This is what I've been working on like crazy for the past two nights. Because I'M COOL!
I wanted to do something a bit different, something I've never done before. So I decided this'd be pretty cool. I've had the idea for a long time. I just only got the time to do it. And now I want this as a t-shirt. If I get some of that paper and a black t-shirt, I'mma be stylin'. I also want the Discovery store's "Buster move" shirt, because that made me laugh so hard I nearly Buster-ed my gut. *is clever* *is also a loser*
This is basically what Mythbusters waters down to- funny facial hair, abuse of Buster and explosions out the wazoo.
So yeah, Mythbusters has taken over my brain. My parents aren't really complaining much because it's about science and does give you some interesting, informative... information. This is actually making me interested in science. For shiz. I actually asked for a book on physics for Christmas. Not a bad love right now.
Speaking of love, don't you just love Tory from that show? He's hilarious! Funny, and he's got nice hair. But he's like, old enough to be my dad... Ish. He's a bit younger than my dad. Younger than Ryan Stiles though, so I've gotten a bit better about my celebrity crushes! I actually realized how adorable Daniel Radcliffe is, too. Maybe it's my HP obsession, but he's also pretty cute.
In other news, I'm losing my hearing in my left ear. Everything's all fuzzy in my left ear, and there's pressure in that ear. Anyone know what that's about? Because I don't think it's going deaf or anything. I think it's some outside problem that's decided to be annoying. Water or wax or something, as weird as it sounds. So any solutions/suggestions?
Mythbusters and all related is the Discovery channel's property and yadda yadda. The idea and the Hyneman-mustache-fail is mine. That took me forever, as sad as it sounds, and it still looks terrible.
Special 10 "MythBusters Holiday Special" of December 2006, during the odd cooking methods with a turkey segment. After failing to cook a turkey with waves from a microwave radio (a local news-van mounted microwave dish) and radar (on the SS Jeremiah O'Brien docked in San Francisco, no less), Tory was so frustrated that he placed an explosive in the turkey and set a standard microwave on high. Cue explosion and myth busted.