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Clerks II - July 21, 2006

I know of no one who agrees with me that Jason Mewes is hot. This is a bad example and this is definately NOT hot. That's ok though. I remember the good, forget the bad. I make no excuses for my taste*.

For fans of Clerks, Chasing Amy, Dogma, Jay and Silent Bob, etc, check it out:

P.S. I've been working 'til 11 or midnight most nights so I'm pooped. I'll blog more. I promise. Was I missed though?

* Or lack thereof to some people


Okay, clearly I'll go see any Jay and Silent Bob movie (you know, assuming I ever get to go see a movie in a theatre again), and while I will give you that Jason looked good in this trailer, he's way to spazzy for my taste, both on screen and in real life.
Les Becker said…
Ackk! Another Jay & Silent Bob fan! No, that's a good thing! You made our day!

Of course, you're always missed...
Sarah said…
Jason off drugs = hot!
Jason on drugs = sad.

you were missed!
Trish said…
Oh yes, the boy looks SO much better off the dope. I've read/seen interviews with Kevin Smith and he says that Jason is very quiet and shy in real life, that he acts like that just for the movies.
JerseyTjej said…
I missed you and i LOveD Gogma! (Hail Mary, Full of grace!*
graymama said…
"Try not to suck any dick on the way to the parking lot!"

Who doesn't like CLERKS?!

Hopefully, this will be a good sequel like Empire was better than A New Hope.

If the Hot aspect of Jay is the long hair, I understand because I am married to a long hair.

Glad to see you back!
Queen of Spain said…
Of course.

And he's so not hot. You ARE insane.

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