Terri's Cellar Door

Stuff that happens to me, Terri.

Sunday, October 31, 2004

Homestar Halloween

A Halloween card, from me to you.

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Saturday, October 30, 2004

More Hate to Spread Around

I just got back from the mall, because of a series of unexpected circumstances. And instead of finishing up my Halloween movie review, which I will finish, eventually, I've decided to make some more notes on my 'I Hate' list. I've been editing it here and there and I just wanted to get it off my chest.

-The makers of 'Win a Date with Tad Hamilton'
Is this what we've come to? Movies about reality shows? I mean, I know this isn't the first (the Truman Show comes to mind), but this is really just kicking a dead horse. I haven't even seen it yet. I would rather stab out my eyeballs with knitting needles of course, but still.

-Candy Corn
I know that this is a matter of personal preference, but candy corn is just nasty. I'm sorry. Wait, no I'm not. It really is disgusting.

-That AOL smiley with it's tongue sticking out
I just hate that little thing. It's so weird looking.

Firstly, yeah that's a great idea, lets stick little mechanisms into our ears that blast the music DIRECTLY into our ear drums. Secondly, they make my jaw hurt. Thirdly, people with them think they're SO cool.

-Guys who wear Abercrombie and Fitch
I just think that you all look like tools. Just add those stupid little hemp necklaces and you'll be all decked out! They look like those guys in the MADtv skits from Abercrombie and they're so obviously gay that they just need to accept it and move on. You guys are either A) so deep in the closet, you're finding Christmas presents (so stolen from Family Guy) or B) letting your girlfriends dress you. Here's some advice. Stop it!

Happy Halloween!

So, last night, in my dorm we had a Monster Movie Marathon. Sounds promising, right? Not really. We watched three movies; Dawn of the Dead, Rob Zombie's House of 1000 Corpses, and The Original Texas Chainsaw Massacre. I will offer detailed reviews of each movie, so that this Halloween, you can save yourself the time, and the effort of watching these movies, and being scared yourself.

1) Dawn of the Dead: Well, this one was pretty good. Pretty, scary. Funny at times, just like a good scary movie should be. Here's the plot from movies.yahoo.com: "As the United States is turned upside-down by a strange plague-like event in which millions of corpses walk the earth as blood-thirsty zombies (with the recently-deceased that the zombies kill usually returning as zombies themselves, multiplying their number), a small group of survivors of the onslaught, which include a nurse (Polley) and a police officer (Rhames), try to find shelter and protection within a massive shopping mall in the mid-sized city of Everett, WA. What they don't reckon on is that the zombies still have some sort of residual memory, and *everyone* loves going to the mall, right? Realizing that their time is running out, they decide to make another attempt at flight, to a presumably un-zombie-infested island, but to do so, they'll have to get past thousands of zombies in-between... " Anyway, like a said, not a masterpiece, but pretty good. And the black guy made it out okay.

2) Rob Zombie's House of 1000 Corpses: Garbage. GAAARBAGE. Seriously, there are no words for how much this movie sucked. I'm afraid of everything in the world and this movie didn't even make me jump. I plan on writing Rob Zombie a very angry letter. Hopefully it will scare him more than his crappy movie scared me.

I've actually exhausted my 'feel like writing' reserves for this post. So, I'm going to leave you with the traditional cliff hanger ending. It will leave you begging for more. Actually, I'm just going to dinner. So anyway, when I return. Part 2: Monster Movie Madness: The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, and Sally's Massive Street Cred.

Wednesday, October 27, 2004

meme, i hate u

Well, this person gets on my nerves. Because of their lack of punctuation and little thing I like to call 'grammar'. Seriously, the English major in me wants to rip out this person's jugular, and the rest of me just wants to take a crap on their grave. I don't know where all the rage comes from. The first post is here, with my response:


This is their response to that comment:

"ok i am poting this because you posted a rude comment that wasn't even called for ok....i don't know who you are and i honestly don't care...and who are you calling a freak....have u looked in the mirror lately...your comment wasn't even needed ecause i don't even care t begin with"

Firstly, is 'poting' even a word? And if you get at me for making fun of an obvious typo (though with meme, I just don't know) just go check out their blog, but don't look around too much, because your IQ could be adversely affected. Anyway here's my response:

"Seriously, this has nothing to do with the post, but your blog... It's called punctuation, look into it. Seriously, these kids today you'd think that a grade school education would instill commas and periods into their writing style, but nope. Heaven forbid that a semicolon should show up. Anyway, dude, check your grammar."

