Everyone’s a Critic 3.0

26 Jun
So… I went to see Toy Story 3 the other day with my little brother and my friend Heather. We went at noon and there were a few kids but more adults. ALL the adults were ROLLING!! It was a hysterical movie, jokes about outlaws welcome past the border, Mr. Potato Head (Mr. Warmth himself, Don Rickles who I adore!!) stealing money…of course they have the Jew take the money!! It was great, but it is a Pixar movie so they try to make you tear up. Honestly, best new movie I’ve seen all year.
The plot revolves around Andy growing up and what is he going to do with his old toys. The movie basically made me feel bad about giving away toys. I still have my big box of Barbies that aren’t going anywhere any time soon now! My first Barbie I got when I was 2 after waking up from a nap. This is the ad for her.

She was AWESOME! While watching the movie it made me miss playing. Growing up sucks for a BUNCH of reasons and people that play with toys in adulthood are normally geeks who live in their Mom’s basement, so I don’t think I’ll start it up again! I also love the smell of new plastic, you know, the way a brand new toy smells on Christmas…ahhhh, it’s wonderful. Watching the movie made me realize why my parents, well mostly my Dad, played with my toys before I woke up on Christmas.

Speaking of Barbies they are making a Sugar Daddy Barbie, who looks…super FABBBULOUSS!!!!
They didn’t make Ken gay in the movie, but he was very flamboyant. Honestly, he was the best character, hilarious.
The Sugar Daddy Ken reminds of a hilarious character a guy from Second City created called, Sassy Gay Friend.

3 Responses to “Everyone’s a Critic 3.0”

  1. Heather June 28, 2010 at 6:30 AM #

    >Woot! I made the blog!

  2. MAYBELLINE June 29, 2010 at 10:47 PM #

    >Does your Barbie still work or has arthritis set in?

  3. John July 24, 2010 at 6:32 PM #

    >This is really Suzanne. . .not John. Anyway, so, sooo funny!Also, I feel so sorry for you! Your Barbie is a fake! I have the real Barbie (Ken & Midge too!) which was made in the actual 50's. They were made with "original plastic", and their features were totally authentic. And my Barbie's wardorobe is spectacular. . .handmade, one-of-a-kind designer stuff made by my mom and grandma. A fur trimmed car coat. . .need I say more?

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