Shoe So Funny: Cheap Shoes and Gingers
Any Boardwalk Empire Fans out there? If you are a fan, you are most definitely familiar with Steve Buscemi -known for his significant role in the show as Enoch "Nucky" Thompson, the powerfuly corrupt political treasurer of Atlantic county. However,despite Buscemi's gain in popularity for his role the hit show Boardwalk Empire, I believe that Buscemi's true celebrity lies in a feature he has carried with him his whole life; his eyes. It was his early roles in Adam Sandler movies such as his role as "Crazy Eyes," the homeless man in Big Daddy, that gave his unusual, and rather creepy looking eyes a celebrity of their own. However in recent months, these wide, bug-like, and seemingly forever tired eyes have made waves in the meme scene as many have found humor in photoshopping Steve Buscemi Eyes onto celebrities. With the addition of Steve Buscemi's eyes, the faces of these once beautiful looking people are suddenly transformed entirely, resulting in a hilariously frightening and (quite truthfully) fugly looking face. I personally think the outcome creates a look similar to the mix between celebrity and swamp-monster, but you tell me.
Before I go on to show you my personally made memes using the "Buscemi eyes," I must say that I am secretly obsessed with Steve Buscemi. Even though his eyes pop out like a bush baby, or an overly- alarmed cartoon character, I still want to meet him and eventually become best friends. Weird? Maybe- but not as weird as this celebrity colaboration I have created using Steve Buscemi's famous eyes...
And I though she looked like a big-mouth bass before the eyes...
Sorry Jennifer, there is no Silver Lining to a face like this...
Ryan Gosling...you look like a crack addict with pink-eye
...Wait isn't this the photo Russell Brandt Posted of Katy with no make-up? Hmm - oh wait that was this:
Similarities are uncanny!
V for Vile...
Looks like she took her role in The Transformers literally...and probably why she didnt star in The Transformers 2...
It seems my heart will go on after all..
Your eyes are never, ever, ever, going back together...
This is what he looks like after you have taken the vaccine for Bieber Fever. Watch out ladies, it's not pretty...and I'm not even sure he's a guy.
Wait a second!... Marion Cortillard - Is that you!?...maybe?
Funny Poems for moms everywhere
I'd like to dedicate this Mother's Day Poem for my weekend post to my mother dearest, who has had the torturous and inconceivable duty of mothering me for almost 24 years. Ma, I know you would never claim these things out loud, but I know I have not always been an easy kid and by "not always" I mean, "never." Your relentless dedication to motherhood has almost fully shaped me into adulthood. By "almost" I mean that i'm still not fully there yet as far as maturity goes, but I blame that part solely on Dad - so no worries! I hope you enjoy this poem of which I made for you to enjoy on your one day-a-year of rest. May these poems in all entirety make up for all of the times I made you angry beyond belief, made you want to pull out your hair, or made you want to drive me out to a uninhabited place and leave me there...I also hope these poems makes up for the gift I did not yet get you because I am poor. That being said, enjoy, I love you!
Mother, mother, mother, cant you see
without your womb, I simply wont be
and I just love your nurturing ways
but that is why Im broke and you've gone craze
I Know I'm In Trouble
Once upon a time, a few mistakes ago
You brought me to life, you gave me a home
You ground me, you ground me, you ground me
Guess You were always there, and I always liked that
And when I fell down, you fed me snack packs
You raised me, your raised me, you raised me
And its been long since my last house party
And I realize, the blame is on me
Cause I knew I was in trouble when you walked in
My party’s over now
You cursed me to places I had never been
Until I cleaned the whole house
I knew I'm in trouble when you walked in
A keg lays on the ground
Told me I had no idea how deep i'm in
Now im lying in my room grounded
Oh, oh, trouble, trouble, trouble.
Oh, oh, trouble, trouble, trouble.
You've been the very best mother for me
It doesnt help that I am prone to injury
Im sorry for the teenage angst and college life benders
And the time I accidentally stuck my hand inside the blender
Remember the time, at the grocery store in line,
I hid up on a shelf, which collapsed in Aisle 9?
Or the time when I decided that it would be quite nice
to fool the school nurse into thinking I had lice?
That day I was sent home, and tried to run away
and climbed high in a tree and sat there for a day
All these childhood fails, I got through and prevailed
Whenever Im in trouble, you are my sheild
You are always there, Through every wear and tear
Even though I wasnt always child of the year
Being that Mother's Day is comming up, it seemed fitting to celebrate Mom's all over by sharing these hilarious letters to moms from kids. Enjoy!