And my response on their blog:

It's mean, but in that loving way. No, seriously, it's just mean.

Tuesday, October 26, 2004

My Team

My team. I'm just going with who I have. Seriously, they're pretty darn good, and I think that we all have a shot.

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Honda Quiz Championship

Well, tomorrow I'm doing some sort of Honda Quiz Championship thing. I used to do a thing like this in High School. It was called High Q and boy was it fun. I made a lot of friends doing that and we had tons of fun. Seriously, a lot. We went to tournaments and met other people, and we even had our own inside joke. It was James Joyce. That was the inside joke. Whenever you didn't know an answer you would just say James Joyce. The funny thing about it was that it could be a math question, or a science question or anything and we'd just answer James Joyce. It really goes to show what a huge group of nerd we were. Stefanie, Josh, Jason, Tim, and others. I can't really remember anybody else. Mrs. Blaisdell-Buck was our advisor and coach and she rocked. She was one of the best teachers that I knew. It was one of the best times I ever had in high school. Also, shout out to Mr. Mike Prater. I had a HUGE crush on you at the time. Anyway, this Honda thing is going to be pretty fun, and I hope that I do well. This is just the beginning. Whoever wins this goes to the Champioship in Jacksonville. So, I'm hoping that we do well.

Monday, October 25, 2004


It's cute, but at the same time, I don't know. I'm just having a hard time justifying this to myself. I spent the other half of the evening listening to the Star Wars Battlegrounds soundtrack. The song? Imperial March


Check it out. I mean, I won't be able to sleep tonight, but you might be different.

Fall is Here! Run little squirrels, run!

Another picture.

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Some pictures. Just enjoy them.

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Sunday, October 24, 2004

About Me!

I hate these, but since I took the time to fill it out, I'm subjecting you to it.

1. What is your full name? Terri Nathine Frances

2. What color pants are you wearing? Pumpkin Pie

3. What are you listening to right now? A horse with no name (oldies)

4. What is the last thing you ate? Broccoli and Cheese Rice

5. Do you wish on stars? Not so much anymore, because you never know whether it's a star or a 747

6. How is the weather right now? Cloudy, yeah

7. Last person you talked to on the phone? I'm talking to Imani right

8. Do you like the person who sent you this? Yes, YaY Ingrid

9. How are you today? Feeling good, just got over a bug, missed a lot of class so, a little depressed

10. Favorite drink? Tea OR Gatorade

11. Favorite alcoholic drink? I don't drink. That's a bit of a wimpy answer, so Scotch on the rocks!

12. Favorite sport? Is getting to class on time a sport?

13. Hair color? Black

14. Eye color? Brown

15. Do you wear contacts or glasses? Neither, perfect vision, YaY!

16. # of siblings? 4

17. Favorite Month? April, cause it's my b-day

18. Favorite food? Probably pizza, or tuna

19. Last movie you watched? Woman, Thou Art Loosed, hopefully The Grudge soon.

20. Favorite Day of the year? Any Saturday

21. What do you do to vent anger? Keep it all inside until it explodes, then find a creative way to hide the body.

22. What was your favorite toy as a child? I truthfully don't remember. Probably my imaginary friends. No, seriously.

23. Summer or winter? They're both pretty sucky. I like Spring best

24. Hugs or Kisses? Hugs, kisses are alot

25. Chocolate or vanilla? I used to love Chocolate, but now I'm more Vanilla

27. Do you want your friends to email you back? Yes

28. Who is the most likely to respond? England, Imani, everybody else probably already has it. I have a very small circle of friends.

29. Who is least likely to respond? Lauren

30. Living arrangements? Dorm

31. When was the last time you cried? Listening to Mad World, in my room, in the dark. And thinking about 4 more years with Bush.

32. What is under your bed? A basket, all my Xbox stuff, and all my DVDs and VHSs

33. Who is the friend you have had the longest? Probably the twins. Ingrid, then England.

34. What did you do last night? Cooked dinner, too! Talked on the hone with Imani. Made up an imaginary husband (you'll all be getting pictures later)

35. Favorite smells? Morning

36. Who inspires you? Injustice, seriously

37. What are you afraid of? Spiders, I can't really think of anything else, maybe 4 more years with Bush.

38. Plain, buttered or salted popcorn? Salted, but not to much.

39. Favorite car? Jeep Liberty, maybe something small and fast

40. Favorite flower? Don't really have one

41. Number of keys on your key ring? 5

42. Can you juggle? A little

43. Favorite day of the week? Saturday

44. What did you do on your last birthday? I truthfully don't remember

45. Do you have a donor card? Blood (yes) Organ (no)

The View Outside my Window

This is a picture from outside my window. I don't know why I thought you'd be interested in this. But, here you go. I'm feeling better today, BTW. I really think I'm finally gettng over this virus, which is good. But I also missed a lot of class, so that makes me feel a little bad.

