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Shout out to @magebloom for being my first ever suggester on my first ever open list and starting me on this wild anti-climactic ride!
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    Tapping on it once
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    Tapping on it once
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    Long-holding it
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Working from the top of my head and I set a few limits: 1) Performance must produce/alter the sound of the song - leaving plenty of great dancing (ex. Pulp Fiction twist contest) and montages (ex. Scarface money laundering) for other lists. 2) Only movies, no TV (lest this be a M*A*S*H and Arrested Development love fest). Suggest your favorites!
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    "Ain't That a Kick in the Head"
    Ocean's Eleven
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    "As Time Goes By"
    Casablanca
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    "Blowin' in the Wind"
    Forrest Gump
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    🚩 Make sure the things you bond over are at least fleeting and anecdotal or, ideally, antisocial and self-destructive.
    Your love for calculus which you'll soon forget, your distaste for that preppy group of girls from your graduating class who you'll never see again, your general aversion for strangers and social situations.
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    🚩 Make sure you have be talked into the whole marriage thing.
    Buckling under that pressure will fuel your resentment for yourself and everyone else later.
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    🚩 Make sure you break up a few times in the months/years prior to marriage then inexplicably get back together.
    The better to show you have no idea what you really even want. If these breakups raise trust issues, then you know you're cooking with gas.
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    Shawshank Redemption
    If they play other movies on TV I wouldn't know it because this is always on and I am always watching it.
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    Diet Coke
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    Goodwill
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    Target Men's Dept Clearance
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    Fear of bodily injury
    These two are especially zealous.
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    Fear of being held scoreless
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    Fear of Belgians
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Pretty much all the names I've ever kind of liked. And the idea of having kids at all. These aren't necessarily a bunch of bad students, but I'm weirded out by the idea of using the name of any student, or any coworker's babies. Or their dogs... Anyway, some examples:
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    Lucy
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    Mia
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    Emma
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Assist to my Rotten Tomatoes account which, despite not making my ratings sortable or otherwise user-friendly, managed not to purge all the data I've collected over the last 7 years or so. For the missing release years below, I've yet to see any movies (or any good ones). The list will evolve and grow but, surprisingly, there aren't many blanks.
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    T-1987: Planes, Trains and Automobiles
    ✈️🚂🚙🚗
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    T-1987: Full Metal Jacket
    ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
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    T-1986: Hannah and Her Sisters
    ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
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    1. That moment I ordered a biscuit and hash browns for breakfast and the Latina who took my order asked me if I wanted "any ketches or yelly". It's an adorable mispronunciation, unless you work with her all morning every morning probably.
    Mmm... Grape yelly...
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    2. That moment when one of my more socially awkward students really insistently wanted to tell me (and, by proxy, any other responsible parties) thank you for letting them dissect sheep hearts. Like she made me acknowledge it rather than brush it off.
    Side note: She has recently taken to trying to make me feel uncomfortable by walking up to me and asking me stupid questions lighting-round style and then going "Awkwaaaaard..." after I answer them all straight-faced without acknowledging that she's obviously being weird as hell.
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    3. That moment my girlfriend and I developed a Helen Keller conspiracy theory over dinner then my two best friends chimed in with their takes on it without ever stopping to ask the obvious: "Why the fuck are you asking us this?"
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    Robert Osborne on TCM
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    Except I would never steal his job. I would like his job to be ceremoniously torch-passed to me.
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    Ben Mankiewicz? I might would steal his job.