dita Von Teese and Liv Tyler are two of the most beautiful women in the world. Anthony Hopkins and Joaquin Phoenix are two of the most handsome men. :P 15. Guys should have the long hair and girls should have the short. 16. When I was little, I had to get my tonsils out. I used to hide my medicine in my favorite recliner so I wouldn't have to take it. I have a fear of medicine going into my body. I even refuse to take tylenol or advil for a headache unless it's extremely painful. 17. When people used to ask me where my dad was, I would always make a story up. Two of the ones I can remember are “He drowned in his boat” and “When he was making something in his workshop he cut off his hand died.” Yes, my mind morbid even when I was young. 18. Metallica was my first ever obsession. I have posters, CDs, a t-shirt, magazines, a purse, and stickers all with their logo. 19. In my lifetime, I think I have completed only two stories that I started writing. They were both for school projects. 20. I think that serial killers are interesting. Not for what they did, but how they explain what they did and why they did it. 21. I despise cleanliness. My room is filled with clutter and I like it that way. Usually it’s not filthy (like I don’t have food under my bed and mold growing on my pillows) but I like it when there is stuff on the floor. 22. I’ve considered abandoning the thought of becoming a CSI and becoming an actress or musician instead. 23. I’m a very jealous person and I used to flip every time someone commented on my friend’s Myspace page (hence why I never will go on that site again). 24. I would like to become nocturnal but it’s nearly impossible for me to sleep during the day. 25. I spent 6 years of my life playing Neopets and I still can’t believe how much time I wasted on there. 26. When I was in pre-school, I remember I used to kiss the boys and pretend they were my boyfriends. Yes, very sad, I know. 27. I would really like to learn French and would probably make the compromise of going to public school if I could learn it. 28. If I am interested in a certain subject or person I will learn as much as I can about it/them. Hopefully it’s not considered like… stalking or something but I know a lot about certain celebrities. 29. I like having crooked teeth, but a lot of my family dislikes them. 30. Thinking about the future makes my stomach really weak. I’m often worried what this world is coming to. 31. I would like to become an old rodent lady. I want to have rabbits, guinea pigs, ferrets, rats, chinchillas, hamsters, mice… all that jazz. I really like little fuzzy things like that. 32. One of my favorite things to do when I’m in Maine is watch reality TV shows with my brother. Parental Control