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Saturday, October 23, 2004


Every couple of seconds it feels like someone is hammering a spike into my head. With a library book. And it hurts. Ouch. CURSE YOU REMNANTS OF WHATEVER VIRUS I HAD LAST WEEK!!!!!!!! KHAN!!!!!!!!!!!!!

GoGo And the Crazy 88s!

This is a cool picture from Animazement. It's this one guy dressed like Gogo from Kill Bill and a guy dressed up like one of the Crazy 88's. it's a really cute picture that I was excited to get. It was in the Dealer's Room. The one in 2003 was better.

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Friday, October 22, 2004

White Boys

I just used the title to segway into another thing that I might not hate, but gets on my nerves even though, at times, I appreciate it. And no I'm not talking about white guys. I'm talking about those websites, anyone who has even the least bit of surfer knowledge has been on these sites at least once. They're very cynical, sometimes angry, sometimes racist, web pages that really just are a vent for these guys (who are usually white, hence the title), and become really popular. Now, there's not always something wrong with these sites, in fact I happen to like this one: http://maddox.xmission.com/ but sometimes the premise gets a little old as in JasonRivera.com, which closed down recently. Anyway, it seems to me that if people would stop being so cynical and really try to be a part of the solution... Most of these guys are pretty smart, their websites are nice, and what they talk about has real meaning. And I know that the story you told about kicking your elderly neightbor in the chest wasn't real, but why even put it up? I'm not one of those Bible thumping moms who can't control their kids so I have to control everything else, but this is getting a little out of hand.

Thursday, October 21, 2004

Johnny Boy Shows Em How It's Done

John Stewart went on Crossfire and totally laid waste. It's hilarious:http://www.ifilm.com/filmdetail?ifilmid=2652831&htv=12&htv=12

He explains, I applaud here: http://www.ifilm.com/ifilmdetail/2653047

Check them out. I mean, I like them.

Another Thing

I just thought of another thing that I hate: You know when you're on another blog and you're looking around and the post will say something like, Doris was such a bi**** today. I depise it when people talk about stuff but don't give any background. You're really writing it in the tiny, desperate hope that Doris will see it, anyway.

The Flu: It Sucks

Well, I have the flu. And I feel like crap. Right now at exactly this minute. Anyway, I'm putting this pic up because it's my favorite from Animazement and I'm kind of weak and tired today. Anyway, there you have it.

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Wednesday, October 20, 2004

My Shiny Teeth and Me!

This is one of the many pictures that I have from Animazement 2004. I may or may not have mentioned that I have about three friends in the entire world, four if you count Heather (which I totally do) and five if you count Lauren. So this is one of my best friend's Ingrid, sister to England and all around the coolness. I just figured out how to get the pictures off my camera, so that explains why this oldness is getting on here. Anyway, this is Ingrid, she rocks, and we're having a ton o' fun at Animazement, even though I've stolen our attention away to take this picture. Boy, my teeth are shiny.

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Tuesday, October 19, 2004

Only Liars and Thieves Eat Grumblecakes, and Those People Go To Prison!

Just ask the Cheat! I have got to stop being so obessesed with Homestarrunner.com I don't know what I'll do if they stop making new stuff. Ever. Anywho, I'm feeling a lot better today. My neck hurts a little but my throat isn't as sore and I'm not dizzy. I'm sweating like there's no tomorrow, though. I've got to be dehydrated by now, as much as I've been sweating. Seriously, I've never sweated this much in my whole life. Much less in a couple of days. So, anyway just trying to keep cool, and as perspiration free until 8:30, which is when I'm going to see the general practitioner. Who will tell me whether I have herpes or not. Just kidding. It's more likely ghonorrea. I'm almost completely positive that I spelled that wrong. Oh well, I'm much to hot to care. I already know that I have a bit of a fever. I just wish that I could feel better already.

Monday, October 18, 2004

Kind of Lazy

Like I said, I was sick today so this is what I'm writing. Sorry.

