MOUTHPIECE - August 8, 2017
I've got some movie stuff for you today. Oh, and be sure to learn a few things that adults could learn from the youngsters. That's a lot of learning! Get your learn on!
I am not hip at all.
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[m] q u o t e s . o f . t h e . d a y
"I used to work in a fire hydrant factory. You couldn't park anywhere near the place."
"Enjoy when you can, and endure when you must."
--Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
"There is no such thing as 'fun for the whole family.'"
[m] What's On the Web?
How Hollywood Thinks Crises Play Out, In 3 Steps
From Cracked.com: If you didn't think there was a formula to TV shows and movies, well, we have bad news for you. What's worse is that more and more, showrunners and filmmakers are picking the wrong, dumb formulas to use.
Visit: How Hollywood Thinks Crises Play Out, In 3 Steps
50 Best Final Lines In Movies
Film fans, take a look at this very entertaining list of some of the best scripted final lines from some of the greatest movies to ever grace the silver screen. See your favorites were included!
Visit: 50 Best Final Lines In Movies
[m] b i t s . n . b o b s
*-- Things Adults Learn From Kids --*
1. There is no such thing as child-proofing your house.
2. Legos will pass through the digestive tract of a 4-year-old.
3. A 4 years-old's voice is louder than 200 adults in a crowded restaurant.
4. If you use a waterbed as home plate while wearing baseball shoes it does not leak - it explodes.
5. No matter how much Jello you put in a swimming pool you still can't walk on water.
6. You probably do not want to know what that odor is.
7. Always look in the oven before you turn it on.
8. Cats throw up twice their body weight when dizzy.
9. Quiet does not necessarily mean don't worry.
10. A good sense of humor will get you through most problems in life (unfortunately, mostly in retrospect)
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