“A friend is what the heart needs all the time.”
-Henry Van Dyke
If you were a kid that grew up in the 80’s or 90’s, your parents were probably like most and didn’t spend a whole hell-of-a-lot of time worrying about your eating habits. So long as you participated in sports and drank milk, most parents didn’t give much thought to micronutrients or gluten. Hell, nobody had ever even HEARD of BPA. Pop-tarts were the staple after-school snack in most households.
Remember how exciting it was to be the first person in your family to get your hands on a new box of Lucky Charms? Before any of your siblings could get their grimy paws on it? Remember how you would submerge your hands in that treasure trove of sugary goodness, mining for as many marshmallows as you could before your mom or brother caught you?
If you never experienced that rush, you were robbed of a proper childhood, plain and simple. The good news is that you now have the opportunity to relive this time-honored tradition without the embarrassment of actually buying a box of Lucky Charms and diving in.
A brewery in Virginia is sparing you the embarrassment by brewing a limited edition Lucky Charms beer that supposedly tastes JUST like your favorite childhood breakfast, and we have so many questions…
There are countless movie classics – all with iconic lines, so memorable, that people still insert them into everyday conversations years after their cinematic debut.
Lines like “Bye Felicia”, “Heeeeeey yooooooouuuuu guuuuuuuuys”, “Talk to me, Goose,” “What was all that one in a million talk about?”, “Did we just become best friends?” and “Say hello to my little friend” (to name a few).
Out of context, none of these sayings are particularly interesting, thought-provoking, or even make that much sense. But if you’ve seen the movie, you KNOW. And when you KNOW, you feel like you’re in some secret club.
“You’re killing me, Smalls” might be one of the most rehearsed lines of all time and rightfully so. The Sandlot is a clean, awesome, childhood classic that virtually everyone knows and loves.
And now, it’s being turned into a tv series starring the original cast.
What a time to be alive.
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There’s a new Spider-Man on the block, and his name is Miles Morales. And to go along with the fresh face, the filmmakers created a whole new style of animation that really brings him to life. In the video we incorrectly refer to a character as Spider-Pig, when the character’s name is Spider-Ham.