1. Dear Mom, Love the Artist.
2. Sorry Mom
3. Mad at Mom
4. Mean Mom
5. Tattling on Mom
6. Lucky to Have you, NOT your Nose
7. Forgiving Mom
8. Don't Touch The Bacon
9. Thank you Mom
10. A Cheesy Note To Mom
11. Sorry For Calling You a Piece of Poo
12. Dear Mom, I've Made a Mess
13. Got a Boo Boo
14. Running Away
15. Love You More
To All Graduates
Warmest congratulations on reaching your life’s ultimate peak. May the dismal years ahead be trumped by the memories of your once whimsicle and free-spirited youth...
Again I must apologize for the absense of blog articles, but I was off having the most amazing time at SXSW in Austin, TX. For those of you that don't know what SXSW is, heres a brief description. Firstly, SXSW stands for South By South West and it is, according to www.sxsw.com, an "Annual music, film, and interactive conference and festival held in Austin, TX. Includes schedules and band and film lists." I went for the first week to engage in the interactive sessions that start the first week of this whirlwind of a festival. The music follows suite after the Interactive and changes the scene to a concert-like atmosphere. I was appointed to come to this amazing place and attend various sessions (of my choice) held by a slew of intellectuals with different focuses in business, technology, and media. I was especially excited to get out of the cold weather and go to a place I have never been before! I traveled to SXSW with a few of my coworkers including my biffle, Sandal Bullock. I had heard that this place was fun from those of my employers that had been going over the years, but I had not expected the amount of fun and excitement - and of course -valuable learning (in case the big man reads this) that would transform this trip into one of the most amazing yet! Let me start at the beginning...
Luckily, no treacherous incidents happened to me on the plane ride to Austin so I was already feeling pretty confident about this trip - oh wait I did forget the cab driver who drove Sandal Bullock and I to the airport at 630 in the morning and had no shame in telling us he was probably half in the bag from the night before. We did arrive to the airport in one piece, but I swear if I ever see that dude again I'll give him more than a hangover to worry about.
Arriving in Austin, I expected to find many buildings and people in suits ready to attend the sessions on big business and technological expansion, but as we drove to the city through quiet streets with small houses stacked tightly along the side, I knew I was not in Boston anymore. In fact, the first thing that caught my eye when I looked out the window was this:
I took one look at this sign and thought: "hmmm that number is a heck of a lot easier to remember if you are ever in a pickle..." I took a mental note as we approached the 5 skyscrapers that make up the city of Austin and never looked back...well, I did, but on the way home..
Shortly after checking in, Sandal Bullock and I arrived in our hotel room, exhausted and hot from wearing layers upon layers made for Boston weather. In wondering if I had anything remotely weather appropriate to wear, I allowed for my suitcase to throw up all over the floor and wrinkle everything inside it:
...This only got worse as the week prevailed...
Walking to meet our group at the Restaurant, I already started getting the vibes of Austin, TX during SXSW when I passed signs that said this:
Immediatly I knew this was going to be fun
We sat down to dinner at a high end brazilian buffet called Fogo de chao. It worked that there were red and green sided coasters on our table and when you flip the coaster to the green, the waiters (who are walking around carry variety cuts of meat such as Pork Shank, Filet mignon, prime rib, ect. and offer as much as you want until you turn your coaster to red. It was a pretty great experience to sit and converse with our coworkers, while eating amazing food and drink good quality wine...for that moment I almost forgot that in my apartment back home I had been living off frozen pizza, Raman noodles, and boxed wine. In fact, I don't think I could ever go back to those things until im to lazy to cook and am out of money...Fogo DeChao is a chain and does reside in Boston if you feel like checking it out. Click on the Map Below to redirect to a restaurant near you:
When we left the restaurant, the guys took us to the main "bar" street known as 6th Street, which was alive with music and celebration. I could just feel the excitement in the air and got a wave of energy looking around me. However, even at that point this "energy" meant something entirely different than it would the next...when I met this guy:
either this guy is possesed by the devil or had one very "methy" weekend (that's not a type-o, Im referring to the fact that perhaps he smoked a lot of crystal meth over the weekend)...things got interesting from there...
