There’s a part of me that’s afraid I would like Burning Man so much I would have to go every year until I die, which is why I still haven’t gone. There’s another part of me that is afraid I would hate it and the be stuck out there for five more days.
My friends Maxx and Piper got married this weekend and hired a lovely band to play songs during the ceremony and the reception. The first song they played was from Robin Hood, here’s a bit of it.
Now, a few days later, I can’t stop thinking about Robin Hood so I ended up watching it tonight. This was one of my favorite movies as a kid, not sure exactly why. Maybe it was because I was in love with the idea of someone doing something good like giving to the poor (I ignoredÂ the fact that he was stealing from the rich, which, as an adult, I am very torn about.) or maybe it was the music.
But now, I give you, myÂ top 10 lines from Robin Hood:
“Are you ready, Lady Kluck?” “Oh, as your lady in waiting, I’m waiting!” KluckyÂ is the best.
When Little John dresses like aÂ dandy at the archery tourney and says “I am Sir Reginald, Duke of Chutney.”
“Move it Creepy, get lost! Be gone Long One.” As an adult, I find this hilarious but as a kid I was like “That’s mean!”
“Please, I don’t drink.” says Sir Hiss as he is encased in a barrel of wine during the archery tournament.
“Release the royal fingers.”
“Not so hard, you mean thing!” This was the rudest insult they could get away with in a kids movie.
The whole phony King of England song.
“Lucky for us, King Richard returned and well, he just straightened everything out.”Â How convenient, Disney.
Also,Â this movie is very confusing because a lot of the characters have American accents, even regional American accents but the movie (and the story of Robin Hood) is obviously set in England. There are even pound signs instead of dollar signs on Robin’s wanted posters.