A grasshopper walked into a bar and the bartender looked at him and said, 'Hey, we've got a drink named after you, and the grasshopper replied, 'Why would you have a drink named Bob?
The Prairie Home Companion

Two penguins were sitting on an ice floe... Just kidding.

A quote: "It's true that the clothes make the man, naked people have little or no influence in society." Mark Twain

Crap for Crap 2: It's not the first one

Anyway, sorry for not posting in so long. I've been out of town on fall break, and I haven't even looked at a computer. I think that I caught something while I was in Charlotte, but I don't wnt to claim it so I just hope this crappy feeling goes away. This weekend a couple of my friends and I went to go see 'Woman, Thou Art Loosed' and it was a pretty good movie. I liked it a lot, and the acting was dynamite. I mean, T.D. Jakes could have used a couple lessons, but mostly it was pretty cool. It's about this woman who was molested as a child by her mother's boyfriend and how after that her life spiraled out of control. It has a good morality lesson, and a lesson about the danger that many women face today. Also, it wasn't so preachy that it made you feel like you were in church. Another movie I saw was the movie "Shark Tale". It's about this shark that is trying to live his life the way he wants (he's a vegetarian and hates to see little creatures get eaten) and a fish named Oscar who wants to be rich and famous but has been working in a Whale wash his whole career. In the end it was a very Disney ending, even though it was a Dreamworks production: Even if your life sucks and you're at the bottom of the food chain, you should be happy where you are. Basically what they tell middle and lower class people, those who would be most likely to see this movie. Anyway, conspiracy theories aside, it was a pretty good movie with a bumpin' soundtrack that I couldn't get enough of, I'm even thinking about buying it. So, that's it. I still feel like crap and the Yahoo!Mail server is down, so I'm going to have to find something else to occupy my time until my class starts. Probably sleep. No, I'm almost positive I'll sleep.

Monday, October 11, 2004

Baka Gaijin!

If you didn't already know, I don't know why you'd know because I don't believe I've ever mentioned it, I'm into Anime. For those of you who don't know what it is, it's Japanese Animation. I hate to liken it to these things, but it's like Pokemon and Dragon Ball Z. Ugh. I feel like I need to take a bath. Everytime I mention anime I get one of four responses: 1) Anime, what's that? 2) You mean like Pokemon? 3)There are lots of naked people in that. 4) You like anime, too? I'm not alone! There are variations of the four, of course, but that's basically it. I hate saying that anime is like Pokemon or Dragonball Z, because that's like saying reality TV is like 'My Big, Fat, Obnoxious Fiancee'. Not that reality TV is to far off, but that's a whole different subject. It's like saying that all cars are like DeLoreans. There are tons of different cars that tons of people like. And not any two models are exactly the same. Anime is like the cartoon is here. You have action cartoons (Justice League, Teen Titans), kids, playytime cartoons (Dora the Explorer) adult cartoons (the Simpsons, Family Guy) and everything in between. There are even 'adult' adult cartoons, like Striperella and some things you can find hidden on the Internet in different places. Just like in American cartoons, there are different levels of Anime. I like all kinds of anime ( though, I'm wary of most of the hentai) (Yaoi is the best!!!), and I have been liking it ever since my older brother brought the full, length major motion picture, 'Fist of the North Star' into our house. It was a 5th generation copy, badly dubbed, and it looked as though someone had sneezed on the film before sending it off, but I was hooked. For a while I stood on the edge of the Anime sea, running forward as the waves receded into the ocean and racing back as they crashed on the shore. Then, about my senior year in high school, I was introduced to a group of people who would change my life, and all of my ideas about Anime. This groups of friends were obsessesd with it (what you would call otaku) (and please I don't want to hear the stuff about otaku literally meaning house, geez! Chill out!) and I was proud to join their ranks. Then Animazement happened and I haven't turned back since. Anime is really great, I have a new respect for the Japanese culture and I'm even picking up a few words here and there. Nothing special, but I'm enjoying it. Anime can be a beautiful and entertaining artform, so if you don't know anything about it, I'm begging you, Check it Out! You don't know what you're missing.

