Showing posts with label Frankie Muniz. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Frankie Muniz. Show all posts

Thursday, August 6, 2009

Sip it and Tip it: John Hughes Edition

By: T.R. Slyder,, AndyDisco on Twitter

Sad day. Big Loss. But, everytime baby Jesus closes a door, he opens up another. Now I have another chance to show this awesome picture taken by Keith Boadwee, entitled, "Molly Ringwald". I altered Keith's Original vision so that it is nudity-free. You have been warned. Scroll down for the picture before it is too late.

TR Slyder scholars may recall this photo was actually the answer to a question I posted about the 2008 Olympics. That was the first ever posting at Where Awesome Happens. I've come a long way, baby.

I'm T.R. Slyder, and that's how you Tangueray.

Friday, July 31, 2009

Finally the Photo All of You Have Been Pestering Me About

By: T.R. Slyder,, AndyDisco on Twitter

The subject of this portrait of dudeity might surprise you. The link takes you to a pic of a naked person. You are warned.

hint: It looks like this, only without Frankie Muniz's face over Joe DiMaggio's dingles.

I'm T.R. Slyder, and that's how you Tangueray.

Thursday, July 9, 2009

Brenden Fraser is BACK!!!!

By: T.R. Slyder,

I've said it before and I will say it again: The three biggest cinema stars in my lifetime are Frankie Muniz, Johnathon Brandis and Brenden Fraser.

Fraser is back in a new movie starring Brooke Shields called "Vengence". Here is a description of his juicy/meaty role:

Brendan Fraser is playing the lead in Roger Kumble's film, which centers on a real estate developer who gets more than he bargained for from a band of raccoons when he pushes too hard into more pristine territory. Shields will play Tami Sanders, the wife of Fraser's character.

I am sure there are some people out there with no eye for cinematic genius that think that this role sounds lame, befitting an actor of Fraser's status, but that's not the case. Its such a challenging role to make this character awesome, that the casting agent KNEW that there was only one man alive (not named Frankie Muniz) that could bring this humble character to, not only life, but to the Mount Olympus of historic characters in cinema. That man is Brendan Fraser.

Here he is acting like a scrotum on drugs in a setting where he does not belong.