Friday, July 3, 2015

5 Men I Find More Appealing Than The Magic Mike XXL Guys

Magic Mike XXL is out in theaters. I did see Magic Mike and was probably the only person who was like, "Where's the plot?" (I wrote about my feelings on it here.) If I'm spending $7+ to see a movie, there better the hell be a plot.

And I just....look, male strippers have never excited me. Maybe this makes me a prude. Fine. But there are so many other men who intrigue me even more.

I also find it amusing when strippers gyrate and do their funny stripper moves.



I just want to shout, "Weeeee!" Or "penis" like I have Tourettes or something. Not press dollar bills into their spandex pants.


Here are men I find more appealing than the Magic Mike guys.


1. My husband.



I mean. Duh. Or any guy in the military. If you are risking your life for your country, it's much sexier than doing lap dances.



2. Nerds.



I love them. Love them. Love them. If one speaks science to me, it's a turn on. I've always loved the nerds.



3. John Krasinski.


He's awesome and he's a genuine nice guy. Nice guys don't finish last in my eyes. I never went through that bad boy phase.



4. Tyrion Lannister.


What? He's awesome. And he always pays his debts.


5. Gilbert Blythe.




I'm still bummed that Jonathan Crombie, who played Gilbert, passed away. He did such a great job portraying the character.



I'll probably go see Magic Mike XXL.

But I'll just be the one laughing into my popcorn and snocaps. That's all.

Thursday, July 2, 2015

Things That Annoy (Natalie) Thursday: No Jurassic World and Minecraft Shirts For Girls?

"Where's the girl Minecraft and Jurassic World shirts? I'm insulted!" Natalie said at WalMart. She browsed the entire clothes area. "But I bet if they had a Jurassic World shirt for girls, the dinosaur would have a freakin' BOW on it. And that just didn't happen!" Natalie muttered to herself.

I giggled.

And then I told her we could get the shirts from the boy area because really, there were no such things as girl and boy clothes.

"There aren't?" Natalie said, wrinkling her nose.

"No. You can wear whatever you want. And if a boy wants to wear a pink shirt, it's not a big deal either," I explained.

"Boys at school wear pink shirts. I always tell them that Pinkie Pie would love it," Natalie answered seriously.

"There are lots of boys who like My Little Pony. They're called Bronies," I said.

"The boys in my class didn't like My Little Ponies. I told them they were missing out," Natalie told me matter-of-factly.

In the boy section we did find Minecraft AND Jurassic World shirts.




Natalie loves them!

She loved the movie Jurassic World, so she's happy to have her own shirt to wear. Dinosaurs have always excited her.




So if your daughter is looking for a Minecraft or Jurassic World shirt? Check out the "boy" section at WalMart!


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Tuesday, June 30, 2015

Hey, It's Okay Tuesday!

I got this idea from Glamour magazine. They have a section called Hey, It’s Okay and will list a bunch of things to be okay about. You're welcome to join in and do something like this on your blog. Doesn't have to be on a Tuesday either. Just make sure you link up and that the post you link up is a Hey, It's Okay Post. Grab the button if you'd like!
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--To be happy that #lovewins. I have friends who do not agree with the decision, but they're kind about it. On the other side, I do have some people on my Facebook list who are being downright obnoxious with their disapproval, but that's what the hide button is for.


--To also be happy that selfie sticks are banned at Disney parks. They are so annoying. And yes, I still detest the word selfie. Just typing it out makes me cringe.


--To have enjoyed the movie Spy. It was very amusing.


--To hope Bristol Palin stops criticizing other people now that she's wound up pregnant again. I like how she said she didn't want to hear any lectures, yet she lectures others. Okay?


--To like that Natalie did Vacation Bible School last week. As I've mentioned before, I am not religious. I'm more agnostic, but I want my kids to decide for themselves on what they want to believe.


--To be glad Natalie enjoyed her Crossfit Camp. I cannot do Crossfit as I am weak and allergic to exercise. But my daughter has always been athletic. I might sign her up for the Crossfit Kids classes.




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