Saturday, March 15, 2008

3.15.08

I've had a lot of time to watch daytime television over the last few days. Some thoughts on that:


Drew Carrey is awful on "The Price is Right"

The grooms on "A Wedding Story" are all pansies and cry more than all the men I've ever seen cry in my life... combined

While the crotch shots on "A Baby Story" don't gross me out quite like they did when we'd sit around watching "A Wedding Story" at my sorority house and "A Baby Story" would would come on without anyone realizing, I still don't think I really want my baby taken directly from my vag and placed onto my chest. I would be more than happy to let my little one get towelled off, bundled and then handed to me, snug as a bug in a rug. And as far as pulling my child out of my own hole? No way.

I'm embarrassed to admit that I don't know if those pretend street signs that signal a commercial break on "What Not To Wear" that say "White Permitted After Labor Day" and "Matching Shoes and Handbag Required" are serious or not. I mean I know at one time you weren't supposed to wear white after Labor Day, but then I thought that was no longer, but then why would they confuse fashion disasterous viewiers with false advertisement, and OH! These signs are playing with my mind! Help me, Stacy and Clinton.

Flipping a house could be fun if someone else was paying for it.

CNN Headline News plays the same story loop over and over, all day long. I thought airports had their own special CNN station, but it turns out it's the same one we get at home! I guess I've never stayed tuned more than an hour at home.

I'm so thankful Pedigree changed the end of their dog kennel commercial. It is SO much better now!

Does anyone know who sings the song in the Cheerios/Pampers commercial with the dad trying to get his baby to say "Daddy"... it starts "If you needed me I'd be there.."?

Umm, I think that's it:)

1 comment:

Jennie! said...

Yeah, I sort of thought now you weren't supposed to exactly match your shoes to your handbag. But I'm pretty much the opposite of fashionable, so what do I know?