Tag Archives | Girl

…Canon guys can never love Nikon girls?

What happens when a Canon guy falls in love with a Nikon girl?

Let’s just say there’s a lot of lens polishing involved:

…It’s TGI Friday: Colour My World?

Colour My World

Colour My World is a beautiful game that puts you in control of a stick figure and his quest to meet up with the girl at the coffee shop. To get there, you must run through a hand-drawn world and return color to it by clicking your mouse on shiny things and solving puzzles along the way.

It’s definitely not the most challenging game, but it is fun to play, and the visual style is very unique, so give it a try and see if you can colour the world.

[Colour My World]

[Via: Zoomdoggle]

…Extended Stay hotel rooms are clean?

Toilet Licker

Need to demonstrate the cleanliness of a hotel room?

Forget scientific tests, black lights and Petri dishes.

All it takes is a girl, her tongue, and a complete lack of oral hygiene.

OCDers and germaphobes, turn away now…

(Be sure to check out extstay.com for more tongue-tastic taste tests.


…It’s Movie Monday: Juno?


If you haven’t already seen it, then fire up Fandango, find a theater that’s playing it near you, and go see Juno.

It’s that good.

The story is about Juno MacGuff, a “confidently frank teenage girl who calls the shots with a nonchalant cool and an effortless attitude as she journeys through an emotional nine-month adventure into adulthood”.

Ellen Page plays Juno, and lights up the screen with what I can easily imagine will be a multiple-award-winning performance, Her witty, fast paced dialogue creates a lovable character that you can’t help but root for, and she manages to both control her life with a tough exterior and search for meaning within a growing interior at the same time.

Michael Cera plays Bleeker (the father) and continues his recent climb up Hollywood’s star ladder. He isn’t in the film as much as I would have expected, but the scenes that he is in are filled with a great dialogue that lends itself well to the high-school theme. Both Juno and Bleeker are a mix of confidence and confusion, and their growing and changing relationship mirrors the growing and chancing that Juno’s body is going through.

Jason Bateman and Jennifer Garner play the role of the adopting parents, and each deliver a stellar performance that adds another element to the film. Bateman struggles to figure out what type of person he wants to become as Garner struggles to become the person that she knows she wants to be, and neither over-sells their role.

Allison Janney and J.K. Simmons play the role of Juno’s parents, and are supportive in a way that is both enviable and believable.

For a movie that manages to make you feel good, it does deal with a rather heavy issue, and also runs through the full range of emotions. There are moments of pure comedy, moments of great emotion and connection, moments of truth and moments of powerful silence, and each pulls you in a different direction. However, the plot never takes you down an expected path, and in the end, you’ll want to cheer for a film that manages to define what a coming-of-age tale should be.

Grade: A+
Theater Worthy: Definitely


[Rotten Tomatoes – Juno]

[IMDb – Juno]

…Girls get an onslaught of messages?

The Dove Evolution video was a powerful part of their Real Beauty campaign, and now, they’ve created Onslaught to continue the message.

Considering the fact that this video gives a pretty accurate portrayal of real life, it’s no wonder girls grow up with a skewed sense of what it means to be a woman.

Let’s get real.

[Campaign For Real Beauty]

[Via: Adverblog]