The next day began our session line-up and Sandal Bullock and I went to a session called: Travel Blogger's Meet-up. We had figured since we were bloggers and technically, this was a travel experience, It may be a great way to meet other people and learn ways to get further engaged to our audience. As we walked away from the party on 6th street, we found ourselves off the beaten path a bit as if we had just walked into another state. It was much quieter and there were abandoned buildings to the left and right of us, but I was certain we were headed in the right direction. We got to the blog meet up early and were told to come back so we wandered around a bit and stopped short when we saw this guy:
This guy was standing amongst others of his kind (moustache people) and girls wearing pink. Of course I had to snap this pick and ask him what he was doing dressed like that (not that anything at this point would surprise me since landing in Austin). The guy said that they were spokes people for a new app called Lyft whose premise being:
"Lyft is your friend with a car. Download Lyft in the App Store or on Google Play and request an instant pickup from a friendly, background-checked community driver for less than the cost of a cab. Lyft is currently available for rides originating in San Francisco and Los Angeles."
Pretty cool concept to me, and although not on the east coast YET, I have high expectations that they will be soon. I then asked why the wore mustaches and how they were promoting their app, and they said they are giving away piggy back rides...yes, you heard correctly, piggy back rides. Again, how could I say no to a piggy back ride from a guy wearing a bright pink moustache? Thats like saying when being asked to accept an oscar for an all star performance (which is also on my bucket list, might I add)...so, yeah. I took the ride..
To learn more about the App called "Lyft" got to their facebook page at:
After receiving a piggy back ride from my friends, Sandal and I noticed we still had some time to kill before the meet - up. We couldn't help but notice the loud music coming from up the street and followed it into a bar called coyote ugly...yes, it's exactly what you're thinking...
Before you draw any conclusions (especially you, mom and dad), none of those bras hanging above the bar belong to me! In talking to and befriending the bartender there, she told us that this Coyote Ugly bar is one of the originals outside of the New York location that became known for the movie that took place there. In case you were wondering, this bar really does not serve water. Hence why I had to change shortly after this visit, but all in all it was a very unique experience to say the least. What I liked the best is when our new friend, London, tried to teach us the harlem shake. However, as soon as she saw the moves I was sporting, I think she gave up trying. In return, I got to show her some of my best dance moves, including my favorite, the robot. I think I may have scarred our dear friend with my moves that day, but luckily she was saved by the clock and we had to go to the meet up.
Ok, I think you know why I might have taken this picture...If you dont, this might clear things up:
I guess fitting for the Travelers Blogger club, since he looked like a mongolian prince, but he seemed nice and open to pictures with those who thought he was dressed as captain hook from the Robin Williams feature...either way it was quite entertaining and I desperately wanted - and still want - his hat..
The rest of the meet up went extremely well with Sandal and I. The set up was in an outdoor tent and we went around in a circle telling everybody who we were and what we did. It was nice to see the many different types of bloggers and non-bloggers share their insights and experiences. The tent was sponsored by SXSW through this group that promoted "Free Food Friday." Yep, that's right all of it was free - and no lie, free beer too. Soo yeah I really enjoyed this meeting. Drinking, socializing, learning, drinking...it really was a swell time.
Our favorite part of this meeting was when Sandal and I met a charming UK broad named Vickie who had me when she said "wanker"...uhh huh, we're besties now. Vickie works for UK travelers blog called wayoutfar.com and we were able to talk about our experiences over some beers and then we took our conversation to the next session on google and bing ranking. It's always a good day when you can meet new people, Even if your not a consistant traveler, meeting people from all over is definitely a way to broaden your mind.
Finally, we met up with our coworkers for dinner and hit up 6th street again. I have never seen a place so alive have you?
There are people dancing in the streets, music swarming out of every venue and of course the costumes being warn by various promoters and fellow SXSW fans, were awesome!
If you're not amazed yet, here's one for ya:
They had vending machines where you can buy these as gag gifts...So of course here is my embarassing story of the night:
Saw this machine in the bathroom and thought: Ha ha ha this is so funny that I might actually buy it for my friend Amy as a joke... I put in $10...pressed the button...nothing came. I pressed the button again...nothing. Now it's at this point I realize I am not getting that sheep and I was just jipped out of $10. Meanwhile my friends and coworkers are out in the bar, and im thinking: No way in HELL am I going to ask the bartender for my money back from the inflatable sheep machine that just ate my $10...that's something that I would never want to admit in front of anyone let alone my fellow employees. Of course, I am admitting it now, but it's for the sake of the story!
