I have written this sentence only using words that appear in the dictionary.
It is not as hard as you think.
note: I may do a post using only words that appear in songs one day … or maybe movies.
double note: “I have designed my style pantomimes as white ink drawings on black backgrounds, so that man’s destiny appears as a thread lost in an endless labyrinth. I have tried to shed some gleams of light on the shadow of man startled by his anguish.”
Stick to your day job pantomime boy!
triple note: I would never make fun of Harpo Marx.
quadruple note: childbirth must not be in the dictionary: too many contractions.
Today started out rough, but became smooth. It must have been the “sandpaper of time” at work.
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I bet trainspotters were really disappointed with the movie.
note: I bet heroin addicts are disappointed with that wrestling show Smackdown too.
double note: If heroin addicts were boatspotters, they’d be looking for the old Chinese ones.
triple note: My friend is a planespotter. I keep asking him why he sits around at the airport watching planes when he could be at home watching TV.
quadruple note: I could keep going on about this, but I’ve got a train to watch.
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If I had to choose between being a “movie villain” or a “comic book villain”, I’d want to be a comic book villain because they don’t seem to die.
I guess a comic book villain in a movie would be the best.
note: Superman came from another planet and only had super human strength on earth. Maybe on another planet I could really kick some serious ass.
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When movies and TV shows are dubbed into another language voice actors are used.
If I was a voice actor, I’d want to translate Mr. Bean because I wouldn’t have to work that hard.
note: In the Spanish version of “Terminator 2“, the Terminator says, “Sayonara Baby” instead of “Hasta la vista Baby“. (seriously)
I’m sure in some language the Terminator says, ” Catcha later dude“.
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Asteroid B-612 The Little Prince by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry.
When I was a kid, some things just blew my tiny little mind.
Disneyland, The Planet of the Apes, Where The Wild Things Are, The Wizard of Oz, Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory, The Lion The Witch and The Wardrobe, and Dr. Seuss.
Before I even knew what a box was, these other people had been thinking outside of it for a long time.
And some were thinking inside it.
“This is only his box. The sheep you asked for is inside.”
The Little Prince by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry.
Maybe there is no “thinking outside the box” after all.
Just some people have bigger boxes than others.
note: I think my box is full of crayons (and they are all the same colour).
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I like lyrics, but some movie scores stick in my brain: Mission Impossible, James Bond, Indiana Jones, Star Wars, The Godfather, Cool Hand Luke, The Great Escape; and more recently Spy Kids and Harry Potter.
Is it because these movies were really popular or were the scores really good?
I don’t know.
With my luck: if I had a score following me around, it would probably be Friday the 13th or Jaws!!