Wednesday, January 16, 2008

You callin' me a liar?

First, an American Idol recap: Who thinks they should just give the title to the cute girl with the sick daughter? Me, too!

Next: Bambi II arrived last week, and we have been watching it all the time, mostly while WCK sits on the potty refusing to pee. WCK loves the movie, and I have to admit that I enjoy it, too. I think it might even be better than the first movie. I never thought I'd say that about a direct-to-DVD Disney movie. Bambi II is the first one I've ever seen. Jay and I have always been big Disney fans, to the point of being big Disney snobs. We'd always scoff at the idea of the direct-to-video "sequels" -- you know, Aladdin II, Cinderella Part Three, what have you. We always said that when we had kids, we wouldn't allow them to watch anything but the "real" Disney movies. Apparently, we had no idea that there were so many other more important things to worry about -- such as figuring out how to keep a child alive -- so our Disney principles fell by the wayside. I guess I'm glad, because I really do enjoy Bambi II. Maybe I just like hearing Patrick Stewart (who voices the dad) say, "Bambi" all the time.

Anyway. One of the plot lines involves a snotty rival fawn named Ronno who is always picking on Bambi and making snide remarks. At one point, he says to Bambi, "You callin' me a liar?" WCK thinks this is HILARIOUS, and now she goes around saying this. She says it to friends, to complete strangers, to random mothers at AirZone. She often accompanies it with an evil eye, which makes it all the more shocking and hilarious and makes me look all the more like a terrible mother.

At least she's (mostly) given up her favorite line from Milo and Otis, which was "Okay .... PUNK!"

3 comments:

Abigail said...

I knew I heard her say something about "liar" the other day. Too funny!

Brooke said...

I can vouch for this one. She said it to me at least 5 times today. It was pretty darn cute:)

Margaret said...

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It costs about $40 a bottle...less if you're a member) and people complain about that. But they'll spend that on a bottle of wine, or their organic vitamin supplements, (which you don't need anymore if you use the juice) or a month's worth of visits to Starbucks. It's all relative. If Mona Vie can cure cancer, isn't it worth whatever it costs? My BP meds were running me $300 a month and they weren't effective AND I was having negative side effects to boot.
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You're young and have a beautiful life in front of you. Grab it. Kick ass!
Do me a favor...let me know if you're going to do it because I want to document it..I'm documenting my own thirty day test run, and would love to know how it works for you.
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If you CAN afford it, PLEASE buy some and do it for a month. You've got nothing to lose.
Your friend in spirit.
Maggie
maggie.flowers@gmail.com