As someone who has not seen the movie Frozen, I always assume that this song must be on the soundtrack because they keep repeating,
“The story of my life
I take her home
I drive all night to keep her warm
And time… is FRO-O-O-OZEN”
In junior high, my friend Carrie had a costume birthday party where we were supposed to dress up like our favorite celebrity. Most of the girls went as the Spice Girls, Britney Spears, Christina Aguilera, Selena, or TLC. This resulted in everyone pretty much wearing the same outfit: black pants, white crop top, 13-year-old midriff showing, choker necklace, and maybe an arm band of some kind.
Except for me. I went as Patch Adams. Baggy army green cargo pants, Hawaiian shirt, red clown nose. I felt kind of embarrassed at the time but now I think I should get extra credit for creativity.
I loved Robin Williams growing up. He was phenomenal and clever and funny. It seems that everyone remembers him for Aladdin, Mrs. Doubtfire, and Dead Poet Society. But I wanted to make a list of a few of my other favorite Robin Williams pieces:
Mork & Mindy (TV show)
The World According to Garp (1982 movie)
Robin Williams - A Night At The Met (1986 stand up comedy CD)
Good Morning, Vietnam (1987 movie)
Dead Poet Society (1989 movie)
The Birdcage (1996 movie)
Good Will Hunting (1997 movie)
What Dreams May Come (1998 movie)
Patch Adams (1998 movie)
Jakob The Liar (1999 movie)
Robin Williams Live on Broadway (2002 stand up comedy DVD)
1. This chair thinks it’s one of us! Nearly fooled us. Flickr via Nancy2. The midterm’s tomorrow, and this bookworm has its nose to the grindstone…study up! Via brookeborel.com3. “Nom nom nom! I’m hungry!” 4. This little guy’s all dressed up with nowhere to go… 5. Just adorable…what a card! 6.
The other day, I had a tiny rant against buzzfeed. Well, the gods heard my struggle. Behold!! The Onion’s answer to Buzzfeed. I’m already in love.