MAAAAAAAAN, WORDS CANNOT DESCRIBE HOW AWESOME THE DARK KNIGHT WAS.
(Recap: In case you guys somehow forgot, I got to see it on Tuesday, way before any of you. :D)
Yeah, so it was pretty sweet. Beth, Aislinn, Andrew, and I piled into Beth's van and drove over to the Mall of Georgia in Buford, GA for the advanced screening on Tuesday. Aislinn and I met Beth at her house, then rode with her to meet Andrew at the Summit. We bought lots of snacks and hit the road. Aislinn was asleep most of the way there, during which we realized her cooler of beer was open and the alcohol was incredibly obvious, so I told Andrew to try and hide it (in case we got pulled over - Daddy would kill
me, even though I didn't have any). He craftily hid it by turning the cheap styrofoam cooler upside down over the beer. XD I took a great picture of him and the completely invisible contraband, but it was with his camera and he hasn't sent us the pictures yet. There are some hot pics in the batch.
We went shopping first, of course. I got a super-cute purple tank at Express. They turned out to be part of a two-for-one sale, so I got a green tank. Andrew made me get it:
Me: ::reaches for blue tank::
Andrew: No. You're not getting a blue top.
Me: But why? D:
Andrew: You have lots of blue shirts, right?
Me: ...uh, yeah. How'd you know?
Andrew: You're a blue-eyed blonde.
Me: ...but blue is my favorite color...
Andrew: Here, try this green one. You don't have any green tops, right?
Me: How did you know that?!
Andrew: Blondes never wear enough green, and they should.
It ended up looking really good, too, so he was right. XD
We did more shopping (and avoided this super-creepy old man who was staring Andrew and me down...) and I finally dragged everybody up to the theater. To the IMAX THEATER, BITCHES. Yeah, exactly. Anyway, we went up at 7:30ish and they were just then letting people line up (the movie started at 9:45), so we got in line. There weren't more than twenty people in front of us, which was awesome. At about 8:45, one of the security guys walked over and made an announcement:
Security Guy [SG]: We're gonna let you guys in early-
Andrew and Beth: ::stand up::
SG: -in about twenty minutes.
Andrew and Beth: ::sit the fuck back down::
Me: ::crack up at them::
SG [to me]: I'm sorry. ::stern look::
Me: Sorry! ::wilt::
Why am I always the one who get reprimanded for stuff! I'm usually the one who's best-behaved! D:
Two people were actually dressed as the Joker, which was pretty freaking sweet, honestly. I wished I'd had more warning about being able to go, so I could've gone as a Dee Dee or something. Maybe a modified Harley, but I don't like jumpsuits. We talked about what we should've dressed up as, and came up with the following list: prom outfits (like we're going on the red carpet), Jokers, Jokerz, 4chan Scientology protesters, or Star Trek characters (this would've entailed us being in line and talking about how excited we were to see the Star Trek movie early XD). That would've been pretty sweet. I didn't have a Batman shirt (we even looked in Hot Topic, but I couldn't find one I liked), so I had to settle for my STFU shirt.
Anyway, they let us in and we FINALLY SAW THE MOVIE.
In conclusion, go see it.
I'm planning on seeing it about six thousand more times. mayoroftardtown
, we need to see it together!! srmorgandegdale
, you should come with us. Have you recovered from the time difference?
And then, we had to go to sleep. How, I have no idea. The hotel smelled like piss
, but it was clean, so we just went to bed. I'm so glad those beds were big, because I did not wanna sleep on that floor where somebody's dog had probably peed (it was an extended stay hotel).
I wanna see the next one already! I'm kind of hoping that, since they've done a Superman movie, they might make a No-Man's Land movie and end it with Lex (played by Smallville's Lex, of course) winning the Presidential race. God, that would be so awesome. Especially if the last shot is Batman being all, "BTW, Kal, Lex won" and Superman breaking something.
Also, I think if Nolan directed a live-action Batman: Beyond
movie, I might have to marry him as well.
Ah, this song has an a capella part near the end. When I danced in the ballet class's part in the Christmas show at GHS, we did a kind of kick-line to that part and every time I hear it, I have to stop and do the step we did. XD
My cousin Brittney got married today! Her husband Dustin is such a huge dork. Why? The whole ceremony was very classy (even though it was in Walker County), but then the minister says he can kiss the bride and he braces himself
and sticks his tongue all the way down her throat for four forevers, which would've simply been hot if he'd been all cool and collected when he turned away, but he was bright red. XD At the reception I told him he'd never live it down and he goes, "It was worth it - tongue in church, baby!"
We went to the rehearsal dinner the night before and I apparently made a friend of Dustin's Uncle What Is This "Personal Space Bubble" Of Which You Speak?, which was okay, but then he came up to me when I was serving at the buffet table today and stands about an inch away. He was giving off some serious stalker/rapist vibes, guys. ::shudder:: And of course, since Brittney and I are only a few years apart, all our aunts and my mother and her mother were like, "So you're next right, wink wink, nudge nudge!" So like hell I'm staying at my mom's house (who lives next door to my Aunt Becky, who is Brittney's mother), for which my cousin Mallory gives me all kinds of hell. Finally, her girlfriend Shannon got her off my case (I already love Shannon to pieces, but this just cemented it) and I left. Weirdly, I got a wicked-bad stomachache the moment I got to the car but it's gone now. :D
Somebody buy me another bamboo plant. Mine's all sad and lonely. D:
So catch me up on what I missed while I was out being a fangirl?