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did you do shrek x macklemore already
They met long ago, while thrift shopping. Shrek had been in the dressing room, but smashed thrugh the door like it was made of paper when he heard a familiar voice rapping outside. “I cant change even if i tried,” the voice had crooned, and Shrek felt the stirrings of love within the swamp of his heart.
Now they stood in front of each other as equals. They share so many laughs, so many tears. Macklemore had made him coffee (coffee) and a bagel (bagel), and another bagle (two bagels). He was Shrek;s stay at home daddy, and Shrek was gonna make it Fathers Day every day.
"Mcacklemore," says Shrek in a soft Scottish burr. "Take off yer layers."
Macklemore strip like an onion. Srek cries just a little. “Let me pop your tags, Shrek-kun,” Macklelmore said huskily as he shed his gator shoes, which were green. How could Shrek refuse? He embraced Mackle tenderly.
"This night will never be ogre," he says into macklemores ear.
my 7 year old son (astutely calling attention to the lack of female leads in action and adventure films).
While watching Johnny Depp and Penelope Cruz flirt in POTC On Stranger Tides my son asked me “Why is there always romance in every movie?” He had asked the same question last week when we watched Kirsten Dunst and Toby Maguire have their memorable moment in the rain in Spiderman. He’s 7 and not a fan of kissing scenes. I try to explain that many people, especially adults, enjoy romance so it’s a popular thing in movies.
He responds with “So they always put a girl character in for someone to fall in love with?” And I am floored, because I realize the message Hollywood has sent my child is that you only need to include one female character - and it’s not so she can be the hero. If a 7 year old boy can recognize that women in action films are nothing but a plot device it is time for the film industry to admit they have a problem.
there are serously people in this day and age who do Not Tip, they say “oh i don’t tip” like it’s a charming character trait. don’t talk to these people. dont look at them. these people should be required to tell their waitresses that they don’t tip before service starts. let the chips fall where they may
My mom taught me to tip everywhere. Restaurants, hotels, hairdressers, wherever the service people might not be getting paid enough for their work.
She once want somewhere (in the USA, mind you) where nobody had ever heard of tipping. She left money on the table and the woman who found it brought it outside and tried to give it back. My mom told the woman to keep it and she acted like it was the kindest thing anyone had ever done for her.
So yeah. Tip, kiddos.
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