Sunday, October 10, 2004

My Philosophy For Life

I really don’t have a philosophy of life. I’m not saying this to avoid the topic, it’s just true. There is nothing that I hold as my overall ideal as how to live my life. I just go with what I think is right. I don’t believe in hurting others, especially when you have the upper hand. I don’t believe that there is no hope for the people of this planet. I believe that hard work is the best way to achieve what you want, however I don’t always practice that ideal. I believe in God, and that He can show you the way on anything in your life, though I really haven’t ever seen it happen. I just hope I’m doing the right thing. I believe that I have a pretty good bead on things, meaning that I understand life pretty well. I believe, truly, that in spite of all of our differences, human beings are essentially the same. I believe that I am probably very naïve and this view will change with time. I believe in UFOs and while this hasn’t really affected my life in any way, I know my life wouldn’t really change that much if EBEs ever showed up. I don’t believe in living for today, I doubt I’d even know how, if the circumstances arose. I don’t really know how to live for tomorrow, because I have no sense of time or money management. Is it even possible to live for yesterday? I don’t do that either, I don’t think. I believe that staying dedicated to something is important, but you have to stay flexible so you don’t completely lose all perspective. So, if you could take all that and put it into a philosophy for life, then that would be mine. Though I really don’t think it fits into one static philosophy.

My New Signature

This is my new sig. Only parts of it are new. I thought it was funny. Just thought I'd share it with you. I'm sorry.

Xenite #1
Brendan Fraser--Always Bedazzling
Dixie Chicks Rock!!
(After the 15th or so report telling the President and Vice President that there were no WMD's in Iraq and their response that it only supported their decision to go to war)"Some look at a glass and see it as half full while others look at a glass and say... it's a dragon. "
--John Stewart
"At this point, I'm starting to think that a vote for George W. Bush is a character flaw."
-- Janeane Garofolo

Saturday, October 09, 2004

Rainbow Connection

Well, Jason Mraz covered this song, and now the Chicks have done it. I haven't gotten a chance to hear it yet, I'm still waiting for it to come on Launchcast, but when it does I'll be all over it like black ants on a milkshake straw. Anyway it's for a worth cause. You can read about it all at the Chicks official website: www.dixiechicks.com or you can check out this very worthy fan site: http://chickoholic.tripod.com/DixieChicks/index.html If you look on the Dixie Chick Pledge page you'll find a very nice pledge written by yours truly. Oh, wait, the song just came on! It's so great and awesome! YaY! I'm so glad their in the studio again, even if it's just one song. Check out the websites if you want to see what the Chicks are up to. They are doing a lot with the 'Rock For Change', and it's going to be on the Sundance Channel, so if you have that check it out, too. Anyway, I'm going to jam to the rest of this song. Catch you on the flip side.

Friday, October 08, 2004


This is just a glimpse of the terror that we'll be subjugating ourselves to with four more years of this. I don't blame Laura or Barbara.


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Can we All just get along?

I just read this online:

"Bravo Bill Sammon, and thank you for telling us what other Bush haters (liberal authors and writers) are not capable of telling us. I just finished this book and I keep telling myself, why are liberals so dumb,and why don't they ever get it. It seems that in their narrow, bubbled world, these hating people (idiots) who don't read anything and just can't get over their Vietman war,these Bush hating propagandist, are really proving themselves to be dumb, self centered and unaware of the changing times all around them. And the press, well forget them, they are just showing all of us that their only agenda is to destroy the credibility of the US moral superiority.Finally, John Kerry, this is the man of the people, who wants to become President of the United States? I think he has us confused with the FRENCH. Is he for real? Do people like him really exist? or is he just a bad dream ?Please tell me I am not flipflopping.Thank you Bill Sammon for a wonderful book, I look forward to four more years of George Bush. "

Now, I hate George Bush. Really bad. And I really want him out of office, but I would never call somebody an idiot just because of what they believe (unless they're racist or something) and just because you might have ignorant ideas doesn't mean that you are completely stupid. I know people who are conservatives, I love people who are conservatives. That is so not cool to make such a broad statement about a group of people. I can not like your candidate, but does that mean that I don't like you? I really am one of those people who hopes that one day we can get past insulting someones belief (like this guy and like several third graders that I know) and get back to discussing the politics. I would love to have a conversation with someone where we can just discuss the facts and not all the spin that goes with it.

Thursday, October 07, 2004

You can tell how bored I was


This is what I did when I was supposed to be in History. Sad, huh?

