Next I need to watch "American Gangster" again and see if I like it or not. Sometimes if I'm in the wrong frame of mind, I won't like a movie because I'm in a bad mood. If I'm pissed off, upset, moody, off in some way or something like that, I could watch a movie and hate it just because of my foul mood. That doesn't happen all of the time but sometimes it does so usually I end up watching the movie that happens with again when I'm in a better mood just to see if it was my mood or if the movie *really* did blow donkey balls. I'm thinking AG really did blow donkey balls since I watched it twice and still thought it wasn't so hot. Maybe the third time will be the charm. Or maybe it will still suck donkey balls. I, for some reason, really want to like that movie though. I dunno why. Sometimes movies grow on me too. Like, and I can't believe I'm saying this, but like The 40 Year Old Virgin. I hated that stupid movie the first time I watched it but a couple more times because friends or someone I was with had it on and the movie grew on me. I don't seek it out to watch it on my own but it doesn't make me cringe if someone turns it on now. :)
I was making fun of a friend of mine earlier Tuesday. We were discussing his weird eating habits. Like how he likes to put a spoonful of peanut butter in with various cereals when he's eating them. That way he can get a bite of cereal with milk and then spoon off a little peanut butter to go with it. Some cereals I can see that being possibly decent with. Cinnamon toast crunch, fruit loops, honey nut chex, lucky charms and strawberry frosted flakes are not among those cereals it may be decent with. In my opinion. He was also making fun of me because I don't know what I'm missing because I refuse to dip Oreo cookies in cheese dip and eat them. I usually will try a lot of things with food but you know, there are some combinations that you just know you are not going to like. Every now and then you'll get surprised with one of those seemingly repulsive combinations being tasty but that just doesn't happen that often, lol.
I finished the FBI thriller I was reading. It was a really good book until the end. I was wondering through most of the book but near the last four to five chapters, I was suspecting many things and most of them were true. Then closer to the last chapter, the thing that I think was supposed to be a big shock was something I guessed the moment the two agents started the scene. Kind of disappointing when I can guess so much of the book. I'm not saying it was bad mind you because I still enjoyed reading it but meh, I like when I can't guess what's coming.
By the way.... Anaïs Satire, where did you go darlin'?
That's all I've got here for today.