Despicable Me 2 was pretty fun. I think I like the first one more? But I really love the minions and the girls so more of them is good with me anytime.
Never go on adventures without your trusty sidekick. xoxo Zoey and Jasper
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mypantsflewoff said: wut. how many marvel films have done this now? omg
It’s pretty much all the films since Marvel always does it. But I think…since Avengers there are now two extra scenes? One mid-credit and one after all the credits. It’s escaping me right now whether Thor: The Dark World had one or two extra scenes though….
So I got to see The Winter Soldier in 3D today. I had to work in the beginning and at the end but I was like I HAVE TO WATCH ALL THE CREDITS (but really, no one is gonna leave the theater until the screen is black) and one of my coworkers was like, “why? Is there more stuff?”
And I probably made the craziest face. I mean, who DOESN’T know that Marvel always has at least one extra scene during and/or after credits?
….apparently four out of five of my coworkers, that’s who.
Tried the one skillet pasta recipe making the rounds on tumblr. Had to doctor the recipe a bit because I didn’t have a big enough skillet for linguine and no basil at trader Joe’s when I went today. Threw on some baby spinach at the last minute of cooking to gently wilt it. So delicious #food
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