Couldn't Pay Me
I have this saying when I see a trailer for a movie and it looks so stupid I will say "you couldn't pay me to watch that piece of crap." Or even a TV show or reality program where I am positive I will not watch it, even at gunpoint, however, 9 out of 10 times I have been WRONG!!!!! Below are some movies and TV shows I was forced to watch (only because I was in the same room when H put them on, and found myself enjoying the hell out of them. And yes, H still ribs me about it:
Harold and Kumar go to White Castle (very rated R comedy, lots of swearing and dirty stuff, my kind of movie)
Super Troopers (which is now one of my favs)
The Deadliest Catch (I look away when they catch the crab, but I also got to know all the characters, their personalities, struggles with life and pain. It's like a man's soap opera)
Pawn Stars (they usually go into detail on old items and I end up learning something every time.
Back to the Future (1985 at the drive in)
The snake is notoriously tempting
But the snake is fair.
What is worse than not knowing?
To live or disappear?