A modern-day horror movie everyone seems to enjoy is The Babadook. Jenny loves horror (she married me) so of course we watched it. Months have passed since we did and in that time I have not changed my opinion. The … Continue reading Did the Australians Ruin the Babadook?
I’ve had a few trips to the doctors lately. Before these recent outings, it had probably been a decade since I was last examined. Thankfully, no newspapers from 2007 were found in any x-rays I received. However, nothing was really … Continue reading Doctors Need Less Vacations and More Magic Wands
Everybody seemed to regard everything as a deity back in the day, and bees are no exceptions. The queen bee was looked upon as a manifestation or symbol of the “Goddess” in the ancient world, in Ancient Sumer, Minoan Crete, … Continue reading Bees Used to be Holy, Ya Know (Plus, Asgardia)
Louder than a flock of teenage girls and more intrusive than an Amber Alert; sometimes our phones buzz like crazy and we receive warning of a flash flood. It happened recently and aside from some wet clothes and smelling Italian … Continue reading The Average Flood in the US is a Light Mist in the Philippines
I could swear–riding roller coasters and other thrill rides used to seem the most fantastic idea to me. I think when you’re a kid, you’re more open to acts where you risk losing a limb or two. When you’re older … Continue reading VLOG: A Day at Six Flags Great Adventure (Minus the Vomiting Shots)
My darling wife managed to survive her first winter in the United States. It was a moderately friendly one with limited snow and warmer than usual temperatures. Next year may not be so kind. Winter is cruel and vengeful. Winter … Continue reading Jenny Survived Winter: Can She Master Her First American Summer?
Some strange level of giddiness and desperation got into us a few months ago and we did the unthinkable; we wasted money on lottery tickets. I had never purchased lottery tickets in my life previous to this. Seeing how big … Continue reading Dreams Don’t Come True: We’ve Quit the Lottery
Almost seven months ago I got married while gasping for air. It’s normal to get choked up at a wedding. My reason was a little different. My wedding was special because it was also the first time I’ve worn a … Continue reading Did I Mention I Couldn’t Breathe During My Wedding?
One constant reminder regarding the difference between the Philippines and US is how people treat the empty seat next to them. Specifically, the way we handle vacant seats on public transit. For some reason, many Americans like to guard that … Continue reading Empty Seats in the Philippines Are Treated Differently Than in the US
Look at that title. Have you ever seen something so click baity? We’re not having a baby anytime soon, as far as we know. It’s still a topic we think about and an event society pressures us into accomplishing. A … Continue reading Time to Have a Baby
After a long day at work, it’s nice to come home to eat with my wife and watch disturbing tales of murder on her phone. This is the current tradition Jenny and I have each weekday. Usually when I arrive … Continue reading Forensic Files: Our Current Dinner-Watching Entertainment
Last night, Timmy and I watched the 100th in the list of movies we watched together. That may seem a lot of movies, but since we belong to the couch potatoes, “Netflix-and-chill piggy” generation, that number doesn’t really seem so high. … Continue reading Do Not Have Sex with an Erumpent (A Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them Non-Review)
Back in maybe December or so, Jenny and I were freshly newlywed and ready to take on the world. As the officiant at our wedding put it, we could dream big dreams. So, shortly after we were wed, we starting … Continue reading Movies We Literally Reference Every Day: The Lobster
One year ago, Jenny got an overly excited message from me on Facebook at around 10am Eastern Standard Time. Due to the time difference, her message arrived sometime around 10pm Tropic As Fuck Time. Despite the hot weather and dark … Continue reading Today in Bee History: Fiancée Petition Approval Day
Have you ever wondered what a gross married couple does on their weekends? If so, get ready to have your mind blown with this video. Continue reading VLOG: Gross Married Couple Spend Weekend Together
Despise my see-through shallow comments, I really think you should follow me on social media. Continue reading Follow Me On Social Media
Looking for something unexpectedly solid on Netflix? One movie worth checking out is I’m Not A Serial Killer. It’s based on a book series so you know it’s good. The film is about a creepy teenager who has a fascination … Continue reading I’m Not A Serial Killer Review: Christopher Lloyd is Back and Really Old
Every woman has a love/hate relationship with her hair. It couldn’t just be me!!! See, every couple of months or so I get really bored with my hair. That means, every couple of months or so I am at really … Continue reading VLOG: Hair Crisis + First Popeyes Experience
I’m standing on a train, riding to work on a Friday as the clouds look like a urine pack ready to explode. There’s an advertisement in front of me for some local running event. They’re trying to get people to … Continue reading What’s With All the Running?
I descended the testicle dropped the ball on this one. Back in February, Jenny and I got to spend our first Valentine’s Day together. The weekend was filled with food and we actually never fully shared just how much we … Continue reading On Memorial Day: Here’s More On Our First Valentine’s Day Weekend Together