Do not adjust your monitor. I repeat, do not adjust. You are not seeing things, and there is no reason for a double take. I promised myself that 2018 was going to be the year that I tried more creative things, and I've been wanting to come back to outfit posts for a while. What better time to try and get some outfit photos taken then on date night?
Boy Wonder took me to Newport last week. We went to dinner at Dewey's Pizza. This was the first time I'd ever been to Deweys. The service was so-so, but the crust was delicious! He got an 11-inch pizza with buffalo chicken and Roasted Garlic, and I got a calzone: Salami, Buffalo Chicken, and Mushroom. It was so good, and it was like twice the size of Larosa's. I would definitely eat there again.
After dinner we headed to AMC, we had tickets for The HappyTime Murders. When I'd first found this film, there wasn't even a trailer, it had a single line stating that Puppets in LA were being murdered and that a Puppet detective was on the case. I was ready to go see this film based on that line alone.
Now I don't want to give anything away but it's rated R and it is literally the only R Dark Comedy that I've enjoyed, but even I wasn't ready for the amount of vulgarity that this film had to offer. This is definitely not something to see with your children, and don't see it with your parent's either. I was repeating Oh My God, and laughing through the entire film.
With that being said, I totally enjoyed it and would see it again, or purchase it for my collection. The puppets were amazing, and the story was pretty decent. My outfit pictures were taken in the parking garage before we headed to Walmart for some essentials, in which I came across Columbo Seasons 1 - 4, so of course, I bought it and now I'm super excited about having new DVDs' to watch.
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