I really hate Dean guitars. A lot of people like them. But that's only because they want to be Dimebag Darrell because he used a Dean. Personally I've had nothing but bad experiences with Deans. They're better for practice than actual use for songs.
I don't like it when fruits and chocolate are put together. Especially berries, and especially those nasty biscuits with chocolate-covered fruit jam. Fruits are sour and that doesn't go at all with chocolate's softer taste.
On a similar note, I don't think fruit makes for a good dessert. Fruit to me has always been a side dish, not something to eat on its own after a meal.
And a couple other fruit related ones: Mixing fruits together into a fruit salad ruins the taste of even the good fruits by mixing all the juices together, I'd rather have just one type of fruit at a time.
Post by SpottedBlades on Jul 28, 2016 22:52:23 GMT
Don't worry. Once you get through college, your body learns to sustain itself with pasta and cheap-ass food. And if you're crafty enough, cheap-ass food can be really good (and nutritive enough). I mean, just try a slice of my homemade apple pie and see for yourself.
Post by SpottedBlades on Jul 30, 2016 16:53:24 GMT
I think the same, y'know. The originals represent the 80's, while the prequels have the 2000's spirit in terms of tech and effects. They're to be watched with that in mind. The 8th film looks okay, and suits the 2010's tastes in terms of movies. It introduced a lot of people to the Star Wars hype. (I mean, imagine if "A New Hope" got released during the Tumblr era. Wouldn't be much different from what is there today.) And while I'm not a big fan, I kind of want to see where the rest of the trilogy goes.
By the way, The Chronicles of Narnia are overrated and the Eragon movie wasn't so bad. I wish it had a sequel.
The W.i.t.c.h cartoon was better than the comic. It did take some creative liberties, and made a lot of things happen way sooner or later than the original, but it took its time to let us know the characters and introduce the plot. Seeing the girls training and screwing up with their new powers was really fun. Heck, given you don't know the story, they even give some suspense about one of the plot elements, while the comic kind of throws it at your face in the third chapter or so. I haven't read up to the second story arc yet so I can't tell whether season two was also made in this direction, but I'm sure they also did their own thing. Too bad season 3 was cancelled, I'd have loved to see what they'd do. (and have an ever catchier opening theme. the european one, right, not the us one.)
And in case this wasn't controversial enough, I also think that today's Smosh videos aren't as funny as the 2012s ones.