Monday, December 27, 2010

A Look Back at the Films of 2010

Some people are just very talented.

This video, uploaded by genrocks (aka Gen I.), is called Filmography 2010 and it's a fairly comprehensive look at the films released this year. While normal people would have just created a montage of films jammed together without rhyme or reason, Gen I. adds complementary music in the background and intertwines quotes and scenes together in a way that is just. . .well, watch:

Impressive, no?

As a sidenote, there are 270 films featured in this 6-minute video. Out of that, I've only seen 17. Now, I'm no mathematician, but I'm thinking that's less than half. I need to get to work if I'm going to get this list done by the end of the year. So I'm off!

I'll see you next year! ZING!

Saturday, December 25, 2010

A 90210 Christmas. . .Christmas

Here's a special bonus post, suggested by, faithful reader, Phil - just in case you forgot what day today is:

Merry Christmas from all of us here at Slice of Fried Gold!

Monday, December 20, 2010


If you haven't seen the first two posts with pictures of children who are afraid of Santa Claus, the title of this entry won't make much sense, however I feel that these pictures can be enjoyed regardless of your loyalty to Slice of Fried Gold.

Enjoy Round 3!

"Tee-hee, I told my brother we were going to visit Elmo. He was sooooo excited. *snicker*"

Bradley isn't actually scared of Santa, he just really dislikes his sister.

David uses the tried and true "Slobber Escape" technique.

"I don't care WHAT my shirt says! This dude is NOT my homeboy!!"

"That's right, laugh with me Ella. Laugh about all the presents you're not going to get. . ."

Santa is trying a little too hard in this picture to prove his innocence.

Anyone else think this Santa looks like an old, washed-up Jimmy Kimmel?

You can't really blame Joni for freaking about about this monstrosity. Freaky!

"Mom, why are you laughing? Is it me? Is it because of my haircut? I feel so insecure!"

"Run away!" Kara screamed as she led the charge. "Save yourselves!"

Kendall hated the outdoors almost as much as he hated ol' Kris Kringle.

Lotus believed in Santa, just not a Santa that looked like the love child of Kenny Rogers and Elvis Presley.

"Take me yonder, mother! Away from this foul wretch seated behind me!"

Although Mary was frightened, she couldn't help but feel comfortable on this over-fluffed St. Nicholas.

"Hey Mister! You are RUINING my aerobics routine!"


"What do you mean he sees me when I'm sleeping????"

Sage just found out he made the naughty list.

Sally proves that, even in the olden days, Santa was terrifying to children.

"I told ya, I don't do laps, kid. Deal with it."


"These ARE my Jazz Hands, Santa! What more do you want??"

"Woe is me!" "No, bro, woe is ME!" "Hey, my woe is MUCH more than your woe, dude!" "Back off, punk, don't pretend like you know how I feel!" "I know how you'll be feeling my fist in your face later today. . ."

Walter was not happy with the new TSA pat-downs or the new uniforms.

"Good. . .heavens. . .they're EVERYWHERE!!"

Merry Christmas to all, and to all a good night. . .mare.

Monday, December 13, 2010

A Little Something to Remember Me By

This week has been completely crazy and I may not have access to the internet for a little while. So just in case I don't make it back in time for next week's post, I'd like to present you, faithful readers, with two songs that you won't be able to get out of your head. This will make it so you'll be humming at least one of these tunes and thinking of me for the next little while - even if I'm away.

Here's #1, which is pretty short, but adorably catchy:

And here's #2 which, I have to warn you, will EMBED itself into your cerebrum. You've been warned.

Like it or not, one of these two songs is gonna stick in your head for the rest of the week. You can thank me later.