The next day, we woke up and walked to our first session about Women in the Media Industry...beforehand, we made a pit stop on the way to fill out what we want to do before we die:
My favorite response was: Before I Die.. I want to smuggle midgets over the border
what and interesting concept...
If you are wondering if I jumped into a giant ball pit at 9am in the morning, yes, yes I did. This was at the Chuck Lorrie Exhibit and it represented anti-censorship on TV. Chuck Lorrie created a space where people can be free to exercise their rights without network censorship interfering. I must say, I couldn't have gotten a better start to the day...
Then I wrote our names on the chalkboard:
...but wait there's more!
After a few sessions in the morning, we hurried over to see Elon Musk speak at the convention center. If your wondering who Elon Musk is, LEAVE NOW! - Kidding, but he is only just the most interesting man in the world, inventor of Pay Pal and founder of Space X, a company dedicated to making space innovation a priority. DID YOU KNOW that he has built a rocket capable of landing back on earth? A rocket that can go to space and return safely with the ability to hover like a helicopter? If this doesnt interest you, I can only say that I am a space nerd and I LOVE IT. Elon Musk is possibly the love of my life, but it may be too soon to tell...I wonder if he has myspace orrr...
After seeing Elon Musk, Sandal Bullock and I went to the trade show located on the first floor of the convention center. It was amazing! There were booths lining the entire room representing the latest tech, uncovering brands, and of course, SWAG! The first thing we did is go to the Vimeo booth and was asked if we would box on camera for free vimeo accounts...we did.
After Fighting, I just had to say hello to this guy:
...what a fairy...and an awesome one at that!
In passing, I had to take this pic...Big man, little dog, pretty funny!
We ended our day on 6th Street, and went to a highly recommended burger place called Casino al Camino where there was an hour wait because of how famous it is! It was pretty cool inside, had a gothic feel, and was so dark we forgot it was daytime
Totally worth it....and so were these:
...I kid, just water
Later at another session led by the creator of Tumblr, I found these funny cards on our seats:
After a long day and a fun night with everyone it was bittersweet to say goodbye...Great time. Great people. Great experiences.I would recommend this to anyone out there with a love for culture and an interest in future of technology...oh, and you got to have fun too! Cheers to the best SXSW experience!
Since President's Day is around the corner, lets take some time to reflect on the many faces of our nation and highlight the good, the bad, and yes, the ugly.
Without delving into a history lesson, or having to cite every fact about each president. Here are a few memorable moments from more recent years that are worth sharing.
Obama Strikes back!
This was a GREAT moment at the 2012 Commencement Dinner when Obama strikes back at Donald Trump's accusations over Obama's true country of Origin. After releasing his "birth video" as proof of his origin, it was clear from the audience response that Obama had indeed trumped Trump. Barak: 1 Trump: Toupe
President Clinton Introduces Nominated film "Lincoln" at the 2013 Golden Globe Awards
This was a feel good moment and I was happy to see a President introduce this movie as it represented a crucial moment in Presidential history. I still haven't seen Lincoln, but I definitely will. It supposedly was very historically accurate, a little long, but worth it to see.
Memorable Speeches from JFK to Clinton
Yeah I had to throw in this gem. How perfect for Presidents Day to have a compilation of important speeches made througout history? I have to say, it plays as a reminder of the strides we have made in history with the influence of these leaders. Ok, im done with the nostalgia over politics! Now for the dirt.
Now that we have seen some proud moments from our Presidents, I feel much better about showing the not-so-proud moments of these candidates:
President Bush's "Victory Salute"
One of the many not-so-proud moments of this middle-aged Texan Candidate. Flipping the bird while the camera is rolling and babbling like a big-mouth bass.
Clinton Tells a Fib
If by saying "I did not have sexual relations with that woman" really means "I did have sexual relations with that woman," you would be telling the truth...either way, Monica Lewinsky got fired from the whitehouse and now she really understands what it's like to "aint got no bills."
Deep Throat Had a Big Mouth Too
Silly Nixon, spying is certainly not your forte
How did he win the popular vote?
Beating around the bush again I see....
This one is self-explainatory...
Bushin this kid's buttons
This little baby has spoken on behalf of every state but Texas
You've got a great Barakside
It's Valentines Day, which means it could be a great day for you...or if your single, this day may feel like the Apocalypse. If your in a relationship, good for you. Enjoy your flowers, chocolate and free dinner - must be nice, eh? For the rest of you single, sad, and loathing folks, this post will help you see the light at the end of this crippling, tunnel of loneliness that you are in. Prepare for a new outlook on this incriminating day of love with these special Valentines Day Fails, hand selected by me- Cheers!
