THIS DAMN GAME
Turned 21 today. Went to the BFI to see a screening of Roger Rabbit and the 1992 Thief and the Cobbler workprint. Was the only one to be invited into the BFI’s private room and shake hands with Richard Williams.
Happy Birthday to me.
What is Japan’s issue with lemon-lime drinks? There’s only a few vending machines and shops in the country where you’ll be able to find the likes of Sprite and 7-Up.
On Wednesday I went to the BFI Southbank to see Monsters University not only two weeks before American release, but six weeks before British release. Does it top Monsters Inc.? Does it really need to? Thanks to Dan Scanlon (and executive producers Pete Docter and Andrew Stanton), Pixar have gone back to being pure genius, especially with the short film that accompanied it. I won’t spoil much, but there is an opening title sequence that uses 2D animation.
After the screening, Dan, producer Kori Rae and producer of the original film Darla K. Anderson (who wasn’t in the Q&A) stopped by to sign autographs and take some photographs, and here’s the photos I have.
NOTE: I very badly blurred my face because I hate it.
I’m a little pudgy myself.
Not that it’s a big deal or anything.
It seems that I have drooled so much over round, fat bellies that I decided to create a blog about them, featuring photos, screencaps and drawings, even the childhood destroyers. And it also has air inflation and vore, as I posted them onto Fudge Yeah Cartoon Fatness despite my distaste in them.
Yes, I created yet another Tumblr blog, and it has essences of FYCF and The Glory of DA.
*sigh* I do this to myself, don’t I?
After all these years, I finally got my hair cut short after realising being afraid of a full haircut is totally ridiculous, even when I stopped being afraid but preferred to be “unique”. Now the only problem I have with my hair is my fringe getting in the way! :D
I’m back from Kefalonia. In no other week have I seen so many cats.