Bet you didn’t know that, huh? Snorts – sure you did. My humans were dropped on their heads too much as children. In fact, I think they probably fell off the back of several pick up trucks while growing up. This past weekend, they decided to go to the movies before having our “family meeting”. What a joke that was but you know about that already and I’m sure you’ll be hearing more about that soon. So all goes well. Mom has been wanting to see the movie Jurassic World. She loves all of those movies but she wanted to wait until the hoopla died down a bit so the theater wouldn’t be overly crowded. Good plan huh?
So they went and mom gets her favorite treat – popcorn – while dad goes for his favorite – nachos and cheese. Can these two agree on anything – snorts? So there they were watching the gazillion previews and trailers for up and coming new movies. Rolls piggy eyes. Mom said by the time the previews got over, she turned to daddy and said, “What are we watching today?” Isn’t that how it is though? That’s why I insist on watching movies at home in my bedroom. I can stop and pause for potty breaks and popcorn in the comfort of my toddler bed. Snorts.
But there they were chowing down and waiting for the movie to start. That’s when mom said it happened. Mom said that one of dad’s nacho and cheese chips ‘jumped’ in the middle of her popcorn bag. What? How did that happen, right? That’s when daddy said he ‘might have’ had some help with it. Really daddy? I’m shocked.
So he picked up some popcorn on his nacho and cheese and said it was delicious. Mom tried one and said it was really good. Thus that started the Nachos-cheese-popcorn party before the movie. Rolls piggy eyes. Those two are so easily amused.
The movie then started and for the next two hours they were quiet. Mom said the movie was outstanding. Dad said it was great. There were ups and downs and you have to be kidding me situations. But overall, they highly recommended it. Afterwards they came home and that’s when it happened. I think daddy brought someone home with him. Of course mommy was like, “Can we keep him”. All I gotta say is he’s not staying in my bedroom!