Today is Monday but it’s Sunday here because I was in Vegas (more on that later) so I missed the Sunday wrap-up so congratulations – it’s Sunday again! Go home and binge watch something.
I took H to see The Quiet Place because she doesn’t get scared at scary movies and I thought maybe it would be different if we saw one at the theater instead of at home. She grabbed my hand once but she totally wasn’t the level of freaked-the-fuck-out that I was when I saw scary movies when I was a kid, which makes me a little sad because I LUUURV horror and she appreciates it but isn’t too impressed over all. She seen The Shining, Babadook, Ouijia, IT…and she thought they were all okay but none of them scared her. She doesn’t have nightmares. WTF.
Is my kid broken? Or are kids just less scared by stuff now? I remember watching The Shining when I was her again on a tiny staticky tv through my fingers and I still get freaked out at the “Danny’s not here anymore” part. At this point I’m thinking of getting out The Ring because that’s the scariest movie I ever saw but I’m open for suggestions.
What’s the scariest movie you ever saw in your life?
And on an entirely different subject…
Shit I made in my shop (Named “EIGHT POUNDS OF UNCUT COCAINE” so that your credit card bill will be more interesting.):
- Mugs are half off today if you use the ZSPRINGDEALS code. Get yourself a Beyonce to drink with, y’all. Possibly it would be better as a shot glass but technically a mug holds more vodka and is less obvious during business meetings.
- It really is an honor to be nominated. No sarcasm. Thank you.
- How to be an artist
- I could watch this all day.
- Is this real life?
- Remember last month when I said I couldn’t go back to the post office bc they gave me an opened, overflowing bag of penises?
- And that’s why we’re replacing all the doorknobs.
This week’s wrap-up is brought to you by Leslie Handler’s new book, Rats, Mice and Other Things You Can’t Take to the Bank. You should check it out, partly because Leslie was incredibly understanding about Monday being Sunday but also because it’s a great book. AND because all author profits are being donated to the National Alliance on Mental Health (NAMI) so by buying the book or donating here you’ll be helping end the stigma against mental illness. It is clever and kooky and you should check her out right now because she’s good people.