Monday, October 31, 2005

Busted again

Happy Halloween my fellow little goblins.

Well I was busted again. I was caught watching an "inapproprite *sp* movie" with baby spawn. What was the movie this time you ask? Well another wonderful classic. " An American werewolf in London" another of my favorite scary pics. This time however I don't think baby spawn was enjoying it. It starts out slow, so we were good for a while, even hubby was watching. Then the first time the guy turns into the wolf baby spawn looks all panicky. She says " momma dog"

" she really should not be watching this"

" oh, she has no idea what she is watching"

" look, she is going to have nightmares"

" no she wont"

" I thought the guy from Family Ties was in this movie"

" um dear, that's Teen Wolf, totally different movie "

" oh, she really shouldn't be watching this then"

And now my laundry room is flooding again. I am hoping this is some sick Halloween trick and will be over soon. I am not forking over what could be 500 bucks to have my carpets cleaned out, then to have then get all flooded again. So I have convinced hubby that he is indeed not a plumber.

So lets wrap up the weekend I had....I had flooded carpets, then not, got busted watching scarey movie with baby spawn,then had flooded carpets again, got busted again watching a bad movie with baby spawn. So flooded laundry should be next..It is what you call a pattern:-)

movies I attempted to watch this weekend include: Nightmare on Elm Street, jaws,Fright Night,Land of the dead, zombies,american werwolf in london,the 6th sence,amityville horror,white noise( i did see that one really good),Halloween, Friday the 13th (pick a number), and night of the dead. and I mean attemped. Well we did rent White noise, I loved it, but I like them more scary then that, but it was very good..

have a spooktacular Halloween:)

Stay safe, and watch your backs..Remember


editors note****

Some new devolpments since the early morning hours since I wrote this. Baby spawn was all up all night. Not crying, just awake and talking. I was up with her most of the night trying to get her to go to sleep. I am thinking watching the man turn into a dog might have damged her phyici.

Then on my many trips down stairs in the night, I stepped in dog pee...ON MY STEPS..what dog takes a whiz on the steps? She normally does not do this, so I am thining watchng the man turn into a dog has made her too scared to go outside when it is dark.

Lesson learend my Lord, lesson learned. I will no longer let my baby spawn learn the finer elements of a good horror movie until she is at least 4..I get the point now, thank you:-)


Cliff Morrow said...

Minnesota's too flat for plumbing. Good luck with watching these clandestine movies behind hubbies back.

Bossy♥'s YOU said...

cliff, u always make me laugh:-)

d said...

Oh poor baby spawn!

Your dog peed on the stairs? Maybe she caught some of your horror movies and it scared the piss outta her too.

Bossy♥'s YOU said...

d, yes that is what I was thinking, i think she is scared to go out in the dark now..LOL

Dottie said...

I hate scary movies!!! LOL about getting caught watching them w/ Baby Spawn though. DH was watching the HULK which isn't scary unless you are a 19 m/o watching a big green man go crazy. I came into DH and Lilli watching that last night and she came running to me babbling something, pointing at the TV and buried her head in my legs. :(
Hopefully you get a nap after being up last night and that the plumbing issues can be resolved. Call the plumber! :)

pack of 2 said...

I love this time of year....all the scary movies ever made on tv. We fell asleep last night watching Scream 3. It was no Silence of the Lambs, but what can you do?


Bossy♥'s YOU said...

dottie, my son watched the hulk like when he was 6 or 7, and it even made him a little leary..heeehee

angie, I watched some of that to last night,and your right, it is no silnce of the lambs:-)

Marel Lecone said...

I most definitely do not like scary movies. I know some say feeling scared is fun . . . not sure about that. Me no likey! :)

Melis said...

You poor thing! I hope everyone recovers from their horrid experience with the scary stuff you'd subjected them to! LOL But seriously... I'm sure it will all be a distant memory soon.... Happy Halloweennnnnnnnnnnnnn......

Tee said...

So you're the one they're playing all these movies for?! I can't find anything good on TV the past few nights. I hate all these scary movies. LOL. Send me and your baby to a different room to watch Blue's Clues or something ;)

That is weird that the dog peed on the stairs. LOL. Mine peed behind my husband's recliner this morning because I yelled at her for breaking into the trash can. UGH!!

Always messes :p

Have a fun Halloween :)

Bossy♥'s YOU said...

marel, well u seem to be among the majority, not many of you like scary movies..LOL

Melis,well so far I think all the scars from the movie watching are becoming a distant memory..:-)

Tee, yup, only thing I was not able to watch a single one..LOL..But I will put on blue for you and baby spawn, or maybe a little Wiggles, whatever u prefer:-)

Jamie Dawn said...

All those scary movies should have you in a good Halloweeny mood.

midwest_hick said...

lol @ the 'editors' note

adeale said...

well serves you right letting her watch those movies.....LOL....j/k
I was scarred for life when watching the Fly at the age of 13, still can't watch anything like it.....i would tend to side with your hubby on that one....hey call me already would ya...i can't find your number or i would call to you soon

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