When you are feeling lonely on Valentines Day just remember:
Even Justin Bieber's relationship failed.
2. If you are wishing that you were in a relationship, just think:
Being stable with yourself is better that being unstable with someone else...
3. Always remember that although you may not have a life partner, you have people that love and take care of you.
4. Feeling Rejected, is better than being rejected:
5. If you're single, you never have to be put in this awkward situation...
...or this one....
6. And if you ever were in a relationship before, you have wisdom that others don't...which means you can see through the bullshit:
it's the wisdom seen above that will prevent you from doing this:
Studies show that tattoos last 60 years longer than the average modern relationship. With that said, lets hope you out-live this person by a long shot.
7. On Valentines Day, it's hard not to reminisce on past relationships...
....But then you see the old photos, and realize you are much better off this way...
...and at least you had past experiences to compare to and grow from, because the otherwise your love life would be something like this:
8. When you are single and lonely on Valentines Day, it may seem like the worst day in the world. However, if you think you're having a bad day - just think about a day in the life of Nicholas Cage. Once you do, you will know what it's like to have a really bad day, or like 7 bad days a week:
9.) Things could always be worse, right? You could have been dating this guy:
10.) So what are you gunna do? Are you going to go home and cry about the fact that you may ultimately die alone? The answer is: NO....because crying makes you look ugly and you'll never find a date that way. Learn from these sloppy sobbers:
Claire Danes: Homeland Security
Kim Kardashian: Cry Baby K
Britney Spears: Oops, she's crying again
Sloppy Sammy Sobber
Ann Hath No Way Out
Julianne Moore Tears
Lindsey is Losin it
Chris Brown Noser
So without further ado, embrace this day for what it is. Use this day as a great excuse to drink too much, or eat a ton of chocolate. If you would rather feel sorry for yourself, fine by me! Take the chocolate that you bought yourself, and that bottle of booze that youre drinking strait from the paper bag and listen to these soul sucking songs:
R.E.M. Everybody Hurts
Eric Carmen - All By Myself
Bobby Viton - I'm Mr Lonely
Celine Dion - Nothing Broken But My Heart
Worst Dressed at the 2013 Grammy Awards
The Grammy Award Show has always been an event in which the red carpet never fails to surprise. The music industry is all about the portrait of the artist, and many singers and songwriters use this opportunity to outwardly express themselves through style. However, this is not necessarily a good thing. It seems in the past few years, the Grammy's red carpet has become more and more outrageous - as if it were a competition for who can catch our eyes the fastest (even if it means wearing scales). I will hand it to the artists who do challenge their reputations with outrageous "get up," because it does work in a sense where they become the most talked about people the day after. For those fearless, or semi-insane celebs that turn the red carpet into the true walk of shame, this post is for you.
Gumby Got a Sex Change
Katy Perry took the red carpet by surprise when she waltzed in wearing a skin tight gumby suit. It looks like certain areas didn't quite fit into the vaccum tight spandex, so when it ripped, Katy had to get creative and use her Grandmother's brooch to pin the top back together. What Perry wasn't expecting was that a special someone would be all about the green suit, telling her constantly that her body was "wonderland."
Katy Perry's Green Dress certainly brings meaning to John Mayor's song "Another Kind of Green."
Mama Cass? I Thought You Were Dead....
Ok, I do love Adele. I think she has a beautiful voice and a beautiful face, but everytime I see this picture of her at the Grammys in this Peasant, Partridge Family dress, I can't help but see the reincarnated Mama Cass from 60's group the Mama's and Papa's. Adele, instead of setting fire to the rain, can you set fire to this dress? If you dont, Rumer Has It You might be Rolling in the Deep...
Looks Like Janelle Monae Left the Bullfight Early
Janelle Monae showed up for her Red Carpet moment dressed like a matador. I am guessing she thought where better to have a bullfight than on the RED carpet? Perhaps she's trying to symbolize the idea that she's grabbing the bull by the horns? Whatever it is that she is trying to do with this look, I don't get it. In fact, it's utter bullsh*t.
