Sunday, March 3, 2013

Is a FLDSMDFR worth the risk?


If you don't understand that reference then you probably shouldn't read this post, unless you are hoping to watch the movie it is referencing and want to see if it's awesome (which it is). And yes, I am most definitely referencing Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs (the movie, duh). As I was watching, eating my pancakes and craving other greasy foods that the FLDSMDFR spit out in the sky I wondered, is a FLDSMDFR worth the risk?

Today, I am having the worst craving for greasy foods, such as Cheese Curds, Taco Bell, Dominos Pizza, etc. Being that I live in such a small town there really is not fast food around (and no, I do not like McDonalds and refuse to eat at the one in Zumbrota. It takes them forever just to make a McFlurry). If I had a FLDSMDFR I could have all of that greasy goodness created for me and I could eat it. I'm literally sitting here thinking of all the foods I could make, and how badly I want it. I really could go for a burrito.

Anyway, so this FLDSMDFR seems awesome, but being that the food mutates in the movie it's a little risky. Like I think I would need to avoid spaghetti.

So there's always that issue of it mutating, but everything else is pretty sweet. Like when he had it "snow" ice cream. 

Oh, and the snowball fights.

Or that awesome Jello house thing he made. 

It would be so awesome to get a FLDSMDFR and all. I think even fighting mutant gummy bears would be awesome.

So, with knowing this, is a FLDSMDFR worth it? I mean it could mutate and everything and we could all die because the food killed us, but it could also bring awesomeness. MMMM greasy awesomeness.

Side note: If you haven't seen this movie (and this means you probably don't know my sister...) you really should. Especially with the next movie coming out in September.

Friday, March 1, 2013

I tend to like British singers.

I feel the need to share some new music I've discovered (thank you Spotify). As it turns out British Pop music kicks the Pop music of America's butt (Justin Timberlake is still really excellent though. No one can come close to him). No joke (America, I liked Ellie Goulding before you, so suck it. I also liked Adele first). So I thought I would share a few of my favorite British singers (sorry, all female at the moment but all so good). Feel free to suggest more if you would like.

Rebecca Ferguson- Too Good To Lose
This song is just so catchy. She's my most recent discovery, and I am really excited to listen to more of her music.

Nina Nesbitt- Boy
She doesn't have much out it seems, which is really sad. 

Emeli Sande- Next to Me
I am in love with her voice. And the tempo of her songs. Another favorite is My Kind of Love. Check it.

Paloma Faith- Smoke and Mirrors
This was the hardest choice I have ever had to make, which song of hers would I like to put on here. I am in love with her voice and songs. I seriously can't get enough.

Now if you could compare these to some of those American Pop artists that everyone somehow really loves and tell me how they are better than these four lovely ladies then please tell me what I am not getting.

Ok, side note, I really do love Justin Timberlake.