Lazy Sunday after a night with CHUPACABRA! :-O
Posted by debaucherysoup
Guess where I am. 3 guesses. Okay, here’s a teeny tiny clue.
Lazy lazy day so far. Woke up at what I thought was 8:20 am. Which confused me as I usually don’t sleep in, no matter what time I go to sleep. I wished with vehemence that my dog was capable of making a pot of coffee. She was still busy snoring too – so there was no teaching a young dog a trick.
I gave up on the coffee fairy and took the plunge out of the warmth of my blankets. Clocks in the living room and kitchen said 7:20. What the heck? Either my time zone savvy alarm clock got confused or someone was messin’ with me.
I went to bed late last night too! I swear, I try to milk every last moment out of the weekends. I’ve described it in the past as a tired toddler refusing to go to bed. Even though they’re tired.
I told a friend, ‘hey! When we became ‘grown ups’ we were supposed to stay up as late as we wanted! Pffft. Too tired to stay up so late. No fair.
So I was watching the SyFy channel and got sucked into a stupid B movie that, since I’d invested some time watching, wasn’t about to STOP watching until I knew how it ended.
The cinematic masterpiece was Chupacabra vs the Alamo. Which doesn’t really make sense since … oh, *spoiler alert* the chupacabra wasn’t actually battling against The Alamo, they just happened to end the movie at that location.
Screen shot of the star of the movie.
Yes ladies and gentleman, that IS in fact the one, the only … Erik Estrada.
And now … brace yourself for a screen shot of THE ‘Chupacabra’.
Almost peed my pants laughing at that picture. Oh, it might not look threatening in that photo (like, not at ALL), but the CGI guys must have had their budget increased mid-way through and shocked us with shots like this:
Scary, scary! Then things got a little nostalgic … Aw. Wouldn’t have been complete without a couple few scenes of Ponch on a motorcycle. (Oh, and he was a cop. I love when actors stretch themselves in a role)
Enough bagging on a man who is still working. besides, no one made me watch it. Got to admit, I love low-budget films. SyFy channel rocks.
So, now I’m at the laundromat and in between writing this epic, poignant post – switched the laundry from the washers to the dryers. Ah yes, I can multi-task. From literary genius, to domestic goddess. Snort.
I was out of ‘lives’ in my Candy Crush game when I left the house, my son encouraged me out of my lazy stupor by pointing out that when I got here, I’d have lives. I retorted, ‘lets face it, if I’m headed to the laundromat and looking forward to playing Candy Crush whilst there … I don’t have a life” He agreed. LOL!
But I do. I have an important obligation to fill you in on the little things. Who else is going to tell you about an Erik Estrada movie they just watched? Hmmm? Who will?
About debaucherysoupI've traveled 4 continents, affording me experiences and adventures to last a lifetime. Most important was the exposure to other cultures, beliefs and lifestyles. I'm also mom to one of the most amazing human beings I know.
Posted on March 24, 2013, in Humor, Musings from the laundromat, Uncategorized and tagged bad movies, candy crush, Chupacabra, dog wont make coffee, Erik Estrada, guilty pleasures, humor, lazy sunday, low budget films, movies, no lives, staying up late, syfy channel. Bookmark the permalink. 8 Comments.