Answer: I realize that you only asked for one, but I’m having a hard time narrowing it down. The first thing that comes to mind is the band “Saves the Day”, because they are super emo and the exact opposite of me. I’ve liked them since I was in grade school and it never really wore off. When you think of Timmy, I’m sure you’re not thinking of this song, but it’s actually one of my favorites. Next up would be Wes Anderson movies. I can watch anything he makes. Two of the best movies I’ve ever seen are “Fantastic Mr. Fox” and “Life Aquatic”. Most people know that about me though, so I suppose it’s not unexpected. I have 2 more left, one of which I don’t consider embarrassing and the other I feel super gay about even mentioning, but honesty is the key here. I LOVE the movie “Up in The Air”. I can watch it every single time it’s on TV. Why people consider this weird about me, I do not know. But they do. Every time I mention how great of a movie it is, I get a stare like I have a squid on my face or something. My own Dad questions it. I suppose some view it as a girly movie, but it’s really not. “Up in the Air” starts off like your typical artsy romantic movie, and the reality sets in and everything goes wrong, just like real life. It’s a total kick in the dick, soul crushingly depressing stuff. I love everything about it, and it made me fall for Anna Kendrick who falls only behind Ellen Page in terms of women I’d marry. We’ll be together soon. Finally, last but not least, and certainly something I’m not proud of….I can watch “500 Days of Summer” on repeat every day until I die. I’m not sure if that makes me gay or not, but I don’t care. I giggle like a little bitch every time Tom says “she literally took a crap on my face”. That movie perfectly captures how much everything fucking sucks. I’m not sure if it’s as harsh as “Up in the Air”, but I certainly feel more awkward watching it. “Up in The Air” is definitely a better movie, but I don’t feel the same level of shame watching it as I do with “500 Days of Summer”. Oh yeah, and I’ve NEVER seen it with a girl either. It’s not like some former girlfriend forced me to watch it and I came to enjoy it. I straight up downloaded that shit and keep it on standby. I’ve actually never admitted to watching it until yesterday at my friend’s house when I brought up writing this. In fact, if someone asked me about it I’d probably call it gay and act like I don’t even know what it was about. But it is a phenomenal movie, and I’m going to have to watch it again just because I typed this.
THIS is the most crushing scene of all time. It’s sped up for some reason, but the only other one on youtube cuts off before the end. No idea what the hell that’s about.
PS-And my favorite quote of all time comes from “Up in the Air”…..