Miss playing with Legos? This case won’t just protect your iPhone, it will also serve as a base for any Lego creation you wish. Just make sure none of the Legos end up on the floor… stepping on them will unleash expletives you didn’t know you had in you.
Now hear’s an idea to cut down on costs, show a bit of personality, and be able to invite EVERYONE you want… Get married at a mall!
(Wedding reveal at 2:45)
The idea seemed a bit silly at first, but seeing the beautiful vows and the emotions of the bride and groom reminded me that no matter where you hold your wedding, you’re still getting married. I hope to have the love and emotion that this couple (and their entire wedding) has on my wedding day!
Now that the new year is here, folks are clamoring to be a part of the latest and greatest trends. But what will they be? Upon conversations, research, and speculation, here are my opinions:
CES is currently going on, and news stations are quickly stating their predictions for the best sellers. Fox News believes it to be tablets, and CNN believes it to be anything Android-based. With the new Android OS for tablet being announced, I’m seeing some collaboration. And this may be one of the only things Fox and CNN have ever agreed on!
Moral: Sell that netbook now and start saving up for the Android tablet of your choice.
I love cupcakes. We all know this. Unfortunately, cupcakes are apparently “no longer trendy” in 2011. For most of 2010 people were expecting donuts or macaroons to take the crown, but near the end of 2010 a new challenger rose victorious: the pie. Although I don’t want to admit it, you can’t fight both NPR AND Betty Crocker on it. However, I take solace that both sources have also claimed “upscale junk food” as a 2011 trend. I can’t wait to play around with some fun recipes for that!
Moral: You’ll start seeing pie shops popping up around the country. I’m guessing you’ll be able to stop in for a nice pot pie and end with a mini sweet pie for dessert.
We’re all tired of vampires. Werewolves tried to trend but didn’t stick. Zombies made a decent comeback with “Walking Dead”. But what will 2011 bring?
With the success of True Grit, the anticipation of Aliens and Cowboys, and the appearance of Western and Steampunk influences in events and weddings, I’m gonna call it: 2011 will be the year of the Western. Folks will love the chance to leave their tech toys behind and dream of simpler, dirtier days, even if it’s just for a couple hours in a theater.
Moral: Trade in those custom fangs for a nice set of spurs.
What are your thoughts for 2011? Any trends you’re hoping to see?
Giga Pudding is terrifying. Some sort of large custard dish found in Japan, the ad features screaming child-songs about the pudding, along with some images of people enjoying it way too much.
So my friends at LaughPong decided to do something about it.
I would post the recipes for their homemade Giga Pudding, but I don’t hate you all. Seriously. There are still remnants in some of their fridges. And I think it’s growing. Don’t make this. Your guests will not like it. Make cookies instead. For the love of all that is good, please.
Apologies for slow posting over the past week… the holidays were full of family time, and now I’m in full swing getting ready for New Year’s Eve. But as a special holiday treat for you all, I present an abridged version of the Star Wars Holiday Special. And holy cow, is it bad.