Colored People

Please before you start throwing full wine bottles and danish hams at your computer screen let me explain: My title is from a song by dcTalk which advocates racial harmony by all God's people. I just wanted to mention that because I wanted to talk about the term African-American. I hate it. Why should we still be considered from Africa when we help build America? We bled and died so that this country can be free, and it was built upon the backs of our hard labor. Or at least the backs of our ancestors. The white people in our society are rarely ever identified by what they were generations ago. Even Asian-Americans after a while can stop be considered really that Asian. Now, if you're talking about physical features, then yeah, I guess we're pretty African and they're pretty Asian, and I could go on. But if you're talking about how long we've been here, and the fact that we love this country just as much as everyone else... Then we're just as American as apple pie and baseball. George Washington is considered a patriotic American and the man wasn't even born here! I just want to say that I don't want to N-word thrown around or anything, of course, but if anything I don't have to be an African American. How about just an American?

I'm a little bit country...

These titles are supposed to have something to do with the post. I can safely say with the least bit of hesitation that this one does not. Not at all. Anyway, John Edwards came to my state yesterday. Actually he was right down the road. I should have gone, but I thought that I should go to class. Boy, was I being stupid! I would have been able to hear the message that I've longed for for four years. Geez! A friend of mine went and she was telling me about it. She got to shake John Edward's hand. The next vice president of the United States, and she's touched him. I could have touched him, as well if I had been there. She said that it was pretty awesome. He connected with the college students there, and told us how Bush had cut Pell grants (one of the major sources of funds for college students) and left the states to fend for themselves when it comes to funding. Thus raising tuition rates. Also, he connected with the African-American section of the audience. I can't wait until he and John Kerry are in the White House, and we can really get this country going. I can't take another four years of this.

Tuesday, October 05, 2004

GrumbleCakes are Grumbleliscious

I am supposed to be doing a paper on the Exorcist. Not doing it though. There's a new Strongbad Email that you guys should check out:


Anyway, that's it. Just wanted to tell you guys I hadn't fallen off the planet. BTW, viral meningitis sucks.

Monday, October 04, 2004


This is the blog of a friend of mine who started a blog to respnd to mine. At this rate my entire circle of friends will be on blogs talking about each other before I have a chance to finish talking about them. Oh well, I guess that I'll just have to start a secret blog that will keep everyone on their toes, while at the same time making me look good. Anyway, here's the link:


Check it out, or don't. I mean, all you'll hear are lies about me. That's how all my friends work. Though this is a pretty self sacrificing move. Here I am, putting my credibility on the line to all my readers (all two of you) so that my friend can have a foot in the door. Am I great or what? And modest too.

Sunday, October 03, 2004

Donnie Darko in WIDE wide SCREEN screen!

The repitition was supposed to represent an echo, I hope that it worked! Anyway, this weekend a couple of my friends and I went to see 'Donnie Darko' again. If you haven't seen it, you should, it's pretty awesome! I just hope that you don't have annoying people in the theater like we did. Now, I've been known to talk a little in movies, but these people were ridiculous. We were all the way on the other side of the theater from them, but they had the most terrible, loud, screechy (in the case of the lady) and booming (in the case of the man) laughs that I had ever heard. And I think they were together! How is it possible that the two people with the worlds' most annoying laughs could find each other, fall in love and start a relationship? I don't understand. Anyway, anytime that anything even the most remotely funny happened, I mean things that are barely worth a smile, these people would burst out in their tedious, revolting laughter. Seriously I threw up in the back ouf my mouth a couple times there. I really can't even express to you the agony of watching that movie with those people in there. I would have loved to have some people talking behind me instead. Here's an exercise to share my pain: Close you eyes. No really, close them. Nobody's going to come up behind you...

Okay, by now you've realized that you're going to have to read the rest of this first, then try it because you certainly can't read with your eyes closed. Okay, after you've closed your eyes, I want you to imagine that you're soaring over the Earth. You look down and you see all the peoples of the world, and the beauty of all creation, and the wonder of the Earth and the universe. Then all of a sudden something similar to a hyena's laugh spilts the air. It permeates your every orifice driving itself deep into the recesses of your psyche. Then accompanying it is the sound that you assume, if you'd ever heard one, is similar to the sound that a rhinocerous would make. If it was laughing loudly, and annoyingly. Well, maybe the rhino wasn't the best example, because personally I have no idea what they sound like, but you get my meaning. Suddenly, you go from flying high above the Earth in self realization and the occasional epiphany, to crashing into a big steaming pile of hot garbage, that a gorilla just crapped in. There you have it. A little dramatic, maybe, but you can see what I'm saying right? I'm in no way insinuating that loudly annoying laughing people shouldn't get to see a good movie too, but I just say they should be locked in a tiny, uncomfortable, soundproof room while doing it. Is that to much to ask?

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