Gawd I laughed so hard at the last part. I had to pause the damn episode.
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It is indeed. It’s super interesting that it’s such a sticky myth…apparently we feel underutilized.
My concern has more to do with the fact that they already did this in a movie. It was called Limitless and was based on a book and was way better than anything that stars Scarlett Johannsen could ever hope to be.
Dee Bradley Baker took this photo. With his toe. @deebradleybaker
I feel like this something their characters would do, too…
baby steve, before he developed the witty one-liners
Is this *not* a witty one-liner?
*I* thought it was funny…
That other cloning project..
I don’t even go here (Orphan Black. Obviously I’m a fan of Jurassic Park), but I love this.
I had the gummy bear bubble bath (which came in a gummy bear-shaped bottle) and the vanilla spray (except my sprayer didn’t look like these, it looked like a Windex squirter)
If a CM asks me why I deserve an honorary citizen of Disneyland pin (this is the one I’ll also for when I take Alex on his first trip), this will be my answer: “I have for my whole life lived by the ideals and beliefs of Walt; to look to the future, always be yourself, remain optimistic, and believe in magic. And because of those things, I now have my husband right here, and can bring him today on his first trip to the place that made me believe in all those things.”
If that’s not good enough, then I don’t know what is. I mean, it’s 100% true. I lost my way for a little bit, and stopped being myself (and was very unhappy), but then I realized that wasn’t right, and was myself for the first time since I was a kid basically. And that was when Alex came into that class (after I’d screwed up my chance to talk to him). To me, it felt like in Cinderella, when she gives up and is crying and breaks down, her Fairy Godmother comes and says “If you’d lost all your faith, I couldn’t be here.” It was like the universe or whatever said, “Good, you are being you again. But you are on the verge of giving up, so here is that thing you wanted.” The thing being a second chance to get to know him.
Because even when I said I gave up and didn’t believe anymore in even the idea that I would someday last more than one or two dates with a guy, there was still a little part of me that kept wishing and hoping. That’s why it reminds me of it.
Anywho, I’ve gotten way off track with this yapping, so the end.