“Share three classic movie moments that have, in some shape or form, made you buy things, do things, think things that perhaps you shouldn't have.”
1. Once upon a time, the Muses wafted down from Parnassus (or Venice, CA, not sure which) to suburban New Orleans, in a cloud of glitter and cocaine (otherwise called "Xanadu") and whispered into my innocent childlike ear.
Anyway, because of those bitches, I found myself wearing suspenders. At least on one free dress day at school, during recess they got plucked. I didn't make that mistake again.
2. For the next misstep, I can't really blame "Grey Gardens", but I will.
"I could have been a countess, countess jason. But I never had a chance to do
anything like that...'cause Mother wasn't well during the war. She had her
eye operation. I missed out on everything." (I paraphrase)
3. Lastly, repeated early watchings of "Pillow Talk", planted the idea that by playing "hard" to get, somehow a middle aged virgin with a love of decorating (as long as he's photographed with soft focus, vaseline smeared lens) could manage to snag a tall, dark, handsome gay man.
I'm still living that one down.
and anyone else out there who wants to be tagged