Thursday, December 11, 2014

Whack-a-Do

I'm hanging out in the Christmas Room and just finished another 1.2 star Christmas movie. Got a pup snoozin' on either side and I'm still feeling all whack-a-do.

Add to it that Frankenberry (Hubby), got hit today with a killer migraine. So, not so fun all the way around, here at The Manor.

On the upside, each time I finish a crappy 1.2 Christmas movie on Netflix, they recommend three more just like it.

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  1. Man, there's a million of those movies . . . don't OD!

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    1. I can't help it. I'm on some sort of whack-a-do holiday movie cycle. Send help. Can't stop. Must ... hit ... play ....

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  2. Now you can both feel blah on the couch watching low-rated Christmas movies.

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    1. Me, not so much him though. But if they're B horror flicks, those we both dig. But then, what's not to love about a B horror flick?

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  3. kind of nice watching Christmas movies, especially it's snowing here right now in the Toronto area. Sorry hubby is not feeling well though.

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    1. Snow here too. How is your family on the west coast. I thought of them today when I heard the weather reports. Hope everyone is safe.

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  4. There's no shortage of crappy movies out there. Apparently there's a Kirk Cameron movie just out that's being widely considered the worst movie of all time.

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    1. Okay. Now I must watch that one. You know that right? I absolutely have to see the worst movie of all time.

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  5. So sorry to hear about the migraine :( I've been there and it's just awful. I hope you feel better soon. Glad you're enjoying so-bad-they're-good Christmas movies! Thank you for the lovely comments you left over at my blog. I'm in the middle of a huge project so I won't be able to respond to each one, but I read them all and I so appreciate it. Such kind words from a kind soul! Will be peeking around the Whisk a little now...

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    1. Okay, only took me a couple seconds to realize that "Frankenberry" was not in reference to yourself. Yikes. I had coffee today, I swear!

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    2. And I wish Frankenberry wellness, too.

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    3. Thanks, Raquel. Yes, hubby (Frankenberry), is feeling much better today. It's a good day.

      Happy drawing/painting and all your fun creative stuff you've got going on. Glad I found your blog and boogie boogie.

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  6. Lol. You gotta love the holidays.

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    1. Love the holidays. Mine is just a food allergy thing. But how goes your little goblins? Everyone better and germ-free?

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  7. Aw, man. Hope you guys feel better soon!! Crappy holiday movies stink, but fuzz therapy to the left and to the right is awesome.

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    1. You don't like bad movies? Oh my gosh, so fun but I get that they're not a big hit. They are crappy, after all but I can't help loving them.

      Happy Weekend :-)

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  8. Hi Ivy...
    Hope you are both feeling better♥️
    Cheers!
    Linda :o)

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    1. Much, much. Thanks and welcome back. Good to see you blogging again. Your house, is divine.

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  9. Off and on Ihave been watching holiday movies on Hallmark channel.
    But I have been watching Midsummer Murders on Netflix when I worked on designing the Christmas card (2 day) then started the folding and addressing.
    Works for me !

    cheers, parsnip

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    1. I have a friend who loves that channel. We don't get TV, so I've never seen their movies. But I'd watch one if I had the chance.

      Happy Christmas card making fun.

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  10. Hope you feel better of your migraine dear Ivy:)

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    1. Thanks, Hubby's (Frankenberry), headache is all gone today. Woohoo.

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  11. Netflix Christmas movies leave a lot to be desired.

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    1. Not into the silly stuff, eh?

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  12. It seems it is a good thing that I don't have/use Netflix. :)

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    1. Hi Linda - we don't have TV so it's all Netflix, Amazon, YouTube and DVD. Do you like any of those other ones? We love the no adverts. Heaven.

      Happy Weekend :-)

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  13. Every once in a while Netflix will surprise you with a great movie. For the most part, I like watching their original shows better like Orange Is The New Black or House of Cards. Hope Frankenberry's migraine gets better, and you find some quality movies to watch.

    Julie

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    1. Hi Julie - I love the crappy movies for holiday time. I don't know why but they are fun. Same with B horror movies and a big bowl of popping corn. Heaven.

      Frankenberry (Hubby), has watched both of those shows I think.

      Happy Weekend :-)

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  14. there's nothing like bad Christmas movies

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  15. I keep asking myself, 'Is it worth keeping my Netflix subscription going?' There doesn't really seem to be much in the way of fresh content?

    But then, I look at it the same way as I do junk food: there are times when you are feeling down or plain old 'meh' and Netflix fits the bill. How fickle am I?

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    1. PS: and sorry about the migraine - did you know they have discovered that injecting botox into the scalp muscles can alleviate the pain of migraine?

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    2. I still find a lot good on Netflix but I love Amazon Prime too. They've got great cookery shows.

      Tim has migraines, but I didn't know about the botox, no. That's interesting.

      How are you feeling today?

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  16. How did I miss this post yesterday? Well, I'm finally here. I love the part of a pup snoozing on either side of you. That is the best. Animals are fun to cozy up with.

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