Yogurt and teh movieS

I kind of understood those people at Sundance when WATS played there 2 years ago because of yogurt... So I always eat vanilla yogurt... Tonight while working I grabbed what i thought was vanilla yogurt...I opened the packaging that was the same styled packaging that the yogurt is always in... I got a spoonful of it and ate it... WHA?! this isn't vanilla?! What is it?! It wasn't rotten but I didn't like the taste... it wasn't what I expected it to be...it was mango... After seeing that it was something different...it didn't taste bad anymore...just different...after tasting it for a little bit I liked it... Soooo the people that hated WATS at Sundance thought it was what they knew as a "film" because it was packaged and formatted like one BUT it was a flavor they didn't expect BUT instead of trying it they all spit it out.

Haha so yeh these are the kind of parallels I make in regard to my film career and dairy products at 6:45am on a Sunday while modeling horrible HORRIBLe 3d things.


  1. Well your movie would be more like opening a cup of yogurt an then the yogurt leaps out and skull fucks the shit out of you for 2 hours.

    I mean that in a good way.

  2. It'd be like the cheese that will consume your eyeballs:


    "Because the larvae in the cheese can launch themselves for distances up to 15 centimetres (6 in) when disturbed,[5][8] diners hold their hands above the sandwich to prevent the maggots from leaping into their eyes."

  3. LOL what Dauragon said. MDOT Dude- thank gawd for you. I just got done dealing with the most hostile, bitter, angry group of brain dead zombies and coming here and reading your post is like a breath of fresh, healing air. Life is like yogurt for sure - I like Pina Colada myself, but vanilla isn't bad either. I say TASTE THEM ALL!! Life is short!

  4. LMAO at the first comment!

    I mean that in a good way too!



  5. I read somewhere that it all depends on peoples pre-expectations.

    I read this a few weeks ago:
    "Anyone looking at a printed message will be influenced, within a split second of making eye contact, by everything on the page: the arrangement of various elements as well as the individual look of each one. In other words, an overall impression is created in our minds before we even read the first word." (Stop stealing sheep - Erik Spiekermann)


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