Saturday, November 12, 2011

happy saturday!

I do still have house guests, so this is the best we're gonna get today.  But don't you think this chart is far more useful than anything else I could say?  Me too.


Jane said...

Stop saying things like that. I don't want to remember how long ago it was when movies came out. Stupid kids in high school *now* weren't born when I was *in* high school...grrr.

Gabby said...

Mwahahaha! So funny!!! I just BARELY made this chart -- I slip off of it next week! Hmmm ... what does it say about me that The Little Mermaid is my favorite movie. Uhm, yeah.

Also, left you an award on my bloggie:

Elizabeth said...

...I'm slow tonight...took me a while to 'get it'. At first I thought it said that The Little Mermaid came out 33-35 years ago. I was about to go on a warpath and say 'I REMEMBER IT COMING OUT!! My own Daddy came with us to the movie theater! There is NO WAY this chart is accurate!'...

...but then I read it again...heehee...

Fun chart.

jennaroo said...

You know the face Kevin makes in Home Alone? Yeah, I just made that face when I realized how old that movie is. And then there's also the realization that my oldest is just a few months shy of being the same age I was when The Little Mermaid came out. Dang, I'm old.

Anonymous said... asked for it:
36 - Monty Python & Holy Grail
39 - The Godfather
46 - Sound of Music
49 - The Music Man
Breakfast at Tiffany's
65 - It's A Wonderful Life
69 - Cassablanca
Wizard of Oz
74 - Snow White
Youth is a gift of life
Old Age is a work of art ;)

The Pagets in Florida said...

Maybe we should extend that list to the kids, though they think that DuckTales are contemporary.

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