Miracle Max watercolors by Scott Christian Sava
Right now, I’m spending Valentine’s with my two favorite guys (Turhan’s Bey Company and NinjaSpyBoy) at a 1920’s movie palace watching this film.
Yeah, it’s a kissing movie.
The Princess Bride by Nick Thornborrow
Edit: We were going to the movie palace, but NinjaSpyBoy came home sick. And we’re staying home.
Ah, well. I can love them just as much here as I could downtown.
This would be awesome!
By Francesco Francavilla. This is such a dark, overly dramatic interpretation of the film. While The Princess Bride certainly had serious moments, I always categorize it as a comedy before any other genre. Seeing this, the way the action has been taken to an extreme…part of me thinks it should just be a joke, but damn. Too impressive.
THE DWEAD PIWATE WOBBERTS IS COMING FOW YOUR SOULS!
Another flickr gem! Here’s me, Matt, Ryan, and Brian in the DragonCon parade in 2007 I believe!
Wuv, Twue Wuv Scent
The Geek: The clergyman probably practiced his whole life for this all-important moment: wedding the new king to his chosen queen. Years of practice in front of a mirror… wasted by an impatient groom. Seriously, of all the impetuous demands. Skip to the end? Just say man and wife? Don’t you know, if you didn’t say it, you didn’t do it. Cwazy pwinces.
The Chic: This scent evokes visions of springtime and the summer love that follows. Freesias, frangipanis and plumerias sprout from under raspberry roots, breathing the citrus-laden air of melons, cherries, apples and pears. (via Wuv, Twue Wuv)
I’m personally not a fan of flowery scents (which is why I use Demeter; I can instead smell like vanilla cake batter, sushi, chocolate mint, ginger & more), but this movie (while fantastic in its own right) has special meaning: we actually used the wedding scene in our (slightly comedic) ceremony!