Welcome to New York, where the girls outnumber the guys 2 to 1... and that's on a good night!Here's the group that went to Stalking Santa posing with one of the Actor's from the film, he's standing in the middle. Peace out and have a great weekend!
Last night I went to the NY movie premiere of "Stalking Santa", a film by some of the same people involved in "The Singles Ward." Narrated by William Shatner, this movie was very enjoyable, funny, a little dark, but mostly just good entertainment. Two "scientists", and I use the term loosely, seek to find out whether or not there is a real Santa. I won't tell you how it ends though... the movie is going on sale at Walmart this holiday season and I recommend it as a silly Christmas movie you can enjoy with your family! Plus, it was mostly shot in Utah, so anyone who lived in Provo will recognize places in the film. PLUS, William Shatner... need I say more?
I would go rollerskating! I love rollerskating... and not with rollerblades out on the street, but real "old-fashioned" roller skating, with the skates, and the rink, the flashing lights and disco ball, skating around listening to 80's hits, mostly Bryan Adams, getting a small sprite with the crunchie ice and hanging out. Yes, if I could do anything right now, I would be roller skating... what would you do?
At that Halloween party the other night, I was so excited and happily surprised to see so many people dressed up in great costumes. It was amazing! Then, across the crowd, I saw none other than Waldo! You know who I mean, the Where's Waldo guy! This was super exciting for me, I've played with the idea of dressing up as that for a few Halloween's now. Anyway, the point is, later on in the evening I was walking through a crowd of people dancing when I bumped in to none other than Waldo! So, of course, I tapped him on the shoulder and said "I've been looking for you all night!" To which Mr. Waldo looked at me bewildered, like he had no clue who I was. I was like "uhhh... you are dressed as Where's Waldo... right?" he nodded. I said after another awkward pause... "You're Where's Waldo, and I found you." At this point, HE finally remembered what a Where's Waldo was, and I walked away. Halloween tip: remember what you're dressed as and you may avoid an awkward situation or two.