All the movie stars, sports athletes and models always have to show you what they got in their refrigerator on MTV Cribs. It's a given. I'm here to show you how the other half lives. The reality of the american middle class refrigerator, where leftovers aren't wasted but instead cherished, for sometimes years to come.
My girlfriend is showing off the Sauerkraut of 6/06...a devilish delight. It was decent four years ago, like an aged fungous it probably has even more bite now.
Maybe your palette isn't screaming four year old kraut, lucky for you we also have a healthy portion of August of 2008's Pot Roast.
My freezer is like a fucking grade school science fair project. Ever get a block of frozen Polly-O cheese dropped on ya big toe? I have!
These dogs are delicately laced with a little bit of icy snow, harkening back to the winter of last year in which they were from.
Lucky for Jamie that she doesn't eat meat because in my house you never really know what year's food is on your plate.
It's not a secret that Star Wars Episode 1 is not only a horrible Star Wars movie, it's just a horrible movie in general. Sitting through it is a task, it's so dense and filled with boring political plot points, bad acting and computer graphics. It feels more like an ILM portfolio showcasing CG techniques rather than a film.
I can remember as a kid watching it for the first time and leaving the theater confused. I thought maybe I wasn't watching as careful as I should have been? I dunno what it was but I felt like I missed something because, its Star Wars, isn't it supposed to be good? I thought, "Did I just black out for most of that movie? Was I daydreaming the whole time?" I begged my parents to take me again, so I could see what I surely missed but they wouldn't take me. I had to wait for it to come out on video when I finally realized that it wasn't just me, this shit really does just suck.