Thursday, December 4, 2008

What Movie Takes Place in a Kitchen?



Continuing forward, away from the fire escape, along the same long wall as my desk, we have our long white table. This wall is expansive, and there are thoughts of having some "art" placed above the table. We do, however, have to wait for James to clear out of his dogs playing poker phase.


This is the oven, which is wee, but hearty, and makes an unholy noise when opened. This has, however, cured me of sleep baking, which was starting to be a problem.



This is a shopping cart. Not a real one, of course. It's far too small. Perhaps you can't tell that by the picture. Especially if you thought those were giant bananas. And especially if you're none too bright.

6 comments:

  1. What about "No Reservations" for your movie title? Lame(ish) movie about food...but I liked it.

    Moving on...I LOVE THESE posts. I am a total voyeur when it comes to seeing people's houses through blogs. But not the LITERAL definition of voyeur. I had to look it up to spell it correctly and decided that like people who need to stop using the word "fetish" in certain situations, I should stop using voyeur.

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  2. Lindsey, I would have to agree that there are probably fewer situations where you shouldn't use the word fetish than there are situations when you should.

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  3. One of my favorite things is when people use the word "literally" incorrectly. People will say something like, "I was so scared my heart literally jumped right out of my chest!" Really? it literally jumped right on out? How did that feel?

    I know that doesn't have anything to do with these comments, but seeign the word literal in all caps made me think of it, and gave me diarrhea of the typing. Literally.

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  4. I agree, Ben, that is annoying. Now what say you write a comment that's ACTUALLY about my post.

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  5. Oh, when I was a little girl I could have really really used that shopping cart for my Barbies. Think of how much stuff Barbie and Ken could pack into that thing.

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  6. Ratatouille. Ratatouille takes place in a kitchen. And it's about rats. In the kitchen.

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