No Palm Reading is Necessary to Know That This Dress Will Be A Red Carpet Fail
Tamia hit the Red Carpet looking like a Charm off one of Mr. T's Chains. Too much gold and draping in the dress. Let alone, when I look at this costume I am reminded of those old fortune telling machines that you'd pay a nickel to hear a creepy dummy doll (dressed like Tamia) read your fortune. I thought it was a waste of a nickel then, and my opinion hasn't changed. Better luck next year, Tamia, although if you keep the same stylist you have now, I can foretell your future looks dim.
Florence Welch Puts New Meaning to Swamp Monster
UGHHHHH! What made Florence Welch wake up the morning of the Grammys thinking: "Wow, I can't wait to appear on the Red Carpet looking like Gillman, the Creature From the Black Lagoon!" If intimidation was her tactic, It has certainly worked. I can justify the color and the sequins and sparkles that are on the dress, but I can not get past the the thorny cones jutting out from the chest and arms of the dress. I mean, come on, someone is going to get hurt by those things and I don't just mean physically, I mean, mentally and emotionally tainted. The only thing I have learned from Florence Welch and her tragic display on the Red Carpet is that maybe dinosaurs are not extinct after all and that Gingers, in fact, do not have souls.
Hunter Hayes Has A Twin!
Hunter Hayes has established himself as an up and coming artist for 2013, performing at the Grammy's last night with Carrie Underwood herself. Since Bieber set the stage for Tween boys to be the heart and soul of American Culture, it's only fitting that Hunter Hayes, decked himself out in a suit of sparkles. After all, what better way to say I'm an under-age teen boy with a love for theatrics than with a suit of sparkles? What we did not expect from Hunter a last night's Grammy Award Show was that he would be bringing his Identical Twin Brother with him:
Best Dressed Award for the 2013 Grammys
Rihanna in Red
I loved this sheer red dress worn by Rihanna at the Grammys. With her hair back to a normal looking style (Finally!) and with the elegant flow of this dress, she rocked the red carpet. It looks like Rihanna may have finally taken tips from J-Lo's hair and Beyonce's stylist which is always a good thing. What I was most concerned about Rihanna's outfit was:
Was Rihanna's Dress red before she went to the Grammy's with Chris Brown and what kind of bleach does Chris use because it seems to be working wonders!?
After spending over 35 hours stuck in my house due to the driving ban placed by the Government for this Blizzard called "Nemo," I've had a lot of time to reflect on my surroundings. By reflect, of course, I mean that I pondered why I ever liked snow as kid. What was it about this white, cold, wet and back-breakingly heavy heaps of ice that made me look out the window and feel joy all around me? Now, I look out my window at the 3 feet of snow covering the ground, and I think about how that 3 feet of snow is depleating me of a social life this SATURDAY NIGHT! I also realize that I'll probably be shoveling my way to an untimely death and I'll be feeling cold and bitter through it all. You see, I live with my parents. I know, I know, but it's true. Had I not had to shack up with the rents, these problems wouldnt be as bad because instead of being guilted into shoveling, I'd probably be drunk, in my pajamas, and surrounded by others who want to sit and complain about the snow. Instead, this is my life, I hate the snow and I'm so bored that I'm actually blogging about how much I hate the snow. SO since I can't entertain myself, I might as well entertain you people by bringing you back to the days as a kid where you once liked snow, and then showing you the harsh reality of how horrible snow really is. Enjoy, whatever.......
What Snow Days Felt Like as a Kid:
What Snow Days Feel Like Now:
Snowhere to go, Snowhere to turn, Snow point of trying...
What Snowmen Meant to You as a Kid:
What Snowmen Mean to You Now:
The life-span of a snowman is short, don't get attached.
Sledding as a Kid:
Even if I didnt get whip-lash, I'm still wet, I'm still cold, and I'm still miserable
What Making Snow Angels Was Like as a Kid:
What Making Snow Angels Means Now:
I drank too much, I fell asleep, I will regret this in the morning...
What Eating Snow Was Like as a Kid:
What Eating Snow Is like Now:
1 Simple Rule: Don't eat it. Period.
What Snow Ball Fights Were Like as a Kid:
What Snow Ball Fights Are Like Now:
If this looks fun to you, you should probably talk to somebody..
What Shoveling Snow Was Like as a Kid:
What Shoveling Snow Is Now:
What Drinking in the Snow Was Like as a Kid:
What Drinking in the Snow is Now:
"Dude...sooo weird, I can't feel a thing!"
...And that, my friends, is the difference between Adults and Kids....