Wednesday, August 15, 2012

The 7x7 Link Award

Okay, so even though I got this award exactly five months agoRuth decided to give this award to me anyway. Eh, whatever. Let's get on with it.

Tell everyone something that no one else knows about.
Umm...oh! Here's one: I may not show it as often as I should, but I always like stumbling across a new blog.

Link to one of my posts to that I personally think best fits the following categories:

  • Most Beautiful Piece
  • Most Helpful Piece
  • Most Popular Piece
  • Most Controversial Piece
  • Most Surprisingly Successful Piece
  • Most Underrated Piece
  • Most Pride-Worthy Piece
Let's see if anything changed in the last...five months.

Most Beautiful Piece Swiping a page from the previous post, I'm going with a post about physical beauty. (Oh, hormones are a bitch sometimes.)

Most Helpful Piece Still standing by all of the BOOK VS. MOVIE posts.

Most Popular Piece As of late, the 100 film facts about yours truly.

Most Controversial Piece Again, it's either this one about the Oscars or this one about Hollywood.

Most Surprisingly Successful Piece I'm going with my review of The Deep Blue Sea. (I wrote it when still not many people have seen it.)

Most Underrated Piece About a week ago, I wrote a gentle musing on Marilyn Monroe in commemoration of her death. Nothing flashy, just me wondering what would've happened had she lived past 36 years.

Most Pride-Worthy Piece Oh, that's easy. My classic re-casting of The Talented Mr. Ripley. That was really fun to do.

Pass this award onto seven other bloggers.
All right, shoo. Go annoy the other seven blogs.


  1. Goddamn it.


    Alright, let's do this then.

    1. Hey, man, I don't like doing these either, but suck it up. (Just be grateful it's easier than the last award you got from me.)

  2. I've already done this though haha.

  3. Now, that wasn't so hard was it? :) Btw, I like your musings on Monroe.

    1. I'm still pretty meh on these things as of late. And thank you.


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