Who’s Afraid of Pinky Chai?


Check out what your biggest fear says about your personality —

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Spiders – You, cunning trend-setter, you…

You notice the small things about your environment and surroundings, allowing you to spot trends before they’re mainstream. You’ve got style, baby!ID-10070560

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Ghosts – Ghouls and Guys, you’re confident AND ambitious..BOO-yah!

You’re strong and secure in your convictions (even in terms of ghosts, which many dismiss with disbelief). You are a bold leader that believes in their own abilities —  rock on!

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Heights – “You know what I did last summer..” — you’re perceptive

If climbing ladders scares you, you probably have a hyper-sensitve nervous system. This means you’re more in-touch with what others are thinking or feeling than most. ID-10075457

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Horror Films – You’re oozing with creative energy!

If fright flicks freak you out, that means that you have an extra high response to stress and a vivid imagination. Higher stress levels mean more stress hormones, which boosts energy level making you ghastly good at multi-tasking.

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Snakes – You’re one smart (and adaptable) Halloween cookie!

You have a keen sense of survival and find you adapt easily to many different situations. This isn’t only useful when keeping an eye out for venomous snakes in the wild, but in the wilderness that is, your career, love life, etc… If danger is brewing you’re quick to spot it and sidestep it.

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Tight Spaces – Wildly independent

You don’t like being confined. You push the limits past the boundaries that keep others held back. Your self-reliant attitude will get you out of “scary” situations and on the best (and most exciting) path possible for you. ID-10096105

 

 

 

 

 

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Pinky’s Sunday Flick Picks (V.1)


If you’ve read my other posts, you know I’m passionate about a lot of things.

….and now, I’ll talk about my love for movies.

I love curling up with a good movie or TV show, especially on the weekends. & especially one with a decent plot and a solid script. & of course, there must be food involved.

I’ll admit, there are a million movies out there and, many of them I haven’t seen. In 2008 I worked for a video store and in my time there, I saw more than a normal person’s fair share of movies.

I tended to go a bit overboard, renting huge stacks of movies knowing I couldn’t possibly view them all within the allotted rental time. It’s insanity, I know but, I just couldn’t help myself.

I wanted to cram as many movies into my head, as possible.

And my sales were good + rentals were free..why not?

Here’s one of my favorite Bob’s Burger clips to break up the monotony — my favorite character, bunny-hat donning Louise gets a crush…

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_Jq4IIZrHu8

Even though you didn’t ask, here are my top five favorite movie genres:

  1. comedy
  2. romantic-comedy
  3. fantasy
  4. documentaries
  5. horror…I also like horror-comedy combos, but we’ll discuss that next week…

In terms of movies, I don’t tend to go out to the movies, per say. I prefer to keep my $10 or $20 and watch it on Netflix or rent it. Usually, on my couch or in my pajamas, in the comfort of home. Needless to say, due to my anti-theater penny pinching, my movie viewing is only oldies but goodies, the slightly newly released and the occasional “new release”.

But I DO love movies, and there are already a ton of them out there with new releases spitting out every week. So let’s get this film party started.

Pinky’s Flick Pick of The Week

If you like Steve Carrell or Kiera Knightly or irony at its finest..I dig all 3, you might be interested in watching — “Seeking a Friend for the End of the World”.

If you like music for your viewing pleasure, check this clip:

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Pinky’s Tantalizing TV Pick of the Week

Where is it always sunny? In Philadelphia, of course.

Actually, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration a division of the U.S. Department of Commerce — it’s actually only sunny in Philly 56% of the year…but 56 is my favorite number so it all works out : ).

“It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia” is one of my top 10, hands down, favorite TV shows. Just so you know..

I’m not sure if they’re going off of a script or making it up as they go along, like improv but it’s hysterically wrong. There’s nothing they won’t say. To sum it up, in my words: It’s a cluster of words and actions leaving all thought of consequence and personal impact in the dust. So, if you’re the easily offended type — you’ve been warned.

http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=67iYjNWHsHU&feature=youtube_gdata_player&desktop_uri=%2Fwatch%3Fv%3D67iYjNWHsHU%26feature%3Dyoutube_gdata_player

P. My  first “sunny” post. I can’t promise I won’t post more…I might. <side note: you most definitely can watch all 7 seasons of “It’s Always Sunny” on Netflix.com>

 

Stay tuned next week kiddies — for the comprehensive ‘Pinky’s  Horror, Haunts and Zombie Boo Flicks Top 25 List’. Halloween is almost heeeeeerrree…
MwahahahaHA…

 

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