My ideal day is pretty simple. I like waking up refreshed early and having 2 or 3 cups of Dunkin’ Donuts coffee, maybe a bacon egg and cheese biscuit to go along with it. After that, I’d have a really good morning poop (because honestly, who doesn’t love this?) followed by a nice long shower. Afterwards I’d play video games and do fairly well (So I wouldn’t be playing Street Fighter…I’d be playing League of Legends or Mario Kart). Then I’d go out to Randy’s Pizza for lunch with the wife. Either a good double feature at The Carolina, or out to Sam’s Bottle Shop for a couple of beers on their balcony. The night ends with some sexy times with my wife.
Ugh, another really good year. Of course, this is the 80s we’re talking about. I think I’m gonna go top 5 again.
1) Raising Arizona
2) Evil Dead 2
Honorable Mentions: Overboard, The Lost Boys, Monster Squad, Planes,Trains, and Automobiles, Beverly Hills Cop 2, Nightmare on Elm Street 3: The Dream Warriors, Moonstruck, La Bamba, Throw Mama From The Train, Good Morning, Vietnam,
1) Lethal Weapon
2) The Living Daylights
3) Superman IV
4) Jaws: The Revenge
5) Flowers in the Attic
I’ve got to go with the easy answer here. The woman I really admire has gotta be the wife. She’s at work right now, and she’s 7 months pregnant and I know she’s been having a rough couple of days. I won’t get too into it because I’m not sure how much of her personal life she likes out there on the interwebs, but this pregnancy has been harder on her than it is on most people, and she’s handled it like a fucking boss. No lie, I was really worried she’d be missing work and it would really put a dent into our (barely there) funds, but I think she has only missed one day, and I might even be wrong about that. I actually told her to call out tonight, and she didn’t. She’s going to be such an amazing mom, and she’s all ready the best wife ever. She has the odds stacked up against her a lot, but she doesn’t let it slow her down too much.
Holy fuck, this is really, really tough.
1) Forbidden World/Mutant
2) The Thing
3) Blade Runner
5) The Toy
(yeah, I made it five…I’m also leaving out TONS of good ones. I’m pretty sure 1982 is the best year for movies. I’m leaving out The New York Ripper, E.T., Slumber Party Massacre, Basket Case, Tenebre, Diner, Dead Men Don’t Wear Plaid, The World According to Garp, Cat People, Night Shift, King of Comedy, Conan, Fast Times, First Blood, AND MORE!!! SERIOUSLY!!!)
1) Halloween III (sorry, just not a fan)
2) Annie (sorry, but fucking musicals. I hate them.)
3) Star Trek II (Never been a Trek fan. I always thought it was boring)