Predictably, at least 50% of my Christmas presents are pop culture-related, so I thought I'd share this year's load - a veritable treasure trove! Among the lovely gifts I received:
- DVDs of Mulan, Date Night, The Wizard of Oz, Casablanca, and Season 4 of 30 RockAs you can see, Christmastime just increases my pop culture nerdiness. My loved ones are only encouraging me! And I love them for it.
- magazines devoted entirely to Glee and Joss Whedon (nerd alert!)
- the book "30 Rock and Philosophy," Star Wars playing cards and a WMHS t-shirt (courtesy of my BFF)
- the kickoff of my record collection, including the likes of Nat King Cole and Barbra Streisand (I have old people taste in music; don't hate)
(And yes, I took a nap in the pile of my opened presents. If you've never done it before, I highly recommend it. It increases Christmas contentment by at least 50%.)
Anybody get any good additions to their pop culture collections?
Does a biography about Robert Frost count? :BReplyDelete
OH WAIT some chick got me Easy A. And enabled my purchase of 3:10 To Yuma and Superbad. BETTER.
If it makes you feel any better, it seems like there is no Robert Frost paraphernalia left to buy you. What could you possibly need, more than his complete works and biography? ;)
I got the first season of Glee on DVD, Freaks and Geeks on DVD, I Am Number Four and an iTunes Gift Card. So far I've bought "Don't Cry for Me Argentina" by Lea and "Push It" by the Glee cast - I read your "Underrated Glee Songs" post!ReplyDelete
Ah, Freaks and Geeks! I've never seen it, but I really need to. I've heard good things.ReplyDelete
"Push It" never fails to amuse me. It's magical. :D
You will LOVE Freaks and Geeks. Great writing, smart female character in Lindsay, it has your name all over it.ReplyDelete
This dance isn't for everybody, only the SEXY people. :)