I am SUCH a sucker for everything that has to do with weddings. I will gladly sit down on the couch to watch an entire marathon of “Say Yes To The Dress”. I walk by wedding dress stores and fawn over each and every gown. And when I attend weddings, I compare each one to the last. Now I’m not saying that I’m obsessed with getting married any time soon (dear God, no…) — but it sure is fun being a part of the chaos and hell of planning one and putting it together.
Anyways, all that to say that I found this absolutely stunning collection of wedding photos whilst StumblingUpon. Can we say dream wedding? Yup.
#10 Wes Anderson movies
White people love Wes Anderson movies more than they love their kids. If a white guy takes a white girl to a Wes Anderson movie on their first date, and neither of them have seen it, they will immediately commence a relationship that is reflected in songs by Ryan Adams and Bright Eyes.
Wes Anderson movies have this way of being sort of funny and a little clever, so white people in the audience will laugh like crazy. Also, if they don’t get the joke and other white people start laughing, they’ll all join in. It’s pretty much the case that if one dude with glasses laughs, the entire theater will be in stitches within 15 seconds.
If you find yourself in a situation with a white person, and an awkard silence falls over you. Mention any of the movies below and you will have something to talk about, and they will like you. Here are some approved comments:
- The Darjeeling Limited (2007) “It’s so great to see that he’s back, Owen Wilson is just fantastic.”
- Hotel Chevalier (2007) “Can you believe Natalie Portman got kind of naked?”
- The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou (2004) “I know a lot of people said they didn’t like this film, but I thought it was fantastic.” (Note: it is acceptable to be critical of this movie).
- The Royal Tenenbaums (2001) “This movie changed my life.”
- Rushmore (1998) “This is when Bill Murray really changed in my eyes, he’s so fantastic in the movie, and Jason Schwartzman is a true star.”
- Bottle Rocket (1996) “I saw this movie in 1994″
Kids cruise on wobbly bikes, toddlers race on tipsy trikes, and you drift deep into the hot summer night. Swerve and curve onwindy roads as darkness slowly falls and stars pop out to reveal a twinkly twilight glow. As you hit the gas and drop your windows the warm beating rush of summer air makes you smile and makes everything else in the world just fade away… fade away… fade away… fade away… fade away…