Bride & Prejudice = 8.5/10. What a happy, colorful Bollywood take on Pride & Prejudice. This really isn't a movie for guys unless they enjoy song & dance, though. Well, guys might enjoy seeing the main character, who's extremely pretty. Also included in this film is a man who laughs like a donkey. Amazingly, the laugh sounds very similar to an ex of mine. I called it his "hee haw laugh." But enough about Mr. Are-you-sure-we-have-no-chance-together? because I'll-totally-break-up-with-Jill.
I would give just about anything for someone to rub aloe vera on my sunburn that I got at Big Splash yesterday. Wait...no, not anything and not by anyone. But it does still hurt.
My cousin Shannon got married Saturday in South Carolina and I'm anxiously awaiting news of how redneck the wedding and reception was. Or wasn't.
My dad didn't keep me totally in the dark, though as I did receive two text messages from him. One telling me that "it was hot enough to melt lead at the wedding. When you have yours please have it at a cooler time and place." Well, I'm not planning on ever getting married in South Carolina, so...done! Time, place, and season are also negotiable.
He said that he saw a bumper sticker that said: "The guns may be silent, but the south will never die."
Somebody please help me! I read that message and now I can't get my eyes back in the correct position. They're rolled back into my head!!! But seriously, I wonder how many people read that bumper sticker in the native south (not sure exactly what state he saw this in) and think "heck yeah, brother." Oklahoma definitely has race/color issues, but at least we're a tiny bit more quiet about them.