Let’s inflate this taco!
That’s something people say, right?
This week’s lateness is brought to you by Overtime and Being a Comedian With Some Gigs for a Change.
And now, the effects of Top Gun on the human brain after watching it for 36 weeks.
Sep. 2, 2012
6:18am EST – Watching Star Trek: The Next Generation, “Aquiel.” Geordi said, “I don’t know.” I said aloud, “I just don’t know.” Didn’t realize I was quoting Jester from Top Gun until it was too late.
Sep. 3, 2012
3:04pm EST – A co-worker mentioned a game called Cards Against Humanity which contains a card labeled “A montage of sweaty shirtless men playing volleyball.” Tried to fight it, but saw Val Kilmer spinning the volleyball in my mind. So thanks, co-worker.
Sep. 4, 2012
12:38pm EST – Texted “Squash that rumor.” Heard Slider shouting, “Squash that sucker, yeah!” Almost typed “sucker.”
Sep. 6, 2012
7:06pm EST – On the phone with Ty, who described a police incident thusly: “JESUS CHRIST!” Heard Mav say: “I could take the shot right here!”
Sep. 7, 2012
2:09pm EST – Told a woman I was falling for her. Immediately saw Charlie saying, “I just don’t want anyone to know that I’ve fallen for you.” Thanks for invading my romantic life, movie.
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My God, five results? That’s… wait, that’s not bad. Huh. Why have they gone down?
Here’s my theory: I’m getting good at this. I think I’ve absorbed the movie. I mostly know what is and isn’t relevant to my life, and as much as I might have thought that the later weeks were going to be the worst, I might have hit the threshold. I’m out of things to remember about Top Gun because I’ve got it all now.
I only know this because this entry is late, but let’s play pretend: I wonder if I’ll have even fewer results next week…
See you in your dreams, asshole.