J-Si’s Blog: BroLight
Yes, I watched Twilight last night, and I must say that it was pretty good. I’m not a Twihard (that’s the nickname for the fans right?), but I enjoyed the movie, for the most part. I did not catch the last movie, which means I missed quite a bit, but I understood what happened to Bella. The whole vampire sexy time still weirds me out. I didn’t know that vampires liked to get it on that much! I don’t want to give much of the movie away, so I will just say that Edward dies. Ok, I am kidding, but Shanon almost punched me in the face because she thought I was telling the truth. haha!
I did have one of those “awkward moment when” events. In fact, there were a couple. Yes, I invited bad influence Paul to the movie, which was probably the most awkward question to ask your dude friend. I had to ask someone, because Kinsey and I could not find a babysitter, and she wanted to stay home since she is going out of town for work today. That awkward question was answered with a “yes”, but it does not stop there! Oh yeah, we were rocking out to Justin Bieber on the way to the movie. Did I turn the volume up and roll the windows down in the parking lot when we passed a bunch of people? Heck yeah! Apparently, a couple of the girls in the mob of people were going to our movie because when we walked in, one said, “were you guys really listening to Justin Bieber?” The third awkward moment was having to walk into the theater, with a dude, and sitting next to each other… no space between us… and being joined by Kidd, and Big Al. So there we are, 4 dudes, at twilight, and we did not do the “empty seat between us” rule. Yup. Boyzzzz night out was super fun! There was one positive tho… none of us cried. So there’s that! I think that Big Al’s snoring helped us through that difficult time.
Oh, and did I mention that Kinsey has work? Yup! She’s going out of town to make us some money! Problem: Cason is being a butthead lately. He miraculously has learned to throw lil tantrums now, if we don’t hold his hand and walk around the house with him. He will lay on the ground, scream, look up to make sure we see him, and then continue. If we walk out of the room during his tantrum, he looks up, stops… and waits until we get back into the room to continue. Smart man! This just started happening since I got back from Kidd’s Kids, but it is easier to handle when both of us are around, even if Kinsey is in the office working on her business venture… she can at least come out and help calm him down. Wish me luck!