day 77 part 2 - green milk and reese pieces

Sorry - I have to backtrack a bit here (note to self: you keep raving about Momento - if it's so great, use it). St. Patrick's Day was a busy day in our house with lots going on, most of which I forgot to capture in my other post.

We started the day with a St. Patrick's Day breakfast of green milk and ceero.* Oddly enough, the milk didn't taste differently. I know, I know - the different taste is a psychological thing which I would actually believe if I hadn't tried green ketchup ten-ish years ago. Oh my god that stuff was gross.

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Day 77

After breakfast it was time to get ready to go to the movies. Did you know that Cineplex shows family movies on Saturday mornings at 11? It's a series called "Family Favourites" and they show older movies, some of which are from when I was a kid. Admission is only $2.50 each. Snacks are still $50.

Of the movies on the list, only one was a clear winner in my mind. Only one of those movies was worth making the drive and if it came down to it, I would even have paid regular price to see it on the big screen again: ET.

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It was worth every penny and the smuggled in Reese's Pieces were AWESOME.

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I'll close this post with some memorable quotes from the day:

Leaving for Cineplex to see ET:

Me: I think you'll like this movie Ava. I saw it when I was your age.
Ava: You were five too?!
Me: Yes I was! You're good at math. How many years ago was that?
Ava (thinking hard): Ummm...a hundred?

Apparently she's not as good at math as I thought. (The answer of course is thirty.)


Michael: Maybe it was an iguana.
Elliot: It was *no* iguana.
Michael: Maybe, um - You know how they say there are alligators in the sewers?
Gertie: Alligators in the sewers.
Mary: All we're trying to say is, maybe you just probably imagined it. It happened...
Elliot: I couldn't have imagined it!
Michael: Maybe it was a pervert or a deformed kid or something.
Gertie: A deformed kid.
Michael: [mockingly]Maybe an elf or a leprechaun.
Elliot: It was nothing like that, penis-breath!
Mary: [laughs in shock]*Elliot!* Sit down.

Ava laughs her head off. Melissa and I look at each other, alarmed.

Ava: He said peanut breath!!


E.T. has died and they have placed him in clear plastic body bag in a cryogenic chamber  so they can freeze him.

Ava (whispering): Are they going to mail him home?

* Ceero is how Ethan pronounces cereal.


Sheri said…
Love it!! I had no idea they showed old movies and it's only $2.50!! That's awesome! Gotta check that out sometime! I watched E.T. with the girls about a month ago. What a true classic!