- Things John Travolta can say: Systematic Hydromatic, Ultramatic
- Things John Travolta can't say: Idina Menzel
Gravity really wasn’t that good.
…Unless of course now people want to spend money on actual space, in which case GRAVITY IS THE GREATEST FILM IN THE WORLD.
"Quick question though, am I panicked about the fire or am I being brave for everyone else."
There’s a situation that I have encountered throughout my lifetime, that when walking behind and/or near a group of attractive ladies, and a random stranger dude (RSD, for the purposes of brevity) walking towards you is caught by you checking out said attractive ladies, he may ultimately proceed to give you the world’s creepiest smile as if we’re, in that single instant, telepathically linked and on the same fucking page.
For future reference creepy dude, we aren’t. What I am most likely considering is one of the following :
a) what is the legitimate plural to multiple Jesus(es) (Jesii?)
b) whether or not Loki actually killed Odin, or simply hid him somewhere like a gross basement in Northern New Jersey(which makes you wonder what you even feed a captive Odin, but that’s a whole ‘nother letter)
c) should I be working on writing a chorus or trying to find the nearest $5 milkshake
d) can I survive till the next episode of Game of Thrones? (outlook uncertain)
e) Gross, dude. That’s not even what those are used for.
This song came out nearly 45 years ago, and it’s still light years ahead of what most people are doing today.
I’m kind of ambivalent about the chorus, but oh, when the drums kick in at the start more than makes up for it.