So what are we talking about then?
My first time watching Harry Potter. Which was this past Sunday. Please continue to shame me.
Listen. When HP came out, I was far too cool for that shit. You know? I just was. That and 19,000 other movies that I am now catching up on. SO I AM SORRY that I was once too cool for these things. Or things in general, really.
However, when I was included on a group tweet that was Harry Potter related, I finally owned up to this horrific secret. No regrets, ladies. And then I had the brilliant idea that would lead to this blog content. Because something has to give me content.
After telling Justin an equally long story as the one above we sat down, post-Tiffany-nap, to watch Harry Potter & the Sorcerer's Stone. I had no idea how long that effing movie was. Are you serious with that? For a target audience of young adults? I had the ants in my pants, but I watched all 2 hours and 25 minutes of tiny Harry and his tiny friends.
These tiny people haven't even hit puberty and they are using magic and turning people to stone? IN YOUR DREAMS.
Hold your mouth for a second. I am not, in any way bashing Harry Potter. I love my life too much.
What I'm saying is that I need to watch the other movies before I make a final judgement on this situation. I'm also thinking that maybe I should've watched these before I turned 30 so that I could appreciate them more. Also, MORE DRAGONS. Baby dragons are the way to my heart.
At least I won't get cyber-bullied anymore.