Is "PLEASE DO NOT EAT THE PROPS" written out on individual post it notes? That's impressive.
Yeah, you know the guy who wrote out those individual post-it notes was some freelancer who gets paid $50/hour. He took his sweet time making sure every letter was perfect, I'm sure.
All that chocolate looks soooooo tempting
You ate the fuck out of those props, didn't you. Admit it.
So when is "Take Your Friend To Work" day? Because I see some serious prop-eating in my future.
I just do not have the self control to work in that room no matter what the post it notes say.
Is there any way you can fake some bite marks on the baskets? Or the post-its?
New follower here...First thing I thought was this is what I imagine the Easter Bunny's basement to look like. I would expect that if you panned over to the right we would see the Easter Bunny himself slumped in a chair, smoking a cigarette and drinking a highball, and if he caught you taking his picture, he'd say belligerently, "Hey, fuck you lookin' at? Like you keep your place clean." And for some reason, in my mind, the Easter Bunny has a thick Bronx-type accent. Go figure.
I followed you from over at Kate's place. You do have a funny blog. You kind of had me at Boston, but I'm staying for the funny.
Jenks: It is, although I didn't realize it until you pointed it out. There had to be a better way!Beckeye: I'm certain he gets paid more than me.Red: Doesn't it? It sits right across the hall from me. A test, it is!Steamy: I don't know *chew chew* what the hell you're *chew chew* talking about.Gwen: I think I have an open day on my next movie, which is about haggis and Clamato.Cora: They smartly put those things in a room where no one works. Good idea.Rebecca: Yes. "Fake".TC: I like your thought! Actually, in this case the Easter Bunny has a British accent. No lie. I think your scenario still works. (And welcome!)Lola: Welcome! You clearly already have good taste in blogs and music, so you have found the right place.
Ha! That's funny because British was my second choice...so maybe he'd throw in a "mate" or something. Or is it just Aussies that say mate? Hmm. Obviously not my area of expertise. And I'm happy to be here via Girl Interrupted. I may have to beg for the recipe for that (omg kill me now or at least put me in a sugar coma) amazing s'mores concoction you made for her!
If you are a kind man, and don't want to force me to beg for sugary treats, you can email me the recipe. firstname.lastname@example.orgAnd if you have some time to waste, check out my blog!
Yeah, that Easter Bunny sure has some 'splainin' to do! What a slacker!Ps: Make sure you give TC that recipe ... it's always good to have a backup dealer. Er, allegedly.
And now I want chocolate. What the eff are you filming??
Hey words, now that you have some new followers, you're going to have to start posting more. Right? Right? Oh by the way, I'm going to come hang out with you at work tomorrow, okay?
psst wordsx3... If you send a copy of the recipe to TC, would you also c&p a copy this way?Pretty please with s'mores on top?;-)
I'm pretty sure you're gonna need a graphic designer on this movie... Also being an Aussie I will be able to translate the British English for you.HINT HINT.; )
Girl: You really are an addict, aren't you? All you care about is your next fix!Alice: It's a super secret movie about...the Easter Bunny. Yes, it's true. I have no shame.Tales: I may post a little bit more. But you can't rush genius. And as for your second request, see my reply to Gwen :)Nanc: Done and done!S&C: We have already gone through three graphic designers. Two via suicide, one via nervous breakdown. Stay away for your own good.
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