So, as some of you may know, I recently got this iPod touch thingy. It's bippin amazing. I absolutely love it, other than the fact that I am now addicted to several of the free games it offers me. Goodbye productivity. The very first thing I downloaded on my device a couple of weeks ago is a game called "Death Worm" Look it up. It's pretty much a game based on the movie "Tremors". Same worm lookin monster and a desert and everything.
So, I was hangin out after class last week playin my game, when my friend Caleb asked me what I was doing. I showed him what was up and he was like, "Dude this is just like Tremors." and I was like, "I know, right? I love that flick." Which sparked a conversation about it and about how when the zombie apocalypse comes, it'd sure be nice to have Burt Gummer around. One thing you should know about my friend Caleb: he's probably seen more movies than all of us put together and he lives to quote them. It's ridiculous. He can go on forever reciting old lines. So whilst we were having the Burt Gummer convo, he busted out the "Cannon fuse" quote. That was on Friday. Monday I couldn't believe my luck when I checked the blog.
I get lucky with this game alot. Too bad I can't catch a fish to save my life. Averaging 6 hours a day. 5 days. 12 baited lines per day = 0 fishes. NOT COOL.
So here we go again kiddos.
D: Could you make me a woman?
F: Honey, I'm so happy!
D: I knew you'd understand.
D: Wow, films. Will I be introducing these movies on air?
T: Not exactly.
D: What do I do?
T: Well you take all these cans, you box 'em, you ship 'em. Then you box those cans over there, ship them, then more will come in. You box those, you ship those. Any questions?
D: After you box them...?
T: You ship 'em. Lotsa luck, smartass.
D: I think I made a friend.
As if it needed giving away...
"I saw it, Sir. It was a run by fruiting!"
Git 'er dun.