Friday, December 21, 2007

The best part of Christmas

I'm actually a sucker for Christmas spirit. I like pulling out the Perry Como album, the ornaments I made in preschool, and - of course - eating the frosting off of all the gingerbread men. But there is also the best Christmas movie ever:
I took a shower washing every body part with actual soap; including all my major crevices; including in between my toes and in my belly button which I never did before but sort of enjoyed. I washed my hair with adult formula shampoo and used cream rinse for that just-washed shine. I can't seem to find my toothbrush, so I'll pick one up when I go out today. Other than that, I'm in good shape.
Someday I'm going to use that as my "contemporary" monologue at an audition and blow everyone away. If you don't know what movie that's from, I'm a little bit concerned for you and maybe we shouldn't be friends anymore. But Happy Holidays anyway.


Robert said...

You totally managed to pick two creepy ass scenes from Home Alone to use as examples of the film. I haven't watched that movie in a very long time, but that is a funny monologue. What ever happened to that poor kid? I hope he lives in a mansion alone in the alps or something. w00t. Merry Xmas.


Meaghan said...

I have to disagree and say that the best Christmas movie is (obviously) A Christmas Story though Home Alone is also quite wonderful, I find it to be a more year-round flick.
If you'll remember: "Over the years I got to be quite a connoisseur of soap. Though my personal preference was for Lux, I found that Palmolive had a nice, piquant after-dinner flavor - heavy, but with a touch of mellow smoothness. Life Buoy, on the other hand... YECCHH!"
and "Every kid, at the back of his mind, vaguely but insistently, believes that he will be struck blind before his 21st birthday. And then they'll be sorry."