Since it was such a nice day outside, we decided to enjoy the weather and sit outside on the patio.
The food was tasty.
But I certainly didn't let it ruin the rest of my day!
I headed back to work for the afternoon. On my way home, I stopped by the grocery store to purchase a bottle of Chardonnay and some frozen vanilla yogurt.
I baked a homemade apple pie.
There was nothing special about the recipe I used: apples, sugar, flour, apple pie spice and a double pastry crust.
Austin grilled lobster tail for the first time. He added butter, olive oil, and a few spices to it before throwing it on the grill.
My dinner consisted of a grilled salmon steak, brussell sprouts with hollandaise sauce, and sauteed mushrooms and onions.
Austin's plate looked the same as mine, with the addition of his special birthday lobster tail.
Following dinner and dessert, we looked up movie showtimes and headed out to go see Kick Ass.
This movie induced a lot of laughter from both of us. The humor was gory, and could even be interpreted as offensive to some people, but it was entertaining to say the least. This was not your typical Superhero movie. A high school kid with no special talents decides to try his hand at life as a superhero, and ends up getting his ass kicked every time.
There is a young girl in this movie, Chloe Moretz, who did an outstanding job for her an actress her age (she is 13). The character role that she plays is a bit improper for a young girl. In her superhero costume, Hit Girl kills people without batting an eyelash.
The humor in this movie was comparable to Zombieland, or Quentin Tarantino's Inglourious Basterds. Completely unexpected and wrong on so many levels - but funny nonetheless.
What type of humor do you appreciate in movies?
I enjoy a good romantic comedy and some slapstick humor.