Yesterday, I threw an extremely fun, curated event. The theme was “We’re Still Here” and I had 2 drink curated for it: Dope AF and P2P (Power to the People). Guests name badges read “Ask me about...” with answers ranging from “hot cheetos”, “star wars”, “trap music”, and mine “90s RnB”. Prizes were given out with the finale going to the person who could correctly name the cities mentioned in “California Love”. There was a tie and the tie breaker included naming as many women DMX mentioned in “What These B*tches Want”. THAT was a sight to see. Grand prize featured one of my favorite PBS shows and was a coloring book of Bob Ross. I know I have a gift for bringing cool and creative folks together. There will be more in 2018. Thanks to everyone who came out!#werestillhere #bobross #hisafrowasonpoint #popculturetrivia
Calling all pop culture/film #trivia
nerds! Join us on Nov. 14 for an action-packed trivia night hosted by Vancouver Quizmasters. There will be prizes, snacks and an impressive silent auction! Help us raise funds for our 2018 festival! 💸💸💸 More info at doxafestival.ca
Our Fattys Wednesday Night Trivia team "Fred Durst" just won ourselves $500 cash which is nice because that's about how much money I've spent on food at Wednesday Night Trivia. #fattys #popculturetrivia #fredurst
Did you know? In 1941's The Wolf Man starring Lon Chaney, Jr., all of the church scenes were filmed on the old set from The Hunchback of Notre Dame where Chaney's father had starred 18 years earlier.
How many versions of the Hunchback of Notre Dame have you seen? There have been at least 8 film versions (with more in development!) between 1923 and today.
Don't pretend we didn't all read them that fast.
Note to self: hunting horcruxes puts a lot of wear and tear on the optical wear.
That's a lot of deleted scenes - just imagine being that editor! 😳😲
That's like Tim Burton leaving Johnny Depp out of his movies *GASP*
I don't know about you, but that seems a little unfair to the other students. 😂