Wednesday, October 1, 2008

Top 3 Movies, Songs, and Books

Omg omg omg this is so much fun!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

23 comments:

El Paco said...

Anyone want to go first?

Mr. Plainview said...

Oh! This is going to be super! Too tired now though. Lemme think about the songs. Oh, wow! This'll be super.

joel derby said...

So is it list all of them or choose one category to rank

JP said...

Lamest thread idea ever

I'm going to make my own thread called "faverite colorz!!!!!11i like blue"

bballinsupasta said...

i like black...it reminds me of some people's souls

joel derby said...

I like good blogs....... unlike this one

puddlewonderful said...

I like your mother.

Mr. Plainview said...

well ill go first because im cool like that.
Movies:
1. Sleuth
2. There Will Be Blood
3. The Good, the Bad and the Ugly

Songs:
1. When I Was Young (The Animals)
2. Sunny Afternoon (The Kinks)
3. The Night Chicago Died
(Paper Lace)

Books:
1. Oil! (Upton Sinclair)
2. The Godfather (Mario Puzo)
3. On Her Majesty's Secret Service
(Ian Fleming)

***Needless to say, these are all subject to change.

puddlewonderful said...

I can't rank, but I can name three favorites that come to mind first:

Movies: My Fair Lady (with my darling Audrey!), Hercules, and Dead Poets' Society

Songs: "Let it Be" by the Beatles, "Rescue" by Eve 6, and "Long Road to Ruin" by Foo Fighters

Books: Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man by James Joyce, Mrs. Dalloway by Virginia Woolf, and I'm going to have to name a poem third because it won't let me be: "The Love Song of J. Aflred Prufrock" by T. S. Eliot.

puddlewonderful said...

*Alfred

El Paco said...

Alright my turn

Movies: Miracle (I don't care what you say - that movie is awesome), Monty Python and the Holy Grail, The Godfather

Songs: Rhapsody in Blue (George Gershwin), Champagne Supernova (Oasis), Let it Be (THE BEATLES)

Books: Ender's Game, Catcher and the Rye, I Am America and So Can You!

JP said...

We went from classics such as "Jackets vs. Sweaters," and "Soft vs. Hard Tacos," to this.

What will the humanities classes of years to come say?

El Paco said...

John - Shut up. No one likes you. Soft Vs. Hard tacos sucked

El Paco said...

I mean, Jackets vs. sweaters was legit - soft vs hard tacos was just an inferior rip off. Only Jane, you, and Taylor actually cared about that one.

JP said...

You're just bitter because you got a hard taco with your meal on our t-bell field trip, not realizing you could've opted instead for the superior soft taco.

Mmmm. Soft taco

Aaron Nussdorf said...

one of my favorite comedies is: Ace Ventura, Pet Detectve. and one of my favorite dramas is Le Samuri

i really can't have a favorite song...but i have favorite bands: The Doors, Yes and Led Zeplin for rock.

dean elazab said...

Movies:
1)nightmare before christmas
2)hackers
3) small soldiers

songs:
dota, basshunter
the bad touch, bloodhound gang
blitzkrieg bop, ramones

books
battle royale
the perks of being a wallflower
sabriel

joel derby said...

I loved soft vs. hard tacos for the record and jackets vs sweaters just copied last year. I think we should do polos vs button ups, or addidas vs nike

El Paco said...

I don't know about adidas vs. Nike - Puma obviously wins.

Aaron Nussdorf said...

like wise, i dont like either nike or adidas: i perfer converse and hiking boots

JP said...

nuzzy said...
like wise, i dont like either nike or adidas: i perfer converse and hiking boots


To sorta rephrase your line to Wise about love - have you really tried any other kind of shoe?

I didn't really like Pumas much until I got a pair myself and saw how stylin' they looked on me. I didn't want a pair of shoes from a "big" company like Puma, because everyone wears Pumas and I wanted to be individual... but now, I stay individual in the way I wear my Pumas (a much more stylin' way than everyone else).

Also, Nike bought out Converse in 2003. So if you say you prefer Converse, then you're basically choosing Nike. just sayin'

El Paco said...

How about James Joyce Vs. the number 7?

Aaron Nussdorf said...

jp...i also wear hiking boots and nikes and others are just not as comfortable. i have determined that after years of experience.