[quote=“Sgt. Geoi Donowitz”]
Damnit Bio! I had a very very intricate dream about Bette Davis movies last night. You fucker! I don’t wanna waste my dreams on Bette Davis! I wanna have dreams about IB, and QT, and vikings, and hot dudes.
In this dream, I was at my Grandma’s with my daughter, and the whole Davis family was there. We went to an old cinema in the farm town my Grandparents lived in. For some reason, we had all the kids acting out a Bette Davis movie as it played on the screen, like they do with Rocky Horror. My daughter played Bette’s role and had a wardrobe malfunction. I was trying to fix her dress on the stage while the movie was playing, and everyone was booing. Then we went to a huge convenience store, and everybody was talking about Bette Davis, and there were Bette Davis videos on sale everywhere. Somehow, Bette Davis turned into Marilyn Monroe at that point, and all the movies were Marilyn Monroe movies, but she was called Bette Davis.
Right at the end of the dream, just before I woke up, you and I were in this smokey pool hall. You were wearing a fedora and lit my cigarette like a gentleman (a la Bogart), and I thought you were such a dork. Then I hit all the solid coloured balls in at once with my mind, and you said I cheated and stormed off. Then Bette Davis (actually Marilyn Monroe) came over to the table and asked for a light. I was all like, oooh, Joshua’s gonna be SOOO pissed when I tell him I met Bette Davis right after he left.
When I woke up, I was literally holding my hands out as if I was lighting her cigarette.
You’re an asshole, dude. Stop with all the Bette Davis stuff already.
DID I LIGHT THE CIGGY LIKE PAUL HENDRID DID ON NOW, VOYAGER?!
Rats! I’ve never had a girlfriend that smokes! I need to try that on a chick. What you do is you place both ciggys in your mouth, and then you light them both and and hand one over to your lover. Oh, that was a brilliant scene!
You know Bette’s father left her family when she was only 12 years old, he was cheating on his wife with a nurse. She had a very interesting upbringing.
Dark Victory is a great book on her you’ll love it!