So this weekend was pretty lazy, yet still pretty awesome. Because lazy = awesome.
Friday night consisted of Erin, Ronnie and Alex coming over to play Rock Band (Jeremy was sick D:) -- Erin sang most of the time, because the rest of us were like "OH HELL NO I AIN'T SINGING IN FRONT OF PEOPLE." I started on drums and Ronnie on bass and Alex on guitar. Alex was playing on expert and the rest of us were pussing out and playing on like easy/medium. Why? Because we could.
I ended up singing "Welcome Home" by Coheed and Cambria, Ronnie helped Erin out on vocals with "Ten Speed (of God's Blood and Burial)" and we made Alex sing "Wonderwall" by Oasis. So we all ended up singing at some point, which was fun. Although, Alex getting on drums and trying it on expert -- then bitching whenever one of us would save him with our overdrive and then pretty much failing "Dani California" for us = THANKS WTF.
Saturday, I pretty much sat around and watched tv and played some Rock Band. Then Saturday night Alex and I both realized we were bored and decided to watch a cheesy, horrible movie. We discussed what movie would fit that awesome genre until he asked "OMG HAVE YOU EVER SEEN THE WIZARD?" I hadn't. He had it on VHS and he brought it over. Let me tell you about this movie.The Wizard
is from 1989 and it is basically a big advertisement for Universal Studios and Nintendo:The Wizard, also known as Joy Stick Heroes, is a 1989 movie starring Fred Savage, Luke Edwards, and Jenny Lewis. The film follows three runaway children as they travel to California so the youngest, who has a condition that makes him emotionally withdrawn, can compete in the Nintendo World Video Game Championships. The movie was North America's introduction to one of the best selling video games of all time, Super Mario Bros. 3.
Seriously, I'm not lying. It's like OMG LOOK YOU JUST PAID MONEY TO SIT IN A THEATER AND YOU GOT A PEEK AT SUPER MARIO BROTHERS 3 O SHIT! I probably would've done it, what am I saying? D:
Anyways, after that awesome awesome work of art was over we ended up watching some of the episodes he hadn't seen of the third season of It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia
-- namely, the one where Charlie almost marries a 12-year-old Korean girl, the one where Dennis and Dee's mom dies, the one where the McPoyle's hold them all hostage at Paddy's and the one where -- oh hell, THE ALUMINUM MONSTER VS. FATTY MAGOO. Which is an amazing episode, if only for the part where Dennis busts into Fatty Magoo's office at the end in his dress and makeup and lots of uber-fake boobage. "WHAT ARE YOU GUYS DOING HERE? *flourish*" (This was after we watched a couple episodes the night before with Erin and Ronnie like "SWEET DEE'S DATING A RETARDED PERSON" and "FRANK SETS SWEET DEE ON FIRE"~ XD)
And then after those it was like 2am. But The Fresh Prince of Bel Air
was on tv. Those can't be passed up. So we watched a couple of those before he went home. Oh Will Smith, how we love thee.
Sunday was great cause my mom and I basically laid around and watched Cops all day on G4. People are so stupid. "OMG THIS WEED IN MY PANTS. UH, THESE ARE MY FRIEND'S PANTS AND I BORROWED THEM. I DIDN'T KNOW IT WAS IN THERE." Dur dur dur dur dur dur durrrrrr. But I love Cops. It's like one of those shows that you watch and another episode comes on afterwards and you're like, "OKAY JUST ONE MORE." And then after that it comes on yet again and it's like, "...OKAY JUST ONE MORE THIS TIME." Because it is awesome mindless entertainment. I love watching people makes asses out of themselves while trying to get out of the fact that they broke the law. "DUR I DIDN'T DO IT, I SWEAR!!1" TOOLBOXES.
And now it is Monday. D: Luckily Monday is almost Tuesday, and by that I mean I AM HOME FROM WORK FOR THE DAY. :D